International Journal of Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering


The present study investigates the effect of pozzolanic material in concrete and hence improving the strength of concrete. This work evaluates the performance of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash (BA) as a mineral admixture in concrete having the w/c ratio of 0.39. Concrete was produced with 5% of BA and also replaced with M-Sand for fine aggregate with 10%, 20% and 30%. Similarly the BA percentage is increase to 10% and 15% with different replacement of M-sand. The strength properties are compared with the above varying percentage and found that the mix of 10% BA and 20% M-Sand was comparably shown a better performance than the conventional concrete.



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