Tanushree P. Gurve, Kalyani S. Sadanshiv, Shejal A. Tembhurne, Sitara S. Nagrale, Kadambari M. Zarkar, Rani S. Dambhare, Sumit S. Sarkar
Reinforced, Mix Design, Concrete
The construction of block pavements has grown fast in the last decade. There is still a need for simple tools that could be applied to design. This paper analyzed and verified concrete block pavements for urban and local roads composed of rectangular concrete pavers with plane side surfaces. Three wheel positions, five blocks patterns, three bedding sand thicknesses and joints gaps have been considered to evaluate stress-strain condition on pavement materials. Fatigue and rutting verification was performed respectively for bound and unbound pavement materials using analytical curves available in the literature .The aim of this project is to determine the properties of those blocks that deteriorated rapidly in contrast with those that had provided long-term satisfactory service, and to identify test methods and specifications that will ensure that blocks are durable. This project covered major aspect of concrete mix design as the quality control measure of concrete production, as per the Indian Standard Code IS: 10262-1982. It is aimed at highlighting the importance of reinforced designed concrete as compared to ordinary ratio analysed concrete in concrete production for any civil / structural concrete work. It equally includes the whole laboratory test analysis, to determine the physical and geotechnical properties of the material needed for the design of reinforced concrete in order to attain the required data for the design procedure, in accordance to the parent material type and location, and specific density of the designed reinforced concrete, that will be suitable, adoptable, durable, economical, workable and generally safe for the structural design objective of the weather condition in any specific locality. In these project we use M20 grade of concrete.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

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