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EFFECT OF EXTREME WEATHER CONDITION

CURING ON SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE

By
SONANI DHVANIKUMAR D.
(120070720001)

PROF. NANAK J. PAMNANI


Principal,
H.B.Patel polytechnic,
Limbodara,
Lunawada, (Dist. Mahisagar)

DR. DARSHANA R. BHATT


Associate professor,
Department of structural engineering
BVM engineering college, V.v.n, Anand

A Dissertation Phase-II (730001) Submitted to


Gujarat Technological University
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for
The Degree of Master of Engineering
In Structural Engineering

May 2014

BIRLA VISHVAKARMA MAHAVIDYALAYA ENGINEERING COLLEGE


VALLABH VIDYANAGAR
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Certificate
This is to certify that research work embodied in this dissertation
entitled EFFECT OF EXTREME WEATHER CONDITION
CURING ON SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE was carried
out by Mr. SONANI DHVANIKUMAR D. (120070720001) at
Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya (BVM) Engineering College for
Dissertation Phase -II (740001) of M.E Structural Engineering. This
research work has been carried out under our supervision and is to
our satisfaction.
Date:
Place:
Signature of Guide
PROF. NANAK J. PAMNANI
Principal,
H.B.Patel polytechnic,
Limbodara,
Lunawada, (Dist. Mahisagar)

Signature of HOD
PROF. A.K.VERMA,
Associate Professor and
Head, Department of
structural engineering,
BVM Engineering
College, Vallabh
Vidyanagar

Signature of principal

DR.F.S.UMRIGAR,
Principal, BVM Engineering
College, Vallabh Vidyanagar

Signature of co-guide
DR. DARSHANA R.
BHATT
Associate professor,
Department of structural
engineering,
BVM engineering college,
V.V.Nagar

Compliance

Thesis Approval

Declaration of originality

Acknowledgement
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With great pleasure & deep sense gratitude I would like to extent out sincere thanks to
almighty GOD for his peace and blessings for granting me the chance and the ability to
successfully complete this study.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank my guides PROF. NANAK J PAMNANI,
Principal,

H.B.Patel

Polytechnic,

Limbodara,

Lunawada,

(Dist.

Mahisagar).

DR.

DARSHANA R. BHATT, Associate Professor, Department of structural engineering, Birla


Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Whose timely and
persistent guidance has played a key role in making my dissertation a success.
I express sincere thanks to DR.F.S.UMRIGAR, Principal, Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya
Engineering College, Vallabh Vidyanagar and PROF. A.K.VERMA, Associate Professor and
Head, Structural Engineering, Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya Engineering College,
Vallabh Vidyanagar for giving us an opportunity to undertake this research study.
Special thanks to MY FAMILY members for their everlasting love and financial support
throughout my numerous academic years. Without their support, I would not have been able
to accomplish my dreams.
I would also like to thank all MY FRIENDS who have directly or indirectly provided their
unerring support throughout the course of this dissertation work, without whom none of this
would have been possible.

SONANI DHVANIKUMAR DALSUKHBHAI


M.E. STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
ENROLLMENT NO: 120070720001

TITLE PAGE
CERTIFICATE
COMPLIANCE
THESIS APPROVAL
DECLARATION OF ORIGINALITY

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF FIGURES
LIST OF TABLES
LIST OF ABBREVIATION
ABSTRACT

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Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 General
1.2 Need for study
1.3 Objectives
1.4 Scope of work

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Chapter 2: LITERATURE REVIEW

Chapter 3: SCENARIO OF SCC


3.1 History of self-compacted concrete (SCC)
3.2 Present scenario in India
3.3 Merits
Chapter 4: MATERIALS
4.1 Admixture
4.1.1 Superplasticizer (HRWR)
4.1.2 Classification of SP
4.1.2.1 Glanium sky B276 suretec
4.2 Cement
4.2.1 Ordinary Portland cement (OPC)
4.3 Aggregate
4.3.1 Fine aggregate (SAND)
4.3.2 Course aggregate
4.3.2.1 Course aggregate (GRIT)
4.3.2.2 Course aggregate (GRAVEL)
4.4 Fly ash
4.5 Compatibility of SP & Cement
4.5.1 Marsh cone test
Chapter 5: METHODOLOGY
5.1 Mix design and trail mixes
5.1.1 General
5.1.2 Mixing procedure
5.1.3 Trail mixes
5.2 Requirement for SCC
5.2.1 Test method
5.2.1.1 Slump flow test and T50cm test
5.2.1.2 V-funnel test
5.2.1.3 L-box test method
5.2.1.4 U-box test method
5.3 Compressive strength test
5.4 Flexural strength test
5.5 Split tensile strength test
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Chapter 6: RESULTS AND DATA ANALYSIS


6.1 Source of materials
6.2 Quantity of samples
6.3 Sample testing
6.3.1 Compressive strength test
6.3.2 Flexural strength test
6.3.3 Split tensile strength test
Chapter 7: COST ANALYSIS
7.1 Mix: self-compacted concrete M30 grade
7.2 Mix: self-compacted concrete M50 grade
Chapter 8: CONCLUSION
Chapter 9: REFERENCES
TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF FIGURES
Fig 4.1
Fig 4.2
Fig 4.3
Fig 4.4
Fig 5.1
Fig 5.2
Fig 5.3
Fig 5.4
Fig 5.5
Fig 5.6
Fig 5.7
Fig 5.8
Fig 5.9
Fig 6.1
Fig 6.2
Fig 6.3
Fig 6.4
Fig 6.5
Fig 6.6
Fig 6.7
Fig 6.8
Fig 6.9
Fig 6.10
Fig 6.11
Fig 6.12
Fig 7.1
Fig 7.2

Glanium sky B276


Types of aggregate
Marsh cone test
Optimization of superplasticizer dosage
Trail mix procedure
Mixing machine
Slump flow test equipment
V-funnel test equipment
L-box test equipment
U-box test equipment
Compression testing
Flexural testing
Split tensile strength testing
Days v/s compression strength of M3I
Days v/s compressive strength of M3B
Days v/s compressive strength of M3S
Days v/s compression strength of M5I
Days v/s compressive strength of M5B
Days v/s compressive strength of M5S
Comparision between different curing methods of M30 SCC
Comparision between different curing methods of M50 SCC
Average flexural strength of M30 SCC
Average flexural strength of M50 SCC
Split tensile strength of M30 SCC
Split tensile strength of M50 SCC
Total cost for M30 of different curing methods
Total cost for M50 of different curing methods

LIST OF TABLES

Table 4.1

Properties of Glanium sky B276 suretec

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Table 4.2
Physical properties of portable cement
Table 4.3
Chemical properties of Portland cement
Table 4.4
Properties of sand or fine aggregate
Table 4.5
Properties of grit or course aggregate
Table 4.6
Properties of gravel or course aggregate
Table 4.7
Physical properties of fly ash
Table 4.8
Marsh cone time in sec
Table 5.1
Trail mixes
Table 5.2
Design select for M30 concrete
Table 5.3
Design select for M50 concrete
Table 5.4
List of test methods for workability properties of SCC
Table 5.5
Acceptance criteria for SCC
Table 6.1
Sources of materials
Table 6.2
Quantity of samples
Table 6.3
Compression strength result of M3I for 3 days
Table 6.4
Compression strength result of M3I for 7 days
Table 6.5
Compression strength result of M3I for 28 days
Table 6.6
Compression strength result of M3B for 3 days
Table 6.7
Compression strength result of M3B for 7 days
Table 6.8
Compression strength result of M3B for 28 days
Table 6.9
Compression strength result of M3S for 3 days
Table 6.10 Compression strength result of M3S for 7 days
Table 6.11 Compression strength result of M3S for 28 days
Table 6.12 Compression strength result of M3H for 28 days
Table 6.13 Compression strength result of M5I for 3 days
Table 6.14 Compression strength result of M5I for 7 days
Table 6.15 Compression strength result of M5I for 28 days
Table 6.16 Compression strength result of M5B for 3 days
Table 6.17 Compression strength result of M5B for 7 days
Table 6.18 Compression strength result of M5B for 28 days
Table 6.19 Compression strength result of M5S for 3 days
Table 6.20 Compression strength result of M5S for 7 days
Table 6.21 Compression strength result of M5S for 28 days
Table 6.22 Compression strength result of M5H for 28 days
Table 6.23 Flexural strength result of M3I for 28 days
Table 6.24 Flexural strength result of M3B for 28 days
Table 6.25 Flexural strength result of M3S for 28 days
Table 6.26 Flexural strength result of M3H for 28 days
Table 6.27 Flexural strength result of M5I for 28 days
Table 6.28 Flexural strength result of M5B for 28 days
Table 6.29 Flexural strength result of M5S for 28 days
Table 6.30 Flexural strength result of M5H for 28 days
Table 6.31 Split tensile strength results of M3I for 28 days
Table 6.32 Split tensile strength results of M3B for 28 days
Table 6.33 Split tensile strength results of M3S for 28 days
Table 6.34 Split tensile strength results of M3H for 28 days
Table 6.35 Split tensile strength results of M5I for 28 days
Table 6.36 Split tensile strength results of M5B for 28 days
Table 6.37 Split tensile strength results of M5S for 28 days
Table 6.38 Split tensile strength results of M5H for 28 days
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Table 7.1
Table 7.2
Table 7.3
Table 7.4

Rates & cost for M30 grade SCC


Approx. rate for curing methods for M30 SCC
Rates & cost for M50 grade SCC
Approx. rate for curing methods for M50 SCC

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LIST OF ABBREVIATION
SCC
M3I
M3B
M3S
M3H
M5I
M5B
M5S
M5H

Self-Compacting Concrete
Immersion curing of M30 grade SCC
Ice curing of M30 grade SCC
Sea water curing of M30 SCC
Hot water curing of M30 SCC
Immersion curing of M50 grade SCC
Ice curing of M50 grade SCC
Sea water curing of M50 SCC
Hot water curing of M50 SCC

Abstract

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