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Experimental Study on Partial Replacement Fine Aggregate by Broken Tiles in Concrete

Author(s):

Manoj Dangi , SIRTE; Sandeep Gupta, SIRTE

Keywords:

Coarse Aggregate Compressive Testing Machine Compound Annual Growth Rate

Abstract

As per preservation endeavors, this examination concentrates on the waste tile aggregate as partial fine aggregates replacement for concrete creation, the counter active action of ecological contamination with considering the components of reasonable and cost-sparing development ventures, particularly material utilization. Moreover, many of the construction industry in India produce construction waste that contributes largely to solid waste. Utilizing ceramic tile waste, this research will focus on ceramic wastes obtain from the construction industry in India. Presently, much of ceramic industries production goes to waste, which is not undergoing the recycle process yet. In our work, total 180 cubes, 45 beams, 45 cylinders were cast with four different proportion. Ceramic waste as partial replacement of fine aggregates with the percentage of 10%, 20%, 30% and 40%of ceramic aggregates as partial replacement of fine aggregates with M-20, M-25 and M-30 grade of concrete. Besides that, all other parameters are constant. The concrete cube, beams and cylinder were tested as destructive test at last which is compression test, that to find out compressive strength ,tensile strength, and flexural strength of specimens of hardened concrete at 7, 14, 28 and 50days.From the results of the study, samples of concrete with 0 to 40% ceramic fine aggregate replacement have reached optimum strength. Findings showed that concrete containing Ceramic Tile 0 to 30%showed the highest amount of compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength of concrete. And decrement at 40% contain Ceramic Tile.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I30482
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2018
Page(s): 1061-1062

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