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Cement Additives for Permeation Grouting - References



Aitcin, P.-C., Ballivy, and G., Parizeau, R. (1984) “The Use of Condensed Silica Fume in Grouts.” American Concrete Institution, 8, 1-18.

Akbulut, S. and Saglamer, A. (2003) “The Effects of Silica Fume in Cement Grouting.” Ground Improvement Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 37-44.

Ali, L. and Woods, R. (2009) “Creating Artificially Cemented Sand Specimen with Foamed Grout.” Retaining walls, and Foundations, ASCE, Hunan, China, pp. 95-100.

Ali, L. (1992) “Dynamic Behavior of Soils Partially Grouted by Foaming Process.” Summary.

Barnes, A.R. (2009) “Foamed Concrete: Application and Specification.” Excellence in Concrete Construction through Innovation. The Concrete Society, Camberley, UK. pp. 3-9.

Bruce, D. (2005) “Glossary of Grouting Terminology.” J. Geotech. Geoenviron. Engr., 131(12), pp. 1534-1542.

“Cellular Concrete.” (2014)

Gause, C. and Bruce, D. A. “Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 2 - Case Histories.”

Henn, R. (2003) “AUA Guidelines for Backfilling and Contact Grouting of Tunnels and Shafts.” Chapter 6 Grout Properties, Chapter 7 Backfilling, pp. 75-87, 122-124.

Jefferis, S. and Wilson, S. (2012) “Mine Paste Backfill - The Use of Grouts at Massive Scale.” Grouting and Deep Mixing 2012, pp. 1879-1888.

Kaeck, W., Rhyner, F., Lacy, H., and Quasarano, M. (2009) “Grouting of Deep Foundations at the Thames River Bridge.” Contemporary Topics in Ground MOdification, Problem Soils, and Geo-Support, 249-256.

McGillivray, R., Williams, W., and Broadrick, R. (2012) “Development of a Response Plan and Grout System For Remediation of Sinkholes.” Grouting and Deep Mixing, ASCE, New Orleans, LA, pp. 1626-1633.

Midwest Mole. “Cellular Grouting.”

Mirza, J. Saleh, K. Roy V. and Mirza, M. S. (1999) “ Use of HIgh Volume Fly Ash in Grouting Applications.” American Concrete Institution, 172, 281-298.

Norchem, (2013) “Applications.” Norchem Inc.,

Portland Cement Association. “Green in Practice 107 - Supplementary Cementitious Materials.” Technical Brief.

Ryan, C., Day, S., and McLeod, D. (2003) “Long-Distance Grouting, Materials and Methods.” Grouting and Ground Treatment, pp. 1640-1651.

University of Kentucky. (2014) “Fly Ash.” What are Coal Combustion By-Products (CCBs)?

Vickars, R. and Clemence, S. (2000) “Performance of Helical Piles with Grouted Shafts.” New Technology and Design Development in Deep Foundations, pp. 327-341.

Vipulanandan, C. and Kumar, M. (2000) “Properties of Fly Ash-Cement Cellular Grouts for Sliplining and Backfill Applications.” Advances in Grouting and Ground Modification: pp. 200-214

 Weaver, K. and Bruce, D. (2007) “Grouting Materials.” Dam Foundation Grouting: Revised Edition, pp. 104-108.




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