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compressive strength of quarry waste as coarse aggregate ...

Strength of concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust as aggregates ... replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregate. Experiment ... From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as...

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Waste Concrete as Aggregate for New Concrete

The strength of the aggregate-matrix mortar bond is reduced to about 55 to 88 percent of the strength of the control when conventional coarse aggregates are replaced with pieces of old concrete. Furthermore, recycled aggregate concrete is equally workable as the control, and has a compressive strength of at least 76 percent and a modulus of ...

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(PDF) Effect of Coarse Aggregate Size on the Compressive ...

In order to determine the effects of coarse aggregate size on the flexural strength of concrete, concrete beams were produced in accordance with BS

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COMPARING THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTHS OF CONCRETE

Key word: Quarry dust, river sand, compressive strength, water cement ratio, workability. 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is a mixture of water, cement or binder and aggregates (fine and coarse aggregate) and is a commonly used material for construction (Barritt, 1984). River sand has been the most popularly used fine aggregate in the production

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Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial ...

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.

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Characterization and impact of curing duration on the ...

The CS concrete with 50% coconut shell as coarse aggregates replacement exhibited 21.45 MPa of compressive strength at the 28 th day under full water curing, which satisfied the requirement for structural lightweight concrete at 17 MPa. The average self-weight of CSC with 50% coconut shell as a coarse aggregates replacement also fell within the ...

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(PDF) EFFECT OF CHARACTERIZATION PROPERTIES ON

The present study is intended to study the effects of quarry dust addition in conventional concrete and to assess the rate of compressive strength development for different quarry dust to coarse aggregate ratio, Goble (1999), De Larrard and Belloc (1997) reported that the compressive, flexural strength and durability of concrete made of quarry ...

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(PDF) Effect of Coarse Aggregate Size on the Compressive ...

In order to determine the effects of coarse aggregate size on the flexural strength of concrete, concrete beams were produced in accordance with BS

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Use of Quarry Fine as Partial Replacement of Concrete as a ...

compressive load. The compressive strength of concrete was determined using 150mm concrete cubes. The concrete was made by replacing 10, 15, 20% of the coarse aggregate by recycling aggregate and Coconut shells. Also concrete cubes without RA and CS were cast in comparison. Compressive strength is often measured on a universal testing machine;

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Impact of marble waste as coarse aggregate on properties ...

Jun 01, 2016  In the present study, the generated waste was used in lean cement concrete as a replacement of conventional coarse aggregate in different percentages 20–100% by weight. The idea of working on lean concrete mixes was maximum utilization of marble waste which saves the natural resources. 2.

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Investigation of the rebound number and compressive ...

The concrete mixturesareshowninTable1 Aftermixing,the initialslump wasmeasured.Then, the concrete specimens (15×15×15 cm) were casted. Aftercasting for24hours, allconcretespecimens were remolded and cured in water at room temperature. Compressive strength of specimens were tested at the agesof7and28days. In summary, the properties of the ...

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An Experimental Investigation on Strengths Characteristics ...

Table 3: Compressive strength of concrete –when Cement is replaced with Fly-Ash DESIGNATION OF CUBE 0 7 Days C mpressive Strength 28 Days C0mpressive Strength 0% Fly Ash 23.11 33.18 5% Fly Ash 26.37 36.00 10% Fly Ash 27.15 37.32 15% Fly Ash 28.21 38.93 20% Fly Ash 26.42 34.59 25% Fly Ash 23.76 31.87

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STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF ROCKS AND ROCK MASSES 1 ...

equal to 50 mm, a correction is required (Fi gure 3). The unconfined co mpressive strength q u is related to the point load index with 50 mm cores Is50 as follows Beside the diametral test, the axial test and the irregular lump test have also been proposed (see Figures 2b and 2c). Strength anisotropy can also be assessed by using the point load ...

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Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete - [Civil Planets]

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 durability ...

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE STRENGTH

between strength, stiffness and fracture energy of concrete and type of coarse aggregates. Bamibgoye, et al. (2016b) undertook particle size distribution analysis, slump test and compressive strength on hardened concrete in exploiting economics of gravel as a substitute

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US20040194668A1 - Concrete with the enriched quarry ...

Concrete with coarse aggregate defined as enriched limestone waste of grading intermediate between the coarse and fine aggregates is characterized by the specified compressive strength and modulus of rupture up to 5,000 and 750 psi, respectively. Coarse aggregate of this concrete is enriched by-product of manufacture of crushed limestone of regular sizes.

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International Journal of Scientific Engineering Research ...

sent work are cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, granite waste and water. Cement: Cement is used as binding material in the concrete where the strength and durability re significant important. The ordinary Por t-land cement of 53 grades conforming to IS: 12269-1987 is used to manufacture the concrete.

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Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete Alternative ...

What Is Coarse Aggregate? The aggregates which are able to get retained on the 4.75 mm sieve or the aggregates that passes a size larger than 4.75 mm are referred to as Coarse aggregate.. One of the most important components of concrete is aggregate.The coarse aggregate provides concrete volume. The coarse aggregate in the concrete provides the hardness, strength

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Experimental Study on Lightweight Concrete with

conventional coarse aggregates with Styrofoam which is a very light weig ht foam. Concrete with different aggregate replacement percentage was tested. The results show very encouraging results for thecompressive strength and density. 1 Introduction Generally natural stones such as limestone and granite are used as coarse aggreg ate in concrete.

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(PDF) EFFECT OF CHARACTERIZATION PROPERTIES ON

The present study is intended to study the effects of quarry dust addition in conventional concrete and to assess the rate of compressive strength development for different quarry dust to coarse aggregate ratio, Goble (1999), De Larrard and Belloc (1997) reported that the compressive, flexural strength and durability of concrete made of quarry ...

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Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled ...

Apr 25, 2014  The fraction from 20 mm to 4.75 mm is used for coarse aggregate in this project. Generally there are 2 types of coarse aggregate is used coarse aggregate I (grit, which is 10 mm down) and coarse aggregate II (20 mm down). Recycled Concrete Aggregate: The CD waste was collected from Varachha Road near old Gitanjali Cinema at Surat.

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Comparing the Compressive Strengths of Concrete Made

(compressive strength) to that obtained from conversional concrete made with river sand. Keyword: Quarry dust; river sand; compressive strength; water cement ratio; workability 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is a mixture of water, cement or binder and aggregates (fine and coarse aggregate) and is a commonly used material for construction (Barritt, 1984).

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Characterization and impact of curing duration on the ...

Full Article. Characterization and Impact of Curing Duration on the Compressive Strength of Coconut Shell Coarse Aggregate in Concrete. Mei Yun Chin, a Md. Rezaur Rahman, b, * Kuok King Kuok, a Wai Yun Chiew, a and Muhammad Khusairy Bin Bakri b Partial replacement with coconut shell coarse aggregates was studied as a means to produce lightweight coconut shell concrete

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Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial ...

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.

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Green concrete: Using quarry waste of sandstone as fine ...

Jan 01, 2020  In this study quarry waste of sandstone is used as fine aggregate in concrete for making normal strength concrete. This waste is crushed in a three-stage crushing plant to make crushed sandstone sand (CSS) and sieved with 4.75 mm IS Sieve. 100% of river sand is

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STUDIES ON STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS ON UTILIZATION

as coarse aggregate gave values nearer to that of conventional aggregate concrete. Similarly, the ceramic aggregate concrete gave the next higher strength. Fig 3. Split tensile test 4.3 Flexural strength The flexural strength results were found in the range of 8.699 MPa to 10.368 MPa for 7 days and it is from 13.945 MPa to 18.015 MPa for 28 days.

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Replacement of stone Dust and Ceramic scrap as Aggregate ...

ceramic waste aggregate increases. Compressive strength of concrete made using 05 % ceramic waste aggregate and 05 % stone dust as replacement of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate respectively, is about 20% more than that of referral concrete at 28 days. However, compressive strength at 05% recycled aggregate and 05% stone dust is marginally ...

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The use of limestone as a concrete aggregate has ... BIS: 2386- The bulk density of coarse aggregate 1630 kg/m2 and the specific gravity 2.79 and fineness modulus of coarse aggregate 6.93 ... prepared for co mpressive strength for cube size (150 x 150 x 150) mm. The cylinder of height 30 cm and

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76 AStudy - research journals - ISSN: 2319-8753 ...

A Study on Strength of Concrete With Partial . Replacement Of Cement With Quarry Dust . And Metakaolin . ... Quarry dust a waste obtained from quarr ying p roce ss is used as . ... ment. It can decrea se permeability, increase co mpressive strength and con crete durability.

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Experimental Investigation on Quarry Dust and Recycled ...

volume of coarse aggregates by recycled aggregates and 20 percent of fine aggregate by quarry dust and water cement ratio (w/c) is taken as 0.45. Test results gives clear picture that the compressive strength of recycled concrete up to 30% coarse aggregate replacement by demolished waste with 20% fine

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An Experimental Study on High Strength Bacterial Concrete ...

proportion of fine and coarse aggregate were decided in mix design. 6.3. Coarse Aggregate: Coarse aggregate is crushed type and tested for its specific gravity, fineness modulus and water absorption. It was found that all the properties shown in Table.4 are within the limits and useful in preparation of concrete.

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Effect of Quarry Waste on Self-Compacting Concrete ...

Jul 31, 2016  This paper presents the results of the experimental work conducted to study the effect of quarry waste on self-compacting concrete containing binary cementitious blends of fly ash and cement. For this purpose nine trial mixes were prepared, where the percentage replacement of river sand by quarry waste was 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40#x25;, 50#x25;,

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Utilisation of quarry waste as fine aggregate in high ...

Raman, SN, Zain, MFM, Mahmud, HB Low, SL 2008, Utilisation of quarry waste as fine aggregate in high-strength rice husk ash concrete. in Proceedings of the 4th International Structural Engineering and Construction Conference, ISEC-4 - Innovations in Structural Engineering and Construction. Proceedings of the 4th International Structural Engineering and

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