a comparative study of concretes containing crushed

STUDY ON STRENGTH AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE BY …

2.6. Crushed Spent Fire Bricks (CSFB) As the major portion (i.e. 70…75% by volume) of the concrete is due to aggregates (both fine and coarse), the long and short term performance of many concretes depend on their physico-chemical parameters. In view of replacing the fine aggregates by CSFB, the various physico-chemical properties and

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SPLITTING TENSILE STRENGTH IN ...

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SPLITTING TENSILE STRENGTH IN CONCRETES USING GRANITIC CRUSHED STONE AND ROLLED PEBBLES AS COARSE AGGREGATES Leane Priscilla Bonfim Sales a, Ana Maria Gonçalves Duarte Mendonçab*, Yane Coutinho Lirac, Milton Bezerra das Chagas Filhod. aUFCG, Paraíba, Brazil; [email protected] ; [email protected] bUFCG, Paraiba, …

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ...

Similarly, maximum compressive strength of 35.20 N/mm² was gotten from crushed concrete with mix ratio of 1:1½:3; it shows 155.07% more than the mix periwinkle shell aggregate and 214% more than the mix palm kernel shell aggregate. At the age of 28 days, there was 60.79% and 67.61% decrease in compressive strength for concrete mixes ...

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International Journal of Science and Engineering Research ...

comparative study is conducted to calculate and compare the compressive, split and flexural strength that is imparted to any concrete when Silica Fume, fly ash and Metakaolin are used separately as a partial replacement of cement. For this purpose 0%, 5%, …

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(PDF) COMPARATIVE STUDY OF USING STEEL SLAG AGGREGATE …

Using aggregate in the field of construction increase rapidly and looking for alternative source of aggregate assumed to be more important. The objective of this research at first is to study the effect of using steel slag aggregates in the

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Comparative Study of Recycled Concrete Aggregate and ...

Comparative Study of Recycled Concrete Aggregate and Natural Crushed Aggregate Vinod Sunhere1 Rajesh Joshi2 1M.E. Scholar 2Assistant Professor 1,2Department of Civil Engineering 1,2Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Mahavidyalaya, Bhopal Abstract—In this modern world everyone is competing and matching their standard with current modernization. To get

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A Comparative Study of Flexure Strength of Conventional ...

4. A comparative study based on the test parameters HVFA concrete. 5. To study flexural Strength Properties of beams using Loading Frame. Materials Water As per IS 456-2000, the preparation of concrete the water cement ratio is very important. Water is most essential ingredient in concrete. Strength and other properties of

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEAT AS WELL AS AMBIENT …

cured concretes. With addition of 20% WFS, strength of concretes increased by about 7% and 9% in case of ambient and heat cured concretes respectively. On replacement of natural sand by 40% and 60% of WFS also, it was possible to achieve more than 77% of the 28 day strength of reference mix i.e. mix with 0% WFS. Percentage increase/decrease in ...

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Mechanical Properties of Polymer Concrete

 · Polymer concrete was introduced in the late 1950s and became well known in the 1970s for its use in repair, thin overlays and floors, and precast components. Because of its properties like high compressive strength, fast curing, high specific strength, and resistance to chemical attacks polymer concrete has found application in very specialized domains.

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USE OF M-SAND IN CONCRETE AND MORTAR AS AN …

M SAND (4.75 mm sieved stone powder) produced from stone crushing zones appears as a problem for effective disposal. Sand is a common fine aggregate used in construction work as a fine aggregate. In this study the main concerns to find an alternative of sand. Substitution of normal sand by M sand will serve both solid waste minimization and waste recovery.

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A Comparitive Study of Fibres in Concrete – IJERT

 · P.Baruah&S.TalukdarA Comparative study of compressive,tensile, flexural and shear strength of concrete with different origin The indian concrete journal.July 2007 (17-23) Colin D. Johnston, Fiber reinforced cements and concretes Advances in concrete technology volume 3 Gordon and Breach Science publishes 2001.

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Comparative Study on Microstructure and Durability of ...

Comparative Study on Microstructure and Durability of Concretes Containing Nano Silica and Silica Fume Ali Akbar Ramezanianpour; Seyed Masoud Moravej Jahromi; Mahdi Mahdikhani and Faramarz Moodi ABSTRACT Recently, Nanotechnology has caused a vast breakthrough worldwide and scientists in different fields have used it.

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A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed ...

A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed Limestone Sand and Natural Sand() Yeol Choi, Jae-Hyuk Choi. Department of Architecture, Chosun University, Gwangju, Korea. School of Architecture & Civil Eng., Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea. DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2013.31003 PDF HTML XML 6,955 Downloads 10,918 Views Citations. Abstract.

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EFFECTS OF AGGREGATE TYPE, SIZE, AND CONTENT ON …

concretes containing limestone, nearly all of the coarse aggregate particles were fractured. Darwin, Tholen, Idun, and Zuo (1995, 1996) observed that concretes containing basalt coarse aggregate exhibited higher bond strengths with reinforcing steel than concretes containing limestone.

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A Comparative study of the influence of rubber particle ...

The cement used in this study is a CEM II/B 32.5 R CE NF multipurpose cement as classified by standard EN 197-1, with a density of 3100 Kg/m3. A natural rolled siliceous sand in size of 0/4mm with a specific gravity of 2623 Kg/m3 and a bulk density of 1551 Kg/m3. Crushed gravel of 3/6mm and 6/15mm in size were also used in all

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A Comparative Study of Concrete Incorporating Recycled ...

 · A Comparative Study of Concrete Incorporating Recycled Concrete Aggregates and Microsilica (Silica Fume) to Develop a Sustainable Construction Material - written by Abrar Ahmad Bhat, Er. Parvinderjeet Kaur, Er. Kiran Talwar published on 2018/07/30 download full article with reference data and citations

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Comparing Properties of Concrete Containing Electric Arc ...

 · A comparative assessment of the mechanical properties of concrete containing electric arc furnace (EAF) oxidizing slag and granulated blast furnace (GBF) slag was performed. The goal was to investigate the effects of the substitution of EAF oxidizing slag and GBF slag for cement, in order to examine the possibility of using EAF oxidizing slag ...

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Substitution of the aggregate by solid waste of blast ...

For this, we conducted a comparative study of concretes containing slag aggregate and concrete ordinary. In this work, recovery slag in concrete preparation was made at two levels: by substituting 50% crushed limestone gravel by crystallized slag; and the substitution of crushed limestone gravel by

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Compressive strength of concrete using natural aggregates ...

Compressive strength of concrete using natural aggregates gravel and crushed rock aggregates-a comparative case study

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Related content Properties of concrete ...

 · This study focuses on the mechanical properties of CSP as a filler in concrete due to the gap identified in the literature. 2. Coconut shell properties A coconut shell refers to the non-food part of a coconut which is considered as a type of hard, lignocellulosic agro-waste. Comparative studies on concrete properties using coconut shells and oil

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A Comparative Study of Granular Agglomeration between 3D ...

SEM showed that the granule sizes of Sunmax were in the range of 0.8-1.5 mm whereas that of 3DP HA was relatively more uniform at about 1 mm. 3DP HA granules comprised the weaving of numerous minute crystals containing large pores and having high porosity while Sunmax granules were crushed granules and having low porosity.

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A Comparative Study of Normal Concrete with Concretes ...

 · Adepegba (1975), ''A Comparative Study of Normal Concrete with Concrete which contains Laterite Fine Instead of Sand''. Building Science, 10, 135 - 141 6. L.A. Balogun and D. Adepegba (1982) ''Effect of Varying Sand Content in Laterized Cone'', Int. …

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A Review on Comparative study on Self Compacting Concrete

Prajapati Krishnapal (2013) [5] had studied about the self compacting concrete containing different percentages of fly-ash such as 10%, 20% and 30% as replacement of cement by its weight where the quantities of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate are kept constant. The fresh properties of the concretes such as slump

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Compressive Strength and Abrasion Resistance of Concretes ...

The purpose of this study is to comparatively evaluate the wear resistance of concretes under abrasion rates. Five concrete mix proportions of a fixed water-cement ratio of 0.45 were considered in the study, but the constituent materials, age of concrete and exposure contact conditions were varied. The coarse aggregate type employed in the study was crushed granite.

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Characteristic Of Crushed Sand In Concrete Mix

A Comparative Study Of Concretes Containing. The characteristic length of crushed limestone sand concrete was almost the same as that of river sand concrete or crushed granite sand concrete.Celik 6 et al vestigated the effect of crusher dust which is a fine material formed during the process of comminution of rock into crushed sand. Get Price

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A Comparative Study Of Normal Concrete And Recycled ...

2.2 Aggregates Fine and coarse aggregates make up the bulk of a concrete mixture. Sand, natural gravel and crushed stone are used mainly for this purpose.

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Robust Mix Proportioning of Self-Compacting Concrete Mixes ...

Fine Aggregate: Locally available Crushed Rock Fines (CRF) is used as a fine aggregate for the present study. It confirmed to IS 383: 1970. CRF was chosen over river sand to ensure that the organic impurities are minimized. The specific gravity used in the present study is 2.61. Fineness modulus of 2.00 is obtained and it belongs to Zone II.

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A Research on study Behaviour of Concrete by Partial ...

concretes and the use of silica fume (SF) or metakaolin (MK) for the combinations of the ternary concretes. 1.2 Definition of Ternary Concrete Typical concrete is composed of Portland cement, fine aggregate such as sand, coarse aggregate (crushed stone and gravel), and water. The water

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A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed ...

A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed Limostone Sand and Natural Sand - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed Limostone Sand and Natural Sand

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Experimental Investigation on the Strength and Durability ...

Experimental Investigation on the Strength and Durability Characteristics of Concrete Containing. Dr. S.M.Gupta, Department of Civil Engineering National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra. The use of silica fume as a mineral admixture for the production of high strength concrete and high durable concrete is gaining importance in recent years.

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Comparative study of Self Compacting Concrete mixes ...

Comparative study of Self Compacting Concrete mixes containing Fly Ash and Rice Husk Ash B.H.V. Pai1, M. Nandy2, A. Krishnamoorthy3, ... there by resisting segregation. River sand was used as fine aggregate, and crushed stone with a maximum size of 12mm was used as coarse aggregate [6]. Table 2 shows the test results on aggregates.

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A Comparative Study on Compressive Strength of Concrete ...

 · In this study, the behavior of the recycled plastic, glass and rubber tire as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete have been investigated. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, one of the waste plastic types, broken glass of bottles and rubber tires are used for these purposes. The reason to choose these to transfer the recycles materials into valuable product and to …

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