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Analysis of Mechanical Properties of concrete with Sugar-cane bagasse ash and Coir Fiber for beam construction utilizing Multiple Linear Regression :

Analysis of Mechanical Properties of concrete with Sugar-cane bagasse ash and Coir Fiber for beam construction utilizing Multiple Linear Regression Conrado C. Arcega Jr. Princess Shaira A. Molao Begnas B. Teneza Adviser Eng’r. Renato S. Gatbonton TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End

RECOMMENDATIONS:

R ECOMMENDATIONS These are recommendations of the panelists last semester. Revise the title as suggested Revise methodology based of Conceptual Framework ( Page 21 ) Change/Revise the statistical using MLR ( Multiple Linear Regression) ( Page 35 ) Use mixture conditions using RRL Statement of objective should be revised ( Page 22 ) TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End

Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives :

Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives The aim of this study is not only to lessen the cost of construction, but also to give a good quality of concrete by utilizing the waste materials, sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber, as a partial replacement for cement. The mechanical properties of a conventional concrete will also be compared to the concrete that has the sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber. The main objective of this study is to recommend the use of waste materials for construction. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Keywords: Bagasse Ash, Admixture in Concrete, Coir Fiber , and Mechanical Properties of concrete

Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives :

Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Specifically the study addressed the following: 1. Produce a concrete mixture using waste materials; sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber. 2. Determine a suitable ratio of concrete by weight of cement, sugarcane bagasse ash, and coir fiber expected to produce the required compressive strengths. 3. Examine the determined ratio of the adopted material based on the standard concrete mixture. 4. Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results. 5. Evaluate the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Keywords: Bagasse Ash, Admixture in Concrete, Coir Fiber , and Mechanical Properties of concrete

Objective 1: Produce a concrete mixture using waste materials; sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber.:

Objective 1: Produce a concrete mixture using waste materials; sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22 Keywords: Bagasse Ash, Admixture in Concrete, Coir Fiber , and Mechanical Properties of concrete

Objective 2: Determine a suitable ratio of concrete by weight of cement, sugarcane bagasse ash, and coir fiber expected to produce the required compressive strengths. :

Objective 2: Determine a suitable ratio of concrete by weight of cement, sugarcane bagasse ash, and coir fiber expected to produce the required compressive strengths. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22

Objective 3: Examine the determined ratio of the adopted material based on the standard concrete mixture. :

Objective 3: Examine the determined ratio of the adopted material based on the standard concrete mixture. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22

Objective 4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results.:

Objective 4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22 Page 43 Page 44

Objective 4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results.:

Objective 4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22 Page 41 Page 42

Objective 5: Evaluate the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture.:

Objective 5: Evaluate the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture. TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Page 22

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #1: Produce a concrete mixture using waste materials; sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber. Conclusion: The researchers concluded that producing a concrete mixture using waste materials is easy if the raw material is available around your area. The SCBA that the researchers used was obtained from Central Azucarera Tarlac and Central Azucarera Don Pedro Batangas. While for the CF it was obtained from the Market.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #1: Produce a concrete mixture using waste materials; sugarcane bagasse ash and coir fiber. Recommendation: Utilize other pozzolanic materials that can use as an alternative for cement or for partially replacing a certain percentage of cement.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #2: Determine a suitable ratio of concrete by weight of cement, sugarcane bagasse ash, and coir fiber expected to produce the required compressive strengths. Conclusion: The factors needed to be determined the suitable percentage, the researcher computed the sample using (1:0.75:1.75) ratio by weight with SCBA with 5%, 10% and 15% and an admixture of CF with 1% of the total weight of the mixture. Computation of volume and weight for each specimen for a specific percentage replacement with a ratio of 1:0.75:1.75 with a maximum compressive strength of 3500-4400 psi. This ratio were based on the standard ratio mixture for beam construction.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #2: Determine a suitable ratio of concrete by weight of cement, sugarcane bagasse ash, and coir fiber expected to produce the required compressive strengths. Recommendation: The researchers encourage to reduce the percentage of SCBA that is replacing the cement lower than 5% and lessen the amount of Coir Fiber lower that 1%

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #3: Examine the determined ratio of the adopted material based on the standard concrete mixture. Conclusion: The researchers concluded that the determined ratio that applied to the specimen were accurate to use for the beam construction.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #3: Examine the determined ratio of the adopted material based on the standard concrete mixture. Recommendation: The researchers recommend using other components of a building that needs a cement as a base material.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results. Conclusion: After analyzing the results on the mechanical properties of concrete based on ANOVA and T-test, the researcher realized that upon partially replacing the cement by SCBA, the compressive strength of the adopted materials were way lower compared to the controlled specimen. And the adopted material did not meet the required compressive strength that needs in constructing a beam.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #4: Analyze the mechanical properties of the adopted material based on the results. Recommendation: The researchers suggest of adding some chemicals that can further enhance the structural strength of concrete to be used in building structure.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #5: . Evaluate the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture. Conclusion: After evaluating the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture, the researchers concluded that it is better to utilize the standard concrete mixture because its compressive strength results specified to be accurate to the beam construction.

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation:

Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation TITLE List of Recommendations Statement of the Problem and Specific Objectives Objective # 1 Objective # 2 Objective # 3 Objective # 4 Objective # 5 Objective vs. Conclusion vs. Recommendation End Objective #5: . Evaluate the structural strengths of the modified concrete mixture. Recommendation : The researchers propose to use other chemicals that can compliment the mixture and to further enhance the structural strength the specimen to be applied for beam construction The researchers suggest of adding some chemicals that can further enhance the structural strength of concrete to be used in building structure.

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