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Flexural Test of Fly Ash based Geopolimer Concrete Beams
1 Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Negeri Malang, Malang, Indonesia
2 Konsorsium Riset Geopolimer Indonesia (KORIGI), Lab Beton dan Bahan Bangunan ITS, Surabaya, Indonesia
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Fly ash is a by-product from the coal industry, which is widely available in Indonesia. Fly ash contains quite high silicate and alumina. Silica and alumina reacts with alkaline solution to produce alumina silicate gel which binds the aggregate to produce geopolymer concrete. Geopolymer concrete is introduced as an environmental concrete with high compressive strength. The use of geopolymer concrete beams is a solution to reduce the effects of greenhouse gases. This research uses experimental designs. The data are obtained from the testing of 4 pieces of reinforced geopolymer concrete beams and reinforced ordinary concrete beams with a / d of 1.11 and 2.24. The results are obtained from the maximum load that can be accepted by the beam. The results of this study are: (1) Geopolymer concrete cylinder has 26.78% higher compressive strength than ordinary concrete cylinders (2) Ordinary concrete beams can withstand 34.8% load higher compared to the geopolymer concrete beam (3) Reinforced ordinary concrete beams experience bending shear collapse while reinforced geopolymer concrete beam experience pure bending collapse.
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