The enhancement of cement alternatives in the industry of construction is one of the vital components for sustainable development. Geopolymerization can be defined as one of the new strategies that provide imaginative arrangements, and the existence of aluminum and silicon oxides in MK had supported its use as one of the source materials in the Geo-polymer, which might be utilized in a wide range of the applications.
The presented study provides experimental study for producing geo-polymer mortar and examines metakaoline geo-polymer mortar that has been reinforced by polypropylene fibers . In this study, an experimental investigation is conducted to study the mechanical and physical properties of metakaoline geo-polymer mortar that are made from base material available in the local market. The tests were made in this study workability test, compression test, tensile strength, non-destructive test (N.D. T) (dry density and apparent porosity).Sample is prepared with four different molarity(8M,10M,12M,14M) and Na2SiO3/NaOH ratio (2,2.5) and curing in the furnace at 70°C for three hours and then its curing under sunlight for 28 days.
Mortar, cement, and concrete blends have been considered to be fragile substances, which have been more grounded concerning the compression, whereas they have been weaker concerning the tension and flexure; therefore, we used polypropylene fibers (PF) in all mixtures.
Keywords:: Geo-polymer,Mortar,Molarity,Alkaline liquid,Compressive strength.