RESEARCH OF CEMENTITIOUS PROPERTIES IN PROSOPIS JULIFLORA ASH USING FTIR
Publication Date : 23/03/2020
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Cement is the one of the World’s most significant manufactured material. 5% of the total release of CO2 to the atmosphere is caused during the manufacturing for cement in cement industries. In an effort to reduce anthropogenic CO2 emission and for the economic reasons by-products are used as cementitious materials. Reuse of a large amount of waste materials like fly ash, PJ ash, silica fume, are done in large extents in the manufacture of cement and cementitious products. Prosopis Juliflora Ash (PJA) is derived from the stem and roots of the PJ tree. In this paper the PJA sample is examined by using FTIR. The peak values from the FTIR test shows the functional groups present in the PJA sample and those functional groups are tabled. In this paper gives the clear view of using stem and roots of the PJ tree and make them as ecofriendly to environment.
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