Volume : VI, Issue : III, March - 2017

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH CERAMIC POWDER FOR M30CONCRETE

B. Naga Niranjan Kumar, S. Sudheer Kumar, R. Mahidhar Reddy

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 Cementations materials have been used by mankind for construction from time immemorial. The every rising functional requirement of the structures and the capacity to resist aggressive elements has necessitated developing new cementations materials and concrete composites to meet the higher performance and durability criteria. The environmental factors and pressure of utilizing waste materials from industry have also been the major contributory factors in new developments in the field of concrete technology.

Concrete is an artificial material in which the aggregates both fine and coarse are bonded together by the cement when mixed with water. The concrete has become so popular and indispensable because of its inherent in concrete ought a revolution in applications of concrete. Concrete has unlimited opportunities for innovative applications, design and construction techniques. Its great versatility and relative economy in filling wide range of needs has made it very competitive building material. At present there is depletion for both fine and coarse aggregates. The too much usage of good qualities of materials for concrete works is scares for future generation. Hence there is a search for other second grade and novel material to produce desired strength concrete. In this connection an attempt has been made, the use of recycle aggregate (replacing of granite aggregate by recycle aggregate in proportion of 20, 40, 60 ,80 and 100%)  for concrete works with and without steel fies in the concrete mix. Here an attempt made to use of recycle aggregate in concrete to evaluate the workability, compressive and beŚ strengths.

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B.Naga Niranjan kumar, S.Sudheer kumar, V.Divya, BEARING STRENGTH OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE, GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-6, Issue-3, March‾2017


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