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IMPROVING STRENGTH OF CONCRETE THROUGH PARTIAL USAGE OF RICE HUSK ASH
International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
Cement is generally considered the most expensive ingredient of the concrete and its demand is also increasing day by day. This demand for cement and concrete can be met by the partial cement replacement. Energy and cost savings can result when industrial and agricultural by-products such as fly ash, silica fumes, pond ash, and marble dust powder are used as a partial replacement. Amongst these various products, use of rice husk ash in the production of concrete is very important for India.fatcat:3elriuvcxzdgzgkcnsys7yutfu