Experimental Investigation On The Compressive Strength Of Concrete By Partially Replacing Cement With GGBS

Bellam Yashoda, M Mujahid Ahmed

Abstract


Concrete is always expected to be stronger and more durable than in the past, while being cost and energy efficient. Moreover, the three major advantages that concrete possesses over other construction materials have to be conserved: the possibility of being fabricated practically anywhere; the ability to take the form imposed by the shape of a mould; and low cost of the components and the manufacture. These factors have driven the advances in improving the performance of concrete over years, and continue to do so. The need for improving the performance of concrete and concern for the environmental impact arising from the continually increasing demand for concrete, has led to the growing use of alternative materials component. It is now clear that materials such as silica fume, rice hush ash ,fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace blast furnace slag and metakaolin be produced from abundant natural material which are waste material have to be used to partially substitute cement or to complement it when high performance is needed.


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