Experimental Analysis of Fiber Concrete with Waste Material
Author(s):
Jitendra Badwaya, Dharmendra Kurmi
Keywords:
Compressive strength, steel fibre, split tensile, steel fibre
Abstract
The strength of concrete is determined by using Flexural test and strength test of M40 concrete. Compressive strength, Flexural strength, Split tensile strength and Alkalinity test of concrete mixes made with and without steel fibre, sand and 6mm down basalt have determined at 7 & 28 days. The compressive and flexural strength have determined of 0.50%, 1%, 1.5%, 2%, 2.5% and 3%, steel fibre added M40 concrete. Results shows that the increase SF compressive strength of the cement is high as compare to M40 cement concrete. The compressive &flexural strength also determine for M40 with mix sand marble stone dust and kota stone dust,0.50%, 1%, 1.5% ,2%, 2.5% and 3%, steel fiber and 5% ,10%, 15%,20%,25% 30% mix sand of MSD, KSD. Compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength test were performed and results were analyzed to associate with above fiber combinations. Based on experimental studies, the paper identifies fiber combinations that demonstrate maximum compressive, split tensile and flexural strength of concrete. Relationship between compressive strength and split tensile strength, compressive strength and flexural strength is presented. M-40 concrete has determined compressive strength for the 7 & 28 days material. The three material cubes have taken for compressive strength test, every cube of 28 days strength is higher than the 7 days material strength. The percentage of SF mix is increases in the concrete M40 so increases compressive strength of the concrete materials. M-40 concrete with mix sand of MSD, KSD5% ,10%, 15%,20%,25% 30% by wt of sand and SF compressive strength for the 7 & 28 days material. The three material cubes have taken for compressive strength test, every cube of 28 days strength is higher than the 7 days material strength. The percentage of SF mix is increases in the concrete M40 so increases compressive strength of the concrete materials. The three material (M-40 concrete with mix steel fibre and sand) beams have taken for strength test, every beam of 28 days strength is higher than the 7 days material strength. The percentage of SF mix is increases in the concrete M40 so increases strength of the concrete materials
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Unique Paper ID: 149863

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 9

Page(s): 750 - 754
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