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STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE MADE WITH PUMICE STONE AND MINERAL ADMIXTURES

@inproceedings{Karthika2018STRUCTURALPO,
  title={STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE MADE WITH PUMICE STONE AND MINERAL ADMIXTURES},
  author={V. Karthika and P. Awoyera and I. Akinwumi and R. Gobinath and R. Gunasekaran and N. Lokesh},
  year={2018}
}
This study investigates the structural properties of lightweight self-compacting concrete produced using mineral admixtures and pumice stone as aggregate. Lightweight self-compacting concrete (LWSCC) mixes were prepared using pumice stone as replacement for natural coarse aggregate, and ground granulated blast furnace slag and rice husk ash were added as mineral admixtures. The flowability of the concrete mixtures was achieved by using gelinium B223 super plasticizer. Structural properties such… Expand
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