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Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its ...

13/10/2009  All mixes were designed for characteristic strength (f ck) of M20. The compressive strength of concretes was tested in laboratory after 3, 7, and 28 days. The specimens used for testing include cubes, cylinders, and flexural beams. The influence of admixtures on the strength of waste concrete was examined.

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Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its ...

13/10/2009  Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its Applicability Ishtiyaq Gull. Full text; Download; Tools ... The specimens used for testing include cubes, cylinders, and flexural beams. The influence of admixtures on the strength of waste concrete was examined. The compressive strengths of FCM, WCM, and SWCM are compared and the results show that there is not much

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Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its ...

01/01/2010  Request PDF Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its Applicability This paper gives results of studies undertaken to assess suitability of construction demolition as coarse ...

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Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its ...

01/01/2011  Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its Applicability. This paper gives results of studies undertaken to assess suitability of construction demolition as coarse aggregate in new concrete production. Three sets of concrete materials considered are fresh concrete (FCM), waste concrete (WCM), and waste concrete strengthened with admixtures (SWCM). Various mixes were

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Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its ...

The specimens used for testing include cubes, cylinders, and flexural beams. The influence of admixtures on the strength of waste concrete was examined. The compressive strengths of FCM, WCM, and SWCM are compared and the results show that there is not much difference in the strengths of FCM and SWCM after 28 days. For this reason, this study recommends the recycling of waste concrete

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I. Gull, “Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete ...

I. Gull, “Testing of Strength of Recycled Waste Concrete and Its Applicability,” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management-ACSE, Vol. 137, No. 1, 2011 ...

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Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled ...

25/04/2014  Compressive strength is the most common test conducted on hardened concrete, partly because it is an easy test to perform, and partly because most of the desirable characteristic properties of concrete are qualitatively related to its compressive strength. To evaluate the compressive strength cubes of size 150 mm x 150 mm x 150 mm were casted using C.I. mould. A test was conducted on

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Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled ...

Recycled Concrete Aggregate: The CD waste was collected from Varachha Road near old Gitanjali Cinema at Surat. The demolished structure named “Shree Ram hospital” was mainly used for public and residential purpose. It was old about 25-30 years. 4. Figure 1: Concrete debris collected from site Generated RCA from debris. Water: Water is an important ingredient of concrete as its actually ...

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(PDF) Compressive strength of recycled aggregate concrete ...

Compressive strength is the basic mechanical properties and one of the indicators to determine the performance of a concrete. In this paper, the effects of various percentages (0%, 25%, 50%, 75% ...

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Vol.36, No.2, January 2014, pp.12-19 Investigating the ...

Aggregate Concrete as Compared to that of its Waste Material ... Compressive strength testing was conducted according to ASTM C39 and correlations on the data obtained from testing were determined using the one-way ANOVA statistical method. The results show that it is indeed a viable option to use recycled Guanapo aggregates as a suitable substitute to natural aggregate and that waste material ...

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Strengths and Failure Characteristics of Self-Compacting ...

The effects of different proportions of green-colored waste glass (WG) cullet on the mechanical and fracture properties of self-compacting concrete (SCC) were experimentally investigated. Waste bottles were collected, washed, crushed, and sieved to prepare the cullet used in this study. Cullet was incorporated at different percentages (0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100% by weight) instead of ...

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Recycled waste PET for sustainable fiber-reinforced concrete

01/01/2019  In Pereora de Oliveira et al., 2011, Foti, 2011, Foti, 2013b, and Fraternali et al. (2013) PET fibers to add to concrete have been obtained directly by cutting waste bottles; an increase of toughness of concrete was noticed, while the compressive strength did not change significantly. The workability of the concrete mix is still good if the fiber content is less than 1.5% in volume. The use of ...

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Study of Partial Replacement of Natural Aggregate by ...

against natural aggregate concrete is performed according to requirements as such for its workability, compressive strength test and also tensile strength test. The results show that up to 30% replacements of natural aggregate with recycled aggregate have the same strength as conventional concrete. Beyond 30% replacements of natural aggregate is not suggested as Specific Gravity, water ...

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An Experimental Study on Concrete by using E- Waste as ...

transportation of the waste to be recycled reduces its environmental benefit [8].The Government of India has drafted Ewaste (Management Handling) Rules 2011and these rules have come into effect from 1st May 2012.This makesSustainable management of e- waste mandatory for all polluters. Acute shortage of construction materials on one hand and increasing volume of e-waste on the other has led ...

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Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled ...

Recycled Concrete Aggregate: The CD waste was collected from Varachha Road near old Gitanjali Cinema at Surat. The demolished structure named “Shree Ram hospital” was mainly used for public and residential purpose. It was old about 25-30 years. 4. Figure 1: Concrete debris collected from site Generated RCA from debris. Water: Water is an important ingredient of concrete as its actually ...

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Performance of recycled waste glass sand as partial ...

10/04/2020  The aim of this research is to utilize recycled waste glass effectively as a partial replacement for the sand in concrete. A series of tests were conducted to determine the properties of the constituents, fresh concrete, and hardened concrete including its durability characteristics to investigate the suitability of using recycled waste glass sand (RGS) in concrete.

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Vol.36, No.2, January 2014, pp.12-19 Investigating the ...

Aggregate Concrete as Compared to that of its Waste Material ... Compressive strength testing was conducted according to ASTM C39 and correlations on the data obtained from testing were determined using the one-way ANOVA statistical method. The results show that it is indeed a viable option to use recycled Guanapo aggregates as a suitable substitute to natural aggregate and that waste material ...

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Study of recycled concrete aggregate quality and its ...

recycled from concrete waste, which are the most suitable aggregates for creating structural recycled concrete. Apart from the natural aggregate, the other main component of this recycled aggregate is the adhered cement mortar. This material is the cause of the main differences between natural aggre - gates and recycled concrete aggregates (6). Undoubtedly, there is significant variation in ...

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Recycling of Concrete (Recycling Coarse Aggregate)

mentioned title “Recycling of Concrete” This paper [5]consist the introduction of recycled concrete aggregate with its uses and properties. Various test results on Recycled concrete aggregate also described. It also consist the difference between RCA and natural aggregate. The future recommendations are also discussed in addition.

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Recycled waste PET for sustainable fiber-reinforced concrete

01/01/2019  In Pereora de Oliveira et al., 2011, Foti, 2011, Foti, 2013b, and Fraternali et al. (2013) PET fibers to add to concrete have been obtained directly by cutting waste bottles; an increase of toughness of concrete was noticed, while the compressive strength did not change significantly. The workability of the concrete mix is still good if the fiber content is less than 1.5% in volume. The use of ...

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Eco-friendly concrete containing recycled plastic as ...

01/05/2020  In this study, a concrete mix with a 28-day compressive strength of 35 MPa was prepared, and then natural sand was replaced by 10%–50% of crushed recycled plastic to determine the impact of substitution levels on concrete properties. The effects on workability and mechanical properties were evaluated. This study aims to develop and promote the use of a sustainable concrete mix.

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Study of Partial Replacement of Natural Aggregate by ...

against natural aggregate concrete is performed according to requirements as such for its workability, compressive strength test and also tensile strength test. The results show that up to 30% replacements of natural aggregate with recycled aggregate have the same strength as conventional concrete. Beyond 30% replacements of natural aggregate is not suggested as Specific Gravity, water ...

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Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Recycled Plastic

Concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world. There is a concern to more understanding and to improve its properties. Using waste and recycled materials in concrete mixes becoming increasingly important to manage and treat both the solid waste generated by industry and municipal waste.

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