EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT IN GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE
Author(s):
MD.Vikaruddin, M.RajKumar, V.Pranay, G.Supriya, D.Vamshi
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In today’s construction scenario, concrete is one of the most frequently used Building material. Concrete’s world wide usage has led the researchers to improvise its Properties, which required large quantities of Portland Cement. Ordinary Portland CementProduction is the second only to the automobile as the major generator of carbon dioxide, which pollute the atmosphere. Hence, it is inevitable to find an alternative material to the Existing most expensive, most resource consuming Portland Cement. Geopolymer Concrete is an innovative construction material which shall be produced by the chemicalAction of inorganic molecules. Fly Ash, a by- product of coal obtained from the thermal Power plant is plenty available worldwide, rich in silica and alumina reacted with alkaline Solution produced aluminosilicate gel that acted as the binding material for the concrete. It is an excellent alternative construction material to the existing plain cement concrete. Geoploymer concrete require oven drying curing which is not possible at site. Therefore, in our project we are adding some amount of cement to avail water curing suitable for site Utilization, for M25 grade of concrete up to 10%,20%&30% replacement of cement.
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Unique Paper ID: 161120

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 735 - 743
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