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Optimal Composition of Blended Waste Ceramic Aggregate

2014]. In order to utilize waste ceramic aggregate for production of structural concrete a new approach to its composition is needed. In authors’ opinion different waste ceramic aggregates should be blended together (e.g. red waste ceramic aggregate RWCA and white waste ceramic aggregate WWCA) to

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(PDF) Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

Dec 01, 2016· It is an effective way to recycle waste ceramic, and the consumption of recycled ceramic aggregate could reach from 26.9% to 47.6% of the total weight of aggregate in producing concrete. View Show

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Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

Dec 01, 2018· The ceramic waste pieces were crushed and sieved into required aggregate sizes,using a mechanical metal hammer and British Standard sieves respectively. As a result of the crushing process and the brittle nature of the CWA, they were angular in shape [13],and also the surface texture appeared rougher than that of sand and normal granite.

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(PDF) Using ceramic sanitary ware waste as concrete aggregate

The chemical composition of tested aggregate presented on the. concerning possible use of sanitary ceramic waste aggregate. for the manufacture the concrete elements intended to work.

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(PDF) Properties of concretes produced with waste ceramic

Cement and Concrete Composition, 31 (2009) 601-5. 6. The compressive strength of the mixes with 40% and 70% ceramic waste aggregate at 28

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CERAMIC TILES WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATES PARTIAL

2.2 Ceramic Waste As partial Replacement for Course Aggregate Concrete Production 4 2.2.1 Properties of Ceramic Coarse Aggregates 5 2.2.2 Properties of Concrete That Were Made from Ceramic Waste Coarse Aggregate 6 2.2.3 Type Of Ceramic Waste 9 2.2.4 Other Application of Ceramic waste substitution 9 2.3 Aggregates 10

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Aggregate Selection for Concrete

These values were within the permissible limits according to IS 383-1970, hence it was safe to use as a coarse aggregate in concrete composition. Paulo Cachim (2009) Paulo Cachim studied on usage of ceramic aggregate, collected from ceramic industrial waste. Water absorption of waste from two different sources was 15.81 and 18.91% respectively.

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(PDF) CERAMIC TILE WASTE AS A WASTE MANAGEMENT

A possible solution is the employment of ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate in structural concrete. Therefore, the mechanical properties of this new mix of concrete have to be assessed.

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Properties and composition of recycled aggregates from

Aug 29, 2014· The use of plastic waste as a natural aggregate substitute in concrete is a relatively recent concept. One of the first significant reviews on the use of waste plastic in concrete [51] focused on the advantages and financial benefits of such use, besides its effects on the physical and mechanical properties.

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(PDF) Re-Use of Ceramic Wastes in Construction

has found that the chemical and mineralogical composition of ceramic masonry rubble . 3.- Ceramic waste as recycled aggregate . 3.1. Introduction Antecedents .

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Optimal Composition of Blended Waste Ceramic Aggregate

2014]. In order to utilize waste ceramic aggregate for production of structural concrete a new approach to its composition is needed. In authors’ opinion different waste ceramic aggregates should be blended together (e.g. red waste ceramic aggregate RWCA and white waste ceramic aggregate WWCA) to

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Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

of 4 mm and granulometric modulus of 2.24, ceramic waste coarse aggregates of granulometric modulus of 6.88, ceramic fine aggregate of granulometric modulus of 2.20, and portable water. The water absorption percentages for ceramic and gran-ite, which were obtained from an initial study [12], were 0.55% and 0.23% respectively.

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Reuse of Ceramic Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

Ceramic waste is durable, hard and highly resistant to Biological, Chemical and Physical degradation forces. Ceramic tile aggregate are hard having considered value of specific gravity, rough surface on one side and smooth on other side, are lighter in weight than normal stone aggregates. Using ceramic tiles as aggregate in concrete

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Properties and composition of recycled aggregates from

Aug 29, 2014· The use of plastic waste as a natural aggregate substitute in concrete is a relatively recent concept. One of the first significant reviews on the use of waste plastic in concrete [51] focused on the advantages and financial benefits of such use, besides

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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

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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE WITH

This research was carried out to establish the suitability of ceramic waste tile as aggregate for concrete production. Ceramic waste tile originate from broken, scrap and leftover tiles. The replacement proportion was 100% for both fine and coarse natural aggregates. A total number of 100 cubes were cast using nominal mix ratio of 1:2:4 with

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Chemical Resistance of Concrete with Ceramic Waste

The ceramic waste aggregate concrete shows good resistance to the chemical attacks such as sulphate attack and chloride attack by preventing permeation of these chemicals. The compressive strength of the ceramic waste aggregate concrete is better and there is no considerable change in compressive strength before and after chemical attack.

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Effect of Crushed Waste Ceramic Tiles (CWCT) as Partial

Mar 31, 2018· The reuse of crushed waste ceramic tiles as a substitute for fine aggregate in concrete has been investigated in this study. Waste ceramic tiles obtained from building demolition sites and left-overs from new building sites were used. The crushed waste ceramic tiles were substituted in place of fine aggregates in the following percentages (0%, 20%, 25%, 30% 35% and 40%) in the concrete mix.

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Recycling ceramic waste powder and its usage as an

composition. The CWP particles shape and surface texture were examined using scanning electron microscope (SEM). The chemical composition of CWP material was accomplished using X-ray fluorescence (XRF) technique. Furthermore, morphology and mineralogical configuration of ceramic waste material were

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A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH CERAMIC

Figure 1 Ceramic waste from C&D waste Coimbatore city municipal corporation says that population of the city is 10.09 lakhs and the quantity of garbage generated is 601 MT/day. In that about 2% of ceramic waste are included. 4. OBJECTIVES • To replace fine aggregate in concrete by using ceramic waste in various proportions (0%, 25%, 50% and 75%)

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Utilization of ceramic waste as fine aggregate within

Crushed ceramic waste was used as a substitute for some part of aggregate Correia et al, 2006;Binici, 2007;Guerra et al., 2009; Torkittikul & Chaipanich, 2010; Senthamarai et al., 2011;Medina et

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Microstructure and properties of recycled concretes using

Jun 01, 2012· The chemical composition of this ceramic waste was similar to that of other ceramic materials. The internal part was composed mainly of SiO 2, Al 2 O 3 and Fe 2 O 3, which constituted 93.81% of the total, whilst in the external part the proportion of the previous components dropped to 68.24%, with zircon (ZrO 2) representing 12.62% and calcium oxide (CaO) comprising 11.80%.

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Effect of ceramic waste powder as partial fine aggregate

Aswin et al 12 used ceramic waste powder (CWP) by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% replaced by weight of cement. The results showed an enhancement in compressive strength when a 40% of ceramic waste was used. Ramadevi 13 studied the concrete properties including ceramic waste with 0%, 25%, 50%, and 75% replaced by weight of fine aggregate. Results

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Use of Waste Ceramic Tile Aggregates as an Alternative

Pinchatorkittikul and arnonchaipanich experimented that use of ceramic waste as fine aggregates in concrete composition and concluded that the density of concrete casted with 100 percent ceramic waste aggregates was 2.31 g/cm3 which is 0.07 g/cm3 lower than with respect to conventional controlled 28 days concrete due to low specific gravity and

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