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Get the latest information on Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM), including new design procedures, current research, unique project applications, and innovative installation techniques. Also known as flowable fill, CLSM is used in place of compacted backfill or unsuitable native soil with the most common uses as pipe embedment and backfill. It continues to gain acceptance in the construction industry and helps create higher quality products.
Eleven peer-reviewed papers highlight the innovations in technology, test methods and material science that have occurred during the evolution of CLSM. Sections include:
Innovative Ingredientsexplores the use of non-traditional ingredients in CLSM and determines their suitability or limitations.
Engineering Property Analysiscovers the engineering properties for certain applications of CLSM and includes papers that utilize existing ASTM test methods as well as explored new methods to measure parameters, such as excavatibility.
Pipeline Applicationsaddresses some of the issues related to pipeline design since one of the most common uses for CLSM is pipe backfill.
As an added bonus you get five current ASTM standards on CLSM developed by Committee D18 on Soil and Rock.
This new publication is a valuable resource for engineers (civil, geotechnical, structural, and transportation); contractors; salesmen, technical service managers, and quality control managers for the ready-mix, admixture, cement, and fly ash industries; FHA and EPA field engineers; and university professors.
Flowable Fill Using Flue Gas Desulfurization Material
Butalia T., Lee J., Wolfe W., Zand B.
Beneficial Reuse of Foundry Sands in Controlled Low Strength Material
Benson C., Dingrando J., Edil T.
Properties of Controlled Low-Strength Materials Made with Wood Fly Ash
Chun Y., Kraus R., Naik T., Siddique R.
Use of Botswana Fly Ash as Flowable Fill
Sahu B., Swarnadhipati K.
Case History: Stabilization Of The Sugar Creek Limestone Mine Using Dry Scrubber Ash
Mings M., Moberly R., Voss L.
Rapid Set, High-Early Strength, Non-Excavatable Flowable Fill
Clouse L., Crouch L., Dotson V., Egan B., Hall S.
Methods for Field and Laboratory Measurement of Flowability and Setting Time of Controlled Low-Strength Materials
Brown T., Gassman S., Pierce C., Tripathi H.
Long Term Study of 23 Excavatable Tennessee Flowable Fill Mixtures
Badoe D., Crouch L., Dotson V., Dunn T., Maxwell R., Sparkman A.
Thermally Insulating Foundations and Ground Slabs Using Highly-Foamed Concrete
Giannakou A., Jones M.
Freeze-Thaw Effects and Gas Permeability of Utility Line Backfill
Drefus R., Farrag K., Hooper F., Marr W.