Friday, 31 July 2015

Evaluation on Accelerated Corrosion Properties of the Concrete Produced by Replacing Sand by Copper Slag



Evaluation on Accelerated Corrosion Properties of the Concrete Produced by Replacing Sand by Copper Slag
Vishwa B Tipashetti1, Shreepad Desai2
1P.G. Student, M. Tech (Structural Engg.), Civil Engineering Department, Government Engineering College, Devagiri, Haveri, Karnataka, India.
2Assosiate Professor, Civil Engineering Department, Government Engineering College, Devagiri, Haveri , Karnataka, India



Abstract Copper slag is one of waste materials in the creation of copper, which can be utilized as fractional substitution of fine totals in concrete. This report shows the consequences of an exploratory study on different sturdiness tests on concrete containing mineral admixtures and copper slag as fractional substitution of cement and sand individually. In this report, M30 evaluation of concrete was planned and tests were directed with diverse rates of mineral admixtures with copper slag. The compressive strength is increased up to 10-20% mix of mineral admixture and copper slagged concrete when contrasted with normal concrete. Accelerated corrosion process by Galvano-static weight loss method is done to know the corrosion rate of concrete.
Keywords Copper slag, Mineral admixtures, Accelerated corrosion process, Galvano-static weight loss method.

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