High strength concrete using ground granulated blast-furnace slag with Alccofine and with silica fume
High strength concrete (HSC) is highly promising building material widely used in large scale concrete constructions that require high strength, high flow ability and high durability. Several studies have been carried out in past decades to identify the use of supplementary cementitious material in concrete. To increase the durability along with strength of concrete leads to the use of high-strength concrete which is more beneficial for environmental attacks on the structure. Various studies are performed on HSC with respect to workability, strength and durability. The addition of different mineral and chemical admixtures increases the strength and durability of HSC. The effect of SCM on strength and durability of High Strength Concrete (HPC) using ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS) with Alccofine and GGBS with silica fume is studied.