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Ch.Naresh kumar1 , D.Vijaya2

Published in: Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences
Volume- 4, Issue-5, pp.125-128, Oct 2017
DPI :-> 16.10089.JARAS.2017.V4I5.125128.2095

Pervious concrete, sometimes referred to as no-fines, gap-graded, permeable, or enhanced porosity concrete, is an innovative approach to controlling, managing, and treating stormwater runoff. When used in pavement applications, pervious concrete can effectively capture and store stormwater runoff, thereby allowing the runoff to percolate into the ground and recharge groundwater supplies. The advantages of this type of concrete are lower density, lower cost due to lower cement content, lower thermal conductivity, relatively low drying shrinkage, no segregation and capillary movement of water. It has better insulating characteristics than conventional concrete because of the presence of large voids. In the present study M20 pervious concrete is designed by ACI522R-10 design code. In this study the fine aggregate is used in various proportions such as 0 % , 10 % in the mix and cement is replaced partially about 30 % by flyash and the variation in the properties are studied. Properties such as compressive strength, split tensile strength are studied for M20 grade by considering the w/c ratio as 0.34.

Key-Words / Index Term
Pervious Concrete , Fine Aggregate , FlyAsh , Strength Properties

How to cite this article
Ch.Naresh kumar1 , D.Vijaya2 , “A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PROPERTIES OF PERVIOUS CONCRETE FOR PAVEMENTS USING FLYASH”, Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences, 4, Issue-5, pp.125-128, Oct 2017. DPI:16.10089.JARAS.V4.I5.2095