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An Overview on Concrete by using Powder Form of E-Waste as Partial Replacement for Cement Material

Author(s):

Sarvesh Honaji Kolhatkar , Dr.D.Y.Patil School Of Engineering and Technology ,Lohegaon , Pune Savitribai Phule Pune University 411047; Prof. Aniket Nemade, Dr.D.Y.Patil School Of Engineering and Technology ,Lohegaon , Pune Savitribai Phule Pune University 411047; Dr. Sanjay Kulkarni, Dr.D.Y.Patil School Of Engineering and Technology ,Lohegaon , Pune Savitribai Phule Pune University 411047

Keywords:

E Plastic Waste, Concrete, Compressive Strength; Flexural Strength, Printed Circuit Board

Abstract

The management and recycling of E waste is rapidly growing as it is a valuable resource of IT industries and it is very hazardous substances and with low recycling rate. The Utilization of e waste materials is a partial solution to environmental and ecological problems. As the use of E waste will reduces the cement cost and provides a good strength for the structures and roads. It will reduces the landfill cost and it is energy saving. The E- waste consists of discarded plastic waste from the old computers, TVs, refrigerators, radios; these plastics are non-biodegradable components of E- waste as a partial replacement of the cement. An experimental study is made on the utilization of E-waste crush fine powder as cement in concrete with a percentage replacement ranging from 0 %, 10% to 50% .on the strength criteria of M30 Concrete. Compressive strength and Flexural strength Concrete with and without E- waste plastic as partial replacement cement was observed which exhibits a good strength. The feasibility of utilizing E-waste powder as partial replacement of cement has been presented. In this paper we collect all relevant data for our project such as literature review, required material their properties and test methods from lots of authors research papers.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I30917
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2019
Page(s): 1344-1347

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