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Pervious Concrete: An Overview and Experimental Study

T S S Hoshitha 1 , A Mallinadh Kashyap 2 and T Chandrasekhar Rao 3

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science , Volume 982 , 2021 International Conference on Innovative and Sustainable Technologies in Civil Engineering 24-25 September 2021, Bapatla, India Citation T S S Hoshitha et al 2022 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 982 012020 DOI 10.1088/1755-1315/982/1/012020

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The present climatic changes are occurring because of the various activities of the humans such as urbanization and increasing threat of green-house gas (GHG) emissions resulted in precipitation increase in many geographical areas. In view of this, OPC based pervious concrete (PC) was developed in order to enhance the sustainability of the urban drainage systems (UDS). No fines concrete also coined as OPC based pervious concrete (PC) which is a versatile material with high porosity content applicable in flat work applications which allows the water from various sources such as precipitation and other sources to flow through and in turn recharges the ground water levels. Apart from these aspects, PC can significantly decrease the solar radiation absorption and urban heat storing potential which leads to the protection of the environment as well as the health and safety of the human beings. Generally, no fines concrete generally consists of cementitious paste to overlay the coarse aggregate which relates the vanderwall bond between the coarse aggregate and the cement. However, PC requires periodical maintenance in order to prevent any sort of clogging within the voids by the vegetation and sediments. In the present investigation, the overview of PC as well as the experimentation to study the mechanical strength characteristics by the utilization of industrial waste exhausts materials like fly ash. The study conferred that addition of fly ash to pervious concrete significantly enhances the mechanical strength characteristics of PC. An equation is proposed to establish a correlation between split-tensile strength and flexural strength of PC and it is in good agreement with the previous studies.

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This paper presents various past studies on pervious concrete where cement is partially replaced by using one or more mineral admixtures and the effect of mineral admixtures on the efficiency of pervious concrete. A systematic literature review is carried out on the properties of pervious concrete to categorize and evaluate the published literature on usage of pervious concrete and the results of experimental investigation. This review study includes types of supplementary cementitious materials (SCM) like fly ash, silica fume and other waste material, etc., which has been utilized in the making of pervious concrete. Following a brief outline of the important parameters for designing and analysis of pervious concrete using SCM as well as critical observation from the previous literature is discussed. Pervious Pavements are one of the most important components of a city’s infrastructure covering significant portions of urban land.

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An Experimental Study on Application of Pervious Concrete in Effective Rainwater Harvesting System

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India is a subtropical country, which receives good amount of rain each year. Due to sudden and massive urbanization, the availability and supply of water for domestic purpose has introduced new challenges in urban water supply. Rainwater harvesting is a sustainable and reliable approach to manage the water in urban areas. In the recent years, rainwater harvesting is as statutory mandate during construction approval. Pervious concrete is a application oriented special concrete product, which has been effectively used to manage the surface run off in the shoulder, parking lane and other highway applications. In the present experimental study, efforts are made to use the pervious concrete as filtration medium for rainwater harvesting. The mechanical properties and permeability of pervious concrete are studied. A filtration medium model has prepared to study the permeability.

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As population is increasing, urbanisation is the main cause which leads to increase the impervious surface grounds, which is blocking the snow precipitation and rainfall over the soil. Now a day's cities are covered with structures and the concrete roads. Due to which there is increase in the excessive surface runoff, which can result into bank erosion, downstream floods and also the pollutants get transported into the potable water supplies. In absence of constant water supply into soil, it will be difficult for plants to grow in normal way. Moreover, it's hard to exchange heat and moisture with air for the soil. So, humidity and temperature of the surface of the earth in big cities can't b maintained and the plash on the road surface in the time of a rain reduces the safety of traffic of foot passenger and vehicle. Which has a more effect on the water table. The only solution for this problem is paving roads with pervious concrete. This paper tells about different tests done on pervious concrete.

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