Construction Of Geo Polymer Concrete With High Potency And Sorpitivity



During this research, the water absorption and sorptivity residential properties of fly-ash based geopolymer concrete were examined thoroughly. Geopolymer concrete is one amongst the steps taken towards lasting building. It has a lower greenhouse footprint than traditional concrete. The result of accelerated corrosion on geopolymer concrete was likewise studied and the outcomes were compared with control concrete. It was wrapped up with the study that geopolymer concrete is much less permeable and also has a lower direct contour as contrasted to manage concrete.


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