high-early-strength concrete

high-early-strength concrete

Concrete which, through the use of high-early-strength cement or admixtures, is capable of attaining specified strength at an earlier age than normal concrete.
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For instance, in many high-early-strength concrete mixtures, the freeze-thaw resistance will be decreased [4].
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