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Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using ...

Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using Industrial By-products Pradeep H R*, Shashishankar A**, B R Niranjan*** *Research Scholar, Jain University and Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, AMC Engineering College, Bengaluru - 83

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(PDF) Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using ...

An attempt has been made to study the long term strength characteristics of the geopolymer lightweight (GPLW) concrete using the industrial by-products such as class-C flyash and GGBFS as binder ...

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Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using Industrial By-products International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management Applied Science, 2017 Dr. Pradeep R Hampannaver

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[PDF] Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using ...

An attempt has been made in this research work to develop the geopolymer concrete composite using the industrial by-products such as fly ash class-C, GGBFS, PS sand and sintered fly ash aggregates to achieve the required strength. The different combination of fly ash and GGBFS as binding materials were studied in this work. The ambient cured geopolymer concrete was developed to mitigate the ...

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Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using ...

18-12-2017  Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using Industrial By-products. Abstract: An attempt has been made in this research work to develop the geopolymer concrete composite using the industrial by-products such as fly ash class-C, GGBFS, PS sand and sintered fly ash aggregates to achieve the required strength.

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Development of mix proportions of geopolymer lightweight ...

01-01-2020  Lightweight aggregate concrete (LWAC) is produced using low density aggregates in the concrete mix. Aggregates having bulk density less than 1200 kg/m 3 are comes under lightweight aggregates .The aggregates used in the concrete may include normal aggregates with combination of lightweight coarse aggregates and fine aggregates .In case LWAC pores will not present in the mix,

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[PDF] Development of Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete using ...

An attempt has been made in this research work to develop the geopolymer concrete composite using the industrial by-products such as fly ash class-C, GGBFS, PS sand and sintered fly ash aggregates to achieve the required strength. The different combination of fly ash and GGBFS as binding materials were studied in this work. The ambient cured geopolymer concrete was developed to mitigate the ...

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Development of Lightweight Rubberized Geopolymer Concrete ...

Then rubberized geopolymer concrete (RGC) was produced by 10% and 20% natural aggregate replacement by volume with crumb rubber (CR) aggregate, which is another pollution source to the global environment. Finally, the possibility of developing lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete (LWRGC) was examined using BST and CR aggregates.

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Development of mix proportions of geopolymer lightweight ...

01-01-2020  Lightweight aggregate concrete (LWAC) is produced using low density aggregates in the concrete mix. Aggregates having bulk density less than 1200 kg/m 3 are comes under lightweight aggregates .The aggregates used in the concrete may include normal aggregates with combination of lightweight coarse aggregates and fine aggregates .In case LWAC pores will not present in the mix,

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Development of Lightweight Rubberized Geopolymer Concrete ...

Finally, the possibility of developing lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete (LWRGC) was examined using BST and CR aggregates. The performance of developed GCs is discussed based on slump flow, density, compressive, tensile, and flexural strength at 7 and 28 days in this paper.

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"Development of lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete ...

Then rubberized geopolymer concrete (RGC) was produced by 10% and 20% natural aggregate replacement by volume with crumb rubber (CR) aggregate, which is another pollution source to the global environment. Finally, the possibility of developing lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete (LWRGC) was examined using BST and CR aggregates.

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Development of artificial one-part geopolymer lightweight ...

However, the highest compressive strength of geopolymer aggregate concrete (GAC) was obtained using GLAs with 20% GGBS addition and the activator to precursor ratio of 12% although the cylinder compressive strength of this type of aggregates was not the highest.

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Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete Using ...

In this paper, we report the results of our investigation on the possibility of producing foam concrete by using a geopolymer system. Class C fly ash was mixed with an alkaline activator solution (a mixture of sodium silicate and NaOH), and foam was added to the geopolymeric mixture to produce lightweight concrete. The NaOH solution was prepared by dilute NaOH pellets with distilled water.

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The Effect of Different Parameters on the Development of ...

28-10-2014  This paper presents the experimental results of an on-going research project on geopolymer lightweight concrete using two locally available waste materials—low calcium fly ash (FA) and oil palm shell (OPS)—as the binder and lightweight coarse aggregate, respectively. OPS was pretreated with three different alkaline solutions of sodium hydroxide (NaOH), potassium hydroxide,

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The effect of different parameters on the development of ...

This paper presents the experimental results of an on-going research project on geopolymer lightweight concrete using two locally available waste materials--low calcium fly ash (FA) and oil palm shell (OPS)--as the binder and lightweight coarse aggregate, respectively. OPS was pretreated with three

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Development of High Strength Geopolymer Concrete using Low ...

Development of geopolymer concrete using sodium hydroxide having lower molarity is scarce in the existing literature. The objective of the present study is to study the influence of low molarity alkaline solutions in producing high strength geopolymer concrete. 2.

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"Development of lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete ...

Then rubberized geopolymer concrete (RGC) was produced by 10% and 20% natural aggregate replacement by volume with crumb rubber (CR) aggregate, which is another pollution source to the global environment. Finally, the possibility of developing lightweight rubberized geopolymer concrete (LWRGC) was examined using BST and CR aggregates.

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The effect of different parameters on the development of ...

This paper presents the experimental results of an on-going research project on geopolymer lightweight concrete using two locally available waste materials--low calcium fly ash (FA) and oil palm shell (OPS)--as the binder and lightweight coarse aggregate, respectively. OPS was pretreated with three

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Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete Using ...

In this paper, we report the results of our investigation on the possibility of producing foam concrete by using a geopolymer system. Class C fly ash was mixed with an alkaline activator solution (a mixture of sodium silicate and NaOH), and foam was added to the geopolymeric mixture to produce lightweight concrete. The NaOH solution was prepared by dilute NaOH pellets with distilled water.

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The Effect of Different Parameters on the Development of ...

28-10-2014  This paper presents the experimental results of an on-going research project on geopolymer lightweight concrete using two locally available waste materials—low calcium fly ash (FA) and oil palm shell (OPS)—as the binder and lightweight coarse aggregate, respectively. OPS was pretreated with three different alkaline solutions of sodium hydroxide (NaOH), potassium hydroxide,

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Development of mix proportions of geopolymer lightweight ...

This concrete provides eminent solution to decrease the self-weight of a structure while using zero percent cement concrete materials and increase the scope of Geopolymer concrete (GPC). This study investigates the strength of fly ash based geopolymer concrete produced with Lightweight Expanded Clay Aggregates (LECA).

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Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete Using ...

Fly Ash-based Geopolymer Lightweight Concrete Using Foaming Agent Mohd Mustafa Al Bakri Abdullah 1,*, Kamarudin Hussin 1, Mohamed Bnhussain 2, ... This proved that heat treatment is required to expedite the rate of development of the strength of the geopolymers. Figure 1.

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Development of High Strength Geopolymer Concrete using Low ...

Development of geopolymer concrete using sodium hydroxide having lower molarity is scarce in the existing literature. The objective of the present study is to study the influence of low molarity alkaline solutions in producing high strength geopolymer concrete. 2.

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Development of Fiber-Reinforced Slag-Based Geopolymer ...

07-04-2018  Mastali M., Piekkari K., Kinnunen P., Illikainen M. (2018) Development of Fiber-Reinforced Slag-Based Geopolymer Concrete Containing Lightweight Aggregates Produced by Granulation of Petrit-T. In: Taha M. (eds) International Congress on Polymers in Concrete (ICPIC 2018).

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A Study on the Flexural Behaviour of Geopolymer ...

ResearchArticle A Study on the Flexural Behaviour of Geopolymer Lightweight Eco-Friendly Concrete Using Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate S. Nithya ,1 K. Gunasekaran ,2 and G. Sankar 3 1DepartmentofArchitecture,MeasiAcademyofArchitecture,AffiliatedtoAnnaUniversity,NewCollege,Royapettah600014, Chennai,TamilNadu,India

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ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE ...

Overall, the use of fly ash-based geopolymer binder and POCA can enhance the sustainability aspects in concrete production as well as produce a high strength concrete. A concrete mixture containing 100% POCA can produce a structural lightweight concrete having a compressive strength of more than 30 MPa and a density of 1821 kg/m3.

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