Experimental Investigation On Partial Replacement Of Cement By Sugar Cane Bagasse Ash In Cement ConcreteJournal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2016-02-01
Authors : Prasanna; MANEETH P D; BRIJ BHUSHAN S; ROHAN S GURAV;
Page : 550-554
Keywords : Sugar Cane Bagasse Ash; Cement; M20 Grade Concrete; Partial Replacement;
Cement concrete is an adaptable building development material in structural designing and it is likewise one of the world's most broadly utilized development material around the globe in all development ventures and in numerous development applications. Essentially cement concrete is a composite blend of concrete, very much evaluated fine totals and coarse totals, water and admixtures. Development exercises and activities are expanding the world over which has come about into the extreme extraction and use of normally accessible materials like common waterway sand, stones and shakes, lime, earth, water and so forth. As of now the issues confronted by the utilization of cement concrete incorporates popularity of concrete solid, expense of bond and solid making materials, contamination, over the top extraction and use of common stream sand and stones, water and so forth. Since the sand is as a rule widely extricated from the waterway bed stores, it is exhausting at a speedier rate. Henceforth it is important to locate an option material, for example, mechanical waste slag and waste bits of stones from the stone quarries in the bond solid generation and waste ashes which are abundantly available in many sugar industries and Thermal power plants. This Project work manages the investigation of partial substitution of normal cement by sugar cane bagasse ash keeping the normal fine and coarse aggregates as constant materials in M20 evaluation of cement concrete. Sugar cane bagasse ash is a waste item got from the sugar factories. In this work, we have made an attempt to study the compressive, split tensile and flexural strength of M20 grade concrete by utilizing Sugar Cane Bagasse Ash as partial substitution to cement. The compressive strength test is studied for 14 and 28 days of curing period and the split tensile and flexural strength is studied for 14 and 28 days of curing period. The compressive strength of cement concrete is most elevated at 5% replacement of cement by SCBA with 19.348 N/mm2 at 14 days and 29.340 N/mm2 at 28 days of curing period, the split tensile strength of cement concrete is at 10% replacement of cement by SCBA is 2.876 N/mm2 at 28 days of curing period and the highest flexural strength of concrete is at 5% replacement cement by SCBA which is 4.108 N/mm2 at 28 days of curing period, which are higher than the typical traditional concrete. From this study it is concluded that the normal cement can be partially replaced by SCBA upto 25% of cement in M20 grade cement concrete.
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