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May 01, 2020  The use of developed high performance concrete (with the selected industrial waste materials and nano-silica) will lead to environmental (decrease in the greenhouse gas), technical (improved strength and durability) and economic (long-term reduction in cost) benefits.

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Working for the development of high-performance Green concrete using demolition and industrial wastes for sustainable construction, a study was conducted to investigate the feasibility of ...

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Development of High Strength Concrete by using Industrial ...

Development of High Strength Concrete by using Industrial Iron Waste Mr. Mayur Gohel Mr. Deep Jethava Civil Engineer UG Student Om Consulting Engineer, Porbandar, Gujarat, India Department of Civil Engineering India B. H. Gardi College of Engineering Technology, Rajkot, Gujarat, India Abstract

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High Performance concrete (HPC) has received increased attention in the development of infrastructure Viz., Buildings, Industrial Structures, Hydraulic Structures, Bridges and Highways etc ...

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In the present study, development of a class of High Performance Alkali Activated Slag Concrete mixes (hereafter referred to as HPAASC mixes) is discussed.These mixes are developed using three industrial wastes from Iron and Steel industry. While Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) was used as the main binder, in the development of these HPAASC mixes, steel slag sand and Electric

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Development of High Performance Concrete Utilizing ...

Some industrial waste materials (IWMs) have also been used to improve the properties of concrete. The use of IWMs solves the problem of their disposal leading to environmental benefits. Consequently, there is a need to assess the possibility of utilizing IWMs in conjunction with nano-materials in to produce high performance concrete (HPC).

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Development of High Performance Concrete Utilizing ...

Some industrial waste materials (IWMs) have also been used to improve the properties of concrete. The use of IWMs solves the problem of their disposal leading to environmental benefits. Consequently, there is a need to assess the possibility of utilizing IWMs in conjunction with nano-materials in to produce high performance concrete (HPC).

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High Performance Concrete and its Applications in the ...

High-performance concrete has been primarily used in the construction of tunnels, bridges, pavements, high ... industrial structures, hydraulic structures, bridges, highways etc. leading to utilization of large quantity of concrete. This paper presents ... 1The rapid development of building and civil

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High-Performance Concrete, Chapter 17 - Memphis

2001). High-performance concrete has been primarily used in tunnels, bridges, and tall buildings for its strength, dura-bility, and high modulus of elasticity (Fig. 17-1). It has also been used in shotcrete repair, poles, parking garages, and agricultural applications. High-performance concrete

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A novel development of green ultra-high performance ...

Jul 10, 2020  1. Introduction. At the beginning of 1990s, Larrard and Sedran (1994) proposed a new cement-based composite material—ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC), which has a low water-to-binder ratio and ultra-fine admixture based on reactive powder concrete (RPC) (Richard et al., 1994).Compared with traditional concrete, UHPC has the characteristics of ultra-high strength, super high

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Ultra-High Performance Concrete - cement

Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) is a cementitious, concrete material that has a minimum specified compressive strength of 17,000 pounds per square inch (120 MPa) with specified durability, tensile ductility and toughness requirements; fibers are generally included in the mixture to achieve specified requirements.

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Development of an eco-friendly Ultra-High Performance ...

Oct 18, 2014  This paper addresses the development of an eco-friendly Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) with efficient cement and mineral admixtures uses are

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Mechanical Properties of High-performance Concrete ...

Jan 01, 2014  High-performance fiber reinforced concrete (HPFRC) is currently being used in the construction of airport runway and highway pavements but mostly it is used forrapid cure patching and where the early opening of the pavement is required. The reason for less use of HPFRC is its high cost as it employs higher cement content whichresults in thermal ...

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High Strength Concrete — What, why, how? – Nevada Ready

It is a type of high performance concrete generally with a specified compressive strength of 6,000 psi (40 MPa) or greater. The compressive strength is measured on 6 × 12 inch (150 × 300 mm) or 4 × 8 inch (100 × 200 mm) test cylinders generally at 56 or 90-days

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(PDF) Environmental-friendly durable concrete made with ...

Mar 03, 2005  Reuse of post-consumer wastes and industrial by- products in concrete is necessary to produce even "greener" concrete. ... during the development process for high-performance concrete

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IJAER, International Journal of Applied Engineering ...

Development of Self Compacting Concrete Using Mineral Admixtures Obtained as Industrial Wastes pp.13990-13995 S. Suchithra, R. Malathy Stregth Study On Self Curing High Performance Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Using Super Absorbent Polymers pp.13996-14000 R.Sathishkumar, Dr. V. sreevidya, Dr. R .Venkatasubramani

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High Performance Concrete Decorative Green Concrete ...

UltraTech Zip. UltraTech Zip is a multipurpose premixed concrete in buckets, manufactured from superior quality cement, specially selected graded sand, coarse aggregate and best-in-class high performance additives and measured quantity of clean potable water. It can be expressly designed as per customer requirements.

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The History of Concrete - InterNACHI®

In the years following the construction of the Ingalls Building in 1904, most high-rise buildings were made of steel. Construction in 1962 of Bertrand Goldberg's 60-story Twin Towers in Chicago sparked renewed interest in using reinforced concrete for high-rises. The world's tallest structure (as of 2011) was built using reinforced concrete.

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Comparison of Machine Learning Techniques for the ...

A comparative analysis for the prediction of compressive strength of concrete at the ages of 28, 56, and 91 days has been carried out using machine learning techniques via “R” software environment. R is digging out a strong foothold in the statistical realm and is becoming an indispensable tool for researchers. The dataset has been generated under controlled laboratory conditions.

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Building Envelope Design Guide - Introduction WBDG ...

Nov 08, 2016  Much industrial research and development has been aimed at obtaining a competitive edge through performance improvement or cost reduction. For example, pre-cast concrete fabrication enjoyed about two decades of great success because the material and shapes appealed to architects.

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Design Guide on Use of High Strength Concrete

This design guide serves to extend the use of concrete beyond Grade 60 in the design of concrete structures using CP65. Hence, it is intended for use by engineers familiar with the design of concrete structures using particularly CP65 but who have little or no experience of high strength concrete (HSC). The guide is intended to provide safe

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High Performance Concrete Topic

Jul 01, 2021  High-performance concrete (HPC) is concrete that has been designed to be more durable and, if necessary, stronger than conventional concrete. HPC mixtures are composed of essentially the same materials as conventional concrete mixtures, but the proportions are designed, or engineered, to provide the strength and durability needed for the structural and environmental

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High-Strength Concrete - Portland Cement Association

The most common use of high-strength concrete is for construction of high-rise buildings. At 969 feet, Chicago's 311 South Wacker Drive uses concrete with compressive strengths up to 12,000 psi and is one of the tallest concrete buildings in the United States.

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Home UHPC Ready-Mix Proven-Results Steelike®

Steelike ® UHPC is an advanced ultra-high performance concrete with a unique all-white color. First commercialized in 2014, Steelike ® UHPC is backed by decades of research and development. The chemistry behind Steelike ® UHPC means Steelike ® UHPC provides significantly greater strength and durability than conventional concretes and high-performance concretes.

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G.tecz Engineering - State of the art concrete technologies

Since more than 10 years we are an Independent institute for industrial concrete optimization, development, research AND PRODUCTION Concept development. G.tecz Engineering - is a company specialized in customer-oriented concrete optimization, production optimization, development and implementation of high-tech concretes.

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IJAER, International Journal of Applied Engineering ...

Development of Self Compacting Concrete Using Mineral Admixtures Obtained as Industrial Wastes pp.13990-13995 S. Suchithra, R. Malathy Stregth Study On Self Curing High Performance Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Using Super Absorbent Polymers pp.13996-14000 R.Sathishkumar, Dr. V. sreevidya, Dr. R .Venkatasubramani

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CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

term performance of the finished product.The optimum amount of fly ash will be a function of wide range of parameters and must be determined on a case-by-case basis. This report discusses issues related to using low to very high levels of fly ash in concrete and provides guidance for the use of fly ash without

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Comparison of Machine Learning Techniques for the ...

A comparative analysis for the prediction of compressive strength of concrete at the ages of 28, 56, and 91 days has been carried out using machine learning techniques via “R” software environment. R is digging out a strong foothold in the statistical realm and is becoming an indispensable tool for researchers. The dataset has been generated under controlled laboratory conditions.

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Building Envelope Design Guide - Introduction WBDG ...

Nov 08, 2016  Much industrial research and development has been aimed at obtaining a competitive edge through performance improvement or cost reduction. For example, pre-cast concrete fabrication enjoyed about two decades of great success because the material and shapes appealed to architects.

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The Implementation of Industrial Parks - World Bank

This performance is then explained ... IDC Industrial Development Corporation ... development” or using variations around the term “zones”. Many of the most high-profile programs have very mixed records, often delivering under-target, several years late and with low take-up.

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Theses and Dissertations Available from ProQuest Theses ...

Dissertations Theses from 2019. Krishnan, Ankita (2019) Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Through a Cultural Lens: Perspectives, Stigma, and Cultural Values among Asians . Suzuki, Takakuni (2019) Quantifying the Relations among Neurophysiological Responses, Dimensional Psychopathology, and Personality Traits . Dissertations Theses from 2018. Abdel-Salam, Ahmed Nabil (2018)

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Single storey industrial buildings - SteelConstructionfo

Most industrial buildings have a concrete floor with a minimum thickness of 150 mm on top of a layer of granular fill, which is also at least 150 mm thick. For large floor areas, a sliding layer between the base layer and the concrete is required, typically using two layers of synthetic material.

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Multi-storey office buildings - SteelConstructionfo

Concrete in modern steel-framed buildings is placed by pump using concrete mixes designed for this purpose. Concreting rates of over 2,000m 2 per day are possible (approximately 250 m 3 of concrete). This means that a whole floor can be concreted without construction joints.

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"Using mixtures of fatty acid methyl esters as phase ...

Phase change materials (PCMs) are an effective way of storing/releasing thermal energy via phase transformations. Incorporating PCMs into concrete pavements at airports has been suggested as a means to reduce the accumulation of snow and ice on runways. This thesis reports on the development of two phase change materials composed of binary mixtures of fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) which ...

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