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Advances in Structural Engineering
Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) is conventionally used as a primary binder to produce concrete. The amount of carbon dioxide released during the manufacture of OPC is a matter of great environmental concern in view of global warming. Thus, alternative concrete technologies have become an area of increasing interest in research community. On the other hand, fly ash (FA), abundantly available by-product of coal fired thermal power plants poses great environmental problems in terms of its safedoi:10.1007/978-81-322-2187-6_124 fatcat:nzg542bkwjeath7j2trvxzrdju