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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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The Effect Of A/C Variation On Compressive Strength, Permeability And Porosity Of Pervious Concrete

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Hanafiah, Saloma, Nicholas Ferdinand, Sutanto Muliawan, Mona Fadila Rachmah



pervious concrete, a/c, silica fume, sand, permeability, porosity



Pervious concrete is innovation of concrete that has high permeability, so pervious concrete can be passed by water. Porous formed in pervious concrete makes pervious concrete is permeable. This research used 10% silica fume as cement substitution, 7% sand as coarse aggregate substitution and ratio variation of cement aggregate (a/c). Ratio variation of cement aggregate were 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 and 5.0. The test of properties aggregate, density, compressive strength and porosity used ASTM standard. The test of permeability used falling head method. The result of examining the slump in pervious concrete was 0 cm in all mixed variation and the result of maximum compressive strength test of 28 days of 15.66 MPa in the mixture with the value of a/c = 2.0 that had permeability of 0.26 cm/s and porosity of 14.7%.



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