Effect of Bentonite on Behaviour of Mortar by Partially Replacing OPC With Coconut Waste Ash : A Review
Author(s):
Pratiksha Thool, Shubhangi Nidhekar, Vaibhav Hinge, Krushak Gawande, Sumit Bhopaye, Vaibhav Kalmegh
Keywords:
Bentonite, coconut shell ash, physical and chemical properties, partial replacement, mortar, compressive strength test.
Abstract
Mortar is construction material a combination of sand and cement. Amount of cement production emits approximately equal amount carbon dioxide into atmosphere cement production is consuming significant amount of natural resources. To over come the ill effect new material can be used partial replace instead of cement. pozzolanic materials in concrete and mortar will be a better solution for this problem. several studies were available for pozzolanic material like fly ash, ground granular blast furnace slag, and silica flume as a pozzolanic materials in concrete and mortar. A few literature were available on bentonite and coconut shell ash as a construction material in concrete and mortar. coconut shell ash and bentonite is clay contains silicon amounts obeys the poozolanic properties. This paper presents the overview of research work presented on physical and chemical performances in cement mortar like consistency, setting times and compressive strength made by the bentonite and coconut shell ash as partial replacement of cement in mortar.
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Unique Paper ID: 151706

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 567 - 571
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