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  • (PDF) Feasibility Of Artificial Sand In Concrete

    The compressive, flexural and spilt tensile tests were conducted to study the strength of concrete using artificial sand and the results are compared with that of natural sand concrete. View Show

  • Strength appraisal of artificial sand as fine aggregate in

    STRENGTH APPRAISAL OF ARTIFICIAL SAND AS FINE AGGREGATE IN SFRC tensile strength and durability studies of concrete made of quarry rock dust in varying proportions were higher than those of conventional concrete by using natural sand as fine aggregate. The workability of the concrete mixes decreased with an increase in percentage of stone dust. It indicates that water requirement is higher

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL SAND AND

    use of artificial sand in increasing the workability and strengthening of reinforced cement concrete and plain cement concrete members. The main disadvantages of concrete are brittleness, low tensile strength, less resistance

  • Replacement of Natural Sand by Crushed Sand in the

    2017-03-01· Nowadays it is very important to make the concrete economical. Therefore the present work has initiated to make the concrete economical by replacing the natural sand by crushed sand in the concrete. From our study it is concluded that different Crushed sand gives different results for compressive strength depending on different quarries and from study of different research paper at

  • Author: Rameshwar S. Ingalkar, Shrikant M. Harle
  • Effect of Waste Foundry Sand (WFS) on the Mechanical

    compressive strength, split tensile strength as well as flexural strength of concrete by partial replacement of artificial sand by foundry sand as fine aggregate. Tests were carried out on cubes, cylinders and unreinforced beams to study the mechanical properties of concrete using foundry sand

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  • Compression and Split Tensile Strength of Concrete

    and tensile split strength of concrete with different aggregate which are compare with conventional concrete. Strength of concrete for the various combinations studied for the four proportions. From the study it observed that, in case of compressive strength of concrete for Cement, Artificial sand,

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  • Dataset of tensile strength development of concrete with

    2017-02-22· This article presents 755 groups splitting tensile strength tests data of concrete with manufactured sand (MSC) in different curing age ranged from 1 day to 388 days related to the research article “Experimental study on tensile strength development of concrete with manufactured sand” (Zhao et al., 2017) .These data were used to evaluate the precision of the prediction formulas of tensile

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  • Prediction of Compressive Strength of “Green” Concrete

    Traditionally, the four main ingredients used to make concrete are water, cement, fine aggregate (sand) and coarse aggregate, although this can be changed depending on the specific properties (e.g., higher compressive or tensile strength, more durability, or lighter volumetric mass density) that are needed for concrete. In these cases, some

  • Dataset of tensile strength development of concrete with

    This article presents 755 groups splitting tensile strength tests data of concrete with manufactured sand (MSC) in different curing age ranged from 1 day to 388 days related to the research article “Experimental study on tensile strength development of concrete with manufactured sand” (Zhao et al., 2017) .These data were used to evaluate the precision of the prediction formulas of tensile

  • Relation Between Compressive and Tensile Strength of Concrete

    The tensile strength of concrete can be measured by radically different tests, namely flexure, direct tension and splitting, and the resulting values of strength are not the same. A direct application of a pure tension force, free from eccentricity, is very difficult. A direct tension test, using bond end plates, is prescribed by the

  • tensile strength of concrete using artificial sand

    Crushed rock sand An economical and ecological alternative to (2003) observed that concrete made using crushed rock sand attained the comparable compressive strength, tensile strength and modulus of rupture as the...

  • Strength Characteristics Of Concrete With Recycled

    Use of machine made sand will allow replacement to conventional sand. The fresh and hardened properties of new concrete are studied and compared with concrete made using conventional materials. A comparison with control mix mainly their compressive strength, split tensile strength & flexural strength, will allow assessing the suitability of

  • STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE USING M- SAND

    investigated polymer based geopolymer concrete using m-sand. The SEM images of fly ash and manufactured sand were verified in this study. It was also shown that, the various mechanical properties like compressive, split tensile and flexural strength test results of geopolymer concrete with m. sand were increased in the order of

  • FLEXURAL AND TENSILE STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE USING

    for normal concrete (concrete with river sand as fine aggregate). Keywords: concrete, flexural strength, tensile strength, lateritic sand, quarry dust. 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is probably the most common material used in the construction industry in Nigeria and most countries of the world. The use of concrete structural

  • Mane Prediction of tensile strength of concrete produced

    To construct the model, 25 input parameters were used to achieve one output parameter, referred to as the tensile strength of concrete containing partly pozzolanic materials and manufactured sand. The results obtained in both, the training and testing phases strongly show the potential use of ANN to predict 28 days tensile strength of concretes containing partly pozzolanic materials and

  • Use of industrial sand for concrete production Request PDF

    Request PDF Use of industrial sand for concrete production In this paper it is evaluated the viability of the use of industrial sand as a substitute of natural sand in concrete production. In

  • Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Steel Slag Aggregate

    Mechanical Properties Of Concrete Using Steel Slag Aggregate ijeijournal Page 9 improvement in compressive strength, split tensile and flexure strength over control mixes by 4 to 8 %. The replacement of 100 % slag aggregate (coarse) increased concrete density by about 5 to 7 %

  • Experimental Study on Strength and Durability

    fibres, however strength achieved by conventional concrete is less than the strength achieved by concrete which is produced with 100% replacement of recycled coarse aggregate by natural coarse aggregate with constant 50% replacement of river sand by artificial sand in addition with 1.5% steel fibres. By using this we can produced green

  • 3 COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF STEEL SLAG AGGREGATE AND

    artificial sand is being used in wide range of work. We had also used artificial sand in our concrete as an application to green engineering concept. Key words: steel slag aggregate, artificial sand, OPC, compressive strength, coarse aggregate. INTRODUCTION Conventionally concrete is mixture of cement, sand and aggregate. Properties of aggregate

  • An Experimental study on compressive strength of Quarry

    days for tensile strength which increased to 13.47%. Ukpata and Ephraim [7] identified the flexural and tensile strength properties compared with those for normal concrete. Hence, concrete proportion of lateritic sand and quarry dust can be used for construction provided the mixture of lateritic sand content is reserved below 50%.

  • Experimental study and comparison between the use of

    Experimental study and comparison between the use of natural and artificial coarse aggregate in concrete mixture. 62-66. [14] Joseph O, Ukpata1, Maurice, E Ephraim. Flexural and tensile strength properties of concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust as fine aggregate. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 2012; 324:331-7. [15] Maninder S, Praveen K, Mannan RM. Strength

  • Strength Characteristics of Concrete Mix by Replacing Fine

    Strength Characteristics of Concrete Mix by Replacing Fine Aggregates with Industrial Sand aggregates and artificial sand (machine made sand) in concrete, using IS10262:2009 as guideline for designing the concrete with grade M25. III. 7EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM 35.90 MPa 3.3.1 Cement The cement use for the experimental studies was ACC 43 Grade OPC as per the specifications of Indians

  • Strength Evaluation of Single Adhesive Concrete Anchors

    The aim of this study is to estimate the tensile strength of concrete adhesive anchors in uncracked concrete using artificial neural networks (ANNs) subject to bond failure and the effect of different parameters on it. As a result of this study, the ANN model will be able to capture the complex relationship between the adhesive bond stress and

  • Authors: A M Said · S E RobinsonAbout: Adhesive · Artificial neural network
  • Strength and Durability Properties of Granite Powder Concrete

    properties such as compressive strength, split tensile strength, modulus of elasticity. They also indicated that the values of both plastic and drying shrinkage of concrete in the granite powder concrete specimens were nominal than those of ordinary concrete specimens. They examine the possibility of using granite powder as replacement of sand and partial replacement of cement with fly ash

  • Published in: Journal of Civil Engineering Research · 2014Authors: A Arivumangai · T Felixkala
  • Experimental Investigation On The Strength Characteristics

    beyond 60% replacement of M-sand with the river sand. This shows beyond 60% replacement of M-sand will reduce the strength of concrete. E. Test on split tensile strength The split tensile test was carried out conforming to IS 516-1959 to obtain the 28 days strength with partial replacement of M-sand. Table 3 percentage 1

  • HIGH-STRENGTH STRUCTURAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

    concrete member, This bubble is accountable for a superior freezing and thawing resistance and thermal reduce conductivity, low water absorption, high tensile strength, high fire resistance and sound retention, and corrects deficiencies in the sand that causes bleeding.