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High Strength Concrete: Manufacture and Properties

Improved compaction, improved adhesion of cement matrix to aggregate particles and application of triaxial stress are seen as the main methods of improving concrete compressive strength. A.J. Harris

Author(s): Harris, A J

Keywords: high strength;concrete;manufacturing;properties