Behaviour of reinforced concrete beam with silica fume under static loading / Mohd Junaidi Mohamad

Mohamad, Mohd Junaidi (2006) Behaviour of reinforced concrete beam with silica fume under static loading / Mohd Junaidi Mohamad. [Student Project] (Submitted)

Abstract

Generally, normal concrete have a limited capability to sustain heavy load. By using high
strength concrete graded seem like a solution to the problem. However for high rise
building, something needs to be done to the available high strength concrete. Hope that by
using silica fume as cement replacement, the strength of the concrete will increase. The
purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of replacement of cement (by mass) with
ten percentages of silica fume in reinforced concrete beam under static loading. The
results of an experimental study that was carried out to examine the behaviour of
reinforced concrete beam with silica fume. By this method, the concrete grade 60 may be
achieved. In this study, three (3) sample of reinforced concrete beam incorporating silica
fume, water binder ratio of 0.30, with respect to the serviceability and ultimate limits was
cast and have been tested under static loading until failure. The reinforced concrete beams
were considered stiffer and show the consistency as the effect of silica fume. The
specimens of reinforced concrete beam also have been modeled by using LUSAS
software. The result of simulation also has been carried out and discussed.

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Item Type: Student Project
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Mohamad, Mohd Junaidi
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Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering. Civil engineering > Reinforced concrete
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Pulau Pinang > Permatang Pauh Campus > Faculty of Civil Engineering
Keywords: Reinforced concrete; Beam; Silica fume
Date: 15 May 2006
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/19753
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