IJMTES – COMPARATIVE STUDY ON STRENGTH OF FOAMED CONCRETE WITH CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE & AERATED CONCRETE

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

Paper Title : COMPARATIVE STUDY ON STRENGTH OF FOAMED CONCRETE WITH CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE & AERATED CONCRETE

Author’s Name : Yammanur Rajesh Sharma N Avinash Kumar Reddyunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 07 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 1-3

Abstract – This project is intended to determine both mechanical and physical properties of foamed concrete. These properties are critical in assessing the usage of foamed concrete in the industry. The compressive strength of foamed concrete is very less when compared to the conventional concrete because of the presence of voids. The permeability of foamed concrete is high when compared to conventional concrete. Due to the high workability of foamed concrete, it is very easily mixed, handled, transported and placed in the site. Different Percentages of aluminium powder (% of total volume) used are and comparative condition for foamed concrete. This thesis calculates compressive strength, split strength and flexural strengths for different cases.

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