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  • Using Ceramic Materials in Ecoefficient Concrete and ...

    Using Ceramic Materials in Ecoefficient Concrete and ...

    incorporating coarse aggregate from concrete waste and ceramic block waste in the production of new concretes, and found that structural concrete made using recycled aggregates presented satisfactory durability, but that the 432 mm fraction of natural aggregates cannot be totally substituted.

  • Influence of Water Absorption of the Ceramic Aggregate on ...

    Influence of Water Absorption of the Ceramic Aggregate on ...

    All the properties were well within the acceptable range for coarse aggregates and hence the ceramic waste aggregate can be safely used in concrete making. B. Compressive strength: Compressive strength of ceramic waste aggregate concrete was MPa at 100% replacement level.

  • FLEXURAL BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE BEAMS CONTAINING .

    FLEXURAL BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE BEAMS CONTAINING .

    The aggregate Crushing Value for ceramic waste (%) was found to be lower than that of the coarse aggregate (%). This may be attributed to the void ratio or void content of the materials and material shape. The granites are generally of irregular shapes. This could result in large void ratio than the ceramic waste that are largely flat

  • BEHAVIOUR OF CERAMIC WASTE AGGREGATE CONCRETE .

    BEHAVIOUR OF CERAMIC WASTE AGGREGATE CONCRETE .

    appropriate replacement of coarse aggregate by ceramic waste aggregate. From nomenclature, CWAC stands for Ceramic waste aggregate concrete and number representing the percentage replacement of ceramic waste aggregate into innovative concrete composition. .

  • Use of waste material as aggregates Notes Engineering

    Use of waste material as aggregates Notes Engineering

    Use of waste material as aggregates in civil engineering applications is beneficial because it reduces the environmental impact and economic cost of quarrying operations, processing, and transport. Reuse of construction and demolition waste is becoming increasingly desirable due to rising hauling costs and tipping fees for putting this material ...

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON CONCRETE BY .

    AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON CONCRETE BY .

    and the ceramic waste tiles as coarse aggregate replacement in 10%, 20%, 30% by weight of coarse aggregate. Tota lly 63cubes, 35Cylinders, 21beams were casted and tested for compression, Split tension, Flexural strength and durability at 7, 14, 28 days curing of concrete. The obtained results are

  • A Study on Ceramic Waste Powder SSRGJournals

    A Study on Ceramic Waste Powder SSRGJournals

    The first source is the ceramics industry, and this waste Keyword ceramic is classifipowder, compressive strength According to the Integrated National Plan on Waste I. INTRODUCTION A. Admixtures: Definition: Admixture is defined as a material other than cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate .

  • Effects of Waste Ceramic as Cement and Fine Aggregate on ...

    Effects of Waste Ceramic as Cement and Fine Aggregate on ...

    In the last 3 decades, the attention in consuming substitute materials such as solid wastes in construction has grown continuously. An extensive amount of waste ceramic .

  • Mechanical properties of concrete containing recycled ...

    Mechanical properties of concrete containing recycled ...

    As recyclable construction wastes, concrete and ceramic can replace the natural aggregate in concrete because of their hard and strong physical properties. This research used 25%, 35%, and 45% recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) and ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in producing concrete.

  • Mechanical behaviour of sustainable concrete with waste ...

    Mechanical behaviour of sustainable concrete with waste ...

    Ceramic materials are a great prospective material for aggregate replacement due to their desirable mechanical properties and availability in waste streams worldwide. This study focusses on coarse aggregate replacement with ceramic tile materials of and waste .

  • What are the advantages of ceramic waste in concrete? Quora

    What are the advantages of ceramic waste in concrete? Quora

    Jan 04, 2019· Ceramic waste deposit poses a number of environmental challenges, ranging from air, water and soil contaminations. Thus, the present investigation is centred on evaluating the technical viability and environmental benefits of using ceramic floor a...

  • Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse ...

    Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse ...

    May 15, 2013· Ewaste: Electronic waste, abbreviated as ewaste is a nonbiodegradable waste. It consists of discarded old computers, TVs, refrigerators, radios – basically any electrical orelectronic appliance that has reached its end of life. The e waste in India for the year 2005 has been estimated to be tones. Ten states generate 70% of the ...

  • Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic ...

    Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic ...

    Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste Ceramic Tiles and Ceramic Powder in Concrete Assistant professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Peri Institute of Technology, Chennai600048, India. Assistant professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Peri Institute of Technology, Chennai600048, India.

  • A study on the performance of concrete containing recycled ...

    A study on the performance of concrete containing recycled ...

    The concrete aggregate was chosen due to improvement capillary bonding mechanisms and ceramic presented similar strength compared to the conventional concrete using natural aggregate. Percent of replacement have been used in this study was at 25%, 35% and 45% of the RCA and 5%, 10% and 15% for ceramic, respectively.

  • Ceramic tiles waste as coarse aggregates partial ...

    Ceramic tiles waste as coarse aggregates partial ...

    Abstract. In accordance with conservation efforts, this research focuses on ceramic tile waste asud partial coarse aggregates replacement for concrete production, prevention of environmentalud pollution with considering the elements of sustainable and cost .

  • The Use of Ceramic Tiles Waste in Concrete as Partial ...

    The Use of Ceramic Tiles Waste in Concrete as Partial ...

    with a replacement of fine aggregates up to 20 % of demolition waste and 20 % ceramic wastes in concrete [5]. The utilization of crushed tile as coarse aggregates in replacement of natural coarse aggregates in concrete established that the maximum compression strength and split tensile strength were obtained when the replacement was at 30% [6].

  • Concrete with ceramic waste aggregate

    Concrete with ceramic waste aggregate

    Oct 01, 2005· Experiments were carried out to determine the compressive, splitting tensile and flexural strengths and the modulus of elasticity of concrete with ceramic waste coarse aggregate and to compare them with those of conventional concrete made with crushed stone coarse aggregate. The properties of the aggregates were also compared.

  • Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

    Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

    Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete Paul O. Awoyeraa,*, Julius M. Ndambukib, Joseph O. Akinmusurua, David O. Omolea ... ceramic waste coarse aggregates of granulometric modulus of, ceramic fine aggregate of granulometric modulus of, and portable water. The water absorption percentages for ceramic and gran

  • Quality Assessment of Mixed and Ceramic Recycled ...

    Quality Assessment of Mixed and Ceramic Recycled ...

    of recycled aggregates with different ceramic contents were tested to assess their suitability for inclusion in concrete mixes as a partial replacement of the conventional coarse aggregate. In order to do so, the traditional method of characterizing recycled CDW aggregate was .

  • Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust as ...

    Strength of Concrete with Ceramic Waste and Quarry Dust as ...

    This research focuses on a study of the strength of concrete with ceramic waste as coarse aggregate and quarry dust as fine aggregate. The sources of ceramic waste and quarry dust are obtained from the industrial in Malaysia. Presently, in ceramics industries the production goes as waste, which is not under going the recycle process yet. In this study an attempt has been made to find the ...

  • What will be the effect of ceramic waste powder in ...

    What will be the effect of ceramic waste powder in ...

    It will increase the strength I think, check, there are lot of journals available CiteSeerX Check this site you might get some free journals

  • EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL .

    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL .

    coarse aggregates by ceramic waste because angular and rough aggregates which results in poor workability are replaced by 40% by ceramic waste which are cubical in shape and smooth in surface. Comparison in slump values for final mixes is shown n The overall comparison is shown in .

  • Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Demolished ...

    Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Demolished ...

    replacement of coarse aggregate with construction and demolition waste materials like ceramic tiles waste, plastic debris, crushed bricks. The resultant concrete thus produced was tested on the following parameters like compressive strength, workability, flexural strength. The results thus

  • Specific Properties of Waste Ceramic Aggregate Concrete ...

    Specific Properties of Waste Ceramic Aggregate Concrete ...

    Specific Properties of Waste Ceramic Aggregate. 113 other researchers testing concretes based on different waste aggregates and steel fibre reinforced concretes (SFRC) it seems feasible to achieve satisfactory mechanical characteristics in case of WCASFRC. 2. Used Materials Fibre concrete for the research programme was composed on the