Corrosion Performance of Steel Embedded in Activated Fly Ash Concrete

Cement actual is the most low construction material used in foundation projects because of allure versatility. Fly ash is individual among the usually used not organic admixtures as it is available in large quantities in many underdeveloped countries. The Ministry of Power, Government of India, estimates that 600 million tons of flee ash will come from from thermal power plants by 2031-2032, that is a major concern for the surroundings. The use of fly ash as a construction material is largely contingent upon its not organic structure and pozzalonic property. Different means of activation can boost these two properties of flee ash. This paper focuses on the chemical incitement of fly ruins with CaO and Na2SiO3, and the corrosion potential of chemically mobilized fly ruins concrete against bitter environments is demonstrated by acid opposition tests, impressed service studies, and permeability studies.

Author(s) Details:

Sunilaa George,
Department of Civil Engineering, EASA College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore-641105, India.

R. Thenmozhi,
Department of Civil Engineering, Government College of Technology, Coimbatore-641 013, India.

P. N. Magudeswaran,
Hindhusthan Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore-641 008, India.

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Keywords: Corrosion, fly ash, concrete, pozzalonic property

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