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Experimental Analysis of High Strength Concrete Prepared by Bagasse Ash and Glass Fiber

EasyChair Preprint no. 9787

7 pagesDate: February 27, 2023


One of the most commonly used building materials is concrete, which is often produced using readily available materials. The increment in the use of concrete has created a critical demand for chemical and mineral additives to enhance concrete performance. In today’s world advancement in infrastructure, the high need is to use the High Strength Concreteso that we can use the small section in the concrete. Before 2019 Indian standards have not published the ideal criteria for the production of High Strength Concrete.  This paper deals with the experimental study of high-strength concrete prepared by the new IS 10262:2019 and the use of bagasse ash and glass fiber in high-strength concrete to increase the strength of concrete. It is seen in the research that the use of bagasse ash can be uneconomical in concrete due to its low replacement ratio. For planned concrete with a slump of 120mm, bagasse can only be substituted up to a certain amount, giving a replacement of just 2%. Glass fiber inclusion results in an increase in the concrete's flexural and split tensile strength of up to 1.75% when combined with 2% bagasse ash. However, the ideal is discovered to be 0.75%  for Coconut Fiber since too much fiber results in cavities, which Creates a problem in Mixing reduces the concrete's ability to withstand compression.

Keyphrases: economicalconcrete, Glass fiber, High Strength Concrete., Marble powder

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  author = {Rishikesh Sarode and Khushpreet Singh},
  title = {Experimental Analysis of High Strength Concrete Prepared by Bagasse Ash and Glass Fiber},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9787},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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