PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ON HYBRID FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE WITH VARIOUS PERCENTAGE OF MINERAL ADMIXTURE
Author(s):
Mohsin Nawaz, SATYENDRA DUBEY, Y.K BAJPAI
Keywords:
Mechanical properties, strength evaluation, polypropylene and steel fiber. Hybrid fiber, fibrous concrete, mono fiber
Abstract
Concrete is a man-made construction materials which is most commonly used in construction work in the world. It is obtained by mixing of water, cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and some minerals admixtures in necessary proportion are known as concrete. The hardened concrete can be worked as an artificial stone in which the voids of coarse are filled by the fine aggregates and cement. The hardening of concrete is caused by chemical reaction between cement, water, and reaction for a long time and hardening of concrete strong with the age. The properties of concrete depend on the quantity and proportion of the ingredients used in the mix and the control exercised in formwork and curing. The fly-ash contributing 5 - 10 percentage were used in concrete mixes by volume of cement and poly-propylene fiber, steel (crimped) fibers and hybrid fiber( poly-propylene and steel (crimped) fibers) of various proportions i.e. ranging from 4 ┬Čto 8 % as additives for each of the concrete mixes of M30 grade as per IS code method of mix design. Super plasticizer was also used in all mixes to make concrete better in workability.
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Unique Paper ID: 148589

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 3

Page(s): 176 - 179
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