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Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Brick

2017-8-12  In this present work the study on replacement of coarse aggregate by demolished brick aggregate. Coarse aggregate can be defined as inert granular materials such as gravel, crushed stone and sand. Coarse aggregate is one of the essential ingredients apart of water and cement in concrete production. The only variable considered in this study was the volumetric replacement (0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100%) of stone aggregate by brick aggregate. The use of brick aggregate as a replacement of stone aggregate resulted reductions in unit weight, compressive strength of concrete. Different relations for determination of compressive strength, splitting tensile strength of mix-aggregate concrete have been tentatively proposed. The 25% replacement of RCBA is considered as the best in view of strength and economy, hence we use it in moderately loaded structures. 50% replacement of RCBA

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Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with

2018-1-24  In this paper, it is discussed that there is a large amount of demolished waste generated every year in India and other developing countries. Since the very small amount of this waste is recycled or reused. So, disposing of this waste is a very serious problem because it requires a large amount of space. This study is a part of comprehensive program wherein experimental investigations have been carried out to evaluate the effect of partial replacement of coarse aggregate by demolished waste on compressive strength and workability of DAC (Demolished Aggregate Concrete). For the study 3, 7 and 28 days compressive strengths were recorded. The previous study on this project shows that the compressive strength of the DAC (Demolished Aggregate Concrete) somehow resembles with the conventional concrete if used in a proper amount up to 30%. So in this study we have taken the demolished concrete aggregate 10%, 20%, 30% by weight of the conventional coarse aggregate and the concrete cubes were casted by that demolished concrete aggregate

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Recycling of Brick Aggregate Concrete as Coarse

An extensive investigation was carried out for recycling of demolished brick aggregate concrete as coarse aggregate. For this, demolished concrete blocks were collected from 33 different building sites of different ages and broken into pieces as coarse aggregate.

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(PDF) Recycling of Brick Aggregate Concrete as Coarse ...

2014-1-29  An extensive investigation was carried out for recycling of demolished brick aggregate concrete as coarse aggregate. For this, demolished concrete blocks were

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(PDF) Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with ...

Gadde, 2017 Studied Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Demolished Concrete and co ncluded that particular mix ob tained had high strength in between 25 – 50 p ercent replacement (Gadde ...

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Utilization of Demolish Brick and Marble Waste in

2017-7-28  To compare the performance of concrete with brick marble waste as coarse aggregate partial replacement and conventional concrete. To study the utilization of demolished waste as a replacement of natural coarse aggregate. 2 METHODOLOGY In this

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USE OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF OVER BRUNT BRICK

2020-8-6  ingredients of concrete mixtures are cement, coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, water and admixture. The main part of concrete volume occupy by coarse aggregate. Apart from that concrete ingredients other material replace by coarse aggregate in typical concrete. The materials are including over burn brick and demolish brick.

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for ...

2018-10-16  Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for Preparation of Concrete Sankarsan Mohanty. Concrete is considered the world’s most used construction material. Typical concrete mixtures are comprised of water, sand, cement and an aggregate of rock. This civil project focuses on the coarse aggregate

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Replacement Of Coarse Aggregate In Concrete - [Civil

2021-8-20  The construction waste material is also very suitable for replacing the coarse aggregate in concrete. It contains mostly the demolished building pieces like a portion of slab, beam, column masonry elements.

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A REVIEW PAPER ON REPLACEMENT OF DEMOLISHED

2020-8-13  1. To understand the effectiveness of demolished brick in strength enhancement. 2. To study and compare the performance conventional concrete and demolished brick concrete. 3. To evaluate the utility of demolished brick as a partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete. 5. REFERENCES [1]L. Gamashta, and S. Gumashta, “Reuse of concrete and

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Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with

2018-1-24  the demolished concrete aggregate 10%, 20%, 30% by weight of the conventional coarse aggregate and the concrete cubes were casted by that demolished concrete aggregate then further tests conducted such as workability , compressive strength for that DAC and the result obtained are found to be comparable with the conventional concrete. 2 ...

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Recycling of Brick Aggregate Concrete as Coarse

An extensive investigation was carried out for recycling of demolished brick aggregate concrete as coarse aggregate. For this, demolished concrete blocks were collected from 33 different building sites of different ages and broken into pieces as coarse aggregate.

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Utilization of Demolish Brick and Marble Waste in

2017-7-28  To compare the performance of concrete with brick marble waste as coarse aggregate partial replacement and conventional concrete. To study the utilization of demolished waste as a replacement of natural coarse aggregate. 2 METHODOLOGY In this

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Mechanical properties of recycled concrete with

2018-6-1  Effect of replacement rate of coarse aggregate on the strength of hardened concrete is examined. ... Currently, most of the demolished bricks are used by landfills, which not only are very costing but also can cause environmental problems. Research on the use of recycled brick aggregate (RBA) starts in the late of 1990s ...

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for ...

2018-10-16  Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for Preparation of Concrete Sankarsan Mohanty. Concrete is considered the world’s most used construction material. Typical concrete mixtures are comprised of water, sand, cement and an aggregate of rock. This civil project focuses on the coarse aggregate

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Demolished brick masonry as a replacement of river sand

2018-11-27  This article investigates the suitability of demolished brick masonry as an alternative to river sand. Properties of Cement and cement lime mortar with 0%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50% and 100% replacement of natural sand with demolished brick masonry is investigated.

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Volume 6, Issue 9, March 2017 A Study on Demolished ...

2020-5-8  .Demolished waste includes concrete blocks which can be recycled into stone aggregates through pre-screening, crushing, screening and separating of aggregate. The experimental investigations are carried out to evaluate the effect of partial replacement of coarse aggregate by demolished waste on compressive strength and

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USE OF BUILDING DEMOLISHED WASTE AS COARSE

2019-4-21  2.2 Aggregate The size of the coarse aggregate used is kept fairly uniform in size (most common is size 89, or 3/8 inch) to minimize surface roughness and for a better aesthetic. The use of the pervious concrete will dictate the size of the aggregate used, and sizes can vary from ¼-inch to ½-inch (6.35mm-12.7mm) in size.

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON EFFECT OF

2018-7-6  and retained on 4.75 were used as coarse aggregate. b)Grit-when crushing was done ,aggregate of various sizes were obtained .out of that,materials passing from 4.75mm and retained on 2 mm IS sieve were used as fine aggregate. Test performed on Aggregate as per IS 2386-1963. a) Specific gravity of aggregate-IS code 2386 (part III)-1963

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ISSN 2091-2730 EFFECT OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

2015-9-2  replacement of coarse aggregate. The Compaction factor observed as 0.92, 0.899, 0.88, 0.87 and 0.85 with varying percentage replacement of coarse aggregate by Jhama class brick bat as 0%, 20%, 40%, 60% and 80% respectively. The compressive strength of

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Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with

2018-1-24  the demolished concrete aggregate 10%, 20%, 30% by weight of the conventional coarse aggregate and the concrete cubes were casted by that demolished concrete aggregate then further tests conducted such as workability , compressive strength for that DAC and the result obtained are found to be comparable with the conventional concrete. 2 ...

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Top ways to replace coarse aggregate with demolished

2019-7-27  Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Demolished Waste Vinay Raj. The use of building materials has been changing every year. Materials like molded earth brick stones, Timber, Steel, Aluminium, PVC which are less in cost and locally

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Recycling of Brick Aggregate Concrete as Coarse Aggregate

Recycling of Brick Aggregate Concrete as Coarse Aggregate. An extensive investigation was carried out for recycling of demolished brick aggregate concrete as coarse aggregate. For this, demolished concrete blocks were collected from 33 different building sites of different ages and broken into pieces as coarse aggregate.

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Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for ...

2018-10-16  Replacement of Coarse Aggregates with Jhamma Bricks for Preparation of Concrete Sankarsan Mohanty. Concrete is considered the world’s most used construction material. Typical concrete mixtures are comprised of water, sand, cement and an aggregate of rock. This civil project focuses on the coarse aggregate

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Recycling of Demolished Concrete

2021-7-15  Recycling of Demolished Concrete Abstract This paper investigates the possibility of recycling of demolished concrete blocks made with brick aggregates as coarse aggregate. For this, demolished concrete blocks from 33 different sites were collected and crushed into coarse aggregates. As virgin aggregate, first class brick aggregates (normal

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AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL

2018-3-24  demolished buildings and the wastes obtained from the tile industries. The use of these tile aggregates as partial replacement in coarse aggregate in concrete has positive effect on the environment and obtainin g lower costs since the tile aggregates are easy to obtain. Their cost

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Mechanical properties of recycled concrete with

This paper presents an experimental investigation on the effect of the replacement of natural coarse aggregate (NCA) with either recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) or recycled clay brick aggregate (RBA) on the compressive strengths of the hardened concrete. Two grades (C25 and C50) of concrete were investigated, which were achieved by using different water-to-cement ratios.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

2018-11-5  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 Fly ash is a black finely divided residue resulting from the combustion of ...

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Replacement of recycled coarse aggregates with natural ...

2016-7-18  once we replace natural coarse aggregate (NCA) with recycled coarse aggregates (RCA). The percentages of replacement will be 0%, 50% and 100%. The test and design is as per Indian standard codes. The concrete cubes are designed for M30 as per Indian standard codes. Keywords: recycle coarsed aggregates, cube testing, NCA, concrete strength. 1.

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Use Of Crushed Bricks As Coarse Aggregate In Concrete ...

The investigation reported in this paper is carried out to study the feasibility of using crushed bricks to substitute the coarse aggregate (gravel) in concrete. Two types of concrete mixing are prepared. The first one is a mixture of 1:2:4 without crushed bricks and is used as a reference mixture .The second one is made of different weight of crushed bricks (as a percentage from the weight of ...

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