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Feb 04, 2019018332The aim of this paper is to study experimentally the effect of marble powder and green sand as partial substitute for fine aggregate on the strength and durability of M40 grade concrete. The use of metakaolin as a pozzolanic admixture by using as binder replacement is also studied to assess the properties with respect to fresh and hardened state.
2.2 Waste Marble Powder Marble powder was collected from the deposits of marble factories during shaping. It was sieved by IS-90 micron sieve before mixing in concrete. The properties of marble powder are given in Table 2. 2.3Recycled coarse Aggregates Recycling is the act of processing the used material for use in creating new product.
Processing marble such as cutting to size and polishing etc. for decorative purposes, marble dust and aggregate are created as by products 2. During sawing, shaping, and polishing process, about 25 of the processed marble turns into dust or powder form 1. Disposal and re-using of the waste materials of the marble industry is one of the.
Aggregates. The marble powder can improve various properties of concrete viz compressive strength, flexural strength and reduces the water cement ratio. Marble powder is used at different percentages like 10, 20, 30, 40 amp 50 and are tested after 7, 14, and 28 days. The results are then compared with conventional concrete.
Corpus ID 197446341. Marble Powder As Fine Aggregates in Concrete inproceedingsMemon2019MarblePA, titleMarble Powder As Fine Aggregates in Concrete, authorMuhammad Jaffar Memon and Ashfaque Ahmed Jhatial and Z. A. Rid and Touqeer Ali Rind and Abdul Razzaque Sandhu, year2019.
The rapid growth of the marble industry introduces concerns regarding the negative impact of marble quarrying on the environment, because the cutting of marble creates sludge. The incorporation of marble sludge powder into concrete and cement-based products would make significant environmental and economic contributions. This study aims to develop a concrete mixture with maximum marble.
Partial replacement of cement and usual fine aggregates by varying percentage of marble powder and marble granules reveals that increased waste marble powder WMP or waste marble granule WMG ratio result in increased workability and compressive strengths of the mortar and concrete.
The replacement of fine aggregate with 50 marble sludge powder and 50 Quarry rock dust Green concrete gives an excellent result in strength aspect and quality aspect. Increase the marble sludge powder content by more than 50 improves the workability but affects the compressive and split tensile strength of concrete.
And Marble Powder in Concrete N. Janakiram 1, P. Murahari Krishna 2 M.Tech student 1, Assistant Professor 2 Department of Civil Engineering PACE Institute of technology India ABSTRACT Quarry dust and Marble powder are the most used among such materials to replace river sand, which can be used as alternative to fine aggregate in concrete.
Marble powder Marble powder was collected from the dressing and processing unit in Jalgaon. It was initially in wet form i.e. slurry after that it is dried by exposing in the sun and finally sieved by IS-90 micron sieve before mixing in concrete. Note. All the materials and equipments were provided by.
Marble that contains impurities such as clay minerals, iron oxides, or bituminous material can be bluish, gray, pink, yellow, or black in color. Marble of extremely high purity with a bright white color is very useful. It is often mined, crushed to a powder, and then processed to remove as many impurities as possible.
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Fine aggregate sand and cement were partially replaced with Granite powder and marble powder. The replacement is done by 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 of cement by marble powder and 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 of fine aggregate by granite powder to evaluate the effect of presence of these replacement materials on the strength of specimens.
The aim of this paper is to study experimentally the effect of marble powder and green sand as partial substitute for fine aggregate on the strength and durability of M40 grade concrete. The use of metakaolin as a pozzolanic admixture by using as binder.
Marble powder as replacement of cement with different percentage ratio of 0, 2.5, 5, 7.5, 10, 12.5, 15, 17.5 and 20. The effect of the partial replacement of cement with marble powder on the consistency of the concrete mixes was studied by slump test. The effect of using marble.
As a by-product of stone crushers, a considerable amount of limestone powder is produced in limestone quarries. Large quantities of powders are accumulated and the use of these by-products has serious problems in terms of environmental pollution, disposal of waste, and public health hazard .Additionally, marble manufacturing industry leads to much waste production .
2.2 Coarse aggregate Coarse aggregate passed through 10mm sieve. 2.3 Fine aggregate Natural sand is used, passing through 4.75 sieve. 2.4 Waste Marble Powder Waste Marble Powder produced during grinding, cutting, polishing and shaping from marble process. 2.5 Fly Ash Fly Ash is generated from the combustion of coal. 2.6 water.
QUANTITY OF MARBLE POWDER 5 of cement replaced by marble powder 377.38gm 10 of marble powder 754.7 gm 15 of marble powder 1.13 kg 20 of marble powder 1.5094 kg. Experimental conditions Compressive strength of concrete was undertaken on 15 cm cubic specimens. at 7 days and 28 days of age.
B Granite aggregate c Granite chips d Granite sand e Granite powder f Granite dust g Custom granulations are available. Natural Colors Available a Starlite black b Midnite blue c Imperial gray d Linwood e Blue mahogany f Mauve g Dynamite orange h Pewter i Sunset pink j Colonial red k Red rustic l Ruby red m Rustic.
Concrete by partial replacement of cement OPC 43-grade up to 15 with marble powder and fine aggregate replaced up to 40 by quarry dust by conducting following tests like compressive strength test and splitting tensile strength test and the strength was observed.
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