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The significant difference between recycled aggregate and natural aggregate is the content of the attached mortar layer. With the increase of the replacement rate of recycled aggregate, the shrinkage and creep of recycled aggregate concrete is significantly increased. In this paper, 180-day shrinkage and creep tests of recycled aggregate concrete with different water–cement ratios were designed in order to analyze the effect of the substitution rate and water–cement ratio on shrinkage and creepdoi:10.3390/app9204322 fatcat:gvqnmjplh5cg5dlszvo6ggpolm