Advances in Building Materials, CEBM 2011

Volumes 261-263

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.261-263

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Authors: Ahmad Askari, Mohammad Reza Sohrabi, Yousef Rahmani

Abstract: In the present study, mechanical properties of self compacting concrete containing fly ash and silica fume as cement replacements are...

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Authors: Shu Shan Li, Ming Xiao Jia, Dan Ying Gao

Abstract: The basic mechanical properties of fly ash fiber concrete were tested. The influences to the compressive strength, splitting tensile...

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Authors: Ke Qing Li, De Ping Chen, Shi Li Zhang, Bao Shun Liu

Abstract: Aimed at improving the waterproofing property of foamed concrete, a heat-insulating and waterproofing composite applied in underground...

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Authors: Da Xing Qian, Ying Wei Yun, Ii Young Jang, Jong Hoe Kim

Abstract: Recently reutilization of waste concrete becomes one of the hottest issues in civil engineering field throughout the world. However, most of...

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Authors: Zi Zhen Liu, Bin Xiao, Yan Liu, Xiao Long Li

Abstract: Through the experiments of recycling bricks from building waste, the paper studies the mechanical properties and the influence factors of...

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Authors: Jin Hong Xia, Da Wei Yuan

Abstract: Boron mud has problems of disposal and health hazards when discharged directly to the environment, so the problem of boron mud needs to be...

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Authors: Sina Kazemian, Arun Prasad, Vahed Ghiasi, Bujang Bin Kim Huat

Abstract: Peats are geotechnically problematic soil due to their high compressibility and low shear strength. Cement is widely used for the...

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Authors: Yi Bo Xiong, Lu Peng, Jin Xu, Liang Ma

Abstract: Based on an extensive experimental program under uniaxial and triaxial compression, this paper studies the mechanical behavior of two types...

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