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References Aitcin, P.-C., Ballivy, and G., Parizeau, R. (1984) “The Use of Condensed Silica Fume in Grouts.” American Concrete Institution, 8, 118.
Akbulut, S. and Saglamer, A. (2003) “The Effects of Silica Fume in Cement Grouting.” Ground Improvement Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 3744. 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. http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/detail/hkul/2986273 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) http://betibiza26.tumblr.com/post/75309065230/cellular-concrete Gause, C. and Bruce, D. A. “Control of Fluid Properties of Particulate Grouts: Part 2 - Case Histories.” http://www.geosystemsbruce.com/v20/biblio/129%20Control%20of%20Fluid%20Properties%20-%20Part%202.pdf
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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.
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Midwest Mole. “Cellular Grouting.” http://www.midwestmole.com/cellular-grouting.php 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. User Name
Norchem, (2013) “Applications.” Norchem Inc., http://www.norchem.com/applications-repair-products-mortars-grouts.html Portland Cement Association. “Green in Practice 107 - Supplementary Cementitious Materials.” Technical Brief. http://www.concretethinker.com/technicalbrief/Supplementary-Cementitious-Materials.aspx
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University of Kentucky. (2014) “Fly Ash.” What are Coal Combustion By-Products (CCBs)? http://www.caer.uky.edu/kyasheducation/flyash.shtml
Vickars, R. and Clemence, S. (2000) “Performance of Helical Piles with Grouted Shafts.” New Technology and Design Development in Deep Foundations, pp. 327-341.
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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. Click below to read the manual
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