Effect of using selected industrial waste on compressive ...

Malek Batayneh et al showed use of selected materials in concrete mixes. The waste materials consisted of glass, plastics and demolished concrete and were used as replacement materials for fine and coarse aggregate. The tests included workability test, unit weight, compressive strength and flexural strength.

Green Concrete: Its Application, Advantages & Disadvantages

Green concrete is an environment centered thinking concept as far as concrete is concerned. It considers every aspect starting from raw materials to its manufacture, concrete mix design and ultimately the structural design, construction, and service life It is made with the use of waste …

Partially Replacement of Fine Aggregate with GGBS - ssrg ...

fine aggregate mining and waste disposal of slag. The percentage of ... Keywords - GGBS, Workability, Compressive strength, ... aggregates derived from construction and demolition wastes, recycled aggregates and quarry wastes. These.

An experimental study on the strength properties of ...

achieving the strength. GGBS and glasses are the waste merchandise. Therefore, the disposal problem of stuff is solved aspect by way of aspect the saving of cement and sand will be done. There will be environmental and the economic benefits from the utilize of recycled waste glasses and GGBS to concrete production.

Sulfate Resistance of Recycled Aggregate Concrete with GGBS ...

The object of this work was to develop a green concrete with an improved sulfate resistance. In this new type of concrete, recycled aggregates from construction and demolition (C&D) waste were used as coarse aggregates, and granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) and fly ash-based geopolymer were used to totally replace the cement in concrete.

Recycling demolished concrete waste | The Daily Star

By recycling demolished concrete waste in new construction works, it is possible to (i) solve the environmental problems related to the production of natural aggregate and (ii) solve the disposal ...

(PDF) Cost Effective ECO-friendly Concrete Made by ...

concrete such as demolished waste concr ete is regarded as . ... (2012) Estimation of GGBS and HVF A Strength Efficiencies in . Concrete with Age ISSN: 2249 – 8958 [3] Saud Al-Otaibi. Durability ...

Experimental Investigation of Concrete using Partial ...

The compressive strength development of GGBS concrete depends primarily upon the type, fineness, activity index, and the proportions of slag used in concrete mixtures.The testing was done in the compression testing machine and the failure load was noted and the cube compressive strength was determined at 3, 7, 28 and 56 days of curing period ...

PDF Study of Properties of Concrete using GGBS and Recycled ...

concrete waste materials from demolished building can provide a solution to this problem. Landfills are becoming ... GGBS concrete has slightly slower strength development at early ages. At 7 days GGBS concretes will have 50 to 60% of its characteristic strength compared. At 28 days GGBS concrete may fully

ISSN: 2456-9992 A Study On Strength Properties Of Concrete ...

The compressive strength of recycled aggregate concrete made with 10, 20 and 30% GGBS ranges from 41.77 to 34.37 MPa. From the Experimental Results it is clear that the compressive strength of concrete made with 40% RCA and 20% GGBS shows higher compressive …

Properties and composition of recycled aggregates from ...

Recycled aggregates. Construction and demolition waste. Concrete. Contaminants ... clear that GGBS is most beneficial if it is used as cement replace- ment, since ... varying compressive strength and subjected to similar recycling procedures ...

Rate of Strength Gain of Concrete | Concrete Strength Over ...

In concrete practice the strength of concrete is characterized by the 28 day value and some other properties are also related to the 28 day strength. After 28 days, different tests are usually performed to determine the strength gain of the concrete.

Flexural Behavior of Beams Incorporating GGBS as Partial ...

Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS) is obtained as waste product from the Iron industries, Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBS or GGBFS) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product of iron and steel-making) from a blast furnace in water or steam, to produce a glassy, granular product that is then dried and ground into a fine powder.

Utilization of iron and steel slag in building construction - AIP ...

wastes from demolished concrete, industrial wastes like copper slag, fly ash, eco sand ... strength and high performance concrete, and brings environmental and ...

Studies on Strength and Related Properties of Concrete ...

The present study addresses the global concern of sustainability in building and construction engineering and how to an extent the use of demolished aggregate wastes in concrete production contributes towards ameliorating or minimizing the problem. The influence of demolished aggregate waste on the mechanical strength and stiffness of concrete are examined from the standpoint of the ...

Replacement of Aggregates by Industrial Waste Steel Slag ...

Wu Xiaand Wang (2006): Study on Strength and Bond Characteristics of GGBS Concrete,Engineering Materials, Environmental Ecology and Technology of concrete, vol. 302-303, 561-566. Oner and Akyuz (2007): An experimental study on optimum usage of GGBS for the compressive strength of concrete, Cement and concrete composites, vol. 29, 505-514.

(PDF) Evaluation of C02 emissions for green concrete with ...

Without compromising strength and durability of concrete, waste materials can be added as a partial replacement of cement in concrete. ... the green concrete by using the by-product GGBS, recycled ...

Study of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag as Fine Aggregates ...

The increase of compressive strength of concrete is 10.04 % and 16.54% after 7 and 28 days by ... addition of GGBS does not improve the compressive strength. The early strength of GGBS concretes was lower ... various alternatives such as quarry dust, wastes from demolished concrete, industrial wastes like copper slag, eco sand etc have been ...

Study of Properties of Concrete using GGBS and Recycled ...

GGBS is used to make durable concrete structures in combination with ordinary Portland cement. GGBS concrete has slightly slower strength development at early ages. At 7 days GGBS concretes will have 50 to 60% of its characteristic strength compared. At 28 days GGBS concrete may fully

An Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by ...

Dec 12, 2017 · Various combination of GGBS and Quarry Dust were prepared using M30 Grade of Concrete.The effect on these replacement materials on Compressive Strength, Split Tensile Strength, Flexural Strength, Modulus of Elasticity and Water Absorption were studied and the results obtained were compared with the Control Concrete.

Structures – concrete - WRAP

either preconsumer waste from concrete production (precast or ready mix concrete plants) or from demolition projects such as ... higher strength concrete. For example cement replacement is considered to ... pfa and ggbs in concrete. BS EN 197-1:2000 (Composition, specifications and conformity criteria for

Effect of Replacement of GGBS and Fly Ash with Cement in ...

The tests were conducted with partial replacement of GGBS at different percentages of 0, 10, 15, 20 and 25% and with FA at different percentage of 0, 5, 7.5, 10, 12.5 and 15% by the dry weight of cement. Tests on workability and compressive strength were carried out on concrete mixes prepared at different percentages of GGBS and FA.

Slag waste incorporation in high early strength concrete ...

This paper investigates the effects of incorporating slag waste (Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag; GGBS) as cement replacement in high early strength concrete. GGBS was used in various replacement ratios and resulting properties of the developed concretes were evaluated.

TO STUDY STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF PAVEMENT QUALITY ...

Maximum strength values are obtained when 20% GGBS +15% Metakaolin is partially replaced with cement and Waste Medicine Wrappers is replaced with 10% Fine aggregates. Higher strength developed at optimum mix M2 due to pozzolonic reaction in concrete and

TO STUDY STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF PAVEMENT …

Maximum strength values are obtained when 20% GGBS +15% Metakaolin is partially replaced with cement and Waste Medicine Wrappers is replaced with 10% Fine aggregates. Higher strength developed at optimum mix M2 due to pozzolonic reaction in concrete and