Abstract- 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 stone dust in concrete not only improve the quality of concrete but also conserve
Keywords: mortar; cement; sand; compressive strength; tensile strength; stone dust; replacement. 1. According to Masrur (2010) about 100000 cft of stone dust is generated during stone crushing 2.2 Sand. Graded river sand was used to make the mortar specimens .
25 Jan 2017 Rameshwar S. Ingalkar and Shrikant M. Harle: Replacement of Natural Sand by Crushed Sand in the Concrete component of concrete. The most commonly used fine aggregate is natural river or pit sand. Now-a-days good
Crushed Sand vs Natural Sand:Crushed sand is a better substitute for natural sand. A brief comparison of these materials to help The sand is usually excavated from river beds or river bank by digging. The natural sand deposits are getting
Abstract— In the construction industry, there is a high demand for natural river sand, especially in the production of concrete, which creates major an attempt to partially replace quarry dust in place of sand in M35 grade concrete.
Concrete used was prepared by replacing 25% and 100% of sand by weight with quarry dust. Also . Portland limestone cement, river sand and quarry rock dust both of 2 mm maximum size as fine aggregate, and 14 mm crushed rock coarse
29 Nov 2011 The effect of variation in percentage replacement of river sand with crushed stone fine aggregate on the mechanical properties is studied. In order to popularize the locally available material for the construction of shear critical
clear picture that quarry dust can be utilized in concrete mixtures as a good substitute for natural river sand giving higher strength at 50% replacement. Index Terms- Concrete, quarry dust, river sand, compressive strength. I. INTRODUCTION.
This paper examines the possibility of using finely ground waste glass as partial natural sand replacement in concrete. The reduction of waste glass particle size was accomplished in the laboratory by crushing and grinding the waste glass in a
The supply of river sand is inadequate and its continued supply is uncertain, use of Manufactured. Sand (M-Sand) and Quarry Dust Sand as a substitute for river sand become inevitable. To overcome from this crisis, fully replacement of sand
as a total replacement to river sand in the production of concrete, and comparing the results (compressive strength) to that obtained from conventional concrete made with river sand. Key word: Quarry dust, river sand, compressive strength,
ABSTRACT: Now a days the use of Natural sand is increasing rapidly this will lead to Scarcity of sand some river has replacement of sand with quarry dust and cement with mineral admixtures on the compressive strength of concrete.
Research on natural crushed rock sand, copper slag, waste foundry sand, coal ash, recycle sand etc. has shown that these can also be used in concrete as fine aggregate [7, 8], either in full or as fractional replacement of natural sand [8-10].
17 May 2019 Using quarry waste as a substitute of sand in construction materials would resolve the environmental problems caused by the large-scale depletion of the natural sources of river and mining sands. This paper reports the
The present study concentrated on physical properties of river sand and quarry dust which is aimed to utilizing quarry dust as fine aggregate in replacing natural sand. Quarry dust which a waste product from aggregate crushers could replace
Hence, the need to find materials which are affordable and available to partially or totally replaced river sand in the This work is focused on the use of quarry dust as a total replacement to river sand in the production of concrete, and
Practically the concrete made of crushed sand is more homogeneous as compared to natural(river)sand, because Crushed sand is not only replacement for sand for making concrete, but as per my practical experience it can be used for
of concrete in almost all types of construction works, the demand of natural or river sand substitute. The cheapest and the easiest way of getting substitute for natural sand is by crushing natural stone to get artificial sand of desired size and
as unused. The investigations indicate that stone crusher powder has the similar characteristics and performances as that of river sand. In this paper an attempt has been made to investigate the replacement of sand with Stone crusher powder.
30 Jun 2016 The suitability of quarry dust as a sand replacement material shows that the mechanical properties are improved . The specimens were casted with conventional materials; that is, fine aggregate is natural river sand with M30
aggregate quarry, Stone dust is such materials which is easily available in large quantities from crusher units. concrete. The use of crusher stone dust in making mortar by partial replacement of natural river sand not only provides economy
optimization method to develop a suitable mix proportion for self compacting concrete (SCC) with different percentage of replacement of river sand by crusher dust. They studied about the compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural
9 May 2018 Also, the use of quarry dust as the fine aggregate decreases the cost of concrete production in terms of the partial replacement for natural river sand. Design mix of M25grade concrete with replacement of 0%, 20%, 25%, 30%,
9 Jan 2013 The results show that 5% of welding and 10% furnace slags replacement with sand is very effective for practical purpose. .. Joel M: Use of crushed granite fine as replacement to river sand in concrete production. Leonardo
Full Text Available The suitability of Crushed granite fine (CGF to replace river sand in concrete production for use in rigid pavement was investigated. Slump, compressive and indirect tensile strength tests were performed on fresh and
Also, the use of quarry dust as the fine aggregate decreases the cost of concrete production in terms of the partial replacement for natural river sand. Design mix of M25grade concrete with replacement of 0%, 20%, 25%, 30%, and 35% of