High-strength self-compacting concrete with gravel fraction 5–10

А. P. Prikhodko, N. V. Shpirko, T. V. Ulchenko, Y. G. Beregiy, D. N. Shpirko


As a result of these studies, a high-strength self-compacting concrete has been developed containing coarse aggregate fractions 5–10, which can be used as the top layer of two-layer concrete floors.


high-performance concrete; self-compacting concrete; microsilica; supplements for concrete; X-ray diffraction; electron microscopy


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