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ISSN Print: 2229-5518 11    
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Flexural Behavior Of Lightweight Oil Palm Shells Concrete Slab Reinforced With Geogrid
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Author(s)
Ir. Zakaria Che Muda, Dr. Salah F. A. Sharif, Ng Jun Hong
KEYWORDS
Flexural Behavior, Lightweight Oil Palm Shells, Geogrid Reinforcement.
ABSTRACT
This paper aims to study the flexural strength and deflection behavior of concrete slab casted with oil palm shells (OPS) as aggregates and reinforced with geogrid. Effects of oil palm shells content and amount of geogrid layers in concrete slab towards t
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