Performance of recycled aggregate containing POFA as additives for cement

Adnan, Suraya Hani and Wan Ibrahim, Mohd Haziman and Jamaluddin, Norwati and Zakaria, Nurul Hazarine (2015) Performance of recycled aggregate containing POFA as additives for cement. In: AWAM International Conference on Civil Engineering 2015 (eco-AICCE 2015), 9-11 September 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Malaysia has been the largest producer and exporter of palm oil in the world, accounting for 52% of the total world oil in year 2006. The waste disposal problem from palm oil industry was increasing. In addition, the government also facing the problems when forced to allocate more landfill for the disposal of concrete waste. Nowadays, the by-product the palm oil mill has becoming potentially to be utilized as construction material in term as additives for cement. This paper discussed the water absorption and compressive strength of Recycled Aggregate Concrete (RAC) containing Palm Oil Fuel Ash (POFA). There are twelve (12) series of concrete mix containing POFA and recycled aggregate (RA) were used as additives for cement that have been indicated as POFA-0%, POFA-10%, POFA- 20%, POFA-30% and RA-0%, RA-50% and RA-100%. The slump test was conducted to determine the performance of fresh concrete. The hardened concrete have been tested its compressive strength and water absorption of POFAconcretes at 7 and 28 days of water curing ages. The results revealed that POFArecycled aggregate concrete has lower water absorption and higher compressive strength compared to recycled aggregate concrete without POFA. The optimum additional of POFA was 30% for concrete made with 100% Natural Aggregate (NA) produced higher compressive strength and lower water absorption.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:recycled aggregate concrete; palm oil fuel ash; compressive strength; water absorption
Subjects:T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) > TA401-492 Materials of engineering and construction. Mechanics of materials
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering Technology > Department of Civil Engineering Technology
ID Code:7276
Deposited By:Normajihan Abd. Rahman
Deposited On:25 Oct 2015 15:18
Last Modified:25 Oct 2015 15:18

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