Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science
Paper Title : EFFECT OF REPLACING HERBAL COARSE MIXTURE BY BRICK COMBINATION ON THE HOUSES OF CONCRETE
Volume 04 Issue 10 2017
ISSN no: 2348-3121
Page no: 17-19
Abstract – With the aid of a ways the most commonplace coarse aggregate used in concrete is obtained from natural rock, but form of rock suitable for concrete making isn’t always to be had everywhere. In Tripura a north-Japanese nation of India brick combination concrete are used conventionally for everyday concrete due to scarcity of mixture from natural source. because of development of concrete generation and to fulfill the durability requirement it necessitated to use well known concrete, for which handiest stone combination is used, as a result, price of production has been skyrocketed as those are transported from other states. New concept of this paper of concrete received changing stone aggregate by way of overwhelmed clay-brick. The target compressive electricity of stone combination concrete become 24 MPa. last concretes were made by means of replacing the stone aggregate by way of equal quantity of brick mixture while the whole thing else changed into saved unchanged. The simplest variable considered on this study become the volumetric alternative (0%, 25%, 50%, seventy five%, and 100%) of stone aggregate by way of brick combination. using brick aggregate as a alternative of stone combination resulted reductions in unit weight, compressive energy, and modulus of elasticity of concrete with the aid of about 14.five%, 33%, and 28% respectively. special members of the family for determination of compressive electricity, splitting tensile power, and modulus of elasticity of blend-mixture concrete had been tentatively proposed.
Keywords – Standard Concrete, Brick Aggregate, Fire Resistance, Water Absorption
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