Study on Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by EWaste in

Study on Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by EWaste in


PDF o l ssu E spl A n ISSN: 2348-0033 (Online) ISSN

to study the performance of concrete prepared with E- waste as a part of coarse aggregate. An experimental study is made by preparing specimens by utilizing E- waste particles as coarse aggregates in concrete with a percentage replacement from 0% to 20% i.e. (5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%). And Conventional specimens are also prepared for M30 grade

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Use of coconut shell as partly substitution of coarse

The waste coconut shell may be utilized to replace natural coarse aggregate. In present study, compressive strength of concrete of M - 20 grades has studied by replacing natural coarse aggregates at 0%, 5%, 10%, 20% and 30%, by weight with coconut shell. Compressive strength of coconut shell concrete has been evaluated on 7, 14, 21 and 28 days.

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PDF Issn 2091-2730 Effect of Partial Replacement of Coarse

replacement of coarse aggregate. The Compaction factor observed as 0.92, 0.899, 0.88, 0.87 and 0.85 with varying percentage replacement of coarse aggregate by Jhama class brick bat as 0%, 20%, 40%, 60% and 80% respectively. The compressive strength of

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Ijmtes - Study on Low Density Concrete With Partial

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science Paper Title : STUDY ON LOW DENSITY CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE Author's Name : Dinesh A | Padmanaban I | Maruthachalam M Volume 03 Issue 08 2016. ISSN no: 2348-3121 Page no: 97-100 Abstract - Structural low density aggregate Concrete has an ability to reduce the self weight of the

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PDF Experimental Study Of Light Weight Concrete By The Partial

The water absorption for the given coarse aggregate is 0.5% The water absorption for the given fine aggregate is 1.04%. e) Crushing test The crushing value for coarse aggregate sample is 25.23%. The crushing value for the thermoplastic aggregate is 0.986 f) Impact test The impact value of the coarse aggregate sample is found to be 23.65%.

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Polyethylene Terephthalate Wastes as a Partial Replacement

aggregate content up to 3% replacement. But more than 3% substitution of fine aggregate with PET bottle fiber, results in a reduced in tensile strength, and flexural strength. This test result shows that possible to use PET bottles in concrete production as a partial substitution for fine aggregates not more than 3% replacement.

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PDF Par Tial Replacement of Coarse Aggri Gate by Using

An analysis was made on the strength characteristics by conducting the tests on e -waste Concrete with E -waste and the results revealed that up to 10% replacement e -waste for coarse aggregate in con crete shows similar valves in compressive & Tensile strength and flexural strength . 8. CONCLUSION:

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USAGE OF E -WASTAGE IN CONCRETE

replacement of the coarse or fine aggregate. An experimental study is formed The e plastic waste consists of discarded plastic waste form the previous computers on the employment of E -waste particles as fine and coarse aggregates in conc rete percentage replacement

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use of waste material as partial replacement for concrete

Three specimens each having 0%, 10%, 20%, and 30% demolished waste as coarse aggregate replacement for mix of 1:1.67:3.33were cast and tested after 7 and 28 days in order to have a comparative study. They concluded that up to 30% replacement of coarse aggregate with recycled aggregate concrete was comparable to conventional concrete.

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Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as aggregate

crushers as replacement of fine aggregate and ceramic waste as a replacement of coarse aggregate. This study was conducted to analyse the compressive and flexural strength of concrete when natural sand was replaced with stone dust at 20%, 40 %, 60%, 80 % and 100% along with 20 % stone aggregate replacement with ceramic waste.

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alternative of coarse aggregate

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 was attempted. The work was conducted on M20 grade mix. The replacement of coarse aggregate with E-waste in the range of 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%. Obtener precio

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AN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY STUDY ON UTILISATION

Past studies done on utilization of e-waste in concrete deals with e-waste by using it as partial replacement for coarse aggregate and fine aggregate. Studies were also made on using e-waste fibers in concrete to improve the tensile strength. c)Based on past studies, it was found that the e-waste has

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PDF A Study on Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with

5]. Anand Ramesh ( ) is reported that he is replace the coarse aggregate by 5% and 10% by the coconut shells, there was a rise in compressive strength at 28 days curing time for 5% but strength lowered for 15% replacement of coarse aggregate with coconut shell. Splitting tensile strength decreased for 5% replacement

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Search results for: irregular foundation

Authors: N. N. M. Pauzi, M. R. Karim, M. Jamil, R. Hamid, M. F. M. Zain Abstract: The aim of this study is to conduct an experimental investigation on the influence of complete replacement of natural coarse aggregate with spherically-shape and crushed waste cathode ray tube (CRT) glass to the aspect of workability, density, and compressive strength of the concrete.

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PDF Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in

For Task 1, materials included four sources of Type I OPC, two types of coarse aggregate, and slag cement replacement levels of 0%, 30%, and 50% for a total of 24 different types of concrete. In addition, one source of OPC was studied with both aggregates and all replacement levels at a mixing and curing temperature of 40°F.

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UTILIZATION OF E-WASTE IN CONCRETE WITHOUT

Disposal of bulk quantity of E-waste can be achieved by using it in concrete industry. This paper attempts the possibility of using the E-waste in concrete to replace the coarse aggregates. Efforts have been made in the concrete industry to use non biodegradable components of E-waste as a partial replacements of the aggregates.

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PDF Experimental study of coarse aggregates and fine

1. From the experiments conducted, replacement of ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete can be optimized. 2. At 0% 10%, 20%, 30% replacement of coarse aggregates with ceramic waste the strength properties were decreased linearly were compared with conventional concrete. 3.

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An Analysis over Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate

Our present study aims to most appropriate use of waste tyre rubber. This research studied explores a detailed study of compressive strength of concrete by using waste tyre rubber as percentage replacement of coarse aggregate. The waste tyre rubber is chipped according to required shape so as to ideally replace coarse aggregate. The

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Use of waste rubber tyres as aggregate in concrete

cut into pieces with maximum size of 20 mm to use as coarse aggregate, and crumb rubber tyres used as fine aggregate. The replacement of the rubber tyres aggregates in concrete was done in three phases. In the first phase, fine rubber tyres aggregates were used to replace 50% of the normal sand.

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Sustainable Construction and Building Materials: Select

Dec 30,  · This book presents select proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Construction and Building Materials (ICSCBM ), and examines a range of durable, energy-efficient, and next-generation construction and building materials produced from industrial wastes and byproducts. The topics covered include alternative, eco-friendly construction and building materials, next

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A Comparative Study on Thermal Insulation Properties of

The purpose of this experiment is to analyze the steady state condition in a concrete slab. Temperature measurements were made for each scenario and were used along with physical dimensions to compute various heat transfer parameters. In this paper, the investigation was made by the partial replacement in the coarse aggregate with E-waste (PCB cutting waste) (FR-4) in the conventional concrete.

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