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A Study on Strength and Durability of Concrete Using Groundnut Shell Ash and Sisal Fiber

( Volume 7 Issue 12,December 2021 ) OPEN ACCESS

Abhijeet Singh, Dr. Vishnu Sharma, Mr. Sanjeev Sipani


FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete), GSA (Ground Shell Ash), Sisal Fiber, Durability etc


Concrete is the foremost vital requirement of any development, without concrete no development industry may ever exist. Concrete comprises of Cement, Sand (Fine Total), Rock (Coarse Total), Water, Admixtures, Added substances. In this study partial replacement of cement is done by Ground Shell Ash in certain percentage (15%) replacement and with addition of various percentages of Sisal fiber (0%, 1%, 3%, 5% & 7%) in concrete.

This research deals with common introduction on the concept of Use of Groundnut Shell Ash as Partial substitute of Cement with the addition of Sisal fiber in Concrete. Groundnut Shell Ash is waste material produced by local markets on shops, carts etc. A little research is done in this field to find the strength properties of Ground Shell Ash utilized concrete.

Since the plain, unreinforced concrete is a brittle material, with a low tensile strength and a low strain capacity. If the fibers like Sisal fibers which perfectly bonded to the material, permits the FRC to carry noteworthy stresses over a relatively large strain capacity in post cracking state.

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