An Experimental Study on Strength Analysis of Fully Recycled Mortar Cubes
Concrete has non-renewable raw materials that are in high demand globally as a result of the construction industry's explosive growth. In order to stop the depletion of natural resources, a substitute for these basic materials is needed. Concrete can be made with recycled aggregates (RA) and recycled powder (RP), which are materials made from construction and demolition (C&D) waste. However, more research and development are needed before this method can be put into practice. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the compressive strength of mortar cubes made with recycled powder and aggregates. Additionally, polypropylene fibers are added to this blend as an additive to test how well it performs.
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