Hardened properties of high-performance printing concrete

  title={Hardened properties of high-performance printing concrete},
  author={Thanh Tung Le and Simon Austin and Sungwoo Lim and Richard A. Buswell and R. Law and Alistair Gibb and Tony Thorpe},
  journal={Cement and Concrete Research},
  • T. Le, S. Austin, T. Thorpe
  • Published 1 March 2012
  • Materials Science, Engineering
  • Cement and Concrete Research
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