Study on utilisation of granite powder waste in concrete

2021-8-9  partial replacement of granite powder concrete is increased by 16.2%, 18.9% and 14.2% respectively. 2) The percentage increase of split tensile strength of Conventional concrete to 20%, 30% and 40% partial replacement of granite powder concrete is increased by 37%, 14% and 6% respectively.

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Study on utilisation of granite powder waste in concrete ...

The M40 grade concrete is designed as per Indian standard code. The water cement ratio is maintained for this mix design is 0.40. The granite powder wastes was partially replaced with 20%, 30% and 40% in concrete. Cubes, beams and cylinders were casted with these concrete mixes and subjected to curing of 28 days.

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utilisation of granite powder in concrete

Key words:High-performance concrete, fine aggregate, granite powder, silica fume, fly ash, slag, .... to (1) Investigate the potential use of granite powder in. >>Get More Details. Production Waste of Granite Rubble Utilisation in Ultra High ... One area where waste of granite could be utilized is in ultra high performance concrete (UHPC ...

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Utilisation Of Granite Powder In Concrete Pdf

the optimum utilization of Glass Powder and Granite Powder. The effect of these admixtures on the mechanical properties of concrete at different replacement levels. • To study the compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength properties of concrete with Glass Powder and Granite Powder

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Experimental study of concrete made with granite and iron ...

2016-9-1  Granite powder, a waste material from the granite polishing industry, is a promising material for use in concrete similar to those of pozzolanic materials such as silica fume, fly ash, slag, and others. These products can be used as a filler material (substituting sand) to reduce the void content in concrete.

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A review on Properties of Sustainable Concrete using ...

2016-7-10  Granite dust is a waste produced during cutting and grinding process of granite stone. The waste generation from granite stone industry is in the form of non-biodegradable fine powder, the utilisation of this waste in concrete will help in sustainable and greener development.

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Utilization of “Marble Slurry In Cement Concrete

2016-5-14  [11] Rania Hamza, Salah El-Haggar, Safwan Khedr, “Utilization of Marble and Granite Waste in Concrete Bricks” International Conference on Environment and BioScience IPCBEE vol.21 (2011). [12] Valeria Corinaldesi, Giacomo Moriconi, and Tarun R. Naik, “Characterization of marble powder for its use in mortar and

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Utilization of Stone Dust as Fine Aggregate Replacement

2015-4-30  percentage of stone dust in concrete as shown in table 3. It indicates at a constant dose of super plasticizer (i.e., at 0.8% by weight of cement) the workability of concrete decreases rapidly with increment of stone dust in mixture. At high percentage level of stone dust the slump is zero (i.e., no slump)

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(PDF) Stone Dust in Concrete: Effect on Compressive Strength

The compressive strength of concrete from stone powder shows 14.76% higher value than that of the concrete made of normal sand. On the other hand, concrete from brick chip and stone powder produce ...

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Applications of using nano material in concrete: A review ...

2017-2-15  In this review also, utilisation of nano materials in concrete is reported. Nano silica, alumina and titanium oxide are among the nano materials used in the current research in developing the nano based concrete. The addition of nano materials in concrete has similar effect to the effect of micro based materials such as metakolin and silica fume.

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Use of Granite Waste as Partial Substitute to Cement in ...

utilisation in concrete. These wastes can be used as a filler (substituting sand) to reduce the total voids content in concrete and/or pozzolanic material ... As granite powder waste (GPW) is a ...

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A review on Properties of Sustainable Concrete using ...

Granite dust is a waste produced during cutting and grinding process of granite stone. The waste generation from granite stone industry is in the form of non-biodegradable fine powder, the utilisation of this waste in concrete will help in sustainable and greener development.

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Utilization of Stone Dust as Fine Aggregate Replacement

2015-4-30  percentage of stone dust in concrete as shown in table 3. It indicates at a constant dose of super plasticizer (i.e., at 0.8% by weight of cement) the workability of concrete decreases rapidly with increment of stone dust in mixture. At high percentage level of stone dust the slump is

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Jestr EngineeringScience’and’ Technology’Review’

2014-8-6  stone waste used as an aggregate in concrete are presented in Table 1 and 2. Table 3 indicates amount of substitution by stone waste in different proportions. Table 1. Physical and mechanical properties of powder and slurry stone waste. S.No. Types of stone waste (Powder/Slurry) Property Specific gravity Bulk density, (kg/m3) Water absorption (%)

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Utilization of Recycled Concrete Aggregates in Stone ...

2014-12-17  Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) is considered as one of the largest wastes in the entire world which is produced by demolishing concrete structures such as buildings, bridges, and dams. It is the intention of scientists and researchers, as well as people in authority, to explore waste material recycling for environmental and economic advantages.

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Utilization of waste marble dust as an additive in cement ...

Abstract In this experimental study, the usability of waste marble dust (WMD) as an additive material in blended cement has been investigated. For this purpose, waste marble dust added cements (WMDCs) have been obtained by intergrinding WMD with Portland cement clinker at different blend ratios: 2.5%, 5.0%, 7.5% and 10% by weight. 40 × 40 × 160 mm mortar prisms have been produced with the ...

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A REVIEW PAPER ON UTILISATION OF CERAMIC WASTE

2016-9-9  flexural strength of concrete with stone dust as natural sand at 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% along with ceramic waste as stone aggregate at 20% replacement. It is found that at 40% stone dust and 20% ceramic waste compressive strength reaches upto 77.32% of that of conventional concrete whereas there is an increased in flexure strength by 25.62%.

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(PDF) Stone Sludge Fly ash Bricks: Ecofriendly Construction

At present, stone cutting plants produce high amounts of sludge, which are expected to increase due to the increase in using stone and granite. The percentages of stone powder added by weight to ...

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Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete with Recycled ...

The utilisation of recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) in Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) has the potential to reduce both the environmental impact and financial cost associated with this increasingly popular concrete type. However, to date limited research exists exploring the use of coarse RCA in SCC. The work presented in this paper seeks to build on the existing knowledge in this area by ...

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(PDF) Effect of aluminium powder grading on the

The aim of this study is to investigate that influence using the results from different aluminium powder grading, particle size up to 125, 53.5-44 and 44- 37 µm., and with 0.25% aluminium used as ...

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(PDF) Use of waste marble powder in brick industry

The ornamental stone industries in Turkey produce vast amount of by-product rock waste (marble, granite) that could be used in concrete production suitable for construction purposes.

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Self-Compacting Concrete

2008-8-4  The utilisation of Self-compacting Concrete (SCC) is growing rapidly. The concrete community of ... Stone powder. Finely crushed limestone, dolomite or granite may be used to increase the amount of powder: the fraction less than 0.125 mm will be of most benefit. Note: dolomite may present a durability

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A REVIEW PAPER ON UTILISATION OF CERAMIC WASTE

2016-9-9  flexural strength of concrete with stone dust as natural sand at 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% along with ceramic waste as stone aggregate at 20% replacement. It is found that at 40% stone dust and 20% ceramic waste compressive strength reaches upto 77.32% of that of conventional concrete whereas there is an increased in flexure strength by 25.62%.

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Respiratory effects of exposure to low levels of concrete ...

Background: Dusts containing crystalline silica are generated in mining, construction, Limestone, granite and concrete production industries. The association between exposure to low levels of concrete dust containing crystalline silica and reduction in lung function, was evaluated in a cross-sectional study.

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Egg Shell As A Fine Aggregate In Concrete For

2015-9-15  stone. The word ―concrete‖ is derived from the Latin concretus, meaning ―to grow together.‖ Concrete is a composite material composed of coarse granular material (the aggregate or filler) embedded in a hard matrix of material (the cement or binder) that fills the space among the aggregate particles and glues them together. ...

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Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For ...

2017-2-8  concrete from ceramic waste. In this research study the (OPC) cement has been replaced by ceramic waste powder accordingly in the range of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% 40%, 50% by weight of M-20 grade concrete. Concrete mixtures were produced, tested and compared in terms of compressive strength to the conventional concrete.

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Different Types Sizes of Aggregate for Concrete ...

2018-8-11  Granite is being Crush into Different Diameters for the purpose of Aggregate in Concrete. [4] CRUSHED STONE. Crushed Stone is the coarsest aggregate. A mixture of all sorts of aggregates, it is appropriate as a base for concrete in projects that do not require precise aggregate-to-cement ratios. [5] RECYCLE CONCRETE.

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Behaviour of green concrete (blended concrete) using

2021-6-15  Utilisation of nanosilica beyond 4% by weight of cement had not shown any improvement in strength and the strength of concrete samples starts slowly diminishing and the results were in agreement with previous studies (Jagadesh et al. 2018; Chindaprasirt et al. 2019). The capillary pores of concrete samples were reduced considerably due to the ...

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

2016-7-28  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 ...

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Experimental Investigation of Neutralisation of Concrete ...

2019-6-25  To study the durability of concrete with fly ash as fine aggregate under alternate freeze-thaw and carbonation, freeze-thaw and carbonation cyclic tests are conducted to explore variation characteristics such as relative dynamic modulus of elasticity and neutralisation depth. The influence coefficient ( λ C ) of carbonation on concrete freeze-thaw damage and the influence coefficient (# ...

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