Reactive Powder Concrete Seminar Abstract, Report

An Introduction to Reactive Powder Concrete
Modern civil engineering now uses special design techniques to ensure a durable and stable building structure. Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) is an emerging modern composite matter with the aim of allowing the concrete manufacturing and production to optimize material utilization. Silica is the major ingredient of reactive powder concrete. The Reactive Powder Concrete has compressive strength which ranges from two hundred MPa to eight hundred MPa. With the help of reactive Powder Concrete produces special cost-effective benefits and help building structures which are very strong, tough, and friendly with the environment. Some decades back civil engineers preferred HPC. The acronym HPC stands for high performance concrete. High-Performance Concrete (HPC) is an uncomplicated blend of water, cement and other collective components.

It also encloses unique mineral components along with chemical admixtures. These mixtures have very precise characteristics. This specific uniqueness present in HPC gives a defined property to the concrete. Several laboratory tests have proved that Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC) is much better than High-Performance Concrete (HPC). RPC is manufactured from very fine powders of ingredients like silica fume, sand, quartz powder, cement, steel fibers and super plasticizer. A very solid equation and matrix is attained by optimizing the coarse packing of the dried out fine powder. This gives RPC structures extra durability

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