SUITABILITY OF DIFFERENT ADMIXTURES ON THE PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE: A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW

ASHISH JAIN J.N. VYAS

Abstract


Enhanced properties in the concrete are the foremost requirement of today, and in this regard contribution of admixtures cannot be overlooked. These powders or solutions are basically used to enhance workability as well as strength in the concrete. Present research work is devoted to analyze the investigations made by different researchers in the field of admixtures. The research work presents the summary of different research works and concludes with identified gaps in the research as well as identified objectives of the research.  


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