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1

A feasibility study on the utilization of r FA in SCC

2

A preliminary concrete mix design for SCC with marble powders

3

A review of the hardened mechanical properties of

4

An analysis of the properties of Portland limestone

5

apparent rheological properties scc

6

APPLICATIONS OF scc

7

Characteristics of pastes from a Portland

8

Combined effect of two sustainable technologies Sel fcompacting concrete

9

Compressive strength and shrinkage of mortar containing various amounts

10

Compressive strength and sulfate resistance of limestone andor silica fume mortars

11

Development of anti-fungal mortar and concrete using Zeolite

12

Distinct layer casting of SCCThe mechanical consequences of thixotropy

13

Early age hydration and pozzolanic reaction in natural zeolite blended

14

Effect of blended cements produced with natural zeolite and industrial

15

Effect of geothermal waste on strength and microstructure of

16

Effect of high temperature and cooling conditions on aerated concrete properties

17

Effect of limestone filler content and superplasticizer dosage on rheological

18

Effect of limestone filler on the deterioration of mortars and pastes exposed

19

effect of limestone filler proportion on the rheological

20

Effect of WC and superplasticizer type on rheological parameters of SCC

21

Effects of chrome oxide and limestone filler on the wear

22

Effects of fibre type and matrix structure on the mechanical performance of

23

Effects of fly ash and dolomite powder on the properties of self-compacting concrete

24

Effects of limestone replacement ratio on the sulfate resistance of Portland

25

Effects of slag and limestone powder on the hydration and hardening process

26

Estimates of self-compacting concrete ‘potential’ durability

27

Estimation of compressive strength of self compacting concrete containing

28

Evaluation of natural zeolite as a viscosity-modifying agent for cement-based grouts

29

Evaluation of strength at early ages of self compacting concrete

30

Evaluation of strength at early ages of self-compacting concrete

31

Experimental investigation on the thermal and mechanical properties

32

Fabric structure and its reinforcing efficiency in textile

33

Flowing ability of the mortars formulated from self-compacting concretes

34

Freeze–thaw cycle test and damage mechanics models of alkali-activated (2)

35

Freeze–thaw cycle test and damage mechanics models of alkali-activated

36

Fresh and hardened properties of scc produced

37

Geopolymer synthesis using alkaline activation of natural zeolite

38

Hardened properties of self-compacting concrete

39

Hydration mechanisms of ternary Portland cements containing limestone powder

40

Improvement of the mechanical properties of glass fibre reinforced plastic

41

In Situ Mechanical Properties of Wall Elements Cast

42

In situ time-resolved X-ray diffraction of tobermorite formation in autoclaved

43

Incorporating ground glass in self-compacting concrete

44

Influence of Limestone Powder as Partial Replacement of Cement

45

Influence of paste volume on shrinkage cracking and fracture scc

46

Influence of paste volume on shrinkage cracking and fracture

47

influence of silica fume

48

Influence of various amounts of limestone powder on performance

49

LIMESTONE POWDER USE IN CEMENT AND CONCRETE

50

Mechanical properties and durability of mortar and concrete

51

Mechanics of Fibre Reinforced Cementitious

52

Microstructural study of sulfate attack on ordinary and limestone

53

Moisture and ionic transport in concretes containing coarse limestone powder

54

Natural carbonation of self compacting concretes

55

Pore structure of lightweight clay aggregate incorporate with non-metallic

56

Pozzolanic activity of clinoptilolite A comparative study with silica fume, fly ash and

57

Prediction early age compressive strength of OPC-based geopolymers

58

Prediction of compressive strength of SCC and HPC with high

59

Properties of masonry blocks produced with waste limestone

60

Properties of self-compacting concrete mixtures containing metakaolin and

61

Properties of self-compacting concrete prepared with recycled glass aggregate

62

Properties of self-compacting concretes made with binary, ternary,

63

Radiation transmission of concrete including pumice for 662, 1173 and 1332 keV

64

Response of self-compacting concrete filled tubes under eccentric compression

65

Rheological characterization of SCC mortars and pastes with changes induced (2)

66

Rheological characterization of SCC mortars and pastes with changes induced

67

Role of the filler on Portland cement hydration at early ages

68

SCC formwork pressure Influence of steel rebars

69

Self-compacting concrete containing different powders at elevated temperatures

70

Shrinkage and creep of SCC

71

Splitting tensile strength and modulus of elasticity of self compacting concrete

72

Splitting tensile strength and modulus of elasticity of self-compacting concrete

73

Standard Test Methods for Self-Compacting Concrete

74

Strength and durability effect of modified zeolite additive on concrete properties

75

Sulfate attack on cementitious materials containing limestone filler

76

Sulphuric acid resistance of plain polymer modified and fly ash cement concretes

77

The effect of measuring procedure

78

The effect of silica fume and high volume Class C fly ash on

79

The effect of zeolite on the properties and hydration of blended cements

80

The sandwich concept of construction with SCC

81

The use of quarry dust for SCC applications

82

Tyre rubber waste recycling in self-compacting concrete

83

Use of natural zeolite as a supplementary cementitious material

84

Use of zeolite, coal bottom ash and fly ash as replacement

85

Valorization of micro-cellulose fibers in self-compacting concrete

86

Why do HPC and SCC require a longer mixing time