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    • Effect of binders on shrinkage cracking behavior of concrete 

      คงสุข, มนตรี; เหมะวิบูลย์, สรัณกร; ทองอรุณศรี, สนธยา; ตั้งเติมสิริกุล, สมนึก (2015-05-20)
      This research was aimed to study the effect of binders on cracking behavior of high strength concrete under restrained shrinkage condition. The cracking behaviors of concrete that study were cracking age in uniaxially ...
    • Effect of rice husk ash blended with fly Ash on mechanical properties of concrete 

      ดำรงศีล, สาโรจน์ (2015-06-11)
      This research aimed to investigate the effect of rice husk ash blended with fly ash on mechanical properties of concrete including compressive and flexural strengths. The studied parameter was the replacement percentages ...
    • The innovation of cellular lightweight concrete with waste materials 

      Rukzon, Sumrerng; Phupha, Vallop; Chindaprasirt, Prinya (2015-10-15)
      This research presents a study of the compressive strength, tensile strength, flexural strength and water absorption of Cellular Lightweight Concrete containing fine fly ash and ground bagasse ash. Portland cement (CT) is ...
    • Pore Structure Changes of Blended Cement Pastes Containing Fly Ash, Rice Husk Ash, and Palm Oil Fuel Ash Caused by Carbonation 

      Chindaprasirt, Prinya; Rukzon, Sumrerng (JOURNAL OF MATERIALS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, 2009)
      In this paper, the effects of carbonation on pore structure of blended pozzolan cement pastes were investigated. Ordinary Portland cement _OPC_ was partially replaced with ground palm oil fuel ash _POA_, ground rice husk ...
    • Research on green plastering materials 

      Rukzon, Sumrerng; ngoenphrom, Niroj; Nicomrat, Duongruitai (2012-08-30)
      This research studies the potential for using waste ash from industrial and agricultural by-products as a plastering material. This paper presents a study of the water requirement, compressive strength, flexural strength, ...
    • Use of disposed waste ash from landfills to replace Portland cement 

      Rukzon, Sumrerng (Waste Management & Research, 2009-09-01)
      In this study, waste ash was utilized as a pozzolanic material in blended Portland cement in order to reduce negative environmental effects and landfill volume required to dispose of waste ash. The influence of waste ash, ...