Tytuł artykułuThermal and mechanical properties of lightweight concrete with waste copper slag as fine aggregate
Tytuł czasopismaArchives of Civil Engineering
AfiliacjeJaskulski, Roman : Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry, ul. Łukasiewicza 17, 09-400 Płock, Poland ; Dolny, Piotr : Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry, ul. Łukasiewicza 17, 09-400 Płock, Poland ; Yakymechko, Yaroslav : Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry, ul. Łukasiewicza 17, 09-400 Płock, Poland
Słowa kluczowelightweight concrete ; waste copper slag ; thermal properties ; sustainable building materials
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