A Partial Replacement of Natural Sand by M Sand in Bacterial Concrete
Dr. K.Chandramouli, Dr.N.Pannirselvam, J.Sree Naga Chaitanya, D.Venkateswara
Bacterial Concrete, coarse aggregate, compressive strength, fine aggregate, M Sand.
Concrete is used worldwide and hence the usages of its constituents play a major role in determining its health. The vast majority of it contains fine aggregate. River sand, which is readily available, is commonly used as a fine total in many countries. The increased demand for concrete has led this common sand asset to deteriorate. On the one hand, the abundant consumption of river sand has had incredibly clear natural impacts. Essentially, the amount of M Sand added by weight was 10, 20, 30 and 40% of the fine total substitution in concrete, respectively. By adding bacterial into the concrete performed well in durability and 30% of M Sand showed better performance towards strength for M20 and M40 grade of concrete.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 30 - 35
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