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action and microstructure of mortars, 11th Nordic Symposium on Building Physics , NSB2017, Trondheim, Norway, 11-14 June 2017, Energy Procedia , Vol. 132 , 2017 , pp. 670 ‒ 675 . [7

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instance, steel slag decreased the workability of concrete [ 2 ], also WA decreased the workability, that extra water needed to be added [ 3 ]. On the other hand, mortar flow was slightly increased with increased in GP addition [ 4 ]. Additionally, GP

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instance, steel slag decreased the workability of concrete [ 2 ], also WA decreased the workability, that extra water needed to be added [ 3 ]. On the other hand, mortar flow was slightly increased with increased in GP addition [ 4 ]. Additionally, GP

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In this paper the results of an investigation about steel fibers bond strength in mortar matrix are presented. Pull-out tests were made with four different types of fibers (hookedend, crimped, flat-end, anchoraged), the fibers were embedded individually into a cement based sample with three different embedded length (10, 15, 20 mm). Another variable parameter of the experiment was the strength of the matrix (three different mixture were used), and hooked-end fibers with higher tensile strength and zinc surface coating were tested also. During the tests pull-out force and displacement were measured.

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. , Lubelli B. , Hees van R. , Nijland T. Evaluation of spreading and effectiveness of injection products against rising damp in mortar/brick combinations , Procedia Chemistry , Vol. 8 , 2013 , pp. 139 ‒ 149 . [6

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References [1] Gomes M. , Faria P. , Gonçalves T. ( 2018 ), Earth-based mortars for repair and protection of rammed earth walls

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. , Baloch Z. Investigation of the acid and sulfate resistance performances of hydrogen-rich water based mortars , Construction and Building Materials , Vol. 137 , 2017 , pp. 1 – 11 . [4

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) at a mass ratio of 1:1 and milled for 1 h by mortar. Then, the mixed peanut shell was heat treated at 800 °C for 1 h in a stainless steel tube furnace under argon atmosphere. After this process, carbon was extracted from KOH containing mixture with

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References [5] Gomes M. , Faria P. , Gonçalves T. ( 2018 ), Earth-based mortars for repair and protection of rammed earth walls

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Gopalaratnam V. S., Abu-Mathkour H. J. (1987), Investigation of the pull-out characteristics of steel fibers from mortar matrices. Proceedings, International Symposium on Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Madras, Dec. 1987, pp. 2

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