concrete waste as a waste coarse aggregate

concrete waste as a waste coarse aggregate

Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

coarse aggregate ii. To study the compressive strength of concrete mode using glass waste as partial replacement of coarse aggregate. 2. MATERIAL METHODOLOGY In order to study the effect of waste glass as partial replacement of coarse aggregate on the strength of concrete, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate 60 cubes

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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) Demolished waste as coarse aggregate in concrete

coarse aggregate by demolished waste on workability and compressive strength of recycled concrete for the. study at 7 and 28 d. The compressi ve strength thus, observed was compared with strength ...

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(PDF) Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

In our study, in which waste glass (WG) is considered as coarse aggregates in the concrete, WG was used reduced to 4–16 mm in proportions of 0–60% in the production of PKÇ/B 32.5/R type ...

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Feasibility study of using recycled fresh concrete waste ...

Mar 01, 2012  The FCW were sourced from the residue fresh concrete reclaiming system of a local ready mixed batching plant. The generating process of the fresh concrete waste is shown in Fig. 1.It can be seen that some of the natural aggregates are actually recycled directly after fresh concrete waste is reclaimed (e.g. by washing the fresh cement paste the coarse aggregates could be recuperated and

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National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES ...

Construction Site Erosion-Sediment Waste Control . ... concrete truck washout, chemical , littler, and sanitary waste, shall be performed simultaneously with ... Aggregate Size If stone is utilized, FDOT No. 1 Coarse Aggregate, 1½ to 3½ inch (4 to 9 cm) stone is

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(PDF) Recycling Concrete Debris from Construction and ...

Oct 13, 2021  Recycling of concrete debris can make a contribution to reducing the total environmental impact of the building sector. To increase the scope for recycling in

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SEACON: Redefining Sustainable Concrete

C) Contains seawater from Key Biscayne Bay and the natural-coarse-aggregate of mix A was substituted with RCA. Miami Olite and waste obtained from the demolition of a bridge in Ohio with a nominal maximum aggregate size of 25 mm (1 in.) were used as the natural-coarse-aggregates and RCA, respectively.

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(PDF) Revision Study of Green Concrete - ResearchGate

porcelain sanitary waste is used as coarse aggregate in . concrete at a rate of 3% to 9%, its resistance is more than . ... quantity of the concrete coarse brick aggregates [29]. 10.

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Roller-Compacted Concrete Slabs Using Phosphogypsum

Roller-Compacted Concrete Slabs Using Phosphogypsum N. GHAFOORI AND w. F. CHANG The use of phosphogypsum, a phosphate mining solid waste, was investigated as an aggregate in construction of various roller­ compacted concrete (RCC) slabs. Several phosphogypsum-based concrete mixtures were prepared in three different mixing pro­

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Experimental Investigation Of Using Concrete Waste And ...

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.

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ANALYSIS OF PVC AND PET WASTE REPLACEMENT AS A

ANALYSIS OF PVC AND PET WASTE REPLACEMENT AS A COARSE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE. Safeer Ullah, Amjad Islam, Syed Hamza Mustafa, Fawad Ahmad, Shah Rukh Khan. Abstract— Concrete is a universal mixture commonly used in recent era for construction of different structures. Due to rapid increase of concrete the aggregates decreasing rapidly.

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(PDF) Demolished waste as coarse aggregate in concrete

coarse aggregate by demolished waste on workability and compressive strength of recycled concrete for the. study at 7 and 28 d. The compressi ve

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Utilization of Demolished Waste as Coarse Aggregate in ...

This crushed concrete will be used as a coarse aggregate to produce new concrete, which will be compared with natural aggregate concrete. The target is to produce 30 MPa concrete compressive strength at 28 days. Natural sand is used as fine aggregate in the mixes of both natural concrete and recycled aggregate concrete.

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A Study on Strength Characteristics of Concrete by ...

Jun 27, 2018  As the percentage of crushed concrete coarse aggregates and crushed brick fine aggregates is increased, Coarse aggregate is replacement level of 25% 50 % brick waste in concrete mixes was found to be the level to obtain higher value of the strength and durability at the age of 28 days. 25% 50 % concrete waste in concrete mixes was found ...

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Brick

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) Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

In our study, in which waste glass (WG) is considered as coarse aggregates in the concrete, WG was used reduced to 4–16 mm in proportions of 0–60% in

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E-Waste :An Alternative to Partial Replacement of Coarse ...

Jun 08, 2019  As the mix prepared contains E-waste and coarse aggregate, the corresponding weights per meter cubic of concrete for different proportions are represented in table 2. Proportions of Materials for Different Combinations: The coarse aggregate used in this study is the combination of e-waste and the coarse aggregate.

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(PDF) Effects of Recycled Aggregate on Concrete Mix and ...

By recycling concrete waste aggregates and using costs, using waste which would otherwise be lost to landfill them as a source for producing new concrete, an alternate sites [2], preserving areas of land for future urban develop- source of aggregate production is available.

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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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(PDF) Concrete with ceramic waste aggregate

making aggregates. The compressive, splitting tensile. and flexural strengths of ceramic waste coarse aggregate. concrete are lower by 3.8, 18.2 and 6% respectively when. compared to

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Physical and mechanical properties of concretes produced ...

Dec 01, 1997  In light of these two situations an investigation was made to evaluate the use of crushed waste concrete as concrete aggregate. If such use is practical, it will help to alleviate both problems. A discarded concrete driveway that contained siliceous aggregates and a laboratory concrete beam that contained limestone as coarse aggregate and ...

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A STUDY ON USAGE OF WASTE IN CONCRETE WITH

A STUDY ON USAGE OF WASTE IN CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE BY CHOPPED SCRAP TYRE AND FINE AGGREGATE BY CRUSHED CERAMIC TILE P. MANOJ 1, S.V.SATYANARAYANA 2 1M. Tech scholar, Dept. of Civil, R V R J C College of engineering, Guntur, A.P 2Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil, R V R J C

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Properties and composition of recycled aggregates from ...

Aug 29, 2014  Arising from a systematic, as opposed to narrative, literature review of 236 publications published over a period of 38 years from 1977 to 2014, the paper examines the factors affecting the physical, chemical, mechanical, permeation and compositional properties of recycled aggregates sourced from construction and demolition waste, intended for concrete

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Utilization of Demolished Waste as Coarse Aggregate in ...

This crushed concrete will be used as a coarse aggregate to produce new concrete, which will be compared with natural aggregate concrete. The target is to produce 30 MPa concrete compressive strength at 28 days. Natural sand is used as fine aggregate in the mixes of both natural concrete and recycled aggregate concrete.

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A STUDY ON USAGE OF WASTE IN CONCRETE WITH

A STUDY ON USAGE OF WASTE IN CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE BY CHOPPED SCRAP TYRE AND FINE AGGREGATE BY CRUSHED CERAMIC TILE P. MANOJ 1, S.V.SATYANARAYANA 2 1M. Tech scholar, Dept. of Civil, R V R J C College of engineering, Guntur, A.P 2Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil, R V R J C

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(PDF) Use of Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete A ...

World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Civil, Environmental, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering Vol:8, No:10, 2014 Use of Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: A Possibility towards Sustainable Building Construction T. S. Serniabat, M. N. N. Khan, M. F. M. Zain resources, they are lower in toxic

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Mangalore Tile Waste As Coarse Aggregate In Concrete

Mar 26, 2019  Tile Waste As Coarse Aggregate In Concrete potential of using the broken clay tiles in concrete as an aggregate is studied in this study. A green approach is to use waste material in construction. Today, alternative materials to replace constituent concrete materials are a hot research topic. It provides added value to the waste materials and ...

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A Study on Strength Characteristics of Concrete by ...

concrete waste partially due to their abundance. 25%, 50% (M15, M25) incorporation was used as partial replacement of natural coarse aggregate in concrete. As the percentage of crushed concrete coarse aggregates and crushed brick fine aggregates is increased, Coarse aggregate is replacement level

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(PDF) NON-CONVENTIONAL COARSE AGGREGATE CONCRETE

Non-conventional concrete aggregates Non-conventional concrete aggregates, also known as concrete aggregate substitutes, refer to aggregates obtained from recycled/waste materials. For any material to qualify as coarse concrete aggregate, certain parameters are known to be important for engineered-use concrete; hardness, strength, and durability.

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Comparison of Drying Shrinkage of Concrete Specimens ...

An experimental investigation into the effect of steel slag as a coarse aggregate, and heavyweight waste glass as a fine aggregate, on the drying shrinkage of concrete was performed. The calculated shrinkage strain was compared to five different shrinkage prediction models, namely, the ACI 209, B3, KCI 2012, EC 2 and GL 2000 model codes, to ...

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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

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Physical and mechanical properties of concretes produced ...

Dec 01, 1997  In light of these two situations an investigation was made to evaluate the use of crushed waste concrete as concrete aggregate. If such use is practical, it will help to alleviate both problems. A discarded concrete driveway that contained siliceous aggregates and a laboratory concrete beam that contained limestone as coarse aggregate and ...

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[PDF] Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Waste ...

The main findings of this investigation revealed that the waste material could be reused successfully as partial substitutes for coarse aggregates in concrete production and the optimum strength of the concrete was observed at 25% of waste glass against 75% of granite for coarse aggregate, whereby the compressive strength of the concrete cube ...

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Application of reliability index in statistical model to ...

Oct 19, 2021  Senthil Kumar and Baskar (2015a, b) conducted a detailed experimental investigation on using recycled computer plastic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete, which primarily had high impact polystyrene (HIPS), with the intention of addressing the waste disposal problem and conserving natural resources from depletion.HIPS replaced coarse aggregates

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Use of Plastics and E-waste in Concrete

Nov 13, 2013  Use of Plastics and E-waste in Concrete. Download Now. Download. Download to read offline. Technology, Business. Nov. 13, 2013. 17,873 views. As replacement for fine aggregate in concrete, plastic and e-waste was suggested based on experiments conducted and theoretical data from publications. Indian Institute of Technology Madras.

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APPRAISAL OF CONCRETE USING MODIFIED WASTE TYRE

concrete. This research work aimed at using modified waste rubber tyre aggregate in concrete production. Coarse aggregate was replaced with modified waste tyre rubber at 0%, 10%, 20%, and 30% by volume of coarse aggregate. The physical properties of fresh and hardened concrete such as slump, compacting factor and density, compressive, splitting ...

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Modification of Waste Aggregate PET for Improving the ...

Dec 19, 2019  The slump value of plastic aggregate concrete (PAC) was found to be lower in the Ca (ClO)2-treated waste PET aggregates than the PET treated with H2O and H2O2. (ii) Concrete with PET satisfies the lightweight concrete density specification. The density of PAC reduced as the percentage of PET replacement increased.

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