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Exploration for alternate materials for use in cement and concrete is gaining more importance to reduce the manmade CO2 release into the atmosphere and also to use otherwise waste and hazardous materials in concrete. Using alternative materials in binary, ternary and quaternary blends with cement in carefully determined proportions such that advantages of using supplementary cementitious materials in concrete are maximized is becoming the norm. In this study, stone dust and a propriety microfine slag are used in binary and ternary blend as partial replacement of cement. It is seen that when the supplementary cementitious materials are used in a ternary blend synergetic effect on the resulting concrete is obtained.


Stone Dust, Microfine Slag, Binary and Ternary Blends.
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