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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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A Review on Impact of Carbon Nanotubes on Mechanical Properties of Concrete Mix

Author: RAVINDRA PATEL, DR.PRADEEP JADHAV, DR.SACHIN CHAUVAN, HEMKANT BHAMARE
Abstract: Concrete is a basic building material. Many improvements are being made to the reconstruction and development of concrete materials such as different construction sites, soil conditions in areas that require different concrete structures. In order to develop buildings of any type of concrete, we need to develop concrete structures and achieve the desired properties, we need to first understand the different types of cement mortar called Bogues compounds. Nanotechnology works by nanoscale where the properties of any material differ in their great size showing many changes in their mechanical, optical, thermal, physical, chemical and other properties. In this review, we will focus on the impact of carbon nanotubes on concrete compression. Cube size 15 X 15 X 15 cm. The distinct concentration of nanoparticles embedded in concrete helps us to understand how nano particles help us to improve the compression strength of concrete.
Keyword: Carbon nanotubes, Concrete, Construction, Engineering
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2023.15.02.008
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