Stabilization of Expansive Soil with Various Admixtures: A Brief Review

The major goal of this research is to critically evaluate admixtures for expanding soil stability. Expansive soil, also known as clayey soil, can change its volume when water is available, causing swelling and…

Performance Evaluation of Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete as Earthquake Resistant Composite

With the increasing challenges of ground vibrations due to seismic activity and the ever-increasing threat of blast loadings on structures, it has become more than a simple necessity to incorporate robust design strengths…

Investigation on Micro-structural Analysis of Fly Ash and Clay Compacts

For its light weight, industrial waste such as fly-ash is commonly employed as a building material. The fundamental disadvantage of these bricks, however, is that they have a low compressive strength. As a…

Experimental investigation on Geopolymer Fly Ash Building Brick by Atmospheric Curing

The present project’s goal is to create geopolymer fly ash building bricks that cure in the air. In the presence of sodium silicate and water, geopolymer building bricks are made with fly ash…

Preparation and Characterization of Glass-ceramic Composites from South African Coal Fly Ash: A Recent Study

Despite the fact that fly ash is mostly used in the construction industry in South Africa, a considerable amount of it is nevertheless dumped. Fly ash devitrification for the production of glass-ceramic composites…

Recent Research of Lime Mortar and FAL-G with Urea

Urine is used to improve the characteristics of traditional Indian lime mortar. To provide a more sanitary option, urea (fertiliser) was employed instead of urine in this investigation. Urea is applied in various…