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Structural Evaluation of Lightweight Concrete Produced Using Waste Newspaper and Office Paper
The construction industry consumes a large amount of non-renewable resources. On the other hand, more waste paper ends up in landfill or dump sites than those recycled. Consequently, recycling wasteExpand
Data on the thermal properties of soil and its moisture content
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The dataset contains thermal properties of soil such as thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, temperature and specific heat capacity in an agricultural farm within the University of Ibadan, Ibada, Nigeria, made available publicly because it could be helpful for proper irrigation water management. Expand
Application of Waste Glass Powder as a Partial Cement Substitute towards more Sustainable Concrete Production
Use of waste materials in concrete is now a global trend for efficient waste management so as to achieve a sustainable green environment and with the added advantages of preserving the naturalExpand
Experimental Investigation of Yield Strengths of Steel Reinforcing Bars Used in Nigerian Concrete Structures
Concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world and is best used in conjunction with reinforcing steel for optimal results. But a lot of behavioral and durability issues affectExpand
Influence of Portland Cement Brands and Aggregates Sizes on the Compressive Strength of Normal Concrete
A good number of building failures have occurred in Nigeria which resulted in the loss of lives and a lot of these failures are attributed to the poor concrete practices used for the execution ofExpand
Structural Properties of Concrete Containing Ground Waste Clay Brick Powder as Partial Substitute for Cement
With the increasing concerns on the impact of cement production on the environment and the need to protect the environment, the use of mineral additives as cementitious material to partiallyExpand
Geoelectrical-Geotechnical Studies forNear Surface Characterization, CaseHistory: Lagos, SW Nigeria
Incessant building collapse and foundation failures in Nigeria have continued unabated in recent years, causing loss of lives and properties worth hundreds of thousands of US dollars. This researchExpand
ASSESSMENT OF STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CASSAVA PEEL ASH-CONCRETE
Basic conventional building materials like cement and aggregates are becoming increasingly expensive due to high cost incurred in their processes, production and transportation. The utilization ofExpand
PREDICTION OF FRESH AND HARDENEDPROPERTIES OF NORMAL CONCRETE VIACHOICE OF AGGREGATE SIZES, CONCRETEMIX-RATIOS AND CEMENT
Concrete is the most commonly used building material for building most of the world’s buildings and infrastructure. After centuries of usage, it still remains the most widely adopted constructionExpand
SUBSOIL CHARACTERIZATION USING GEOELECTRICAL AND GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR FOUNDATION STUDIES
Electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) has been combined with geotechnical techniques such as cone penetrating tests, standard penetrating test and laboratory tests for detailed characterization ofExpand
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