EFFECT OF ELEVATED TEMPERATURES ON DOLOMITE CONCRETE
Author(s):
Dr. Kota Srinivasu, Dr.K.Chandramouli, J.Sree Naga Chaitanya, K.Bhavani
Keywords:
compressive strength, Dolomite Powder, M-30 Grade, Elevated Temperatures, Split-tensile Strength.
Abstract
This examination presents the after effects of examination of the impacts of raised temperatures on the compressive strength of Grade 30 cement. An aggregate of fifty shape examples were projected, relieved in water at surrounding temperature in the research facility and exposed to different temperature systems prior to testing. A substantial blend of 1:1:3 (concrete: fine totals: coarse totals) with water content proportion of 0.44, fine totals lying in zone III of sifter tests just as rock of greatest size 12.5mm was intended for these examinations. Examples relieved for 7 and 28 Days were exposed to uniaxial compressive stacking tests at room and raised temperature of 200 degree Celsius to 400 degrees Celsius at four to eight-hour span. The outcomes decline in compressive strength at the prior cited temperatures separately. At a raised temperature of 400 degrees Celsius a pinnacle decrease of in compressive strength was noticed.
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Unique Paper ID: 152870

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 677 - 679
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