Re-using The By-product of Cement Industry (Cement Kiln Dust) To Produce The Concrete
Anbar Journal of Engineering Sciences,
2010, Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 1-14
AbstractThe presented work investigates the effect of addition admixture (cement kiln dust) to concrete as a partial replacement of cement weight. Cement kiln dust was added by (10,30,50)% of cement weight.Four mixes were selected, three of them contain cement kiln dust (CKD) and one reference mix without any admixture for ages (7,28,90) days. Compressive strength ,flexural strength, ultra-sound velocity (UPV), slump, splitting tensile strength and static modulus of elasticity were tested.The test results indicated that the use of (CKD) led to significant decreasing in concrete strength in general and this decreasing increases with the increasing of (CKD), for example at 28 day the compressive strength of reference concrete (A) was 35 MPa, while the compressive strength of (B,C,D) contain (10,30,50)%CKD were (28,25,22) MPa respectively.
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