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2013 Árkovits E., Keszler J. Friction curve and rheological properties of the red mud from a alumni factory (in Hungarian), Bányászati és Kohászati

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performance of fresh concrete and it also affects the mechanical and durability properties of concrete. To make the concrete perform better in mechanical and durability aspects the w/c ratio should be less, but it may affect its rheological property [ 2

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Árkovics E., Keszler J. Friction curve and rheological properties of Ajka red mud (in Hungarian) Metallurgy , Vol. 106, No. 3, 1973, pp. 135–138. Keszler J. Friction curve and

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chambers are filled by MR fluid, whose rheological property can be varied. The fluid consists of micron-sized, magnetically polarizable ferrous particles suspended in the carrier liquid, which can be water, glycol, synthetic or mineral oil [ 1 ]. The

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Authors: Jamal Eldin F. M. Ibrahim, Emese Kurovics, Mohammed Tihtih, and László A. Gömze

, “ Methods and equipment for the investigation of rheological properties of complex materials like convectional brick clays and ceramic reinforced composites ,” Epitoanyag – J. Silicate Based Compos. Mater. , vol. 67

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of the properties of concrete. The presence of mineral and cement admixtures in concrete improves the properties of concrete, including mechanical properties, rheological properties and conduction [ 11 , 12 ]. Copper slag is a high

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