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References [1]. R. Fratesi ( 2002 ). Galvanized reinforcing steel bars in concrete, COST 521Workshop, Luxemburg 2002

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Bintul Zehra, Ali Salem, Souphavanh Senesavath, Saied Kashkash, and Zoltan Orban

1 Introduction Humans have used concrete for thousands of years – its basic ingredients date back to ancient Egypt. Concrete is the most versatile and second most material used in the construction industry. Aggregates are important constituents of

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the environment. The cement consumption can be decreased by including supplementary cementitious materials in concrete production and also in granular materials [ 1 ]. Concrete is mostly used in the construction of highways, dams, residential buildings

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036new.html Batayneh M., Marie I. and Asi I. Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes, Waste management , Elsevier, Vol. 27, 2007, pp. 1870–1876. Asi I

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J. M. Gaidis 1988 Mathematical Model for Freeze-Thaw Durability of Concrete Journal of the American Ceramic Society 71 9 776

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application widely in concrete due to high specific surface area, which also improves the strength and durability of the concrete [ 44 ]. Apart from nano silica, many other materials, for instance, nano TiO 2 , nano Fe 2 O 3 , nano Al 2 O 3 , etc. are used as

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Romualdi J. P., Batson, G. B. (1963), Tensile strength of concrete affected by uniformly distributed beams with closely spaced reinforcement. ACI Journal, 60(6, June), 775

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Marcela Ondova, Nadezda Stevulova, Lenka Palascakova, and Adriana Estokova

.. Utilization possibilities of selected waste in the production of prefabricated elements, fresh concrete mixture and transport-concrete , Czech Republic, Silikatnik, 2010, (in Czech). Samuelcik K

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Naaman A. E., Shah S. P. (1976), Pull-out mechanism in steel fibre reinforced concrete. Proceedings, ASCE, 102(ST8, Aug.), 1537–1558. Shah S. P. Pull-out mechanism in steel fibre

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