Paper Title:
A Mix Proportion Design Method of Manufactured Sand Cement Concrete Based on Ultra-Filled
  Abstract

The paper presents a new concept of ultra-filled by studying of classical aggregate filling theory. To resolve the problem involved in mix design with ultra-filled theory, a mix proportion design method of manufactured sand cement concrete is established. By calculation and test, the paper works out the rich plasma factor K1 and K2 of pavement manufactured cement concrete and the experimental result shows that the method is feasible and reasonable.

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Periodical
Chapter
Chapter 2: Advanced Manufacturing and Control Technologies
Edited by
Qingzhou Xu
Pages
420-424
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.721.420
Citation
G. J. Ke, B. Tian, J. L. Wang, "A Mix Proportion Design Method of Manufactured Sand Cement Concrete Based on Ultra-Filled", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 721, pp. 420-424, 2013
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July 2013
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