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Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic

Experimental Study on Concrete with Partial Replacement of

The evaluation of fly ash use as a replacement of cement material begins with the concrete testing. Concrete contains cement, water, fine aggregate and coarse aggregate. With the normal concrete, i.e. 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% of the cement is replaced with fly ash, the results from the fly ash concrete is compared with results from a normal

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Use of Saw Dust Ash as Partial Replacement for Cement In

Use of Saw Dust Ash as Partial Replacement for Cement In Concrete Obilade, I. O. Department of Civil Engineering, Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, Nigeria ABSTRACT : This paper presents the results of the investigation carried out on the use of Saw Dust Ash (SDA) as partial replacement for Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) in concrete.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Publications | Neithalath Lab

An overview of the benefits of using glass powder as a partial cement replacement material in concrete", Indian Concrete Journal, February 2011, pp 8-16. Go to page Neithalath, N., Persun, J., and Manchiryal, R.K., (2011).

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Green Concrete: Objective, Advantages & Disadvantages

Introduction to green concrete: Concrete made of materials with partial or complete replacement for cement, fine aggregates or coarse aggregates is called green concrete. Objectives of green concrete: To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, i.e., carbon dioxide emissions from the cement industry.

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Use Waste Industrial Alabaster in Green Concrete | jan

WMP) were used as a partial replacement of cement in three different percentages (11%, 13%, and 15% of cement weight. Preparing of samples, curing in water for (7, 14, and 28) days was done. The results demonstrate increasing in compressive strength at 15% from marble powder.

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Biofuels byproduct shown to be effective cement supplement

Cement researcher Feraidon Ataie. Credit: KSU. Researchers at Kansas State University have demonstrated that certain bioethanol and other biofuel byproducts can be converted into a cementitious material that can work well as a replacement for part of the Portland cement used in concrete. The idea is that the waste material could potentially reduce some of

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Recycling of construction and demolition waste as natural

The feasibility of using recycled aggregate as replacement of natural aggregate has been shown by evaluation of different physical and chemical properties: Characterization of recycled aggregates. However, the greater affinity of recycled aggregate for water affects the amount of fluid available for mixing and hinders the hydration of cement.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE BY PARTIAL

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF RICE HUSK ASH FOR CEMENT, COPPER SLAG WITH FINE AGGREGATE AND CERAMIC TILE WASTE WITH COARSE AGGREGATE Gomathi.S1, Thenmozhi.S2 Ph.D, Chinnasamy.M3 M.E., M.B.A 1M.E-Construction Engineering and Management Student, Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chennai.

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Investigating the Compressive Strength of High Strength

It also show that concrete with partial cement replacement by waste bricks powder has minor strength loss as tested after 3, 7, 14, 21 and 28 curing days . The study also ascertained the use of lower water cement ratio as the best to produce desire high strength concrete but super plasticizer is added to increase the strength and workability of

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PDF) Eco-Efficient Concretes: Use Of Ceramic Powder As A

Raval et al. (2013c) conducted an experiment on the ecoefficient concretes by using the powder of ceramic waste as a partial replacement of cement. The ceramic industry generate waste around 15 %

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Granite Sludge Reuse in Mortar and Concrete

Experimental set up and procedure: Two experimental sets were conducted; the first set involved investigating the effect of partial replacement of cement by GP in mass ratios of 10, 20 and 30% on the properties of cement paste, mortar, and concrete. The investigated cement paste properties included normal consistency, setting time and soundness.

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Review Paper on Partial Replacement of Concrete Ingredients

percentage of the partial replacement by replacing (PPC) cement via 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% of stone waste. The aim of their investigation was to check the behavior of concrete while replacing of waste with different proportions of stone waste in concrete by using tests like compression strength.

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PDF Characterization of Mixed Mortars with Partial Replacement

the effects of the partial replacement of sand with sugarcane bagasse ash in mortars utilizing a 1:2:9 mix pro-portion by volume for cement:lime:fine aggregate. Firstly the ash was characterized to obtain its physical and chemical properties and then the bottom ash was used as a partial sand replacement at 5 different percentage values. 2.

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A review on effects of ceramic tile waste as partial

Paver blocks are used in many areas like street road and other construction places. Due to rapid infrastructure development the use of cement is increasing. Cement emits large amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and this leads to global warming. Today researches on waste management lead to an eco-friendly product called geopolymer mortar and concrete.

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Structural behavior of load bearing brick walls of soil

A finite element analysis (FEA) was performed and the uniformity of the compressive stress distributions in the walls was evaluated. Finally, it was observed that the partial replacement of the cement by crushed ceramic waste is possible. Key words: load bearing wall, ceramic waste, soil-cement

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Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in Concrete

12.5% metakaolin was made in partial replacement of cement and they had founded that quarry dust and metakaolin can be used as a partial replacement of cement. P.S.Kothai and Dr.R.Malathy[4] They have investigated about the partial replacement of cement in concrete by use of waste materials Steel Slag.

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Replacement of Fine Aggregate by using Recyclable

Cement concrete paving blocks are precast hard products complete out of cement concrete. The product is made in various sizes and shapes like square, round and rectangular blocks of different dimensions with designs for interlocking of adjacent tiles blocks. Several Research Works have been carried out in the past to study the possibility of utilizing waste materials and industrial byproducts

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Comparative study on strength properties of cement mortar

Usage of high amount of cement increases the consumption of natural resources and electric power. To overcome this problem we need to replace cement w Comparative study on strength properties of cement mortar by partial replacement of cement with ceramic powder and silica fume: AIP Conference Proceedings: Vol 1966, No 1

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Experimental Study on the Behaviour of Ceramic Waste as

Experimental Study on the Behaviour of Ceramic Waste as Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: A Green Concrete Approach Arivalagan S Dean of Civil Engineering, Dr M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute Chennai-600095, India Abstract : In most percentage of industrial wastes come in the form of ceramic wastes

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Effect of Crushed Waste Ceramic Tiles (CWCT) as Partial

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. The water /cement ratio used was 0.6. The compressive strength of the concrete cast with the above partial replacement of fine aggregate were determined after, 7 and 28 days age of curing.

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Potential use of Fly Ash as Partial Replacement of Cement

cement by FA in the concrete mixes [14,15,16]. The fly ash sample was added to sand/cement mortars and then in concrete with the Fly Ash as partial replacement to cement. Prism and cube samples were tested to determine the compressive strength after 2 days, 7 days and 28 days respectively. The effect of using FA as a replacement to cement in

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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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Experimental Study on Concrete by Partial Replacement of

aggregate concrete containing various content of ceramic tile as partial coarse aggregates replacement material. ix) To find the optimum proportion (10%, 20% & 30%) of Ceramic tile waste that can be used as a replacement

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PDF Mechanical Properties and Durability of Concrete With

ceramic powder. The ceramic powders with a particle size <75 µm were chosen for the partial substitution of cement. The coarse aggregate and the coarse sand used in the concrete mixes with cement replacement by ceramic powder were crushed granite aggregates. For the production of

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A Study on Effect of Partial Replacement of Cement by

The study was aiming to investigate the effect of partial replacement of cement by cattle bone ash (CBA) in a concrete property. Complete silicate analysis of CBA shows that the material has high calcium oxide content (43.26%) which is the major oxide compound of cement. A C-25 concrete

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Pdf) " Partial Replacement of Aggregate With Ceramic Tile

partial replacement of aggregate with ceramic tile in concrete " pace institute of technology and sciences

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Partial Replacement of Aggregates with Ceramic Tiles and

included in concrete as replacement to fine aggregate since it is also a waste and similar to that of sand. The aggregate which passes through the 4.75mm sieve is used as a partial replacement to fine aggregate of 10% in combination with the coarse aggregate replacement. Table4: Properties of Ceramic tile aggregate S.No Description Test Results

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PBL (4thsem) | PDF | Construction Aggregate | Concrete

1. Water glass- Waste Glass as partial replacement of fine aggregates in concrete. Fine aggregates. were replaced by waste glass powder as 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% by weight for M-25 mix. 2.Demolition wastes:- The huge quantities of construction and demolition wastes are generated. every year in developing countries like India.

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PDF Production and characterization of concrete paving blocks

results, the replacement of crushed sand stone with concrete waste and marble waste resulted in lower physical and mechanical properties. Wattanasiriwech et al investigated the use of wastemud from ceramic tile production in paving blocks [11]. The effects of water and cement content,

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Investigation on the Mechanical Properties and

The properties of mortars containing waste glass powder (WGP) as a cement substitute for sustainable construction at various high temperatures were investigated. For this purpose, specimens from four mixtures with WGP at various percentage levels of 0, 5, 10 and 15% were prepared and exposed to the specified temperatures. After that, the compressive and flexural strength were determined at

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Potential Reuse of Electric-Arc Furnace Dust (EAFD) in

the potential use of EAFD, generated during the melting and production of steel ballets and reinforcing bars, as a raw material in concrete mixes. A comprehensive experimental program was carried out to investigate the effect of cement partial replacement and filler partial replacement by EAFD on the properties of fresh and

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