The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 14 > Investigations of the Engineering Properties of OPC/Pulverised-Fuel Ash Concrete: Deformation Proper
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Investigations of the Engineering Properties of OPC/Pulverised-Fuel Ash Concrete: Deformation Properties

The effects are investigated of the inclusion of pulverised-fuel ash on the elastic modulus and strains up to and beyond maximum stress, creep, creep recovery and post-creep-recovery strength and elastic modulus, drying shrinkage, and thermal expansion, using a wide variety of ashes in a range of concrete mixes designed for the same workability and 28-day strength as a series of control OPC concretes. R.K. Dhir, J.G.L. Munday and L.T. Ong