by what material fine aggregate sand be replaced in concrete

Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate Using Steel Slag

In this study the sand is replaced by 0%, 10%, 20% & 30% by the steel slag. The various tests has been conducted to find out the engineering properties of harden concrete. III. EXPERIMENTAL SETUP AND RESULT Keeping in mind the gap in the research area, the objective of this study was to determine the strength of concrete containing steel slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate. For this

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"RECYCLED PLASTICS USED AS COARSE AGGREGATE FOR

To compare the compressive strength and Density of Recycled Plastics used as Coarse Aggregate for Constructional Concrete with the Conventional concrete To know its applications in construction industry. To reduce the pressure on naturally availability materials by replacing it with Recycled plastic aggregate

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Life-Cycle Assessment of High-Strength Concrete Mixtures

All six mixes contained 570 kg of Portland cement, 820 kg of coarse aggregate, 60 kg of silica fume, 4 kg of superplasticizer, and 170 kg of water per cubic meter (m 3) of concrete. Only the fine aggregate (sand) content was changed, whereby the sand was replaced by CS at an incremental rate of 20% by weight from 0% to , corresponding to 0

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Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of

concrete mix upto 20% fine aggregate were replaced by PET there by he concluded that, due to the addition of PET reduces the strength properties when 5% of PET is replaced to fine aggregates there is a 23% reduction of strength takes place compared to the normal concrete, similarly 20% PET

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partial replacement of fine aggregate by glass powder in

PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE BY GLASS POWDER IN CONCRETE 2. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the utility of glass powder as a partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete. To study and compare the performance conventional concrete and glass powder concrete. To understand the effectiveness of glass powder in strength enhancement.

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INVESTIGATION ON STONE DUST AND VITRIFIED SCRAP AS

vol-3 issue-3 2017 ijariieissn(o) 2395 4396 5664 3114 investigation on stone dust and vitrified scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete

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Experimental Study on Granite Powder as a Replacement of

powder as possible substitutes for natural sand in concrete. They also carried out durability studies on green concrete and compared with the natural sand concrete. They found that the compressive, split tensile strength and the durability concrete were good when the fine aggregate was replaced with 50% marble sludge powder

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Experimental Investigation on the Mechanical Properties of

In Concrete, fine aggregate acts as a filler material and workability agent. River sand is widely used as fine aggregate in concrete. There is a great demand of river sand for Concrete constructions. Sustainable Infrastructure is the need of the hour. Sustainable infrastructure refers to the designing, building, and

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Strength and durability properties of concrete containing

concrete mixes incorporating Quarry Rock Dust as fine Aggregate. The method mix design proposed by IS [8], ACI, USBR, RN No.4, BS were first employed to design the Conventional Concrete mixes and finally natural sand was fully replaced by Quarry Rock Dust to obtain Quarry Rock Dust concrete

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Suitability of Crushed Cow Bone as Partial Replacement of

Suitability of Crushed Cow Bone as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregates for Concrete Production Christopher A. Fapohundaa,Ψ, Abiodun Y. Akinab, O. Aderojuc and Kamaru A. Shittud a Department of Civil Engineering, Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria; E-mail [email protected] b Department ofBuilding, Caleb University, Imota, Lagos, Nigeria;

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Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Sea Sand As

1. To study the practical utilization of sea sand as fine aggregate by partially and completely. 2. To determine the compressive strength of concrete and spilt tensile strength of concrete with different percentages of sea sand as fine aggregate as partial replacement. 3. The sea sand is replaced accordingly 20%, 30%,

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Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Fine

material for the river sand. At present, the construction industry in India is facing a serious shortage of sand due to over exploitation and government banning of river sand mining. Quarry Dust and red soil are replaced as fine aggregate in conventional concrete to achieve High strength. 3. OBJECTIVES

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Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as

Concrete is that pourable mix of cement, water, sand, and gravel that hardens into a super-strong building material. The most commonly used fine aggregate is sand derived from river banks. River sand has been the most popular choice for the fine aggregate component of concrete in the past, but overuse of the

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EXPERMENAL STUDIES ON M20 GRADE CONCRETE BY PARTIAL

sieved and finally the granite powder was obtained to be used in the experiments as fine sand aggregate. 3.2 Details of concrete mix Mix of M 20 grade concrete was designed as per Indian Standard 10262 2009 and the specimens were cast. During the present study, the fine aggregate was replaced with granite powder and the

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EFFECT ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE USING SEA SAND

strength of the concrete in which sea sand was used as fine aggregate is partially or completely replaced. For this study first control specimens were laid for M20 grade concrete. The fine aggregate proportion from the design mix was replaced partially in percentages of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and by sea sand. Compressive strength test was

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An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Fine

material to replace sand by crusher powder. There was a remarkable increase in compressive strength of concrete with 20% replacement of sand with manufactured sand. 40% replacement is possible and 50% replacement gave higher strength. Quarry dust fine aggregate decreased the compressive strength due to deficient grading and

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An Experimental Investigation on Concrete by Partial

stone dust and waste foundry sand as fine aggregate replacement. Fine aggregate are replaced partially with stone dust and waste foundry sand. The percentages of replacement 0%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50% by weight of fine aggregate with stone dust and 0%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% by weight of fine aggregate with waste foundry sand. The fresh properties like

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Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as Aggregate

Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as Aggregate Daniel Yaw Osei, Emmanuel Nana Jackson Abstract—This paper reports on experimental investigations on the effect of replacing sand with sawdust on the properties of concrete. A concrete mix of 124 was used as control while sawdust was used to replace 25%, 50%, 75% and of sand

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Recycled Rubber as an Aggregate Replacement in Self

14/09/2018 · They partially replaced fine aggregate with crumb rubber by 0% to 20% of fine aggregate volume and reported enhancement of concrete ductility with increasing rubber aggregate content by volume of fine aggregate and with an increasing confinement level. Increase in concrete ductility, which was defined as concrete ultimate strain and concrete

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GLOBAL OURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND RESEARCHES

(Dhir&carthy, 2000) quarry dust is one such material which can be used to replace sand as fine aggregate. The present study is aimed at utilizing quarry dust as fine aggregate in cement mortar and cement concrete, replacing natural sand. The study on mortar includes determination of compressive strength of different mortar mixes.

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SCC Replacing Partial Fine Aggregate with Plastic E-Waste

of self-compacting concrete (SCC) replacing sand with electronic waste, namely, High Impact polystyrene (HIPS) plastic granules and cementitious material with fly ash. SCC is designed with the optimized binder content of 497 kg/m3 using Fly Ash (30% by weight of cement) and 0.36 as water-to-binder ratio for all the mixtures. High Impact

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Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete on

Concrete is the most popular building material in the world. It is the most consumable material after water. Concrete is a mixer of binding material, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water.

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Non Ferrous Slag as Cementitious Material and Fine

Non Ferrous Slag as Cementitious Material and Fine Aggregate for Concrete By S. Monosi, P. Giretti, G. Moriconi, O.Favoni and M. Collepardi Abstract A non-ferrous slag from the production of

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The Use of Sheet Glass Powder as Fine Aggregate

possibility of using SGP as a substitute material for sand in concrete. The control mix, utilizing SGP, replaced as the fine aggregate, was designed for the cube, cylinder and beam. Based on the laboratory trials, the mix proportion of the control mix (M 20) was finalized and investigated to de-

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Concrete aggregate alternatives Appropedia The

Because soil type is hardly consistent throughout the world, fine aggregate or rock can be hard to acquire. Large amounts of steel can be added to concrete in areas with high seismic activity but this does not change the fact that concrete is a brittle material. Alternatives to the Traditional Aggregate

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Use of glass wastes as fine aggregate in Concrete

balling effect. Good stone aggregate and natural river sand of zone-∥ was used as coarse aggregate and fine aggregate respectively. Maximum size of coarse aggregate was 12.5 mm. A sieve analysis conforming to IS 383-1970 was carried out for both the fine and coarse aggregate .Concrete may be produced as a dense mass

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Suitability of Ambo Sandstone Fine Aggregate as an

In this experimental investigation, the strength characteristics of concrete determined using Ambo Sandstone Fine Aggregate (ASFA) for C-25 grade concrete. The ASFA has fully replaced the river sand. Concrete cubes were cast and tested on the 7th day, 14 th day and 28 th day after the curing period. 3.4.1. Test of Compressive Strength

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Investigation on Strength Properties of Concrete with

Concrete is a composite material formed by combining coarse aggregate known as blue metal with fine aggregate which is commonly known as sand using a binder named cement with right proportion of water. Blue metal is the material which gives strength to the concrete and sand

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Study On Behaviour Of Concrete Partially Replacing

Find the optimum percentage of quartz sand that can be replaced for sand. 1.2 SCOPE OF THE PROJECT Make use of the quartz sand available from industries and also the river side in the form of deposits as fine aggregate in concrete. Evaluate the properties of fresh concrete and strength properties of hardened concrete.

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D OFFSHORE SAND AS A REPLACEMENT FOR FINE AGGREGATE

offshore sand obtained for this project work was subjected to rain and atmospheric conditions for a year. Many countries like Sri Lanka, China and America are following the practice of using off shore sand as fine aggregate for different concrete works. The studies shows that offshore sand collected from 2

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