Investigations On Optimum Possibility Of Replacing Cement Partially By Redmud In

Investigations on optimum possibility of replacing cement

Investigations on optimum possibility of replacing cement partially by redmud in concrete Further increase in percentage of red mud by 20, 25 and 30% tends to decrease the compressive strength However, the optimum replacement level was observed as 15% without decrease in strength Key words: Red mud, workability, bayer process, compressive strength, split tensile strength

(PDF) Evaluation of the properties of Red Mud Concrete

The aim of the stone is to investigate the possibility of partially replacing Portland cement in concrete by red mud and evaluating its compressive and splitting tensile strength

Comparison on Compressive Strength of Conventional

optimum possibility of replacing cement partially by red mud in concrete The materials used for the experiment was cement, red mud, crushed rock of maximum 20mm size and potable water The test was conducted on M30 grade concrete with a mix ratio of 1:1462:2695 and 044 water-cement ratio The red mud was used for replacing of cement by 5%

Evaluation of the properties of Red Mud Concrete

The aim of the present research work was to investigate the possibility of replacing the Portland cement by red mud Because of storing issues, the waste negatively affects the environment To solve this problem, Portland cement was replaced up to 40 % RM by wt of cement

Evaluation of Concrete Strength By Partially Replacing

replacing the Portland cement by Red Mud and Fly Ash Because of storing issues, the waste negatively affects the environment To solve this problem, Portland cement was replaced upto 40% ( 20% red mud & 20% fly ash ) by weight of cement And evaluating its compressive strength and tensile strength of red mud & fly ash concrete

Strength Characteristics Study on Red Mud Concrete

used for this investigation is 20 mm and specific gravity is 274 ”Investigations on optimum possibility of replacing cement partially by red mud in concrete” (2015) [10] R R Rathod et al –“Evaluation of the properties of Red Mud Concrete” (2015)

RED MUD CONCRETE - IRJET-International Research Journal of

 Optimum percentage of the replacement of cement by weight is found to be 20% By this replacement results got are nearly equal to the results of conventional concrete  We use mixture of red mud and cement for non- structural work There is a future scope for the use of …

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BY …

Keeping this in view, investigations were undertaken to produce low cast concrete by blending various ratios of cement with hypo sludge This project is concerned with experimental investigation on strength of concrete and optimum percentage of the partial replacement by replacing cement via 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% of Hypo Sludge

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Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in Concrete 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

Flexural and Split Tensile Strength Properties of Lime

Linora et al (2015) worked on the investigations on optimum possibility of replacing cement partially by red mud in concrete They reported that 15% of cement can be optimally replaced by red mud beyond which compressive strength, split tensile strength, and flexural strength starts to decrease They also stated that cement replacement by red

Evaluation of Concrete Strength by Partially Replacing

Optimum percentage of the replacement of cement by weight is found to be 25% by the replacement results got are nearly equal to the results of controlled concrete 3 Concrete prepared by using red mud is suitable in ornamental works and gives aesthetically pleasant appearance

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Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in Concrete 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 …

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE FLEXURAL …

ferro-geocrete The optimum percentage of red mud that can be used to replace cement is determined by casting cubes with replacements of 5%, 10%, and 15% of cement by red mud Then mortar cubes were cast with the optimum percentage of red mud and river sand partially replaced by crusher sand Ferro-geocrete specimens are cast and tested for

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL …

beams were casted for varying percentage replacement (5, 10, 15 and 20%) of natural aggregate by stone aggregate Workability, compressive strength, splitting tensile strength and flexural strength tests of concrete were conducted Optimum percentage of stone aggregate that can be …

Performance of Concrete by Partially Replacement of …

Performance of Concrete by Partially Replacement of Cement with Glass Powder and Rice Husk Ash Mayur Mandloi1, increases more than optimum At 15% of replacement of cement with RHA positive result arrived 3 Khatib JM et al In this work trying to search the possibility to replace cement

Effect of Replacement of Cement by Red mud on the

Effect of Replacement of Cement by Red mud on the Properties of Concrete an experiment was carried out to partially replace the portland cement by red mud in concrete for variable percentages and also there effects on the strength of the concrete Marcia M Moore “A preliminary investigation of strength development in Jamaican red mud

Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Fine

attempt to partially replace quarry dust + red soil in place of sand in M20 grade concrete On experimentation, it was work is to investigate the possibility of replacing the part of compressive and splitting tensile strength of Red mud concrete Biju …

Experimental Investigation on Self Curing Concrete with

Experimental Investigation on Self Curing Concrete with Partial Replacement of Cement with Metakaolin studied for M20 grade concrete The optimum percentage of self curing agent required in concrete to attain possibility of partially replacing cement in the self curing concrete by metakaolin Metakaolin is dehydroxylated

Studies on Enhanced Strength of Concrete on use of

As such, replacement of cement in concrete by red mud and partially replacing sand by iron ore slickens by different percentage so it could increase the strength of conventional concrete, because red mud and iron ore tailing are the waste which comes out from aluminum production plant & …

Strength Characteristics Of Concrete Made With Rice Husk

Hence, the investigation into the possible utilization of materials, which are cheap, but of [17 and 9] justified the possibility of the partial replacement of cement with certain proportions partially replace cement [12, 5, and 20]

Experimental Studies on Strength of RC Concrete by

100kg of cement produces approximately 1 kg of CO2 [1], the use of low emission pozzolans as cement replacement is one of the possibilities to reduce greenhouse gases emissions Aim of the Project: To study the effect of utilization of bagasse ash as pozzolonic admixture in concrete by partially replacing cements with bagasse ash

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overcome problems associated with cast-in-place concrete various investigations have been carried out and SCC has The experiments was conducted by selecting various percentages of red mud by partially replacing cement ISSN(Online) : 2319-8753 day From the table, it is clear that the the optimum percentage of red mud is 25% by weight

Effect of Strength Properties on Concrete by Partial

partially replaced with cement by 20% respectively the possibility of replacing part of fine aggregate with replaced concrete mixes got optimum results [5] Fly ash is a byproduct of burnt coal from the Thermal power plants, Marble dust is a waste product from

Soil Stabilization by Using Alkaline-Activated Ground

This study proposes a new binder that can be used to replace cement in soil stabilization Herein, ground bottom ash and red mud were activated by alkaline activator to form a binder based on geopolymer synthesis The specimen was cured at the ambient curing condition which makes it …

Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Red Mud

Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Red Mud Posted on January 6, 2019 by IJERT Download Full-Text PDF Cite this Publication Gowsalya R , Bhagyalakshmi A, 2015, Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement by Red Mud, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY (IJERT) NCRTET – 2015 (Volume 3

INVESTIGATION ON CONCRETE WITH STONE CRUSHER DUST …

investigation on concrete with stone crusher dust as fine Optimum Replacement of Natural Sand with Artificial Sand in Dec 31, 2013 Artificial sand is produced from quires stone crusher Kode V R Reported that concrete with stone dust as a fine aggregate yielded 10 % higher

An Experimental Study of Concrete by Partial Replacement

replacement for cement This research scrutinizes the possibility of using sugarcane bagasse ash as partial replacement of specific ingredients in concrete In this stone SCBA has been chemically and substantially categorized and partially replacing cement in the ratio of 10% by the weight of cement in concrete

AN EXPERIMENTAL INVE STIGATION ON MECHANICAL …

the production of concrete and to formulate the optimum percentage of Phosphogypsum to replace cement, thereby increasing the mechanical properties of concrete Phosphogypsum is a component of few fertilizers and chemicals environment to dispose this …

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH AND …

DURABILITY PARAMETERS OF CONCRETE REPLACING CEMENT BY GLASS POWDER IN CONCRETE WITH DIFFERENT properties of concrete and to evaluate the possibility of using glass powder in concrete admixture (if any) The red mud concrete is a mixture of cement, fine aggregates, coarse aggregates, water Cement

partial replacement of fine aggregate by slag sand

a study on the properties of concrete on partial replacement of From the experimental investigation it is observed that replacement of 40% of fine aggregate by copper slag strength increased by 21% and replacement of 15% of fine aggregate by copper slag strength increased by 18%

Experimental study of concrete made with granite and iron

An experimental investigation has been carried out to explore the possibility of using the granite powder and iron powder as a partial replacement of sand in concrete Twenty cubes and ten beams of concrete with GP and twenty cubes and ten beams of concrete with IP were prepared and tested

Partial Replacement of Cementitious Material in Self

efficiency factors of hardened concrete, by partially replacing cement by various percentages of ground granulated blast furnace slag for M35 grade of concrete at different ages The optimum GGBFS replacement as cementation material possibility for utilization of dusts which are currently

partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete

In this project, cement is partial replacement with lime powder of about 10%, 20%, 30% The coarse aggregate is partial replacement with 10 %, 20%, and 30% by sea shell The water cement ratio is maintained for this mix design is 05 Results show that replacement of appropriate cockle shell content able to produce workable concrete with satisfactory strength Integration of 20% cockle shell

A STUDY ON THE REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT IN CONRETE …

This can be attributed to the porosity and fineness of cow dung ash From the table, it can be concluded that the consistency increaseup to the 16% d ash partial replacement to cement and reduced with the increase in the CDA% in the cement Hence, the optimum …

EXPERMENAL STUDIES ON M20 GRADE CONCRETE BY …

was the optimum value for improved structural performance Felixkala T and Partheeban P (2010) examined the possibility of using granite powder as replacement of sand along with partial replacement of cement with fly ash, silica fume and blast furnace slag

EVALUATION OF stone ASH AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT …

EVALUATION OF stone ASH AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT TO CEMENT S BARATHAN*1 and B GOBINATH2 I Department Of Physics, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamilnadu, India, fuel partially or fully which poses a threat to the environment in many ways to life stock around

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cement concrete was discussed by Bui etal [1] They found that replacement of the cement partially up to 20% RHA by mass results in enhanced early-age compressive strength in the gap-graded binder mixtures Analysis on optimum level of replacement for strength and durability properties of concrete

Maurice Ephraim - Academiaedu

This research work was experimentally carried out to investigate the effects of partially replacing Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) with our local additive Rice Husk Ash (RHA) which is known to be super pozzolanic in concrete at optimum replacement percentage which will help to …