compressive strength, 38% of the concrete cubes made from sand with varying sand impurities failed to meet the design strength of 25 MPa at the age of 28 days [7]. The effect of the addition of fines to normal-strength concrete at levels of up to 227 kg/m3 was studied in concrete mixtures prepared with constant workability (Katz & Baum, 2006).
Read MoreIt is observed that the compressive strength of concrete made using 10% recycled aggregate and 60% stone dust as replacement of coarse aggregate and fine aggregate respectively, is about 11% more ...
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Read MoreS Shetty, 2013). The compressive strength of concrete from stone powder showed 14.76% higher value than that of the concrete made of normal sand (Mahzuz et al., 2011). It is found that the compressive and flexural strength of concrete made of Quarry Rock Dust are nearly 10% more than the conventional concrete (Suribabu et al., 2015). In the present
Read MoreOct 30, 2015 · This paper studied the effect of aggregate properties on the crushing strength of concrete. In order to achieve the study objective, three types of coarse aggregates, brick khoa, shingles stone, and black stone were used to test. And the test results show that concrete made from black stone has the highest workability followed by shingles stone & brick khoa of aggregates.
Read More高达12%返现 · Nov 09, 2014 · Compressive strength. The 28-day compressive strength results for the two crushing processes are presented in Table 3.For RCAC with replacement ratios of 100 %, the compressive strength fell relative to the RC by 9.0–17.7 %, 3.2–7.6 % and 3.0–8.1 %, for the 20, 45 and 65 MPa target strengths, respectively.
Read MoreFeb 01, 2012 · The test results showed that OPS concrete with a compressive strength in the range of 34–53 MPa has a splitting tensile strength range of 2.8–3.5 MPa and flexural strength range of 4.4–7.0 MPa. The sensitivity of compressive strength of OPS concrete in this study is significantly lower than uncrushed OPS concrete reported in the literature.
Read MoreOct 01, 2001 · Tests were carried out to study the effect of the coarse aggregate type on the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, fracture energy, characteristic length, and elastic modulus of concrete produced at different strength levels with 28-day target compressive strengths of 30, 60, and 90 MPa, respectively.
Read More1 天前 · The consolidation effect of compacting during concrete placement may have increased the bond strength at the bottom reinforcements. In addition, the bond strengths in consideration of the compressive strength of the concrete (τ m e a n / f c ′) were compared. The ratio of the mean values of the specimens fabricated by substituting ground ...
Read MoreNov 22, 2021 · The compressive strength and chloride penetration resistance of medium–strength concrete were more affected than those of low–strength concrete. Chen et al. [ 13 ] studied the coupling effect of different stone powder content and MBV in the performance of C40 concrete, and they calculated the coupling coefficient of stone powder content and ...
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Read MoreNov 09, 2014 · Compressive strength. The 28-day compressive strength results for the two crushing processes are presented in Table 3.For RCAC with replacement ratios of 100 %, the compressive strength fell relative to the RC by 9.0–17.7 %, 3.2–7.6 % and 3.0–8.1 %, for the 20, 45 and 65 MPa target strengths, respectively.
Read MoreTwenty-four columns made of high-strength concrete with compressive strength f'c ranging from 12,130-13,560 psi (83.6-93.5 MPa) and rectilinearly confined with lateral ties and longitudinal rebars ...
Read MoreJun 20, 2019 · Effect of elevated temperatures and cooling methods on strength of concrete made with coarse and fine recycled concrete aggregates ... crushing waste concrete into recycled ... of cooling methods on the normalized residual splitting tensile strength was more obvious when compared to its effect on normalized residual compressive strength ...
Read MoreOct 01, 2001 · Tests were carried out to study the effect of the coarse aggregate type on the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, fracture energy, characteristic length, and elastic modulus of concrete produced at different strength levels with 28-day target compressive strengths of 30, 60, and 90 MPa, respectively.
Read MoreNov 22, 2021 · The compressive strength and chloride penetration resistance of medium–strength concrete were more affected than those of low–strength concrete. Chen et al. [ 13 ] studied the coupling effect of different stone powder content and MBV in the performance of C40 concrete, and they calculated the coupling coefficient of stone powder content and ...
Read MoreOct 06, 2021 · In addition to this, attempts have also been made to evaluate the effect of different materials and the unit cell dimensions on the compressive properties. The test specimens of different wall thicknesses are manufactured by fused deposition
Read MoreWorkability test effects on the compressive strength of brick specimen was done using the slump cone apparatus in accordance made with the replacement of 25% and 50% of recycled with BS 1881-102 [14] the freshly mixed concrete was aggregate; but when the percentage of recycled aggregate cast into standard 150x150x150mm cubic moulds in 3 ...
Read MoreAnalysis of Concrete Made from Quarry Dust. Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust From the above fig 4 is seen that the compressive strength concrete at 7 days are decreases with replacement of 5%, 15% and 20% at 10% have increments in 10%, and 14, 28 days have decreased with replacement of 5%, 15% to 20% and increments when the percentage of the quarry dust increase
Read Morethe compressive strength and workability of concrete with manufactured and natural sand in varying proportions. The results show that concrete with manufactured sand shows higher A huge amount of concrete is consumed by the construction industry. About 35% volume of concrete is
Read MoreMar 20, 2018 · Figure 4 shows the correlation between the compressive strength and the content of recycled aggregate (R and S) for recycled concrete with two water to cement ratios of 0.47 and 0.53. The strength of recycled concrete that included R and S was lower than that of control concrete; the value of concrete with content of 66.7% was lowest.
Read MoreIntroduction Compressive strength is the capacity of a material to withstand axially directed pushing forces. When the limit of compressive strength is reached, materials are crushed. Concrete can be made to have high compressive strength, e.g. many concrete structures have compressive strengths in excess of 50 MPa, whereas a material such as soft sandstone may have a compressive strength
Read MoreApr 13, 2016 · Compressive strength of concrete specimens besides the concrete includes 100 % waste ceramic aggregate, reduction reached 30 %. In concrete with 100 % waste ceramic aggregate, compressive strength was not affected by high temperature. Through the effect of high temperature, the bending strength of the control concretes decreased by 50 %.
Read MoreFor C55 strength grade concrete, the impact of the two production processes of machine-made sand on the compressive strength of concrete is more obvious. The compressive strength of concrete prepared with dry-process machine-made sand (3d, 7d, 28d and 56d) is higher than that of ordinary process manufactured sand: 5.5 %, 9.6%, 10.1% and 5.8%.
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Read Moreaggregate crushing plant in concrete mixes, in context of its compressive strength and workability and in terms of slump, compacting factor, flow table and modified flow respectively. In view of above discussion, an attempt is made to replace the natural sand in concrete control mixes of M25 and M30
Read MoreDec 12, 2013 · The most important parameters associated with recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) production that may affect quality and yield include such properties of the parent concrete as the composition, strength and aggregate grading, type of crushers used, number of crushing stages, the size of the RCA particles, and the size reduction sequence.
Read MoreApr 19, 2021 · A.A. Jimoh and S. S. Awe (2007), A study on the influence of aggregate Size and type on the compressive strength of concrete presented in his research that the effect of crushed stone sand as fine aggregates causes of flexural strength increase than the concrete with natural sand but the values decreases as percentage of crusher dust increases ...
Read MoreThus, the SPH method is used to establish an abrasive water jet crushing concrete model to study the effect of abrasive concentration on the impact force, concrete internal energy, abrasive particle distribution, crushing depth, and damage and crushing efficiencies under different concrete compressive strengths and abrasive densities.
Read MoreOct 01, 2001 · Tests were carried out to study the effect of the coarse aggregate type on the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, fracture energy, characteristic length, and elastic modulus of concrete produced at different strength levels with 28-day target compressive strengths of 30, 60, and 90 MPa, respectively.
Read MoreNov 22, 2021 · The compressive strength and chloride penetration resistance of medium–strength concrete were more affected than those of low–strength concrete. Chen et al. [ 13 ] studied the coupling effect of different stone powder content and MBV in the performance of C40 concrete, and they calculated the coupling coefficient of stone powder content and ...
Read Morecompressive strength of concrete, with particular reference; 1. To determine the workability of concrete made from different sized coarse aggregates. 2. To study the effect of compressive strength and flexural strength of normal strength concrete using different size of coarse aggregate. 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS
Read MoreOct 06, 2021 · In addition to this, attempts have also been made to evaluate the effect of different materials and the unit cell dimensions on the compressive properties. The test specimens of different wall thicknesses are manufactured by fused deposition
Read MoreWorkability test effects on the compressive strength of brick specimen was done using the slump cone apparatus in accordance made with the replacement of 25% and 50% of recycled with BS 1881-102 [14] the freshly mixed concrete was aggregate; but when the percentage of recycled aggregate cast into standard 150x150x150mm cubic moulds in 3 ...
Read MoreAnalysis of Concrete Made from Quarry Dust. Compressive Strength of Quarry Dust From the above fig 4 is seen that the compressive strength concrete at 7 days are decreases with replacement of 5%, 15% and 20% at 10% have increments in 10%, and 14, 28 days have decreased with replacement of 5%, 15% to 20% and increments when the percentage of the quarry dust increase
Read More[Abbas, 4(2): February, 2015] ISSN: 2277-9655 Scientific Journal Impact Factor: 3.449 (ISRA), Impact Factor: 2.114 IJESRT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY EFFECT OF STONE DUST ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION Syed Yaqub Abbas*, Vikas Srivastava, V.C.Agarwal *
Read Morethe compressive strength and workability of concrete with manufactured and natural sand in varying proportions. The results show that concrete with manufactured sand shows higher A huge amount of concrete is consumed by the construction industry. About 35% volume of concrete is
Read MoreNov 30, 2020 · In a study investigating the behaviour of concrete made with 25% and 100% substitution of coarse RCA from crushed precast concrete elements in full-scale structures, Soares et al. presented a linear correlation between the compressive strength of cube and rebound number and recommended two different strength correlations based on the direction ...
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