Manank Patel, Jay Rathod, Para Bhatt, Drashti Chaudhari, Noreen Pathan, Sagar Naik
Corn cob ash powder, Cement, Fine aggregate, Coarse aggregate, Water
One of the major environmental challenges facing municipalities around the world is the disposal of dilapidated agricultural waste. In order to solve this global problem, several studies have been conducted to study the various applications of corn cob ash powder. It is this intention to propose the use of corn cob ash as a substitute for concrete in concrete for experimental research. In this experimental research work, corn cob ash powder was taken from Rahi agro- industries Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India used in M20 grade of concrete by replacing cement with variation by weight and compare with a normal M20 grade of concrete to check the performance of corn cob ash powder in concrete. This experimental work divided into the three-phase feasibility of corn cob ash powder with partial replace with cement to check the behaviour or of corn cob ash powder in concrete. In second phase corn cob ash powder replaced with cement at 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% by weight in concrete to check mechanical and also workability of concrete. In the third phase try to determine the durability of concrete. The present study is to investigate the effect of corn cob ash powder in concrete.