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Characterizing Recycled Concrete Fines for Re-use in ...

Characterizing Recycled Concrete Fines for Re-use in Concrete Mixtures Abstract Portland cement concrete is a very versatile material that uses mostly local ingredients to produce energy-efficient pavements and structures. Unfortunately, a considerable amount of waste material in the form of water with high pH as well as dissolved/suspended solids is associated with concrete production, the ...

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(PDF) Reuse of recycled crushed concrete fines as mineral ...

For this purpose, Recycled Crushed Concrete Fines (RCCF) were prepared from a 5 years old concrete and characterized by a physico-chemical approach.

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Guidance for Characterization of Concrete and Clean ...

12/01/2010  Sample and analyze in all concrete and concrete fine materials. If the recycled concrete is going to be used as road base, the requirement to analyze for PAHs may be eliminated by the site case manager. Based on site-specific factors, or as directed by the SRP Manager: b.

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[PDF] Field Validation of Recycled Concrete Fines Usage ...

The amount of recycled concrete fines permitted in concrete mixing water is limited by ASTM C 1602 to 5.0 percent of the mixing water, by mass, in order to avoid detrimental effects on concrete properties. Depending upon the exact nature of the recycles concrete fines, researchers have reported no detrimental effects at significantly higher fines contents in some cases, and unacceptably ...

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Characterizing Recycled Concrete Fines for Reuse in . The recycled fines appear to have an accelerating effect on the earlystrengths of these mortar mixtures with 50% GGBFS in the cementitious material The 28day strengths, as a percentage of the nofines control, are presented in Figure 2. Get Price

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Use of recycled fine aggregate in concretes with durable ...

01/11/2011  Several countries have recommendations for the use of recycled coarse aggregate in structural concrete, whereas the use of the fine fraction is limited because it may produce significant changes in some properties of concrete. However, during the last decade the use of recycled fine aggregates (RFA) has achieved a great international interest, mainly because of economic

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[PDF] Field Validation of Recycled Concrete Fines Usage ...

The amount of recycled concrete fines permitted in concrete mixing water is limited by ASTM C 1602 to 5.0 percent of the mixing water, by mass, in order to avoid detrimental effects on concrete properties. Depending upon the exact nature of the recycles concrete fines, researchers have reported no detrimental effects at significantly higher fines contents in some cases, and unacceptably ...

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Recycling of End of Life Concrete Fines into Hardened ...

24/05/2016  On the other hand, the significant importance of preserving natural resources, reduction of CO 2 emissions and considering crushed concrete fines as a valuable resource and not as a waste, are the main driving forces to develop a proper technology for recycling of crushed concrete fines into valuable products like hardened cement and clean sand. Solving the problems with crushed concrete fines ...

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Use of recycled fine aggregate in concretes with durable ...

01/11/2011  Several countries have recommendations for the use of recycled coarse aggregate in structural concrete, whereas the use of the fine fraction is limited because it may produce significant changes in some properties of concrete. However, during the last decade the use of recycled fine aggregates (RFA) has achieved a great international interest, mainly because of economic

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Guidelines for Use of Waste Concrete Fines

Guidelines for Use of Waste Concrete Fines Final Report for Highway IDEA Project 166 Prepared by: Nicole Dufalla Julie M. Vandenbossche, Ph.D., P.E. Donald J. Janssen, Ph.D. University of Pittsburg July, 2014. Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA) Programs Managed by the Transportation Research Board This IDEA project was funded by the NCHRP IDEA Program. The TRB currently

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(PDF) Recycling concrete as fine aggregate in concrete ...

When crushed concrete fines were used alone the values for 90-day drying shrinkage were 205 and 295 instead of natural sand the constants a and b changed to microstrain when natural sand and crushed concrete 0.015 and 1.853, respectively. It appears that for the fines were used as fine aggregate, respectively. This same strength the pulse velocity of concrete with corresponds to an

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Recycling Fine Aggregate from Demolished Hollow Concrete ...

Recycling Fine Aggregate from Demolished Hollow Concrete Block for Green Concrete in Ethiopia Lucy Feleke Nigussie1*, Muge Mukaddes Darwish 2 and Tewodros Ghebrab 1Department of civil and Environmental Engineering, Jimma University Institute of Technology, Jimma, Ethiopia 2Department of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering, Texas Tech University, Texas Introduction As a

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Use of RECYCLED AGGREGATES In CONCRETE- A Paradigm Shift

Recycling and reuse of building wastes have been found to be an appropriate solution to the problems of dumping hundred of thousands tons of debris accompanied with shortage of natural aggregates. The use of recycled aggregates in concrete prove to be a valuable building materials in technical, environment and economical respect Recycled aggregate posses relatively lower bulk density,

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Ways to Recycle and Reuse Concrete

07/01/2019  When considering concrete recycling as an option, you will also need to evaluate the options available for crush the concrete. The most practical solution can be a portable crusher that can be moved to different locations or projects. Often, it works best to set it up a portable crusher at a centralized location, near where the concrete is being demolished but where it will not hinder site ...

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Concrete Grinding Residue: Management Practices and Reuse ...

Concrete grinding residue (CGR) is a slurry byproduct produced from diamond grinding operations used to smooth concrete pavement surface. As a waste material, CGR consists of cooling water for blad...

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The Environmental Impact of Recycled Concrete

Keywords: sustainability, concrete, recycling, waste 181. 1. Introduction Concrete is a compound material many used in buildings, mainly in multi-storey buildings. Cement is a material that needs 1 to 1.5 metric ton of lime; uses a lot of energy for its production, around 4000 MJ/metric ton and releases 0.8 to 2 metric ton of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere to produce the clinker (Kumar et al ...

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Recycling of End of Life Concrete Fines into Hardened ...

24/05/2016  On the other hand, the significant importance of preserving natural resources, reduction of CO 2 emissions and considering crushed concrete fines as a valuable resource and not as a waste, are the main driving forces to develop a proper technology for recycling of crushed concrete fines into valuable products like hardened cement and clean sand. Solving the problems with crushed concrete fines ...

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Reuse of recycled crushed concrete fines as mineral ...

Environmental issues have led European stakeholders to join around an ambitious project, the reuse 70 % of inert wastes from construction and demolition by 2020. Among available solutions, the reuse of fine recycled aggregates as substitute of natural sand is somewhat problematic due to their high water absorption. The aim of the present research is to study a new way of recovery for fine ...

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Field Validation of Recycled Concrete Fines Usage

The amount of recycled concrete fines permitted in concrete mixing water is limited by ASTM C 1602 to 5.0 percent of the mixing water, by mass, in order to avoid detrimental effects on concrete properties. Depending upon the exact nature of the recycles concrete fines, researchers have reported no detrimental effects at significantly higher fines contents in some cases, and unacceptably ...

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Use of recycled fine aggregate in concretes with durable ...

01/11/2011  Several countries have recommendations for the use of recycled coarse aggregate in structural concrete, whereas the use of the fine fraction is limited because it may produce significant changes in some properties of concrete. However, during the last decade the use of recycled fine aggregates (RFA) has achieved a great international interest, mainly because of economic

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(PDF) Recycling concrete as fine aggregate in concrete ...

When crushed concrete fines were used alone the values for 90-day drying shrinkage were 205 and 295 instead of natural sand the constants a and b changed to microstrain when natural sand and crushed concrete 0.015 and 1.853, respectively. It appears that for the fines were used as fine aggregate, respectively. This same strength the pulse velocity of concrete with corresponds to an

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Guidelines for Use of Waste Concrete Fines

Guidelines for Use of Waste Concrete Fines Final Report for Highway IDEA Project 166 Prepared by: Nicole Dufalla Julie M. Vandenbossche, Ph.D., P.E. Donald J. Janssen, Ph.D. University of Pittsburg July, 2014. Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis (IDEA) Programs Managed by the Transportation Research Board This IDEA project was funded by the NCHRP IDEA Program. The TRB currently

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Characterization and recycling of the fine fraction of ...

27/02/2020  The main purpose of this research was to investigate the possibility of using the residue ARS fine fraction as partial substitutes of the fine aggregate in concrete paving blocks. Industrial waste cannot be disposed in regular landfills, because they present elements harmful to the environment. In this experimental investigation, the fine fraction of ASR waste has been classified as Class IIA ...

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Utilization of Upgraded Recycled Concrete Aggregates and ...

Waste concrete is the most predominant constituent material among construction and demolition waste. Current waste concrete recycling is limited to the use of recycled concrete aggregates as a road-base material and less as aggregates in new concrete mixes. Further, the production of recycled concrete aggregates results in the generation of a high amount of fines, consisting mainly of cement ...

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Ways to Recycle and Reuse Concrete

07/01/2019  When considering concrete recycling as an option, you will also need to evaluate the options available for crush the concrete. The most practical solution can be a portable crusher that can be moved to different locations or projects. Often, it works best to set it up a portable crusher at a centralized location, near where the concrete is being demolished but where it will not hinder site ...

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