strength appraisal of artificial sand as fine aggregate

Performance Study of Steel Fibre Reinforced Artificial Sand

This paper presents the performance study of artificial sand as fine aggregate for concrete by comparing its basic mechanical properties with that of conventional concrete. Three matrices with compressive strength 20, 30 and 40 MPa were designed and reinforced with crimpled steel fibers at dosage rate of volume fraction 0, 0.5, 1.0 and 1.5 percent.

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STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING DIFFERENT TYPES OF FINE

An attempt has also been made for strength studies on concrete made up of grit when compared with the concrete made up of Artificial Sand and Natural Sand. Use of grit as a fine aggregate in concrete draws serious attention of researchers and investigators.

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AGGREGATES Occupies ¾ of the volume of concrete Inert and inexpensive material dispersed throughout the cement paste Aggregates Affects: o Workability o Strength o Durability Natural and Artificial o Natural: sand, gravel, crushed rock o Artificial: broken brick, slag, sintered fly ash Properties based from parent rock: o Chemical and mineral

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PDF Experimental Study on Effect of Silica Sand As Partial

strength gets lower when the percentage of fine aggregates replaced with silica sand is higher. After 28 days of curing, the maximum compressive strength of polymer cement concrete decreases up to 30% when the replacement level of fine aggregates is 60%. Silica sand can be used instead of conventional sand in certain parts of the building that

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Experimental study on Cold Bonded Fly Ash Aggregates

12.5 mm graded crushed grav el was used as coarse aggregate and river sand of spec ific gravity 2.6 as fine aggregates. Table 1: Chemical composition of fly ash Figure 1: SEM i mage of fly ash 2.2 Preparation of fly ash aggregates Artificial aggregates can be formed by different process like autoclaving, cold bonding or

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Artificial Aggregate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Aggregate may be categorized into natural aggregate, such as sand, gravel, and crushed stone; and manufactured aggregate, such as slag, recycled concrete, and artificial aggregates. The term granular is also used to refer to the particulate material that contains any types of aggregate that may contain up to 35% particles passing the 75 μm (No

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Valuation of Aggregate Operations for Banking Purposes

Fine aggregate including sand – material passing a 3/8-inch screen sieve, essentially all passing a # 4 sieve (i.e., a 0.187-inch square opening). ! Coarse aggregate including gravel – generally considered being crushed stone or gravel, almost all of which is retained on a No. 4 sieve. Valuation of Operating Aggregate Operations for Banking

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Types of Aggregates: Classifcation based on Unit Weight

aggregate types based on Grain size: 1. Fine Aggregate: The aggregate with grain size below 4.75 mm is termed as fine aggregate. The percentage of all type deleterious materials in fine aggregate should not exceed 5 %. 2. Coarse Aggregate: This types of Aggregates whose particles are larger than 4.75 mm are termed as coarse aggregate.

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strength appraisal of artificial sand as fine aggregate

artificial light-weight aggregate made of a coal ash and a shale fine powder and it can be confirmed that it was a high-performance aggregate which maintained lightness, high strength, high water retentivity and harder composition (Hiroshi et al., ).

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Research and Application of High-Strength and High

Coarse aggregate is the upstream of the concrete preparation technology, that is to say, the concrete preparation starts with piles of rocks. Making artificial sand well is the core issue. Whether we like it or not, we must face a new era of using artificial sand for construction. There are many artificial sand problems.

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EFFECTS OF MANUFACTURED SAND ON COMPRESSIVE

Fine aggregate 3.25 1.79 1.69 Water 0.28 0.28 0.28 Table 3: Table Showing Compressive Strength Readings Proportion 100% Natural Sand 50% Natural Sand 100% Manufactured Sand (0% Manufactured Sand +50% Manufactured Sand (0% Natural Sand) 3 days 35.35 mpa 35.39 mpa 49.39 mpa 7 days 52.35 mpa 46. 59 mpa 59.21 mpa 28 days 70 mpa 72.96 mpa 74.92 mpa

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