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Characteristic Studies on Concrete by Partial Replacement

A Study on Ordinary Portland Cement Blended with Rice Husk

Replacement of Cement in Concrete with Rice Husk Ash. SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering, 3(7), 127-134. Varshney, H. (2016). Utilization of Rice Husk Ash in concrete as cement replacement. IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, 01(01), 28-33. doi: 10.9790/1684-15010010128-33. Rashid, M. (2016).

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Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in Concrete

The use of the replacement materials offer cost reduction, energy savings, arguably superior products, and fewer hazards in the environment. In this project our main objective is to study the influence of partial replacement of cement with marble powder , and to compare it with the compressive and tensile strength of ordinary M20 concrete.

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A Study on Effect of Partial Replacement of Cement by

The study was aiming to investigate the effect of partial replacement of cement by cattle bone ash (CBA) in a concrete property. Complete silicate analysis of CBA shows that the material has high calcium oxide content (43.26%) which is the major oxide compound of cement. A C-25 concrete grade was selected for this study.

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PDF An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement for Coarse

An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement for Coarse Aggregate by E-waste in Concrete. P 1 PSaranya K P 2 PV.Muthuswamy P 3 PR.Sathiyaraj P 4 PA.Sudharsan P 1 P Assistant Professor Department of Civil Engineering P 2, 3,4 PDepartment Of Civil Engineering, SNS College of Engineering Abstract: Electronic waste is an emerging issue

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PDF Comparison of The Replacement of Natural Sand by Copper

concrete can be improved by partial replacement of fine aggregate with copper slag and was found that 60% replacement gives optimum results.J. Ramesh Kumar, K. V. Ramana [8] studied on Use of copper slag and fly ash in high strength concrete, given that Concrete mixes were

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PDF Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust and Fly Ash with

4] M. P. Karthik Dr. V. Sreevidya, "Experimental Investigation on Strength Characteristics of Concrete" IJSR - International Journal of Scientific Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 7 July 2015 [5] IJ. Karthick, IIT.Rama," An Experimental Study on Usage of Quarry Rock Dust as Partial Replacement for Sand in Concrete", International Journal of

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Experimental study on steel fibre reinforced concrete with

Experimental study on steel fibre reinforced concrete with a partial replacement of cement by rice husk ash. K Mukilan 1, A D K B Irene 1, S Shenbagavalli 1 and P Muthuprakash 1. Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd

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Walnut Shell for Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in

However, another study demonstrated that using sawdust as partial replacement of fine aggregate up to 25% will contributes to reduction in sawdust waste generation without adversely affecting concrete strength [30]. Close relations were predicted by using groundnut shells for partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete [27].

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Projects - Department of Civil, Construction and

Investigating performance of sewage sludge ash as a partial replacement of cement in concrete: Mr. L.M. Njuki: EN251-2586/2009: Partial replacement of cement with fly ash: A case study of normal concrete class 20: Mr. P.U. Mulu: EN251-2335/2011: Structural design of 100m3 capacity reinforced masonry tank for roof rainwater harvesting system: Mr

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Study of Waste Plastic Mix Concrete with Plasticizer

The fresh and hardened properties of waste plastic mix concrete have been studied (CUR Report 1991). A number of concrete mixes were prepared in which sand was partially replaced by waste plastic flakes in varying percentages by volume. Waste plastic mix concrete with and without superplasticizer was tested at room temperature. Forty-eight cube samples were moulded for compressive

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PDF Palm Kernel Shell As Partially Replacement of Fine

shell as a partial replacement of fine aggregates in concrete. This studied were used the different percentage of palm kernel shell as a partial replacement of fine aggregates in concrete at 1%, 2%, and 3% by volume of sand. Palm kernel shells are derived from the oil palm tree (elaeis guineensis), an economically valuable tree because of its oil.

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IRJET- Experimental Investigation of Glass Fiber

Therefore based on the literature study, the major conclusion is that dolomite powder can be used in partial replacement of cement in glass fiber reinforced concrete. Table 3.5 - Physical

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PDF Partial Depth Repair of Concrete Pavements in Wisconsin

Partial depth repair (PDR) is a concrete pavement rehabilitation method used to address surface spalling and top‐down deterioration at joints and cracks. During the repair, deteriorated concrete is removed and replaced in the top half of the slab.

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PDF Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of

Laboratory studies going on in utilization of manufacturing product waste and by products as partial or fully replacement of materials in concrete and construction industry, which in itself is a better reciprocal to dumping such waste as it will decreases the problems in environment

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Rapid Slab Repair and Replacement of Airfield Concrete

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 234: Rapid Slab Repair and Replacement of Airfield Concrete Pavement is designed to assist airport personnel and engineering consultants in selecting and executing rapid slab repair and replacement (RSRR) projects and to provide relevant information for airport maintenance

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Experimental study on properties of concrete containing

This paper deals with an experimental study on the properties of concrete made with partial replacement of cement using crushed rock dust (CRD). The properties investigated are workability, density, compressive strength, flexural strength, splitting tensile strength, dynamic modulus (Ed), ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) and acid resistance.

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