Optimization of the Mechanical Formulation of Typha Concrete
Adam Gaye1, Mamadou Babacar Ndiaye2, Oumar Diallo3, Harouna Mamadou Bal4, Salif Gaye5
1Adam Gaye, Department of Science and Technology, Doctoral school Sustainable Development and Society, Thiès, Senegal.
2Mamadou Babacar Ndiaye, University Institute of Technology, Thiès, Senegal.
3Oumar Diallo, University Institute of Technology, Thiès, Senegal.
4Harouna Mamadou Bal, University Institute of Technology, Thiès, Senegal.
5Salif Gaye, University Institute of Technology, Thiès, Senegal.
Manuscript received on December 18, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on January 01, 2020. | Manuscript published on January 10, 2021. | PP: 54-58 | Volume-10 Issue-3, January 2021 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.C83770110321| DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.C8377.0110321
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Abstract: In order to address energy efficiency issues in the building sector, we conducted this study which focuses on the optimization of the mechanical characteristics of Typha concrete for its use in load-bearing structures of buildings. The fact that buildings are very energy-intensive makes it essential to develop new forms of construction based on bioclimatic architecture and the valorization of certain materials considered as waste in construction. To achieve these objectives, wehave targeted the use of Typha Australis thanks to its great availability and high the rmalinsulation capacity. Thus, starting from the composition of a control concrete determined bythe Dreux Gorisse formulation method with a characteristic compressive strength of 20 MPaat 28 days, Typha S1 series concretes are formulated with the substitution of sand up to 40, 50,and 60% of Typha. In order to increase the mechanical strength of Typha S1 series concretes, the cement class and G/S ratio are increased for the second S2 series. At the end of this research, the results obtained show that some of these concretes withdifferent proportions of Typha have good mechanical performance, which depends on theirstructural use.
Keywords: Load bearing Structure, Mechanical resistance, Typha concrete, Typha Australis.
Scope of the Article: Mechanical Design