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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

2018-12-14  slag, a waste material obtained from AGNI Steel Industry- Ingur, in concrete as a partial replacement material for sand. Slag fines may be used as a substitute for sand without any deleterious effect. Volume stability, good sulphate resistance, 1.5 RESEARCH SIGNIFICANCE IN INDIAN CONTEXT Presently, use of slag in India is to the tune of 15 to

(PDF) Use of furnace slag and welding slag as replacement

the present study focuses to replace sand by welding slag. (WS) and furnace slag (FS) in the production of concrete. Properties of aggregates and slag were studied in detail. M25 concrete was

Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Fine

replaced by steel mill scale of about 40%and 50%. This partial replacement of coarse and fine aggregates with steel slag and steel mill scale will increases the strength of about 30% to 50%. The main aim of this research was to study the behavior of concrete and changes in the properties of

Utilization of Industrial Waste Slag as Aggregate in

2013-12-24  The replace-ment of 40% steel mill scale with that of fine aggregate increased compressive strength by 40%, drying shrinkage was lower when using steel mill scale. Sean Monkman, Yixin Shao, Caijun Shi, 2009 [9] in-vestigated the possibility of using a carbonated LF slag as a fine aggregate in concrete. The slag was treated with CO. 2

REPLACEMENT OF COPPER SLAG WITH FINE AGGREGATE

2020-3-29  concrete when replacement of copper slag is 50%. 2. In this case we observed that Copper slag behaves like river sand. 3. It is observed that when increasing percentage replacement of fine aggregate by Copper slag the unit weight of concrete is gradually increases. REFERENCES 1. Zine Kiran Sambhaji1, Prof.Pankaj B. Autade2 “Effect of

(PDF) Effect of Iron Slag and Robodust on the Mechanical

Chetan Khajuria and Rafat Siddique, ' Use of Iron slag as partial replacement of sand to concrete',International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research, 3(6), 2014, pp.

Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in

2015-12-28  Slag cement is often referred to as “ground granulated blast-furnace slag” (GGBFS). As requested in 2001 by slag cement manufacturers and the Slag Cement Association, the American Concrete Institute officially reviewed and changed the terminology from GGBFS to slag cement (ACI Committee 233, 2004).

Utilization of Granulated Blast Fu rnace (GBF) slag for

2020-12-18  2.Sieve analysis and particle size distribution of GBF slag of VSP is similar to normal river sand as per IS-383(Zone-II). 3.The Results of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% replacement of river sand with blast furnace slag has given acceptable Cold Crushing Strength (CCS) in 7 days and 28 days of curing 4.The use of blast furnace slag (as fine aggregate

Cement Replacement Material an overview

Robert Lewis, Ray Ryle, in Advanced Concrete Technology, 2003. 3.7.8 Compatibility with blended cements. A large proportion of readymixed concrete manufactured in the UK contains cement replacement materials such as ground granulated blast-furnace slag (ggbs) and pulverized fuel ash (pfa). These materials are industrial pozzolans and are activated in much the same way as metakaolin.

Concrete without sand? Down To Earth

Khalifa S Al Jabri of Oman in his findings published in the internationally referred journals such as Cement and Concrete Composites and Construction and Building Materials in 2006 recommends that 50 per cent copper slag can be used as replacement of sand in order to obtain concrete with good strength and durability requirements.

Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in

2015-12-28  Slag cement is often referred to as “ground granulated blast-furnace slag” (GGBFS). As requested in 2001 by slag cement manufacturers and the Slag Cement Association, the American Concrete Institute officially reviewed and changed the terminology from GGBFS to slag cement (ACI Committee 233, 2004).

Properties of Heavyweight Concrete for Structural and

2015-10-24  In applications of concrete for shielding against hazardous radiation or for being used as counterweight, as well as in various other applications that involve the use of heavyweight concrete, the most significant method of mix design involves the use of heavyweight aggregates. Concrete mixes that were produced for this work contained iron ore, steel mill scale, two types of barite, and steel

Utilization of Granulated Blast Fu rnace (GBF) slag for

2020-12-18  2.Sieve analysis and particle size distribution of GBF slag of VSP is similar to normal river sand as per IS-383(Zone-II). 3.The Results of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% replacement of river sand with blast furnace slag has given acceptable Cold Crushing Strength (CCS) in 7 days and 28 days of curing 4.The use of blast furnace slag (as fine aggregate

Cement Replacement Material an overview

Robert Lewis, Ray Ryle, in Advanced Concrete Technology, 2003. 3.7.8 Compatibility with blended cements. A large proportion of readymixed concrete manufactured in the UK contains cement replacement materials such as ground granulated blast-furnace slag (ggbs) and pulverized fuel ash (pfa). These materials are industrial pozzolans and are activated in much the same way as metakaolin.

Replacement of Cement in Concrete

2014-1-21  Replacement of Cement in Concrete P. Vipul Naidu1 and Pawan Kumar Pandey2 1Civil-SOT, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Raysan, Gandhinagar, INDIA. 2Engineer, DMRC, Sector-18, Rohini, New Delhi, INDIA. Abstract Cement is a binding material, a substance that sets and hardens independently, and can bind other materials together.

Researchers create stronger concrete from steel slag

2020-9-4  The slag used in the study was sourced from Australian Steel Mill Services in Port Kembla, New South Wales. Dr Pramanik believes this new method of producing steel slag concrete will help boost the concept of a circular economy, with a zero-waste approach. “We are able to have 50 per cent replacement with normal coarse aggregates and we have

Everything About Mill Scale. Mill scale is a flaky surface

2017-2-22  Mill scale is a flaky surface that forms on the exteriors of steel sheets and plates during their manufacture via rolling billets and hot iron. The by-product is comprised of bluish-black iron

iron slag fine grinding machine for cement

Iron and steel making slag are by products of the iron making and steelmaking processes. To date, these types of slag have been widely used in cement and as aggregate for civil works. The report presents an investigation of mechanical and durability properties of concrete by adding iron slag as replacement of sand in various percentages. Get Price

Properties of Hardened Concrete with Blast Furnace Slag

Color of concrete incorporating slag Due to light color of blast furnace slag, color of slag concrete is lighter in comparison with conventional concrete. Moreover, deep blue-green color shown by interior part of slag concrete and can be noticed from slag concrete broken

Copper Slag Copper Slag Manufacturer and Suppliers in

Copper Slag- Manufacturers of Copper Slag in India. We are the supplier and exporter of copper slag abrasive grit, copper slag for sand blasting at a low price in Rajasthan, India.

Researchers create stronger concrete from steel slag

2020-9-4  The slag used in the study was sourced from Australian Steel Mill Services in Port Kembla, New South Wales. Dr Pramanik believes this new method of producing steel slag concrete will help boost the concept of a circular economy, with a zero-waste approach. “We are able to have 50 per cent replacement with normal coarse aggregates and we have

Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Conclusion

2016-6-16  The molten slag is lighter and floats on the top of the molten iron. The molten slag comprises mostly silicates and alumina from the original iron ore, combined with some oxides from the limestone. The process of granulating the slag involves cooling of molten slag through high-pressure water jets. This rapidly quenches the slag and forms

Study of mechanical behaviour of partially replaced

2018-4-11  Chaithra H L1 (2015): This paper deals with the effective utilization of waste material in concrete production as a partial replacement for Cement and sand. The cement has been replaced by GGBS in the range of 30%, 40% and 50% by weight of

Replacement of Cement in Concrete

2014-1-21  Replacement of Cement in Concrete P. Vipul Naidu1 and Pawan Kumar Pandey2 1Civil-SOT, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Raysan, Gandhinagar, INDIA. 2Engineer, DMRC, Sector-18, Rohini, New Delhi, INDIA. Abstract Cement is a binding material, a substance that sets and hardens independently, and can bind other materials together.

(PDF) Feasibility study of high volume slag as cement

This paper presents a study on the use of high volume slag as a cement replacement material, and waste oil palm shell (OPS) as a lightweight aggregate to produce a sustainable lightweight concrete (LWC). In order to establish the feasibility of such

Blast Furnace Slag FLY ASH REFERENCE Aggregate

2016-1-17  Slag Association’s (ASA) publications ‘Guide to the Use of Iron and Steel Slag in Roads’ and ‘Guide to the Use of Iron Blast Furnace Slag in Cement and Concrete’ 1,10. As there are many types of slag, it should be noted that the term ‘slag’ used throughout this publication refers specifically

Applications of Steel Slag Powder and Steel Slag

2018-1-30  The applications of steel slag powder and steel slag aggregate in ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) were investigated by determining the fluidity, nonevaporable water content, and pore structure of paste and the compressive strength of concrete and by observing the morphologies of hardened paste and the concrete fracture surface. The results show that the fluidity of the paste

More sustainable mortars and concrete with optimal

2021-6-10  Concrete and mortar are made by mixing water, sand, cement and aggregates. 'The main problem is the amount of cement used to produce this type of material; cement manufacturing uses a huge amount of energy and natural resources, which implies a high level of CO 2 emissions. Diverse studies are under way aimed at reducing the quantity of cement

CONCRETE Optimizing the Use of Fly Ash in Concrete

2014-9-29  concrete grow dramatically with close to 15 million tons used in con-crete, concrete products and grouts in the U.S. in 2005 (ACAA 2006). Historically, fly ash has been used in concrete at levels ranging from 15% to 25% by mass of the cementitious material component.The actual amount used varies widely depending on the application, the properties

Using Recycled Concrete Aggregate Specify Concrete

2019-2-28  Construction aggregate includes a range of particulate materials ranging from coarse to medium grains including sand, gravel, slag, crushed stones, and recycled concrete. These materials are mixed in with concrete to give the end product a strong and durable finish. Construction contractors