Experimental Study of Self-Compacting Concrete with Plastic Fibre

Atulpal Singh Pawar, Sourabh Dashore


Self-compacting concrete is a mixture that might be compacted into all corners of formwork, by means of its self weight and without the requirement for vibrating compaction. In spite of its high flow ability, the coarse aggregate is not segregated. Thus SCC eliminates the need of vibration either external or internal for compaction of concrete without compromising its engineering properties. The filling capacity, passing capacity and strength can be considered as the principle properties of new SCC. Solidified mechanical properties of SCC are like that of typically vibrated cement. The transfer of waste plastics after their utilization is making a risk nature.

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