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JCR. 2020; 7(11): 4557-4564


Residual Compressive Strength of Light Weight Concrete at Elevated Temperatures

S. Gayathri, P.JAYARAJ, D.Manoj, S.Sai Revanth.

Abstract
The disadvantage of conventional concrete is high self-weight of it, this heavy self-weight
makes it an uneconomical structural material. the most purpose of this study is to research and compare the
behavior of lightweight aggregate concrete and normal weight aggregate concrete and also the study focused on
influence of the Physical properties of aggregates in resistance development. The study concentrates mainly on
studying the properties of residual compressive strength of LWAC for W/C ratio 0.27 at 200, 400, 600, 800, and
1000-degree temperatures. the most test parameters involved during this shows are Temperature ranges and
time of Exposure. The tests were conducted for a complete of 120 specimens on W/C ratios 0.27 of sunshine
Weight Aggregate Concrete at different temperatures like temperature 2000 C, 4000 C, 6000 C, 8000 C and
10000 C at 4, 8, and 12 hours

Key words: Light Weight Concrete, Elevated Temperatures, Pumice Aggregate, Perlite, Muffle Furnace.



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