Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell Ash with Cement in Concrete
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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020

Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell Ash with Cement in Concrete

Rajesh Kumar

The Expense of Concrete Utilized In Solid Works Is on The Expansion and Exorbitant, Yet The Requirement For Lodging and Different Developments Requiring This Material Continues Developing With Increasing The Cost of Concrete Utilized In Solid Works Is on The Increment and Unreasonably Expensive, Yet The Requirement for Lodging and Different Developments Requiring This Material Continues Developing With Expanding Populace, Consequently The Need to Discover Elective Restricting Materials That Can Be Utilized Exclusively or In Fractional Substitution of Concrete. Farming Waste Material, For This Situation, Coconut Shells, Which Is an Ecological Contamination, are Gathered and Consumed in the Outdoors (Uncontrolled Burning) For Three Hours to Deliver Coconut Shell Ash (CSA), Which Thus was Utilized as Pozzolana In Fractional Substitution of Concrete In Solid Creation. Solid 3D Squares were Delivered Utilizing Different Substitution Levels of 0, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 Percent of CSA with OPC. An Aggregate of 30, 3D Squares Were Delivered and Restored By Drenching Them In Water For 7 and 28 Days Individually. Properties, For Example, Compressive Quality, Thickness, Setting Times and Pozzolanic Movement File Were Resolved. The Outcomes Indicated That The Densities of Solid 3D Shapes For 10 - 15 % Substitution Was Over 2400 Kg/M3 The Compressive Quality Expanded From 17.85 N/MM2 7days To 33.46N/MM2 At 28 Days Relieving Along These Lines Meeting The Necessity For Use In Both Substantial Weight and Light Weight Cementing. Along These Lines, 10 - 15 % Supplanting of OPC with CSA Is Suggested For both Overwhelming Weight and Light Weight Solid Creation.

Keywords: Compressive Strength, Cement, Coconut shell Ash, Course Aggregate, Fine Aggregate

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020

Pages: 46 - 51

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Rajesh Kumar, "Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell Ash with Cement in Concrete", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR20729140613, Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020, 46 - 51

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