Author : B.Seshu Kumari 1
Date of Publication :7th September 2016
Abstract: Portland cement as a constituent in concrete is one of the main constituent broadly used exclusively in growing nations. Performance of concrete for pavement by replacing different percentage of industrial wastes by weight of cement for a controlled mix of M40 grade concrete and to analyze the effect of Admixtures on concrete. The scope for alternative binder or cement auxiliary materials is by using industrial derivatives and agricultural wastes. The main scope of the investigation is to use limited substitution of cement in concrete pavement using different types of additives like Lagoon Ash, Rice Husk Ash are used which improve the Strength and Durability. In addition, it is also aimed to compare the mechanical properties of these Conventional mixes. The properties such as compressive strength, flexural strength, workability with initial tests on materials were performed and the principal advantages, major dis-advantages, principal applications in Indian construction industry were discussed & Cost Analysis of pavement also observed
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