IJMTES – EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF NANO TITANIUM DIOXIDE ON CONCRETE

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

Paper Title : EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF NANO TITANIUM DIOXIDE ON CONCRETE

Author’s Name : Aravind R | Dr Devasena M | Dr Sreevidya V  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 155-158

Abstract – Cement is one of the most commonly used construction materials due to its low cost, high mechanical strength and workability. The mechanical behavior of concrete materials depends to a great extent on structural elements and phenomena which are effective on a micro- and nanoscale. The ability to target material modification at the nanostructural level promises to improve significantly the mechanical performance, volume change properties, durability, and sustainability of concrete. In recent years nanotechnology has become very active in research areas due to its smaller size and high surface area. Nano technology has attracted considerable scientific interest due to the new potential uses of particles in the order of nanometer (10-9 m) scale. Nanomaterials have a larger value of the ratio between surface area and volume than other similar particles in larger size, making the nanomaterials more reactive. The focus of this study was to explore the use of nanotechnology-based nano filament, TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TiO2), as reinforcement for improving the mechanical properties of Portland cement paste. Furthermore, properties of electrical resistance, corrosion resistance and setting time of concrete are also monitored. These properties give the importance of TiO2 as an additive to the improvement of properties of cement. 

Keywords— Titanium Dioxide, Conplast, Mechanical properties, workability 

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