Comparative Study of Effect of Accelerated and Normal Curing on Compressive Strength of Concrete
vishakha saini
As we all know, concrete is the most extensively used building material in the world today, and compressive strength is the most desirable quality for its endurance in all weather situations. The question is, how can we know its compressive strength as soon as possible, since we need to know is the compressive strength of concrete in a short period of time, because if the required strength is not acquired, the entire project will be delayed. According to Indian standard regulations, the concrete shall be accepted or refused based on its 28-day normal cured strength. Normal concrete curing for 28 days is highly hard and time demanding for outcomes. There are no satisfactory outcomes for quantity durability. To reduce time consumption and resultant delays, rapid curing strength might be incredibly beneficial. According to IS-9013, only the 28-day strength of standard concrete from fast curing strength was predicted. This document discusses some of the efforts performed with fly ash concrete to get strength from the accelerated curing test.
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Unique Paper ID: 161316

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 283 - 285
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