BEHAVIOUR OF COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF M20 GRADE CONCRETE USING RUBER CRUMB, MAGNETIZED AND NORMAL WATER
Author(s):
Prasad Jadhav, V.S. Tiware, V.V. Mane, D.B. Mane, Ayus Adnaik, Gaurav Mahajan, Gaurav Sawant
Keywords:
Magnetise Water, Rubber Crumb, Compressive strength.
Abstract
Water plays an important role in the concrete preparation. It plays an important role in workability and strength of concrete. A new technology known as magnetized water is used to increase the workability and strength of concrete. At the same time, after pure water is magnetized, we should inject immediately the magnetized water into the sample baths of the instrument to measure their properties because the time, in which the magnetization effect can be retained, is finite. The experiments should be repeated about 2-3 times for their credibility. Hence normal water concrete with crumb rubber shows nearly same strength compared to normal water concrete, so waste can put to work. This paper aims to comparative study of M20 grade concrete with Crumb Rubber and magnetic water. The literature study showed that there can be improvement in compressive strength of concrete when it is used with magnetic water. the results here show the compressive strength of concrete can be considerably increased.
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Unique Paper ID: 156257

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 89 - 93
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