An Experimental Study on the Use of Magnetic Water in Concrete partially replacing silica fumes as cement and M Sand as Fine Aggregate
P.Selvapriya, R.A.Shivasakthivadivelan, P.Ayyanar
Magnetic water, Silica fumes, Manufacture sand (M SAND), Compressive strength, Tensile strength
n this work, the utilization of magnetized water in concrete was examined. Concrete paste preparation, which is a hydration process, requires water. In a variety of industries, including Ayurveda, healthcare, dairy production, agriculture, and oil, magnetized water is used. Many nations have adopted this technology, which has Russian and Chinese origins, for use in construction. The process, referred to as magnetized water (MW), improves the workability, durability, and strength of concrete. This study used manufactured sand as the fine aggregate at 50%, 60%, and 70% and magnetized water as cement to partially replace silica fume at 5%, 10%, and 15%. By exposing regular tap water to a magnetic field, which modifies some of its natural components, magnetized water was created. Normal tap water was transformed into magnetized water by being exposed to a magnetic field, which modifies some of the water's physical characteristics. This water was added to concrete to boost its flexural, compressive, and overall strength. In four instances, magnetic and regular water were used to prepare and cure concrete samples. For M25 grade, concrete cubes were cast, and they underwent 7, 14, 21, and 28 days of testing.
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