PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE WITH SUBSTITUTION OF FLY ASH AND SILICA FUME AFFECTED BY SEAWATERIgnatius Sudarsono 1 * ; S Imam Wahyudi 2 ; Henny Pratiwi Adi 3
Article Id - IJCIET_14_04_001, Pages : 1-12, Date of Publication : 20, July 2023
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Concrete is one of the primary construction materials, both for land and sea environments. Aggressive environmental factors, including abrasion by waves and ocean currents, often damage concrete in the marine environment. The research analyzed the effect of adding fly ash and silica fume without cement additives or other admixtures on concrete performance. The test object that is made is then immersed in freshwater and seawater. The specimens were tested in the laboratory to obtain concrete performance variables such as compressive strength and abrasion coefficient. Testing of abrasion on the samples resulted in adding fly ash and silica fume in the optimal amount to the concrete, which can reduce mass loss due to abrasion. From the test results of concrete soaked in seawater, the addition of fly ash had a good impact on the compressive strength and abrasion resistance of concrete, whereas in silica fume substitution concrete with substitution variations of 5%, 7%, and 10%, the compressive strength and abrasion values had the required achievement values. Substitution concrete with fly ash and silica fume as green concrete can increase the reliability of concrete against abrasion compared to ordinary concrete.
Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Concrete, Compressive Strength, Abrasion
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