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effect of granulated slag as sand replacement in concrete

effect of granulated slag as sand replacement in concrete

Effect of 30% Ground Granulated Blast,This paper investigates the effects of using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS), Lead Slag (LS) and Zinc Slag (ZS) as replacement for sand on the strength of concrete Compressive strength, flexural strength, water absorption and density were tested at 14, 28 and 56 days.. Know More

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The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand Replacement

improvement by the use of ground granulated blast furnace slag as a replacement of sand in concrete mixtures. The optimum percentage is between 30 % and 40 %, after those percentages there is no observed increase. Keywords: Concrete; Compressive strength; Flexural properties; Ground granulated blast furnace slag, replacement as a sand. I

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effect of granulated slag as sand replacement in concrete

Effective Utilization of Slag Sand and Ground Granulated slag sand is used as a complete replacement to natural sand and is physically Key words: Sustainable concrete Slag sand Ground granulated blast-furnace slag Strength studies. 1. bridges due to undermining effect

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THE EFFECT OF REPLACEMENT OF NATURALS AGGREGATES BY

The aggregates (sand and gravel) form the skeleton of the concrete; they occupy approximately 75% of its volume, and intervene directly on the physical and mechanical properties of concrete. The aim objective of this experimental work consists in: Substituting sand by granulated blast furnace slag.

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The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand Replacement

Cubes of concrete were tested to show the effect of the substituting part of sand by granulated slag (30%, 50%) and the total substitution on compressive strength. Test results were carried out at 3, 7, 28, 60 days and 5 months of hard.

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Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in

Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Portland Cement Concrete (PCC)-Wisconsin Highway Research Program WHRP 07-01 Irene K. LaBarca, Ryan D. Foley, Steven M. Cramer Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison January 2007 Expanded Study SPR # 0092-05-01

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Effect of copper slag and granite dust as sand replacement

Nov 07, 2020· The SEM images of the control concrete and specimen with 30% CS + GD replacement showed that there was sufficient C-S-H gel available to bind the CS particle, GD, sand, coarse aggregates together; however, the SEM images of the specimen with 40%-50% copper slag replacement showed that sufficient C-S-H gel could not bind the ingredients in the

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Use of Iron Slag as Partial Replacement of Sand to Concrete

Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Concrete using Artificial Neural Network”. Advances in Engineering Software Vol. 40 pp 334–340. [4] Binici H., Temiz H.S., Kose M.M. (2006). “The effect of fineness on the properties of the blended cements incorporating ground granulated blast furnace slag and ground basaltic pumice.”

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An Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by

Dec 12, 2017· Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag is a by-product of Iron and Steel industry which is produced in large quantities as a solid waste.It is highly cementitious, Quarry Dust is used as a replacement of Natural Sand due to its scarcity. The replacement percentages of Cement with GGBS are 20 %, 40 % and 60 % by weight and 25 %, 50 %, 75 % and 100

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THE EFFECT OF REPLACEMENT OF NATURALS AGGREGATES BY SLAG

The aggregates (sand and gravel) form the skeleton of the concrete; they occupy approximately 75% of its volume, and intervene directly on the physical and mechanical properties of concrete. The aim objective of this experimental work consists in: Substituting sand by granulated blast furnace slag.

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Effect of 30% Ground Granulated Blast Furnace, Lead and

This paper investigates the effects of using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS), Lead Slag (LS) and Zinc Slag (ZS) as replacement for sand on the strength of concrete. Compressive strength, flexural strength, water absorption and density were tested at 14, 28 and 56 days. In this study, a total of 40 concrete samples, including Pozzolanic Portland Cement

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The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand Replacement

Cubes of concrete were tested to show the effect of the substituting part of sand by granulated slag (30%, 50%) and the total substitution on compressive strength. Test results were carried out at 3, 7, 28, 60 days and 5 months of hard.

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Use of Iron Slag as Partial Replacement of Sand to Concrete

Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Concrete using Artificial Neural Network”. Advances in Engineering Software Vol. 40 pp 334–340. [4] Binici H., Temiz H.S., Kose M.M. (2006). “The effect of fineness on the properties of the blended cements incorporating ground granulated blast furnace slag and ground basaltic pumice.”

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Effect of 30% Ground Granulated Blast Furnace, Lead and

This paper investigates the effects of using Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS), Lead Slag (LS) and Zinc Slag (ZS) as replacement for sand on the strength of concrete.

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Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The

Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The Propertes Of Concrete 1Pawar L.alitBhausing, 2Yeole Pradip M., 3Pagar Sharad R. 1,2,3Assistant Professor. 1Civil Engineering Department, 1SNJB’s LSKBJ COE, Chandwad, Malegaon, India Abstract : This study has been undertaken to determine the effects of the copper slag on concrete by replacing

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An Experimental Investigation on Properties of Concrete by

Dec 12, 2017· Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag is a by-product of Iron and Steel industry which is produced in large quantities as a solid waste.It is highly cementitious, Quarry Dust is used as a replacement of Natural Sand due to its scarcity. The replacement percentages of Cement with GGBS are 20 %, 40 % and 60 % by weight and 25 %, 50 %, 75 % and 100

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Concrete and its

The ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) is a by-product of iron manufacturing which when added to concrete improves its properties such as workability, strength and durability. This material is obtained by the heating of iron ore, limestone and coke at a temperature about 1500 degree Celsius.

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Effect of nickel slag as a sand replacement in strength

This research investigates the use of nickel slag as the replacement of sand in concrete. Various concrete samples were produced with the increasing nickel slag content from 0% to 50% every 10%. A water-cement-ratio of 0.35 was chosen in this study. Concrete mixes were assessed for their compressive strength and workability.

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Replacement Of Sand By Steel Slag In Concrete

Replacement Of Sand With Steel Slag In Concrete. STEEL SLAG AS REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE IN . 2018-10-11 · steel slag to evaluate the effectiveness of the use of steel slag as a partial replacement in sand To replace Sand with various percentages 10, 20, 30, 40% of steel slag waste in M25, M30 & M35 concrete.

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