Cements, Concrete, Building Stones and Construction Materials

Abstract

This chapter gives the main definitions, and properties of building materials with particular attention to cement and concrete.

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Further Reading

  1. Baron, J.; Sauterey, R.(eds.)(1982) Le béton hydraulique. Presses de l’École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC), Paris.Google Scholar
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  5. Hoiberg, A.J. (eds.) (1964–1965) Bituminous materials: Asphalts, Tars and Pitches, Volume 1. and 2. Interscience Publishers, New Jersey, 432 p. and 698 p.Google Scholar
  6. Malier, Y. (1992) Les bétons à hautes performances: caractérisation, durabilité, applications, 2nd. ed. Presses de l’École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC), Paris, 673 p.Google Scholar
  7. Taylor, H.F.W. (1992) Cement Chemistry, 2nd. ed. Academic Press, London, 475 p.Google Scholar

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