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Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2023)

Exploitation of rice husk and ash: A review

Madhu Vershit CH, Amandeep Kaur and Lomada Vasudha
Research on agricultural waste management is a natural resource material and beneficial in many technical fields. Easy access and implementation, as well as affordability and environmental friendliness, are all advantages. Humans have long been concerned about making the best use of agricultural wastes, and using them for various uses is a cost-effective method of environmental management [Mohammed Abdullahi et al., 2019]. Some bio-waste ashes, such as rice husk ash, have a high quantity of silica due to their high silica concentration. When compared to typical mechanical methods, these materials have a substantially shorter reaction time and a higher utilisation rate, which has piqued researchers' curiosity. The experimental studies of biomass waste ash as a pozzolanic additive for engineering applications are reviewed in this work. Biomass debris has become progressively crucial as a "green" fuel, allowing waste disposal to have a smaller environmental impact while also reducing the usage of expensive fossil fuels and the production of greenhouse gases. In light of the foregoing, the current work reviews experimental research on harvest residues ash (HRA) as a cementitious material additive for engineering applications [Slobodan Supic et al., 2021]. This paper starts with some background information, such as agricultural waste ash preparation procedures and composition, and then goes over the several physical and chemical processing methods. Finally, the article looks at how rice husk ash could be used in a variety of businesses.
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How to cite this article:
Madhu Vershit CH, Amandeep Kaur, Lomada Vasudha. Exploitation of rice husk and ash: A review. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(3):5203-5208.

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