A Study on High Strength Concrete Incorporated with Micro and Nano Silica
Varun Singh, Ajay Singh, Ayush Sangal
High Strength Concrete, Nano silica, Micro silica / Silica fume, Fly ash, Mechanical Characteristic.
Concrete is a key component of both the current and the future's building materials. Increasing concrete's strength and durability is critical, given the world's population growth and the development of technologies to meet those needs. Therefore, the humidification mechanism of cement should be thoroughly explored, and better alternatives should be suggested to produce high-strength concrete (HSC). Hence, current study focuses on the design and development of HSC of strength M60 and M80 using micro and Nano-silica. This study involved using 40-60nm Nano-silica and 0.15 μm silica-fumes to surge the strength in compression of concrete. Experimental studies carried out on HSC are discussed in this paper with critical observations and take always. The paper also elaborates the future direction of research in HSC.
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Unique Paper ID: 162180

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 8

Page(s): 192 - 196
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