Strength and wear resistance of sand-replaced silica fume concrete
The article evaluates the effects of silica fume content on the wear resistance and strength of three-, seven-, 28- and 91-day moist-cured concrete manufactured with 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20% silica fume used a replacement for part of the fine-aggregate. The influence of different combinations of curing methods on the abrasion resistance and strength of the fine aggregate-replaced silica fume concretes is also studied.
Aggregates (Building materials); Concrete; Concrete construction; Silica fume
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Construction Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Environmental Sciences | Structural Engineering | Structural Materials
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Strength and wear resistance of sand-replaced silica fume concrete.
ACI Materials Journal, 104(2),