RILEM Recommended Test Method AAR-0: Detection of Alkali-Reactivity Potential in Concrete—Outline guide to the use of RILEM methods in assessments of aggregates for potential alkali-reactivity
RILEM Technical Committees RILEM TC 191-ARP: ‘Alkali-Reactivity and Prevention—Assessment, Specification and Diagnosis of Alkali-Reactivity’
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