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  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Waste

    Isah [11] suggested that the optimum replacement ratio of the waste ceramic tile chips as aggregate in concrete is 10%.Sekar [12] studied the influence of partial replacement of coarse aggregate ...

  • Aggregate Replacement - an overview ScienceDirect

    Leaching tests on the granular form of concrete made with MIBA as a complete aggregate replacement were undertaken in accordance with EN-12457-2 (2002) (single-stage batch leaching procedure), the results of which are shown in Figure 8.7 (Ginés et al., 2009).It was found that concrete using MIBA as a substitute for natural aggregate, though evidently showing increased element release, can be ...

  • The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

    2017-12-18  (crushed stone and natural sand). Five mixes were prepared incorporatingcoarse ceramic aggregate as partial substitute of coarse aggregate with replacement levels of 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%. Besides, five mixes incorporated fine crushed ceramic as partial substitute of fine aggregate with replacement levels of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100%.

  • Scrap-tyre-rubber replacement for aggregate and

    In this research the performance of concrete mixtures incorporating 5%, 7.5% and 10% of discarded tyre rubber as aggregate and cement replacements was investigated. Numerous projects have been conducted on replacement of aggregates by crumb rubbers but scarce data are found on cementitious filler addition in the literature.

  • Experimental Investigation on Ceramic Tile Wastes as ...

    2020-6-11  Assistant professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER), Chennai-600073,Tamil Nadu, India -----***-----Abstract This paper presents an experimental investigation to check the suitability of using ceramic tile waste as a substitute for coarse aggregate in the construction of concrete.

  • Partial Replacement of E-plastic Waste as Coarse

    The feasibility of utilizing E-waste plastic particles as partial replacement of coarse aggregate has been presented. In the present study, compressive strength was investigated for Optimum Cement Content and 10% E-plastic content in mix yielded stability and very good in compressive strength of 53 grade cement. © 2016 The Authors.

  • (PDF) The use of ceramic waste aggregates in

    The use of aggregates from construction and demolition pursues a twofold objective. On the one side an economic advantage derived by cutting down on the use of high grade quarry aggregates and reducing distances travelled by the material. On the

  • Waste Tyre Crumb Rubber Particle as A Partial

    2019-7-1  D) Split tensile strength . From the result obtained by split tensile strength test it was observed that for replacement of 0.5% and 1.0% crumb rubber to the fine aggregate in concrete there was no

  • Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete ...

    The materials used in this study were ordinary Portland cement CEM I 42.5 grade, conforming to British Standards , granite of maximum particle size of 12.5 mm and granulometric modulus of 6.95, river sand of maximum particle size of 4 mm and granulometric modulus of 2.24, ceramic waste coarse aggregates of granulometric modulus of 6.88, ceramic fine aggregate of granulometric modulus of 2.20 ...

  • Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For ...

    2017-2-8  Figure: 3 Percentage Replacement of Ceramic waste V/S Compressive Strength (N/mm2) of Concrete for M20 mix at 7, 14 and 28 days V. ECONOMIC FEASABILITY TABLE- 8 COSTS OF MATERIALS Sr. No. Materials Rate (Rs/Kg) 1 Cement (OPC 53 grade) 6.40 2 Fine aggregate (Regional ) 0.60 3 Coarse aggregate (Regional ) 0.65 4 Ceramic waste 0.20 TABLE - 9

  • Journals - Online Civil

    2020-6-3  Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete The future of construction:acritical review of construction future studies Mix design and compressive stregth of geopolymer concrete containing blended ash from agro industrial wastes Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies for civil engineering

  • (PDF) The use of ceramic waste aggregates in

    To do so, first, the characteristics of ceramic aggregate are measured and then being grind they are used in concrete as the substitute for coarse aggregates with 0 to 40 percent of substitution ...

  • Influence of Water Absorption of the Ceramic

    Observing the above results, strength aspects of ceramic waste aggregate concrete is well within the permissible limits and ideal replacement level of ceramic waste is 20% and 40%.Water absorption of ceramic waste aggregate was 0.18% higher than that of natural aggregate (0.10%), due to the opening of pore structure during crushing and chiseling.

  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Waste

    Isah [11] suggested that the optimum replacement ratio of the waste ceramic tile chips as aggregate in concrete is 10%.Sekar [12] studied the influence of partial replacement of coarse aggregate ...

  • Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial ...

    Rajendra D, H Gokulram "Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Waste Cuddapah Stones", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V44(5),221-223 February 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group. Abstract Cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water are important ...

  • Investigation On Stone Dust And Ceramic Scrap As ...

    2020-4-30  Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Waste Ceramic Tile in. Abstract The main focus of this research is to study the strength of concrete with a Conventional Coarse Aggregate Machine crushed stone obtained from a variation of strength of hardened concrete using ceramic scrap as

  • Civil Engineering Journals - Online CivilForum

    2020-6-7  Ceramic waste effective replacement of cement for establishing sustainable concrete. Changing world – major challenges the need for underground space planning. Cockle shell a potential partial coarse aggregate replacement in concretes. Combination-of-ground-improvement-techniques for support of shallow foundation in karst

  • Effect of Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Stone Dust

    2018-5-15  aggregate replacement” Construction and Building Materials 2016, PP 746-759 [5]. Veera Reddy.M “Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete” International journal of civil and structural engineering [vol 1], 2010, PP 661-666 [6]. Sandeep Kumar Singh “An Experimental

  • Reuse of Plastic Waste in Paver Blocks - IJERT Journal

    2019-7-1  Coarse Aggregate . Locally available coarse aggregates were used in this work. Aggregates passing through 12mm sieve and retained on 10mm sieve were sieved and tested as per Indian standard specification IS:383-1970 . Ceramic Waste . The principle waste coming from the ceramic industry is the ceramic

  • Effect of Crushed Waste Ceramic Tiles (CWCT) as

    The reuse of crushed waste ceramic tiles as a substitute for fine aggregate in concrete has been investigated in this study. Waste ceramic tiles obtained from building demolition sites and left-overs from new building sites were used. The crushed waste ceramic tiles were substituted in place of fine aggregates in the following percentages (0%, 20%, 25%, 30% 35% and 40%) in the concrete mix.

  • Replacement of recycled coarse aggregates with natural ...

    2016-7-18  The aggregate are placed as per volume in the cubes but the specific gravity of N.C.A. R.C.A. are different. Thus we can’t replace recycled coarse aggregate (R.C.A.) directly with the same amount of natural coarse aggregate (N.C.A.). We know the


    2017-12-12  The test results shows that the replacement fine aggregate by crusher dust up to 50% by weight has a negligible effect on the reduction of any physical and mechanical properties ... their experimental study on use of rock flow and insulator ceramic scrap in concrete that the rock flow when used as fine aggregate increases the modulus of rapture ...

  • Rubber/crete: Mechanical properties of scrap to reuse

    2019-8-8  Aggregate is commonly considered an inert filler that accounts for the volume and weight of concrete. Aggregate strength, gradation, absorption, moisture content, specific gravity, shape, and texture are all properties that affect the physical and mechanical characteristics contributing to the strength and durability of concrete.

  • Ceramic waste - LinkedIn SlideShare

    Result In Ceramic Waste Different proportions of waste ceramic are use as course aggregate in cement concrete to determine the compressive strength. Compressive Strength Ceramic waste as aggregate Replace by 10% of aggregate 7 days test result 28 days test result Sample 1 - 620 KN Sample 2 - 600 KN Sample 3 - 605 KN

  • Mechanical and Durability Properties of Induction

    Most of the steel mills in Bangladesh use induction furnace which produces large quantities of slags that have very little use except land filling. Therefore, feasibility of using this slag is examined in concrete with recycled aggregate, which is another waste product that is generated due to removal of old structures. Concrete with three target strengths, 17.23, 20.68, and 24.13#x2009;MPa ...

  • International Journals On Concrete Fine Aggregate

    2016-11-5dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete, international journal of civil structural engineering, vol 13, pp 661-666, 2010 7 r p nanda, a k das, and n c moharana, stone crusher dust as a fine aggregate in concrete for pa... View All; Journal of replacement of laterite sand and quarry


    2019-2-4  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.

  • International Journal of Civil Engineering and

    Reddy, M. Veera. "Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete." International Journal of Civil Structural Engineering 1.3 (2010): 661-666. Bai, H. Sharada. "Use of crushed rock powder as replacement of fine aggregate in mortar and concrete." Indian Journal of Science and Technology 4.8 (2011): 917-922.


    VeeraReddy.M Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete, International journal of civil and structural engineering 1(3), 2010 Manufactured sand for ...

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  • Recycled Rubber as an Aggregate Replacement in Self ...

    In the past few decades, due to the exponential increase of the world’s population, the number of discarded waste tires has become a serious ecological and environmental problem. Decomposition of waste tire rubber can take longer than 50 years, and every year the number of discarded tires is rapidly growing. With the inclusion of waste tire rubber into self-compacting concrete this global ...

  • Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse ...

    The material wassieved and split into two groups of tyre aggregate: coarse rubber aggregate (19-10mm) and fine rubberaggregate material (10-4.75 mm). The shape of the rubber aggregate was observed to be sub-angular. Itcan be seen that there is a very considerable loss in strength with respect to the average results of thecontrol mixes.

  • Suitability Investigation of Recycled Concrete

    In developing countries, construction and demolition waste (CDW) is disposed to landfill, causing social, environmental, and economic crises. In these nations, CDW exponentially increase due to their rapid economic growth, industrialization, and urbanization. This paper aims to examine the possibility of recycling concrete waste for production of new concrete in Ethiopia.

  • Kits Warangal

    2019-12-10  Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete, Volume 1, no 3, 2010, pp.661-666 International journal of

  • We publish scientific and engineering peer-reviewed ...

    We are very pleased to introduce the special volume containing the papers presented at the 60th International Scientific Conference of Riga Technical University (RTU) Section of Materials Science and Applied Chemistry - MSAC 2019, held in Riga, Latvia, 24th of October, 2019.

  • Civil Engineering Journal Civil Engineering Articles ...

    2018-5-6  Investigations on stone dust and ceramic scrap as aggregate replacement in concrete; The Futures of Construction: a critical review of construction future studies; For more journals, click on the following link. onlinecivilforum. Image Courtesy : onlinecivilforum

  • Plastic Concrete: Building Bricks Made From Landfill

    Using recycled materials is so hot right now, but using them as aggregate is hotter than Hansel in a black shirt on a summer Sunday. While living in Albany, Miller saw many areas cut their plastic ...

  • Use of Waste Materials in Highway Construction: State of ...

    Use of Scrap Tires in Asphalt Pavements Crumb rubber additive (CRA) is the generic term for the product from scrap tires used in asphalt products. Addition of CRA to asphalt paving products can be divided into two basic processes. The wet process blends CRA with hot asphalt cement and allows the rubber and asphalt to fully react in

  • Bricks From Recycled Plastic - Polymer Solutions

    Update: This blog post has proven incredibly popular! As such, we wanted to follow up on the latest information regarding bricks made from recycled plastic.