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Behaviour of the Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Partial Replacement of Cement by using Rice Husk Ash

Author(s):

T. Adhavanathan , E.G.S PILLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, NAGAPATTINAM, TAMILNADU; R. Neelaveni, E.G.S PILLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, NAGAPATTINAM, TAMILNADU; S. Santhoshkumar, E.G.S PILLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, NAGAPATTINAM, TAMILNADU; N. R. Vethamoorthy, E.G.S PILLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE, NAGAPATTINAM, TAMILNADU

Keywords:

Fiber Reinforced solid, Rice Husk Ash (RHA), Compressive quality, split elasticity, Flexural quality

Abstract

This paper introduces an exploratory examination on the properties of Polypropylene fiber fortified cement with Rice Husk Ash (RHA) as Pozzolanic filler. Concrete made with Portland bond has certain attributes: it is generally solid in• pressure yet feeble in strain and has a tendency to be weak. These two shortcomings have restricted its utilization. Another central shortcoming of cement is that breaks begin to shape when cement is put and before it has legitimately solidified. These breaks are real reason for shortcoming in cement especially in extensive on location applications prompting resulting crack and disappointment and general absence of sturdiness. The shortcoming in strain can be overcome by the utilization of customary pole fortification and to some degree by the consideration of an adequate volume of specific filaments. In the present examination, a possibility study is made to utilize Rice Husk Ash as an admixture to as of now somewhat supplanted bond with Rice Husk Ash (Portland Pozzolana Cement) in Concrete, and an endeavor has been made to research the quality parameters of cement. For control cement, IS strategy for blend configuration is received and looking at this as a premise, blend outline for halfway substitution technique has been made. Three distinctive substitution levels specifically 10%, 20% and 30% are decided for the review worry to incomplete substitution technique. Substantial scope of curing periods beginning from 3days, 28days are considered in the present review. The RHA was obtained from a rice paddy processing industry in Nagapattinam. Compressive quality, flexural quality and split elasticity tests were Performed and the outcomes demonstrated that expansion of RHA and additionally fiber had incredible impact on solid properties.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I21264
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2017
Page(s): 1367-1373

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