Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Fly Ash


Decrease in Optimum Moisture Content using EDT and OMC Composite Mixture Techniques

Pradeep Kr Singh; Kamal Sharma; Anas Islam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 319-324

Pulverized fuel powder is a mechanical waste generated previously, warm force plants crosswise over reality. Fly cinder will be a building material that could make utilized concerning illustration bank material or sub review material. The point when compared for ordinary soils utilized for bank construction, fly cinder needs extensive consistency coefficient comprising from claiming silt- measured particles basically. Expansion for made sand modifies the molecule span dissemination from claiming fly cinder and likewise, there will make an increment clinched alongside the unit weight of the blended material. Those available test worth of effort needs been conveyed out to recognize the likelihood of utilizing fly cinder in blending with M-Sand. Those building properties by this mixture (fly ash-M-Sand) need been mulled over should bring out those plausibilities of utilizing fly cinder in the development of embankments. Expansion by M-Sand to fly cinder brings about an expansion On most extreme dry thickness (EDT), and toward that same duration of the time watched An diminish over optimum moisture content (OMC). Those composite comprising of 40% flies cinder. + 60% M-Sand generated all the most extreme dry thickness (EDT) for 1.55 g/cm3. This composite material might make utilized to the development of subgrade to country streets.

Analysis of Resorting Triple Blending Fly Ash for Strengthen the Elastic Properties of Fiber Concrete

Deepak Varshney; Hemant Singh Parihar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 360-364

One of the most prominent technologies that is developing since 1980 in concrete technology is SCC (self-compacting concrete). It is initially developed in japan, and further extended all over the entire world with constant enhancing and divergent amount of applications. Because of its definite increased properties, the term SCC might research over the concrete structure’s quality and open novel fields for concrete implementation. This SCC gets dense and compacted because of their own weight. The simulation study is conducted to examine divergent characters such as workability & strength of SCC. Moreover, a test comprising several proportions of fiber for specific combination of SCC has been conducted. Here, the test models utilized for researching the new concrete properties were L-Box, V-Funnel, Slump test and U-Tube. Some of the properties like tensile, flexure and compressive strength of the technology SCC have also been examined. The test comes exhibited that the SCC workability characteristics are within boundaries of SCC limits. The difference of divergent factors of M50 (hardened concrete) in regard to several percentages of contents of steel fibre have also been investigated.

Effect of fly ash and micronutrients (Zn and Fe) on Stover and seed yield of maize crop

Mayur Gopinath Thalkar; Sarwan Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2676-2683

A field experiment was conducted at the main Field Station, Department of Agriculture, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab during session 2018-2019 on sandy loam soil with ph 7.41 and Ec 0.35(ds m-1). The study was done to evaluate the “Effect of Fly ash and micronutrients (Zn and Fe) on yield of maize crop.” Pioneer 3401 hybrid variety was used. The experiment has seven treatments T1 (RDF), T2(Fly ash 10 t ha-1), T3(RDF + Zn EDTA 12%), T4(RDF + Fe EDTA 12%), T5(RDF + Fly ash 10 t ha-1+ Zn EDTA 12%), T6(RDF + Fly ash 10 t ha-1+ Fe EDTA 12%) and T7(RDF + Fly ash 10 t ha-1 + Zn EDTA 12% + Fe EDTA 12%) and was arranged in RBD design. The different parameters of growth and yield were evaluated. It was reported that T7 shows the maximum records of Number of cobs per plant (1.73), cob length (18.17 cm), cob weight (141.57 g), grains per cob (339.86), cob girth (14.03 cm), grain rows per cob (13.26), 100 seed weight (26 g) and seed yield (70.27q/ha).The least was recorded from T1 treatment. The yield of a crop has shown more responses to the combine application of RDF, Fly ash and foliar spray of Zn and Fe. The combination of fertilizers has an anticipated command on maize cultivar.