Optimization of Silica Fume and Slag in Roller Compacted Concrete by Taguchi Method
Optimization of Silica Fume and Slag in Roller Compacted Concrete by Taguchi Method

Ziyad M. Abed; Hisham K. Ahmed; Wasan I. Khalil

Volume 41, Issue 5 , May 2023, , Page 724-733

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.2023.138600.1411

Abstract
  Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement (RCCP) is one type of concrete poured and compacted with the same machines utilized to construct heavy-duty pavements, log sorting, and parking. In ...  Read More ...
Effect of Starch Powder on Behavior of Silica Fume Biopolymer Concrete
Effect of Starch Powder on Behavior of Silica Fume Biopolymer Concrete

Samir M. Atia; Waleed A. Abbas

Volume 39, Issue 12 , December 2021, , Page 1797-1805

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.v39i12.2103

Abstract
  The great economic development and the growth of modern means of construction have led to the spread of large quantities of chemical admixtures that we must be cautious of. As the world ...  Read More ...
Mitigation of the Factors Affecting the Autogenous Shrinkage of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Mitigation of the Factors Affecting the Autogenous Shrinkage of Ultra-High Performance Concrete

Adil M. Jabbar; Mohammed J. Hamood; Dhiyaa H. Mohammed

Volume 39, Issue 12 , December 2021, , Page 1860-1868

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.v39i12.2155

Abstract
  Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) is a new generation of concrete characterized by its high strength, high durability, and high stiffness. Autogenously shrinkage represents one ...  Read More ...
Performance of Self-Compacting Concrete Containing Pozzolanic Materials in Aggressive Environment
Performance of Self-Compacting Concrete Containing Pozzolanic Materials in Aggressive Environment

L.A. Zghair; Q.J. Frayyeh; M.M. Salman

Volume 35, Issue 5 , May 2017, , Page 439-444

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.35.5A.2

Abstract
  The aims of this study is to investigate the resistance of different SCC mixtures to aggressive solutions. The investigation included the type of the cementitious materials (silica ...  Read More ...
Sand Column Stabilized by Silica Fume Embedded in Soft Soil
Sand Column Stabilized by Silica Fume Embedded in Soft Soil

Hussein H. Karim; Zeena W. Samueel; Mohammed S. Mohammed

Volume 34, 6A , June 2016, , Page 1047-1057

Abstract
  This research aims to study the behavior of the sand columns stabilized with silica fume (as an additive with different percentages) and driven in soft soil bed with undrained shear ...  Read More ...
Mechanical Properties of High Strength Concrete Containing Different Cementitious Materials
Mechanical Properties of High Strength Concrete Containing Different Cementitious Materials

Hisham K. Ahmed; Oday A. Abd

Volume 34, 1A , January 2016, , Page 96-110

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.34.1A.9

Abstract
  High strength concrete hasstrength significantly beyond what is used in normal practice. According to American Concrete Institute (ACI), high strength concrete revised the definition ...  Read More ...
Combined Effect of Silica Fume and Steel Fiber on Modulus of Elasticity of High Performance Concrete
Combined Effect of Silica Fume and Steel Fiber on Modulus of Elasticity of High Performance Concrete

Muntadher J. Taher; Maan S. Hassan; Zeyad M. Al-azawi

Volume 33, A4 , May 2015, , Page 868-876

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.33.4A.10

Abstract
  Concrete elastic modulus is a basic property required for the appropriatepredicting of its basic behavior and for its correct implementation in a variety ofconstructional and engineering ...  Read More ...
Geotechnical Properties of Expansive Soil Treated With Silica Fume
Geotechnical Properties of Expansive Soil Treated With Silica Fume

Zeena Waleed S. Abbawi

Volume 31, Issue 17 , October 2013, , Page 3358-3370

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.17A.12

Abstract
  Problematic soils such as expansive soil are those clay soils which exhibited significant volume changes as results of soil moisture variation, when a dry mass of clay is allowed to ...  Read More ...
Mechanical Properties of Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) with Various Steel Fiber and Silica Fume Contents
Mechanical Properties of Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) with Various Steel Fiber and Silica Fume Contents

Lubna S. Danha; Wasan Ismail Khalil; Hisham M. Al-Hassani

Volume 31, Issue 16 , September 2013, , Page 3090-3108

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.16A.8

Abstract
  An experimental work was carried out to investigate some mechanical properties of Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) which are particularly required as input data for structural design. ...  Read More ...
High Performance of Silica Fume Mortars for Ferrocement Applications
High Performance of Silica Fume Mortars for Ferrocement Applications

M. A. Mashrei; Gh. M. Kamil; H. M. Oleiwi

Volume 31, Issue 13 , August 2013, , Page 2477-2488

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.13A.6

Abstract
  The current study deals with obtaining the high performance mortars to use in the applications of ferrocement. The main problem that has greatly affected the performance of mortar is ...  Read More ...
Effect of External Sulfate Attack on Self Compacted Concrete
Effect of External Sulfate Attack on Self Compacted Concrete

Zena K. Abbas Al-Anbori

Volume 31, A 6 , June 2013, , Page 1092-1106

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.6A6

Abstract
  Self-compacting concrete (SCC) is an innovative concrete that does not require vibration for placing and compaction. It is able to flow under its own weight, completely filling formwork ...  Read More ...
Studying some of the Geotechnical Properties of Stabilized Iraqi Clayey Soils
Studying some of the Geotechnical Properties of Stabilized Iraqi Clayey Soils

Ishraq Khudhair Abass

Volume 31, A 6 , June 2013, , Page 1117-1130

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.6A8

Abstract
  In many road construction projects, if weak soils exist, stabilization and improvement of their properties is necessary. The stabilization process aims at increasing the soil strength ...  Read More ...
Mechanical Properties of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Mechanical Properties of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Wasan Ismail Khalil; Ikbal Naeem Gorgis; Zeinab Raad Mahdi

Volume 31, 7A , June 2013, , Page 1365-1387

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.7A10

Abstract
  An experimental work was carried out to produce high performance concrete (HPC) using superplasticizer and silica fume reinforced with fiber. The variables studied were fibers type ...  Read More ...
Improving the Compatibility between Polymer-, Pozzolanic Cement-Based Repairing Materials and Concrete Substrate
Improving the Compatibility between Polymer-, Pozzolanic Cement-Based Repairing Materials and Concrete Substrate

Qais J. Frayyeh; Maan S. Hassan; Tahseen D. Saadoon

Volume 31, 4A , April 2013, , Page 661-676

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.31.4A.5

Abstract
  In this study, the compatibility of five different cement based repair materials and substrate concrete was investigated in three stages. First stage includes studying the individual ...  Read More ...
Experimental Investigation of Shear- Critical Reactive Powder Concrete Beams without Web Reinforcement
Experimental Investigation of Shear- Critical Reactive Powder Concrete Beams without Web Reinforcement

Kaiss F. Sarsam; Ihsan A.S. Al-Shaarbaf; Maha M. S. Ridha

Volume 30, Issue 17 , October 2012, , Page 2999-3022

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.30.17.5

Abstract
  جرت عملیة استقصاء عملی على سلوک عتبات خرسانیة عالیة المقاومة مصنوعة من المساحیق الفعالة. خمسة عشرة ...  Read More ...
Mechanical Properties of Polymer-, Pozzolanic Cement- Based Repairing Materials
Mechanical Properties of Polymer-, Pozzolanic Cement- Based Repairing Materials

Qais J. Frayyeh; Maan S. Hassan; Tahseen D. Saadoon

Volume 30, Issue 7 , April 2012, , Page 1211-1221

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.30.7.9

Abstract
  In this study, the mechanical properties of five different cement based repairing materials were evaluated. These materials were classified into two groups: laboratory made materials ...  Read More ...
The Effect of Addition of Carbon Fibers on Some Properties of Self Compacting Concrete
The Effect of Addition of Carbon Fibers on Some Properties of Self Compacting Concrete
Volume 29, Issue 14 , October 2011, , Page 576-596

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.29.14.19

Abstract
  To Study the possibility of producing self compacting concrete (SCC), 10% by weight of cement of metakaoline and silica fume were used and carbon fiber with two volume fraction (0.1%, ...  Read More ...
Mechanical Properties of High Performance Carbon Fiber Concrete
Mechanical Properties of High Performance Carbon Fiber Concrete

Wasan I. Khalil; Akar Abdulrazaq

Volume 29, Issue 5 , March 2011, , Page 906-924

https://doi.org/10.30684/ etj.29.5.7

Abstract
  In this research mechanical properties of high performance carbon fiber concrete are studied. The experimental work includes, producing high performance concrete using superplasticizer ...  Read More ...
Predicting Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete by Using Non-destructive Tests
Predicting Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete by Using Non-destructive Tests

Sura F. Al-Khafaji; Waleed A. Al-Qaisi; Shakir A. Al-Mishhadani

Volume 27, Issue 3 , February 2009, , Page 425-444

https://doi.org/10.30684/etj.27.3.3

Abstract
  In this study, high performance concrete mixes were produced by using highrange water reducing agent and also by using 10% silica fume or 10% highreactivity metakaolin as a partial ...  Read More ...