Evolution of Durable High-Strength Flowable Mortar Reinforced with Hybrid Fibers

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Dawood, Eethar Thanon; Ramli, Mahyuddin;
  • Publisher: International Scholarly Research Network
  • Journal: ISRN Civil Engineering
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5402/2012/730862
  • Subject: Article Subject

The production and use of durable materials in construction are considered as one of the most challenging things for the professional engineers. Therefore, this research was conducted to investigate the mechanical properties and the durability by using of different perc... View more
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