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29/08/2020· Durability tests were conducted for 40% steel slag replaced concrete. The weight and strength loss in cubes after immersion in salt (NaCl), acid (HCl) and sulphate (MgSO4) was very low. So the concrete with partial replacement of fine and coarse aggregate by steel slag and walnut shell shows better resistance in salt, acid and sulphate. •

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Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate Using Steel Slag

Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate Using Steel Slag 1Gaurav Desai, 2Prem Lohakare, 3 “Use of Iron Slag as Partial Replacement of Sand to Concrete”, International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR), Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2014 1877ISSN: 2278 7798, pp 1877-1880. [2] V. Subathra Devi, B. K. Gnanavel,“ Properties of Concrete Manufactured using Steel

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Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Slag Sand

Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Slag Sand 20 and 30 of iron slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate sand were cast into cubes for testing. 23. 3 In this study to make concrete cement and fine aggregate were first mixed dry to uniform colour and then coarse aggregate was added and mixed with the mixture of cement and fine aggregates

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partial replacement of fine aggregate by slag sand

(PDF) Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate Therefore, it is recommended that up to 40–50% (by weight of sand) of copper slag can be used as a replacement for fine aggregates in order to obtain a concrete with good strength and durability. A CASE STUDY ON COPPER SLAG AS PARTIAL

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Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with GGBS

its feasibility in use of it as a partial replacement to sand (or Fine Aggregate). Blast furnace slag is a by-product of iron manufacturing industry. The molten slag has a composition of 30% to 40% silicon dioxide (SiO 2) and approximately 40% CaO, which is close to the chemical composition of Portland cement. After the molten iron tapped off, the remaining molten slag, which mainly consists

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Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of

Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Natural Fine Aggregate by Steel Slag and Natural Coarse Aggregate by Waste Limestone Aggregate in Cement Concrete Md Zeeshan1 Prof. Rohan S Gurav2 Prof. Brij Bhushan S3 Prof. Maneeth P D4 1M. Tech Student 2,3,4Assistant Professor 1,2,3,4Department of Construction Technology 1,2,3,4VTU Regional Center Gulbarga, Karnataka,

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The Behaviour of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Fine

The compressive strength for partial replacement of fine aggregate with copper slag increased in the order of 13.3%, 5.03%, 3.39% & 2.03% for 10%, 20%, 30% & 40% partial replacements respectively and decreased by 11% for 50% partial replacement with respect to control specimen. 2.

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STEEL SLAG AS REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE IN TERMS OF

steel slag to evaluate the effectiveness of the use of steel slag as a partial replacement in sand To replace Sand with various percentages 10, 20, 30, 40% of steel slag waste in M25, M30 & M35 concrete. Investigation have been carried out to study the effect of steel slag on various property of concrete like compressive, split tensile, flexural strength. KEYWORDS: Steel Slag, Flexure Strength

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Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

The concrete was prepared for the M 25 grade concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag with various percentages of 0%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The specimens were casted for 7days, 14 days and 28 days then tested. The results are presented above.

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Utilization of Copper Slag in M-Sand as Partial

investigation carried out on concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, Concretemixes, viz. Conventional concrete mixes with varying percentages of copper slag (10, 20, 30 and 40%) as fine aggregate replacement material were investigated. The compressive strength test was carried out on 4

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Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Slag Sand

Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Slag Sand. 20 and 30 of iron slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate sand were cast into cubes for testing. 23. 3 In this study to make concrete cement and fine aggregate were first mixed dry to uniform colour and then coarse aggregate was added and mixed with the mixture of cement and fine aggregates . Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of

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Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with GGBS

its feasibility in use of it as a partial replacement to sand (or Fine Aggregate). Blast furnace slag is a by-product of iron manufacturing industry. The molten slag has a composition of 30% to 40% silicon dioxide (SiO 2) and approximately 40% CaO, which is close to the chemical composition of Portland cement. After the molten iron tapped off, the remaining molten slag, which mainly consists

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Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate Ambrish E1, Dhavamani Doss S2 concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag with various percentages of 0%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The specimens were casted for 7days, 14 days and 28 days then tested. The results are presented above. V. REFERENCES [1] Al-Jabri, K. and Makoto Hisada. “Copper slag as sand replacement

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Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Fine

partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag on the various strength properties of concrete by using the mix design of M20 grade. Test specimen with 0, 10, 20, 30, 40&50% of partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag were cast and tested for compressive strength after curing period of 7 days & 28 days. Based on these

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The behaviour of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Fine

A. Partial replacement of Sand with Copper slag results 1) Slump Cone Test Slump cone test was conducted to determine the workability of concrete. Fig. 2:Variation of slump a) Description of Result From Fig 2, the variation of slump for the partial replacement of Fine aggregate with copper slag increased in the order of 54, 57, 62, 64 & 67 mm for 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% &40% proportions and

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Study on Strength of High Performance Concrete by Partial

Study on Strength of High Performance Concrete by Partial Replacement . of Fine Aggregate by Copper Slag. J.Vengadesh Marshall Raman. 1, R.Rajesh. 2, P.Sabari Velswaran. 3 . 1 . R&D Coordinator, 2,3 . Student, Department of Civil Engineering Mailam Engineering College, Mailam, Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu 604 304, India. ABSTRACT . The present experimental work

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Use of Iron Slag as Partial Replacement of Sand to Concrete

20% and 30%) of iron slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate (sand) were cast into cubes for testing. 23.13 In this study, to make concrete, cement and fine aggregate were first mixed dry to uniform colour and then coarse aggregate was added and mixed with the mixture of cement and fine aggregates. Water was then added and the whole mass mixed. The interior surface of the moulds and the

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Steel Slag as a Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate In

Steel Slag as a Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate In Terms of High Strength Concrete Harsh Gupta Department of Civil Engineering, Lakshmi Narain College of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh Pradesh [email protected] [email protected] Anil Kumar Saxena Department of Civil Engineering Lakshmi Narain College of Technology, Bhopal, Madhya Abstract: Construction industry

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Utilization of Copper Slag in M-Sand as Partial

investigation carried out on concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, Concretemixes, viz. Conventional concrete mixes with varying percentages of copper slag (10, 20, 30 and 40%) as fine aggregate replacement material were investigated. The compressive strength test was carried out on 4

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Strength and durability characteristics of conventional

replacement of copper slag as fine aggregate M.Venkateswarlu1, GS Harish Kumar2, B of Copper slag and ferrous slag as partial replacement of sand in Concrete. CS and FS ranging from 0% to 100%. The results indicate that Workability increases with increase in CS and FS percentage. Dr.A.Leema rose and P.Suganya[32] were carried their study on Performance of Copper Slag on

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