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  • Partial replacement of sand with marble waste and scoria

    02.11.2020· At 100%, replacement of sand with marble waste, and scoria the strength is improved by 25% (10.3 Mpa), 25.4% (10.5 MPa), and 27.3% (11.67 MPa) for mix 8, mix 9 and mix 10 respectively when compared to the control mix. However, the strength of concrete with a full replacement rate of sand with marble waste and scoria is reduced when compared to the partial replacement. Moreover,

  • sand replacement by crusher and marble powder

    Marble stone industry generates both solid waste and stone slurry. powder of marginal quantity as partial replacement to sand had beneficial effect on the following conclusions-The concrete cubes with crusher dust developed about 17%...

  • Influence of limestone waste as partial replacement

    stone waste 25%, 50% and 75% replacement from sand. Twelve mixes incorporating lime stone waste 25%, 50% and 75% replacement from sand with marble powder as additive by percent 5, 10, and 15% by cement weight. Phase II, the above experiment is repeated with the same components but with different content of cement. This content is 450 kg/m3.

  • Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in

    Hence result shows that marble powder when mixed with sand and cement together has low split strength as compared to the replacement of marble waste in cement and sand individually. 3.3 Durability The result shows that marble powder when partial replaces with sand its durability decrease but when partial replaces with cement and cement sand mixture its durability comparatively increases.

  • Marble Powder As A Partial Replacement Of Sand 1454

    V. CONCLUSION From the test results it is clearly evident that granite powder as a partial replacement of sand proves to be beneficial when Durability properties of Concrete is considered. Durability of Concrete using Granite Fines is almost same as that of reference mix (GF0), However at 30% replacement compared to other proportions yielded better durability. VI. REFERENCES 4) Banthia. N

  • What are the Materials for Replacement of Sand in

    08.06.2017· Instead of disposing them in landfills, it can be best utilized as partial replacement to sand. In crusher dust, the particles (% finer than 150 microns) are generally high, a major concern limiting its percentage replacement to minimum with sand in a concrete mix. It can be replaced to the amount 25%. Its Availability is not a concern. 3. Washed Bottom Ash. Bottom ashes are waste of coal

  • fully replacement of sand by crusher stone dust

    10 Jun 2014 replacing natural silica sand with quarry aggregates, Links: your coal Optimization of fully replacement of natural sand by m-sand In high silica by powder, robot silica or sand, stone crusher dust, filtered sand, treated and. Read more

  • Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in

    Partial replacement of marble powder in cement accordingly in the range of 20%, 30%, 40%, by weight for M20 grade of concrete. With this experimental research work the problem of waste production management of this agro waste are will be solved. It analyzed the research work the compressive strength, flextural strength, split tensile strength values at 7, 14, 28 day. The test results show that the

  • partial replacement of cement with marble powder ppt

    Research Paper PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH MARBLE DUST POWDER. replacement-of-cement-with- marble-powder 6. CE & CR August 2010 by M. Shahul Hameed, Research waste marble powder as partial replacement of cement on »More detailed

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

    Abstract and Figures 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...

  • Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in

    Hence result shows that marble powder when mixed with sand and cement together has low split strength as compared to the replacement of marble waste in cement and sand individually. 3.3 Durability The result shows that marble powder when partial replaces with sand its durability decrease but when partial replaces with cement and cement sand mixture its durability comparatively increases.

  • Sand Replacement By Crusher And Marble Powder

    Sand Replacement By Crusher And Marble Powder Company. Our company, as leading manufacturer and supplier of mining crushers in China, is located in Zhengzhou city, Henan Province. Our main products are crusher machines for processing over 160 kinds of stones and ores in mining, quarry, construction, road and other industries. Leading products include jaw crusher, impact crusher, cone crusher

  • Marble Powder As A Partial Replacement Of Sand

    V. CONCLUSION From the test results it is clearly evident that granite powder as a partial replacement of sand proves to be beneficial when Durability properties of Concrete is considered. Durability of Concrete using Granite Fines is almost same as that of reference mix (GF0), However at 30% replacement compared to other proportions yielded better durability. VI. REFERENCES 4) Banthia. N

  • Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in

    Request PDF On May 1, 2015, Nitisha Sharma and others published Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in Cement Sand Mix Find, read and

  • fully replacement of sand by crusher stone dust

    10 Jun 2014 replacing natural silica sand with quarry aggregates, Links: your coal Optimization of fully replacement of natural sand by m-sand In high silica by powder, robot silica or sand, stone crusher dust, filtered sand, treated and. Read more

  • Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in

    Partial replacement of marble powder in cement accordingly in the range of 20%, 30%, 40%, by weight for M20 grade of concrete. With this experimental research work the problem of waste production management of this agro waste are will be solved. It analyzed the research work the compressive strength, flextural strength, split tensile strength values at 7, 14, 28 day. The test results show that the

  • Study of Properties of Concrete using Marble Powder and

    LITERATURE REVIEW Nitisha Sharma studied the properties of Waste Marble Powder as a Partial Replacement in Cement Sand Mix This was done by replacing cement by a percentage of marble powder. Four basic concrete mixes were considered. When cement is replaced with marble powder up to 10% weight, high strength concrete was achieved.

  • Project on Partial Replacement of Cement with Marble

    In this project our main objective is to study the influence of partial replacement of cement with marble powder,and to compare it with the compressive and tensile strength of ordinary M20 concrete. We are also trying to find the percentage of marble powder replaced in concrete that makes the strength of the concrete maximum. Nowadays marble powder has become a pollutant. So,by partially

  • Crushed rock sand An economical and ecological

    01.09.2016· The effects on each of these properties were examined by changing the percentage replacement of Natural River sand (NS) with crushed rock sand (CRS). An optimization study was performed to study the effect on the properties of concrete when paste content was held constant and the fly ash was considered to be powder instead of aggregates. Other goals of optimization were to

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

    Abstract and Figures 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...