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Concrete With Ceramic Waste And Quarry Dust Aggregates

Ceramic waste and quarry dust aggregates were used as a possible replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregates [1]. Ashes from a wastewater treatment facility that ...

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Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust as ...

Ceramic waste and quarry dust aggregates were used as a possible replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregates [1]. Ashes from a wastewater treatment facility that ...

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Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust as ...

Experiment were carried out to determine the strength of concrete with ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregate to compare them with the conventional concrete made (with crushed stone coarse aggregate). From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as aggregates is the highest with 30.82 MPa ...

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Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust Aggregates

For this research focus on a study of the strength of concrete with ceramic waste as coarse aggregate and quarry dust as fine aggregate. The source of ceramic waste and quarry dust from the industrial in Malaysia. Nowadays, in ceramics industries

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THE EFFECT OF CERAMIC WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATE ON ...

were used: cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates, ceramic waste and water. Cement used was Ordinary Portland Cement (Grade 32.5R) produced in accordance with the standards [10, 11].The water used for the experiment was portable tap water, free from any sulphate, ferric, alkaline, oils, vegetation or

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A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH CERAMIC

necessity than a desire. Hence the fine aggregate can be replaced fully or partially by materials like M-sand, quarry dust, saw dust, rice husk ash, ceramic waste etc in concrete. Ceramic waste may be used as an alternative for natural sand. The aim of

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The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

ranged from 5.10 % for fine ceramic aggregate to 5.50 % for coarse ceramic aggregatewhereas for crushed stone ranged from 1.02 % for fine aggregate to 1.80 % for coarse aggre-gate.The bulk density of ceramic aggregates was generally found to be a little bit lower than that of natural aggregates.

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compressive strength of quarry waste as coarse aggregate ...

Strength of concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust as aggregates ... replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregate. Experiment ... From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as...

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Effect of ceramic waste powder as partial fine aggregate ...

This article aims to highlight the alternative uses of ceramic waste. In this research, ceramic waste at a powder status is reduced to fine aggregates. Here, ceramic waste powder (CWP) is used in different ratios of 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% replacing the fine aggregate weight. Aluminum powder is used to obtain aerated concrete (AC).

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Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For ...

d) Coarse Aggregate The fractions from 20 mm to 4.75 mm are used as coarse aggregate. The Coarse Aggregates from crushed Basalt rock, conforming to IS: 383 is being use. The Flakiness and Elongation Index were maintained well below 15%. e) Fine aggregate Those fractions from 4.75 mm to 150 microns are termed as fine aggregate.

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THE EFFECT OF CERAMIC WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATE

were used: cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates, ceramic waste and water. Cement used was Ordinary Portland Cement (Grade 32.5R) produced in accordance with the standards [10, 11].The water used for the experiment was portable tap water, free from any sulphate, ferric, alkaline, oils, vegetation or

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Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as aggregate ...

percentage replacement of Stone dust alongwith 20 % ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate. % replacement of sand with stone dust 0 20 40 60 80 100 ays 2 4 6 8 10 Fig 2: Variation of Flexural strength with percentage replacement of Stone dust along with 20 % ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate. 5. Conclusion The following conclusions are drawn ...

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Replacement of stone Dust and Ceramic scrap as Aggregate ...

Thus, it can be concluded that stone dust up to 05% with 05% ceramic waste aggregate is satisfactory for use. Results show that with partial replacement of stone dust with 05% and 05% Ceramic waste coarse aggregate, flexural strength increased by 20, 48 and 40% at the age of 28 days as compared to referral concrete. The

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compressive strength of quarry waste as coarse aggregate ...

Strength of concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust as aggregates ... replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregate. Experiment ... From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as...

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The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

ranged from 5.10 % for fine ceramic aggregate to 5.50 % for coarse ceramic aggregatewhereas for crushed stone ranged from 1.02 % for fine aggregate to 1.80 % for coarse aggre-gate.The bulk density of ceramic aggregates was generally found to be a little bit lower than that of natural aggregates.

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Investigation of the mechanical strength of stone dust and ...

Jul 02, 2020  The substitution of the stone aggregates with ceramic waste without substituting the fine aggregates with the stone dust shows poor mechanical strength both in compression and in flexure. Based on the present study, it is preferred that ceramic waste alone could not be used as a replacement of coarse aggregate because it adversely affects the ...

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Use of Waste Ceramic Tile Aggregates as an Alternative ...

Concrete With Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust Aggregates. 5th Annual Conference Management in Construction Researchers Association, 2006: 383- 388 Mohini Saxenaa, Shyam R. Asolekar – Solid wastes generation in India and their recycling potential in building materials.

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Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For ...

d) Coarse Aggregate The fractions from 20 mm to 4.75 mm are used as coarse aggregate. The Coarse Aggregates from crushed Basalt rock, conforming to IS: 383 is being use. The Flakiness and Elongation Index were maintained well below 15%. e) Fine aggregate Those fractions from 4.75 mm to 150 microns are termed as fine aggregate.

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Ceramic waste - SlideShare

Mar 30, 2016  Concrete With Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust Aggregates. 5th Annual Conference Management in Construction Researchers Association, 2006: 383- 388 [2] Nehdi Monce, Khan Ashfaq. Cementitious Composites Containing Recycled Tire Rubber: An Overview of Engineering Properties and Potential Applications.

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Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in

The potential of recycled ceramic waste as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete has been investigated. The recycle ceramic waste as aggregate was used. Concrete mixes with a 28 days characteristic strength of 20 MPa had prepared using water/cement ratio of 0.4, 0.5 and 0.7. The strength development of the concrete mixes containing ...

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Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic Waste

Ceramic waste found suitable as a substitution for fine and coarse aggregate and partial substitution in cement production [2]. Ceramic waste can be used as a filler material in flexible pavement [3]The ongoing research has interest in ceramic waste from different ceramic based industry which includes wall floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and ...

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Effect of Partial Replacement of Fine and Coarse Aggregate ...

Fine and coarse aggregates are obtained from quarrying of large rocks which leads to a great destruction to the environment. And further the disposal of the huge amount of demolition waste was another problem. The objective of this research is to study the utilization of ceramic waste as a partial replacement of fine and coarse aggregate (10mm ...

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A STUDY ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE

percentage steel slag and quarry dust to be replaced is found out by conducting 7days and 28 days compressive strength on cubes of size 150 mm x150mmx150mm with 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% replacement of coarse aggregate by steel slag and fine aggregate by quarry dust. To study the strength loss, weight loss characteristics of concrete.

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M.N. Norazian Scientific.Net

Experiment were carried out to determine the strength of concrete with ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregate to compare them with the conventional concrete made (with crushed stone coarse aggregate). From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as aggregates is the highest with 30.82 MPa ...

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THE EFFECT OF CERAMIC WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATE

were used: cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates, ceramic waste and water. Cement used was Ordinary Portland Cement (Grade 32.5R) produced in accordance with the standards [10, 11].The water used for the experiment was portable tap water, free from any sulphate, ferric, alkaline, oils, vegetation or

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The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

ranged from 5.10 % for fine ceramic aggregate to 5.50 % for coarse ceramic aggregatewhereas for crushed stone ranged from 1.02 % for fine aggregate to 1.80 % for coarse aggre-gate.The bulk density of ceramic aggregates was generally found to be a little bit lower than that of natural aggregates.

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Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as aggregate ...

percentage replacement of Stone dust alongwith 20 % ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate. % replacement of sand with stone dust 0 20 40 60 80 100 ays 2 4 6 8 10 Fig 2: Variation of Flexural strength with percentage replacement of Stone dust along with 20 % ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate. 5. Conclusion The following conclusions are drawn ...

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compressive strength of quarry waste as coarse aggregate ...

Strength of concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust as aggregates ... replacement for conventional crushed stone coarse and fine aggregate. Experiment ... From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as...

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Effect of Partial Replacement of Fine and Coarse Aggregate ...

Fine and coarse aggregates are obtained from quarrying of large rocks which leads to a great destruction to the environment. And further the disposal of the huge amount of demolition waste was another problem. The objective of this research is to study the utilization of ceramic waste as a partial replacement of fine and coarse aggregate (10mm ...

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Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For ...

d) Coarse Aggregate The fractions from 20 mm to 4.75 mm are used as coarse aggregate. The Coarse Aggregates from crushed Basalt rock, conforming to IS: 383 is being use. The Flakiness and Elongation Index were maintained well below 15%. e) Fine aggregate Those fractions from 4.75 mm to 150 microns are termed as fine aggregate.

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Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic Waste

Ceramic waste found suitable as a substitution for fine and coarse aggregate and partial substitution in cement production [2]. Ceramic waste can be used as a filler material in flexible pavement [3]The ongoing research has interest in ceramic waste from different ceramic based industry which includes wall floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and ...

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M.N. Norazian Scientific.Net

Experiment were carried out to determine the strength of concrete with ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregate to compare them with the conventional concrete made (with crushed stone coarse aggregate). From the results show that compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust as aggregates is the highest with 30.82 MPa ...

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Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in

The potential of recycled ceramic waste as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete has been investigated. The recycle ceramic waste as aggregate was used. Concrete mixes with a 28 days characteristic strength of 20 MPa had prepared using water/cement ratio of 0.4, 0.5 and 0.7. The strength development of the concrete mixes containing ...

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STUDY OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE

3.5 Quarry Dust: Quarry Dust can be defined as residue, tailing or o ther non-voluble waste material after the extraction and processing of rocks to form fine particles less tha n 4.75 mm. This product can be used for asphalt, substitut e for sand, and filling around pipes. Quarry dust can be an economic alternative to the river sand.

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Ceramic Dust as Construction Material in Rigid Pavement

Ceramic dust is produced as waste from ceramic bricks, roof and floor tiles and stoneware waste industries. Concrete (M35) was made by replacing % (up to 30%) of cement (OPC 53) grade with ceramic dust (passing 75µm) shows good workability, compressive strength, split-tensile strength, flexural strength and elastic modulus. In this experimental investigation, concrete specimens were

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A STUDY ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE

percentage steel slag and quarry dust to be replaced is found out by conducting 7days and 28 days compressive strength on cubes of size 150 mm x150mmx150mm with 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% replacement of coarse aggregate by steel slag and fine aggregate by quarry dust. To study the strength loss, weight loss characteristics of concrete.

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Utilization of Construction Waste Tiles as a Replacement ...

Ceramic wastes are found to be suitable for usage as substitution for fine and coarse aggregates in concrete production. This study is an investigation into the utilization of waste tiles as partial replacement for fine and coarse aggregates in concrete. The control mix and other mixes containing cement, water, granite and partial replacement for sand with crushed tiles (in 5%, 10%, 15% and 20 ...

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Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

tion, while the ceramic waste aggregates were mixed in air-dry condition to control its low water absorption [15]. Methods The ceramic tile wastes and natural aggregates were thor-oughly cleansed to get rid of debris from the materials. A 1:2:4 concrete mix of cement, fine and coarse aggregates was adopted, and batching was conducted by weight.

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