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dc.contributor.authorLyashenko, T.-
dc.contributor.authorKersh, V.-
dc.contributor.authorKersh, D.-
dc.description.abstractMaterials on the base of calcium sulphate have great promise for sustainable construction. In particular, the application of lightened gypsum concrete (LGC) to production of building partitions can give a considerable effect. To lower construction mass and expenditure of the binder introduced into mix are various light aggregates: perlite, vermiculite, sawdust, foam polystyrene granules, etc. Improving thermal properties of gypsum units these organic and inorganic aggregates increase water demand of the mix and decrease the strength of hardened material.uk_UA
dc.publisher18 ibausil, Weimar (Germany)uk_UA
dc.relation.ispartofseriesV. 1.;p.416-423-
dc.subjectgypsum concreteuk_UA
dc.titleModelling the effect of composition on the properties of gypsum concrete containing cenospheresuk_UA
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