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Strength Properties of Concrete with M-Sand as Fine Aggregate Incorporating with Acrylic Fiber

M. Devi; S. Shyamala Rubini; G. Soundarya; M. Srimegala; M. Tharageshwari

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Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication(BEIESP)

The river sand is the natural sort of fine aggregate material which is employed within the concrete and mortar. It’s usually obtained from the river bed and mining has disastrous environment consequences. Rather than the river sand we are using M-sand as fine aggregate within the concrete. The event of acrylic concrete marks a crucial milestone in improving the merchandise quality and efficiency of the concrete. Usage of acrylic within the concrete will increase the strength and durability of the concrete. It enhances the performance of the concrete and increase energy absorption compared with plain concrete. Within the present work we are getting to analysis the strength properties of fiber reinforced M-sand concrete like compressive strength, flexural strength, split tensile strength, and bond strength.

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