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Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by ...

The replacement of coarse aggregate by Mangalore tiles and sand by iron ore slag increases the workability of the concrete thus increasing the strength of the cube as well as the cylinder. The workability of this proposed concrete shows a decrease in slump with increase of tile wastage of total aggregate volume. The result of the normal concrete mix exhibited an increase in workability, the

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IRJET- Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by using Mangalore Tile Wastage and Iron Ore Slag

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Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete - [Civil Planets]

When the aggregate particle is not passed through the 4.75mm sieve as per IS standard is called coarse aggregate. The size of fine aggregate particles is less than 4.75mm. Why is the replacement material required instead of coarse aggregate? The cement, sand coarse aggregates

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Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete by Tyre ...

04/03/2020  One of the solutions suggested was the use of tyre rubber as partial replacement of fine aggregate in cement-based materials. An experimental program was carried out to investigate the compressive strength of concrete with shredded tyres as a fine aggregate in concrete.A number of cubes, prisms, cylinders were casted of M25 grade for this study.

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Replacement of fine aggregate with plastic in concrete

used as the replacement of fine aggregate in the concrete. Concrete cubes were cast taking 10%, 20%, 30 %, 40% 50% of plastic as partial replacement of fine aggregate and tested for 7 28 days of compressive strength of concrete. Keywords: Waste plastic, Compressive strength, Workability. 1. INTRODUCTION Due to an increase of day to day disposal goods, waste disposal management has

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IRJET- Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by using Mangalore Tile Wastage and Iron Ore Slag

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[PDF] Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste ...

Concrete is an advanced material in civil engineering. It is binding material made with cement, fine aggregate, course aggregate and admixtures in some cases. Nowadays developments of construction field, the worldwide consumption of natural materials is very high and at the same time production of solid waste from the destructions and production units are also very high.

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Using Naturally ...

shell concrete it is found that the course aggregate in concrete can be replaced by coconut shell and it gives 65% strength that of conventional concrete. From references it reflects that there is study on partial replacement coarse aggregate by coconut shell is done. Also rubber latex is used for increasing strength of concrete. Coconut shell and rubber latex used as admixture in concrete ...

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Brick Waste ...

1) To determine the suitability of brick waste as replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete production. 2) To investigate the mechanical and physical properties of brick waste concrete 3) To compare the performance between concrete with brick waste as coarse aggregate partial replacement and conventional concrete (control concrete).

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(PDF) Effect of Waste Materials in Partial Replacement of ...

Published By: 33 Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. Effect of Waste Materials in Partial Replacement of Cement Fine Aggregate and Course Aggregate in Concrete Table 2. Details of Mix designation Cement Fine Aggregates Coarse aggregates Mix Designation Ceramic Coarse Crushed Cement Silica fume Sand tiles aggregate bones M0 100% - 100% - 100% -

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A Study of Concrete Made with Fine and Coarse Aggregates ...

This paper deals with the possibility of using fresh concrete waste as recycled aggregates in concrete. An experimental program based on two variables (proportion of fine aggregates replacement and proportion of coarse aggregates replacement) was implemented. The proportions of replacement were 0%, 50%, and 100% by mass of aggregates.

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PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATES BY

PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATES BY EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE BEADS IN CONCRETE Thomas Tamut 1, ... as fine aggregate, crushed granite stones as coarse aggregate, 43 grade Ordinary Portland Cement conforming to I.S: 8112 and water. The physical properties EPS beads related to the work are shown in Table1. Table 1: Properties of expanded polystyrene beads Specific

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Concrete aggregate alternatives - Appropedia: The ...

10/05/2021  High-density polyethylene can be added to concrete and sand as a feasible replacement for course aggregate. Research has shown that plastic bags that are tightly packed and then heated, shrink to a size that can easily be used in concrete. But as the name implies, the material is too ductile at full strength to support structural loads at 2500psi. One benefit to this material is its measurable ...

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Replacement of recycled coarse aggregates with natural ...

once we replace natural coarse aggregate (NCA) with recycled coarse aggregates (RCA). The percentages of replacement will be 0%, 50% and 100%. The test and design is as per Indian standard codes. The concrete cubes are designed for M30 as per Indian standard codes. Keywords: recycle coarsed aggregates, cube testing, NCA, concrete strength. 1. Introduction . Conservation of

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Different Types Sizes of Aggregate for Concrete ...

11/08/2018  Fine Aggregates are usually sand or crushed stone that are less than 9.55mm in diameter. When the aggregate is sieved through 4.75mm sieve, the aggregate passed through it. Natural sand is generally used as fine aggregate, silt, stone dust and clay also come under this category. The purpose of the fine aggregate is to fill the voids in the coarse aggregate and to act as a workability agent ...

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[PDF] Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste ...

Concrete is an advanced material in civil engineering. It is binding material made with cement, fine aggregate, course aggregate and admixtures in some cases. Nowadays developments of construction field, the worldwide consumption of natural materials is very high and at the same time production of solid waste from the destructions and production units are also very high.

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(PDF) IRJET- Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in ...

IRJET- Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by using Mangalore Tile Wastage and Iron Ore Slag

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Using Naturally ...

shell concrete it is found that the course aggregate in concrete can be replaced by coconut shell and it gives 65% strength that of conventional concrete. From references it reflects that there is study on partial replacement coarse aggregate by coconut shell is done. Also rubber latex is used for increasing strength of concrete. Coconut shell and rubber latex used as admixture in concrete ...

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Concrete aggregate alternatives - Appropedia: The ...

10/05/2021  High-density polyethylene can be added to concrete and sand as a feasible replacement for course aggregate. Research has shown that plastic bags that are tightly packed and then heated, shrink to a size that can easily be used in concrete. But as the name implies, the material is too ductile at full strength to support structural loads at 2500psi. One benefit to this material is its measurable ...

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How to decide percentage of replacement of coarse and fine ...

Let me first try to understand your question. Where from this need has arrived ? What is the Specified strength or grade of concrete ? You are planning to have a nominal mix or a design mix ? Why do you need to replace coarse and fine aggregates ?...

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Use of Waste Plastic as Fine Aggregate Substitute in Concrete

used as the replacement of fine aggregate in the concrete. Concrete cube and beam were casted taking 10% to 25% of plastic as partial replacement of fine aggregate and tested for 28 days of compressive strength and flexural strength of concrete. 1. INTRODUCTION . The research in to new and innovative waste materials being under taken world-wide and innovative ideas that are expressed are ...

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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% to 30% Then in ...

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STUDY OF RUBBER AGGREGATES IN CONCRETE AN

Scrap tyre rubber chips, has been used as coarse aggregate with the replacement of conventional coarse aggregate Concrete is one of the most popular building materials. The construction industry is always increases its uses and applications. Therefore, it is required to find alternative materials to reduce the cost of concrete. On the other hand, Non-biodegradable waste i.e. water bottles ...

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Different Types Sizes of Aggregate for Concrete ...

11/08/2018  Fine Aggregates are usually sand or crushed stone that are less than 9.55mm in diameter. When the aggregate is sieved through 4.75mm sieve, the aggregate passed through it. Natural sand is generally used as fine aggregate, silt, stone dust and clay also come under this category. The purpose of the fine aggregate is to fill the voids in the coarse aggregate and to act as a workability agent ...

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What are other alternatives for aggregates in concrete ...

1) EPS: Expanded Polystyrene plays a very unique role in concrete. Research has shown that concrete with this material behaves very similarly to light weight concretes containing traditional aggregates. This is believed to be the case because the ...

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