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International Journal of Computational Engineering Research

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Research Article  open access
Compressive Strength of GGBS, Metakaolin and Glass Fibers Based High Performance Concrete
Sachin Patil || Veeresh H M || Sagar H || Shrinivas || Tippanna
India
Paper Indexed : : 03.3005/xxxxxxx
International Journal of Computational Engineering Research, Volume 09 ~ Issue 08 (August – 2019)

Abstract

The extent of present exploration is studying and assessing the outcome of replacing of cement with a variety of proportions of each of Metakaoline&GGBS (0%, 5 %, 10 %& 15%) for aggregate binder ratio of 1.75 along withwater-binder ratio of 0.275 within distinctive proportions of glass fibers (0%, 0.5 %, & 0.75 % ) along with consistent percent of polypropylene fibers of 0.25 % to generate High performance Concrete. Cubes are treated at seven as well as twenty-eight days and then evaluated for compressive strength.

Keywords: Metakaoline, GGBS, Glass Fibres, Polypropylene fibers, High-Performance Concrete, Conplast SP-430, Compressive strength.

Research Article  open access
The Influence of GGBS and Glass Fibers on Compressive Strength of Concrete Pavement
Sachin Patil || Veeresh H M || Sagar || Akshay || Shanwaj Nadaf
India
Paper Indexed : : 03.3005/xxxxxxx
International Journal of Computational Engineering Research, Volume 09 ~ Issue 08 (August – 2019)

Abstract

The present paper deals with study ofcompressive strength of rigid road pavements by replacing 15% of fine aggregate with M sand. Water binder ratio of 0.30is incorporated where cement is partially replaced by Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag by0%, 10%, 20% and 30% which is a mineral admixture and Glass Fibresare added by 0.5% and 0.75%. To improve workability of mixes, super plasticizerConplast SP-430is used (0.8%).This study examines compressive strength of concrete mixtures containing various combinations of GGBS based Glass Fibre reinforced concrete pavement mixes designed by Absolute Volume Method. Cubes of 100x100x100 mm are cast, cured for 7 & 28 days before testing. The results are analyzed and useful conclusions are drawn.

Keywords: GGBS, M Sand, Concrete Pavement, Glass Fibres, Compressive Strength, Sand Replacement, Rigid Pavement.

Research Article  open access
The Influence of GGBS,Metakaolin and Glass Fibers on Compressive Strength of Concrete Pavement
Sachin Patil || Veeresh H M || Sagar || Amaresh K Bavikatti || Veeresh Kumbar
India
Paper Indexed : : 03.3005/xxxxxxx
International Journal of Computational Engineering Research, Volume 09 ~ Issue 08 (August – 2019)

Abstract

The present paper deals with analysis of rigid pavements made by usingM Sand as fine aggregate. Water binder ratio of 0.300 is used where cement is partially replaced by Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag& Metakaolin0%, 10%, 20% and 30%. Glass fibre is added by 0.5% and 0.75%. To improve workability of mixes, super plasticizers Conplast SP-430 is used. This study examines compressive strength of concrete mixtures containing various combinations of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag& Metakaolinbased glass fibre reinforced concrete pavement mixes designed by Absolute volume method. Cubes of 100x100x100 mmare cast, cured for 7 & 28 days before testing. The results are analyzed and useful conclusions are drawn.

Keywords: Metakaolin, GGBS, Glass Fibres, Rigid Pavement, Compressive strength, Super plasticizer, Absolute volume method.

Research Article  open access
The Influence of GGBS and Glass Fibers on Flexural Strength of Concrete Pavement
Sachin Patil || Veeresh H.M || Sagar || Praveena Kumar Ojanahalli || Shiva Kumar H.K
India
Paper Indexed : : 03.3005/xxxxxxx
International Journal of Computational Engineering Research, Volume 09 ~ Issue 08 (August – 2019)

Abstract

The present paper deals with study offlexuralstrength of rigid road pavements by replacing 15% of fine aggregate with M sand. Water binder ratio of 0.30isused where cement is partially replaced by Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag by0%, 10%, 20% and 30% which is a mineral admixture and Glass Fibresare added by 0.5% and 0.75%. To improve workability of mixes, super plasticizerConplast SP-430is used (0.8%).This study examines flexuralstrength of concrete mixtures containing various combinations of GGBS based Glass Fibre reinforced concrete pavement mixes designed by Absolute Volume Method. Beams of 100x100x500 mm are cast, cured for 7 & 28 days before testing. The results are analyzed and useful conclusions are drawn.

Keywords: GGBS, M Sand, Concrete Pavement, Glass Fibres, Flexural Strength, Sand Replacement, Rigid Pavement.