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An Experimental Study on Partial IJERT Journal

An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Ggbs and Natural Sand by Quarry Sand in Concrete Chaithra H L1, Pramod K2, Dr. Chandrashekar A3 1PG Student, Dept of Civil Engineering, K V G College of Engineering, Sullia, India 2Assistant Professor, Dept of Civil Engineering, K V G College of Engineering, Sullia, India 3HOD, Dept. of Civil Engineering, K VG College of Engineering

Journals For Ggbs With Quarry Sand greenrevolution.in

International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Vol. 2(10), 2010, 5107-5113 HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE WITH GGBS AND ROBO SAND VENU(2008) studied on the feasibility of the usage of quarry rock dust as hundred percent substitutes for natural sand in concrete. ijest.info/docs/IJEST10-02-10-107.pdfна сайте

THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH PERFORMANCED CONCRETE

To study the properties of concrete by using GGBS and quarry sand. NOVATEUR PUBLICATIONS International Journal Of Research Publications In Engineering And Technology [IJRPET] ISSN: 2454-7875 VOLUME 2, ISSUE 12, Dec. -2016 34 P a g e To study the properties of concrete. Mix Proportions for M 35 Grade Concrete

Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences ISSN: 0974

tensile strength for M40 grade of concrete mixes when 10% GGBS + 10% Metakaolin is replaced with 30% Quarry sand concrete. Hence, the combination of Metakaolin and GGBS with quarry sand concrete will be effective and can be safely used to increase the strength of concrete. KEY WORDS: High performance concrete, Metakaolin, GGBS, Quarry sand

MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE MADE WITH

different percentages of GGBS with natural sand and 50% quarry dust s.no % of GGBS 100% natural sand(N/mm²) 50% quarry dust(N/mm²) 1 20 2.18 2.68 2 30 2.51 2.75 3 40 2.61 2.85 4 50 2.91 3.08 5 60 3.04 3.18 Figure 3 split tensile strength of concrete over different percentages of GGBS with natural sand and 50% quarry dust

Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by

GGBS and sand with Robo sand. The cement has been replaced by GGBS accordingly in the range of 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, and 25% by weight of cement. And River sand has been replaced by Robo sand accordingly in the range of 0%, 10%, 20%, 25%, & 30% by weight of Sand for every replacement of GGBS for M25 grade mix. Concrete cubes were casted and

An Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by

as a replacement of Natural Sand due to its scarcity. The replacement percentages of Cement with GGBS are 20%, 40% and 60% by weight and 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of Quarry Dust are used as a replacement of Natural Sand. Various combinations of GGBS and Quarry Dust were prepared using M30 Grade of Concrete.

Strength and Corrosion Resistance Properties of Ggbs

2. Bulking of sand 11.1% 3. Sieve analysis 2.6 As per IS 383: 1970, the results are within the maximum limits. Quarry Dust-Quarry dust, a byproduct from the crushing process of stones (Blue metal) which is available abundantly from rock quarries at low cost in many areas can be an economical alternative to the river sand.

Strength and Corrosion Resistance Properties of Ggbs

2. Bulking of sand 11.1% 3. Sieve analysis 2.6 As per IS 383: 1970, the results are within the maximum limits. Quarry Dust-Quarry dust, a byproduct from the crushing process of stones (Blue metal) which is available abundantly from rock quarries at low cost in many areas can be an economical alternative to the river sand.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH PERFORMANCED CONCRETE

To study the properties of concrete by using GGBS and quarry sand. NOVATEUR PUBLICATIONS International Journal Of Research Publications In Engineering And Technology [IJRPET] ISSN: 2454-7875 VOLUME 2, ISSUE 12, Dec. -2016 34 P a g e To study the properties of concrete. Mix Proportions for M 35 Grade Concrete

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON WORKABILITY OF

S (2014), “Sustainable Studies on Concrete with GGBS as a Replacement Material in Cement”, Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol 8, No. 3, pp 263-270. 2. B. N. Sangeetha “Effect of Rice Husk Ash and GGBS on Performance of Concrete”. 3. Balamurugan G (2013),” behaviour of concrete on the use of Quarry dust to replace sand an

(PDF) THE EFFECT OF QUARRY DUST WITH CEMENT BY

furnace Slag (GGBS), Fly Ash (PFA), Silica Fumes (SILIC A) incorporates with 1 00% of Quarry Dust (QD) as sand replacement. The usage of 100% QD with OPC+PFA+SILICA (Mix 2)

Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by

GGBS and sand with Robo sand. The cement has been replaced by GGBS accordingly in the range of 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, and 25% by weight of cement. And River sand has been replaced by Robo sand accordingly in the range of 0%, 10%, 20%, 25%, & 30% by weight of Sand for every replacement of GGBS for M25 grade mix. Concrete cubes were casted and

Issue ssue-1 October 2014

International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering appearance. The specific gravity is 3.09. The powder is shown in fig Fig GGBS QUARRY DUST: Getting good Quarry dust free from organic impurities and salts is very difficult in now a day. While adding the Quarry dust to the mix. And the Quarry

Evaluating the properties of controlled low-strength

Portland/GGBS mixes PS Sand The most common fine aggregate found in CLSM is sand. Sand makes up approximately 25% of the CLSM. Its proportion in the mix can vary between 1200kg/m3 and 1840kg/m3. Course aggregates such as gravel are not commonly used in CLSM mixes, as they provide strength to the concrete. However, for

Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust GRD Journals

Table 2: Chemical Properties of Quarry dust Constituents Natural Sand (%) Quarry Dust (%) Test Methods SiO 2 80.75 62.48 IS 4032-1968 Al 2 O 3 10.52 18.73 Fe 2 O 3 1.75 6.54 CaO 3.21 4.83 MgO 0.77 2.56 Na 2 O 1.37 Nil K 2 O 1.23 3.18 TiO 2 Nil 1.21 Loss on ignition 0.37 0.48

(PDF) SOFT SUBGRADE STABILIZATION WITH QUARRY DUST-AN

CONCLUSIONSThe experiment conducted to study the effect of Quarry dust addition on conventional soil reveals the following.1.The addition of the Quarry dust to the soil reduces the clay content and thus increases in the percentage of coarser particles, reduces the Liquid limit by 26.86% and plasticity index by 28.48% of unmodified soil. 2

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

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CEMENT BRICK WITH PARTIAL

A quarry is a place from which dimension stone, rock, construction aggregate, gravel has been excavated from the ground. Quarry dust is the by-product which is formed in the processing of the granite stone which broken down into the coarse aggregate of different size. The quarry rock dust was obtained from local crusher.

Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Cement With

compromising the quality of concrete. Quarry sand is one such material which can be used to replace sand as fine aggregate. The present study is aimed at utilizing Quarry sand as fine aggregate replacing natural sand and also the compressive strength of the water

A STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH

replacement of natural sand by quarry sand and 1.5 % dosage of mixture. Split tensile strength of concrete, when cement is replaced with 40% of GGBS & 60% of quarry dust for maximum dosage of mixture.Flexural strength will be max, if 30% of cement by GGBS & 60% of quarry sand as constant replacement for fine aggregates.

Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with GGBS

4. Sonali K. Gadpalliwar, R. S. Deotale, Abhijeet R. Narde,“To Study the Partial Replacement of Cement by GGBS & RHA and Natural Sand by Quarry Sand In Concrete”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), Volume 11, Issue 2 Ver. II (Mar- Apr. 2014), Pg. No. 69-77. 5.

A STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH

replacement of natural sand by quarry sand and 1.5 % dosage of mixture. Split tensile strength of concrete, when cement is replaced with 40% of GGBS & 60% of quarry dust for maximum dosage of mixture.Flexural strength will be max, if 30% of cement by GGBS & 60% of quarry sand as constant replacement for fine aggregates.

Issue ssue-1 October 2014

International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering appearance. The specific gravity is 3.09. The powder is shown in fig Fig GGBS QUARRY DUST: Getting good Quarry dust free from organic impurities and salts is very difficult in now a day. While adding the Quarry dust to the mix. And the Quarry

Evaluating the properties of controlled low-strength

Portland/GGBS mixes PS Sand The most common fine aggregate found in CLSM is sand. Sand makes up approximately 25% of the CLSM. Its proportion in the mix can vary between 1200kg/m3 and 1840kg/m3. Course aggregates such as gravel are not commonly used in CLSM mixes, as they provide strength to the concrete. However, for

Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Cement With

compromising the quality of concrete. Quarry sand is one such material which can be used to replace sand as fine aggregate. The present study is aimed at utilizing Quarry sand as fine aggregate replacing natural sand and also the compressive strength of the water

Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust GRD Journals

Table 2: Chemical Properties of Quarry dust Constituents Natural Sand (%) Quarry Dust (%) Test Methods SiO 2 80.75 62.48 IS 4032-1968 Al 2 O 3 10.52 18.73 Fe 2 O 3 1.75 6.54 CaO 3.21 4.83 MgO 0.77 2.56 Na 2 O 1.37 Nil K 2 O 1.23 3.18 TiO 2 Nil 1.21 Loss on ignition 0.37 0.48

Experimental Investigation on Strength Ijsart Journal

aggregate with robo sand”, International Journal of Engineering and Science Research, Vol- 6, Issue-6. [2] Karan Verma, P.S.Pajgade (2015) “ Effect of partial replacement of natural sand with crushed sand along with supplementary cementing materials (fly ash and GGBS)”, International Journal of

(PDF) Investigation and Feasibility of Fly Ash and Rise

International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395 -0056 Volume: 03 Issue: 02 Feb-2016 irjet.net p-ISSN: 2395-0072 Investigation and Feasibility of Fly Ash and Rise Husk Ash and Quarry Sand for M-20 Grade Concrete Abhijeet Nardey1, Dr Dilip Mase2, 1 Assistant professor, Department of civil Engineering, RGCER, Nagpur, Maharashtra 2 Structural Consultants

(PDF) SOFT SUBGRADE STABILIZATION WITH QUARRY DUST-AN

CONCLUSIONSThe experiment conducted to study the effect of Quarry dust addition on conventional soil reveals the following.1.The addition of the Quarry dust to the soil reduces the clay content and thus increases in the percentage of coarser particles, reduces the Liquid limit by 26.86% and plasticity index by 28.48% of unmodified soil. 2

Ground granulated blast furnace slag ggbs

May 26, 2016 • Coarse aggregate The crushed course aggregate of 20 mm and 10 mm maximum size obtained from local crushing plant. • GGBS(ground granulated blast furnace slag) GGBS(ground granulated blast furnace slag) is collected from suyog elements india pvt ltd st palej G.I.D.C. conforming to BS9966 used in the study. 11.

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CEMENT BRICK WITH PARTIAL

A quarry is a place from which dimension stone, rock, construction aggregate, gravel has been excavated from the ground. Quarry dust is the by-product which is formed in the processing of the granite stone which broken down into the coarse aggregate of different size. The quarry rock dust was obtained from local crusher.

Environmental Effects of Sand and Gravel Global Journals

the construction industries worldwide. Sand and gravel occur on land, oceans, rivers, streams, flood plains or hills (Kondolf et al., 2008). An increase in demand for sand and gravel for construction purposes has placed immense pressure on sand and gravel resources. Therefore, the extraction of these two important

Mitigation of H2S Emissions by Recycling Discarded Gypsum

(GGBS) + cement; comprised the binder. Additional mixtures were produced with soda ash as an activator, to activate the ternary binder blend, and the results were compared with those without soda ash. Quarry dust fines were used in total replacement to natural river sand. About seventy four to eighty seven percent by

An experimental investigation on the properties of

of quarry waste fine aggregate in concrete mixtures. Misra Tensile Strength of Normal Concrete with GGBS 5.3. Normal Concrete with Robo Sand Sand was replaced with the Robo Sand in different proportions such as 25, 50, 75 & 100%. International Journal of Applied Research Sand

Experimental Investigation on Fly Ash Arc Journals

Experimental Investigation on Fly Ash Bricks Incorporating M-Sand and GGBS International Journal of Constructive Research in Civil Engineering (IJCRCE) Page 3 Table3. Mix Ratios for bricks Mix ID GGBS Fly ash Cement M-sand M1 0.75 0.15 0.1 2 M2 0.6 0.3 0.1 2 M3 0.45 0.45 0.1 2 M4 0.3 0.6 0.1 2 2.3.