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The Utilization of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregates in

The Utilization of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregates in

quarry dust, which is a waste product from quarry, as fine aggregates in traditional concrete. During the tenure of the study, some physical and engineering properties of quarry dust and sand were determined and compared. The compressive strength of concrete was determined after replacing sand with quarry dust in various ratios

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Research Article Study on Compressive Strength of

Research Article Study on Compressive Strength of

Research Article Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate in Concrete K.ShyamPrakash 1 andCh.HanumanthaRao 2 Department of Civil Engineering, PVP Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Kanuru, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Use of Quarry Dust as fine aggregates by Partial

Use of Quarry Dust as fine aggregates by Partial

Keywords: - Quarry dust, Sand, Concrete, Compressive strength. INTRODUCTION:- Quarry dust is a byproduct of the crushing process which is a concentrated material to use as aggregates for concreting purpose, especially as fine aggregates. In quarrying activities, the rock has been crushed into various sizes; during the process the dust generated

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(PDF) Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine

(PDF) Study on Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust as Fine

The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate by quarry dust which is highlighted in the study could boost the consumption of quarry dust generated from quarries. By replacement of quarry dust, the requirement of land fill area can be reduced

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(PDF) Study on Performance of Quarry Dust as Fine

(PDF) Study on Performance of Quarry Dust as Fine

Mar 07, 2018 The suitability of quarry dust as alternative material for the river sand in concrete manufacturing is studied. M25 grade concrete was prepared with 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% partial replacement of

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Use of Quarry Dust to Replace Sand in Concrete – An

Use of Quarry Dust to Replace Sand in Concrete – An

Index Terms- Concrete, quarry dust, river sand, compressive strength. I. INTRODUCTION oncrete is the most widely used composite material today. The constituents of concrete are coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, binding material and water. Rapid increase in construction activities leads to

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Experimental Investigation on Quarry Dust and Recycled

Experimental Investigation on Quarry Dust and Recycled

Experimental Investigation on Quarry Dust and Recycled Aggregates in Concrete 3 2.2. Fine Aggregate and Quarry Dust Good Quality River sand, free from silt other impurities were used in this study. Sand passing through 4.75 mm has to be used in this experimental work. Quarry dusts are occupied in rest of Thiruvakarai Quarry

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EFFECT OF FLY ASH AND QUARRY DUST AS A PARTIAL

EFFECT OF FLY ASH AND QUARRY DUST AS A PARTIAL

to study the effect of partial replacement of fine aggregates by quarry dust and cement by fly ash on cement concrete. 1.2 NEED FOR INVESTIGATION Quarry Dust These residues are generally less than 1% aggregate production in the normal concrete. The introduction of quarry dust for mixing is limited due to its high fineness

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(PDF) Studies on Quarry Dust as Partial Replacement of

(PDF) Studies on Quarry Dust as Partial Replacement of

Natural sand is most commonly used fine aggregates in the production of concrete possess the problem of acute shortage in many areas. Quarry dust can be used as an economic alternative to the natural sand. In this investigation an attempt is made to

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STRENGTH AND DURABILITY STUDIES ON CONCRETE

STRENGTH AND DURABILITY STUDIES ON CONCRETE

Quarry dust has the required properties of the river sand to be used as fine aggregate and has an equivalent usage in the concrete. The properties exhibited by the concrete made with Quarry dust as fine aggregate matches with the conventional concrete. 50 % of Quarry dust

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Optimum utilization of Quarry dust as partial

Optimum utilization of Quarry dust as partial

as well as augmenting the quality of concrete. In this context, fine aggregate has been replaced by quarry dust a byproduct of stone crushing unit and few admixtures to find a comparative analysis for different parameters which are tested in the laboratories to

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL

The ingredients of concrete consist of cement, fine aggregate and coarse aggregates, water. When the reaction of water with cement takes place hydration process is done and a hard material is formed. In this project work we used quarry rock dust as a partial replacement of fine aggregate

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Study on Strength of Concrete using Lateritic Sand and

Study on Strength of Concrete using Lateritic Sand and

fine aggregates of size 4.75 IS sieve was found at Hankuni, 7km from Humnabad. The results of different properties are shown in table 4. Quarry dust: Quarry dust is formed by the quarrying of the crushed rock aggregates. The use of quarry dust in concrete is desirable as a useful disposal of a by-product, reduction

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Study of Concrete Involving Use of Quarry dust as Partial

Study of Concrete Involving Use of Quarry dust as Partial

as partial replacement of fine aggregates in concrete. Fine aggregates were replaced by quarry dust as 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% by weight for M-25 mix. The concrete specimens were tested for compressive strength, strength, durability (water absorption) and density at 28 days of age and the results obtained were compared

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(PDF) Concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust

(PDF) Concrete with ceramic waste and quarry dust

Fresh ceramic waste coarse aggregate and quarry dust fine aggregates concrete more less cohesive and workable than conventional concrete because high water absorption of ceramic waste and quarry dust aggregates. However, the slump test result is still in designed range that is between 30 – 60 mm. The compressive strength for ceramic coarse

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