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GGBS
polycarboxylate
CO2 emissions
building material

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S. Karthik, & M.Saranya. (2022). Investigation On High Strength Concrete By Using GGBS and Polycarboxylate Ether - An Experimental Approach. Scientific Hub of Applied Research in Engineering & Information Technology, 2(2), 12–15. https://doi.org/10.53659/shareit.v2i2.31

Abstract

Concrete is a mixture of cement, fine gravel, coarse gravel and water. Concrete plays an important role in the development of infrastructure such as buildings, industrial structures, bridges and roads. On the other hand, the price of concrete is attributed to the scarcity and cost of its materials by the use of economically alternative materials in its production. This need to find new alternatives to concrete material has caught the attention of researchers. The current technical report focuses on the research properties of concrete, the partial replacement of cement with ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) and the complete replacement of R-sand with M-sand. This topic explains the use of GGBS and the advantages and disadvantages of using it in concrete. This use of GGBS serves as an alternative to the already declining traditional building materials and as a by-product in recent years as well as an eco-friendly way to keep production from falling to the ground. Polycarboxylate ether is used here to reduce the percentage of water. Trials are done in 7 days, 14 days, and 28 days.

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