A review of experimental study on properties of plaster with replacement of cement by cow dung and fly ash

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Alisha Jawade
Avinash Rasure
Nawal Sawayya
Rahul Parteti
Nilesh Gaydhane
Shubham Chahande
Shahbaz Sheikh
Vaishnavi Chhatre
Rohit Bhosle
Prerana Salodkar

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  1. This paper introduces an experimental study of the use of cow dung as a supporter of concrete production. The modern world has well-developed building materials and technologies. Focusing on common plaster research using cow dung, as well as fly ash is a complete replacement of our Vedic cement. Cow dung usually requires a lot of water but gypsum is used to reduce the laying time of concrete. So, in this project, we have chosen the economic downturn as much as possible things as cow dung and lime, and fly ash. We hope these items are of good quality and durability. The specialty of our project is self-adhesive concrete. To prevent cracking in cement cow dung is usually collected by excess water when we mix the ingredient after installing or finishing the process the water will react more slowly with concrete. The moderate effect of cow dung is its remarkable development of water resistance which absorbs cow dung stabilization suitable as a building material.


Index Terms – Plastering, Cement, Sand, Fly Ash, Cow dunk.


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Jawade, A. ., A. . Rasure, N. . Sawayya, R. Parteti, N. . Gaydhane, S. Chahande, S. Sheikh, V. Chhatre, R. Bhosle, and P. . Salodkar. “A Review of Experimental Study on Properties of Plaster With Replacement of Cement by Cow Dung and Fly Ash”. Technix International Journal for Engineering Research, vol. 9, no. 6, June 2022, pp. 48-49, https://tijer.org/index.php/tijer/article/view/179.
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