Properties of Concrete with Reinforcement Eggshell Powder As Cement

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Year : 2023 | Volume : 11 | Special Issue : 04 | Page : 46-52
By

    Viyat Varun Upadhyay

Abstract

Many people choose concrete because of its reputation for durability and dependability. Concrete is not only strong and consistent, but also energy efficient, design flexible, cheap, and generally ecofriendly. In addition to protecting natural ecosystems, stable civilizations often make plans for further industrialization and urbanization. As long as it is utilized in a compositionally flexible and ecologically friendly way, concrete may be used to create aesthetically stunning structures. Inadequate domestic production means that India must import bond, a key ingredient in cement, driving up the cost of infrastructure projects. As a result, everyone in the construction sector is looking for an effective byproduct that may reduce the need for concrete and, by extension, construction expenses. In this study, eggshell powder was only partly replaced for the conventional 43-grade Portland cement in the experimental assessment. As replacement increases (from 5% to 20%), compressive strength decreases by around 6%. Cement can be used as a 1:12 ratio replacement for egg shell powder in concrete. Compressive strength decreases above 15% eggshell powder replacement, but at higher percentages, the replacement is ineffective. Flexural strength is a characteristic of concrete that has hardened. Flexural strength was found to be 5.23 N/mm2 greater in concrete made with egg shell powder replacing 10% of the cement in the usual mix after 28 days. The cubes were measured at 160 mm on all sides. 28 Days The compressive characteristic of strength vanished. It has been observed tensile strength at 5% eggshell mixed in the cement and get high tensile strength or split strength at 7 days or 28 days. And flexural strength has observed highest value of 10% at 7 or 28 days.

Keywords: Flexural strength, split tensile strength, Compressive strength, Egg shell powder, workability, concrete

[This article belongs to Special Issue under section in Journal of Polymer and Composites(jopc)]

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Special Issue Open Access Original Research
Volume 11
Special Issue 04
Received December 12, 2022
Accepted May 19, 2023
Published June 15, 2023