Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Performance Studies Of High Strength Self-Compacting Concrete Using Copper SlagAndFibers
Mr. Vaibhav Shelar, Dr.G. V. Mulgund
This research paper investigates the performance of high-strength self-compacting concrete (HSSCC) incorporating copper slag and fibers. The objective is to explore the effects of copper slag as a partial replacement for cement and the addition of fibers on the mechanical and durability properties of self-compacting concrete (SCC). The study aims to optimize the mix design parameters to achieve a sustainable and high-performance concrete with enhanced mechanical properties, improved workability, and reduced environmental impact. The experimental program includes comprehensive tests on fresh and hardened properties, such as slump flow, V-funnel flow time, compressive strength, flexural strength, drying shrinkage, and water absorption. The results demonstrate the potential of using copper slag and fibers to enhance the performance of self-compacting concrete, providing valuable insights for the construction industry.
high-strength self-compacting concrete, copper slag, fibers, mechanical properties, durability properties, sustainable concrete.
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