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CIVIL ENGINEERING MATERIAL

CEMB 113
DR.SALMIA BINTI BEDDU

SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE (SCC)

NAME ID.NO
Muhammad Redza Shyazril Bin Ramli CE0102226
Muhamad Sufian Bin Rohaizi CE0102348
Muhammad Faiq Alimin CE0102351
Johan Arif Bin Ahmad Kamal Arif CE0102825
Tofiq Yahya Mutalib Tofiq CE0102364
By the early 1990s, Japan has developed and used SCC

Self compacted concrete is highly engineered concrete with


much higher fluidity without segregation and is capable of
filling every corner of formwork under its self weight.

Thus SCC eliminates the vibration for the compaction of


concrete without affecting its engineering properties.

As of the year 2000, SCC used for prefabricated products


(precast members) and ready mixed concrete in JAPAN, USA
and later on INDIA etc.
Bond Behavior of Self-Consolidating
Concrete with Mineral and Chemical
Admixture
i) Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) is known for its excellent
deformability and high resistance to segregation

ii) Use in congested reinforced concrete structures characterized


by difficult casting conditions without applying vibration

iii) Found that the reduction in bond strength due to bleeding and
inhomogeneous nature was less compared to Normal Concrete
CONSTITUENTS OF SELF-CONSOLIDATING
CONCRETE
1. Cement
2. Aggregates
3. Water
4. Chemical Admixtures -Super Plasticizers
-Viscosity Modifying Agents
5. Mineral Admixtures -Fly Ash
-Silica Fume
Behavior of full-scale self-consolidating
concrete

a) The performance of SCC/NC was


evaluated based on the results of crack
pattern, crack widths, loads at the first
flexure/diagonal cracking, ultimate shear
resistance, and failure modes

b) Strength of SCC beams was found to be


slightly lower than that of NC
In terms of the durability, the reduction in cement paste is
crucial to both volume stability and long-term
performance of concrete

The slump and slump flow spread of fresh self-


consolidating lightweight concrete (SCLWC) are designed
to be within 230270 and 550650 mm, respectively.

The test results indicate that the 91-day compressive


strength of SCLWC is up to 56 MPa when cement content
is 386 kg/m3 and water content is 150 kg/m3.

If enough cement paste is used, then the less the paste


amount and the denser the packing of aggregate, the
higher the strength efficiency of cement and the electric
resistance, and the lower the chloride ion penetrability
capacity of SCLWC
elf-compacting concrete has been used in
bridges and even on pre-cast sections. One of the
most remarkable projects built using self-
compacting concrete for the
. In this project, the SCC was
mixed on-site and pumped through a piping
system to the specified point, located 200 meters
away. On this particular project, the construction
time was reduced from 2.5 years to 2 years. This
type of concrete is ideal to be used in the
following applications:
AKASHI-KAIKYO BRIDGE
DRILLED SHAFTS
ADVANTAGES OF SELF COMPACTING
CONCRETE:
DISADVANTAGES OF SELF COMPACTING
CONCRETE:

1. SCC requires high fluidity in tight joints formwork,


which slow downs the casting rate.
2. Due to its low water-cement ratio, plastic shrinkage
cracks may occur. But this can be avoided by curing
properly.
3. Highly skilled and experienced workers are required
for the production of SCC.
4. It is more costly than any other conventional concrete
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