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CVEN4004 Research Conference Presentation Rubric

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Research deals with investigation of the performance of
concrete of a geopolymer material alongside the
ferrocement based reinforcement cement performance.
After this, comparisons of the two brands are made in
relation to their behavioural failure.
OBJECTIVES
Studying different arrangement of layers, their effects
alongside the wire mesh types.
Investigating behavior and failure in relation to the
mechanisms of the ferrogeopolymer elements and
fibrocement flexures(Kumutha et al., 2016).
Comparing load capacity in flexure and toughness
between ferrogeopolymer and ferrocement
PROBLEM DEFINITION
The aim of this project is to give a comparison
between ferrogeopolymer concrete and
ferrocement with the use of flexural method of
testing (Hardjito, Djwantoro and Tsen 2013).
Further, the literature review gave a
demonstration of how the approach to this
experiment should go (Banu,Saranya,Dharmar and
Nagan 2014).
Dimensions
Basing our reference on the lack of information in
the section of the literature review, some
dimensions have been selected as samples.
Experimental Approach
Wire meshes
Basing our information of the literature review, it was
founded that wire mesh of square weld nature was
preferred over other types of mesh (Qidwai et al.,
2016).
Four-point bending testing with Linear
Differential Variable Transformer (LDVT)
From the literature review, flexure bending is
preferred for the elements of ferrocement. Therefore,
the testing here must show clear demonstrations of
the working procedures and practicality of
ferrocement reinforcement (Rashad,2018).
Experimental Approach
Cont.
Materials
Aggregates
Ferrocement is also referred as an element of a thin
cell. In this prospect, using course aggregate can
make the aggregate stick itself to the layer at the
top. This would create a void in the samples.
Thus, the only filler used in this experimental setup
in this paper is fine sand aggregate (Amritphale et
al.,2018).
the saturated Surface dry (SSD) preparation of sand
is in line with AS1012.2-1994 (AS/NZS 1994) but for
larger sand quantities, it proves to be difficult in
achieving the preferred condition(Ganeshan,
Mahima and Sreevidya Venkataraman,2018).
Experimental Approach
Cont.
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