Fly ash in concrete – new challenges

Fly ash has been used for concrete production for over 50 years. During this period, research and practical experience have shown and confirmed that the targeted addition of fly ash makes it possible to produce concrete cost-efficiently whilst ensuring high performance, good workability and enhanced durability. As a concrete additive, fly ash also significantly contributes to sustainability. The process of energy transition has brought about new challenges with respect to using fly ash as a concrete additive. This situation has led to more effective use of the material and revisions of...

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