The present study aims at investigating the effects of roof tile (porous ceramic) waste-coarse aggregate (PCCA) as an internal curing agent and high temperature history at early ages on mechanical properties of concrete and shear strength of reinforced concrete (RC) beams made from Portland blast-furnace slag cement type B.
concrete. As coarse aggregate we are using a combination of gravels and broken tile (Mangalore tile) pieces and rock sand as fine aggregate. Keywords: Geopolymer concrete, replacement with Mangalore tile, eco-friendly, alkaline solution, strength _____
particles . Ground waste glass was used as fine aggregate in concrete and no reaction was detected with fine particle size, thus indicating the feasibility of the waste glass reuse as fine aggregate in concrete. In addition, waste glass seemed to positively contribute to the mortar micro-structural properties resulting in an evident
Senthamarai et al 2011); Portella, K. F. et al 2006 reported for a mix of natural and ceramic waste aggregates, specifically 50% substitution of sand and coarse aggregates and natural sand and coarse aggregates a reduction of the compressive strength of 18% and 13% respectively.
the suitability of mining sand as fine aggregate in concrete. the suitability of mining sand as fine aggregate in concrete Mining Plant . mangalore tile waste as coarse aggregate in Rock Sand; Stone; Gold Iron Copper;
A REVIEW PAPER ON UTILISATION OF CERAMIC WASTE IN CONCRETE Batriti Monhun R. Marwein . 1, ... using ceramic tile in concrete. Coarse aggregate is replaced in the range of 0-40%. There is an increase in ... Mangalore tiles as coarse aggregate. Water cement ratio of 0.52 and 0.58 is adopted. Compressive strength is
mangalore tile waste as coarse aggregate in concrete. key words ceramic waste, concrete, aggregates, replacement, recycling.resulting concrete made with crushed tile as the coarse aggregate had a More Details strength evaluation of concrete using marble powder and waste…
sand, concrete aggregate resources in a serious crisis. In response to this situation, people began to seek new aggregate resources, and has achieved some success, for example, the system of sea sand aggregate, waste concrete recycled aggregate, the used tailings production of aggregate, artificial aggregates [1-3].
cement, while fine and coarse ceramic aggregates were used as substitution of fine and coarse natural aggregates. They foundthat compressive strengthincreases by incorporating ce-ramic waste in concrete.In another study, Al Bakri et al.
Thus, the current study focuses on the mechanical characterization of waste ceramic wall and floor tiles aggregate concrete. Ceramic wastes sourced from construction and demolition wastes were separated from other debris and crushed using a quarry metal hammer. Ceramic tiles were sieved into fine and coarse aggregates in line with standards.
Mangalore Tile Waste as fine aggregate in Cement Mortar and Concrete Mixes" Journal of Civil Engineering Technology and Research, Vol 2, pp.403-419, No 1 2014 .
Industrial wastes are often used as aggregate in concrete production to lower their production cost. Large quantities of tiles are discarded during the tile production in the ceramic factories due to substandard and low quality production. The tile waste can reach up to 7% of the total tile production in the ceramic tile sector.
3. The major importance of this concrete is, it does not require any coarse aggregate, hence there is no need of quarry because here we use waste burnt bricks and Mangalore tiles as the coarse aggregate. 4. Use of these wastages as an alternative for coarse aggregate in concrete will become one of the best waste management practice.
weight coarse aggregates, especially pertaining to ranges of material properties and strength. 2. Collection of data on Calicut tile waste generation and identification of a suitable method for the preparation of single sized coarse aggregate from Calicut tile waste. 3.
Use of Ceramic Waste as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Ravi Shanker Chourasia1 Jobin Joy2 1Senior highway engineer 2PG Student 1MSV International INC 2Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal Abstract— Concrete is a mixture which is produced by blending adequate proportion of cement, water and aggregate.
Crushed concrete paver blocks, tiles and bricks, after separation from other C&D waste and sieved, can be used as a substitute for natural coarse aggregates (CAs) in concrete or as a sub-base or a ...
well as a concrete mix with natural sand and coarse ceramic aggregates (W/B = 0.5). Results show that ... the replacement of cement in concrete by ceramic wastes represents a tremendous saving of ... such as brick, blocks and roof tiles. The second one is all fired waste produced in stoneware ceramic such as wall, floor tiles and sanitary ware. ...
1. The compressive strength of M20 concrete with Mangalore tiles as coarse aggregate was optimum with a value of 18.49 N/mm2 for a cement content of 368.58 kg/m3. The compressive strength of M15 concrete with Mangalore tiles as coarse aggregate was optimum with a value of 13.995 N/mm2 for a cement content of 330.10 kg/m3. 2.
Rubber Tire waste: Discarded vehicle tires constitute one important part of solid waste which had historically beendisposed of into landfills. An emerging use is the production of concrete, in which tyre rubber particles partially replacenatural aggregates.
Hence the possibility of using waste iron ore slag & tiles as an alternative construction material will be investigated. By conducting different tests on prepared specimens, it is intended to analyze the results. Materials Used The materials such as Cement, Sand, Coarse Aggregate Iron ore slag and Mangalore tiles.
increase in the proportion of tile aggregate in concrete. Studied by replacing crushed tile as a coarse aggregate in concrete with partial replacement of 0%, 50%, of natural aggregate. The Mechanical and Physical tests were carried out. The strength and unit weight of crushed tile aggregate concrete …
It is observed that, compressive strength of concrete made using ceramic waste increased with replacement level (up to 40%). Optimum replacement level of fine aggregate with ceramic waste is 40%. In chloride environment concrete with ceramic waste shows better performance than conventional concrete.
The final mass ratio of cement, water, coarse aggregate and fine aggregate is 1:0.47:1.31:0.71. 6. Conclusion The following conclusions have been drawn: (1) By using the ceramic tile aggregate, the mass of aggregate reduces about 50 % which in turn reduces the weight of concrete. (2) Ceramic waste can be used as coarse aggregate as the ...
RECYCLING CONCRETE -The present state and future perspective- Koji Sakai Kagawa University, Japan 1 Concrete Constituents: coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, cement (limestone and clay), and water "The most bountiful resources on the Earth" Therefore, concrete is the second most consumed material on the Earth after water.
coarse aggregate by ceramic waste. II. OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT To utilize egg shell and ceramic waste in the manufacturing of concrete. To determine the optimum percentage of replacement of egg shell and ceramic waste as fine aggregate and coarse aggregate respectively in concrete.
1. Replacement of coarse aggregate with terracotta tiles waste has not much effect on the workability of concrete. However there is slight increase in the workability up to 20% replacement of coarse aggregate with terracotta tiles waste. 2. Compressive strength of concrete mixes up to 40%
mangalore tile waste as coarse aggregate in concrete tiles as part.replacement to coarse aggregates in concretes the utility of partial replacement of tile waste as aggregates along with ... marble powder and waste.
Floor tile waste aggregates (FTWA) in concrete applications can substantially reduce the negative environmental effects and exhaustion of the natural resources.