Eco Friendly Brick Produced by the Reaction of Bacteria

International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research
© 2014 by SSRG - IJCER Journal
Volume 1 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : D.Karunagaran
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D.Karunagaran, "Eco Friendly Brick Produced by the Reaction of Bacteria" SSRG International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research 1.1 (2014): 1-3.

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D.Karunagaran,(2014). Eco Friendly Brick Produced by the Reaction of Bacteria. SSRG International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research 1(1), 1-3.

Abstract:

This paper discuss about the preparation of soil bricks using the bacteria which will give effective way to settle down in the natural phenomena.  The bacteria that is used for the concrete repair to eradicate the plugging of pores and to avoid the cracks in the concrete. In this process it uses the microbial mineral precipitation to manufacture the bricks  which will improve the behavioural pattern of the concrete. Also it will discuss about the chemical process takes place in the concrete. In this it will produce the adverse effect of the enviroment friendly bricks.

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Key Words:

chemical process, bacteria,  MICP