to melt and mixed with a varying proportion of solid waste fly ash and quarry dust (PET 25-35 % fly ash 25 % and quarry dust 40-50% in weight). The measurements of physical and mechanical properties show that plastic waste paver blocks and these proportion in plastic give’s better results than concrete …
different percentages and to study the effect of replacement of cement by fly ash in the preparation of self compacting concrete. Mix design of SCC with various dosages of quarry dust and fly ash was done for diffent cementitious content and the effect on fresh and hardened properties was studied.
a partial substitution of Portland cement by fly ash in a mortar or concrete mixture reduces the water requirement for obtaining a given consistency. 92aggregate(Table -4: Properties of Fly ash 46 S. No Description Value 1 Specific gravity 2.67 2 Colour grey 3.5 Quarry dust Locally available quarry dust is used for this project. Quarry
Expanded polystyrene, Fly ash, Quarry dust, M20 conventional concrete, Compressive strength, Tensile strength. Abstract: We are developed a new structural concrete member by completely replacing coarse aggregate, fine aggregate. A study of concrete made with expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads as aggregate was carried out.
for sand. The cement is replaced by fly ash at 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% with quarry dust by 0%, 25%, 50% of concrete specimens were prepared. The specimens are curing at the ages of 7, 28, 60 days and tested for compressive and split tensile strength. Index terms - concrete, quarry dust, class C fly ash, compressive strength.
comparison with conventional concrete, the increase in the level of quarry dust resulted in a slight decrease in strength. In this study concrete with 50% fly ash replacement and 10% quarry dust replacement instead of cement and fine aggregate proves to be more beneficial as well as economical. Keywords: Fly Ash, Quarry Dust, Strength 1 ...
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW - Shodhganga. replacement of fly ash, quarry dust, fly ash and quarry dust at 5%, 15% and 10% respectively. It was concluded that replacement of cement with fly ash and sand with quarry dust resulted economical construction and also a solution for reducing the environmental pollution.
The best performance with regard to mechanical properties was found for ratio in 1:1 of fly ash and billet scale, quarry dust and billet scale will be showed . Chandana Sukesh, Katakam Bala Krishna, P.Sri Lakshmi Sai Teja, S.Kanakambara Rao (2013) studied partial replacement of sand with Quarry dust in concrete.
The effect of % of Quarry dust and fly ash in cement concrete is studied in detailed. Test results for each variation are tabulated and discussed in details and some important conclusions are made. Keywords— Natural Sand, Quarry Dust, Fly Ash, Workability, Compressive strength, Split tensile strength, Flexural strength. INTRODUCTION
quarry dust. The ideal percentage of the replacement of sand with the quarry dust is 55 per cent to 75 per cent in case of compressive strength. He further says that if combined with fly ash (another industrial waste), 100 per cent replacement of sand can be achieved. The use of fly ash in concrete is desirable because of benefits such as
to study the effect of partial replacement of fine aggregates by quarry dust and cement by fly ash on cement concrete. 1.2 NEED FOR INVESTIGATION Quarry Dust These residues are generally less than 1% aggregate production in the normal concrete. The introduction of quarry dust for mixing is limited due to its high fineness.
ash. These findings guide the practitioner in selecting fly ash and quarry dust contents to meet strength and workability requirements of a concrete mix. The concurrent use of the two byproducts will lead to a range of economic and environmental benefits. Keywords: Fly Ash, Quarry Dust, Economic, Concrete, Workability 1335
Highlights Silica fume (SF) and fly ash (FA) are normally used in Self compacting concrete (SCC). Since these materials are costly, SCC was developed utilizing a cheap waste material, namely quarry dust powder (QDP). Mechanical properties of SCC with QDP were better than those of SCC with SF or FA. The use of QDP in SCC resulted in cost saving and the utilization of waste materials.
From the results of the experimental study, the following conclusions were drawn on concrete when quarry dust and fly ash are added in different proportions. 1) With the addition of 15% of fly ash and 15% of quarry dust the compressive strength increases to 22% then control mix M40 grade at 28 days.
I am currently researching on fly ash in concrete and quarry dust at Curtin university and would like to view your results on this report. I would like to know if you had used any super plasticizer and the high early strengths obtained with your research.
increase its strength sand and quarry dust is added in its composition which replace fly ash up to 30% at an interval of 5%. To check properties of these cellular lightweight concrete (FC) block test like compressive strength, density and water absorption is performed in the lab. Keywords: Cement, Quarry Dust, Fly ash, Foam Concrete I.INTRODUCTION
the fine aggregate is sand or quarry dust, which the size ranges between 0.15mm and 2.36mm. The mineral filler normally used is quarry dust, 85 percent of which passes the 0.075mm sieve. The aggregate mixture is bound together with bitumen. To replace quarry dust with fly ash firstly, the physical properties were examined, to check samples
fly ash on the concrete compressive strength development. Two types of replacement proportion of sand with quarry dust, 20 % and 40 % were practiced in the concrete mixes except in the control ...
replacement of fly ash and quarry rock dust are at 30%. Keywords: - Concrete, Quarry Rock Dust, Fly Ash, Mechanical Properties. INTRODUCTION: Present days construction industries needs faster development and also require high strength of concrete to …
Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as Replacement for Natural Sand 52 VII. APPLICATIONS 1) The quarry dust is widely used in construction industry. 2) Quarry dust is used as a fine aggregate in Concrete for paving blocks of good permeability capacity and high grade concrete …
Experimental Study on Concrete Mixes by Concurrent use of , effectiveness this ratio fly ash, quarry dust in concrete batching to determine the compressive strength of the concrete cube The percentages use in fly ash replacement in concrete is starting from 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% with the samples must be completed about 36 samples of concrete cube
IJSTE - International Journal of Science Technology & Engineering | Volume 3 | Issue 11 | May 2017 ISSN (online): 2349-784X Study on the Properties of Aerated Concrete Incorporating Fly Ash and Quarry Dust Paul Ben Pulliattu Dr. Elson John PG Student Professor Department of Civil Engineering Department of Civil Engineering Mar Athanasius ...
14days and 28days. In M25 concrete mix 50% of cement was replaced by fly ash and sand was totally replaced by 50% of quarry dust and 50% of marble powder. Keywords:-Green concrete, fly ash, quarry dust, marble powder, compressive strength, split tensile strength. 1. INTRODUCTION Green concrete is very often and also cheap to produce,
Study of strength parameters on the Fly-Ash and Quarry Dust self compacting concrete replacing Fly-Ash with Cement at four different levels (10%, 20%, 30% & 40%), and Quarry Dust with sand at four different levels (10%, 20%, 30% & 40%). Obtained strength parameters are compared with Conventional SCC of M60 Grade of concrete for different
To study the influence of quarry dust and saw dust the mechanical properties of concrete. To compare the compressive, split tensile strength and the flexural strength using quarry dust and the saw dust with the conventional mix. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION 2.1 Materials used Fly Ash: Fly ash is the waste obtained as a residue
To address the environmental constraints due to cement production and sand scarcity, strength properties of high-calcium fly ash (CFA)-based geopolymer concrete with quarry dust as fine aggregate is explored in this paper. River sand was replaced with quarry dust from 0 to by mass.
Abstract —This study presents an experimental investigation on self-compacting concrete (SCC) with fine aggregate (sand) replacement of a Quarry Dust (QD) (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, ) and addition of mineral admixtures like Fly Ash (FA) and Silica Fume (SF) & chemical admixtures like super plasticizers (SP).
The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate by quarry dust which is highlighted in the study could boost the consumption of quarry dust generated from quarries. By replacement of quarry dust, the requirement of land fill area can be reduced and can also solve the problem of natural sand scarcity. The availability of sand at low cost as a fine aggregate in concrete is not suitable and ...
fly ash leads to a reduction in early strength of concrete. Therefore, the concurrent use of quarry dust and fly ash in concrete will lead to the benefits of using such materials being added and some of the undesirable effects being negated. The decrease in early strength by the addition of
Fly ash and Quarry Dust in a Concrete Indumathy V Department of Civil Engineering, Anna University, Chennai. Abstract- This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation carried out to evaluate the compressive strength and transverse strength of …
development is characterized by application of industrial waste such as marble powder, quarry dust, wood ash, paper pulp, etc, to reduce consumption of natural resource and energy and pollution of the environment. Use of such waste material saves 14%-20% amount of cement. The concrete resistance to sulphate attack and alkali-
replacement of fly ash, quarry dust, fly ash and quarry dust at 5%, 15% and 10% respectively. It was concluded that replacement of cement with fly ash and sand with quarry dust resulted economical construction and also a solution for reducing the environmental pollution. Ilangovan and Nagamani (2004) have conducted tests on cubes to
The optimum ratio of fly ash and billet scale, quarry dust and billet scale is found to be 1:1 since it showed the best performance with regard to mechanical properties. (6) Manufacture of bricks using a combination of billet scale, quarry dust and fly ash is feasible.