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Rice Husk Ash
Mechanical properties
Failure Mechanism


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M. P. Indhu, & S. Krishnamoorthi. (2021). A study on characteristics of concrete using Rice Husk Ash. Scientific Hub of Applied Research in Engineering & Information Technology, 1(2), 7–14.


A huge environmental problem concern is solid waste disposal of waste or by-products. Rice husk ash (RHA) is one such byproduct. It was produced by rice husk ash burning and manufacture amorphous active silica-containing around ninety presents of silica. RHA’s pozzolanic nature makes it an effective material additional cement material (SCM) for use in materials dependent on cement due to the high content of silica. It is possible to use RHA to make concrete (SCC) that is self-compacting. Many researchers reported work in this supervision. This paper provides a summary of the functional, chemical, and physical work performed, RHA’s properties and the impact of RHA on SCC's new, capacity, and stability. RHA dramatically affects the features of self-compacting concrete due to its pozzolanic nature. Incorporating 10-15% RHA as partial cement replacement improves SCC's capacity and determination properties. Work on the role of RHA in SCC cannot be used in SCC but will also minimize waste disposal costs and provide a safer, sustainable approach to saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions through the use of cement.
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