EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH AND DURABILITY PARAMETERS OF CONCRETE REPLACING CEMENT BY GLASS POWDER IN CONCRETE WITH DIFFERENT DOSAGES FOR M25 AND M30 CONCRETE
Author(s):
Pallavi R. Khobragade, Assoc. Prof. R. S. Kedar, Asst. Prof. S. N. Rokade
Keywords:
Glass powder, Ordinary Portland Cement, Coarse aggregate & Fine aggregates
Abstract
Concrete is commonly used as the main component in a building. Concrete is obtained by mixing Portland cement, water, aggregates, and sometimes added ingredients at certain comparisons in the form of chemicals, fibrous materials, and non-chemical materials. Utilization of glass powder waste for concrete mixtures is now being developed. This research is conducted to determine the optimum composition of glass powder as a partial replacement of sand against the compressive strength of concrete. The content of the glass powder mixture used is 10%, 20%, 30% & 40% of the weight of cement in the concrete mixture. This research focuses on studying the effect of waste glass on the properties of concrete mixture as a partial replacement of cement large studies undertaken to resolved the alkali silica reaction problems. Replacing cement by material like waste glass powder in concrete is increase the strength and introduces economy but also enhances the durability,
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Unique Paper ID: 158836

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 787 - 791
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