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Paper Title: Strength Analysis of Steel Slag Concrete mixed with Partial Replacement of Silica Fume
Authors Name: Chirag , Abhishek Sharma
Unique Id: IJSDR2107032
Published In: Volume 6 Issue 7, July-2021
Abstract: In contrast to conventional cement, the results of the tests show that silica rage concrete has higher compressive strength after 7 days, 14 days, and 28 days, indicating that it has higher compressive strength. It has been shown that increasing the duration of the silica dosage results in a greater degree of compressive quality (both 7,14 days and numerous days). When the duration of these paper tests exceeded ten percent, it was discovered that the compressive quality of Silica Fume had deteriorated. In Concrete, 10 percent is the optimum dosage, to put it another way. The concrete consolidation, on the other hand, reduced the utility of the concrete. Strength of the compressive strength increased with the dosage of silica fume up to a certain point where it was possible to replace cement with silica fume, and when the dosage was increased again after 10 percent, it indicated that the silica fume and concrete were submerged in their compressive quality. In any case, the link in concrete reduced the solid's ability to perform its job. Results of the tests have shown that as compared to conventional cement, silica rage concrete has improved compressive quality (both at 7 days and at 14 days as well as at 28 days), while conventional cement has deteriorated compressive quality. Increasing the dosage of silica rage to the most extreme levels of concrete replacement by silica and seethe has been found to improve compressive quality (7, 14 days and several days), as has the extension of the duration of the experiment. When the tests were carried out for a longer period of time after the 10 percent dosage, it was discovered that the compressive quality of Silica Fume had deteriorated. 10 percent is the optimal combination dosage in Concrete in this case. The consolidation of the solid in concrete, on the other hand, reduced the usefulness of the solid.
Keywords: Steel Slag Concrete, Partial Replacement, Silica Fume.
Cite Article: "Strength Analysis of Steel Slag Concrete mixed with Partial Replacement of Silica Fume", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijsdr.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.6, Issue 7, page no.200 - 210, July-2021, Available :http://www.ijsdr.org/papers/IJSDR2107032.pdf
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Publication Details: Published Paper ID: IJSDR2107032
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Published In: Volume 6 Issue 7, July-2021
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