Effect of fly ash on durability of Portland cement concrete.

Hür, Metin


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In the field of construction materials and particularly in concrete, cement is considered as a key element since it generates a strong and durable material through a simple hydration process. However, for many reasons (mainly economic and environmental) researchers are trying to find a new material that could replace cement or at least part of it as a binding agent in concrete. Regarding this issue, cement replacement materials like fly ash and slag have taken the lead during the last few decades. These mat...
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Citation Formats
M. Hür, “Effect of fly ash on durability of Portland cement concrete.,” Middle East Technical University, 1968.