The Study of Proportion of Bagasse Ash Affecting to Compressive Strength of Concrete
Keywords:Cane Bagasse Ash, Concrete, Pozzolan Materials, Compressive Strength
The objective of this research is to study the mechanical properties of concrete mixed with bagasse ash residues from industrial production processes. The process of experiment on bagasse ash ratio effected to concrete compressive strength by the Los Angeles Abrasion Machine for 24 hours, replaced to Portland cement type 1 at ratio 1:2:4 at curing ages 28 days, the compressive strength was 180 kg/cm2. The sample used in the compressive strength test was divided into 4 sets, which were to replace 0, 10, 20 and 30 percent of Portland cement types by weight. The tests were determined the effectiveness of concrete containing bagasse ash at 1, 3, 5, 7, 14 and 28 days, comparing the compressive strength of concrete at 28 days according to test standards. The test results showed the compressive strength from the replacement of Portland cement type 1 at 0% was 205 kg/cm², 10% was 215 kg/cm², 20% was 238 kg/cm² and 30% equals to 193 kg/cm². The compressive strength of concrete mixed with bagasse ash replaced to Portland cement type 1 at 20% was highest compressive than the reference standard.
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