Alkali-activated slag concretes are being extensively researched because of its potential sustainability-related benefits. For such concretes to be implemented in large scale concrete applications such as infrastructural and building elements, it is essential to understand its early and long-term performance characteristics vis-à-vis conventional ordinary portland cement (OPC) based concretes.

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    Vance, Kirk, Aguayo, Matthew, Dakhane, Akash, Ravikumar, Deepak, Jain, Jitendra, & Neithalath, Narayanan (2014). Microstructural, Mechanical, and Durability Related Similarities in Concretes Based on OPC and Alkali-Activated Slag Binders. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES AND MATERIALS, 8(4), 289-299.

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