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Long-Term Mechanical Behavior of a Green Cementitious Composite
In this paper, a new green hybrid bagasse fiber (3% by volume) and steel fiber (0.7% by volume) reinforced cementitious composites with high volume fly ash (fly ash to cement ratio of 1.6) is developed and cured in weather condition up to 10 months. Basic mechanical tests, such as compressive test, Young's modulus test, flexural test, and uniaxial tensile test and SEM tests were conducted at the age of 28 days, 3 months, 6 months and 10 months, respectively. Through comparison with thedoi:10.14455/isec.res.2015.76 fatcat:oprospg72ve7xcfvssqu4wk6uu