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ISSN Print: 2229-5518 11    
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scirp IJSER >> Volume 3,Issue 11,November 2012
Impact Behavior Enhancement Of Oil Palm Shells Concrete Slab By Geogrid Reinforcement
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.708-728  
Author(s)
Ir. Zakaria Che Muda, Dr. Salah F. A. Sharif, Tan Yen Lun
KEYWORDS
: Sustainability, Lightweight Concrete, Oil Palm Shells, Geogrid reinforcement
ABSTRACT
Green technology and sustainable development are the main concern in any country around the world; researchers and engineers are urged to provide the best solution to maintain the environment for the future generation. Malaysia is the world largest oil pa
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