May - 2022

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  • Fly ash concrete-a step forward in sustainable construction of nuclear power plant S. B. Kulkarni, S. N. Bhat, A. Ragupathy, K. Kiran View Abstract
  • A study on performance of clay based geopolymers at elevated temperatures Swathy Manohar, K. Mohammed Haneefa, Sundar Rathnarajan, Manu Santhanam View Abstract | Click here to Read the Full Paper
  • Developing axial force-bending moment interaction charts for the Seismic design of RC slender shear walls with boundary elements Shivani Sharma, Narsiram Gurjar, Aiswarya Menon, Ravi Kanth Sriwastav, Dhiman Basu View Abstract


The cover page shows the reactors and cooling towers of Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (3 & 4), Gujarat, India. In these structures, about 40 % of the binder used in the concrete of various grades comprises of fly ash as a replacement to ordinary Portland cement. Enhancement in fresh and durability properties was achieved as a result, in addition to a significant reduction in contribution to CO2 emissions and project cost.

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Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL)

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