Experimental study on bentonite with Silica fume as partial replacement of cement in M20 grade concrete
Shruthi H, Dr.G.Arunkumar
bentonite, silica fume, CO2 emissions
An evaluation of the usage of supplemental cementitious materials in concrete is done using bentonite and silica fume as a blend with regular Portland cement. Environmental concerns over the harm done by raw material extraction and CO2 emissions during cement production have increased pressure to limit cement use by incorporating additional ingredients. Portland cement and pozzolan mixes are frequently utilized in the manufacturing of concrete to solve environmental issues and economic benefits. So, the purpose of this study is to explore the range of proportions of bentonite and silica fume which was used as a partial replacement to regular Portland cement that can be identified to be suitable for various applications in the construction sector
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Unique Paper ID: 158800

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 755 - 757
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