Concrete With Rice Husk Ash As A Partial Replacement Of Cement
  • Author(s): Dinesh Kumar
  • Paper ID: 1701002
  • Page: 133-135
  • Published Date: 27-02-2019
  • Published In: Iconic Research And Engineering Journals
  • Publisher: IRE Journals
  • e-ISSN: 2456-8880
  • Volume/Issue: Volume 2 Issue 8 February-2019
Abstract

In India rice milling produces a by product which is known as Husk. This paper summarizes the feasibleness of mistreatment partial rice husk ash on the cement so as to mitigate the provision, affordability, quality and pollution problems.This husk is employed as fuel in rice mills to created steam for boiling method. This husk contain close to concerning seventy five nothing organic matter and therefore the remaining twenty fifth of this husk is modifiedinto Ash throughout the firing method that referred to as rice husk ash (RHA). The rice husk ash (RHA) contain close to concerning eighty five you must ninety nothing amorphous silicon oxide. By mistreatment rice husk ash in concrete, we are able to improve the properties of concrete. this study and experimental investigation were taken to review the properties of concrete created with Rice husk ash . the replacement is completed partly within the proportion of third ,20% and its impact on workability of concrete created with rice husk ash were investigated for the two hundredth rice husk ash replacement ,the hardened properties like compressive strength determined were smart as compare to zero nothing RHA . The compressive strength check was conducted at zero attempt to twenty rice husk ash replacement and therefore the highest compressive strength at twenty nothing RHA replacement as compared to third RHA replacement at fourteen ,21 and twenty eight days.

Citations

IRE Journals:
Dinesh Kumar "Concrete With Rice Husk Ash As A Partial Replacement Of Cement" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 2 Issue 8 2019 Page 133-135

IEEE:
Dinesh Kumar "Concrete With Rice Husk Ash As A Partial Replacement Of Cement" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 2(8)