Potential Utilization of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash (Scba) In Concrete – An Experimental Review
- Bagasse ash,
- Pozzolanic material,
- Normal consistency,
- Setting time,
- Compressive strength
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Sugar cane bagasse ash (SBCA) is a fibrous waste-product of the sugar refining industry. It is generated as a combustion by-product from boilers of sugar and alcohol factories. This is composed mainly by silica and this by-product can be used as a mineral admixture in mortar and concrete. This waste product is already causing serious environmental pollution which calls for urgent ways of handling the waste. On the other hand, the boost in construction activities in the country created shortage in most of concrete making materials especially cement, resulting in an increase in price. This study examined the potential use of sugarcane bagasse ash as a partial cement replacement material. In this paper, Bagasse ash has been chemically and physically characterized, in order to evaluate the possibility of their use into concrete.
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