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Journal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.8, No. 7)

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Page : 1195-1201

Keywords : Air pollution; eco-friendly; pozzolonic; adverse effects; bagasse ash; by-product; compressive & split tensile strength; Results.;

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The 10% of replacement of bagasse ash gives maximum compressive strength at 28 days as compared to 5% & replacement of SCBA. Beyond 10% replacement of bagasse ash, the strength was decreased. Workability of the mixtures dependent primarily on the percentage of SCBA used. This is consistent with the porous particle size served to enhance absorption of water. Only the slump properties of 10% SCBA mixture were acceptable, while the other mixtures were compromised by a decrease in slump relative to the amount of SCBA percent. The compressive strength results represent that nature of SCBA particles whereby a greater surface area. The greatest compressive strength, split tensile strength were achieved when the mixture contained 10%. Hence we concluded that cement replacement up to 10% by SCBA effectively replaced with sugarcane bagasse ash without considerable loss of workability and strength.

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