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(PDF) Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

2016-9-13  Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Sand with Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag September 2016 International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research V5(09)

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Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

2022-3-7  of Basic oxygen furnace Slag Compressive strength on M-25 grade of concrete at 0.46 water cement ratio was investigated. The results thus found from performed tests were compared with conventional concrete. The results revealed that the use of Basic oxygen furnace Slag up to a certain percentage enhances the strength of concrete.

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Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

DOI: 10.17577/IJERTV5IS090257 Corpus ID: 137780215; Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Sand with Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag @article{Quadir2016ComparativeSA, title={Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Sand with Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag}, author={Musawir Quadir and Divya

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Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

2016-9-13  Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Sand with Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag - written by Musawir Quadir, Divya Diwaker, Irfan Ali Banka published on 2016/09/13 download full article with reference data and citations

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Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

In this study the fine aggregates were partially replaced with Basic oxygen furnace Slag with different proportions by weight i.e., 15%, 25%, 35% of Basic oxygen furnace Slag Compressive strength on M-25 grade of concrete at 0.46 water cement ratio was investigated.

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(PDF) Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial

Comparative Strength Analysis of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Sand with Basic Oxygen Furnace Slag

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(PDF) Comparative Analysis of ECC by Partial Replacement

2019-7-1  Comparative Analysis of ECC by Partial Replacement of Cement 435 • The experimental split tensile strength of ECC20 is 82.84% of

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Experimental study on strength properties of concrete

2022-1-1  The aim is to study the mechanical strength properties of modified concrete produced by partial replacement of coarse aggregate with locally available recycled rubber tyre aggregate and to observe some of mechanical properties of modified concrete. Interpretations of test results have been done for modified concrete conventional concrete. 2.

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[PDF] Comparative Analysis of Strength of Concrete

2016-1-25  The concrete produced from 100% grit as fine aggregate with a water-cement ratio of 0.45, produced a maximum compressive strength of 29.56 N/mm 3 at the highest curing age in days, while sand alone as fine aggregate in one of the concrete mix, produced the least compressive strength of 17.33 N/mm 3 .

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A Comparative Study on Strength of Concrete Using

2020-11-1  The concrete mixes were blended with 0%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% from two sources of wood ash as a partial replacement by weight of cement and tested for compressive strength respectively. M25 grade of concrete was prepared for the examination. Concrete cubes were casted and cured for 7 and 28 days respectively, for test results.

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A Study and Comparative Analysis of Mechanical

2019-6-14  A Study and Comparative Analysis of Mechanical Properties of Concrete after Partial Replacement of Sand with Granite Powder for M30 Grade - written by Brijmohan Sharma , Mahendra Saini , Sitaram Jat published on 2019/06/14 download full article with reference data and citations ... 7 days, 14 days and 28 days curing. Compressive strength for ...

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A Study and Comparative Analysis of Mechanical

2022-3-8  conducted for fresh concrete and compressive strength test was conducted for 3 days, 7 days, 14 days and 28 days curing. Compressive strength for concrete mixes designated as R, GR1, GR2 and GR3 was 10.38, 16.88, 23.37 and 25.70 N/mm2. GR3 had highest compressive strength for 3, 7, 14 and 28 days cured concrete mix. The

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Comparative Study on M30 And M Grade of Concrete by

2021-1-16  In this research we analyze the strength of concrete made with using some alternate materials. One is Metakaolin and other is Spent Fire Bricks (SFB). The Metakaolin is used up to 20 % partial replacement by weight of cement and Spent Fire Bricks as the partial replacement of fine aggregate from 0%, 10% and 20%. In this project, a comparative study

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Comparative Study on Strength and Durability Properties

2022-5-31  The split tensile strength of concrete mix is increased by 8.01% and31.33%. when compared with compressive strength and split tensile strength of control concrete at 7 and 28 days respectively.

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Comparative study of cement manufacturing with different

2017-4-1  Considering strength grade ensures the comparisons are more comprehensive from the view of the life cycle of the cement product, the strength ratios were introduced into the comparison based on the life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) and partial LCC results of the cement with different strength grades according to the Chinese cleaner production ...

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A comparative study on the compressive strength

2016-7-1  The compressive strength was experimentally determined for specimens containing 0%, 0.5%, 1%, 1.5%, 2%, 2.5% and 3% of nano silica as partial cement replacement as well as 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% of copper slag as partial fine aggregate replacement at curing ages of 1, 3, 7, 28, 56 and 90 days, accounting for a total of 264 observations ...

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Strength Characteristics by Partial Replacement of

2018-10-4  with Partial replacement of brick powder at 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% to existing cement content. This paper investigates quantitavely the strength of concrete mix at different ages. The overall test results revealed that in concrete mixtures, Crushed Rock

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Comparative Study of Concrete with Polypropylene and

2022-3-22  Production of plastic has risen significantly in the last 60 years worldwide, and around 10#x0025; of this plastic is turned into solid waste. This plastic becomes an environmental hazard in the absence of appropriate recovery methods. Incorporating waste plastic in concrete is an alternate way to recycle this waste plastic. Polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene

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[PDF] Comparative Analysis of Strength of Concrete

2016-1-25  The concrete produced from 100% grit as fine aggregate with a water-cement ratio of 0.45, produced a maximum compressive strength of 29.56 N/mm 3 at the highest curing age in days, while sand alone as fine aggregate in one of the concrete mix, produced the least compressive strength of 17.33 N/mm 3 .

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A Study and Comparative Analysis of Mechanical

2022-3-8  conducted for fresh concrete and compressive strength test was conducted for 3 days, 7 days, 14 days and 28 days curing. Compressive strength for concrete mixes designated as R, GR1, GR2 and GR3 was 10.38, 16.88, 23.37 and 25.70 N/mm2. GR3 had highest compressive strength for 3, 7, 14 and 28 days cured concrete mix. The

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Comparative study on strength properties of cement

2018-5-15  1. Etaveni. Madhavi, Praveen Mailaram, Nalla Sharath Kumar, Kadapa Vinod Kumar, Korra Ram Babu and Bomma Praveen Kumar “ Strength properties of cement mortar when cement partially replaced with Silica fume and GGBS ” Imperical journal of interdisciplinary research, volume 3, Issue -4, 2017. Google Scholar; 2. S. Eswar, V. Krishna Sai Reddy, J.

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Comparative Strength Analysis of Normal Weight and

Reduction in self-weight of Palm Kernel Shell Concrete (PKSC) over Normal Weight Concrete (NWC), reduces the amount of cement needed for construction, this is accompanied by reduction in CO2 emission associated with the production of cement: This will have reduction effect on the greenhouse, a major cause of climate change. This study carries out the comparative analysis

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Comparative Study on M30 And M Grade of Concrete by

2021-1-16  In this research we analyze the strength of concrete made with using some alternate materials. One is Metakaolin and other is Spent Fire Bricks (SFB). The Metakaolin is used up to 20 % partial replacement by weight of cement and Spent Fire Bricks as the partial replacement of fine aggregate from 0%, 10% and 20%. In this project, a comparative study

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Comparative Analysis of Selected Concrete Mix Design

2022-2-15  4.2. Concrete Mix Design Parameters. The properties of concrete-making ingredients were tested in the laboratory. Accordingly, the parameters used for concrete mix design are shown in Table 4.According to ACI-ASTM C 117, DOE 812-103.1, EBCS ES C.D3.201, and IS384-1970, the sieve sizes of 9 mm and 10 mm, 4.75 mm and 5 mm, 2.36 mm, 1.18 mm, 0.6

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Comparative Study on Strength and Durability Properties

2022-5-31  The split tensile strength of concrete mix is increased by 8.01% and31.33%. when compared with compressive strength and split tensile strength of control concrete at 7 and 28 days respectively.

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ANALYSIS ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE

2017-4-24  a) Comparative study on compressive strength of Conventional concrete and concrete with various % of alccofine for 7 days curing The compressive strength of concrete comparative study shows the strength increases maximum only upto 16% replacement of alccofine and after that strength drastically reduces. The maximum strength

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Strength and Durability study on Standard Concrete with

2017-12-30  Concrete :Dhanalakshami, G. et al. (2015) studied on “Use of fire clay as partial replacement in concrete.” The study was aimed to evaluate the strength of high performance concrete by performing tests at age of 7 days, 14 days and 28 days. The results of the study showed that the partial replacement of

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(PDF) A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CONCRETE WITH

From the study it has been observed that maximum compressive strength (both cube and cylinder) is noted for 10% replacement of cement with silica fume and the values are higher (by 19.6% and 16.82% respectively) than those of the normal concrete (for cube and cylinder) whereas split tensile strength and flexural strength of the SF concrete (3 ...

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