Experimental Study on Pervious Concrete Pavement

V.S. Agilan, D.A. Amarnath, S. Aravind, S. Arun Kumar, Dr.D. Elango and Dr.S. Gunaselvi

Exploring the uniqueness of pervious concrete such as porosity, compressive and flexural strength is the major purpose of this paper. Pervious concrete naturally absorbs water from rainfall or storm, so the water table in the surrounding area get increases. Pervious concrete is a remarkable high porosity concrete used for flatwork applications that grants water from precipitation and various sources to experience, thusly decreasing the overflow from a site and empowering ground water levels. The range is 18 to 35% for void substance. 2 to 18 gallons for every moment per square foot is the scope where the penetration pace of pervious solid will fall, in 80 to 720 liters for each instant per square meter. Regularly, pervious cement basically has zero fine total and quite recently enough cementations glue to cover the coarse total particles while saving the interconnectivity of the voids. Pervious cement is generally utilized in stopping regions, regions with light traffic, person on foot walkways, nurseries and adds to maintainable development.

Volume 12 | 07-Special Issue

Pages: 248-253

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP7/20202104