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    Rheology of fresh cement and concrete

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    Hygrothermal properties of NHL mortars

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    Hygrothermal simulation software enables designers to assess the impact of insulation retrofits on solid walls before a retrofit project starts and help to avoid the negative effects on solid wall performance. However, the material databases used by the software lack information on the material properties of the traditional masonry used in Scotland. The hygrothermal properties of uncarbonated and carbonated lime mortar made with St Astier NHL2, NHL3.5 and NHL5 and Loanleven sand have been determined by laboratory testing. Thermal conductivity, sorptivity or water absorption coefficient by partial immersion, water vapour permeability (dry and wet cup), hygroscopic sorption, density and porosity results are presented

    The Rheology of Fresh Mortar - A Review

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    Hygrothermal properties of NHL mortars

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    Rheology of natural hydraulic limes for masonry repair

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    Rheology of lime pastes with biopolymer-based additives

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