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(PDF) Ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in the production

The size for coarse aggregate ceramic waste was 14-20 mm. The compressive strength result varied from 4 to 21 MPa and the slump value was between 30-60 mm. The result showed that the concrete mixes containing recycled ceramic waste aggregates achieved strength levels between 80 to 95 per cent compared to the conventional concrete.

(PDF) THE EFFECT OF CERAMIC WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATE

Ceramic tile waste (5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25%) by weight of coarse aggregate were used for concrete production. The mechanical properties were measured at 7

The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

incorporating ceramic aggregates have compressive strength higher than that of conventional concrete. Halickaet al. [5] used ceramic sanitary ware waste as coarse aggregate in concrete mixes. Thescanning electron microscopy of the ceramic particles revealed the porosity of their structure.

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

Use of Waste Ceramic Tile Aggregates as an Alternative

Tests for compressive strength of specimen were carried out at different ages of concrete. From different test results, we concluded that in M-20 and M-25 mixes up to 20% replacement of normal 20 mm coarse aggregate with waste ceramic tile aggregates, there is no significant effect on compressive strength of concrete except M-30 mix.

EFFECTS OF CERAMIC TILE WASTE AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT

usage of waste materials in concrete production is very much helpful to reach the goal of the sustainable construction. Aggregates consist of 70% to 75% of volume of concrete. So reduce the consumption of natural aggregates, waste ceramic tile or crushed tiles as coarse aggregates can be used as in the field of sustainable concrete.

A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH CERAMIC

The materials used are cement (OPC of grade 53), river sand, coarse aggregate, ceramic waste and potable water available in the campus. The collected waste ceramic tiles were crushed into aggregates using Jaw crusher available in the laboratory (Fig. 2). Figure 2 Ceramic waste aggregate 6. TESTS ON PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED

(PDF) THE EFFECT OF CERAMIC WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATE

Ceramic tile waste (5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25%) by weight of coarse aggregate were used for concrete production. The mechanical properties were measured at 7

Use of Waste Ceramic Tile Aggregates as an Alternative

Tests for compressive strength of specimen were carried out at different ages of concrete. From different test results, we concluded that in M-20 and M-25 mixes up to 20% replacement of normal 20 mm coarse aggregate with waste ceramic tile aggregates, there is no significant effect on compressive strength of concrete except M-30 mix.

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

Ceramic tiles waste as coarse aggregates partial

In accordance with conservation efforts, this research focuses on ceramic tile waste as partial coarse aggregates replacement for concrete production, prevention of environmental pollution with considering the elements of sustainable and cost-saving construction projects, especially material usage. Moreover, many of the construction industry in Malaysia produce construction waste that

EFFECTS OF CERAMIC TILE WASTE AS PARTIAL

usage of waste materials in concrete production is very much helpful to reach the goal of the sustainable construction. Aggregates consist of 70% to 75% of volume of concrete. So reduce the consumption of natural aggregates, waste ceramic tile or crushed tiles as coarse aggregates can be used as in the field of sustainable concrete.

Effect of waste ceramic tiles as a partial replacement of

Jan 01, 2019 Hence, the crushed waste ceramic tiles were used in concrete as a replacement for natural coarse aggregates with 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% 20% and 25% of substitution. After analyzing results, the optimum value of waste ceramic tile to be used within the concrete mix with a water/cement ratio of 0.5 was determined as about 20%.

Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For

The evaluation of ceramic waste for use as a replacement of cement material begins with the concrete testing. Concrete contains cement, water, fineaggregate, coarse aggregate and grit. With the control concrete, i.e. 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% of the cement is replaced with ceramic waste,the data from the ceramic waste is

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE BY PARTIAL

ceramic tile waste as partial coarse aggregates replacement towards compressive strength of concrete. viii) To determine the water absorption of ceramic aggregate concrete containing various content of ceramic tile as partial coarse aggregates replacement material. ix)

Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in

The potential of recycled ceramic waste as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete has been investigated. The recycle ceramic waste as aggregate was used. Concrete mixes with a 28 days characteristic strength of 20 MPa had prepared using water/cement ratio of 0.4, 0.5 and 0.7. The strength development of the concrete mixes containing

Performance of Recycled Ceramic Waste as Aggregates in

for ceramic waste and granite aggregate are given in Table 2 below. From the results, it was found that the ceramic waste aggregates fulfilled all the minimum requirements. An asphalt binder of 80/100 penetration grade was used for the mixture preparation. The results are in compliance with the road specification requirements.

Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic Waste

Ceramic waste found suitable as a substitution for fine and coarse aggregate and partial substitution in cement production [2]. Ceramic waste can be used as a filler material in flexible pavement [3]The ongoing research has interest in ceramic waste from different ceramic based industry which includes wall floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and

THE EVALUATION OF CERAMIC WASTE AS PARTIAL

iii DECLARATION I hereby declare that the work in this dissertation entitled “The Evaluation of Ceramic Waste as Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Hot Mix Asphalt” was carried out by me in the Department of Civil Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

(PDF) Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

Ceramic waste aggregates (CWAs) fired ceramic wastes which are produced in stoneware ceramic used in this study (Fig. 1a) were mainly ceramic floor and wall (wall, floor tiles and sanitary ware). Meanwhile during ceramic tiles, obtained from construction and demolitions sites within production, studies have shown that about 30% of the mate- Ota

Ceramic waste SlideShare

Mar 30, 2016 Result In Ceramic Waste Different proportions of waste ceramic are use as course aggregate in cement concrete to determine the compressive strength. Compressive Strength Ceramic waste as aggregate Replace by 10% of aggregate 7 days test result 28 days test result Sample 1 620 KN Sample 2 600 KN Sample 3 605 KN

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

Ceramic tiles waste as coarse aggregates partial

In accordance with conservation efforts, this research focuses on ceramic tile waste as partial coarse aggregates replacement for concrete production, prevention of environmental pollution with considering the elements of sustainable and cost-saving construction projects, especially material usage. Moreover, many of the construction industry in Malaysia produce construction waste that

Experimental Investigation Of Using Ceramic Waste As A

Various other uses for lightweight aggregates are discussed that contribute to an environmentally friendly world. Keywords: Experimental, Investigation, Using Ceramic Waste, Coarse Aggregate, Light Weight Concrete 1 INTRODUCTION Lightweight aggregates can fill many roles that will make human activity more environmentally responsible.

ceramic waste as coarse aggregates and quarry dust as fine

Concrete With Ceramic Waste And Quarry Dust AggregatesThis research focuses on a study of the strength of concrete with ceramic waste as coarse aggregate and qu

Literature Review on Different Waste Materials Use in

The potential of recycled ceramic waste as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete has been investigated. The recycle ceramic waste as aggregate was used. Concrete mixes with a 28 days characteristic strength of 20 MPa had prepared using water/cement ratio of 0.4, 0.5 and 0.7. The strength development of the concrete mixes containing

Ceramic waste SlideShare

Mar 30, 2016 Result In Ceramic Waste Different proportions of waste ceramic are use as course aggregate in cement concrete to determine the compressive strength. Compressive Strength Ceramic waste as aggregate Replace by 10% of aggregate 7 days test result 28 days test result Sample 1 620 KN Sample 2 600 KN Sample 3 605 KN

Performance of Recycled Ceramic Waste as Aggregates in

for ceramic waste and granite aggregate are given in Table 2 below. From the results, it was found that the ceramic waste aggregates fulfilled all the minimum requirements. An asphalt binder of 80/100 penetration grade was used for the mixture preparation. The results are in compliance with the road specification requirements.

(PDF) Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

Ceramic waste aggregates (CWAs) fired ceramic wastes which are produced in stoneware ceramic used in this study (Fig. 1a) were mainly ceramic floor and wall (wall, floor tiles and sanitary ware). Meanwhile during ceramic tiles, obtained from construction and demolitions sites within production, studies have shown that about 30% of the mate- Ota

Influence of Varied Waste Ceramic Fillers on the Re

Jan 29, 2021 industry waste as coarse aggregate. Constr. Build. Mater. 2012, 31, 112–118. [CrossRef] Katzer, J. Durability characteristics of concrete mixture based on red ceramic waste aggregate. Sustainability 2020, 12, 8890. [CrossRef] 23. Domski, J.; Katzer, J. Comprehensive approach to evaluation of mechanical properties of waste aggregate

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Crushed waste ceramic tiles, crushed waste ceramic tile powder and Granite powder are used as a replacement to the coarse aggregates and fine aggregate. The ceramicwaste crushed tiles were partially replaced in place of coarse aggregates by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%.Granite powder and ceramic tile powder were

STUDIES ON STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS ON UTILIZATION

ceramic waste coarse aggregate are lower by 3.8, 18.2 and 6% respectively when compared to conventional concrete[2]. J.de Brito. A.S. Pereira, J.R. Correia (2005) suggested ceramic tile aggregates can be used in elements in which the primary requirement is not compressive strength. However, it can be used in members

Characterization of ceramic waste aggregate concrete

tion, while the ceramic waste aggregates were mixed in air-dry condition to control its low water absorption [15]. Methods The ceramic tile wastes and natural aggregates were thor-oughly cleansed to get rid of debris from the materials. A 1:2:4 concrete mix of cement, fine and coarse aggregates was adopted, and batching was conducted by weight.

(PDF) Ceramic waste in concrete-A Review

A coarse aggregate replacement scheme in concrete is investigated with three different waste ceramic tile materials in replacement ratios including 20%, 25%, 35%, 50%, 65%, 75%, 80% and 100%.

Replacement of Coarse and Fine Aggregate by waste

copper slag as 20%, 40% and 60% and coarse aggregate with waste ceramic tiles as 10%, 20% and 30%.M40 grade of concrete was used. Compressive strength increased by 7.59N/mm 2 at a combination of 40% copper slag with 10% waste ceramic tiles and also Flexure increased by 4.07%. M.Roobini et al. (2015) determined the development strength