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Biomass aggregate (BA) is a by-product of biomass industries which is less dense and more porous than natural aggregate. In this two-part study, BA was mixed with fly ash and alkaline liquid, and heated in an oven at 80 °C for 24 h to produce coated biomass aggregate (CBA). The first part of this study was focused on the density, specific gravity, Los Angeles test, water absorption, aggregate impact value, and aggregate crushing value of BA, CBA, and normal aggregates (NA). The second part wasdoi:10.21660/2018.41.73423 fatcat:v4seyqk7n5fbjk5kcohukphv4i