The crushed stones with the size range of 3–35 mm and a fineness modulus of 7.10 were used as the coarse aggregate in the mix design of the concrete or part of the coarse aggregate in the mixed design of recycled aggregate concrete.
When structures made of concrete are demolished or renovated, concrete recycling is an increasingly common method of utilizing the rubble. Concrete was once routinely trucked to landfills for disposal, ... Use of recycled coarse aggregate in concrete Edit.
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.
E-waste is used as one such alternative for coarse aggregate. Owing to scarcity of coarse aggregate for the preparation of concrete, partial replacement of E-waste with coarse aggregate
In this study, concrete mixes with fine and coarse aggregates recycled from fresh concrete waste as a substitution of natural aggregates are studied. Optimised design of experiment was used with two variables (rates of fine aggregate replacement or of coarse aggregate replacement) on the basis of identical composition.
Key words: non-recyclable glass waste, plastics waste, fiberglass waste, cementitious concrete, fine aggregates. The problem of disposing and managing solid waste materials in the United States and other industrial countries has become one of the major environmental, economical, and social issues.
The mechanical properties of conventional concrete and of concrete containing pieces of concrete from demolition waste in the place of conventional coarse aggregate were evaluated and compared.
coarse aggregate in concrete has been investigated. The ceramic wastes are of three types, namely Tiles, Clay bricks and flowerpot were used. This study intends to use of ceramic ... utilization of waste materials in concrete production which is helpful to the goal of sustainable construction.
Use of Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: A Possibility towards Sustainable Building Construction B . In this case, a well renowned television producing industry of Malaysia-Japan provided waste glasses for the study. The provided samples were in three different sizes as following,
Abstract—Utilisation of waste plastic materials as aggregates in concrete manufacturing could be a partial solution to the environmental and ecological challenges …
Waste glass as a replacement of aggregate in concrete was investigated and observed to increase the potential of the alkali silica reaction (ASR) and, as a result, degrade the mechanical and ...
In major Egyptian cities there is a surge in construction and demolition waste (CDW) quantities causing an adverse effect on the environment. The use of such waste as recycled aggregate in concrete can be useful for both environmental and economical aspects in the construction industry.
Keywords: DCW (Demolished Concrete Waste), Coarse Aggregate, Fine Aggregate, Cement, Demolished Waste. INTRODUCTION Due to speedy development of industries and concrete areas waste generation is additionally will increase, that is unfavorably
Experimental Study on Use of Waste Plastic as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete with Admixture Superplasticizer Polycarboxylate Ether. Rafiq Ahmad Pirzada 1, Tapeshwar Kalra 2 …
The paper reports on the performance of 34 different concrete mixes containing glass crushed to ¾-in. (19-mm) maximum size as coarse aggregate and six …
In this paper, some characteristics of recycled coarse aggregates obtained by crushing waste ready-mix concrete, as well as the mechanical and durability properties of recycled concretes made by using 25, 50, and 75% of these aggregates, are presented.
RESULTAND DISCUSSION This section presents the sieve analysis of the material, the properties of the fresh state of concrete (i.e., slump), the mechanical properties of the concrete containing RCA and ceramic waste as coarse aggregate, and the
coarse aggregates generally occupy 60% to 75% of the concrete volume (70% to 85% by mass) and strongly influ- ... or crushed waste concrete, is a ... The important characteristics of aggregates for concrete are listed in Table 5-2 and most are discussed in the following
Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete Paul O. Awoyeraa,*, Julius M. Ndambukib, Joseph O. Akinmusurua, ... 1:2:4 concrete mix of cement, ﬁne and coarse aggregates was adopted, and batching was conducted by weight. For all mixes, one hundred and eight (108) concrete cubes of 150 mm dimen- ...
This experimental investigation presents the feasibility of making concrete using ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate at 25, 50, 75, 100 per cent replacement of crushed stone in conventional concrete. The mechanical and durability properties of this
Demolished Waste as Coarse Aggregates V.Sai Kiran Kumar Scholar BVSR Engineering College, Chimakurthy. B.Ravi Kumar Scholar BVSR Engineering College, ... coarse recycled demolished concrete aggregate then to compare them with the properties of concrete made with natural aggregates concrete. Fine recycled
Abstract - The study is based on the use of waste marble chips as concrete aggregate. The high consumption of raw The high consumption of raw material like coarse aggregate will result in shortage of such aggregate in future.
One possible outlet for such waste is the construction industry. Many studies were conducted In the nineteen sixties on the possibility of using crushed waste glass as concrete aggregate [20 ...
Use of Demolished Waste in Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, APA Gowtham, Anandhan .R, V. Gokulnath (2017).
Recycled Plastics as Coarse Aggregate for Structural Concrete Praveen Mathew1, Shibi Varghese2, ... The suitability of recycled plastics as coarse aggregate in concrete and its advantages are discussed here. The ... Enas A. AL-Hasmi, Use of waste plastic in concrete mixture as aggregate replacement, Waste Management, Vol 28, Issue 11, pp.
When structures made of concrete are demolished or renovated, concrete recycling is an increasingly common method of utilizing the rubble. ... Based on the research and experiment test, "the maximum replacement of recycled coarse aggregate that can be used in concrete is 35%".
STUDIES ON STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS ON UTILIZATION OF WASTE MATERIALS AS COARSE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE DR. T. SEKAR Department of Civil Engineering, Anna University of Technology Madurai,
Keywords— Waste ceramic tiles, Compressive strength, split tensile strength, coarse aggregate, cost. I. INTRODUCTION A large amount of natural aggregates such as sand and water are being consumed in concrete
With this, Hawaiian Cement finally found a solution to the Puunene Quarry's mountain of waste coarse aggregate. About wet jigging An overview of the Puunene Quarry plant, with a Snoby Separation Systems wet jig processing the coarse material.
Construction aggregate, or simply "aggregate", is a broad category of coarse to medium grained particulate material used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, recycled concrete and geosynthetic aggregates. Aggregates are the most mined materials in the world.
Recycled Concretes Made with Waste Ready-Mix Concrete as Coarse Aggregate Claudio Javier Zega1 and Angel Antonio Di Maio2 Abstract: Using waste materials for new products is a global trend undergoing rapid development.
Partial Replacement of Ceramic Waste as Coarse Aggregate and Egg Shell as Fine Aggregate R. Nirmala ... Use of industrial waste as aggregate in concrete is the only real potential for utilization of bulk quantities of waste and also prevention of depletion of natural resources. IV. ...