Investigational Study on Bagasse Ash in Concrete by Partially Substitute with Cement
M.GANESH BABU, G.SHINY PRIYANKA, , ,
Affiliations (M.Tech) Structural Engineering, Dept. of Civil EngineeringAssistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering Priyadharshini Institute of Tech & Science
The utilization of business and agricultural waste created by industrial processes has been the main focus
of waste diminution analysis for economical, environmental, and technical reasons. Sugar-cane bagasse is a fibrous
waste-product of the sugar refining industry, along with ethanol vapor. This waste product (Sugar-cane Bagasse ash) is
already causing serious environmental pollution, which calls for urgent ways of handling the waste. Bagasse ash mainly
contains aluminum ion and silica. In this paper, Bagasse ash has been chemically and physically characterized, and
partially replaced in the ratio of 0%, 5%, 15% and 25% by weight of cement in concrete. Fresh concrete tests like
compaction factor test and slump cone test were undertaken was well as hardened concrete tests like compressive
strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength and modulus of elasticity at the age of seven and 28 days was obtained.
The result shows that the strength of concrete increased as percentage of bagasse ash replacement increased.
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