To Study the Characterstic Behaviour of Concrete using Glass Waste and Steel Waste
The most important and a essential necessity for modern society is a well maintained infrastructure which provides greater value and also ensures that it meets all the basic requirements is challenging. Concrete as a construction material is in use for several decades. Concrete can withstand the severest environments and engineers are constantly trying to enhance the performance with the aid of modern admixtures as well as waste materials which may or may not have the cementious properties. If the waste material is used in concrete, it will help in consumption of waste material along with the enhancement in the properties of concrete in new as well as hydrated states. Civil structures are designed considering the goal compressive 1strength of the concrete. Although, rare other parameters such as workability, water to 1cement ratio, setting time of cement along with surface hardness influence the performance of concrete. Series of experiments had been performed in this current study for a comparison of the usage of Glass Waste and Steel Waste as a replacement of sand in various different proportions. In this Study, Blended cement which was a mixture of Portland cement with Fly ash in 1 0.5 and 1 1 proportion was used. Concrete mixes are modified by 10 , 15 , 20 and 25 of Glass Waste and Steel Waste in replacement. The main conclusions drawn was that the compressive strength increases with the inclusion of Glass Waste upto a certain proportions and then reduces the strength. Steel Waste increases the strength but reduces the workability. Comparative1y higher ear1y strength gain 3 days is obtained with stee1 Waste concrete.
by Amandeep | Ashish Verma “To Study the Characterstic Behaviour of Concrete using Glass Waste and Steel Waste”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-1 , December 2019,
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