Ash Fly Ash As Replacement Of Sand

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH FLY ASH AND QUARRY DUST AS FINE AGGREGATE T.SAMBA SIVA RAO#1 K. ADITYA NANDINI, M.Tech #2 #1 M.Tech Student, Structural Engineering, MVR College of Engineering, India #2 Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, MVR College of Engineering, India _____ ABSTRACT----River sand is the most commonly and widely used material

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A study of fine aggregate replacement with fly

Replacement of 50% sand with fly ash can save about 0.4 m3 sand. Comparison of cost per N/mm2 compressive strength has shown about 40% to 60% saving in cost. Based on the experimental results, correlations are developed for finding out the compressive strength and cost at 28 and 91 days. Sand was replaced with 10% to 50% of fly ash by weight and 0.5, 0.55, 0.6 and 0.65 W/C ratios were used

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Parametric Study for Replacement of Sand by Fly Ash for

replacement of 15% sand with fly ash by weight increased the compressive strength by about 30%. They also reported good surface finish due to addition of fly ash as replacement of sand which also reduces the permeabil-ity and has an attractive dark colour. Siddique [11] carried out experimental investigation to evaluate the mechanical properties of concrete mixes in which fine aggregate (sand

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Parametric Study for Replacement of Sand by Fly Ash for

replacement of 15% sand with fly ash by weight increased the compressive strength by about 30%. They also reported good surface finish due to addition of fly ash as replacement of sand which also reduces the permeabil-ity and has an attractive dark colour. Siddique [11] carried out experimental investigation to evaluate the mechanical properties of concrete mixes in which fine aggregate (sand

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Experimental Analysis of Partial Replacement

30.05.2018· The effect of GGBS and fly ash as partial cement replacement was examined on concrete cubes, cylinder and beams. In this research paper we have kept percentage of fly ash for every trial constant except for conventional trial and GGBS was used to replace cement partially from 40% up to 70% while keeping fly ash 25% as constant throughout.

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Review on the Use of both Fly-Ash and Pond-Ash in Concrete

replacement for sand and fly-ash as cement in concrete mixes. The study investigated the effect of waste pond-ash as partial replacement of fine aggregates in various percentages, on concrete properties such as mechanical (compressive strength, splitting tensile strength and flexural strength) and durability characteristics (rapid chloride penetration and deciding salt surface scaling) of the

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Utilization of fly ash as partial sand replacement

The effect of fly ash content as partial sand replacement towards workability and compressive strength of OPS lightweight aggregate concrete were investigated. Four concrete mixes containing various percentage of fly ash that are 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% by weight of sand were used in the experimental work. All mixes were cast in form of cubes before subjected to water curing until the testing age

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Alternatives to river sand for construction

15.12.2013· The ash can is used as an alternative to river sand. It has many advantages also like. i. The strength of concrete increases with respect to percentage of slag added by weight to fine aggregate up to. ii. 40% of addition. iii. The recommended % replacement of sand by copper slag is 40%. iv.

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Replacement in a Non-Load Bearing Fly ASH Bricks Study on

Study on The Mechanical Properties of Bottom ASH as a Partial Sand Replacement in a Non-Load Bearing Fly ASH Bricks Article · May 2019 DOI: 10.21276/sjce.2019.3.3.2 CITATIONS 0 READS 24 3 authors, including: Some o f the authors of this public ation are also w orking on these r elated projects: Study on The Mechanic al Properties of Bott om ASH as a Partial Sand Replacement in a Non-Load

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IS 12894 (2002): Pulverized Fuel Ash-Lime Bricks

6.1 Pulverized Fuel Ash (Commonly Known as Fly Ash ) Pulverized fuel ash commonly known as fly ash shall conform to Grade 1or Grade2ofIS3812. 6.2 Bottom Ash Bottom ash used as replacement of sand shall not have more than 12 percent loss on ignition when tested according to IS 1727.-. &

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