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  • (PDF) A Review on Artificial Aggregates

    This paper gives a review on artificial aggregates made out of various waste materials. In the current scenario, the disposal problem of industrial by-products like fly ash, paper pulp etc., has ...

  • Types of Aggregates-Natural and Artificial Aggregates

    The sand is coarser than silt and finer than gravels. The major compound that consist is sand is silica. The silica is occupying in the sand in the form of quartz. The diameter of the sand particles ranges from 0.075mm to 4,75mm. The sand is used as the fine aggregates for

  • Recycled Rubber as an Aggregate Replacement in Self ...

    Sep 14, 2018  Bravo and de Brito replaced natural fine and coarse aggregate with tyre rubber aggregate (size less than 4 mm and less than 11.2 mm) by total volume of natural aggregate, by different replacement levels of 5%, 10% and 15%. Different types of tyre aggregate obtained by cryogenic or mechanical grinding were used as well.

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  • CHAPTER – 2 LITERATURE REVIEW

    CHAPTER – 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 RECYCLED CONCRETE AGGREGATE 2.1.1 General In recent years certain countries have considered the reutilisation of construction and demolition waste as a new construction material as being one of the main objectives with

  • OVERVIEW OF ARTIFICIAL AGGREGATES OVERVIEW OF ARTIFICIAL ...

    overview of artificial aggregates overview of artificial lightweight aggregates-a review Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology 8(6):360-369 June ...

  • CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW - Shodhganga

    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 GENERAL This chapter presents an overview of literature on the various experiments conducted by many authors on the replacement of fine aggregate by quarry dust, manufactured sand and the results thereof highlighting the significance of using the manufactured sand for replacing the natural sand in concrete.

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  • Strength appraisal of artificial sand as fine aggregate in ...

    This paper presents the study of steel fiber reinforced concrete with artificial sand as fine aggregate. Three matrices with compressive strength 20, 30 and 40 MPa were designed and reinforced ...

  • A Literature Review on Fiber Reinforced Geopolymer ...

    A Literature Review on Fiber Reinforced Geopolymer Concrete Glass and Steel Fibers. J. Asanammal Saral#1, Anekar Mohammed Uzair#2. Department of Civil Engineering, ... Fine Aggregate. River Sand is a granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. The most common constituent of sand is silica (silicon dioxide SiO2).

  • Author: Anekar Mohammed Uzair, J. Asanammal Saral
  • REPLACEMENT OF NATURAL SAND IN CONCRETE BY WASTE

    The use of ceramic waste as fine aggregate in CVC and mortar was assessed by various researchers [16][17][18][19][20] [21] [22]. It was noted that using a high content of ceramic waste as fine ...

  • Review on Use of Stone Dust as a Partial Replacement of ...

    and sand, use of super plasticizers and change water content. (1998) Shukla et al. investigated the behavior of concrete made by partial or full replacement of river sand by crushed stone dust as fine aggregate and reported that 40 percent sand can be replaced by crushed stone dust without effecting the strength of concrete.

  • Review on Use of Stone Dust as a Partial Replacement of ...

    and sand, use of super plasticizers and change water content. (1998) Shukla et al. investigated the behavior of concrete made by partial or full replacement of river sand by crushed stone dust as fine aggregate and reported that 40 percent sand can be replaced by crushed stone dust without effecting the strength of concrete.

  • Strength appraisal of artificial sand as fine aggregate in ...

    REVIEW OF LITERATURE It was found that the compressive, flexural, split ... Considering the scarcity of natural sand, the feasibility of artificial sand as fine aggregate was proved and reported consistent higher results [15]. In the present experimental study the feasibility

  • Properties of seashell aggregate concrete: A review ...

    This paper is a literature review of seashell aggregate concrete. The paper first presents an overview of the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of the seashells. This is followed by a discussion of the physical, mechanical and durability properties of seashell aggregate concrete in

  • An Investigation into the Use of Manufactured Sand as a ...

    Jun 02, 2016  1. Introduction. In many countries sources of natural sand for use as an aggregate in construction are becoming scarce as sand pits are exhausted and environmental legislation prevents dredging [1,2,3].This is driving the need to source alternative aggregates, such as those from construction and demolition waste.

  • Sand (fine aggregate) - JUST 4 CIVIL ENGINEERING

    Sand can be obtained artificially by crushing stones also. In crushing stones to get coarse aggregates, it is obtained as a by-product. The minute particles of crushed stones form artificial sand for construction activities. In constructing dams and bridges, artificial sand is very commonly used.

  • Use of Quarry Dust as fine aggregates by Partial ...

    1. Replacement of fine aggregate by quarry dust at partial replace results the increase in strength of concrete. 2. The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate (sand) by quarry dust may help in many ways such as it is helpful to control environment pollution, erosion of river bank might stop and also the waste quarry material can be

  • Lecture 4. Aggregates

    • Natural aggregates consists of rock fragments that are used in their natural state, or are used after mechanical processing such as crushing, washing, and sizing. • Some natural aggregate deposits, called pit -run gravel, consist of gravel and sand that can be readily used in concrete after minimal processing.

  • (PDF) Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: A review

    This paper presents a review of the literature published so far on the use of fine aggregates from construction demolition waste used as a partial or total replacement of fine natural aggregates ...

  • Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine ...

    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 ...

  • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF AGGREGATES

    Physical Properties of Aggregates 4 Coarse Aggregate Angularity • Measured on + 4.75 mm material • Based on fractured faces – fractured surface larger than 25% of aspect ratio • ASTM D 5821 • Specification requirements depend on: – depth of layer within pavement

  • Effect of Plastic Waste as Partial Replacement of Fine ...

    Effect of Plastic Waste as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete and Cost Analysis - written by Naveen Lasiyal, Lt. Gurkirat Singh Pawar, Meenakshi Dixit published on 2018/04/24 download full article with reference data and citations

  • Waste Tyre Crumb Rubber Particle as A Partial Replacement ...

    OPC was used throughout , naturally occuring river sand and crushed stone aggregate are used as fine and coarse aggregate respectively, waste tyre crumb rubber particle of size passing through 1.18 mm IS sieve and retaining on 600µ IS sieve are used. The fiber 6 mm in length, 12

  • Why is sand called a fine aggregate? - Quora

    Oct 07, 2018  Thanks for the question. Fine aggregates are those who has the particle size in between 2 mm - 4.75 mm. Sand falls in this range and thus its called as fine aggregate. However, Sand can also be classified into 3 parts as, 1. Fine sand : Range 0.07...

  • A study of effects of aggregate on concrete rheology

    LITERATURE REVIEW 6 2.1 Introduction 6 ... 2.5 Effects of Aggregate on Concrete Rheology 34 2.6 Modeling of Concrete Rheology 41 2.7 Summary 55 CHAPTER 3. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM 57 3.1 Materials Characterization 57 ... 3.4.1 Fine Aggregate Properties Measurement 66

  • PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF AGGREGATES

    Physical Properties of Aggregates 4 Coarse Aggregate Angularity • Measured on + 4.75 mm material • Based on fractured faces – fractured surface larger than 25% of aspect ratio • ASTM D 5821 • Specification requirements depend on: – depth of layer within pavement

  • Effect of Plastic Waste as Partial Replacement of Fine ...

    Effect of Plastic Waste as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete and Cost Analysis - written by Naveen Lasiyal, Lt. Gurkirat Singh Pawar, Meenakshi Dixit published on 2018/04/24 download full article with reference data and citations

  • Waste Tyre Crumb Rubber Particle as A Partial Replacement ...

    OPC was used throughout , naturally occuring river sand and crushed stone aggregate are used as fine and coarse aggregate respectively, waste tyre crumb rubber particle of size passing through 1.18 mm IS sieve and retaining on 600µ IS sieve are used. The fiber 6 mm in length, 12

  • Why is sand called a fine aggregate? - Quora

    Oct 07, 2018  Thanks for the question. Fine aggregates are those who has the particle size in between 2 mm - 4.75 mm. Sand falls in this range and thus its called as fine aggregate. However, Sand can also be classified into 3 parts as, 1. Fine sand : Range 0.07...

  • A study of effects of aggregate on concrete rheology

    LITERATURE REVIEW 6 2.1 Introduction 6 ... 2.5 Effects of Aggregate on Concrete Rheology 34 2.6 Modeling of Concrete Rheology 41 2.7 Summary 55 CHAPTER 3. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM 57 3.1 Materials Characterization 57 ... 3.4.1 Fine Aggregate Properties Measurement 66

  • Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: a review: European ...

    This paper presents a review of the literature published so far on the use of fine aggregates from construction demolition waste used as a partial or total replacement of fine natural aggregates in concrete production.

  • Vol. 5, Issue 12, December 2016 Effect of Copper Slag as ...

    of Fine Aggregate in Concrete: A Literature Review Abhinav Shyam1, Abdullah Anwar2, Syed Aqeel Ahmad3 M. Tech ... aggregate, coarse aggregate and water. River Sand is common form of fine aggregate used in the production of concrete ... artificial aggregates generated from industrial wastes and has provided an alternative for the construction ...

  • Ppt On Artificial Sand As Fine Aggregates-Henan Mining ...

    :: ARTIFICIAL SAND. to coarse aggregates should be reduced The fine to coarse ratio depends upon the particle shape, surface texture of both fine and coarse particles The gradation of coarse and fine aggregate is very important Very fine sand is not recommended for concrete purpose The fines content in the sand below 600 microns should be about 30 to 50 %

  • Literature Review on Different Plastic Waste Materials Use ...

    properties. This paper is based on the review of literature which gives the idea of utilizing various plastic waste materials in the concrete. II. Literature Review Youcef Ghernouti et al. 1 The study present the partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete by using plastic fine aggregate obtained from the crushing of waste plastic bags.

  • Characteristics of Cement Mortar with M-sand as ...

    Natural sand obtained from river bed is conventionally used as fine aggregates in preparation of cement mortar. Present study investigates flow and strength characteristics of cement mortar at various replacement levels of alternative fine aggregate, M-sand. Plastering mortars (1:3 and 1:4 ratio) were prepared with natural sand as fine aggregates.

  • Previous Projects On Replacing Stone Dust As Fine Aggregate

    Literature Review Of Artificial Sand As Fine Aggregates. Nov 14 2013 Classifiion According to Sie Fine Aggregates Coarse Aggregate 10. Fine Aggregates Fine aggregate is defined as material that will pass a No. 4 sieve and will for the most part be retained on a No. 200 sieve 11. Types Of Fine Aggregates Sand Stone dust Cinder Surkhi 12.

  • Artificial Sand - What Is It and How Is the Development ...

    How is the global sand and gravel aggregate market performing? As the demand for aggregates from China, Africa, Latin America, Europe,etc. will continue to rise, and the price of artificial sand will also increase, the outlook for the global aggregate market for sand and gravel is worth looking forward to.. 1.

  • A REVIEW REPORT ON COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WASTE

    The coarse and fine aggregates could cause ASR (alkali-silica reaction) in concrete but the powder could suppress their ASR tendency. An effect similar to supplementary cementations materials (s). Therefore is used as a replacement of supplementary cementitious materials. 2. LITERATURE REVIEW

  • Use Of Recycled Aggregate In Concrete – IJERT

    Use of recycled aggregate in concrete can be useful for environmental protection. Recycled aggregates are the materials for the future. The application of recycled aggregate has been started in a large number of construction projects of many European, American, Russian and Asian countries.

  • TYPES OF AGGREGATE - tpub

    At times, artificial aggregates, such as blast-furnace slag or specially burned clay, are used. TYPES OF AGGREGATE.— Aggregates are divided into two types as follows:. FINE AGGREGATE. “Fine aggregate” is defined as material that will pass a No. 4 sieve and will, for the

  • Use of Rice Husk Ash in Concrete: Literature Review ...

    Rice husk ash (RHA) has been used as a highly reactive pozzolanic material to improve the microstructure of the interfacial transition zone (ITZ) between the cement paste and the aggregate in high-performance concrete (Biu et al, 2005).Rice husk ash has also been reported to improve the properties of concrete or cement paste due to the pozzolanic reaction and its role as a micro-filler.

  • UTILIZATION OF M-SAND AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT FOR

    Grade Concrete by partial replacement of Artificial Sand” - International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3, 2014. [3] Karugu, K. Oyawaand W.O.Abuodha, “Partial replacement of natural river sand with Crushed rock sand in concrete production”- Global Engineers Rechnologists Review,

  • Literature Review of Recycled Concrete Aggregate ...

    Make old cement concrete as recycled aggregate can not only protect environment, saving resources, but also can reduce the project cost, and promoting the sustainable development. This paper based on the related recycled concrete aggregate (RCA Recycled Concrete Aggregate) literature, mainly involve its properties, preparation and performance of RCA concrete, construction application etc..

  • Fly Ash and Recycled Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: New

    Fly Ash and Recycled Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: New Era for Construction Industries - A Literature Review Prof. Chetna M.Vyas1, Prof. Jayeshkumar Pitroda2 1Assistant Professor and Research Scholar, Civil Engineering Department, A.D. Patel

  • Performance of Light Weight Concrete using Fly Ash

    Performance of Light Weight Concrete using Fly Ash Pellets as Coarse Aggregate Replacement 99 considered for the efficiency of the production of pellet such as speed of revolution of pelletizer disc, moisture content, angle of pelletizer disc and duration of pelletization [8].

  • Mechanical Properties Of Recycled Aggregates Concrete

    Depending upon their size, the aggregate are classified as the fine aggregate coarse aggregates. The material passing through 4.75 mm sieve size is termed as fine aggregates. Natural sand or crushed sand is usually mainly as fine aggregates in concrete mixes. 1.2.1 NATURAL AGGREGATE Aggregates can come from either natural or manufactured sources.

  • Aggregates, Concrete Article about Aggregates, Concrete ...

    Aggregates, Concrete natural or artificial bulk stone materials—the main component of concrete. The proper selection of aggregates, which account for up to 85 percent of the mass of the concrete, makes possible the regulation of the properties of concrete and a decrease in its cost. The strength and granulometric structure of aggregates, as well as ...

  • AGGREGATE BLENDING, ABSORPTION, SPECIFIC GRAVITY

    Aggregate Blending, Absorption Specific Gravity 15 Fine Aggregate Specific Gravity • ASTM C128 – Dry aggregate – Soak in water for 24 hours – Spread out and dry to SSD – Add 500 g of SSD aggregate to pycnometer of known volume • Pre-filled with some water – Add more water and agitate until air bubbles have been removed

  • Experimental Study on Strength and Durability ...

    Jan 02, 2016  And results shows that recycled coarse aggregate can be replaced up to 40% for production of M30 grade concrete with constant 50% replacement of river sand by artificial sand in addition with 1.5% ...

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

    4.2 Fine Aggregate The sieve analysis for fine aggregate expressed a fineness modulus of 2.36. Specific gravity of fine aggregate is 2.59. 4.3 Coarse Aggregate The coarse aggregate used in concrete mix is of nominal size of 20 mm aggregates with aspecific gravity of 2.6. 4.4 Fly ash

  • Effects of Aggregate Size, Shape, and Surface Texture on ...

    Aggregate size is considered to include maximum size, size range, and gradation. The earliest bituminous mixtures used the finer aggregate sizes and are generally re-ferred to as sheet mixtures. When small amounts of coarser aggregates were added to the fine aggregate -bitumen mixture, the mixtures were known as stone-filled sheet mixtures.

  • Laboratory Experience: Physical Properties of Aggregates

    Aggregate gradation of both fine and coarse aggregates (AASHTO T 27) Wash loss (determination of minus No. 200) (AASHTO T 111) Moh’s Hardness (using the supplied kit) Los Angeles abrasion (AASHTO T 96) Bulk specific gravity of fine and coarse aggregates (AASHTO T 84 and T 85)

  • PAPER OPEN ACCESS Related content Utilisation of Waste ...

    To substitute sand as fine aggregate, waste marble dust can be used. This research aims to exploit the usage of waste marble powder in concrete instead of sand as fine aggregate. 2. Literature Survey Based on the extensive review of literature, following critical observation was made:

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