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Compaction phosphogypsum-based cement mortar reinforced with steel fibre

Compaction phosphogypsum-based cement mortar reinforced with steel fibre

FIPR Publication (01-031-046): 241-268

Engineering properties and practical applications were investigated of compaction phosphogypsum-based mortar, consisting of phosphogypsum, fine aggregate and portland cement, reinforced with steel fibres. Like conventional portland cement mortar, phosphogypsum-based mortar is high in compresive strength while low in tensile strength.

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