Advanced computational engineering and experimenting : by Andreas Öchsner; Lucas Filipe Martins da Silva; Holm

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However, the SEM micrographs indicate that the NS particles have not been dispersed adequately and the microstructure of the hardened pastes incorporating nanosilica is heterogeneous. The large dispersion of test results is due to agglomeration and non-uniform dispersion of NS particles. Increase in silica replacement percent and specific surface area lead to drastic increase in variation of results. Acknowledgments: Supports of research committee of Sharif University of Technology (SUT) and SEM laboratory personnel of Tarbiat Modares University are greatly appreciated.

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