Influence of Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) Slag Aggregate Sizes on the Workability and Durability of Concrete
The construction industry has been identified as one of the largest consumer of nonrenewable resources. Meanwhile, the unused materials are continually disposed in landfills and dumpsites. As a result, adoption of industrial solid wastes for use as a construction material remains pertinent in the creation of a green environment. The present study focused on the influence of EAF steel slag...
Published at International Journal of Engineering and Technology
Pages 1049 - 1056
Published in 2015
Awoyera, P. O., Adekeye, A. W., and Babalola, O. E.
AWOYERA Paul » Paul Awoyera currently holds a Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Civil Engineering with specialization in structures. Prior to joining Covenant University, he has worked on numerous projects on the field involving structural design, building construction,subsoil investigation,concrete waterproofing and non destructive testing. His pedagogical interest include but not limited... view full profile
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