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Effects of Molority on Bond Strength of Brick Masonry with Alkali Activated Composite Mud Mortar - Modelling by Ansys

Version 1 : Received: 28 August 2020 / Approved: 31 August 2020 / Online: 31 August 2020 (05:05:14 CEST)

How to cite: Periasamy, P.; P.S., K. Effects of Molority on Bond Strength of Brick Masonry with Alkali Activated Composite Mud Mortar - Modelling by Ansys. Preprints 2020, 2020080703 Periasamy, P.; P.S., K. Effects of Molority on Bond Strength of Brick Masonry with Alkali Activated Composite Mud Mortar - Modelling by Ansys. Preprints 2020, 2020080703

Abstract

This study identifies new Alkali Activated Composite Mud Mortar to alternate Cement Mortar used for laying masonry works. This study handles both experimental and numerical analysis of strength and durability for mortar, especially bond strength along mortar and brick joints have studied detail and compared with ANSYS. The bond strength has estimated through the triplet brick prism of shear behavior. The strength and deformation characteristics of masonry constituents obtained from these tests depend on the actual composite conduct of masonry. There is always a good reception for environmentally friendly, low energy, new construction materials, and used in preparing mortar/brick unit combinations all around the world. Also, this study fulfills those requirements. Especially, masonry laid with the mud mortar meets all. Fly Ash, Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag, and Quarry Dust have utilized the new composites' preparation with 8Molority, 10Molority developed excellent strength. The composite specimens are having compression and bond strength, ranging from 4.84-5.14 and 0.12-0.18N/mm2. The mixed ratio of materials has taken (0.5 parts of Fly Ash, 0.5 parts of Steel Slag, 1.75 parts of Soil, and 0.25 parts of Quarry Dust). The samples tested resistance against acidic, sulfate, and alkalinity indicated PH values less than 7 and 9 simultaneously. Compression strength varied from 10-20% and gained more and fit composite used for mortar in masonry works.

Subject Areas

Alkali Activated Composite Mud Mortar; Alternate to Cement Mortar; Numerical Analysis; ANSYS; Bond strength; Shear crack behaviour

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