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    The Design and Application of Controlled Low-Strength Materials (Flowable Fill)

    Howard A, Hitch J
    Published: 1998

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    Features the most current research on design procedures and flowable fill applications, as well as five ASTM standards on CLSM. 26 peer-reviewed papers cover a wide range of new developments in the field, including:

    Ingredients -- Fly ash and aggregates including recycled glass are explored in four papers.

    Properties of CLSM -- Five papers examine a wide range of properties, including bearing strength, diggability, compressibility and long term strength gain.

    Test Methods, Standards, and Specifications -- Innovative testing techniques as well as a history of CLSM testing and new industry standards are featured in four papers.

    Case Histories -- Numerous new uses for flowable fill, such as use in substandard bridge replacement, tilt-up construction, and use as backfill in sequential excavations are some of the applications presented in eight papers.

    Pipeline Applications -- Five papers deal with specific uses for CLSM on varying types of pipeline construction and installations.

    Table of Contents

    Test Methods for Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM): Past, Present, and Future

    Comparison of Dry Scrubber and Class C Fly Ash in Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM) Applications

    Design and Testing Controlled Low-Strength Materials (CLSM) Using Clean Coal Ash

    Use of High-Fines Limestone Screenings as Aggregate for Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM)

    Utilization of Recycled Glass as Aggregate in Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM)

    Development of Engineering Properties for Regular and Quick-Set Flowable Fill

    Engineering Properties of Air-Modified Controlled Low-Strength Material

    Long Term Strength Gain of Controlled Low-Strength Materials

    Admixture Enhanced Controlled Low-Strength Material for Direct Underwater Injection With Minimal Cross-Contamination

    Corrosion Activity of Steel in Cementitious Controlled Low-Strength Materials vs. That in Soil

    Innovative uses of Controlled Low Strength Material (CLSM) in Colorado

    Fly-Ash-Based Controlled Low-Strength Material (CLSM) Used for Critical Microtunneling Applications

    Construction of CLSM Approach Embankment to Minimize the Bump at the End of the Bridge

    Filling Abandoned Mines with Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash Grout

    Developing Controlled Low-Strength Materials to Meet Industry and Construction Needs

    Flowable Fill Backfill for Use in Sequential Excavations in Contaminated Soil

    Use of Controlled Density Fill to Fill Underslab Void

    Properties of Low-Strength Concrete for Meeks Cabin Dam Modification Project, Wyoming

    Ten-Year Performance Record of Non-Shrink Slurry Backfill

    Field Test of Buried Pipe with CLSM Backfill

    Flowable Fill Promotes Trench Safety and Supports Drainage Pipe Buried 60 ft (18.3 M) Under New Runway

    Bedding Factors and E' Values for Buried Pipe Installations Backfilled with Air-Modified CLSM

    Frost Penetration in Flowable Fill Used in Pipe Trench Backfill

    Proposed Standard Practice for Installing Buried Pipe Using Flowable Fill

    Specifications and Use of Controlled Low-Strength Material by State Transportation Agencies

    Heat of Neutralization Test to Determine Cement Content of Soil-Cement or Roller-Compacted Concrete

    Appendix: CLSM Standards

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D18

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1331-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5383-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2477-6