Enhancement of Properties of Recycled Coarse Aggregate Concrete Using Ureolytic Bacteria

M. Venkatesh, M. Mujahid Ahmed


Construction industry utilizes Portland cement which is known to be an overwhelming supporter of the CO2 discharges and natural harm. Consolidation of mechanical wastes like pulverized old concrete as beneficial cementing materials (SCMs) could result in a generous decrease of the general CO2 impression of the last concrete item. In any case, utilization of the valuable materials in construction industry particularly really taking shape of concrete is highly testing. Huge research endeavors are required to think about the designing properties of concrete joining such modern wastes. Present research is a push to improve the properties of reused coarse total concrete utilizing microscopic organisms.


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