ISSN (Online) : 2456 - 0774

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ISSN (Online) 2456 - 0774


AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH AND DURABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF FIBRE REINFORCED SELF COMPACTION CONCRETE

Abstract

Abstract:- The sustainable development in construction can be achieved by using industrial waste products in concrete. This work aims at developing a new composite by incorporating Granite Sawing Waste (GSW) in Poly Propylene fibre (PP) reinforced self compacting concrete along with Fly Ash(FA). Shrinkage studies and durability studies like water absorption, porosity, acid resistance, sulphate resistance and chloride penetration have been done. It is found that the shrinkage of Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) is considerably reduced by using GSW and PP fibre. Resistance against acid attack and chloride penetration are found to improve. Reduction in water absorption and porosity are found to be better than control concrete up to 10% of GSW and the sulphate resistance is improved.

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