Partial Replacement of Cement to Concrete by Marble Dust Powder and threatening both agriculture and public health. Therefore, utilization of the marble dust in various industrial sectors especially the construction, agriculture, glass and paper industries would help to protect the environment.
In this project our main objective is to study the influence of partial replacement of cement with marble powder,and to compare it with the compressive and tensile strength of ordinary M20 concrete. We are also trying to find the percentage of marble powder replaced in concrete that makes the strength of the concrete maximum.
Rakesh Gupta studied on “Partial replacement of cement with marble powder” and concluded that for M 20 grade concrete the compressive strength of cubes are increased with addition of waste marble powder up to 10% replace by weight of cement and further any addition of waste marble powder the compressive strength decreases.
Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in Cement Sand Mix written by Nitisha Sharma, Ravi Kumar published on 2015/05/18 download full article with reference data and citations
Research Paper PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH MARBLE DUST POWDER Prof. P.A. Shirule a*, Ataur Rahman b,Rakesh D. Gupta c Address for Correspondence a*bc Dept. Of Civil Engineering, SSBT’s COET, Bambhori, Jalgaon, Maharashtra 425001 ABSTRACT Leaving the waste materials to the environment directly can cause environmental problem.
Leaving the waste materials to the environment directly can cause environmental problem. Hence the reuse of waste material has been emphasized. Partial replacement of cement by varying percentage of marble dust Powder powder reveals that increased
replacement of cement percentage with marble dust powder increased, and if the consistency of cement increases the water consumption in concrete increases, which produce bleeding of concrete. If percentage of replacement with marble dust powder is increased, the initial setting times of
incorporation of marble powder and stone dust as a partial replacement of cement and natural sand respectively showed significant improvements in the compressive strength of concrete for 10% replacement of marble powder and 20% replacement of stone dust. Key Words: Marble Powder (MP), Stone Dust (SD),
fine aggregate (sand) and cement were partially replaced with Granite powder and marble powder. The replacement is done by 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% of cement by marble powder and 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% of fine aggregate by granite powder to evaluate the effect of presence of these replacement materials on the strength of specimens.
In this paper explained about the behavior of concrete with partial replacement of cement with added percentage values of marble powder and attain required strength. Partial replacement of marble powder in cement accordingly in the range of 20%, 30%, 40%, by weight for M20 grade of concrete.
is examined and marble powder (5%, 10%, 15%, ) as replacement to cement is 6 aggregates and marble powder to cement. The strength properties of concrete are also to be studied for various replacement percentages of marble powder and dredged sand. Different mixtures were produced
Experimental study on partial replacement of cement by Marble Powder & fine aggregate by Quarry Sand P.P.Shanbhag1, V.G.Patwari2 Department of Civil Engineering 1P.G. Student, M.S. Bidve Engineering College, Latur, Maharashtra, India
Influence of limestone waste as partial replacement material for sand and marble powder in concrete properties Article (PDF Available) · December 2012 with 2,027 Reads How we measure 'reads'
curing. The results of the laboratory work showed that replacement of cement with Marble dust powder increases up to 10% for both compressive strength and split tensile strength of concrete. Keywords: Marble Powder, Cement, Compressive Strength, Split Tensile Strength
The concrete mix made using granite powder (GP) and iron powder (IP) as partial replacement of sand showed good workability and fluidity similar to normal concrete mixes. 2. The compressive strength of concrete increased with the addition of granite powder (GP) as partial replacement of sand.
The percentages of granite powder added to replace sand by weight were 0, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25. This attempt has been done due to the exorbitant hike in the price of fine aggregate and its limited availability. KEYWORDS Granite powder- replacement of sand- environmental protection- economical.
Abstract. This paper introduces the study on self-compacting concrete (SCC) using waste marble powder (WMP) as a partial substitution of sand along with waste limestone dust (WLSD) as a partial substitution for cement in addition to sugarcane molasses as an admixture.
Self- Compacti ng Concrete As Fine Aggregat e In Sand 10% Sand 3,7,28 And 56 Days Concrete Mix Produced By Sand As Fine Aggregate Without Waste Marble 10% Replacement Of Sand With Marble Aggregate Caused About 10â€“20% Compressive Strength Decrease In Late Age. Corinaldesi, Moriconi,& Naik, 2010.
This paper reports the experimental study undertaken to investigate the influence of partial replacement of sand with limestone waste (LSW), with marble powder (M.P) as an additive on the concrete properties. The replacement proportion of sand with limestone waste, 25%, 50%, and 75% were practiced in the concrete mixes except in the concrete mix.
Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For Establishing Sustainable Concrete Amitkumar D. Raval1, Dr.Indrajit N. Patel2, Prof. Jayeshkumar Pitroda3 1Student of final year M.E. C E & M, B.V.M. Engineering college, Vallabh Vidyanagar 2 Applied Mechenics Department, BBIT, Vallabh Vidyanagar
Characterization of Marble Powder for Its UW-Milwaukee. Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete, October 5-7, 2005, Toronto, CANADA 10% substitution of sand by the marble powder provided maximum compressive . either cement or sand replacement), and by eventually adding a
0.5 =weight of water/1.472 weight of water=736 ml On the other hand, we need to calculate amount of marble powder by replacing with cement for 5% of marble powder we get the weight as =1.472x.05 =73.6 gms weight of cement required =1.472-73.6 =1.398 Kg amount of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate was similar as previous calculations 10.
cement and sand with marble powder ranging from 5% to 20% at an increment of 5% by weight.. For each replacement value, two classes of concrete, M-35 and M-40, mixes were prepared for both cement and sand replacement cases. The investigation indicates that replacement of cement by marble waste powder for 5% value, in concrete production
paper presentation on cement replacement by marble powder Characterization of marble powder for its use in mortar and concrete A PowerPoint presentation and reground to a fine powder to form Portland cement.
replacement ratio of silica fume with cement content and in case of replacement marble powder with cement content the compressive strength increased by 22.7%, 27.8% at 7, and 28 days at 15% replacement ratio of marble powder with cement content respectively. Keywords: mortar, marble powder, silica fume, compressive strength. 1.
(PDF) USE OF QUARRY DUST AND IRON FILINGS IN . PDF The high cost of construction materials has necessitated the quest for alternative materials. This project is an experimental investigation into the effect of using quarry dust with iron filing as a partial replacement for fine aggregates [sand] in concrete
Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate. Usage of quarry dust as partial replacement to river sand/natural sand further modified by partial replacement of pozzolanic materials like fly ash is receiving more attention these days as their use generally improves the properties of cement/concrete.
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 GENERAL This chapter presents an overview of literature on the various experiments conducted by many authors on the replacement of fine aggregate by quarry dust, manufactured sand and the results thereof highlighting the significance of using the manufactured sand for replacing the natural sand in concrete.
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