Concrete Appliions Using Ggbs

What is the advantage of using GGBS as replacement of

Another major hurdle of extensive use of GGBS concrete lies in the little source of supply of GGBS As Hong Kong is not a major producer of steel GGBS as a by-product of steel has to be imported overseas and this introduces higher material cost due to transportation and the supply of GGBS

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disadvantages in ggbs concrete ppt

The concrete using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) has some disadvantages like as lower initial strength and higher dry shrinkage In the previous study concrete using Metakaolin with GGBS has been confirmed to improve the performance of GGBS concrete without compromising the durability aspects (Eguchi 2011)

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1 INTRODUCTION IJSER

High Strength Concrete using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) Thavasumony D Thanappan Subash Sheeba D Abstract — Concrete is a brittle material when it undergoes heavy loads cracks will form and to reduce this and improve high strength in concrete certain admixtures are used

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GR Enterprises GGBS

GGBS is a fine powder used in concrete as cement major use in ready mixed concrete (RMC) or in the production of Portland slag cement GGBS replaces a substantial proportion of normal cement (Ordinary Portland Cement) in RMC The mixing varies from 30% to 70% approximately (generally 50%)

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Experimental Behaviour of High Performance Concrete Using

Experimental Behaviour of High Performance Concrete Using GGBS and M-Sand S Premkumar 1 N Mahamood Ul Hasan 2 Assistant Professor Department Of Civil Engineering Rajalakshmi Engineering College Chennai Abstract Concrete is a composite material composed of fine and coarse aggregate bonded together with

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS)

Feb 23 2020Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) What is GGBS and How it is Manufactured? Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) is a by-product from the blast-furnaces used to make iron furnaces are fed with a controlled mixture of iron-ore coke and limestone and operated at a temperature of about 1 500C The granulated slag is further processed by drying and

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Ground granulated blastfurnace slag

It is always used in combination with Portland cement typically in the range 60% PC and 40% GGBS to 30% PC and 70% GGBS depending on the application The blends can be supplied as pre-blended factory produced cements or can be formed in the mixer by adding Portland cement and GGBS each from its own silo Concrete Society Technical Report

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EngineeringCivil

Jul 07 2016Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) The importance of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) lies in its greener way to become a substitute in concrete material GGBS being a waste material it needs proper method for disposal So incorporating Read more

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Actual applications and potential of textile

Actual applications and potential of textile-reinforced concrete Page 5 of 11 In addition to comprehensive theoretical and experimental studies of the load-bearing behaviour and the use of textile concrete within the scope of the two special fields of research 528

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Geopolymer Concrete

Disposal of FA is a growing problem as only 15% of FA is currently used for high value addition applications like concrete and building blocks the remainder being used for land filling (GGBS) is a by-product from the blast-furnaces used to make iron Practical recommendations on use of geopolymer concrete technology in practical

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GGbs

• Marine applications such as Dam Shore protection construction • Effluent treatment plant • Sewage system construction • Cement products like Pipe Tiles Blocks etc • Substantially replacement of cement The service life of structures using GGBS is enhanced by more than on account of superior durability of concrete

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Durability Properties and Microstructure of Ground

May 20 2014Ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS) is a green construction material used to produce durable concrete The secondary pozzolanic reactions can result in reduced pore connectivity therefore replacing partial amount of Portland cement (PC) with GGBS can significantly reduce the risk of sulfate attack alkali–silica reactions and chloride penetration However it may also reduce the

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The Disadvantages of Fly Ash in Concrete

Fly ash is a byproduct from coal-fired power plants that is frequently used as an admixture in concrete to replace a portion of the Portland cement Using fly ash in concrete is environmentally beneficial because it reduces the Portland cement (a major contributor of CO2) required in concrete

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Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions of Concrete

• GGBS is generally used in proportionsGGBS is generally used in proportions of 40-70% of the total cementitious materials content in structural concretematerials content in structural concrete and up to 95% in specialist applications applications • 55% GGBS can reduce the embodied 2 content of a typical C32/40 concrete from approx 115 kg CO

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Study on behavior of M

Study on behavior of M-Sand Concrete using GGBS as Filler R Subashini T Sonia Study on behavior of M-Sand Concrete using GGBS as Filler (IJSTE/ Volume 3 / Issue 05 / 046) International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications Vol 2 [5] M C Nataraja et al (2013) "Use of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag As Fine Aggregate In

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag

Flexural strength is usually improved by the use of slag cement which makes it beneficial to concrete paving applications where flexural strengths are important It is believed that the increased flexural strength is the result of the stronger bonds in the cement-slag-aggregate system because of the shape and surface texture of the slag particles

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Advances In Concrete Technology

Using Advances in Concrete Technology to Enhance Readymix Solutions By Steve Crompton national technical director CEMEX UK Materials Ready-mixed concrete was first used almost 100 years ago on a construction site in Baltimore in the US and in many developed countries it now accounts for over half of all the cement used in construction

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS)

The granulated slag is ground to desired fineness for producing GGBS The chemical composition of JSW's GGBS contributes to the production of superior cement Over the period of time its load-bearing properties continue to increase as it absorbs surplus lime released during hydration to form more calcium silicate hydrates

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Strength and Durability Studies on GGBS Concrete

given to the use of natural pozzolans like GGBS as a possible partial replacement for cement Amongst the various methods used to improve the durability of concrete and to achieve high performance concrete the use of GGBS is a relatively new approach the

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A Study on Mechanical Properties of Reinforced High

from 0% to 25% Hence a project work is planned to check the suitability of use of RHA and GGBS in developing High strength cement concrete Keywords RCC Rice Husk Ash GGBS _____ I INTRODUCTION The term Fiber Reinforced Concrete (F R C) is defined by ACI Committee 544 as a concrete made of hydraulic cements

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"Ground Granulated Blast Slag (GGBS) In Concrete – A Review"

IV GGBS Concrete GGBS Proportions On its own ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) hardens very slowly and for use in concrete it needs to be activated by combining it with Portland cement A typical combination is 50% GGBS with 50% Portland cement [4]but percentages of GGBS anywhere between 20 and 80 % are commonly used The greater

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Performance of concrete incorporating GGBS in aggressive

Performance of concrete incorporating GGBS in aggressive wastewater environments However the change in cement chemistry associated with using CEM II and GGBS must also be accounted for in concrete specifications for aggressive environments This has particular importance when concrete is exposed to elevated sulfate and sulfuric acid

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Concrete and its

Hence the use of GGBFS in concrete manufacture would give a light and brighter color to concrete unlike the dark grey color of ordinary cement concrete structures This is an added advantage of GGBFS in terms of aesthetics The typical properties of GGBS are given in Table-2 Table 2 Physical properties of GGBFS (As per Tasong et al)

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Ground granulated blast

Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS or GGBFS) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel-making) from a blast furnace in water or steam to produce a glassy granular product that is then dried and ground into a fine powder Ground -granulated blast furnace is highly cementitious and high in CSH (calcium silicate hydrates) which is a strength enhancing

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TR 40 Use of GGBS and PFA in concrete Concrete Society

Covers the use of GGBS (Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag) and PFA (Pulverized-Fuel Ash) in concrete in the United Kingdom but should also have application overseas where comparable materials Standards and conditions obtain The report applies equally to the use of GGBS and PFA in composite cements or when added to concrete during mixing

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Studies on High Strength Concrete Using GGBS GBS and Tio

concrete may fail to exhibit the required quality performance or durability In such cases pozzolanic [2] or mineral admixtures are used to modify the properties of ordinary concrete Cite this article as Gorrela Lohith Nath Mr Velagapalli Chiranjeevi Studies on High Strength Concrete Using GGBS GBS

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Durability Properties of Concrete with GGBS

Durability of concrete is an important factor considered for structures Effect of GGBFS of durability properties of concrete is discussed in this article Durability is an important factor that must be appreciable for any structure so that it is performing for the requirement for which it is built for It is a time period requirement []

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Shrinkage Cracking of Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) with GGBS

The use of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBS) in Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) has become an alternative choice to improve the fresh properties and to reduce the amount of cement Such use of GGBS has also been recognized as a mean toward a more sustainable and green construction

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What are the uses of GGBS cement?

Dec 21 2017GGBS cement can be added to concrete along with Portland cement aggregates and water The normal ratios of aggregates and water to cementitious material in the mix remain unchanged GGBS is used as a direct replacement for Portland cement on a o

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Regen GGBS

Using one tonne of Regen in concrete reduces the embodied CO2 by around 900kg compared to using one tonne of Portland Cement and also increases its durability Regen is more sustainable than other cement substitutes such as Fly Ash In the UK GGBS is usually supplied as a separate component for concrete and is added at the concrete mixer

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