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CONCRETE LIBRARY OF JSCE NO.36, DECEMBER 2000

 

RECOMMENDATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CONCRETE

CONTAINING FLY ASH AS A MINERAL ADMIXTURE

 

(Translation from the CONCRETE LIBRARY No.94 published by JSCE, April 1999)

 

JSCE Research Committee on Fly Ash for Use in Concrete

 

Chairman of the Committee

Shigeyoshi NAGATAKI

Secretary of the Committee

Yukikazu TSUJI

 

Members of the Committee

Yoshinori IGASE

Toshiya KANOU

Tatsuhiko SAEKI

Yokito SUGIMURA

Touru TAKEUTI

Tsutomu FUKUTE

Toshiaki MIZOBUTI

Hiroyuki OHGA

Hirotaka KAWANO

Etsuo SAKAI

Kazuo SUZUKI

Isao NAGAYAMA

Tsuyoshi MARUYA

Yoshiki MURATA

Kazumasa OZAWA

Tatsuo KITA

Yoshihide SIMOYAMA

Makoto TAKADA

Makoto HISADA

Norihiko MIURA

 

 

Co-operating Member

Kazuo WATANABE

 

Members from Sponsoring Organization

Takashi ARAKAWA

Tadashi SUGI

Masashi NAKAI

Takeshi YAMAMOTO

Kunio OHTAKE

Morio TAKAHASHI

Toshimitsu HIRANO

 

Tsutomu KANAZU

Sigeru TSUTIDA

Kazuki MASUDA

 

 

SYNOPSIS

 

In recent years, much progress has been made in applying technologies of fly ash to concrete, and new higher levels of performance have been required. It was under such circumstances that in 1995 the Committee on Concrete of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers was requested by the Japan Association of Fly Ash to stipulating the Recommendation for Construction of Concrete Containing Fly Ash as a Mineral Admixture.

 

The Committee on Concrete, on accepting the request, established a Research Committee on Fly Ash for Use in Concrete in April 1995 and commenced investigations and studies in relation to this subject.

 

The Research Committee carried out various tests and studies to ascertain the practical natures of these concrete containing various types of Fly Ash as a mineral admixture, and using the results, stipulated gRecommendation for Construction of Concrete Containing Fly Ash as a Mineral Admixtureh and the Committee on Concrete, upon carrying out deliberations, approved the Recommendation.