An Experimental Analysis on Strength of Pervious Concrete With Partial Addition of Glass Fibre and Polypropylene Fibre

Authors

  • A.B.Khemalapure ME (CM) student Department of Civil Engineering, TSSM’s BSCOER Narhe, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  • Prof.A.R.Vasatkar Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, TSSM’s BSCOER Narhe, Pune, Maharashtra, India Department

Keywords:

Pervious Concrete, Fibres Sandwiched Proportion, Glass and Polypropylene Fibre, Compressive strength, permeability

Abstract

Pervious Concrete is a light-weight concrete produced by omitting the fines from conventional concrete.
Also known to as “No-fine Concrete” or “Porous Concrete” is material comprised of narrowly graded coarse
aggregates, cement materials, water and admixture and in some cases fibres. Today in the present world we are very
much fond of sustainable and eco-friendly means of Construction. Particularly in a country like India where flooding and
waterlogging problems are the Major environmental issues sustainable development has become a necessity. Various
sustainable and eco-friendly means are being implemented to these problems where pervious concrete pavement is one of
them. In this paper pervious concrete using the fibres of sandwiched combination is used to analyze the strength property.

Published

2016-07-25

How to Cite

A.B.Khemalapure, & Prof.A.R.Vasatkar. (2016). An Experimental Analysis on Strength of Pervious Concrete With Partial Addition of Glass Fibre and Polypropylene Fibre. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 3(7), 87–95. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/1546