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Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

The study indicated that Waste glass can effectively be used as coarse aggregate replacement (upto 50%) without substantial change in strength. Keywords: Coarse aggregate; Compressive strength ...

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(PDF) Glass Wastes as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

2014-1-1  Laboratory experiments were conducted in the SHIATS to further explore the use of waste glass as coarse aggregates replacement in concrete. The study indicated that Waste glass

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Effect of using recycled waste glass coarse aggregates

At 95% confidence, results of the Kruskal-Wallis test show that the use of recycled waste glass as coarse aggregates in concrete at contents of up to 25% does not significantly affect its abrasion resistance. When compared with the typical high-strength mixture with proven field performance, the results of the Kruskal-Wallis test at 95% confidence ...

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Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate for Concrete

Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate for Concrete. .RIS For RefWorks, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Zoteo, and many others. . DOCX For Microsoft Word. The paper reports on the performance of 34 different concrete mixes containing glass crushed to ¾-in. (19-mm) maximum size as coarse aggregate and six reference mixes made with gravel of the same ...

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(PDF) Recycled Glass Concrete: Coarse and Fine

Recycled waste glasses were used as coarse and fine aggregates replacement in concrete. Coarse aggregates were replaced with Green Bottles coarse aggregates at

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Effect of Recycling Waste Glass as Fine and Coarse ...

The research plan is based on the idea of recycling glass waste and using it as a aggregate in ordinary concrete in two cases. The first case is a partial replacement of the sand and a percentage of(5%, 10%, 15%,and 20%). 20

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Recycled Glass Concrete: Coarse and Fine Aggregates

The use of waste glass as aggregate for concrete has been attempted decades ago. Those early efforts were thwarted by the problem of alkali-silica reaction (ASR), which was not well understood then.

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WASTE GLASS AS COARSE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE

WASTE GLASS AS COARSE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE. Performance of 34 different concrete mixes containing glass crushed to three-quarters of an inch (19-mm) maximum size as coarse aggregate and six reference mixes made with gravel of the same size is recorded. Partial cement replacement with fly ash and mixing of glass with gravel aggregate were ...

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Use of Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: A ...

2014-11-13  glass, glass powder etc. are being used in concrete construction. Mostly, waste glass is used partially with cement, coarse aggregate and fine aggregate and sometimes as replacement of fine aggregate. Commercially, waste glass is already being used in architectural concrete or decorative concrete. For the most common applications of glass in

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Recycled glass as a partial replacement for fine

2012-10-1  Recycled glass waste can be used as a partial replacement of fine aggregate. Eighteen concrete mixes % of fine agg. replacement were 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%. Slump flow of (SCC) increased with the increase of recycled glass content. Mechanical properties decreased with the increase in recycled glass content. Recycled glass aggregate can successfully be used for producing

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Studies In Utilisation Of Ground And Coarse Waste Glass

2018-10-20  The glass powder is being used for partial binder replacement in proportions of 10%, 20% and 30% binder replacement whereas the processed glass is being used for 100% replacement of fine aggregate. The coarse aggregate component of the concrete is standardised at 10mm crushed limestone. Each of the materials has been analysed to

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Management and recycling of waste glass in concrete ...

2013-1-1  The waste glass bottles are collected by the Community Recycling Promotion Vehicles and transport to the Kowloon Bay Material Transfer Centre or Eco Park in Tuen Mun for pick up by local glass recyclers. Besides the partnership recycling programme, non-government organizations have setup a limited territory-wide network for glass recycling.

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Glass Aggregate - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

For the incorporation of waste glass as aggregate replacement in concrete/mortar, there are contrasting opinions about the influence of glass aggregates on workability. Several researchers ( Park et al., 2004; Wang, 2009; Ismail and AL-Hashmi, 2009 ) found that the slump value of fresh concrete was reduced with an increasing percentage of glass ...

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1. Efforts have been made in construction industry to use waste glass as a partial replacement of the coarse or fine aggregate [9]. 2. The successful use of other industrial by products of wastes such as fly ash and silica fume in concrete set as good example for waste glass to be used in a different way. 3.

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Glass Sand DNF WASTE SERVICES

Glass Sand is proving to be a popular and effective way to demonstrate the industry’s environmental commitment. Glass Sand can be used as a dressing blending perfectly with finished product. Glass Sand has a more consistent feel and is less prone to ‘plugging’ or ‘slumping‘. The predominantly green colour of Glass Sand is a distinct ...

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Studies on Concrete containing E plastic waste

2017-12-12  Chen[3] reported the scope for utilization of waste glass in concrete in several forms ,including fine aggregate and coarse aggregate. Reindl[2] suggested the applications of glass cullets as concrete aggregate, Road construction aggregate and building applications( Bricks, Tiles,

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The Environmental Impact of Recycled Concrete

2012-8-14  recycled aggregate production is about 5% of the total aggregates needed to supply the construction industry. As other industries, the transformation activities to produce concrete generate waste. The standards are mostly conservative and the amount of recycled concrete aggregates used normally does not exceed 20% in weight on coarse aggregates.

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Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate Concrete ...

2018-9-24  i. RAP aggregate and fresh coarse aggregate. ii. Fresh aggregate concrete and recycled asphalt Pavement concrete 3. SCOPE OF THE STUDY In this project, the mix design of M30 grade of cement concrete is developed at water cement ratio 0.45 using virgin coarse aggregate (CA). In order to study the potential of RAP

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Study report SR101 Effect of recycled concrete aggregate ...

2020-4-9  their inclusion in recycled aggregate concrete. 2. SCOPE The scope of this research report is based on an extension to previous work carried out by Park (1999). This previous work investigated mixes that contained 100% recycled coarse aggregate as compared with corresponding virgin aggregate mixes. Three different cement contents were investigated.

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[PDF] Handbook Of Recycled Concrete And

Recycled Aggregate Concrete Structures Book Description : This book describes how, given the global challenge of a shortage of natural resources in the 21st century, the recycling of waste concrete is one of the most important means of implementing sustainable construction development strategies.

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Recycled Aggregate - CalRecycle Home Page

Aggregate consists of hard, graduated fragments of inert mineral materials, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, rock dust, or powder. Inert solid waste is concrete, asphalt, dirt, brick, and other rubble. Portland cement concrete (PCC) and asphalt concrete (AC) consist primarily of aggregate. The cement and asphalt serve as binders.

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SID

1. Efforts have been made in construction industry to use waste glass as a partial replacement of the coarse or fine aggregate [9]. 2. The successful use of other industrial by products of wastes such as fly ash and silica fume in concrete set as good example for waste glass to be used in a different way. 3.

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CONCRETE USING RECYCLED E-WASTE : A REVIEW

2021-4-15  replaced by E-waste at a percentage rate of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, and 25% for coarse aggregate of water and cement. M25 Concrete is often prepared for conventional specimens without using E- waste aggregates. The results and effect of concrete's physical

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Glass Sand DNF WASTE SERVICES

Glass Sand is proving to be a popular and effective way to demonstrate the industry’s environmental commitment. Glass Sand can be used as a dressing blending perfectly with finished product. Glass Sand has a more consistent feel and is less prone to ‘plugging’ or ‘slumping‘. The predominantly green colour of Glass Sand is a distinct ...

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Rice Husk Ash Manufacturer and Suppliers In India

2019-1-7  Concrete is usual structural resource keeping of cement, aggregate as well as porosity. Refractory wastes could be managed either as a replacement material of reusing wastes glass from crushed boxes and developing a demolition as a super fine aggregate on concrete up to

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Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate Concrete ...

2018-9-24  i. RAP aggregate and fresh coarse aggregate. ii. Fresh aggregate concrete and recycled asphalt Pavement concrete 3. SCOPE OF THE STUDY In this project, the mix design of M30 grade of cement concrete is developed at water cement ratio 0.45 using virgin coarse aggregate (CA). In order to study the potential of RAP

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Recycling Concrete Waste Materials

The waste materials considered to be recycled in this study consist of glass, plastics, and demolished concrete.To complete the waste management plan, there should be an estimation of the amount and type of recyclable and non-recyclable waste materials that are expected to be generated on site.

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[PDF] Handbook Of Recycled Concrete And

Recycled Aggregate Concrete Structures Book Description : This book describes how, given the global challenge of a shortage of natural resources in the 21st century, the recycling of waste concrete is one of the most important means of implementing sustainable construction development strategies.

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o l ssu E spl A n 2014 ISSN: 2348-0033 (Online) ISSN ...

2014-1-21  E- Waste particles can be used as coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, fine filler in concrete depending on its chemical composition and particle size. E- waste available in the form of loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, Broken, electrical or electronic devices from commercial informal recyclers have been collected which were crushed to the

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The greening of the concrete industry_百度文库

2017-3-11  Post-consumer glass Post-consumer glass is another example of a suitable aggregate for concrete, as research at Columbia University has shown [18]. It costs taxpayers in New York City more than 60 million dollars each year to dispose of its waste glass.

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