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PRESENTED BY -

MR. AWASARE V. G.
UNDER GUIDENCE

PROF. NAGENDRA M. V.
DEPT. OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
P.V.P. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BUDHGAON

Use of concrete is goes on increasing rapidly Need to use cement replacing material to save environment. Supplementary materials used enhance concrete properties.

Supplementary cementitious materials. From left to right, fly ash (Class C), calcined clay, silica fume, fly ash (Class F), GGBS, and calcined shale.

The objectives of this research work are to study: the properties of Industrial wastes and their suitability in high performance concrete. properties of concrete in fresh and hardened state. the effect of GGBS and silica fume on workability of concrete. the structural behavior of high performance concrete with industrial wastes.

blast furnace slag is the non-metallic byproduct, consisting of silicates and aluminosilicates of lime and of other bases, that is developed simultaneously with iron in the blast furnace

Workability- no slump loss in hot whether Heat of hydration Sulfate resistance Compressive strength & strength development Tensile strength Elastic modulus

The terms silica fume or microsilica, are often used to describe the by-products extracted from the exhaust gases of silicon, ferrosilicon and other metal alloy smelting furnaces.

WorkabilityShrinkage is more Compressive strength & strength development Tensile strength Elastic modulus It reduce permeability

Strength Development of High Strength Concrete with Replacement of Cement by Silica Fume and GGBS. Corrosion Effect of High Performance Concrete with Replacement of Cement by Silica Fume and GGBS, An Experimental Approach of Acid Resistance of High Performance Concrete with SF and GGBS Effect of GGBS and Silica fume as CRM on Mechanical Properties of Concrete Mixtures. An Experimental Study on Tensile and Flexural Strength of High performance Concrete with partial replacement of Cement by Silica fume and GGBS Comparison on effects of temperature in concrete of GGBS and silica fume as a partial replacement of cement in concrete composites