Effects of steel slag on durability properties of slurry infiltrated fibrous concrete

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Inthis research observed the properties of substitute of steel slag on slurry infiltrated fibrous concrete. Six series of test specimens were prepared using hook ended steel fibre with 0,2,3 and 4% volumes fractions along with 0 to 20 % steel slagsubstitute. All procedures on concrete subjected to fresh and hardened properties. For mechanical properties of concrete, compressive, splittingtingtensile and flexural tensile strength.Durability properties performed using the acidic attack test, sulfate attacktest and elevated temperature test. For workability properties to perform flowability, the passing abilitywas appraised using Slump flowand L-Boxtests. A fresh property depict the significant effect of changing steel slagsubstitute. Steel slag substitute along with 4% fibres showed that 25.73% compressive strength,20.34% splitting tensile strength,1.16% flexural strength improvement as compared to control specimen. Durability resultsuch as acid attack, sulfate attack for steel slag blend slurry infiltrated fibre concrete showed improvement over control specimen.




Shelorkar, A. P., & Jadhao, P. D. (2019). Effects of steel slag on durability properties of slurry infiltrated fibrous concrete. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(6), 143–148. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.D6501.088619

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