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Literature Review on Prediction of Compressive Strength of

Abstract - The compressive strength of concrete is the mostly used criterion in producing concrete. Compressive strength of concrete is determined by destructive testing of control specimens in a Compression Testing Machine (CTM) but testing for these specimens is a complicated and tedious task.

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain

Concrete is susceptible to damage during and after high-temperature exposure (most frequently in fire). The concrete partial strength re-gain after a high-temperature exposure obtained by the rehydration process is undoubtedly an advantage of this construction material. However, to use fire-damaged

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain

Jul 21, 2021  A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain Strength after Fire Exposure Based on the Heat Accumulation Factor by Michał Pasztetnik and Roman Wróblewski * Faculty of Civil Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, 50-370 Wrocław, Poland * Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Academic Editor: Jeong-Gook Jang

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Literature Review On Concrete - 2957 Words Bartleby

1. Literature review on concrete: The definition of high strength changes over the years as concrete strength used in the field increases. Any construction activity requires several materials such as concrete, steel, brick, stone, glass, clay, mud, wood, and so on.

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Pervious Concrete Research Literature Review

strength. The pervious concrete can only be applied to squares, footpaths, parking lots, and paths in parks. Using selected aggregates, fine mineral, admixtures, organic intensifiers and by adjusting the concrete mix proportion, strength and abrasion resistance can improve the pervious concrete greatly. 522R-10: Report on Pervious Concrete

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(PDF) REVIEW ON EARLY STRENGTH CONCRETE

Dec 14, 2020  A brief literature review about the influence of mineral admixture (alccofine), chemical admixtures on the fresh concrete, and their effect on strength and durability behaviour of concrete is...

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A review on strength development of high performance

Nov 08, 2021  To produce a concrete with high strength, a reduced w/b ratio is required, usually in the range of 0.22–0.35 [1]. The fact that a required low w/b ratio for HPC does not only lead to strength improvement but also affects other properties of the concrete paves the way towards a need to understand the microstructure and composition of HPC.

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(PDF) A Comparative Study of Concrete Strength Using

Jan 01, 2017  concretes was carried out according to the method of ‘Dreux-Gorisse’. The results of the analysis show that concrete made from crushed basalt (CSB) has very good mechanical strengths (34 MPa at 28...

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain

Materials 2021, 14, 4719 2 of 36 Destructive and non-destructive assessment of strength is possible [11–14], but providing enough information for structural calculations is a crucial issue.

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain Strength after

The recovery of the strength of concrete due to post-fire re-curing is important when assessing the residual strength of concrete, and it was proven in many articles (Table 9). This restoration can be attributed to the rehydration of cement that was dehydrated at high temperatures . An essential factor in this phenomenon is moisture, which is ...

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A review on strength development of high performance concrete

Nov 08, 2021  1. Introduction. HPC can be defined as a concrete in which utmost care has been taken in all necessary operations in order to give the concrete the most appropriate performance properties in the environment in which it is placed .HPC usually refers to concrete with superior mechanical and durability properties , or a concrete with 28d compressive strength above 70

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Green Concrete: A Literature Review – IJERT

May 31, 2018  However, HVFA concrete displayed better fire performance compared to PC concrete. It was recommended not to mix slag with FA as it reduced the strength of concrete [8]. Recycled Aggregate Concrete. A study was performed to examine the properties of self-compacting concrete using RA. NA was replaced with RA by rates of 10%, 20%, 30% and 40%.

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COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH STUDY OF GREEN CONCRETE BY

To cast cubes by using different ingredients as per the Indian Standards. To test the casted cubes for strength after 7, 28 and 56 days of curing respectively by performing compressive strength test. To compare between conventional concrete and green concrete based on various parameters. 4. LITERATURE REVIEW Some of the research papers ...

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REVIEW ON THE STUDY OF SELF CURING CONCRETE - IJARIIE

was a increase in the strength for dosage from 0.2to 0.3 % and later reduced. Selfcured concrete using SAP was more economical than conventional cured concrete ,El-Dieb (2007) [11 ] studied water retention of concrete using water-soluble polymericglycol as self-curing agent. Concrete weight loss and internal relative humidity measurements with ...

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LITERATURE REVIEW ON ROLE OF VMA IN CONCRETE

limits. SCC was developed without using VMA in this study. Further, compressive strength at the ages of 7, 28, and 90 days was also determined. By using the OPC 43 grade, normal strength of 25 MPa to 33 MPa at 28-days was obtained, keeping the cement content around 350 kg/m3 to 414 kg/m3. [6]

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A simplified regression-based approach for concrete mechanical ...

Jul 08, 2022  This paper comprises a literature review study for compressive strength, tensile strength, maximum strain at peak stress, and initial elastic modulus of concrete under various temperature ranges to establish sensitivity among them. ... The split tensile strength of concrete is investigated using compressive loads of 0, 20, 40, and 60% of ...

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A LITERATURE REVIEW ON INTERNAL CURING OF CONCRETE

Jul 31, 2019  Effective curing imparts strength and durability to concrete. According to American Concrete Institute 308 code “internal curing is a process by which the hydration of cement occurs due to availability of additional internal water that may results complete process of hydration”. Traditionally, curing of concrete means creating conditions such that to prevent

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Concrete compressive strength using artificial neural networks

Dec 10, 2019  The non-destructive testing of concrete structures with methods such as ultrasonic pulse velocity and Schmidt rebound hammer test is of utmost technical importance. Non-destructive testing methods do not require sampling, and they are simple, fast to perform, and efficient. However, these methods result in large dispersion of the values they estimate,

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Concrete Sustainability Survey and Literature Review

Jun 19, 2014  A literature survey on concrete sustainability techniques. ... Concrete Sustainability Survey and Literature Review 1. [INDEPENDENT STUDY: CONCRETE SUSTAINABILITY] July 20, 2012 Dada Page 1 Independent Study Survey: Sustainable, “Green” Concrete July 20, 2012 Mentor: Dr. Fouad Fouad Student: Austin Dada University of Alabama

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A LITERATURE REVIEW ON INTERNAL CURING OF CONCRETE

2. Internally cured concrete will be having more strength compare to normally cured concrete. For maximum strength gain 1% of PEG-400 is found to 4. Fine aggregates with 20% replaced by light weight aggregate will develop maximum strength at 1% of PEG-5. Curing can also be achieved by replacing fine aggregate partially with saw dust.

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Recycling of marble waste: A review based on strength of concrete ...

Feb 01, 2019  A literature review by Arel (2016) examined studies that focused on the use of waste marble to replace cement and aggregate in concrete production. Recycling of waste marble as opposed to aggregate in concrete increased the compressive strength.

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Study on Self Compacting Concrete – A Review – IJERT

Feb 24, 2016  Study on Self Compacting Concrete - A Review - written by K. Sathish Raja, Dinesh. A published on 2016/02/24 download full article with reference data and citations ... Review of Literature. ... Production of High strength self compacting concrete using recycled concrete as fine and/or coarse aggregate, World applied sciences Journal 29 (4): pp ...

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Concrete Incorporating Waste Material Thermal Performance

An experimental research into the thermal performance of concrete using waste materials was based on an inquiry into the thermal, chemical, and mechanical properties of waste concrete incorporating a variety of waste materials. A number of experimental data from the investigations and market conditions showed a positive trend in the industry.

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A Literature Review of Concrete Ability to Sustain Strength after

The recovery of the strength of concrete due to post-fire re-curing is important when assessing the residual strength of concrete, and it was proven in many articles (Table 9). This restoration can be attributed to the rehydration of cement that was dehydrated at high temperatures . An essential factor in this phenomenon is moisture, which is ...

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A review on strength development of high performance concrete

Nov 08, 2021  1. Introduction. HPC can be defined as a concrete in which utmost care has been taken in all necessary operations in order to give the concrete the most appropriate performance properties in the environment in which it is placed .HPC usually refers to concrete with superior mechanical and durability properties , or a concrete with 28d compressive strength above 70

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REVIEW ON THE STUDY OF SELF CURING CONCRETE - IJARIIE

was a increase in the strength for dosage from 0.2to 0.3 % and later reduced. Selfcured concrete using SAP was more economical than conventional cured concrete ,El-Dieb (2007) [11 ] studied water retention of concrete using water-soluble polymericglycol as self-curing agent. Concrete weight loss and internal relative humidity measurements with ...

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COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH STUDY OF GREEN CONCRETE BY

To cast cubes by using different ingredients as per the Indian Standards. To test the casted cubes for strength after 7, 28 and 56 days of curing respectively by performing compressive strength test. To compare between conventional concrete and green concrete based on various parameters. 4. LITERATURE REVIEW Some of the research papers ...

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A simplified regression-based approach for concrete mechanical ...

Jul 08, 2022  This paper comprises a literature review study for compressive strength, tensile strength, maximum strain at peak stress, and initial elastic modulus of concrete under various temperature ranges to establish sensitivity among them. ... The split tensile strength of concrete is investigated using compressive loads of 0, 20, 40, and 60% of ...

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Literature Review: Self-Compacted Concrete ipl

2.1 Literature Review. Self-compacted concrete is a material used where it is suitable for placing the concrete itself. It is also used in the congested areas without using vibrators or other mechanical equipment. Development of SCC material used for SCC and test methods. 2.2 Self-Compacting Concrete SCC and its Background.

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Experimental study on strength and durability properties of concrete

Oct 20, 2016  Furthermore, this study examined the properties of concrete by partially replacing the cement by Alccofine and fine aggregate by Crumb Rubber (CR) by varying weight percentages of Alccofine (5%, 10%, 15%) and CR (2%, 4%, 6%, 8%) respectively. Test done on sample Physical and mechanical properties of aggregates, compressive strength of concrete.

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Literature Review on Self Compacting Concretes Containing

III. REVIEW OFLITERATURE 3.1 Durability Study on concrete with Metakaolin Badogiannis(1) et.al (2014) examined the durability of metakaolin based self-compacting concrete. In this study concrete was prepared by replacing cement with metakaolin. The properties such as open porosity, sorptivity, water and gas

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Literature Review on Bamboo as A Reinforcement in Concrete Structure

Published 2016. Engineering. Bamboo is used as a construction material from earlier days of construction. It was used as reinforcement in rural area and as formwork also. Concrete is a brittle material so it cannot be used as a single material in construction due to its low tensile strength. In this study we tried to find out the properties of ...

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Literature Review PDF Strength Of Materials Reinforced Concrete

Literature Review - Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. lit review

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Experimental study on lightweight concrete using pumice

Jan 01, 2021  A good aggregate should produce the desired properties in both the fresh and hardened concrete. Based on literature review, ... aggregate is the optimum replacement level and the increasing percentage of pumice aggregate decreases the strength of concrete . 3.3. The study on strength properties of lightweight concrete using lightweight ...

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Literature Review Of Self-Curing Concrete ipl

Strength of self-curing concrete will be on par with conventional concrete. Self-curing concrete will be the answer to many difficulties or problems faced due to lack of proper curing. A.AielsteinRozario, Dr.C.Freeda Christy, M.HannahAngelin stated that the permeability of concrete will decreases with the increase in the replacement of fly ash ...

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Concrete Incorporating Waste Material Thermal Performance

An experimental research into the thermal performance of concrete using waste materials was based on an inquiry into the thermal, chemical, and mechanical properties of waste concrete incorporating a variety of waste materials. A number of experimental data from the investigations and market conditions showed a positive trend in the industry.

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Translucent Concrete: Literature - Blogger

Nov 19, 2013  Sergio Galvan (2007), studied formulation using a mixture of polycarbonate and epoxy materials, as well as glass fibers, optical fibers, colloidal silica, silica, diethylentriamine (DETA) and Portland cement. Gravel and sand are replaced by resins and fibers. They claim the invention has greater mechanical strength properties than those of a standard concrete, with

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