ppt on slag replacing natural aggregates

  • Replacement of Natural Sand with Efficient Alternatives

    50 % copper slag can be used as replacement of natural sand in to obtain mortar and concrete with required performance, strength and durability. (Khalifa S. Al-Jabri et al 2011) Fig 1: Copper slag[17] 2.2 GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG Granulated blast-furnace slag (GBFS) is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by-product

  • Utilization of Copper Slag in M-Sand as Partial

    aggregate reduction decrease the cost of concrete, but at the same time the strength also increases. The mix prepared with 30% replacement of fine aggregate(M-sand) by copper slag is most 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 7 Days 14 Days 28 Days m 2 Number of Days Comparison Of Convention Concrete With Copper Slag Replaced Concrete 0% 10%CS 20%CS 30%c 40%CS 0

  • Electric arc furnace slag as natural aggregate replacement

    Natural aggregates in three different grading were adopted (): a sand (0–4 mm) with a specific mass of 2590 kg/m 3 and two crushed limestone coarse aggregates (4–8 mm and 8–14 mm in size) having the same specific mass of 2650 kg/m 3.Download : Download full-size image Fig. 1.Grading of natural aggregates and EAFs.

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  • Project Report on Copper Slag in Concrete Expert Civil

    Project Report on Copper Slag in Concrete Today I'm going to be shared about "Project Report on Copper Slag in Concrete" With advantages and disadvantages of copper slag in concrete so let's get started. Introduction Traditionally soil, stone aggregates, sand,

  • Coarse Aggregate slideshare.net

    Feb 01, 2014· INTRODUCTION:Aggregate are the important constituent in concrete. Aggregate are granular material, derived from the most part from the natural rocks, crushed stones, or natural gravels and sands. Aggregate generally occupy about 70% to 80% of the volume of concrete and can therefore be expected to have an important influence on it properties. 2

  • Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse

    May 15, 2013· 5/15/2013 bharati vidyapeeth deemed university college of engineering, pune 31b) cubes with coconut shell:c) cubes with rubber tire:description quantity of waste c.a.10% replacement 0.690 kg 13.14 kg20% replacement 1.380 kg 11.68 kg30% replacement 2.070 kg 10.22 kgkeeping all the quantity of remaining material samedescription quantity of waste

  • (PDF) Recent Trends in Replacement of Natural Sand With

    Recent Trends in Replacement of Natural Sand With Different Alternatives. 50% replacement of natural fine aggregate with with Partial Replacement of Copper Slag by Fine Aggregate.

  • Study on replacement of coarse aggregate by steel slag and

    Study on replacement of coarse aggregate by steel slag and fine aggregate by manufacturing sand in concrete Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of ChemTech Research 8(4):1721-1729

  • 5 Aggregate Specifications and Requirements

    Slag Aggregates When slag is furnished as an alternate to natural aggregate, the payment is on a weight basis, adjustments must be made to compensate for the difference in specific gravity of the slag compared to the specific gravity of the natural aggregate. For any pay item less than 500 tons on a contract, no adjustment is made.

  • Electric Arc Furnace Slag as Coarse Recycled Aggregate for

    Electric arc furnace (EAF) slag is a by-product of steel production in electric arc furnaces. Several studies have tried to demonstrate its suitability in civil engineering application, such as in bituminous mixtures and cement-based materials, due to its good physical, chemical and mineralogical properties. Particularly the re-use as coarse aggregate for concrete production has been shown to

  • Electric Arc Furnace Slag as Coarse Recycled Aggregate for

    Electric arc furnace (EAF) slag is a by-product of steel production in electric arc furnaces. Several studies have tried to demonstrate its suitability in civil engineering application, such as in bituminous mixtures and cement-based materials, due to its good physical, chemical and mineralogical properties. Particularly the re-use as coarse aggregate for concrete production has been shown to

  • Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Granulated Blast

    materials to replace river sand. Granulated Blast furnace Slag (GBFS) a waste industrial by product is one such material identified for replacement of natural sand. This paper highlights upon the comparative study for the utilization of GBFS as replacement of natural fine aggregate in

  • The Scientific World Journal Hindawi

    Environmental and economic factors increasingly encourage higher utility of industrial by-products. The basic objective of this study was to identify alternative source for good quality aggregates which is depleting very fast due to fast pace of construction activities in India. EAF oxidizing slag as a by-product obtained during the process in steel making industry provides great opportunity

  • Recycled Aggregates.ppt Construction Aggregate

    Recycled Aggregates.ppt Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. re Strength and Durability of Concrete Using Steel Slag as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete. % replacem ent of natural aggregates by recycled % replacem ent of natural

  • Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

    Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate Ambrish E1, Dhavamani Doss S2, ShanmugaNathan N3, Ganapathi Raj S4 #1,*4b.E (Final Year) &Civil Engineering S.K.P Institute Of Technology *2,*3Assistant Professor &Civil Engineering S.K.P Institute Of Technology Tiruvannamali, Tamil Nadu, India. Abstract

  • Partial Replacement of Cement with GGBS in Concrete

    Fine Aggregate The aggregate which passes through 4.75 mm IS sieve and retain on 75 microns IS sieve are known as fine aggregates. Fine aggregate is basically sands won from the land or the marine environment. Fine aggregates generally consist of natural sand or crushed stone with most particles passing through a 9.5mm sieve.

  • Aggregate Construction Aggregate Concrete

    Replacement of Natural Fine Aggregate With Air Cooled Blast Furnace Slag An Industrial By Product. 11th Batch. Recycled Aggregates Main. CENUSA Otel Si Fier. 31032013134235 Recycled Aggregate. Experimental Investigation of Copper Slag Replacement of Fine Aggregate Ppt. Uploaded by.

  • Green Concrete using GGBS, River Pebbles and CRF as

    of natural resources but also helps in maintaining good environmental conditions by effective utilization of these by-products which will otherwise remain as a waste material. Blast furnace slag is such a material which could be used as a partial replacement for fine aggregate. Blast furnace slag is obtained by quenching molten iron slag (a by

  • Replacement of Natural Coarse Aggregate by Industrial

    both natural and steel slag aggregate. Weight of empty mould taken for the test is 1.745kg. Table:3 Impact value of Natural aggregate and steel slag Sr.no Description Natural Aggregate Steel Slag 1. Weight of Sample (W1) 0.575kg 0.545kg 2. Weight sample and

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL

    the ecological imbalance. Availability of natural aggregates is getting depleted & also it becoming costly, therefore the replacement of natural sand by the waste industries by-products (Mineral admixtures) has been continuously emphasized during recent years. Natural sand is replaced by slag

  • A PROJECT REPORT ON STUDY ON THE FIBRE REINFORCED

    DECLARATION I, hereby declare that the work which is being presented in this dissertation entitled “Study on the fibre reinforced concrete using steel slag as the coarse aggregate replacement’’, submitted towards the partial fulfillment of requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Technology in STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING at Pace institute of technology and sciences,Vallur is

  • Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Steel Slag

    The replacement of 100 % slag aggregate (coarse) increased concrete density by about 5 to 7 % the 28 day strength was increased by 21% with replacement of natural aggregates, while there was no increase in the setting time of concrete mixtures. Mechanical Properties Of Concrete Using Steel Slag Aggregate

  • STUDY ON CONCRETE USING STEEL SLAG AS COARSE

    of aggregates. These are obtained from natural rocks and river beds, thus degrading them slowly. This issue of environmental degradation, and need for aggregates demands for the usage of any other alternative source. Thus the concept of replacement of coarse aggregate with steel slag and fine aggregate with ecosand seems to be promising.

  • STUDY ON CONCRETE USING STEEL SLAG AS COARSE AGGREGATE

    STUDY ON CONCRETE USING STEEL SLAG AS COARSE AGGREGATE REPLACEMENT AND ECOSAND AS FINE AGGREGATE REPLACEMENT

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL

    the ecological imbalance. Availability of natural aggregates is getting depleted & also it becoming costly, therefore the replacement of natural sand by the waste industries by-products (Mineral admixtures) has been continuously emphasized during recent years. Natural sand is replaced by slag

  • Characteristics and Uses of Steel Slag in Building

    The objective of this chapter is to identify the mechanical characteristics of steel slag for using it in the construction of roads, which will be helpful to replace natural aggregates. As slag is an inert material, it cannot take part in chemical reactions during rainy season.

  • Aggregate Construction Aggregate Concrete

    Replacement of Natural Fine Aggregate With Air Cooled Blast Furnace Slag An Industrial By Product. 11th Batch. Recycled Aggregates Main. CENUSA Otel Si Fier. 31032013134235 Recycled Aggregate. Experimental Investigation of Copper Slag Replacement of Fine Aggregate Ppt. Uploaded by.

  • Presentation GGBS Edited Construction Aggregate Concrete

    Using recycled concrete from old demolished structure as a replacement to aggregates is a good practice to conserve natural aggregates. Another practical solutions to conserve natural resources is to use supplementary cementitious material such as GGBS, fly ash, slag, silica fume etc as a replacement to cement thereby the microstructure

  • Replacement Of Natural Fine Aggregate With Granular Slag-A

    The construction industry is the largest consumer of natural resources which led to depletion of good quality natural sand (Fine aggregates). This situation led us to explore alternative materials and granular slag a waste industrial byproduct is one such material identified for utilization it as replacement of natural sand. This paper highlights upon the feasibility study for the utilization

  • USE OF GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG AS FINE

    59 Int. J. Struct. & Civil Engg. Res. 2013 M C Nataraja et al., 2013 USE OF GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG AS FINE AGGREGATE IN CEMENT MORTAR M C Nataraja1*, P G Dileep Kumar2, A S Manu1 and M C Sanjay1 This paper investigates the possibility of utilizing Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GBFS) as a

  • Use of Recycled Aggregates in Construction

    2 Use of Recycled Aggregates in Construction Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 1 INTRODUCTION 6 1.1 General 6 1.2 Classification of Aggregates 6 2 MANUFACTURED AGGREGATES 7 2.1 Foamed Blast Furnace Slag (FBS) 7 2.2 Fly Ash Aggregates 8 2.3 Manufactured Sand 8 2.4 Polystyrene Aggregate 9 2.5 Expanded Clays, Shales and Slates 10 3 RECYCLED AGGREGATES

  • slag aggregate to concrete pdf harder-klassen.de

    .and Sustainable Replacement for Natural Coarse Aggregate. PDF 315The Scientific World JournalVolume 2015 (2015), Article ID 972567.concrete made with 50% EAF oxidizing slag aggregate in addition to 30% . learn more

  • Comparison of The Replacement of Natural Sand by Copper

    replacing sand by copper slag. Srinivasu, Usha, &Nagasai [11] studied on compressive strength properties and effects of copper slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete. The Two different types of concrete grades M30 & M40 were used with different percentage of copper slag replacement from 0 to 100 percentages.

  • Use of RECYCLED AGGREGATES In CONCRETE- A Paradigm Shift

    The use of recycled aggregates in concrete prove to be a valuable building materials in technical, environment and economical respect Recycled aggregate posses relatively lower bulk density, crushing and impact values and higher water absorption as compared to natural aggregate.

  • Partial Replacement of Cement with GGBS in Concrete

    Fine Aggregate The aggregate which passes through 4.75 mm IS sieve and retain on 75 microns IS sieve are known as fine aggregates. Fine aggregate is basically sands won from the land or the marine environment. Fine aggregates generally consist of natural sand or crushed stone with most particles passing through a 9.5mm sieve.

  • Aggregates for Concrete Memphis

    Coarse aggregates (Fig. 5-2) consist of one or a com-CHAPTER 5 Aggregates for Concrete bination of gravels or crushed stone with particles predominantly larger than 5 mm (0.2 in.) and generally between 9.5 mm and 37.5 mm (3⁄ 8 in. and 11⁄ 2 in.). Some natural aggregate deposits, called pit

  • Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Steel Slag

    The replacement of 100 % slag aggregate (coarse) increased concrete density by about 5 to 7 % the 28 day strength was increased by 21% with replacement of natural aggregates, while there was no increase in the setting time of concrete mixtures. Mechanical Properties Of Concrete Using Steel Slag Aggregate

  • An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement

    An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Ggbs and Natural Sand by Quarry Sand in Concrete Chaithra H L1, Pramod K2, Dr. Chandrashekar A3 1PG Student, Dept of Civil Engineering, K V G College of Engineering, Sullia, India 2Assistant Professor, Dept of Civil Engineering, K V G College of Engineering, Sullia, India 3HOD, Dept. of Civil Engineering, K VG College of Engineering