Influence on Compressive Stregnth of Concrete on Addition of Micro Alumina Particles to Cement
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Research Paper | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

Influence on Compressive Stregnth of Concrete on Addition of Micro Alumina Particles to Cement

Vishnu Chakravarty, Pukhraj Sahu

In this experimental work, micro Alumina particles have been mixed in M 25 grade concrete with various percentage (by weight of cement) to know the effect of micro Alumina particles on compressive strength of concrete. The percentages of micro Alumina particles range from 0 % to 15 % with an increment of 1 %. For each sample three specimens were casted and tested for 7 days compressive strength and three specimens were casted and tested for 28 days compressive strength. The compressive strength test has been conducted after 7 days curing and 28 days curing. The specimens containing 4 % of micro Alumina particles showed peak average compressive strength of 22.6N/mm at 7 days age, which was 13 % higher than average compressive strength of controlled specimens at 7 days age. The specimens containing 12 % of micro Alumina particle showed peak average compressive strength of 40.51N/mm at 28 days age, which was 22.79 % higher than average compressive strength of controlled specimens at 28 days.

Keywords: Micro Alumina, Concrete, Cement, Compressive Strength

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020

Pages: 563 - 567

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Vishnu Chakravarty, Pukhraj Sahu, "Influence on Compressive Stregnth of Concrete on Addition of Micro Alumina Particles to Cement", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20208163746, Volume 9 Issue 2, February 2020, 563 - 567

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