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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 11)
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Experimental Study on Volume for Fly Ash of Building Block

Ling Wang, He Sun, Zhihui Sun and Enqing Ma
Corresponding Author:  Ling Wang 

Key words:  Building block, experiment, flies ash, inspection waste, , ,
Vol. 5 , (11): 3243-3248
Submitted Accepted Published
November 24, 2012 December 15, 2012 April 05, 2013

Fly ash is a waste substance from thermal power plants, steel mills, etc. That is found in abundance in the world. It has polluted the environment, wasting the cultivated land. This study introduces an experimental research on fly ash being reused effectively, the study introduces raw materials of fly ash brick, production process and product inspection, fly ash content could be amounted to 40%~75%. High doping fly ash bricks are manufactured, which selects wet fly ash from the power plants, adding aggregate with reasonable ratio and additives with reasonable dosage and do the experimental research on manufacture products for properties, production technology and selection about technology parameter of production equipment. Index of strength grade and freezing-thawing resisting etc and the high doping fly ash brick building which we are working on can achieve the national standard on building materials industry. Based on the tests, this achievement of research has a very wide practical prospect in using fly ash, industrial waste residue, environmental protection and reducing the cost of enterprises. The efficient reuse of fly ash from coal boiler and power plants has very vital significance of protecting the environment, benefiting descendants and developing of circular economy.
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Ling Wang, He Sun, Zhihui Sun and Enqing Ma, 2013. Experimental Study on Volume for Fly Ash of Building Block.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(11): 3243-3248.
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