An Experimental Investigation of development of black cotton soil brick from Biodegradable Waste Material
Bricks play a fundamental role in the field of construction. Different types of Bricks are available for different purposes. The experiment was undertaken to investigate the effect of sawdust (RHA), rice husk (RH), sugar cane husk (SCH) and coconut husk (CH) and fly ash when replaced with basic constituents present in Standard bricks while making bricks from black cotton soil. This research study describes the results that are obtained by conducting various tests on the black cotton soil bricks that are made using these Biodegradable Wastes.
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