Erudite Journal of Engineering, Technology and Management Sciences 2023-04-04T15:48:01+00:00 Editor Open Journal Systems <h1><strong style="font-size: 24px;">Our Vision</strong></h1> <p>Our vision encompasses publishing progressive peer-reviewed research articles par excellence using the open-access model of publication, without any constraint, financial, or other imposed on the readers. Our aim is to build mutually beneficial and long-lasting relationships with our authors and provide them full support throughout the publishing and the post-publishing processes. The Erudite Journal of Engineering Technology and Management Sciences (EJETMS) accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including original research, reviews and feature articles. The author information section provides specific article requirements to help you turn your research into an article suitable for EJETMS.</p> <p><strong>Mode of Publication: </strong>Online (E-ISSN: 2583-2131)</p> <p><strong>Frequency of Publication: </strong>Quarterly</p> <p><strong>Language: </strong>English</p> <p><strong>Review Time (Duration in Days): </strong>10 working days</p> <p><strong>Articles can be submitted at: </strong>,</p> <p><strong>Contact us: </strong>, or +91-7382747210</p> Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Silica Fume Blended High Strength Concrete 2023-04-04T15:48:01+00:00 J Guru Jawahar B. Srinadh B. Prudvi Raj U. Shireesha C. Vijay Kumar P. Narasimha <p>The investigation on the mechanical properties of silica fume blended high-strength concrete aims to study the effect of adding silica fume as a partial replacement of cement on the M60, M70 and M80 grade of high strength concrete. In this study, silica fume was kept at 15% by weight of cement, and the resulting concrete was tested for compressive strength and splitting tensile strength. The results show that the 15% replacement of silica fume improved the mechanical properties of concrete significantly. It is observed that as curing period increases, the compressive strength and splitting tensile strength values were increased. It is concluded that the optimum proportion of silica fume significantly contributed to the strength of high strength concrete.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Erudite Journal of Engineering, Technology and Management Sciences