Mechanical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced Rubberized Blended Cement Concrete
Tyre disposal is a significant global environmental issue that poses environmental risks. Tyre rubber waste material, often known as crumb rubber, is a waste product that works well in concrete applications. It is possible to have more flexible concrete while using the waste tire rubber. The purpose concerning this study be able produce Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Rubberized Blended Cement Concrete utilizing waste tyre rubber and fly ash as a prejudiced substitute for fine aggregate and cement. In rubberized concrete, replacement of soil accompanying morsel elastic shows decreases in the substance of hardened. To improve the strength of hardened, use carbon nanotubes as support in rubberized concrete. Crumb rubber is treated with cement coating which significantly shows improvement in chloride permeability. Combined effect of crumb rubber and carbon nanotube shows good performance in chloride permeability. The findings of this study show the mechanical properties of reinforced rubberized blended cement concrete containing carbon nanotubes.
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