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The Study of Ceramic Waste Materials as Partial Replacement of Cement: Review

Author(s):

Patel Hardik , Darshan institute of Engineering &Tecnology; Dr.Narendra.K.Arora, Prof & Head,Applied Mech,LEC,Morbi; Shraddha R.Vaniya, Asst.Prof.Civil Eng.Dept.DIET,Hadala.

Keywords:

Ceramic Waste Powder, Pozzolanic Material, Industrial Waste, Cost Effective, Green Concrete

Abstract

ceramic waste is one of the most active research area in the field of construction. ceramic waste powder is waste from ceramic wall floor tiles industries. ceramic products made up of different raw materials like china clay, potash, ball clay, dolomite, feldspar, talc and different chemicals for maintaining viscosity of raw material, glazing and finishing of finished goods. manufacturing of ceramic wall tiles is manufactured under very high temperature up to 2000oc. Therefore pozzolanic reactivity would be possible, which is responsible strength and durability in cement concrete. When product is in finishing touch (sizing) there is a waste in powder form like cement. Ceramic waste powder is settled by sedimentation and then dumped away, which results in environmental pollution and land exploitation. In this paper a literature analysis is done of different authors of past research.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I2531
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2015
Page(s): 863-865

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