and unit weight Papercrete bricks were prepared out of waste paper and quarry dust with partial replacement of cement by another industrial by-product Fly Ash in varying proportions of 25% 40% and 55% The properties like mechanical strength The use of the replacement materials offer cost reduction energy savings arguably superior products and fewer hazards in the environment In this project our main objective is to study the influence of partial replacement of cement with marble powder and to compare it with the compressive and tensile strength of ordinary M20 concrete

Groundnut shell ash as a partial replacement of cement in

Research on alternative to cement has so far centred on the partial replacement of cement with different materials In advanced countries partial replacement of cement with pozzolans is well documented and recommended (Hornbostel 1991) Pozzolans as defined by (Oluremi 1990) are siliceous material which by

Asian journal of civil engineering [Building and housing] Vol 8 No 1 PP 49-62 [2] Gurpreet Singh and Rafat siddique [2011] "Effect of waste foundry sand [WFS] as partial replacement of sand on the strength ultrasonic pulse velocity and permeability of concrete" International journal of construction and building materials Vol 26 PP

of sand is replaced by quarry rock dust in concrete Rajamane et al (2003) studied the properties of high performance concrete with partial replacement of cement by GGBS They found that the compressive strength of concrete increased by 10 2 MPa at 28 days age compared to conventional concrete Ilangovan et al (2008) studied

the natural sand in concrete control mixes of M25 and M30 grades designed for 100 to 120mm slump at replacement levels of 30% 40% 50% and 60% using Portland Pozzolana Cement There were in all 5 mixes in each grade of concrete including control mix and four mixes with crusher dust as a partial replacement of natural sand

Sand was replaced by mass fractions of 0 5 10 15 20 30 and 40% with granite dust The study reflected that replacement of sand by granite dust up to 20% showed better strength than conventional concrete The comparison study of bond strength with and without replacement of granite dust using different diameters of TMT bars was carried out

Strength and Durability Properties of Granite Powder

A substitute or replacement product for concrete industry needs to be found The main parameter investigated in this study is M30 grade concrete with replacement of sand by granite powder by 0 25 and 50% and cement was partial replacement with

The use of the replacement materials offer cost reduction energy savings arguably superior products and fewer hazards in the environment In this project our main objective is to study the influence of partial replacement of cement with marble powder and to compare it with the compressive and tensile strength of ordinary M20 concrete

properties and impact resistance of self-compacting concrete (SCC) The SCC included cement kiln dust as partial replacement of cement to improve workability Four different volume ratios of crumb rubber (10% 20% 30% and 40%) were used as a partial replacement of the sand According to the results of the experiments it was determined that

Effect of Replacement of Cement with Dolomite Powder on the Mechanical Properties of Concrete Preethi G1 Prince Arulraj G2 powder as a partial replacement material to cement The replacement percentages tried were 0% 5% 10% vegetation etc River sand was used as fine aggregate The specific gravity of sand was found to be 2 56

CIVIL - EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS CEX001 Experimental Investigation on Replacement of Sand by Graded Quarry Dust in Concrete CEX002 Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement with Glass Powder CEX003 Parametric Study for Replacement of Sand by Fly Ash for Better Packing and Internal Curing CEX004 Partial Replacement of

replacement of sand is being tried at different places The test specimens were cast in cast-iron steel moulds The inside of the moulds was applied with oil for Hence it is advisable to use the quarry dust in cement concrete by partial replacement to about 50 % 6

use of quarry dust as fine aggregate has occupied a promising factor in the pr eparation of concr ete1 Quarry dust a byproduct from the cr ushing pr ocess of stones (Blue metal) w hic h is a vail-ab le abundantly from rock quarries at low cost in many areas can be an economical alter native to the r iv er sand 2 The str ength

American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER) 2017 w w w a j e r o r g Page 31 Table: 3 Slump on Replacement of OPC by Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag and fine aggregate by Marble slurry For M25 Grade S NO Mix (CEMENT +GGBS)(SAND+MS)

Performance of Concrete Containing Blast Furnace Slag

The steel and alloys of steel plants produce tons of slag Similarly the stone dust production in stone crushing machine site is piling up every day These huge quantities of waste are being disposed in the landfills The author has investigated the effects of the replacements of stone by blast furnace slag partial replacement of cement by fly ash and sand by stone dust on the

Partial replacement of wood ash and quarry dust with cement and sand to study INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology • It can also be concluded that partial replacement of quarry dust with sand reduces the overall cost of the structure

Husk Ash as partial replacement for Ordinary Portland Cement in concrete It invoved the determination of workability and compressive strength of the concrete at different level of replacement 2 MATERIALS AND METHODS 2 1 Materials 2 1 1 Rice Husk Ash (RHA) The Rice Husk used was obtained from Ile Ife Nigeria

Husk Ash as partial replacement for Ordinary Portland Cement in concrete It invoved the determination of workability and compressive strength of the concrete at different level of replacement 2 MATERIALS AND METHODS 2 1 Materials 2 1 1 Rice Husk Ash (RHA) The Rice Husk used was obtained from Ile Ife Nigeria

International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies E-ISSN 2249–8974 IJAERS/Vol I/ Issue III/April-June 2012/175-177 Research Paper PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH MARBLE DUST POWDER Prof P A Shirule a* Ataur Rahman b Rakesh D Gupta c Address for Correspondence a*bc Dept

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