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Replacement of Natural Sand by Crushed Sand in the

Feb 01, 2017· Kourd A. A. ( 1989), ‘Properties of concrete incorporating natural sand and crushed stone very fine sand’, American Concrete Journal, 86 (4), 417-424. [14] Dan Ravina ‘Fly Ash to Improve the Workability of Structure Concrete made with Crushed sand as Fine Aggregate’, National Building Research Institute, Technion Israel Institute of

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Characteristics of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Produced

In this work the characteristics of recycled aggregate concrete produced with crushed stone sand as 100% replacement of desert stone were experimentally investigated. Concrete mixtures incorporating varying percent replacement of normal aggregate with recycled aggregate as coarse aggregate and crushed stone sand as fine aggregate were produced and tested at 7, 28, 56 and 90 days of concrete

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Influence of Local Sand on the Physicomechanical

This research consists of incorporating the crushed sand (CS) in the composition of a concrete and studies the effect of its gradual replacement by the sand dune (SD) on sustainability of high performance concrete (HPC) in aggressive environments. The experimental study shows that the parameters of workability of HPC are improved when the CS is partially replaced by the SD (<2/3).

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Experimental Investigation on The Effect Of M-Sand In High

will come when M sand will play a significant role as an ingredient in concrete production. M sand characteristics: When rock is crushed and sized in quarry the main aim has generally been to produce course aggregate and road construction materials. M sand is defined as a purpose made crushed fine aggregate produced from suitable source materials.

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(PDF) Incorporation of Crushed Sands and Tunisian Desert

International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials Vol.3, No.1, pp. 11~14, June 2009 Incorporation of Crushed Sands and Tunisian Desert Sands in the Composition of Self Compacting Concretes Part II: SCC Fresh and Hardened States Characteristics 1,2) 1) 3) 4) Abdelhamid Rmili, Mongi Ben Ouezdou, Mhamed Added, and Elhem Ghorbel (Received January 19, 2009, Revised April 30,

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Frost Durability and Strength of Concrete Prepared with

The influences of fines content, methylene blue (MB) value, and lithology of crushed sand (CS) on frost durability and strength of concrete were investigated, and the frost durability and strength of crushed sand concrete (CSC) and river sand concrete (RSC) were compared. The results show that inclusion of fines improves CSC compressive strength and reduces frost durability of C30 CSC when

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Influence of Aggregate Grain Size on the Formulation of

1. Introduction. Over the past 40 years, the use of sand concrete has become more and more common. Indeed, this material made from sand, cement, water and other admixtures tries to replace traditional common concrete in certain construction fields (bricks, cinder blocks, roughcasts, paving stones, low-stress structures, etc.), not only because of the rarity of gravel in certain areas, but also

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Research Article Frost Durability and Strength of Concrete

in sand, and it is recognized that these characteristics can a ect both fresh and hardened properties of concrete. How-ever, relevant researches are concentrated on mechanical or permeability properties of crushed limestone sand concrete [,,], and e ects of such CS characteristics on property ofCSC,especiallyfrostdurability

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Use of stone powder in concrete and Academic Journals

Compressive strength vs duration for concrete (crushed stone) of 1:1.5:3. 1:1.5:3 compressive strength of concrete by stone chip with normal sand and stone powder is quite close for 3 days which is 4.62% increased value from normal sand to stone powdered concrete. For 7 days the compressive strength of sand concrete is 22.21 Mpa whereas for stone

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Crushed Glass as an Alternative Fine Aggregate in Concrete

This study aimed to explore the possibility of utilizing crushed glass as an alternative fine aggregate for concrete by replacing concrete with crushed glass. Specifically, the study sought to assess whether there is a significant correlation between crushed glass volume in concrete and its compressive strength and also between sand volume in

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AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HIGH STRENGTH

river sand, which can be used as an alternative fine aggregate in mortars and concretes. The use of manufactured sand in concrete is gaining momentum these days. The present experimental investigations have been made on concrete using manufactured sand as fine aggregate and observed the effects of crushed manufactured sand on strength properties of

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An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Sand with

materials to replace sand. This study aimed to investigate the suitability of using crushed brick in concrete. Crushed brick originated from demolished masonry was crushed in the laboratory and added partial sand replacement. Three replacement levels, 15%,20% and 25%, were compared with the control.

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Influence of Local Sand on the Physicomechanical

This research consists of incorporating the crushed sand (CS) in the composition of a concrete and studies the effect of its gradual replacement by the sand dune (SD) on sustainability of high performance concrete (HPC) in aggressive environments. The experimental study shows that the parameters of workability of HPC are improved when the CS is partially replaced by the SD (<2/3).

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Characteristics of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Produced

In this work the characteristics of recycled aggregate concrete produced with crushed stone sand as 100% replacement of desert stone were experimentally investigated. Concrete mixtures incorporating varying percent replacement of normal aggregate with recycled aggregate as coarse aggregate and crushed stone sand as fine aggregate were produced and tested at 7, 28, 56 and 90 days of concrete

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Experimental Investigation on The Effect Of M-Sand In High

will come when M sand will play a significant role as an ingredient in concrete production. M sand characteristics: When rock is crushed and sized in quarry the main aim has generally been to produce course aggregate and road construction materials. M sand is defined as a purpose made crushed fine aggregate produced from suitable source materials.

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Study on the Fluidity and Strength Properties of High

The fracture characteristics of crushed limestone sand concrete. Journal of Cement and Concrete Research, 1719–1729. Kim, J. K., & Lee, C. S. (1995). A study on the fracture characteristics of crushed sand concrete and river sand concrete. Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute,7(4), 129–136 (in

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An Experimental study on Crushed Stone Dust as Fine

Jan 01, 2018· The deficit of natural sand arise the need of alternative materials for replacement of natural sand. This experimental study explores in detail the crushed stone dust which is locally available industrial solid waste material in India as alternative material to natural sand that is being conventionally used as fine aggregate in cement concrete.

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Research Article Frost Durability and Strength of Concrete

in sand, and it is recognized that these characteristics can a ect both fresh and hardened properties of concrete. How-ever, relevant researches are concentrated on mechanical or permeability properties of crushed limestone sand concrete [,,], and e ects of such CS characteristics on property ofCSC,especiallyfrostdurability

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Use of stone powder in concrete and Academic Journals

Compressive strength vs duration for concrete (crushed stone) of 1:1.5:3. 1:1.5:3 compressive strength of concrete by stone chip with normal sand and stone powder is quite close for 3 days which is 4.62% increased value from normal sand to stone powdered concrete. For 7 days the compressive strength of sand concrete is 22.21 Mpa whereas for stone

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Metallurgical Sludge as Sand Replacement and Constituent

Sep 18, 2019· Read the very best research published in IOP journals. Concrete samples containing 33% of dried and ground sludge as a substitute for sand and concrete containing crushed aggregate from concrete containing this sludge as a substitute for natural coarse aggregate in the amount of 25 and 50% and rounded aggregate from recycled concrete mix

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Comparative Study on Natural Sand and Crushed Stone Sand

N Patil Suraj, S Talekar Ashutosh, "The utilization of crushed stone dust as a replacement of sand in cement concrete", Journal of Information, Knowledge and Research in Civil Engineering, volume

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The fracture characteristics of crushed limestone sand

Nov 01, 1997· Silica fume (SF, Elkem Microsilica) was also used to produce high-strength concrete. The crushed sand concrete was made with water-binder ratios of 20, 40, and 60%, and the river sand concrete was made with water-binder ratios of 20, 30, 40, and 60%. Specimen Details and Test Method The size and geometry of the specimen are shown in Figure 3.

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(PDF) Performance of self-compacting concrete with

For this purpose, five mixtures of SCC with different limestone fines content as substitution of crushed sand (0, 5, 10, 15 and 20%) were prepared at constant water-to-cement ratio of 0.40 and 490

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A Comparative Study of Concretes Containing Crushed

This paper describes the effects of high temperatures on the strength characteristic of crushed limestone sand concrete (CLSC). To compare, natural (river) sand concrete (NSC) and CLSC specimens were exposed to the three different high temperatures. Visual color-change and weight loss were also carefully examined through the tests. The test results indicated that the decreasing rate of

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