rtcet Volume: 14, Issue: 01 Year: 2024

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Recent Trends in Civil Engineering & Technology

ISSN: 2249-8753

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Regular Issue  Subscription Review Article Published on :- Mar 18, 2024

Comprehensive Review of Recycled Aggregate Concrete in Construction: Suitability, Properties, and Sustainable Practices

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Deepika Patel, Harsh Rathore,
Abstract : Concrete production, integral to construction and demolition processes, generates substantial waste.
This waste can be repurposed as recycled read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- Apr 23, 2024

Experimental Study of Modified M20 Concrete with Waste Plastic Polystyrene Cubes

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Ankur Verma, Neha Dixit,
Abstract : The study of this research paper deals with the effectiveness of waste plastics used in concrete construction. The M20 concrete specimens were mixed read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- May 01, 2024

Exploring High-Strength Self-Compacting Concrete: An Investigative Study

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Deep Chatterjee, Subhojit Chattaraj, Md Saheed Khan, Soumi Dey, Pinki Biswas,
Abstract : Presently, Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) emerges as a cutting-edge variant within the concrete landscape. This type of concrete opens a new horizon read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- Mar 18, 2024

Empowering Concrete: Enhancing Strength and Durability with Coal Bottom Ash

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kishan Kumar Pandey, Harsh Rathore,
Abstract : The utilization of coal bottom ash, an industrial waste byproduct, as a sustainable
alternative to river sand in concrete production has gained read more

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