Tag: Fly ash

IJCSER Volume 2 Issue 3,2012 completed


VOLUME 2, NO 3 – 2012


1. Distribution of shear to the columns of short multistorey building frames subjected to lateral loads pp 699- 710 Code: EIJCSE3058

Author(s)- Manicka Selvam.V.K, Bindhu.K.R doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030001

2. Reinforced granular column for deep soil stabilization: A review pp 711- 721 Code: EIJCSE3059

Author(s)-Tandel Y.K, Solanki C.H, Desai A.K doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030002

3.Study on the physical and mechanical property of ordinary portland cement and fly ash paste pp 722- 727 Code: EIJCSE3060

Author(s)-Shaswata Mukherjee et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030003

4. Influence of host structure characteristics on response of rooftop telecommunication towers pp 728- 739 Code: EIJCSE3061

Author(s)- Nitin Bhosale et al.,doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030004

5. Effect of cement kiln dust on Geopolymer composition and its resistance to sulphate attack pp 740- 753 Code: EIJCSE3062

Author(s)- Hkhater.H.M doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030005

6. Comments on the understanding of the Virtual Work Method

pp 754- 765 Code: EIJCSE3063

Author(s)- Numayr S. K, Al Rjoub S. Y doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030006

7. Probabilistic Seismic Demand Models of PEER-PBEE framework for Pile and Deck Structures pp 766- 781 Code: EIJCSE3064

Author(s)- Amirabadi R et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030007

8. Effect of aggregate type on Compressive strength of concrete

pp 782- 791 Code: EIJCSE3065

Author(s)-Abdullahi. M doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030008

9.Damage detection in plate-like structures using High-Order mode shape derivatives pp 792- 807 Code: EIJCSE3066

Author(s)- Mohamed Abdel-Basset Abdodoi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030009

10. Experimental investigation and analytical modeling of reinforced Geopolymer concrete beam pp 808- 818 Code: EIJCSE3067

Author(s)- Uma.K et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030010

11. Assessment of reinforced embankment on soft soil with PET and PP Geotextile pp 819- 828 Code: EIJCSE3068

Author(s)- Jigisha M. Vashi et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030011

12. Experimental investigation and feasibility study on stabilized compacted earth block using local resources pp 829- 841 Code: EIJCSE3069

Author(s)- Kabiraj.K, Mandal.U.K doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030012

13. Performance assessment of low–rise confined masonry structures for Earthquake induced ground motions pp 842- 859 Code: EIJCSE3070

Author(s)- Ahmad, N et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030013

14. Comparison of design results of a Structure designed using STAAD and ETABS Software pp 860- 866 Code: EIJCSE3071

Author(s)- Prashanth.P et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030014

15. Durability aspect of fly ash concrete for pavements

pp 867- 874 Code: EIJCSE3072

Author(s)- Vanita Aggarwal et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030015

16. Plant characteristics, growth and leaf gel yield of Aloe barbadensis milleras affected by cyanopith biofertilizer in pot culture

pp 875- 883 Code: EIJCSE3073

Author(s)- Krishna Moorthy S, Malliga P doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030016

17. Effect of Silica Fume and Metakaolin combination on concrete

pp 884- 891 Code: EIJCSE3074

Author(s)- Vikas Srivastava et al.,doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030017

18. Experimental study to evaluate short-term deflections for two-way RC slabs

pp 892- 904 Code: EIJCSE3075

Author(s)- Manish Varma et al.,doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030018

19. Shear stress distribution of flat-plate using Finite Element Analysis

pp 905- 914 Code: EIJCSE3076

Author(s)- Viswanathan T.S et al.,doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030019

20. Review of Shape Memory Alloys applications in civil structures, and analysis for its potential as reinforcement in concrete flexural members

pp 915- 933 Code: EIJCSE3077

Author(s)- Debbarma.S.R, Saha.S doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030020

21. Structural evaluation of FRP Pultruded Sections in overhead transmission line Towers

pp 934- 940 Code: EIJCSE3078

Author(s)- Selvaraj.M et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030021

22. Efficiency and performances of finite difference schemes in the solution of saint Venant’s equation

pp 941- 949 Code: EIJCSE3079

Author(s)- Kalita H.M, Sarma A.K doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030022

23. Damage identification in beams using discrete wavelet transforms

pp 950- 969 Code: EIJCSE3080

Author(s)- Sivasubramanian.K, Umesha.P.K doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030023

24. Analysis of tall building for across wind response

pp 970- 977 Code: EIJCSE3081

Author(s)- Arvind Y. Vyavahare et al., doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030024

25. A harmonic vibration, output only and time-frequency representation based method for damage detection in Concrete piers of complex bridges

pp 978- 993 Code: EIJCSE3082

Author(s)- Hamid Reza Ahmadi, Farhad Daneshjoo doi:10.6088/ijcser.00202030025

Recent Articles-IJES

Experimental Studies on Lime-Soil-Fly Ash Bricks
Author(s)– Tabin Rushad S et.al.,

Fly ash is generated in large quantities especially by thermal power plants. A lot of research has been carried out for effective utilization of fly ash in building industry. Use of fly ash in manufacturing brick is one such subject which is being studied by researchers. The aim of the present study is to investigate the strength and water absorption characteristic of fly ash bricks made of lime (L), local soil (S) and fly ash (FA). The experiments were conducted both on Hand moulded and Pressure moulded fly ash bricks. It was observed that none of the L-S-FA bricks satisfy all the requirements of standard codes. While some of the bricks satisfy the provisions in respect of strength only the L-FA (40: 60) bricks satisfy the requirement of Indian Standard Code in respect of strength as well as water absorption characteristics.      

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Determination of Modulus of Rupture of Pavement Concrete with Silica Fume and Fly Ash using Taguchi Technique
Author(s) – Osman Unsal Bayrak, Fatih Hattatoglu , Sinan Hinislioglu

The purpose of this study is to optimize the 28 days modulus of rupture of concrete pavement (CP) by using the Taguchi Method. The experiments were designed using an orthogonal array technique in L16 array with four factors, namely, the water/cementitious ratio of 0.30, 0.35, 0.40 and 0.45, four different types of gradations with maximum aggregate size of 32 mm,      0, 5, 10, 15% Fly ash and 0, 10, 20 and 30% Silica fume by weight of cement. The signal to noise ratio (S/N) were calculated for evaluating the experimental results then the S/N values were analyzed using an analysis of variance (ANOVA) technique. According to the ANOVA results, water/cementitious ratio play significant role for modulus of rupture of CP. Moreover, the optimum conditions were found to be 0.30 water/cementitious ratio, type IV gradation containing 33% from 16-32 mm sieve, 20% from 8-16 mm, 17% from 4-8 mm and 30% from 0-4 mm aggregate, 10% FA content and 20% SF content for 28 days modulus of rupture. The modulus of rupture of 6.70MPa was obtained at the optimum conditions.

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Moment-Curvature Characteristics of ordinary grade Fly Ash Concrete beams
Author(s) – Dakshina Murthy, Sudheer Reddy

The characteristic equations of the stress-strain curve for fly ash concrete (ordinary grade – M30Grade) are used to study the M-Ø characteristics of beam sections. The theoretical procedure has been validated by conducting an experimental investigation on under reinforced fly ash concrete beams. The correlation between experimental and analytical values of moments and curvatures arrived at based on the above procedure is found to be good. The cement was replaced by10, 20, 30 and 40% fly ash obtained from near   by thermal power station.

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Studies on Concrete using Fly Ash, Rice Husk Ash and Egg Shell Powder
Author(s) – Jayasankar.R et.al.,

Through out the world, concrete is being widely used for the construction of most of the buildings, bridges etc.  Hence, it has been properly labeled as the backbone to the infrastructure development of a nation. Currently,  our  country  is taking major initiatives to improve and develop its infrastructure by constructing express highways, power projects and industrial structures to emerge as a major economic power and it has been estimated that the infrastructure  segment in our country is expected to see investments to the tune of Rs.4356 billion by the year 2009. To meet out this rapid infrastructure development a huge quantity of concrete is required.  Unfortunately, India is not self sufficient in the production of cement, the main ingredient of concrete and the demand for exceeds the supply and makes the construction activities very costlier.  Hence,  currently,  the  entire  construction  industry  is  in  search of a suitable and effective the waste product that would considerably minimize the use of cement and ultimately reduce the construction cost.  Few of such products have already been identified like Rice Husk Ash (RHA), Fly Ash, Silica Fumes, Egg shell etc.  Amongst these RHA and Egg shells are known to have good prospects in minimizing the usage of cement.

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