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- Authors : T. Sujatha
- Paper ID : IJERTV9IS080204
- Volume & Issue : Volume 09, Issue 08 (August 2020)
- Published (First Online): 26-08-2020
- ISSN (Online) : 2278-0181
- Publisher Name : IJERT
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A Geo – Polymer Concrete by Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregates with Plastic Waste
Mrs. T. Sujatha
Department of Civil Engineering Jntuh College of Engineering Sultanpur
Abstract:- The use of Portland cement in concrete construction is under critical review due to high amount of carbon dioxide gas released to the atmosphere during the production of cement. In recent years, attempts to increase the utilization of fly ash to partially replace the use of Portland cement in concrete are gathering momentum. Most of this by-product material is currently dumped in landfills, creating a threat to the environment. We can reduce the pollution effect on environment, by increasing the usage of industrial by-products in our construction industry. Geo-polymer concrete is a concrete in which Portland cement is fully replaced by fly ash and GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag).
Geo-polymer concrete is a 'new' material that does not need the presence of Portland cement as a binder. Instead, the source of materials such as fly ash, that are rich in Silicon (Si) and Aluminum (AI), are activated by alkaline liquids to produce the binder. Hence it is the concrete with no Portland cement.
The present study covers the use of plastic Waste in geo-polymer concrete as partial replacement of fine aggregate. Sand is replaced with plastic waste at 5, 10, and 15 percentages respectively. Alkaline liquids used in this study are the solutions of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium silicate (Na2SiO3). Molarity of sodium hydroxide (10M) is considered. Fly ash and GGBS were used in different combinations and percentages respectively. This study is conducted to know the compressive strength of Geo- polymer concrete with plastic waste and to compare the same with Geo- polymer concrete without any replacement of fine aggregate.
key words: Geo-polymer concrete, CO2 emission, GGBS, plastic waste, fly ash.
For the construction of any structure, Concrete is the main material. Concrete usage around the world is second only to water. The main ingredient to produce concrete is Portland cement. On the other side global warming and environmental pollution are the biggest menace to the human race on this planet today.. Combustion of fossil fuels to operate the rotary kiln is the largest source and other one is the chemical process of calcination limestone into lime in the cement kiln also produces CO2.In India about 2,069,738 thousands of metric tons of CO2 is emitted in the year of 2018. The cement industry contributes about 5% of total global carbon dioxide emissions. But the demand of concrete is increasing day by day for its ease of preparing and fabricating in all sorts of convenient shapes. So to overcome this problem, the concrete to be used should be environmental friendly. To produce environmental friendly concrete, we have to replace the cement with some other binders which should not create any bad effect on environment. The use of industrial by
products as binders can reduce the problem. In this respect, the new technology geo-polymer concrete is a promising technique. In terms of reducing the global warming, the geo- polymer technology could reduce the CO2 emission to the atmosphere caused by cement and aggregates industries by about 80%. And also the proper usage of industrial wastes can reduce the problem of disposing the waste products into the atmosphere. Geo-polymer concrete is a concrete in which Portland cement is fully replaced by fly ash and GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag). Geo-polymer concrete is a 'new' material that does not need the presence of Portland cement as a binder. Instead, the source of materials. such as fly ash, that are rich in Silicon (Si) and Aluminum (AI), are activated by alkaline liquids to produce the binder. Hence it is the concrete with no Portland cement.
To understand properties of geo polymer concrete in order to use it as alternative for Ordinary Portland Cement.
To draw conclusion on whether geo polymer technology can provide an appropriate alternative for Portland cement.
Compare the strength of geo polymer concrete having partial replacement of fine aggregates with normal geo polymer concrete.
Use of plastic waste as construction material and reduce the problems of disposing plastic waste and industrial by products.
Kamlesh. C. Shah sovereign conducted research on strength restrictions and stability and durable of fly ash based Geo polymer concrete. In this study, two concrete mixes are to be controlled out; GPC Mix-1 fly ash concrete and OPC Mix-2 Concrete mix consuming OPC conforming to amount of cementitious material used in GPC Mix-1. Dissimilar attentions were used such as alkaline liquid to fly ash ratio of
,0.45 and 0.50, ratio of NaOH to Na2SiO3 2.0 and 2.5, molarities of NaOH; 10M ,12M, 14M and 16M and check the compressive strength. Compressive strength and durability test were achieved under ambient temperature curing he regulate that fly ash based geo polymer concrete have an admirable conflict to sulfate attack, salt attack and acid attack as connected to ambient curing. Minor increase in the mass of
concrete cube due to preoccupation of sulphuric acid and salt for concrete.
Benny Joseph and George Mathew allotted the steering of mixture contains of aggregate content on the engineering assets of Geo polymer concrete. Impact of other limitations such as curing temperature, dated of curing, ratio of sodium silicate to sodium hydroxide, ratio of alkali to fly ash and molarities of sodium hydroxide were also conversed. Created on the study accepted out, it can be determined that a Geo polymer concrete with appropriate proportioning of whole aggregate content and ratio of fine aggregate to entire aggregate, laterally with the ideal values of other parameters, have better engineering properties than the corresponding properties of ordinary cement concrete. As a consequence can obtain the expansion properties achieved by Geo polymer concrete then ordinary concrete.
Rashidah Mohamed Hamidi , carried out the impact that Combination of Alkali matrixes intricate consumption of alumino silicate materials and alkali activators as the central starting materials where the preceding could be fly ash, sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium silicates (Na2SiO3) correspondingly. It will be further label the consequence of NaOH attentiveness towards the possessions of fly ash based alkali formation. The stimulus of NaOH attentiveness in the range of 4 M to 18 M was analytically studied using Fourier Convert Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) for structural elucidation, Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) to detect the morphology and purpose of the mechanical assets flexural strength was approved out by Universal Testing Machine. Based on the consequences achieved, the optimal NaOH attentiveness (12 M) at which alkali revelations the best mechanical possessions was attained.
Urvashi Khandelwal, during this study, cement has remained and replaced by fly ash and the assets such as
compressive strength, sulphur resistance, acid conflict, water absorption, sorptivity and chloride attack have been considered. Class F fly ash has sustained and Geo polymer concrete was heat cured for 24 hours under 75C. It was distinguished that use of Geo polymer concrete not only regulate its greenhouse gas but conjointly increases its strength and resistivity to detrimental acids sulfuric acid attack also causes deficiency in the compressive strength of Alkali concrete; the extet of degradation be contingent on the absorption of the acid fortitude and the amount of exposure.
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GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE WITH PLASTIC REPLACEMENT 2019 DEPARTMENT
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AT 5% PLASTIC REPLACEMENT
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 15.2 22.18 23.55 26.44
AT 14 DAYS 0
AT 28 DAYS
21.78 25.45 28.32 31.21
Figure 6.2 : mixing of hand
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION :
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95% sand + 5% plastic 15.2 21.78
90% sand + 10% plastic 14.13 18.31
85% sand + 15% plastic 12.93 17.12
Graph 7.3 Comparison between Compressive strength at 14 days and 28 days with 5% replacement
The strength of geo polymer concrete at 5% replacement of fine aggregates with plastic increased as compared to that of geo polymer concrete with zero percentage replacement of fine aggregates.
As the percentage of replacement of fine aggregates increases after 5% the strength of geo polymer concrete decreases. So it is advisable to replace plastic up to 5%.
Geo polymer concrete with 100% replacement of fine aggregates couldn't attain proper strength (i.e. we got 4.5 Mpa) hence complete replacement will not be possible.
FUTURE SCOPE :
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