Strength and durability study of high strength concrete incorporating aqueous extract of okra as a bio admixture with silica fume as a partial replacement of cement
The use of bio admixture such as aqueous extract of okra was used as a low cost admixture with silica fume as a partial replacement of cement in the production of high strength concrete. Bio admixture was prepared in the ratio of 1:10, 1:20, 1:30, and was mixed in the production of high strength concrete. Various hardened and fresh properties with the presence of bio admixture and silica fume as a partial replacement of cement will be evaluated.
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