IJMTES – PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF ORDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT WITH RICE HUSK ASH AND COCONUT SHELL ASH IN CONCRETE PRODUCTION

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Vikash Kumar Dwivedi | Shahbaz Ahmed | Simranjeet Singh Chhabra | Pushpa Sahu  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 05 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 107-111

Abstract – Compressive strength tests were carried out on six mortar cubes with cement replaced by rice husk ash (RHA) at five levels (10 %). After the curing age of 3, 7, 14 and 28 days. The compressive strengths of the cubes at 10% replacement were 12.60, 14.20, 22.10, 28.50 and 36.30 N/mm2 respectively and increased with age of curing but decreased with increase in RHA content for all mixes. The chemical analysis of the rice husk ash revealed high amount of silica (68.12%), alumina (1.01%) and oxides such as calcium oxide (1.01%) and iron oxide (0.78%) responsible for strength, Soundness and setting of the concrete. It also contained high amount of magnesia (1.31%) which is responsible for the unsoundness. This result, therefore, indicated that RHA can be used as cement substitute at 10% and 20% replacement and 14 and 28 day curing age.

Keywords— RHA( Rice Husk Ash ) & CSA( Coconut Shell Ash) 

Reference

  1. Effect of Rice Husk Ash on Cement Mortar and Concrete. Sudisht Mishra, Prof (Dr.) S.V. Deodhar.
  2. Effect of Rice Husk on Cement Concrete. Dr. J.N. Jha and K.S. Gill.
  3. Effect of Rice Husk on Cement Concrete. Musa Al hasan.