Mechanical Characteristics of Crumb Rubber Concrete for Practical Applications


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This study provides a closer look at various mechanical properties of Crumbed Rubber Concrete. CRC mixes with compressive strengths of 20 MPa, 25 MPa, and 32 MPa have been designed and tested. Different fresh and hardened mechanical characteristics were investigated, these included; concrete workability, air content, compressive strength at different ages, tensile strength, flexural strength, modulus of elasticity, drying shrinkage, and creep. 

  • Background to the need for CRC
  • Experimental work procedures
  • Concrete materials
  • Concrete mix designs
  • Concrete testing
Dr Osama Youssf: Postdoctoral Research fellow, at University of South Australia


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