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Supplementary Cementitious Materials for Rural Area

Published on July 2012 by Naktode P. L., Chaudhari S. R.
International Conference on Emerging Frontiers in Technology for Rural Area (EFITRA-2012)
Foundation of Computer Science USA
EFITRA - Number 5
July 2012
Authors: Naktode P. L., Chaudhari S. R.
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Naktode P. L., Chaudhari S. R. . Supplementary Cementitious Materials for Rural Area. International Conference on Emerging Frontiers in Technology for Rural Area (EFITRA-2012). EFITRA, 5 (July 2012), 37-42.

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title = { Supplementary Cementitious Materials for Rural Area },
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Abstract

Supplementary cementitious materials are finely divided material that replaces or supplements the use of Portland cement. Its use reduces the cost and /or improves one or more technical properties of concrete. These materials are generally by-product from other processes or natural materials. These materials include fly ash, ground granulated blast furnace slag, condensed silica fume, lime and natural pozzolan [1]. For use in mortar or concrete supplementary cementitious materials need to meet requirements of established standards [2]. Attempt has been made, here, to study the characteristics and behavior of supplementary cementitious materials, especially the lime and fly ash from Vidarbha Region of Central India, which are local resources.

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Keywords

fly ash pozzolan lime ground granulated blast furnace slag condensed silica fume