Emperor Journal of Applied Scientific Research [EJASR] - ISSN. No. 2581-964X (O)

Volume - III    Issue - 8    August - 2021

A Comparison on Strength Parameters of Different Types of Fibre Reinforced Concrete
R.Vijayan   /   S.Anbumeena   /   A.Rajeshwaran

Volume - III Issue - 8 August - 2021
DOI - http://dx.doi.org/10.35338/EJASR.2021.3801

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ABSTRACT

In this paper an undertaking is made to present the conceded consequences of a test examination did on hairfibre made concrete and Lathe fiber kept up with concrete. We have taken steel fiber from machine studio and hair fiber for this survey. Fiber content was separated from 1%, 2%, 3% and 4% by weight of cement. Effects of the expansion of these strands on the set properties of concrete were examined in M40 grade of concrete. The characteristics considered for assessment are compressive strength, split pliable and flexural strength. States of size 150 mm for compressive strength; light radiations 100 mm x 100 mm x 500 mm for flexural strength; work environments of 150mm width and 300mm length for split determination, were used as express depictions. The aggregate of the models were water diminished for 7, 14 and 28 days and tried as needs be.

Experimental Study of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Quarry Dust in Partial Replacement of Brick Material
Parthiban .P   /   S. Gunasekar   /   Anju .M .J

Volume - III Issue - 8 August - 2021
DOI - http://dx.doi.org/10.35338/EJASR.2021.3802

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For Economic, Environmental, and technical reasons, the use of industrial and agricultural waste products in industry has been the subject of research. Sugarcane Bagasse, like Ethanol vapor, is a fibrous waste product of the sugar refining industry. This waste product is already polluting the environment, necessitating immediate waste management solutions. During the sawing and polishing operations, the quarry industry creates a considerable quantity of waste, mostly in the form of powder, which pollutes and harms the environment. As a result, the goal of this article is to describe and assess the potential for utilising Bagasse Ash and Quarry Dust created by brick-making enterprises. Bagasse Ash and Quarry Dust were used as partial replacements for brick material in the ratios of 0 percent, 5 percent, 10 percent, 15 percent, and 20 percent for bricks of size 22cm 10.5 cm7.5 cm. The bricks were fired at 900°C for 24 hours before being evaluated for water absorption and compressive strength.
Keywords: Bricks, Quarry Dust, Bagasse Ash, Waste Management.