Parametric Strategy for Composite Cement Concrete Blended with Fly Ash & Glass Fiber
Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology,
Coping with population growth, houses are built to meet the hike. The prerequisites for concrete and steel reinforcements have surged up globally since last 3 to 4decades. Shortage of natural building materials, increased wastes from coal based industries to augment carbon foot print has worried the engineers to reuse their wastes (such as fibres, powders, granules, etc.) as building materials ingredient. Glass fibre has improved flexural capabilities with fly ash dosages in cement concrete and alternately helps in restricting environmental degradation. Present research aims at investigating the impact of glass fiber (at 1%, 2% and 3% addition) and fly ash (dosages of 10% and 20% over the existing fly ash in PPC). The ingredients and microstructure of composites are found by either X-ray fluorescent spectroscopy or scanning electron microscope. Experimental evaluation results of the blended composite concrete parameters of RCC are experimentally evaluated and compared have shown that concrete with 10% cement substitution with fly ash and 3% fibre showed optimum compressive strength performance than the concrete without fibre and fly ash and also chemically resistant against commonly used M-20 grade of Concrete.
- Cement concrete
- fly ash
- electron microscope
- glass fiber
- strength of concrete
- XRF spectrometer.
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