USE OF BAMBOO ASH AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT IN FLY ASH BRICKS
Author(s):
Pallavi Dahat, Naseeruddin Haris, Hrutuja Bhoyar, Sohail Diwan, Faisal Pasha, Pratik Dhoke, Maaviya Quarishi, Tahir Sheikh
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USE OF BAMBOO ASH AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT IN FLY ASH BRICKS
Abstract
: The present high cost of construction materials in the country calls for alternative materials which will also be suitable for construction work. In this study, normal Fly Ash bricks was compared with partially replaced bamboo ash with cement in fly ash bricks which contained varying percentage of bamboo ash contents. The percentage of bamboo ash was varied in steps of 5% up to a maximum of 10%. The use of partially replace bamboo ash with cement in fly bricks helps in meeting the demand and requirement of cement used in the construction process by stakeholders and the public which does not have additional cost to procure rather lowering the cost when compared to ordinary Portland cement which in turn help to reduce over dependent on cement in order to produce more housing units to meet infrastructural projects and create employment opportunities.
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Unique Paper ID: 160497

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 649 - 653
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