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Comparitive Study on Behaviour of GGBS Incorporated with Sisal Fiber And GeoComposite Reinforced Concrete Beam


Author(s):

Shyamkumar M , Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai; Manikandan P, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai; Alen Jd Reno, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai; Manikandan M, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai; Jebin J, Loyola Institute of Technology, Chennai

Keywords:

Flexural Strength, Geocomposite, Geogrid, GGBS, Sisal fiber

Abstract:

The Concrete structures are the most substantial structures which is traditionally used in the Building Technology. The main aspiration of this study is to evaluate compressive strength and Flexural strength of GGBS along with Sisal fiber Concrete encased with Geocomposite and compared with conventional concrete on the M25 Concrete mix. Sisal fiber is an agricultural product used to intensify the strength of concrete as a result of proficiency to incarcerate cracks and the fibers grips the grid together even after extensive cracking. An attempt has been made to strengthen the concrete by using Geocomposite, it increases Tensile strength, Tear resistance, Puncture resistance, Interface shear strength, Cracking etc. The cement in concrete replaced accordingly with the percentage of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% by weight of GGBS and the sisal fiber added in 1% by weight of cement in M25 grade concrete. For the empirical work of Concrete the Concrete cubes cylinders and beams are casted and tested at 7, 14, and 28 days of curing. Finally, the strength performance of concrete is correlated with the performance of conventional concrete. From the experimental analysis, it has been observed that, the optimum replacement of GGBS to cement is 40 % for M25 grade. The ultimate load has been increased by 1.75 times for GSC, 1.62 times for CGC and 2.6 times for GSGC when compared to CC. GGBS with inclusion of sisal fibre improved compressive strength, flexural strength and shear strength of concrete.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV6I10013
Published in :Volume : 6, Issue : 10
Publication Date: 01/05/2020
Page(s): 23-28
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