POLYMER CONCRETE
AND FIBER
REINFORCED POLYMER
CONCRETE
PREPARED
BY
MOHAMMED ABDUL HAAKIM
WHY POLYMER CONCRETE
• DIFFERENT DRAWBACKS OF CONCRETE
• REDUCING THE DRAWBACKS
• ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE
• R...
MONOMERS
(GROUP OF
MONOMERS)
POLYMERS
SYNTHETIC(DERIVED
FROM PETROL,OIL)
THERMOSETTING(HIGH
TEMPERATURE)
THERMOPLASTIC(NOT...
POLYMERISATION TECHNIQUES
THERMAL CATALYST
GAMMA RADIATION PROMOTER-CATALYST
POLYMERISATION
POLYMER CONCRETE
POLYMER
AGGREG
ATES
WITH OR
WITHOUT
CEMENT
AND
WATER
POLYMER
CONCRETE
POLYMER CONCRETE
POLYMER MIX
CONCRETE
POLYMER CONCRETE
GEO POLYMER
CEMENT
POLYMER
IMPREGNATED
CONCRETE
TYPES OF POLYMER CO...
POLYMER CONCRETE
POLYMERIS
ATION
AGGREGATES
POLYMER
PREPARATION OF POLYMER
CONCRETE
PROPERTIES
• Depend upon the composition
PROPERTIES
COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH
• TENSILE STRENGTH
• IMPERMEABLE &
CHEMICAL
RESISTANCE
• INITIAL STRENGTH
• GOOD ADHESION
...
PREPARATION OF
GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE
•FLY ASH
•BLAST FURNACE SLAG
ALUMINO
SILICATES
•SODIUM HYDROXIDE
(NaOh)
•POTASSIUM
HYDR...
MIXING
The aggregates are prepared in saturated-
surface-dry (SSD) condition, and are kept in
plastic buckets with lid
The fly ash and the aggregates are first mixed
together dry in 80-litre capacity pan mixer
. Pan Mixer Used in the Manufac...
The liquid component of the mixture is then added to the dry
materials and the mixing continued usually for another four
m...
The fresh concrete could be handled up to 120 minutes
without any sign of setting and without any degradation
in the compr...
PROPERTIES
Cutting the world’s carbon.
Better compressive
strength.
Fire proof
Low permeability.
Eco-friendly.
DURABLE
RES...
TABLE
PREPARATION OF POLYMER
MODIFIED CONCRETE
POLYMER
FINE AND
COARSE
AGGREGAT
E
CEMENT
MORTAR
POLYMERIZ
ATION
POLYMER
MODIFIED...
PROPERTIES
BOND WITH OLD
CONCRETE
rehabilitation of
deteriorated floors,
pavements, and
bridge decks.
IMPERMEABLE
RESISTAN...
COMPOSITION
POLY VINYL ACETAE,ARCYLICGLUE,CEMENT MIX CONCRETE
PREPARATION OF POLYMER
IMPREGNATED CONCRETE
POLYMER IMPREGNATED CONCRETE
COMPLETE CURING GIVES
APPLYING OF POLYMER
SOAKING...
PROPERTIES
DENSITY
PERMEABLITY
DURABILITY
COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH
TENSILE STRENGTH
POROSITY
CORROSION
VOIDS
CRACKS
INCREASE
D...
FIBRE REINFORCED POLYMER
CONCRETE
PREPARATION OF FIBRE
REINFORCED POLYMER
CONCRETE
FIBER
REINFORCED
POLYMER
CONCRETE
FIBERS(GL
ASS,TEXTIL
E,ETC)
AGGREG
ATE
...
PROPERTIES
FLEXURAL STRENGTH
COMPRESSIVE
STRENGTH
DUCTILITY
DEPEND UPON TYPE
OF FIBRE
WORKABLITY
DEPEND UPON
COMPOSITION
I...
Test series Resin: sand (w.w–1) Fiber content (%)
Flexural
EPO100F 10:90 0
EPO101F 10:90 1
EPO102F 10:90 2
Compressive
EPO...
CONCLUSION
• The reduced CO2 emissions of Geopolymer cements
• a good alternative to Ordinary Portland Cement.
• comparabl...
PLACES OF APPLICATION
• hazardous waste containment,drains,manholes,acid
tanks
• swimming pools, tunnel lining, shells, fl...
FUTURE SCOPE
• cheaper polymers may be made for this purpose
• Further developments may lead to common usage
• alternative...
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Polymer concrete and fiber reinforced polymer concrete

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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. POLYMER CONCRETE AND FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER CONCRETE PREPARED BY MOHAMMED ABDUL HAAKIM
  • 2. WHY POLYMER CONCRETE • DIFFERENT DRAWBACKS OF CONCRETE • REDUCING THE DRAWBACKS • ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE • REDUCE GREEN HOUSE EFFECT • REDUCE ENERGY CONUMPTION
  • 3. MONOMERS (GROUP OF MONOMERS) POLYMERS SYNTHETIC(DERIVED FROM PETROL,OIL) THERMOSETTING(HIGH TEMPERATURE) THERMOPLASTIC(NOT SUITABLE FOR HIGHTEMPERATURE) NATURAL(AVAILABLE NATURALLY SOURCE LIKE WATER) ORGANIC(WITHOUT CARBON) CELLULOSE,NUCLEIC ACIDS INORGANIC(CARBON) DIAMOND,GRAPHITE CLASSIFICATION OF POLYMERS
  • 4. POLYMERISATION TECHNIQUES THERMAL CATALYST GAMMA RADIATION PROMOTER-CATALYST POLYMERISATION
  • 5. POLYMER CONCRETE POLYMER AGGREG ATES WITH OR WITHOUT CEMENT AND WATER POLYMER CONCRETE
  • 6. POLYMER CONCRETE POLYMER MIX CONCRETE POLYMER CONCRETE GEO POLYMER CEMENT POLYMER IMPREGNATED CONCRETE TYPES OF POLYMER CONCRETE
  • 7. POLYMER CONCRETE POLYMERIS ATION AGGREGATES POLYMER PREPARATION OF POLYMER CONCRETE
  • 8. PROPERTIES • Depend upon the composition
  • 9. PROPERTIES COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH • TENSILE STRENGTH • IMPERMEABLE & CHEMICAL RESISTANCE • INITIAL STRENGTH • GOOD ADHESION THERMAL CHARACTERISITICS • CREEP • CONTINIOUS LOADING • COST FAVOURABLE UNFAVOURABLE
  • 10. PREPARATION OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE •FLY ASH •BLAST FURNACE SLAG ALUMINO SILICATES •SODIUM HYDROXIDE (NaOh) •POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE(KOH) •SILICATES OF NA,K ETC… WATER+ALAKLI REAGENTS •FINE AGGREGATES •COARSE AGGREGATES AGGREGATES •GELATION AND POLYMERIZATION GIVES THE FINAL PRODUCT GEO POLYMER CONCRETE
  • 11. MIXING
  • 12. The aggregates are prepared in saturated- surface-dry (SSD) condition, and are kept in plastic buckets with lid
  • 13. The fly ash and the aggregates are first mixed together dry in 80-litre capacity pan mixer . Pan Mixer Used in the Manufacture of Geopolymer Concrete
  • 14. The liquid component of the mixture is then added to the dry materials and the mixing continued usually for another four minutes Addition of Liquid Component
  • 15. The fresh concrete could be handled up to 120 minutes without any sign of setting and without any degradation in the compressive strength Fresh Geopolymer Concrete Ready for Placing
  • 16. PROPERTIES Cutting the world’s carbon. Better compressive strength. Fire proof Low permeability. Eco-friendly. DURABLE RESISTANCE TO CORROSION Different source materials Contaminants New material Lack of awareness. ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
  • 17. TABLE
  • 18. PREPARATION OF POLYMER MODIFIED CONCRETE POLYMER FINE AND COARSE AGGREGAT E CEMENT MORTAR POLYMERIZ ATION POLYMER MODIFIED CONCRETE
  • 19. PROPERTIES BOND WITH OLD CONCRETE rehabilitation of deteriorated floors, pavements, and bridge decks. IMPERMEABLE RESISTANCE TO COROSION STRENGTH ,DURABILITY IF COMPOSITION CHANGES (EPOXY) USES DEFECTS
  • 20. COMPOSITION
  • 21. POLY VINYL ACETAE,ARCYLICGLUE,CEMENT MIX CONCRETE
  • 22. PREPARATION OF POLYMER IMPREGNATED CONCRETE POLYMER IMPREGNATED CONCRETE COMPLETE CURING GIVES APPLYING OF POLYMER SOAKING OF MONOMER SEALING THE MONOMER POLYMERISTAION SURFACE PREPARATION EVACUATION DRYING APPLICATION OF MONOMER
  • 23. PROPERTIES DENSITY PERMEABLITY DURABILITY COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH TENSILE STRENGTH POROSITY CORROSION VOIDS CRACKS INCREASE DECREASE
  • 24. FIBRE REINFORCED POLYMER CONCRETE
  • 25. PREPARATION OF FIBRE REINFORCED POLYMER CONCRETE FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER CONCRETE FIBERS(GL ASS,TEXTIL E,ETC) AGGREG ATE POLYMER RESINS
  • 26. PROPERTIES FLEXURAL STRENGTH COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH DUCTILITY DEPEND UPON TYPE OF FIBRE WORKABLITY DEPEND UPON COMPOSITION INCREASE RESIN REDUCTION IN STRENGTHS CRACKS INCREASE DECREASE
  • 27. Test series Resin: sand (w.w–1) Fiber content (%) Flexural EPO100F 10:90 0 EPO101F 10:90 1 EPO102F 10:90 2 Compressive EPO120C 12:88 0 EPO121C 12:88 1 EPO122C 12:88 2 Epoxy resin Sand Steel fibers of 0.24 mm diameter and 15 mm length, added in 0 to 3.5% by weight Flexural strength, creep Addition of 3.5% steel fibers increases the flexural strength by 40%.
  • 28. CONCLUSION • The reduced CO2 emissions of Geopolymer cements • a good alternative to Ordinary Portland Cement. • comparable to or better than traditional cements with respect to most properties. • Rapid curing, excellent bond to cement concrete and steel reinforcement, high strength,permeability,corrosion and durability • vary with temperature and polymer used. • The strength of polymer-modified concrete is greatly influenced by the mixing ratio of ingredients and type of the polymer used. • The strength and toughness of polymer concrete also increase with addition of fibers • Size of aggregates,microfiller • Low maintenance • Still there is no polymer to serve universal purposes
  • 29. PLACES OF APPLICATION • hazardous waste containment,drains,manholes,acid tanks • swimming pools, tunnel lining, shells, floor tiles, • 70–75% of its strength after a curing of one day at room temperature • The early strength gain is important in precast applications because it permits the structures to resist higher stresses early due to form-stripping, handling, transportation, and erection operations • Quick setting time • Environmental safety
  • 30. FUTURE SCOPE • cheaper polymers may be made for this purpose • Further developments may lead to common usage • alternative and potential replacement for OPC • reducing the greenhouse emissions • Creating awareness

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