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EFFECT OF FLY-ASH AND SILICA FUME ON THE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE EXPOSED TO HIGH TEMPERATURE
Al-Azhar Bulletin of Science
The development of high concrete temperatures could cause a number of effects that have been shown to be determined to long-term concrete performance. High concrete temperatures increase the rate of hydration, thermal stresses, the tendency for drying shrinkage cracking, permeability, and decrease of long-term concrete strengths and durability as a result of cracking. The objective of this study is to investigate the effects of using fly ash and silica fume on the strength and absorption ofdoi:10.21608/absb.2007.11107 fatcat:kgcvtc6blrgudpkmwxdu7hzmpq