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Concept of Shotcrete Technology

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A
Technical Seminar Report
On
CONCEPTS OF SHOTCRETE TECHNOLOGY
In the partial fulfillment for the award of degree
Of
Bachelor of technology
In
Civil Engineering
By
SUKANTA MANNA (095Q1A0133)
SUBMITTED TO

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGNEERING
ANASUYA DEVI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCES
(Approved by AICTE and Affiliated to JNTU)
GUDUR (V), BIBINAGAR (M), NALGONDA (Dist).
ANASUYA DEVI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCES
GUDUR (V), BIBINAGAR (M), NALGONDA (Dist).
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that this Project Work entitled “CONCEPTS OF SHOTCRETE TECHNOLOGY” is a bonafide work carried out by Mr. Sukanta Manna (095Q1A0133) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Bachelor of Technology from JNTU, Hyderabad during the period 2012-13 under our guidance and supervision.

Internal Guide HOD Principal
Mr. Ashish Mr. Ram babu Mr. Mohan Raju

ABSTRACT

Shotcrete is the sprayed concrete, which was first used in Pennsylvania, USA in 1907 by Dr.Aneley. The technology is improving giving us enhanced comforts and the task is completed with a greater economy in terms of both time and investment. This innovative technology of shotcrete was introduced to make the work easier and immediate where any alterations are to be made or any architectural effects are to be enhanced.

Shortcreting has proved to be the best method for construction of curved surfaces. Domes are now much easier to construct with the advent of shotcrete technology. Tunnel linings are also becoming easy with this technology. Not only are these but there a wide range of applications where this technology has been a leading one. This technical paper includes the concept of shotcrete and how it differs from conventional concrete. It also enumerates the...
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