A Comprehensive Review of Concrete Containing Magnetically Treated Water

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Year : 2023 | Volume : 11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 52-64
By

    Peddi Shiva Tejaswi

  1. M. Tech, Department of Civil Engineering, CVR College of Engineering, Telangana, India

Abstract

In Present scenario, Construction has benefited greatly from the characteristics of concrete and the magnetism of water. The procedure of permitting water to pass through the magnetic field is part of creating magnetised water, utilizing those properties of concrete that can affect such as compressive strength, workability, porosity, permeability, durability, water absorption capacity, hydration rate and aqueous ratio. Reduced cement usage and improved mechanical and technical qualities of concrete are the primary goals of switching from conventional water use to magnetic water. The addition of additives to concrete such as super plasticizers (SP), silica fume, natural zeolite steel fibres, Egyptian alumina, steel chips, silica fume, fly ash, pozzolanic materials, and blast furnace slag will increase concrete properties and effective for construction.

Keywords: Magnetizing, concrete, strength, additives, microstructure, effective, construction

[This article belongs to Journal of Polymer and Composites(jopc)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Review Article
Volume 11
Issue 01
Received December 21, 2022
Accepted May 10, 2023
Published June 19, 2023