EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE OF M90 GRADE USING UNPROCESSED FLY ASH AND SILICA FUME release_2aioxpex6jdetbkyzqsijhxcbe

by Ajit R. Sapkal, Alankar V. Jadhav, M.V. Nagendra

Abstract

– Concrete is the most widely used construction material in overall world due to its various advantages in the infrastructural industries. The production of cement causes atmospheric and environmental pollution by emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Pozzolonic by products from electrical industries are supplimentory cementitious materials such as GGBS, fly ash, slag, Rice Husk are utilized in recent years as cement alternative material for growing HSC with progressed workability, energy and durability with decreased permeability. High strength concrete (HSC) is made with adding mineral admixtures like silica fume, fly ash in the concrete. Using cementitious materials such as unprocessed fly ash and silica fume in the High strength concrete mix gives benefits in various ways. Also these materials reduces emission of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. So that, It gives an environment friendly concrete for the sustainable development. Preparing high strength concrete by using these cementitious materials with super plasticizers gives required strength.
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