Lime concrete | Article about lime concrete by The Free Dictionary
A concrete made from a mixture of lime, sand, and gravel, widely used before the lime matrix was replaced by portland cement.
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There were 4 main types of concrete filling used in this study, such as normal mix concrete (designated NMC), fly ash concrete, quarry waste concrete (designated FAC, QWC) and low-strength concrete (brickbat lime concrete
) (LSC) for comparison purpose.