• (PDF) Stone Dust in Concrete: Effect on Compressive

    Stone dust is a waste material obtained from crusher plants. It has potential to be used as partial replacement of natural river sand in concrete. Use of

  • (PDF) Stone Dust as Fine Aggregate Replacement in

    percent replacement of fine aggregate with stone dust in concrete. Re sults shows natural sand can be effectively replace with stone dust and maximum strength attains at 60 percent replacement of

  • Utilization of Stone Dust as Fine Aggregate Replacement in

    The study shows that compressive strength of concrete made using stone dust as fine aggregate replacement having greater value in comparison of conventional concrete whereas the ability of concrete was decreased rapidly with the increment of stone dust in concrete.

  • Experimental Study of Property of Cement Concrete

    The suitability of crushed stone dust waste as fine aggregate for concrete has been assessed by comparing its basic properties with that of conventional concrete. The equivalent mixes were obtained by replacing natural sand by stone dust partially and fully.

  • Author: Robin Sanwat and Sumit Rana
  • (PDF) Crushed stone waste as fine aggregate for concrete

    01/01/2003· The suitability of crushed stone dust waste as fine aggregate for concrete was accessed by comparing its basic properties with that of conventional concrete. Crushed stone dust waste can be used

  • (PDF) Strength aspect of concrete using stone dust as a

    On the other hand, disposal of stone dust generated from stone crusher is becoming a problem. Substituting sand by stone dust will serve the waste management as

  • International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current

    The suitability of crushed stone dust waste as fine aggregate for concrete has been assessed by comparing its basic properties with that of conventional concrete. The equivalent mixes were obtained by replacing natural sand by stone dust partially and fully.

  • Experimental Study on Concrete by Partial Replacement of

    The suitability of crushed stone dust waste as a fine aggregate for concrete has been assessed by comparing its basic properties with that of conventional concrete. Two basic mixes were chosen for natural sand to achieve M25 and M30 grade concrete. The equivalent mixes were obtained by replacing natural sand by stone dust partially and fully.

  • Use of Quarry Dust to Replace Sand in Concrete An

    Coarse aggregate of 20mm maximum size is used in Reinforced cement concrete of all types of structures. This is obtained by crushing the stone boulders of size 100 to 150mm in the stone crushers. Then it is sieved and the particles passing through 20 mm and retained on 10mm sieve known as course aggregate.

  • performance of concrete by replacement of sand by steel

    Recycled concrete, or crushed waste concrete, is a feasible source of aggregates and an economic reality, especially where good aggregates are scarce. Conventional stone crushing equipment can be used, and new equipment has been developed to reduce noise and dust. Can waste foundry sand fully replace structural concrete

  • International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current

    been assessed by comparing its basic properties with that of conventional concrete. The equivalent mixes were obtained by replacing natural sand by stone dust partially and fully. The test result indicate that crushed stone dust waste can be effectively used to replace natural sand in concrete. In the experimental study, of strength characteristics of concrete using crushed stone dust as fine

  • INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE BY

    INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE BY REPLACING CEMENT WITH COCONUT SHELL ASH & STONE DUST Shoaib Ibn Hasan*1, Abid Hasan Manon2, Mir Abdul Kuddus3, and Md. Midul Hossain4 1Under Graduate Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering &Technoloyg, Bangladesh, e-mail: [email protected]

  • Comparative Study of Conventional Concrete Strength with

    Comparative Study of Conventional Concrete Strength with Quarry Dust Replacing Sand in Concrete Prof. Sumit L. Chauhan Prof. Pavan S.Kamble Assistant Professor P. I. G. C. E. Nagpur Assistant Professor P. I. G. C. E. Nagpur [email protected] [email protected] Abstract –The describe the role of quarry dust in the construction of buildings and comparative study of Plane

  • Strength Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement

    stone dust as cement replacement on the mechanical properties as well as durability characteristics in high strength concrete. 30% of the OPC was replaced by fine stone dust having 95% purity of silica. The result of the study indicated that high strength concrete can be produced using fine stone dust with improved strength and durability.

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL

    stone crushing unit. This quarry dust which is released directly into environment can cause environmental pollution. To reduce the impact of the quarry dust on environment and humans, this waste can be used to produce a new product by partially replacing fine aggregates with quarry dust in concrete. Table 2 expalin detail about the physical

  • Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine

    Test result gives that compressive strength of mould with 35% of sand and 3% of cement replacing dust increases to 21.33% and 22.76% in that order compared to the normal mortar mould at 7 and 28 days for tensile strength which increased to 13.47%. Ukpata and Ephraim identified the flexural and tensile strength properties compared with those for normal concrete. Hence, concrete proportion of

  • CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW Shodhganga

    concrete is possible with proper treatment of quarry dust before utilization and also found that the compressive, flexural, split tensile strengths and durability properties of concrete made of quarry rock dust are nearly 10% more than the conventional concrete. Shukla et al (2000) confirmed that the replacement of sand by stone

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT

    flexural strength to the conventional concrete. These tests were carried out to evaluate the mechanical properties for 7, 14 and 28 days. This research is concerned with the experimental investigation on strength of concrete and optimum percentage of the partial replacement by replacing cement via 10%, 15%, 20%, of ceramic waste. Keeping all this view, the aim of the analysis is to study

  • An Experimental study on Effects of Quarry Dust as Partial

    was replaced with stone dust in percentage of 3, 5, and 7 percent. Similarly, sand was replaced with stone dust in percentage of 15 to 50 with an increase of 5 percent. Test result gives that compressive strength of mould with 35% of sand and 3% of cement replacing dust increases to 21.33% and 22.76% in that order compared to the normal mortar mould at 7 and 28 days for tensile strength which