A STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BLENDED CONCRETE
The microstructure of these composites to their macro-scale applications is being studied in this research. Three distinct functional cementitious composites are examined in this research. Cementation methods incorporating underground and
blended limestone with and without alumina are discussed in the first section. The underground systems are shown to outperform the blended systems owing to the difference in limestone grinding. The underground particle size distribution of
limestone and cement may be determined using a new method. It also examines a revolutionary material known as "ultra-high-performance concrete," which has higher compressive, tensile, and flexural strengths as well as longer service life than standard Portland cement concrete. It proposes an innovative first-principles based paradigm for designing cheap high-performance concretes using locally accessible components. Phase transition materials in a new form of concrete are examined in the concluding section of the investigation. Thermal stress and temperature profiles in concrete structures incorporating PCMs may be simulated using a software program.