Subject: TA401-492 | Materials of engineering and construction. Mechanics of materials | Article Subject
For use in fire resistance calculations, the relevant thermal properties of high-performance concrete (HPC) with fly ash were determined through an experimental study. These properties included compressive strength, cubic compressive strength, cleavage strength, flexura... View more
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