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  • replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles,

    replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles. Usingthe E-waste as a partialreplacement of coarse aggregate in concreteis the best solution. We can not fullyreplacematerialin concretebecause it impacts the workability ofconcrete. The electronic waste is crushed as required particle size and can be mixed with otheraggregates in concretewhich

  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken,

    Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken Ceramic Tiles in Concrete Production Yiosese A. O., Ayoola A. R., Ugonna M. C., Adewale A. K. Abstract— The study reports on experimental investigation on the suitability of the use of broken tiles as partial replacement for crushed granite in concrete production. Control mixing ratio of 1:2:4 batched by weight with

  • Experimental Study On Using Tiles Waste As Replacement Of,

    Crushed waste ceramic tiles, as well as crushed waste ceramic tile powder, are used to substitute coarse and fine aggregates. 10 percent, 20 percent, 30 percent, 40 percent, and 50 percent of the coarse aggregates were substituted with ceramic waste broken tiles. Along with the ceramic coarse tile, 10% of the fine aggregate was substituted with ceramic tile powder.

  • Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic,

    D. Tavakoli et al. (2013) investigated on the possibility of using ceramic tile in concrete. Coarse aggregate is replaced in the range of 0-40%. There is an increase in compressive strength by 5.13% whereas there is a decrease in slump, water absorption and unit weight by 10%, 0.1% and 2.29% respectively with 10% substitution.

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

    demolished buildings and the wastes obtained from the tile industries. The use of these tile aggregates as partial replacement in coarse aggregate in concrete has positive effect on the environment and obtainin g lower costs since the tile aggregates are easy to obtain. Their cost

  • Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by,

    The replacement of coarse aggregate by Mangalore tiles and sand by iron ore slag increases the workability of the concrete thus increasing the strength of the cube as well as the cylinder. The workability of this proposed concrete shows a decrease in slump with increase of tile wastage of total aggregate volume. The result of the normal concrete

  • replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles,

    replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles. Usingthe E-waste as a partialreplacement of coarse aggregate in concreteis the best solution. We can not fullyreplacematerialin concretebecause it impacts the workability ofconcrete. The electronic waste is crushed as required particle size and can be mixed with otheraggregates in concretewhich

  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken,

    Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken Ceramic Tiles in Concrete Production Yiosese A. O., Ayoola A. R., Ugonna M. C., Adewale A. K. Abstract— The study reports on experimental investigation on the suitability of the use of broken tiles as partial replacement for crushed granite in concrete production. Control mixing ratio of 1:2:4 batched by weight with

  • Experimental Study On Using Tiles Waste As Replacement Of,

    Ceramic wastes have been discovered to be acceptable for use as fine and coarse aggregate substitutes in concrete manufacturing. According to studies, approximately 20-30% of the material produced in tile production facilities ends up as trash. The purpose of this research is to see whether discarded tiles can be used as a partial substitute for coarse and fine

  • Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic,

    D. Tavakoli et al. (2013) investigated on the possibility of using ceramic tile in concrete. Coarse aggregate is replaced in the range of 0-40%. There is an increase in compressive strength by 5.13% whereas there is a decrease in slump, water absorption and unit weight by 10%, 0.1% and 2.29% respectively with 10% substitution. J.Swathi et al. (2015) partially replaced fine

  • Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by,

    Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by using Mangalore Tile Wastage and Iron Ore Slag Siddalingeshwara D H1,,feasibility study on the use of broken Mangalore tiles as coarse aggregate in combination with iron ore slag in the production of low to medium strength concrete is carried out. • Key Words: Ferrous slag, Mangalore tiles, Iron ore slag,

  • (PDF) " PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF AGGREGATE WITH CERAMIC TILE,

    Experimental Study on the Engineering Properties of Marble Waste Powder from Hyderabad Marble Market Sindh Pakistan for Making Concrete Including Recycled Coarse Aggregates By mushtaq changezi The Effect of Variation of Molarity of Alkali Activator and Fine Aggregate Content on the Compressive Strength of the Fly Ash: Palm Oil Fuel Ash Based Geopolymer

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE,

    compressive strength of Conventional concrete and ceramic tile waste aggregate concrete with coarse aggregate for 3 days, 7 days and 28 days are shown in Table 3. SL.No %Replacement Age in Days 3 days 7 days 28 days 1 0% ngth A 16.2 5 18.73 25.80 2 10% 17.32 18.99 26.24 3 20% 17.63 19.35 26.51

  • Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete - [Civil Planets]

    Using the E-waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is the best solution.,Quarry dust For Partial Replacement The bricks, tile & other lightweight materials are made from the quarry dust. The chemical composition of quarry dust is mostly the same as granite rock. So the strength and durability of quarry dust are good to use in concrete. The

  • Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete | Alternative,

    As concrete demand and conumption is increased rapidly demand of natural aggregate also rised. Similarly, the production of natural coarse aggregate is not sufficent ro satisfied these increased demand.Therefore, as a solution and to save enviroment the replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is become essenetial.. Theare various alternative materials for coarse

  • Impact of waste ceramic tiles as partial replacement of,

    26.08.2021· Concrete with replacement of coarse aggregate by ceramic waste and combination of fine and coarse aggregate replacement the workability decreased compared to coarse aggregate replacement by ceramic waste. Addition of 50% fine and coarse ceramic aggregate (FCA5&CCA5) in concrete reduced the workability upto 58.3% and 13.9%

  • replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles,

    replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete using tiles. Usingthe E-waste as a partialreplacement of coarse aggregate in concreteis the best solution. We can not fullyreplacematerialin concretebecause it impacts the workability ofconcrete. The electronic waste is crushed as required particle size and can be mixed with otheraggregates in concretewhich

  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken,

    Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Broken Ceramic Tiles in Concrete Production Yiosese A. O., Ayoola A. R., Ugonna M. C., Adewale A. K. Abstract— The study reports on experimental investigation on the suitability of the use of broken tiles as partial replacement for crushed granite in concrete production. Control mixing ratio of 1:2:4 batched by weight with

  • Experimental Study On Using Tiles Waste As Replacement Of,

    Ceramic wastes have been discovered to be acceptable for use as fine and coarse aggregate substitutes in concrete manufacturing. According to studies, approximately 20-30% of the material produced in tile production facilities ends up as trash. The purpose of this research is to see whether discarded tiles can be used as a partial substitute for coarse and fine

  • Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic,

    D. Tavakoli et al. (2013) investigated on the possibility of using ceramic tile in concrete. Coarse aggregate is replaced in the range of 0-40%. There is an increase in compressive strength by 5.13% whereas there is a decrease in slump, water absorption and unit weight by 10%, 0.1% and 2.29% respectively with 10% substitution. J.Swathi et al. (2015) partially replaced fine

  • Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by,

    Replacement of Course and Fine Aggregates in Concrete by using Mangalore Tile Wastage and Iron Ore Slag Siddalingeshwara D H1,,feasibility study on the use of broken Mangalore tiles as coarse aggregate in combination with iron ore slag in the production of low to medium strength concrete is carried out. • Key Words: Ferrous slag, Mangalore tiles, Iron ore slag,

  • (PDF) " PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF AGGREGATE WITH CERAMIC TILE,

    Experimental Study on the Engineering Properties of Marble Waste Powder from Hyderabad Marble Market Sindh Pakistan for Making Concrete Including Recycled Coarse Aggregates By mushtaq changezi The Effect of Variation of Molarity of Alkali Activator and Fine Aggregate Content on the Compressive Strength of the Fly Ash: Palm Oil Fuel Ash Based Geopolymer

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE,

    compressive strength of Conventional concrete and ceramic tile waste aggregate concrete with coarse aggregate for 3 days, 7 days and 28 days are shown in Table 3. SL.No %Replacement Age in Days 3 days 7 days 28 days 1 0% ngth A 16.2 5 18.73 25.80 2 10% 17.32 18.99 26.24 3 20% 17.63 19.35 26.51

  • Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete - [Civil Planets]

    Using the E-waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is the best solution.,Quarry dust For Partial Replacement The bricks, tile & other lightweight materials are made from the quarry dust. The chemical composition of quarry dust is mostly the same as granite rock. So the strength and durability of quarry dust are good to use in concrete. The

  • Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete | Alternative,

    As concrete demand and conumption is increased rapidly demand of natural aggregate also rised. Similarly, the production of natural coarse aggregate is not sufficent ro satisfied these increased demand.Therefore, as a solution and to save enviroment the replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete is become essenetial.. Theare various alternative materials for coarse

  • Impact of waste ceramic tiles as partial replacement of,

    26.08.2021· Concrete with replacement of coarse aggregate by ceramic waste and combination of fine and coarse aggregate replacement the workability decreased compared to coarse aggregate replacement by ceramic waste. Addition of 50% fine and coarse ceramic aggregate (FCA5&CCA5) in concrete reduced the workability upto 58.3% and 13.9%

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