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Compressive Behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete ...

compressive behavior of wheat straw reinforced concrete for pavement applications. To study the influence of wheat straw in improving the properties of concrete, the properties of Plain Concrete (PC) are taken as reference. Mechanical properties i.e. compressive strength,

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Compressive Behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete ...

DOI: 10.18552/2016/scmt4s231 Corpus ID: 201929061. Compressive Behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete for Pavement Applications @inproceedings{Farooqi2016CompressiveBO, title={Compressive Behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete for Pavement Applications}, author={M. U. Farooqi and M. Ali}, year={2016} }

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Effect of Fibre Content on Compressive Strength of Wheat ...

Nov 08, 2018  The compressive behaviors of plain concrete, wheat straw reinforced concrete with 1% content, wheat straw reinforced concrete with 2% content, and wheat straw reinforced concrete wit h 3% content are

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Effect of Fibre Content on Compressive Strength of Wheat ...

Sep 01, 2018  Many studies have been carried out on natural fiber reinforced concrete for the different civil engineering applications. Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete (WSRC) is recently studied for pavement applications which resulted in improved toughness. This will ultimately help in reducing the micro-shrinkage and fatigue cracking in rigid pavements. The overall aim of the research program is to ...

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Compressive behavior of rice straw ...

May 15, 2020  of fiber reinforced concrete [2]. To the best of author’s knowledge, rice straw is not used for pavement applications. The natural fibers examined in pavement application are hair fiber, wheat straw and sugarcane bagasse by Patel, an Farooqi and others [13, 17, 18]. Compressive and flexural stresses are produced in rigid pavements. The

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Effect of pre-treatment and content of wheat straw on ...

Nov 10, 2019  This might be due to the increase in toughness of WSRC because of the addition of dispersed straw in concrete. However, in case of boiled wheat straw reinforced concrete, the compressive energy absorbed by the specimens with 1% content is less than that of PC. Download : Download high-res image (568KB) Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 5.

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Compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete for ...

The compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete (RSRC) is explored as per ASTM standard. The mix proportion of 1:2:4:0.6 (cement, sand, aggregate, and water, respectively by their weight) is considered for plain cement concrete (PCC) which is taken as reference.

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Characterization of composite formed by cement and wheat ...

Compressive stress x strain behavior of the wheat-straw cement composites are shown in Figure 2. Note that treatments T2, T3, and T4 are represented by the same dotted line, due to the same mechanical behavior. Fig. 2. Compressive behavior of wheat straw particle composite (compressive stress axis is out-of-scale)

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Compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete for ...

The compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete (RSRC) is explored as per ASTM standard. The mix proportion of 1:2:4:0.6 (cement, sand, aggregate, and water, respectively by their weight) is considered for plain cement concrete (PCC) which is taken as reference. For RSRC, the length and content of rice straw are 25 mm and 1% (by wet ...

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An Experimental Study on Compressive Strength of ...

Oct 05, 2017  A series of experiments have been conducted in laboratory to compute mechanical properties of concrete like initial and final setting time of concrete, workability test, and compressive strength of reinforced cement concrete cubes for M-20 grade including wheat straw ash and rice husk ash as a partial replacement materials of cement by varying ...

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Effect of Fibre Content on Splitting-Tensile Strength of ...

Recent studies on compressive and flexural behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete (WSRC) showed positive signs for increasing the toughness of concrete. This ultimately will help in reducing the micro-shrinkage cracking in rigid pavements. Splitting-tensile behavior is also an important property which needs to be investigated for WSRC. The overall aim of the research program is the ...

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9 IV April 2021 https://doi/10.22214/ijraset.2021

Where parameters A and B reflect different effects for post and pre-peak behavior. For pre-peak compressive behavior For post-peak compressive behavior Similar to the above stress-strain data of plain concrete and reinforced concrete with wheat straw fiber from 1 to 3% by mass of wet

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Effect of Fibre Content on Splitting-Tensile Strength of ...

Recent studies on compressive and flexural behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete (WSRC) showed positive signs for increasing the toughness of concrete.

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Effect of Wheat Straw Ash on Fresh and Hardened Concrete ...

Jan 15, 2021  These waste products are economical and helpful in producing a sustainable environment and reducing environmental pollution, which is called handling waste products. However, this research work was conducted on concrete containing 0.25%, 0.50%, 0.75%, and 1% of jute fiber as reinforcement material and 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% of wheat straw ash ...

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Mechanical Properties of Plant Fibers Reinforced Alkali ...

Apr 17, 2019  The compressive strength of single-row-hole sample of wheat straw reinforced AASCM was 10.75MPa at room temperature, equivalent to that of standard concrete sample MU7.5. The compressive strength of such a PF-AASCM decreased linearly with the growth in temperature.

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Contribution of plant fibers in improving the behavior and ...

Reinforced concrete beam-lets with varying flexure and shear rebars, without and with inclusion of wheat straw, are experimentally investigated for studying the altered behavior due to fibers. In addition, to start with the practical implications, concrete pavements are considered.

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1-s2.0-S095006181931760X-main - Construction and Building ...

As wheat straw are organic in nature, so durability of wheat straw reinforced concrete should also be given proper consideration. The current study is conducted to determine the effect of pre-treatment and content of wheat straw on the energy absorption capability of con- crete under compressive, splitting-tensile, and flexural loadings.

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Experimental Investigation of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams

Historically, much effort has been spent improving the behavior of concrete structures. Flexural, compressive, shear strength, ductility, and other properties have been the focus of many researchers who have tested concretes with added steel and other materials to improve the behavior of concrete. The concept of adding fibers to improve brittle ...

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‪Taha A. El-Sayed‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

influence of rice, wheat straw ash rice husk ash on the properties of concrete mixes T A El-SAYED , A M ERFAN , R. M. ABD EL-NABY Jokull Journal 67 (5), 103-119 , 2017

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Evaluation of Polyester Fiber Reinforced Concrete for use ...

ABSTRACT Polyester Fiber Reinforced Concrete (PFRC) has been evaluated for use as a cement concrete pavement material. The study focused on laboratory evaluation of various mechanical and durability properties of PFRC, with and without fly ash. Few tests were also conducted at the age of 24 months to study the long-term behaviour of PFRC. The PFRC exhibited improved flexural and compressive ...

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9 IV April 2021 https://doi/10.22214/ijraset.2021

Where parameters A and B reflect different effects for post and pre-peak behavior. For pre-peak compressive behavior For post-peak compressive behavior Similar to the above stress-strain data of plain concrete and reinforced concrete with wheat straw fiber from 1 to 3% by mass of wet

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Key Engineering Materials Vol. 765 p. 7 Scientific.Net

Abstract: Recent studies on compressive and flexural behavior of Wheat Straw Reinforced Concrete (WSRC) showed positive signs for increasing the toughness of concrete. This ultimately will help in reducing the micro-shrinkage cracking in rigid pavements. Splitting-tensile behavior is also an important property which needs to be investigated for ...

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Comparison of compressive and splitting tensile strength ...

Mar 14, 2015  Al-Akhras NM, Abu-Alfoul BA (2001) Effect of wheat straw ash on mechanical properties of autoclaved mortar. Cem Conr Res 32:859–863. Article Google Scholar 3. Asamoah MA, Owusu RA (2011) A comparative study of Bamboo reinforced concrete beams using different stirrup materials for rural construction. J Civ Struct Eng 1:407–423

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Pozzolanic Potential and Mechanical Performance of Wheat ...

sustainability Article Pozzolanic Potential and Mechanical Performance of Wheat Straw Ash Incorporated Sustainable Concrete Muhammad Nasir Amin 1,* , Tariq Murtaza 2, Khan Shahzada 2, Kaffayatullah Khan 1 and Muhammad Adil 2 1 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering, King Faisal University (KFU), P.O. Box 380, Al-Hofuf, Al-Ahsa 31982, Saudi Arabia;

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Experimental Investigation of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams

Historically, much effort has been spent improving the behavior of concrete structures. Flexural, compressive, shear strength, ductility, and other properties have been the focus of many researchers who have tested concretes with added steel and other materials to improve the behavior of concrete. The concept of adding fibers to improve brittle ...

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(PDF) Effect of Corncob, Wheat Straw, and Plane Leaf Ashes ...

Effect of Corncob, Wheat Straw, and Plane Leaf Ashes as Mineral Admixtures on Concrete Durability. Hanifi Binici. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper. Effect of Corncob, Wheat Straw, and Plane Leaf Ashes as Mineral Admixtures on Concrete Durability ...

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Performance Evaluation of the Fiber-Reinforced Cement ...

Jan 22, 2019  In this study, we have investigated the performance of fiber-reinforced cement composites blended with wheat straw ash. Wheat straw ash has been proved to be an effective pozzolanic material. Cement was replaced by 20% (weight) wheat straw ash. Polypropylene fibers were added at a dosage of 0%, 0.5%, 1%, and 2% by weight of cement.

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A Study of Properties of Wheat Straw Ash as a Partial ...

Dec 04, 2019  Effect of wheat straw ash on mechanical properties of autoclaved mortar, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 32(6), pp. 859-863, 2002. [26] O. Aksogan, H. Binici and E. Ortlek. Durability of concrete made by partial replacement of fine aggregate by colemanite and barite and cement by ashes of corn stalk, wheat straw and sunflower stalk ashes ...

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(PDF) Compressive Strength and Leaching Behavior of ...

recycling Article Compressive Strength and Leaching Behavior of Mortars with Biomass Ash Gabriele Fava 1, *, Tarun R. Naik 2 and Mattia Pierpaoli 1 1 Department of Materials, Environmental Sciences and Urban Planning (SIMAU), Università Politecnica delle Marche, 60131 Ancona, Italy; [email protected] 2 UWM Center for By-Products Utilization, University of Wisconsin

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Natural Fiber Reinforced Concrete

the compressive strength and increases only slightly the tensile strength of the concrete composites. Few studies have been reported on the long-term behavior of natural fiber reinforced concrete beams. Singh ( 4) reported that the useful life of such beams increases when subjected to cyclic loading and that the method of mix proportioning

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Evaluation of Polyester Fiber Reinforced Concrete for use ...

ABSTRACT Polyester Fiber Reinforced Concrete (PFRC) has been evaluated for use as a cement concrete pavement material. The study focused on laboratory evaluation of various mechanical and durability properties of PFRC, with and without fly ash. Few tests were also conducted at the age of 24 months to study the long-term behaviour of PFRC. The PFRC exhibited improved flexural and compressive ...

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How to Evaluate Cracks in Poured Concrete Slabs

Fiber Reinforced Concrete, Types of fibres, research citations, report of cracks in fiber reinforced concrete slab. Fibres of various sorts have been used to improve the crack resistance of concrete for thousands of years as a way to strengthen the concrete in effect by making it less brittle. This article presents research articles and their abstracts discussing the types of fibres used to ...

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مقاله انگلیسی رایگان در مورد مشارکت الیاف گیاهی در بهبود ...

Reinforced concrete beam-lets with varying flexure and shear rebars, without and with inclusion of wheat straw, are experimentally investigated for studying the altered behavior due to fibers. In addition, to start with the practical implications, concrete pavements are considered.

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1. Introduction - Hindawi

However, this research work was conducted on concrete containing 0.25%, 0.50%, 0.75%, and 1% of jute fiber as reinforcement material and 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% of wheat straw ash (WSA) as replacement for fine aggregates.

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