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Title: Influence of Superplasticizers on Blended Cement and Their Effect on Flow Characteristics by Incorporating PGBS as Partial Replacement for Fine Aggregates
Authors: Arpitha D.
Sudarshan V.J.
Thilak Kumar Y.T.
Rajasekaran C.
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering , Vol. 83 , , p. 471 - 480
Abstract: Currently the upsurge practice of the mineral admixtures as an alternative for cement to cut down the carbonic gas emission, to reduce the cement cost, and to progress some technical recitals is truly the indispensable novelty advanced in construction industry. Mortars with different w/c require the use of appropriate and compatible chemical admixtures to achieve desirable consistency. The principal tactic delivered to contest in contradiction to this exertion is to choose the furthermost effective twosome cement–superplasticizer, facilitating to attain a determined water reduction, an enhanced flow, and an adequate rheology. Processed Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (PGBS) incorporated as partial replacement for Fine Aggregates (FA) along with different types of Superplasticizers (SP) for different dosages, which were chemically based on Lignosulfonate (LS), Sulphonated Naphtha Formaldehyde (SNF), and Polycarboxylate Ether (PCE), was used to check the behavior of flow characteristics in this work. The fusion of Portland pozzolana cement (PPC) along with partial replacement of fine aggregates has resulted to understand the better flow interaction between the cementitious materials and under different water–cement ratio (w/c). © 2021, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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