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  • Use of coal waste as fine aggregates on concrete blocks ...

    The results showed that the coal waste considered in this work can be used to replace conventional sand as a fine aggregate for concrete blocks pavements. According to statistic tests (ANOVA), blocks made with 25% and 50% of coal waste replacing silica sand presented

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  • Disposing waste demolition in concrete as aggregate ...

    Used waste materials are limited to recycled concrete aggregate (RCA), waste glass (WG) and waste plastic (WP). Substitution percent (by weight) for all three waste materials are (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20). RCA is substituted by both fine and coarse aggregates, while WG and WP are substituted only as fine aggregate in concrete mixtures.

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  • Experimental Investigation on Concrete with Replacement of ...

    When the fine aggregate was replaced with 2% of lathe waste, there was an increase of 18.8% in compressive strength test result. When fine aggregate is replaced with 4% of lathe waste, the increment in compressive strength test was 11% compared to conventional concrete, which indicated that the use of 4%

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  • CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLISION WASTE AS A REPLACEMENT .

    Replacing the natural coarse aggregate with the recycled aggregate in the production of new concrete is conducted in most of work or studies. Hence to conduct more study of the waste materials. The main objectives of this project are described as follows: a) To determine the characteristics of .

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  • Concrete using agro-waste as fine aggregate for ...

    2016-12-01· Agricultural wastes used as a fine aggregate replacement in concrete The Agricultural wastes used as fine aggregate in concrete are sugarcane bagasse ash, groundnut shell, oyster shell, sawdust, giant reed ash, rice husk ash, cork and tobacco waste.

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  • What are the Materials for Replacement of Sand in Concrete ...

    F.M of Ideal fine aggregate for concrete applications are in range of 2.6 to 2.9. Fine sand (lower F.M Value) reduces the sand requirement % in the total aggregate proportion. On the other hand, coarser sand will require higher sand % in the total aggregate proportion to give a cohesive concrete mix consuming least cement.

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  • Study on Flexural Behaviour of Concrete by Partially ...

    The E-plastic waste was used to replace fine aggregate and the percentage of replacement carried out in this work is 2%, 4%, 6%, 8%, 10% by weight of total aggregate. The flexural behavior, deflection characteristics, and crack patterns of reinforced E- plastic waste concrete beams were calculated.

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  • STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF PLASTIC WASTE AS FINE ...

    Fine aggregates used in cement concrete is replaced by fine crushed plastics in known percentages and the optimum percentage at which higher strength is obtained is being calculated.

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  • UTILIZATION OF STONE CUTTING WASTE IN CONCRETE AS ...

    We were taking replacement of fine aggregate is 15%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% by crushed stone fines for both two series of w/c of 0.40 and 0.45. The samples were tested for slump, compressive strength and flexural strength.

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  • AN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY STUDY ON UTILISATION OF E ...

    Strength tests and durability tests were carried out on M20 grade conventional concrete and concrete with e-plastic waste as coarse aggregates and e-plastic waste as fine aggregates. The results were same as the conventional concrete up to 10% replacement for both coarse and fine aggregate replacements.

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  • Experimental Investigation on Concrete with Replacement of ...

    The split-tensile strength test has been conducted for conventional concrete (i.e., 0% replacement) and fine aggregate replaced by lathe waste. The fine aggregate is replaced by 2%, 4%, 6% and 8%. The test results of 7 days and 28 days are shown in table V and figure 3. TABLE V. Split-Tensile Strength Test Results

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  • An Experimental Study on Concrete by using E- Waste as ...

    the fine or coarse aggregates in concrete. The main aim of this study is to investigate the change in mechanical properties of concrete with the addition of Electronic waste in concrete. It is found that the use of Electronic waste aggregates results in the formation of light weight concrete. In this research article Coarse aggregate is partially replaced by E- waste from 0% .

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  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Demolished ...

    Test results show that the behaviour of recycled waste concrete and the adding of Ad-mixture. The compressive strength of recycled concrete (FAR concrete) with 10%, 15% and 20% fine aggregate replacement by demolition waste coarse aggregate at 7,14 and 28 .

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  • STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF PLASTIC WASTE AS FINE ...

    plastic waste partially replaced as fine aggregate in concrete. 2.3 FLEXURAL STRENGTH TEST For each mix two prisms of size 500mm long, 100mm breadth, and 100mm depth were cast to S.No Concrete type Experimental Value × 104 (N/mm2) Theoretical Value × 104 (N/mm2) 1 Reference concrete 2.25 2.23 2 10% of plastic waste replaced concrete 2.01 2.23

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  • International Journals On Concrete Fine Aggregate Replaced ...

    Protecting the environment form pollution this paper deals with partial replacement of fine aggregate with the industrial waste from china clay industries. the compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength of conventional concrete and fine aggregate replaced concrete are compared and the results are tabulated. Online Chat Iop Conference Series .

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  • Aggregate Recycling: Concrete, Asphalt :: City of Edmonton

    Recycled Aggregate Products for Sale The Southeast and the West Recycling Sites accept concrete/rubble from residents, City-related projects and private contractors. These changes are in effect for the 2020 season. For more information regarding alternative recycling sites, email [email protected] or phone 780-496-5698.

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  • The Use of Sheet Glass Powder as Fine Aggregate ...

    ture concrete containing Sheet glass powder (SGP) with characteristics similar to those of natural sand aggregate concrete provided that the percentage of SGP as fine aggregate is limited to 10-20%, respectively. Key Words: Sheet glass powder, Mechanical properties, Fineness Modulus, Bulk density, Moisture content.

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  • STUDY ON CONCRETE REPLACED WITH CRUSHED CONCRETE .

    In present study, utilization of construction and demolition waste in M20 grade concrete is investigated. The fine aggregate in the concrete is replaced with 25%, 50% and 100% recycled aggregate (crushed concrete). The fresh properties like the slump change for these mixes are analyzed.

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  • STUDY ON CONCRETE WITH REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE .

    4.2.1 Split Tensile Discussion It has been observed that the concrete produced from 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and100% replacement of natural fine aggregate by foundry sand waste, shows higher split tensile strength as compared to other replacement. The optimum strength of concrete is 60 %.

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  • Vol. 5, Issue 4, April 2016 Experimental Study of Coarse ...

    the fine aggregate and course aggregate can be replaced with waste materials. In this project work fine aggregates will replaced by quarry sand and course aggregate will replaced by ceramic waste accordingly in the range of 0%, 10%, 20%, & 30% by weight of M-25 grade concrete. Sieve analysis is done for Ceramic waste and Quarry dust for the

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  • "RECYCLED PLASTICS USED AS COARSE AGGREGATE FOR ...

    The project aims at use of recycled plastic in concrete as a partial replacement of Coarse aggregate. The maximum percentage of aggregate replaced by shredded plastic as been determined based on detailed experimental study. The waste plastic of LDPE (Low density 2

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  • Study of Concrete Involving Use of Waste Glass as Partial ...

    If fine aggregate is replaced by waste glass by specific percentage and in specific size range, it will decrease fine aggregate content and thereby reducing the ill effects of river dredging and thus making concrete manufacturing industry sustainable.

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  • What are the Materials for Replacement of Sand in Concrete ...

    F.M of Ideal fine aggregate for concrete applications are in range of 2.6 to 2.9. Fine sand (lower F.M Value) reduces the sand requirement % in the total aggregate proportion. On the other hand, coarser sand will require higher sand % in the total aggregate proportion to give a cohesive concrete mix consuming least cement.

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  • Recycled Aggregates - Portland Cement Association

    Concrete recycling gains importance because it protects natural resources and eliminates the need for disposal by using the readily available concrete as an aggregate source for new concrete or other applications. According to a 2004 FHWA study, 38 states recycle concrete as an aggregate base; 11 recycle it into new portland cement concrete.

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  • Properties of concrete containing waste foundry sand for ...

    Eight more concrete mixtures denoted by F05, F10, F15, F20, F25, F30, F35 and F40 were prepared by replacement of fine aggregate with foundry sand in 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 35% and 40%, respectively. Further details about the mixtures were presented in Table 2. Casting and testing of specimens

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  • STUDY ON CONCRETE WITH REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE .

    4.2.1 Split Tensile Discussion It has been observed that the concrete produced from 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and100% replacement of natural fine aggregate by foundry sand waste, shows higher split tensile strength as compared to other replacement. The optimum strength of concrete is 60 %.

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  • Disposing waste demolition in concrete as aggregate ...

    Used waste materials are limited to recycled concrete aggregate (RCA), waste glass (WG) and waste plastic (WP). Substitution percent (by weight) for all three waste materials are (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20). RCA is substituted by both fine and coarse aggregates, while WG and WP are substituted only as fine aggregate in concrete mixtures.

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  • Experimental Study of Partial Replacement of Fine ...

    The compressive strength was found to be maximum at 30% (37.5N/mm2) replacement of fine aggregate by industrial waste which was greater than the conventional concrete. The compressive strength reduced beyond 30% replacement. Thus it is evident that fine aggregate can be replaced by the waste material from china clay industries up to 30%.

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  • Study of Concrete Involving Use of Waste Glass as Partial ...

    If fine aggregate is replaced by waste glass by specific percentage and in specific size range, it will decrease fine aggregate content and thereby reducing the ill effects of river dredging and thus making concrete manufacturing industry sustainable.

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  • An Experimental Study on Concrete by using E- Waste as ...

    It is found that the use of Electronic waste aggregates results in the formation of light weight concrete. In this research article Coarse aggregate is partially replaced by E- waste from 0% to 30% Then in these mix 10%, 20% and 30% of fly ash is also added by partial replacement of cement.

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