In-situ micro-CT characterization of mechanical properties and failure mechanism of cementitious syntactic foams

@article{Ba2018InsituMC,
  title={In-situ micro-CT characterization of mechanical properties and failure mechanism of cementitious syntactic foams},
  author={Halim Baş and Weihua Jin and Nikhil Gupta and Rakesh K. Behera},
  journal={Cement and Concrete Composites},
  year={2018}
}

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