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decreases with increasing elevated temperature. The vapor pressure occurs due to the evaporation of the adsorbed and capillary water when the temperature is between 25 and 200 °C and thereby it tends to reduce the strength of the concrete [ 12 ]. The

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cracks and explosive spalling. Lower porosity and dense microstructure are responsible for the poor behavior of MK concrete at elevated temperatures. Due to the vapor pressure in dense pore structure, explosive spalling was observed between 450 and 500 °C

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