Experimental Investigation Of Using Concrete Waste And

2015-6-3  Four batches of concrete incorporating over burnt brick ballast aggregate and concrete waste aggregate were prepared. The replacement was 25%, 50% represented as M15,M25 and respectively. Here M denotes the concrete mix and subscript designates the percentage replacement by natural coarse aggregate to over burnt brick ballast aggregate.

(PDF) Ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in the

The mechanical and durability properties of this ceramic waste concrete were evaluated by casting specimens and testing them. The compressive strength of ceramic waste concrete with 25 per cent replacement of crushed stone aggregate was 27.80 per cent higher than conventional concrete.There was a decrease in split tensile strength of the corresponding concrete by 19.43 per cent.

(PDF) Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

Olofinnade et al. (2017) efficaciously produced 20-MPa strength concrete with waste glass crushed to coarse aggregate sizes and blended with natural coarse aggregate, mixing up to 25% replacement.

(PDF) Use of Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate in

In addition, waste materials, when properly processed, have shown to be effective as construction materials and readily meet the design specifications [5], [6].This study focuses on producing concrete of acceptable strength with waste glass as coarse aggregate and determining the optimum coarse aggregate mix ratio to achieve this strength.

Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete [Civil

2021-3-20  Using the E-waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is the best solution. We can not fully replace material in concrete because it impacts the workability of concrete . The electronic waste is crushed as required particle size and can be mixed with other aggregates in concrete which will not affect the quality

(PDF) Utilisation of Waste Plastics as a Partial

This paper deals with the reuse of waste plastics as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in M20 concrete. Usually M20 concrete is used for most constructional works.

Experimental Study On Plastic Waste As A Course

The slump values of waste plastic concrete mixtures waste aggregate can be incorporated as coarse aggregate showed a tendency to decrease below the slump of the replacement in concrete without any long term detrimental reference concrete mixture. Despite this decline in the slump effects and with acceptable strength development properties. of

Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse

2020-4-1  Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Mix An Experimental Study Yogesh Narayan Sonawane1, Chetan Jaiprakash Chitte2 1, 2Assistant Professor, R. C. Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur, Maharashtra, India

Experimental Investigation Of Using Concrete Waste And

2015-6-3  Four batches of concrete incorporating over burnt brick ballast aggregate and concrete waste aggregate were prepared. The replacement was 25%, 50% represented as M15,M25 and respectively. Here M denotes the concrete mix and subscript designates the percentage replacement by natural coarse aggregate to over burnt brick ballast aggregate.

Modified Concrete by Using a Waste Material as a

Natural aggregate is the main source of aggregate used in concrete work in Iraq. Synthetic aggregate is also used in limited scale around the world. An industrial solid waste is produced from iron and steel industry. It was physically treated and fully inspected and incorporated in concrete as coarse aggregate.

Disposing waste demolition in concrete as aggregate

2014-11-24  substitution aggregate in concrete mixtures [2]. Bekir Topcu reported that using waste glass (WG) inconcrete as aggregate improves some of the concrete properties. Using WG as coarse aggregate didn’t have marked effect on the workability of concrete, while WG addition decreased compressive strength, flexural strength and tensile strength [10].

Utilization of Crushed Ceramic Tile Wastes as Partial

2020-8-6  waste coarse aggregate concrete are not significantly different from those of conventional concrete. The use of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete has increased because it has various advantages over other cementations materials [3]. It has been estimated that about 30% of the daily production in the ceramic industry goes to waste.

Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete [Civil

2021-3-20  Using the E-waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is the best solution. We can not fully replace material in concrete because it impacts the workability of concrete . The electronic waste is crushed as required particle size and can be mixed with other aggregates in concrete which will not affect the quality

Properties of concrete made with recycled coarse

Waste brick was used to replace natural aggregate after being treated, called recycled coarse aggregate (RA). Furthermore, fly ash was used as 0, 10%, 15%, and 20% by weight replacements of cement. Workability was evaluated through slump and cohesiveness testing, and results implied that the concrete samples showed good workability except the

Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial

2019-7-1  Concrete specimens were cast with ceramic waste aggregate as coarse aggregate by replacing natural coarse aggregate at 0, 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100%. Due to the characteristics and behavior of ceramic waste aggregate, strength properties of the ceramic waste aggregate concrete is declining.

Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Brick

2017-8-12  Furthermore, coarse aggregate also is significant due to its properties will affect the modulus of elasticity. Fig. 1: Demolished brick II. SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY Determining the suitability of brick waste as alternative coarse aggregate in concrete is very important for these researches convince

Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse

2020-4-1  Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Mix An Experimental Study Yogesh Narayan Sonawane1, Chetan Jaiprakash Chitte2 1, 2Assistant Professor, R. C. Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur, Maharashtra, India

Experimental Investigation on Concrete with

Keywords Demolished Crushed Concrete Aggregate (DCCA), OPC (53 grade) cement, Lathe waste, Fine aggregate, coarse aggregate. I INTRODUCTION Since urban area is rising in excess of a moment in time, the stipulate used for innovative buildings and communications has stridently risen.

Modified Concrete by Using a Waste Material as a

Natural aggregate is the main source of aggregate used in concrete work in Iraq. Synthetic aggregate is also used in limited scale around the world. An industrial solid waste is produced from iron and steel industry. It was physically treated and fully inspected and incorporated in concrete as coarse aggregate.

Disposing waste demolition in concrete as aggregate

2014-11-24  substitution aggregate in concrete mixtures [2]. Bekir Topcu reported that using waste glass (WG) inconcrete as aggregate improves some of the concrete properties. Using WG as coarse aggregate didn’t have marked effect on the workability of concrete, while WG addition decreased compressive strength, flexural strength and tensile strength [10].

Recovery of high quality aggregate from concrete waste

2018-12-10  recycling technology of waste concrete scraps is paramount importance. In this work, the pulsed power discharges inside of waste concrete scraps immersed in water were used to reproduce the coarse aggregate. This research collected the recycled coarse aggregate from waste concrete. As the result, it is found that the coarse aggregates

Properties of concrete made with recycled coarse

Waste brick was used to replace natural aggregate after being treated, called recycled coarse aggregate (RA). Furthermore, fly ash was used as 0, 10%, 15%, and 20% by weight replacements of cement. Workability was evaluated through slump and cohesiveness testing, and results implied that the concrete samples showed good workability except the

Mechanical properties of concrete containing recycled

2019-10-4  As recyclable construction wastes, concrete and ceramic can replace the natural aggregate in concrete because of their hard and strong physical properties. This research used 25%, 35%, and 45% recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) and ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in producing concrete.

Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Brick

2017-8-12  Furthermore, coarse aggregate also is significant due to its properties will affect the modulus of elasticity. Fig. 1: Demolished brick II. SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY Determining the suitability of brick waste as alternative coarse aggregate in concrete is very important for these researches convince

Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse

2020-4-1  Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Mix An Experimental Study Yogesh Narayan Sonawane1, Chetan Jaiprakash Chitte2 1, 2Assistant Professor, R. C. Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur, Maharashtra, India

Partial Replacement of E- Waste with Coarse Aggregate in

2019-3-4  The E- waste material is calculated on weight basis as coarse aggregate in the conventional mix: The fineness modulus of coarse aggregate with various E- waste contents is observed as 6.9. The divided particle size is assumed to be between 10mm and 20mm. Then E- waste particles can be considered as partial coarse aggregates.

Preparation of Concrete Using Gold Mine Waste Civil

2020-9-3  g) Concrete using Goldmines waste coarse aggregate is resistant to chloride attack after immersion for a period of 28 days h) As per cost analyses, concrete using GMW coarse aggregates is economical than concrete using local coarse aggregates, the more economy can be achieved if it is used nearby Hutti goldmines Raichur.

THE INFLUENCE OF RIVER AND VOLCANIC SAND AS

Concrete specimens were prepared by replacing natural coarse aggregate with PWCA in percentages of 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100%, varying the water-cement ratio by 0.3 and 0.42 and using polypropylene (PP) waste coarse aggregate (PWCA-R and PWCA-V) as the coating material.