Behavior Of Pavement Pervious Concrete For Partial Replacement Of Cement With Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag (GGBS)
Mr. Shreepad M. Gangarde, Prof. P. K. Bhandari
GGBS, IRC44, Pervious concrete, Pavement.
Pervious concrete is a type of lightweight concrete that is porous, obtained by detaching sand from the normal concrete mix, therefore it really known as a no-fine concrete. The advantage of this type of concrete are lower density, less cost due to lower cement content and no use of fine aggregate. Pavements porous concrete is a noble structure design in the urban management development generally enabling water to be permeated within its structure. It has also capable in the same time to cater dynamic loading. Due to the negative effects that derive from large impervious surfaces in urban areas, pervious concrete has been developed, and has become an environmentally friendly pavement material. As a porous and permeable material, pervious concrete presents an overwhelming advantage in solving urban problems, such as flooding, groundwater decline, urban heat island phenomena, etc. The increasing use of pervious concrete as sustainable and environment-friendly paving materials is primarily owed to its ability to reduce pavement runoff. The mechanical and transport properties of pervious concrete with 20% ground-granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) replacement were examined.
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