Study of Partial Repalcement of Cement by Fly Ash in a Ferro Cement Water Tanks


Authors : Alok Yadav; Shakti Kumar

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 1 - January

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10077485

The current study shows the results of testing level cement planks that have been strengthened with varied numbers of wiring works layers. The earliest type of reinforced concrete is ferrocement, which dates back 200 years. It is made of wire mesh made of galvanised steel and mortar. It has a wide range of uses, including the building of boats, water tanks, slabs, and tunnel lining. In this study, fly ash, a waste product, is also used to partially replace cement. RCC water tanks are employed globally. RCC water tanks may be replaced with ferro cement water tanks as a more contemporary alternative. As for the price of RCC water tanks have a high economic cost, but Ferro cement, It may be used in their place and is very available and reasonably priced. It can be suggested that the ferrocement water storage building be used given the cost and building technique in comparison to certain other conventional water storage structures of same capacity. Simple methods may be used to create a water tank for a lower cost.

Keywords : Ferrocement , wire mesh , fly ash, fine aggregate etc.

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