EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE USING SEA SAND

2016-9-9  This study is to experiment the suitability to use beach/sea sand as a substitute for river sand as fine aggregate for concrete. Keywords: Concrete, Sea sand and Fine aggregate. 1. INTRODUCTION . Sand is a unique raw material for the construction industry at present, but contractors say that they have to

Experimental Study on Suitability of Sea Sand as Fine

2018-7-30  This study is experiment the suitability to use beach/sea sand as a substitute for river sand as fine aggregate for concrete. Experimental results show that the washed sea sand is ideal for concrete and plastering activities. REFERENCE. National sand study for Sri Lanka, vols. 1 and 2. Final Report, Phase1, Delft Hydraulics; 1992.

Suitability Of Beach Sand As Fine Aggregate For Concrete

2019-3-27  This Suitability Of Beach Sand As Fine Aggregate For Concrete paper presents as partial and complete replacement of fine aggregates the design of concrete mixes made with sea sand. Concrete is the world’s most widely used man-made product and is second only to water as the most widely used substance in the world.

Suitability of Scoria as Fine Aggregate and Its Effect on

The aim of this paper is therefore to analyze the suitability of scoria as a fine aggregate for concrete production and its effect on the properties of concrete. A differing ratio of scoria was considered as a partial replacement of fine aggregate with river sand after analyzing its engineering properties, and its effect on the mechanical

Aggregates for Concrete

2017-8-5  Hydraulic cement concrete is a cement and water paste in which aggregate particles are embedded. Aggregate is granular material such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, blast-furnace slag, and lightweight aggregates that usually occupies approxi-mately 60 to 75% of the volume of concrete. Aggregate properties significantly affect the workability of

Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as

2016-9-9  Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as Aggregate Daniel Yaw Osei, Emmanuel Nana Jackson Abstract—This paper reports on experimental investigations on the effect of replacing sand with sawdust on the properties of concrete. A concrete mix of 1:2:4 was used as control while sawdust was used to replace 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of sand

Of Beach Sand As Fine Aggregate For Concrete

2021-5-20  Mar 27 2019 This Suitability Of Beach Sand As Fine Aggregate For Concrete paper presents as partial and complete replacement of fine aggregates the design of concrete mixes made with sea sand. Concrete is the worlds most widely used man-made . Experimental Study on Suitability of

(PDF) EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL OF SEA SAND AS

2015-3-25  Globally, concrete industry is using desalted sea sand as fine aggregate. The desalting process consumes huge quantities of fresh water and electricity, increasing

Suitability of Quarry Dust as a Partial Replacement of

To overcome this problem, present study is focused on the suitability to utilize the quarry dust in Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) partially as fine aggregate with the natural fine aggregates. In this work, quarry dust is used as replacement of sand in a different level (0%, 15%, 30%, 45% and 60%) for producing the SCC.

(PDF) SEA SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE

Fine aggregate (sand) cement concrete using sea sand can reach 30 35 N/mm2 was replaced with Sea sand by weight. The proportions of meeting requirements of

Suitability of Scoria as Fine Aggregate and Its Effect on

The aim of this paper is therefore to analyze the suitability of scoria as a fine aggregate for concrete production and its effect on the properties of concrete. A differing ratio of scoria was considered as a partial replacement of fine aggregate with river sand after analyzing its engineering properties, and its effect on the mechanical

EFFECT OF MANUFACTURED SAND AS A REPLACEMENT

ICSECM2017- 90 8th International Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction Management, 2017 EFFECT OF MANUFACTURED SAND AS A REPLACEMENT FOR FINE AGGREGATES IN CONCRETE AMZ Zimar

Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as

2016-9-9  Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Sawdust as Aggregate Daniel Yaw Osei, Emmanuel Nana Jackson Abstract—This paper reports on experimental investigations on the effect of replacing sand with sawdust on the properties of concrete. A concrete mix of 1:2:4 was used as control while sawdust was used to replace 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% of sand

An Investigation into the Use of Groundnut Shell as Fine

The suitability of groundnut shell as a constituent material in concrete was investigated by re- placing proportions by volume of ne aggregate (river sand) with groundnut shells. Physical properties of cement, groundnut shells and aggregates were determined. Concrete cubes measur- ing 150x150x150mm were cast. Groundnut shells were used to replace ne aggregate at 0, 5, 15, 25, 50 and 75%

Suitability of Crushed Cow Bone as Partial Replacement

2017-1-31  higher values than the river sand. This suggests that concrete with CCB may require more water and develop lower compressive strength in relation to concrete with river sand using the same mix ratio. Also it may consume more cement than fine aggregate (ACI, 1999). Table 1. Some Physical Properties of the Fine Aggregates and Crushed Cow Bone

Suitability of Using Laterite as Partial Replacement of

2017-9-2  Suitability of Using Laterite as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in Concrete Engineering Keywords laterite sand, Gulbarga area best river bedded sand, Coarse aggregate, replacement, Concrete. Tanveer Asif Zerdi Sayyed Saddam Hussain Director, Professor Head of Civil Department, KCT Engg College, C/o Dr Meenaz Hospital

Aggregates for Concrete

2017-8-5  Hydraulic cement concrete is a cement and water paste in which aggregate particles are embedded. Aggregate is granular material such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, blast-furnace slag, and lightweight aggregates that usually occupies approxi-mately 60 to 75% of the volume of concrete. Aggregate properties significantly affect the workability of

(PDF) SEA SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE

Fine aggregate (sand) cement concrete using sea sand can reach 30 35 N/mm2 was replaced with Sea sand by weight. The proportions of meeting requirements of concrete for construction of fine aggregate replaced ranged from 20% to 100% at the highway,

Aggregates for Concrete Memphis

2021-8-9  aggregate size numbers. Fine aggregate or sand has only one range of particle sizes for general construction and highway work. The grading and grading limits are usually expressed as the percentage of material passing each sieve. Fig. 5-6 shows these limits for fine aggregate and for one size of coarse aggregate.

Sustainable Construction: Use of Recycled Concrete

2015-7-7  The properties of the sand, obtained through recycling of construction and demolition waste, have been investigated, to check its suitability as a fine aggregate in concrete production. Although, the quality of these recycled sands was somewhat poorer than that of Dutch river sand, a good quality concrete can be produced even at a full

An Investigation into the Use of Groundnut Shell as Fine

The suitability of groundnut shell as a constituent material in concrete was investigated by re- placing proportions by volume of ne aggregate (river sand) with groundnut shells. Physical properties of cement, groundnut shells and aggregates were determined. Concrete cubes measur- ing 150x150x150mm were cast. Groundnut shells were used to replace ne aggregate at 0, 5, 15, 25, 50 and 75%

Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Sea Sand

2018-4-24  suitability to use beach/sea sand as a substitute for river sand as fine aggregate for concrete. Experimental results show that the washed sea sand is ideal for concrete and plastering activities. When compared with 100% river sand concrete, 50 and 100% replacement of sea sand with river sand in concrete gives

The Utilization of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregates in

concluded that the compressive strength of concrete, with 50% Sand and 50% quarry dust (Mix 3), under thermo shock and high temperature showed the least reduction in strength. It was finally concluded that quarry dust can be effectively used for 50% replacement of sand in the conventional concrete. Utilization of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregates

Suitability of scoria as fine aggregate and its effect on

The aim of this paper is therefore to analyze the suitability of scoria as a fine aggregate for concrete production and its effect on the properties of concrete. A differing ratio of scoria was considered as a partial replacement of fine aggregate with river sand after analyzing its

Weathered Crystalline Rock: Suitability As Fine Aggregate

Concrete is one of the most versatile building materials used in the world. It is prepared by mixing cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water in suitable proportions. From earlier days onwards river sand is used as fine aggregate. Nowadays, M-sand, pit sand etc. are also used. Since pit sand is available only at certain regions and due to the scarcity of river sand and M-sand, it has

Use of Crushed Granite Fine as Replacement to River

2013-8-11  The suitability of Crushed granite fine (CGF) to replace river sand in concrete production for use in rigid pavement was investigated. Slump, compressive and indirect tensile strength tests were performed on fresh and hardened concrete.28 days Peak

Quality Testing of Sand for Concrete Quality Testing of

2021-11-29  The fine aggregate will typically consist of natural sand, crushed stone sand, crushed gravel sand stone dust or arable powder, fly ash, and broken brick (burnt clay). It will be hard, durable, chemically inert, clean and free from sedimentary coatings, organic materials, etc. and will not contain any appreciable amount of clay shells or

Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine

2016-7-28  The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate by quarry dust which is highlighted in the study could boost the consumption of quarry dust generated from quarries. By replacement of quarry dust, the requirement of land fill area can be reduced and can also solve the problem of natural sand scarcity. The availability of sand at low cost as a fine aggregate in concrete is not suitable and

(PDF) SEA SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE

Fine aggregate (sand) cement concrete using sea sand can reach 30 35 N/mm2 was replaced with Sea sand by weight. The proportions of meeting requirements of concrete for construction of fine aggregate replaced ranged from 20% to 100% at the highway,

Manufactured sand for concrete. B.P., Hudson. S.l. : The

Suitability of Ambo Sandstone Fine Aggregate as an Alternative River Sand Replacement in Normal Concrete Production. American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 2018; 6(4):140-146. doi: 10.12691/ajcea-6-4-2. Correspondence to: Emer Tucay Quezon, Department of Civil Engineering, Institute of Technology, Ambo University, Ambo, Ethiopia.