Bending Study of High Capacity Reinforced Concrete Beams


Authors : Sumit Sharma; Sumit Bhankhar

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 12 - December

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The use of factory-made derivatives improves the boundary with aggregates while decreasing the penetration of the mortar medium. The addition of chemicals results in higher strength and a noteworthy reduction in the amount of water added. To improve the overall quality of the concrete, we use factory-made derivatives such as residual ash, smoked silica, and steel slag aggregates. In case of high-performance concrete, such factory-made derivatives are used to improve properties such as durability and strength. To examine working execution of high-performance concrete, factory-made derivatives such as silica dust, residual ash, and furnace steel waste aggregates are used, which serve as substitutes for cement, fine aggregate, and coarse aggregate, respectively, which is the main focus of the work.

Keywords : High performance concrete, Residual ash, Furnace steel waste, Silica dust, bending strength

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