Properties of Self Compacting Concrete using GGBS and

PDF Durability Properties of High Strength Self Compacting

The use of High Strength Self Compacting in prestressed concrete construction makes early transfer of prestress, greater span-depth ratio and application of heavy service loads. High Strength Self Compacting has good durability properties. It reduces the corrosion of reinforcement steel and aggressive chemicals attacks. From above durability

Learn More
Specifying Sustainable Concrete

Another way of reducing the embodied carbon in concrete is to use cement replacements such as ground granulated blast-furnace slag (ggbs) or fly ash. The most recent version of the concrete specification code BS 8500 allows the use of ternary cements which are blends of CEM1 (Portland cement), ggbs or fly ash, and limestone fines.

Learn More
Effect of Silica fume, Rice Husk Ash and GGBS on Self

these pozzolanic materials on Self compacting concrete. Key Words: Self compacting concrete, silica fume, rice husk ash, ggbs, flowability, compressive strength. 1. INTRODUCTION Self compacting aggregate givers better result in strength.concrete development began in Japan in the early 1980s because of concerns about concrete

Learn More
Indian Concrete Journal

It has several advantages over normal vibrated concrete as it deforms under its own weight and no vibrations are needed for placing the concrete. The primary objective of this study is to understand the effect of Ground Granulated Blast-furnace Slag (GGBS) on the fresh, the hardened and the durability properties of self-compacting concrete.

Learn More
Top PDF 10. STUDY ON WORKABILITY AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

study on workability and mechanical properties of glass fibre reinforced self compacting concrete using ggbs and metakaolin Concrete needed to perform the test is 6 litres and it is sampled normally .Wet the base plate and also inside of slump cone.

Learn More
PDF Experimental Study of Self Compacting Concrete made With

available can be use as admixture in self compacting concrete. Keywords: Rice Husk Ash, GGBS (Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag) I. INTRODUCTION More than hundred papers are reviewed and presented in the main thesis, out of which few important reports have been presented. Self compacting concrete was developed at first in

Learn More
PDF Research Article Effect of Magnesium Sulphate on Self

is known as GGBS. e hydraulic properties may vary and can be separated into grades according to ASTM C [ ]. e objectives of this paper are to assess and nd the best indicator for concrete deterioration due to accelerated sulphate attack and to investigate the e ect of RHA, FA, and GGBS on concrete resistance to sulphate attack. e

Learn More
PDF Experimental study on self-compacting concrete SCC using

Self-compacting concrete (SCC) is a flowing concrete mixture that is able to consolidate under its own weight. The highly fluid nature of SCC makes it suitable for placing in difficult conditions and in section with congested reinforcement. Use of SCC can also help minimize hearing-related damages on the worksite that are induced by vibration of concrete. Another advantage of SCC is that the time required to place large sections is considerably reduced.

Learn More
PDF Combined Effect of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag

The proposed study is being carried out to develop self compacting concrete using GGBS and Metakaolin in varying combinations for use in the Indian conditions. Following guidelines of EFNARC for rheological properties of concrete in fresh state and using Japanese method of mix design as reference, mix

Learn More
Sika® ViscoCrete®-3110 | PCE based Super-plasticizers

Sika® ViscoCrete®-3110 is a third generation polycarboxylate based superplasticizer for concrete. It has been particularly developed for use in ready mixed concrete to give extended slump retention and high strength development of normal grade concrete mixes. Sika® ViscoCrete®-3110 is suitable for use in concrete mixes containing microsilica and other pozzolanic materials such as GGBS and

Learn More
Effect of mineral admixture type on stability and rheological

in Algeria, such as blast furnace slag, natural pozzolana and limestone fillers on the properties of fresh self-compacting concrete 

Learn More
Classification of concrete - we civil engineers

Special concrete is defined as "concrete which meets special performance an uniformity requirements that cannot always be achieved routinely by using only conventional materials and normal mixing, placing and curing practices". TYPES OF SPECIAL CONCRETE. 1. High Volume Fly Ash Concrete. 2. Silica fume concrete. 3. GGBS, Slag based concrete. 4.

Learn More
Open Access proceedings Journal of Physics: Conference series

4. Studies focused on types of GGBS concrete In this section the properties of concrete containing ultra-fine GGBS and the self-compacting concrete containing GGBS are discussed. 4.1Ultrafine GGBS Teng et al [11] conducted experiments with Ultrafine GGBS having surface area

Learn More
PDF Mix Design Procedure for Self Compacting Concrete

The hardened concrete is dense, homogeneous and has the same engineering properties and durability as traditional vibrated concrete. Concrete that requires little vibration or compaction has been used in Europe since the early 1970s but self-compacting concrete was not developed until the late 1980's in Japan.

Learn More
PDF Comparison of Self Compacting Concrete (SSC) containing

Comparison of Self Compacting Concrete (SSC) containing Fly Ash, Ground Granulate Blast Furnace Slag this very time also in order to modify and enhance the properties of concrete, be it its compressive strength, tensile and flexural strength, aesthetic looks, and compaction and consolidation properties. Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) was

Learn More
PDF Evaluation of Mechanical Properties of High Performance

strength and durability properties for the structure which includes the use of Fly Ash,GGBS( Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag),Metakaoline ,Silica fume in definite proportions in concrete mix.The h)aim of present work is to understand the behavior of High Performance Self Compacting concrete

Learn More
A Study on Compatibility of Super Plasticizers with GGBS

production of flowing, self -leveling, self compacting and for the production of high strength and high performance concrete [1]. Ground granulated blast furnace slag is similar to ordinary cement along with fineness, setting time, soundness and strength. It is recognized that the rate of hardening of GGBS in mortar or concrete is

Learn More
PDF The Effect of Limestone Filler on the Properties of Self

The air content in the concrete mixtures was determined according to the PN-EN 12350-7 standard: Testing fresh concrete. Part 7. Air content. Pressure methods. The rheological parameters of the self compacting concretes were measured using the rotation rheometer ConTec Viscometer 4. The yield stress (τ 0) and plastic viscosity

Learn More
Experimental Studies on Rheological and Durability

In the production of Self Compacting concrete (SCC), the use of quaternary blend of supplementary cementitious materials (SCM's) has not found enough applications. For this purpose, an effort has been done to present a mix design for M60 grade and M80 grade SCC with quaternary blending of fly ash(FA), ground granulated blast furnace slag

Learn More
The Effect of Styrofoam Artificial Lightweight Aggregate

Basa, B. and Sethi J., "Fresh And Hardened Properties of Self Compacting Concrete using Fly Ash Lightweight Aggregate as Partial Replacement of Natural Coarse Aggregate," International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (August 2016): 7(4), 498-505.

Learn More
Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(22), DOI

Evaluation of Strength Behavior of Self-Compacting Concrete using Alccofine and GGBS as Partial Replacement of Cement 2 Vol 9 (22) une 2016 ww.indst.org Indian ournal of Science and Technology 2. Experimental Investigations 2.1 Materials 2.1.1 Cement 53 grade-Ordinary Portland cement have used in research.

Learn More
Properties of Fresh Macro Basalt Fibre (MiniBar) Self

In the first series, the flow characteristics of fresh state, conventional and self-compacting macro basalt fibre concrete were studied. In the second series, mechanical properties of high performance and medium strength macro basalt fibre concrete including the post-cracking behaviour, compressive strength and electrical resistivity were in focus.

Learn More
Article: Environment sustainable construction materials

Abstract: An experimental investigation was carried out to study the properties of self-compacting concrete (SCC) prepared with different mineral admixtures and water-binder ratios. The mixes were designed for M60 grade of concrete and prepared with three steps of addition of GGBS and silica fume and were made with four steps of fly ash as

Learn More
DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH STRENGTH SELF CONSOLIDATING

Self Consolidating Concrete containing/using GGBS, fly ash, and cement as a binder and its effect on the compressive strength of concrete at standard water-cement ratio in self-compacting concrete. It is found that the compressive strength of self-compacting concrete decreases with increasing in temperature.

Learn More
PDF Self-compacting Concrete: the Role of The Particle Size

This paper addresses experiments and theories on Self-Compacting Concrete. The "Chinese Method", as developed by Su et al. [1] and Su and Miao [2] and adapted to European circumstances, serves as a basis for the development of new concrete mixes. Mixes, consisting of slag blended cement, gravel (4-16mm), three types of sand (0-1, 0-2 and 0-

Learn More
Concrete Mix Design for M30 grade for Self Compacting

1. Concrete Mix Design for M30 grade for Self Compacting Concrete. Concrete mix Design for M30 Grade concrete with GGBS for self compacting application is as follows; OPC Cement 53 Grade - 290 Kg. GGBS - 260 Kg. Water Cement ratio (w/c) - 0.31. Free Water - 170 liters. 20mm Metal / Aggregates - 534 Kg.

Learn More
PDF Chloride-Ion Impermeability of Self-Compacting High-Volume

study on the durability properties of self compacting, high-volume fly ash concrete mixes (SCC-HVFC) mixes. Five self-compacting concrete mixes with a higher cement replacement at 60% of cement with fly-ash, are designed and their performance is compared with two normally-vibrated concrete mixes (NCs) of

Learn More
GGBS PPT | Concrete | Composite Material

use of Ordinary Portland Cement, Silica Fumes (SF), Ground Granulated Blast. Furnace Slag (GGBS). It can be concluded that Compressive, Split tensile and. flexural Strengths are good with the Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag. (GGBS) based Self-Compacting Concrete when compared to the Silica Fumes. contained Self-Compacting Concrete.

Learn More
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON SELF- COMPACTING CONCRETE

Keywords: Self compacting concrete, blast furnace slag, silica fumes, used. The physical and mechanical properties of the cement used are shown.

Learn More
PDF Experimental Investigation on Self-Compacting Concrete

Experimental Investigation on Self-Compacting Concrete using Fly Ash Jaganathaperumal. T Department of Civil Engineering RVSETGI, Dindigul, Tamilnadu, India Abstract- Self-compacting concrete (SCC) is an innovative concrete that is able to flow under its own weight, completely filling formwork and achieving full compaction without vibration.

Learn More
What is Self-Compacting Concrete? Various Components of

Self-Compacting Concrete was first invented in Japan around the year 1980. Professor H. Okamura from the University of Tokyo, Japan is mainly responsible for initiating the evolution of such types of concrete. The need for the development of such concrete arose from the scarcity of skilled manpower in Japan during this period. Self-Compacting Concrete was

Learn More

Leave a comment