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, similarly to the tensile strength of concrete, is also related to the inclined cracking load [ 3 ]. In case when the longitudinal reinforcement ratio is low, flexural cracks open wider. This increase in crack width causes a decrease in the values of the

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significantly declined the crack width of the restrained samples along with reduced free shrinkage. Kinuthia et al. [ 32 ] noted inflation in autogenous shrinkage of cement pastes at 5% and 10% replacement levels with MK. At the same time declination of

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