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Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust

Abstract. This research focuses on a study of the strength of concrete with ceramic waste as coarse aggregate and quarry dust as fine aggregate.

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ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregates concrete more less cohesive. and workable than con v entional concrete becaus e

Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and

Experiment were carried out to determine the strength of concrete with ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregate to compare them with

Concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust aggregates

Fresh ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregates concrete more less cohesive and workable than conventional concrete because high water absorption of ceramic waste and quarry dust aggregates. However, the slump test result is still in designed range that is between 30 60 mm. The compressive strength for ceramic coarse

Concrete with ceramic and granite waste as coarse

2021-1-1  Materials utilized in this work incorporates concrete, fine aggregate, coarse total earthenware and rock waste. Ceramic and rock squander utilized are appeared in Fig. 1, Fig. 2.Cement utilized was conventional Portland bond from ultra tech with particular gravity 3.12 fine total which goes under zone II according to IS 383-1970.

Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as

2020-8-27  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

Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For

2017-2-8  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.

The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

2017-12-18  cement, while fine and coarse ceramic aggregates were used as 100% substitution of fine and coarse natural aggregates. They foundthat compressive strengthincreases by incorporating ce-ramic waste in concrete.In another study, Al Bakri et al.

Ceramic Waste 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

Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as

2020-8-27  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

Replacement of stone Dust and Ceramic scrap as

2020-10-31  ceramic waste aggregate increases. Compressive strength of concrete made using 05 % ceramic waste aggregate and 05 % stone dust as replacement of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate respectively, is about 20% more than that of referral concrete at 28 days.

Use of Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate in Bituminous

34 Md. Murad Hasan et al.: Use of Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate in Bituminous Mix in Flexible Pavement Design fillers [2]. Using Ceramic waste aggregate 5, 10, 15, 20% replacement of natural aggregate in bituminous macadam pavement. Marshal stability, flow value and were determined by the replacement of ceramic aggregates and compare with

The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

2017-12-18  cement, while fine and coarse ceramic aggregates were used as 100% substitution of fine and coarse natural aggregates. They foundthat compressive strengthincreases by incorporating ce-ramic waste in concrete.In another study, Al Bakri et al.

Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For

2017-2-8  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.

Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

2018-12-1  Thus, the current study focuses on the mechanical characterization of waste ceramic wall and floor tiles aggregate concrete. Ceramic wastes sourced from construction and demolition wastes were separated from other debris and crushed using a quarry metal hammer. Ceramic tiles were sieved into fine and coarse aggregates in line with standards.

Suitability of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate in Concrete

2021-8-7  The coarse aggregate with angular in shape and the rough surface texture is used. Specific Gravity of coarse aggregate = 2.63 (iv) Quarry Dust Quarry dust is fine rock particles. When boulders are broken into small pieces, quarry dust is formed. It is grey in color and it is like fine aggregate. Specific Gravity of quarry dust = 2.5 (v) Water

Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in

2018-6-19  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

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REPLACEMENT OF FINE

2015-4-21  aggregates obtained as waste materials are quarry dust as fine aggregates was found to have the same trend with normal concrete. The density of hardened concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust was found to range from 2293-2447 kg/m 3. The fine aggregate and coarse aggregate

Ceramic Waste 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

Use of Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate in Bituminous

34 Md. Murad Hasan et al.: Use of Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate in Bituminous Mix in Flexible Pavement Design fillers [2]. Using Ceramic waste aggregate 5, 10, 15, 20% replacement of natural aggregate in bituminous macadam pavement. Marshal stability, flow value and were determined by the replacement of ceramic aggregates and compare with

Use of Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate in Bituminous

2020-6-3  In bituminous road construction aggregate is the principal material. Aggregates constitute about 90% or even more of the total construction materials. While selecting aggregate for road construction, search has to be intensified for easily accessible, low-cost natural aggregates and investigate the suitability of indigenous aggregates. Every effort must be taken

Suitability of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate in Concrete

2021-8-7  The coarse aggregate with angular in shape and the rough surface texture is used. Specific Gravity of coarse aggregate = 2.63 (iv) Quarry Dust Quarry dust is fine rock particles. When boulders are broken into small pieces, quarry dust is formed. It is grey in color and it is like fine aggregate. Specific Gravity of quarry dust = 2.5 (v) Water

Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic

2019-12-23  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

use of rock dust and quarry waste in concrete

Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust Aggregates Dr . concrete with ceramic waste as coarse aggregate and quarry dust as fine aggregate. The source of ceramic waste and quarry dust Quarry dust as fine aggregate . Know More

A Study on Effect of Basalt Sand and Ceramic Waste on

materials in concrete are Ceramic waste powder, fly ash, blast furnace slag, quarry dust, ceramic tiles, waste aggregates from demolition of structures, rice husk ash, marble dust, palm oil fuel ash, copper dust and waste paper mill pulp etc. In this project Ceramic waste have been used as partial replacement for cement.

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REPLACEMENT OF FINE

2015-4-21  110 Int. J. Struct. & Civil Engg. Res. 2014 Kumar S et al., 2014 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE BY QUARRY DUST IN CONCRETE Vijay P Gowda1, Dinesh1, Kiran muchandi1, Avinash1 and Kumar S1* The reduction in the sources of natural sand and the requirement for reduction in the cost of

Vol. 4, Issue 1, January 2015 Experimental Study on

2020-11-30  Quarry Rock Dust: The basic tests on quarry dust were conducted as per IS-383-1987 and its specific gravity was around 1.95 [5]. Wet sieving of quarry dust through a 90 micron sieve was found to be 78% and the corresponding bulking value of quarry dust was 34.13%. Quarry dust is made while blasting, crushing, and screening coarse aggregate [6-7].

AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL

2018-3-24  Fresh ceramic waste coarse aggregate an d quarry dust fine aggregates concrete more less cohesive and workable than conventional concrete because high water absorption of ceramic waste (Abdullah et al., 2006) [10]. Besides that, the compressive strength for ceramic coarse aggregate concrete varie d from 15 30 N/mm2 [11]. Research completed by