The development of bottom ash as an aggregate in concrete work
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This research presents a study of the compressive strength, chloride penetration and resistance to corrosion of concrete containing bottom ash. Fine and coarse aggregate is partially replaced with bottom ash 25, 50, 75 and 100% by weight of the aggregate. The results show that the compressive strength and low chloride penetration of concrete improves substantially with partial replacement of aggregate with bottom ash. Concrete mix cement containing 25 and 50% of bottom ash can be used to make coarse aggregate. In addition, Concrete mix cement containing 100% of bottom ash can be used to make fine aggregate. The use of bottom ash produces concrete mix with good compressive strength and resistance to chloride and corrosion.
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