Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement with Glass Powder in Concrete
R. Mahalakshmi, K. Manoj, U. Venkata Suneel, Ch. Sriram
Waste glass, Recycling, Cement, pozzolanic properties.
Glass powder is incredibly fine powder shows pozzolanic properties, which might be used as partial replacement of cement in concrete. Glass may be a common material employed in day-to-day life in constructions. Its lifetime is proscribed. After use, it is recycled or sent to landfills. Since glass is not biodegradable. So, land filling is not eco-friendly. Mix design M20 was casted by replacement of cement with Glass powder by weight at 0%, 10%, 20%. Cubes (Cube - 150*150*150mm) were prepared for testing after seven-, and twenty-eight-days natural process in water served as the control. The main objective is to compare the compressive strength for the designed mix specimen (M20) with conventional and replaced concretes.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 11

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