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A promising substitute for regular concrete is geopolymer concrete. Engineering mechanical parameters of geopolymer concrete, including compressive strength, are frequently measured in the laboratory or in-situ via experimental destructive tests, which calls for a significant quantity of raw materials, a longer time to prepare the samples, and expensive machinery. Thus, to evaluate compressive strength, non-destructive testing is preferred. Therefore, the objective of this research is todoi:10.2478/cee-2022-0060 fatcat:johqzfxryzgc3btpgapk6im5ie