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Dr. Taha Awad Allah El-Sayed Ibrahim :: Publications:

Title:
USING THE RAW MATERIAL OF POTTERY’S POWDER AS A WASTE MATERIAL TO IMPROVE THE BEHAVIOR OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE COLUMNS EXPOSED TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURE
Authors: R. M. ABD EL-NABY, T. A. EL-SAYED, SH. A. MOSTAFA
Year: 2015
Keywords: High Strength Concrete Column (HSCC), Silica Fume (S), Anti-fire coating, Temperature development, Techniques of cooling, Raw Material of Pottery Powder (RMPP).
Journal: Jokull Journal
Volume: 65
Issue: 9
Pages: pp. 133-149
Publisher: Not Available
Local/International: International
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Full paper TAHA AWAD ALLAH EL-SAYED IBRAHIM_USING THE RAW MATERIAL OF POTTERY’S POWDER AS A WASTE MATERIAL TO IMPROVE THE BEHAVIOR OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE COLUMNS EXPOSED TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURE.pdf
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Abstract:

This paper discusses the effect of using the raw material of pottery’S powder (RMPP) on behaviour of high strength concrete columns (HSCC) exposed to axial compression and elevated temperature (600°C) simultaneously. The technique was verified by testing (15) high strength concrete columns of different (RMPP) ratios. The tested columns comprised loaded and unloaded simply supported columns, anti-fire coated columns, and columns cooled by different methods. The technique was effective and succeeded to distinguish among the different HSCC. Using the raw material of potteries as concrete filler enhanced the concrete fire resistance. The results also indicated that testing HSCC exposed to elevated temperature while subjecting them to axial compression provided better understanding to the structural behaviour of the axially loaded columns. The anti-fire coating with RMPP improves the fire resistance of HSCC. The results emphasised on the influence of cooling method on the behaviour of the axially loaded columns.

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