Review and determining the influence of zeolite on concrete strength under high temperature conditions

 
 
 
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    in this paper, to verify the effect of zeolite on the strength of concrete and the effect of high temperatures on this type of concrete 5 composition, containing different percentages zeolite (5%, 10%, 15% and 20%) with fixed water to cement ratio for perception of optimized percent of zeolite is made and influence of heat on compressive strength  and ultrasonic  speed waves  was checked . according to tests, it is concluded that the replacement of 10% cement with zeolite at ratio water to cement 0.45 at ages 7, 28 and 90 days, is the optimized replacement level to zeolite.


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    in this paper, to verify the effect of zeolite on the strength of concrete and the effect of high temperatures on this type of concrete 5 com-position, containing different percentages zeolite (5%, 10%, 15% and 20%) with fixed water to cement ratio for pe

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Article ID: 5307
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v5i3.5307




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