P.Sitaramprasanth, Dr.S. Govindarajan, A S Kumar
Myk lacticrete powder, ground nut shell, OPC, compressive strength, tensile strength, split tensile, planting of plant in plot.
The green building can be named economical building which deals with ecological issues within or outside the building premises. These natural issues incorporate vitality effectiveness ventures to spare vitality, water protection and decrease in water utilization, indoor air quality, building air ventilation and light, diminishment of contaminations, better well-being, and reduction in heat absortion impacts. Among those natural issues heat absorption causes due to presents of pollution by fossil fuel. To reduce the heat absortion in green buildings heat absortion materials are necessary in conventional concrete. Myk lacticrete materials are widely used in many part of the world and consequently, large quantities of wastes are produced simultaneously by brick and tile manufacturers and from construction industry. Myk laticrete hydro ban is a thin ,load bearing waterproofing/cracks isolation membrane that does not require the use of fabric in the field, is a single component, self-curing liquid rubber polymer that form a flexible. Products are made from pastes which contain a high proportion of clay minerals. So it is responsible for long term strength and good durability. In this project the OPC53 grade. Cement has replaced by Myk laticrete hydro ban accordingly in the range of 0, 5, 10, 15 20 % and so on…respectively based on results. Groundnut shell is one of the use of organic waste in agriculture can reduce the need of chemical fertilizer and restore the organic carbon deficiency in the soil. As chemical fertilizers are causing ecological damage, an alternative method is required to replace the use of chemical fertilizers for the growth of vegetable plants. In this orientation, groundnut shells (230-300g/Kg) produced during processing is used as a natural fertilizer for the cultivation of vegetable plant, homemade plants, gardening of plants etc. , to increase their yield and to reduce the environmental pollution. So, we conducted a pot experiment to analyse the possibility of using groundnut shell compost as an alternative to chemical fertilizer in the cultivation of vegetable plants. In this experiment, I have planted a plant for that I did this experiment by groundnut shell compost. Among th
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