Behaviour on Geopolymer Mortar using Granulated Blast Furnace Slag
Naveen kumar B1, Kavita Singh2 

1Naveen kumar. B, Assistant Professor, Malla Reddy Institute of Technology, Secundrabad, Telangana.
2Dr. Kavita Singh, Associate Professor, Malla Reddy Institute of Technology, Secundrabad, Telangana.

Manuscript received on 18 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 24 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 3494-3498 | Volume-8 Issue-2, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: B2904078219/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B2904.078219
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Abstract: India is one among the developing countries wherever in Construction is that the second largest trade causative to the nation’s value standing next to agriculture. In today’s context all the developing and a few of the developed countries face the matter of handling environmental pollution arising attributable to the development activities. Also, conservation of natural resources so as to attain property surroundings has become of the challenges nowadays. Construction activities embody the assembly of concrete, mortar, bricks, blocks etc. Major things embody cement, fine aggregates like sand, coarse aggregates, bricks, blocks, steel etc. Among this cement production quite 70% of CO2 and alternative harmful gases are generated and enters the atmosphere. This may harm the ozonosphere therefore it’s necessary to scale back the assembly and consumption of cement. As an answer, it’s necessary to use various building materials that doesn’t produce harmful effects for the surroundings. Several researches are done on many alternatives for cement, fine aggregates and coarse aggregates. By analysis work currently a days, cement is replaced by ash, rice husk ash, slag, baggage ash, eucalyptus ash, saw dirt ash, waste sludge ash etc. by victimization this alternatives for cement, the consumption of the cement can scale back and also the production can rebelliously reduces therefore up to some extent it should solve the issues arising within the environmental pollution from construction activities.
KEYWORDS: Compressive Strength Test, Flow Table Results, Flow Table Results (River Sand), Dry Density Test, Water Absorption Test, Acid Attack Test.

Scope of the Article:
Behaviour of Structures