A comprehensive experimental study on the performance of pumice powder in self-compacting concrete (SCC)

@article{Askarian2018ACE,
  title={A comprehensive experimental study on the performance of pumice powder in self-compacting concrete (SCC)},
  author={Mahya Askarian and Siavash Fakhretaha Aval and Alireza Joshaghani},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={340 - 356}
}
This study presents results on the performance of self-compacting concrete (SCC) mixtures containing pumice powder as a pozzolan in various proportions. The required superplasticizer dosage, used to obtain the desired initial slump flow, was determined when compared to mixtures containing fly ash or slag. The incorporation of cheap natural pozzolans as an alternative to cementitious materials can improve the fresh properties and durability of concrete. However, the reactivity of natural… 
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