Experimental Investigation of Partial Substitution of Cement with Eggshell Ash in M20 Grade Concrete

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Department of Civil Engineering

Abstract

Commonly used for bonding construction materials, cement has influenced not only construction industry, but also environmental design systems. Mass production of cement from rocks of heavy minerals (plaster of Paris) is known to result in large amounts of mineral waste and requires ball mill processing systems. In this research, partial substitution of cement with eggshell ash in M20 grade concrete at 20, 30, and 40% is considered.

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