This experimental investigation presents the feasibility of making concrete using ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate at 25, 50, 75, 100 per cent replacement of crushed stone in conventional concrete. The mechanical and durability properties of this
· After recycling ceramic waste can be used in different construction application. Researches used ceramic waste to generate green concrete by using 20% replacement of natural aggregate. It can be shown that the concrete produce from ceramic waste is good workable and achieve characteristic strength [9, 10, 11, 12].
· Result In Ceramic Waste Different proportions of waste ceramic are use as course aggregate in cement concrete to determine the compressive strength. Compressive Strength Ceramic waste as aggregate Replace by 10% of aggregate 7 days test result 28 days test result Sample 1 - 620 KN Sample 2 - 600 KN Sample 3 - 605 KN. 8.
iii) To determine the water absorption of ceramic aggregate concrete containing various content of ceramic tile as partial coarse aggregates replacement material. 1.4 SCOPE OF STUDY Ceramic tile waste use in this research was taken from old site factory The scope of concrete use is in Malaysia construction industry. The experiment is only limit
materials. Article Clay Ceramic Waste as Pozzolan Constituent in Cement for Structural Concrete Everton dos Santos Barreto 1, Karina Vaz Stafanato 2, Markssuel Teixeira Marvila 1, Afonso Rangel Garcez de Azevedo 3, *, Mujahid Ali 4, Ronald Matheus Lobo Pereira 5 and Sérgio Neves Monteiro 1,5. 1 LAMAV-Advanced Materials Laboratory, UENF-State University of the Northern Rio de Janeiro,
Use of hazardous industrial wastes in concrete-making will lead to greener environment. In ceramic industry about 30% production goes as waste, which is not recycled at present. In this study an attempt has been made to find the suitability of the ceramic industrial wastes as a possible substitute for conventional crushed stone coarse aggregate.
abrasion resistance concrete can be obtained by using ceramic sanitary ware waste aggregate another study, Medina et al. used ceramic sanitary ware waste as a partial substitute of grav-el with replacement levels 20% and 25%.They found that the incorporation of ceramic aggregate with natural gravel slightly raised the porosity.
In addition to the concrete mixes with ceramic waste aggregate, normal concrete with stone aggregates having identical ratio was also prepared. The fine aggregate for stone aggregate concrete was made up of 50% sand and 50% bottom
use of ceramic waste as fine aggregates in concrete composition and concluded that the density of concrete casted with 100 percent ceramic waste aggregates was 2.31 g/cm3 which is 0.07 g/cm3 lower than with respect to conventional controlled 28 days concrete due to low specific gravity and density of ceramic waste aggregates.
concrete. 3) The coarse ceramic waste tiles aggregate has a positive effect on the environment which is obtained at a very low rate. 4) When increasing in the proportion of the crushed ceramic tile aggregate in the concrete, the workability of the concrete is also increased. 5) The compressive strength of the concrete is increased
water absorption of ceramic waste aggregate on strength properties of ceramic aggregate concrete. M. 20 concrete is used with 0.48 water cement ratio. Ceramic waste water absorption is 0.08% more than conventional aggregate. Compressive strength is best at 20% replacement reaching 93.45%, 98.84% to that of conventional concrete at 7 and 28 days.
natural aggregates for making concrete, one of the most proper way is to replace the aggregates with the so called obtained solid waste. Hence, in this project concrete was prepared with natural aggregates including tyres and ceramic waste individually and jointly. So, that It would be more economical compared to the standard mix.
Ceramic waste is durable, hard and highly resistant to Biological, Chemical and Physical degradation forces. Ceramic tile aggregate are hard having considered value of specific gravity, rough surface on one side and smooth on other side, are lighter in weight than normal stone aggregates. Using ceramic tiles as aggregate in concrete
size before use with concrete/mortar. Ceramic waste aggregate contains residual product that can be used as aggregate in Green concrete. Utilization of ceramic waste in concrete production will preserve the clean environment and reduces the usage of natural resources. Use of industrial waste as aggregate in
Senthamarai concluded that ceramic tile waste can be effectively used as aggregates in concrete making, based on the strength of ceramic waste aggregate. The crushing value, impact value, abrasion values for ceramic scrap were 27, 21 and 28% correspondingly
The properties of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete are not significantly different from those of conventional concrete. According to (Binnici, 2007) the use of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete has increased because it has various advantages over other cementitious materials. Homogeneous ceramic tiles waste can be used as a ...
The properties of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete are not significantly different from those of conventional concrete. The use of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete has increased because it has various advantages over other cementations materials . It …
ceramic waste aggregate properties on strength of ceramic waste aggregate concrete," International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, pp. 15-24, 2015.  "IS 8112 - Ordinary portland cement, 43 grade - specifications," Bureau of indian standards, New Delhi, 2013.
Ceramic Tile Waste Aggregate (CTA): Coconut shell aggregate concrete M2 0 grade has better workability because of smooth measures . The various percentages of ceramic tile waste aggregate were added to improve the strength. Fresh concrete properties for conventional concrete and ceramic tile waste concrete added with various percentage of ...
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aggregates (sand, granite and ceramic waste aggregate) were found to contain 0.54%, 0.14% and 0.20% moisture content repectively. The ceramic waste was observed to have a higher value of water absorption of 0.18% when compared to 0.10% of granite because of …
· The compressive strength results showed that up to 60% of the fine bone china ceramic aggregate (FBCCA) can be used to produce concrete with desirable strength characteristics. The pozzolanic behavior of fine bone china aggregate acts as an accelerator to form calcium silicate hydrate (CSH), improving the microstructure properties of the concrete.
Observing the results, strength aspects of ceramic waste aggregate concrete is well within the permissible limits and ideal replacement level of ceramic waste is 20% and 40%.Water absorption of ceramic waste aggregate was 0.18% higher than that of natural aggregate (0.10%), due to the opening of pore structure during crushing and chiselling. ...
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF RICE HUSK ASH FOR CEMENT, COPPER SLAG WITH FINE AGGREGATE AND CERAMIC TILE WASTE WITH COARSE AGGREGATE Gomathi.S1, Thenmozhi.S2 Ph.D, Chinnasamy.M3 M.E., M.B.A 1M.E-Construction Engineering and Management Student, Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chennai.
The results show that the concretes made using ceramic sanitary ware aggregate possessed the same mechanical properties as those made with conventional aggregate. It is therefore possible to conclude that the reuse of recycled ceramic aggregate to produce recycled concrete is a feasible alternative for the sustainable management of this waste.
· The decrease in density and strength was due to ceramic waste being lighter and more porous than normal coarse aggregate. Tensile strength of concrete with ceramic waste decline gradually from 8.39 N/mm2 to 6.13 N/mm2 for the control and 75% replacement samples respectively. This could be attributed to the water absorption capacity and external ...
· Six ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete mixes were designed by the volumetric method with different water–cement ratios (0.35, 0.40, 0.45, 0.50, 0.55 and 0.60). Similarly, six more conventional concrete mixes were designed with crushed stone coarse aggregate. The volume of individual ingredients was the same in both the ceramic waste ...
The evaluation of ceramic waste for use as a replacement of cement material begins with the concrete testing. Concrete contains cement, water, fineaggregate, coarse aggregate and grit. With the control concrete, i.e. 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% of the cement is replaced with ceramic waste,the data from the ceramic waste is
usage of waste materials in concrete production is very much helpful to reach the goal of the sustainable construction. Aggregates consist of 70% to 75% of volume of concrete. So reduce the consumption of natural aggregates, waste ceramic tile or crushed tiles as coarse aggregates can be used as in the field of sustainable concrete.
The case of high temperature load was taken into account. Six concrete mixes were designed on Portland and calcium aluminate cement with various content of aerating admixture. Only the ground waste ceramics were used as an aggregate from one of the Polish sanitary ceramics plants.
· Ceramic waste as aggregate was incorporated in concrete and various properties were assessed. • Environmental impacts like CO 2 footprints and volume of raw materials were also evaluated.. Sustainable recycled concrete was achieved and verified by two analytical techniques.
The water absorption for ceramic waste is 1.45 percent whereas for crushed stone is 1.25 percent. In general, ceramic waste aggregate showed the properties closed to those of natural crushed stone aggregate.The properties of Concrete Ceramic Waste Slab (CCWS) are presented in Table 2. The results presented in the table are the average of six tests.