Influence of Ground Clay Brick on the Properties of Fresh and Hardened Self Compacting Lightweight Concrete (SCLC)

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This paper aims to investigate influence of ground cay brick as filler or as aggregate on the workability and compressive strength of self-compacting lightweight concrete. Ground red brick was combined with other additives like: silica fume, stone powder and filler which was obtained by recycling old concrete. For this purpose, several mixtures of self-compacting concrete were prepared and tested. Properties of fresh mixture were determined by slump flow method, visual assessment of stability, T50 time, V-funnel method, L-box method and J-ring method. Also, in hardened state, compressive strengths and dynamic modulus of elasticity after 7 and after 28 days were determined.

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Michaela Kostelecká

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57-60

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.1106.57

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S. Juradin and K. Grbeša, "Influence of Ground Clay Brick on the Properties of Fresh and Hardened Self Compacting Lightweight Concrete (SCLC)", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1106, pp. 57-60, 2015

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June 2015

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