Volume 4, Issue 8

STUDY OF SORPTIVITY AND WATER ABSORPTION OF TERNARY BLENDED CONCRETE WITH SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH AND SILICA FUME (20150768)

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Abstracts : The utilization of waste produced by industries and agriculture has been focused, to reduce it for agriculture and economical reasons. The waste product from sugarcane factory (SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH) is causing serious pollution which is replaced in cement concrete. Bagasse is sugar factories byproduct. Bagasse can be used for energy generation. The ash which is obtained from the boiler is a waste product known a Sugarcane Bagasse Ash. It has high volume of Sio2. Use of SBA as partial replacement of fine aggregate will help to improve quality of concrete. SCBA is replaced by cement in concrete with 0%, 5%, to 30% ratios. In addition to this 10% silica fume is added to the composition. Due to improper compaction of concrete may have pores & capillary spaces, which leads to low strength of concrete. Tests compaction factor test and slump cone test are conducted for fresh concrete as all as harden concrete tests like compressive strength, sorptivity and water absorption are also conducted
Pages : 8-11
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Modified Date : 2018-08-08
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V. RATNA , V. RATNA , DR. E. V. RAGHAVA RAO , "STUDY OF SORPTIVITY AND WATER ABSORPTION OF TERNARY BLENDED CONCRETE WITH SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH AND SILICA FUME", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 4, Issue 8, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 8-11
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