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Title: CPN 26 - Ground Granulated Iron Blast Furnace Slag and Its Use in Concrete
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Abstract:This CPN provides general information on the design and use of concrete containing ground granulated blast furnace slag (hereafter referred to as GGBFS) as a cement replacement. The concrete, in which the GGBFS is used, should meet the requirements of AS 3600(1).
The slag referred to in this document is that meeting all the requirements of AS 3582.2(2). The replacement ratio of cementitious materials with slag should be such that the properties of the resulting cement comply with the relevant requirements of AS 3972(3) for blended cements.
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