In order to investigate the internal curing effect of recycled brick aggregate (RBA) in recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) and calculate its contribution to the final compressive strength, two RAC groups with different recycled aggregates and 6 replacement ratios (r) under 4 curing ages were tested.Results show that the compressive strengths of RACI and RACII decrease
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