A Review of the Mechanical Properties of Pervious Concrete and its Limitation
Rohit Khatri, Prof. H. K. Mahiyar
Pervious Concrete, Mechanical Properties, Porosity & Void ratio, Permeability, Density, Aggregate, Silica Fume, GGBFS.
As we can see, due to the impermeable surfaces built over time with the increase in urbanization, the groundwater table is currently evaporating at a faster rate. To address this issue, a special type of concrete that can be used in the construction industry has been introduced and is not brand-new to the world. Pervious concrete is a type of concrete that is permeable because the fine aggregate is either absent or present in very small quantities. Any sort of concrete must first be applied after studying the qualities and ideal dose of all the ingredients and admixtures for the structure's longevity. This review intends to investigate the effects of silica fume and copper slag, two additional cementitious materials studied in earlier studies, on the characteristics of pervious concrete. According to the findings of the research paper linked below, pervious concrete's mechanical qualities (compressive and flexural strength) are significantly impacted by the use of copper slag and silica fume in a set proportion.
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Unique Paper ID: 158369

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 367 - 373
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