Affiliations (M.Tech) Structural Engineering, Dept. of Civil EngineeringAssistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering Priyadharshini Institute of Tech & Science
Concrete are the most important materials used in construction industries where the external forces more
than the design loads mainly the lateral forces which leads to the deformation and produce cracks in the joints of the
structural member. The usage of cement has been increased more over the world results in the air pollution which leads
to the ozone depletion .To overcome these type of problem like crack formation and usage of cement content used for
repair works can be reduced by using the self healing bacterial concrete. These are materials which heals the crack
automatically when the cracks are formed. These self healing is achieved by means of using the Biological healing
aspect by using the bacterial concrete. Bacteria are used during the mixing of concrete will cure the cracks the
automatically by means of it screeds known as calcium carbonate precipitate. In these study horizontal forces are applied
to the three storey single bay framed structure by means of using the hydraulic jack in which the cracks are formed in the
framed structure mainly the cracks are formed in the Beam-Column Joints. The Cracks leads to the penetration of
oxygen inside the reinforcement area will forms the Corrosion. To avoid the formation of corrosion the cracks bacterial
concrete along with 60% of fly ash are used which results in self healing process. These self healing which cure and
arrest the cracks in the structure which gives the environment free pollution and sustainable structure.
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Er. Satinder Kaur, “Bacterial Concrete- A Concrete Solution For Cracks -An Overview” ,vol. 1,2015.
Henk Jonkers, “Development And Application Of Bacteria-Based Self-Healing Materials”,2012.
M Dhaarani and K Prakash, “Durability Study On HVFA Based Bacterial Concrete—A Literature Study”, vol. 3,2014.
Mohini P. Samudre , M. N. Mangulkar , S. D. Saptarshi, “A Review Of Emerging Way To Enhance The Durability And Strength Of Concrete Structures: Microbial Concrete”, vol .3,2014.
Mayur Shantilal Vekariya, Prof. Jayeshkumar Pitroda, “Bacterial Concrete: New Era For Construction Industry”,vol. 4,2013.
Jagadeesha Kumar B G, R Prabhakara, Pushpa H, “Effect Of Bacterial Calcite Precipitation On Compressive Strength Of Mortar Cubes”, vol .2,2013.
Abhijitsinh Parmar, Ankit Patel, Priyank Shah, “Improvement Of The Concrete Cracks By Using Bacillus Sphaericus”,2013.
Vijeth N Kashyap, Radhakrishna, “A Study On Effect Of Bacteria On Cement Composites”,2013.
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