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8a presents the overview of the spillway of the dam and in Fig. 8b, a detail of the displacement of the surface caused by hydraulic abrasive processes. (a) (b) Fig. 8. (a) Overview of the spillway of the dam. (b) Detail of the displacement of the surface caused by hydraulic abrasive processes. 5% In Figure 9, shows the average results of compressive strength at 28 days to cure the concrete with the addition of recycled polymer materials (Galvão et al, 2011). Fig. 9. Comparative graph of compressive strength, at 28 days, of concretes with additions of waste and its respective contents.
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