An Evaluation Of Workability And Compressive Strength Of Expanded Polystyrene Sanded Lightweight
We Understand Your Publishing Needs Better
An Evaluation Of Workability And Compressive Strength Of Expanded Polystyrene Sanded Lightweight Concrete (epslwc)
In this paper, the workability and compressive strength properties of expanded polystyrene sanded lightweight concrete was evaluated. Tests on the fresh property of concrete in terms of workability using slump and flow table tests for mix consistency and cohesion were conducted. The compressive strength test used 150mm cubes and three cubes for each testing day. The test was conducted for 7, 14, 21, and 28 days. The materials used were all locally obtained and considering specified standards. All the tests conducted were laboratory based and in accordance with standard codes and specifications. The results of slump test is (0.00 mm) and flow table test with flow of 55 mm (27.5%),DownloadViews: 36

Why Researchjournali?

Instant Paper Submission
Author Loyalty Reward
No Copyright Transfer
70% Less Publication Fee

You may also like to read


Comparing Compressive Strength Of Sandcrete Blocks Made With Sand From Different Sources

An Improved Model For The Optimization Of The Compressive Strength Of Glass Fibre Reinforced Concrete

Formulation Of The Total Potential Energy Functional For A Thin- Walled Box Column Applicable To Raleigh-

Natural Frequency Analysis Of A Box-type Structure Using Ritz Method With Polynomial Shape Functions

Laterized Quarry Dust And Crushed Bricks As Alternative Concrete Making Materials

Geo-model For Exploration, Development, Distribution And Management Of Groundwater Resource