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AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

paper deals with replacement of sand used in concrete as fine aggregates by the waste generated by the Mucking particles. This study has made an attempt to partially replace mucking dust in place of sand in M30 grade concrete. On experimentation, it was found that the partial replacement of sand with 40% of mucking

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construction and demolision waste as a replacement of fine

concrete properties for hardened and fresh concrete by replacing the normal aggregate (sand) with the fine crushed concrete waste. Construction Waste.

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AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL ADDITION OF

when comparing traditional aggregate concrete with mixes containing recycled rubber. These values include mix prepared using partial replacement of natural aggregates by rubber particles treated with sodium hydroxide solution. Concrete containing rubber aggregate has the energy absorbing capacity in

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PARTIAL REPLACEMENTS OF FINE AGGREGATE WITH POLYPROPYLENE

use of recycled polypropylene as partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete. Tests such as specific gravity and sieve analysis were carried out on the recycled polypropylene waste. Concrete slabs (600mm x 400mm x 50mm) and cubes (150mm x 150mm x 150mm) were made from the mixture of

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STUDY ON EFFECT OF WASTE GLASS AS PARTIAL

ABSTARACT:- Concrete is made up of cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregate, water and admixtures if necessary. Laboratory experiments were conducted on strength characteristics of concrete made with utilizing broken waste glass as 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% by weight of coarse aggregates for M-20 mix. These mixes were prepared following a specific W/C

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Feasible and Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of

Keywords : Environment, Partial replacement, Construction Waste, Aggregate, aimed to use crushed concrete debris as alternative fine aggregate in a mortar 

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Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic Waste

Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg. By replacing 15% of cement by ceramic waste 15% of 8.5 = 1.275 kg. Therefore, Final Mix for 15% replacement: Cement = 8.5 1.275= 7.225 kg. Water = 3.83 litre. Coarse Aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg Ceramic waste = 1.275 kg. 7 days. Sample 1. Compressive load = 590 KN Compressive Strength =5901000

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PDF) Concrete with Recycled Glass as Fine Aggregates

Recycled waste glasses were used as sand replacement in concrete at 0, 25, 50, 75, and 100% replacement ratios. Diverse concrete properties were tested in fresh and hardened states with three

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Utilization of Plastic Waste in Concrete As a Partial

It was discovered that plastic usage as a coarse or fine aggregate replacement decreases the concrete compressive strength [24,25,36,47,48,51,52,55,56,[61][62] [63] Fig. 5 shows the strength of

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Crumb Rubber Tire as Partial Replacement for Fine

usage for concrete mix as partial replacement, this study conducted an experimental investigation using crumb rubber aggregate as partial replacement for fine aggregate in the production of load bearing concrete hollow block (CHB). 2. Methodology This study

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Properties of Concrete Containing Recycled Fine Aggregate

flexural strength of concrete can be obtained in recycled aggregate concretes containing upto 50% RFA as partial replacement of NFA. However, in the case of recycled aggregate concretes containing 30% and 40% fly ash the compressive strength is increase at 56 days and both compressive strengthand tensile strengths are decreased at early ages.

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Use of Concrete Wastes as the Partial Replacement of Natural

Jul 25, 2017 · Natural fine aggregates (river sand) are replaced by the recycled fine aggregates by the different percentage levels for the production of fresh concrete. A comparative interpretation on the strength characteristics of the concrete produced with Ordinary Portland Cement and Portland Pozzolana Cement is also presented and discussed in this paper.

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EFFECT OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF AGGREGATES BY RECYCLED

From the experimental study, it was observed that compressive strength & tensile strength of concrete with recycled aggregates increased up to 20% replacement of natural aggregates with recycled aggregates whereas the flexural strength of recycled concrete was found to decrease with increase in percentage of RCA & RFA.

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Study on Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete

Many research studies investigates the effect of several waste products such as Glass sheet powder, Incinerated. Sewage sludge, foundry bed waste, crushed rock.

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PDF) Recycling concrete as fine aggregate in concrete

mitigated by a partial replacement of crushed concrete fines with pulverised fuel ash (pfa). Keywords. Recycling, crushed concrete fines, mix proportioning, 

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Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of ... - Core

by I Nováková · 2016 · Cited by 17 — Recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) can be used as a replacement of natural 20% of fines (particles smaller than 0.25 mm), which can be beneficial for 

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Use of Plastic as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in

shows that recycled PET resins can be used for precast concrete (Rebeiz 2007). Choi et al. examined the effect of PET bottles as aggregate on strength of the 

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Use of Recycled Polypropylene Grains as Partial

Use of Recycled Polypropylene Grains as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Reinforced Concrete Beams Joseph Olawale Akinyele Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, 0001 South Africa; Department of Civil Engineering, Federal University of Agriculture

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Utilization of demolished waste as fine aggregate in Concrete

of partial replacement of fine aggregate by demolished waste on workability and compressive strength of recycled concrete for the study, at a period of 7 and 28  by M Monish · ‎Cited by 34 · ‎Related articles

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A Study based upon the Mechanical and Durable Properties

The partially replacement of cement with bagasse ash is done from 10 % to 30% with the increment of 10%. Marble waste powder was used in a proportion of 20% and 40%. Coarse aggregated was partially replaced with the fixed proportion of 25% with recycled concrete aggregate.

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