Adhesion characterization of tungsten mine waste geopolymeric binder. Influence of OPC concrete substance surface treatment

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Pacheco-Torgal, F.; Gomes, J. P. Castro; Jalali, Said;

Tungsten mine waste mud (TMWM) was investigated for its potential use as repair material of ordinary portland cement (OPC) concrete. Bond strength between OPC concrete substrate and three repair materials was analysed. TMWM geopolymeric binder and two commercial r... View more
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