Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science
Paper Title : STRENGTH AND DURABILITY STUDIES ON SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE WITH FOUNDRY SAND AND TILE POWDER
Volume 03 Issue 08 2016
ISSN no: 2348-3121
Page no: 127-130
Abstract – Self compacting concrete requires no consolidation work which improves the durability and uniformity of the concrete.It is a highly flowable and non-segregating concrete filling the formwork easily. This paper explores the strength and durability studies of self compacting concrete using Foundry sand and tile powder. The parameters like protection of natural resources, environmental consciousness are the present construction field requirements. The pollution effects on environment due to cement production can be reduced by increasing the usage of waste products in our construction industry. Usage of Foundry sand and tile powder is such a remedial measure and in the present study, sand is being replaced with Foundry sand and Tile powder. The percentage replacement of foundry sand with sand includes 10percent, 15percent, 20percent, 25percent, 30percent. The binder is 70percent of cement and 30percent of tile powder. The mix design for self compacting concrete and the tests to be conducted like material testing, strength tests and durability tests are being discussed in this paper.
Keywords— Self Compacting Concrete, Material Properties, Hardened Properties
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