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    • 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 ...
    • Study of light-weight precast concrete wall panel product with aerated foam injection technique as core wall 

      ปราโมทย์ วีรานุกูล; ผกามาศ ชูสิทธิ์; กิตติพันธ์ บุญโตสิตระกูล; กิตติพงษ์ สุวีโร (2017-10-18)
      The objectives of this research are to study the production, to find the proper ratio, to test the physical, mechanical properties, and thermal conductivity, to suggest the implementation, and to transfer the technology ...
    • Using container foam waste to produce light-weight precast concrete wall panel 

      Boontositrakul, Kittiphan; Wirawanukul, Pramote; Choosit, Pakamas; Suviro, Kittipong (2017-10-19)
      The objectives of this research are to study the production, to find the proper ratio, to test the physical, mechanical properties, and thermal conductivity, to suggest the implementation, and to transfer the technology ...
    • Utilization of sludge from power plant as cement substitution 

      ทิพยศักดิ์, กรองแก้ว; บุญรอด, ชนกนันท์; ทิวาพัฒน์, สุนิสา; อัศวานันท์, อารดา (2015-06-09)
      The feasibility of wastewater treatment sludge from the power plant was studied as cement substituted material. The sludge were used as the air dried sample and the oven dried sludge at 300o C. Their properties, then the ...