glass fibre reinforced concrete with copper slag as a partial replacement of fine aggregate. The parameters of the study included by replacing the fine aggregate by copper slag with 60% and by varying the volume fraction of glass fibre 0.5%, 1% and 1.5%. The grade of concrete is M20. The specimens were cured for 7 and 28 days.
material are needed. Copper slag is a potential suitable candidate for the partial or full replacement of aggregate in concrete. To date a limited research has been performed on this topic in particular as types of copper slag vary according to the cooling process used. The copper slag is used as a partial to full replacement of fine concrete ...
strength properties of copper slag as a partial replacement of sand at different levels (0%, 20% and 40%). Copper slag is a by-product obtained during the matte smelting and refining of ... The objective of this project is to study the copper slag as replacement of fine aggregate for 0%, 20%, 40%. Compressive strength test was conducted on the ...
copper slag. Fig.7. Comparison of Flexural Strength of Beam IV. CONCLUSION The concrete was prepared for the M 25 grade concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag with various percentages of 0%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The specimens were casted for 7days, 14 days and 28 days then tested. The results are presented above.
partial replacement of GGBS for cement along with 30% copper slag as fine aggregate give almost better results while compared with conventional concrete strength. Thus the alternate material for fine aggregate and cement by the partial replacement with Copper slag and GBBS, improve the strength characteristic and it safeguards the environment ...
Fine Aggregate with Copper Slag Various proportions of copper slag replacement with sand (0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% & 50%) and partial replacement of fly ash with cement 30% in concrete revealed that the compressive strength of concrete cubes with 40% replacement of fine aggregate with copper slag shows an increase of 15% when
containing copper slag as a fine aggregate and concluded that the workability was increase up to 31.57 for replacement of copper slag as a fine aggregate. The maximum compressive strength of concrete increases up to 8.63% for 20% replacement of fine aggregate.They also revealed that
fly ash, silica fume and slag are being used into construction industry as a partial replacement to the fine aggregate. Similarly copper slag is a by-product from copper industry which can be used as a sand replacement into concrete. II. MATERIALS AND METHODS The raw materials used in this research were cement, fine and coarse aggregate, copper ...
In the case of concrete where fine aggregate is replaced by waste foundry sand, steel slag and palm oil clinker, slump value reduces by increasing the percentage of replacement and concrete mix in which fine aggregate substituted by copper slag and bottom ash, slump value increases by increasing the replacement ratio.
Influence of Copper Slag in Concrete as Partial Replacement for Fine Aggregate N. Vinoth Kumar1 S. K. Divya2 A. Sattainathan Sharma3 1,2,3Assistant Professor 1,2,3Department of Civil Engineering 1,2,3Valliammai Engineering College, Kancheepuram, India Abstract—Concrete is the widely used construction material.
of substitution of Fine aggregate with copper slag on behavior of mechanical functions of concrete and the application of copper slag as a substitution replacement material of sand. Copper slag which is an industrial waste product can be used as replacement for cement
tests were conducted for various proportions of copper slag replacement with sand of 0 to in concrete. Maximum Compressive strength of concrete increased by 55% at 40% replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, and up to 75% replacement, concrete gain more strength than control mix concrete strength. D.Brindha and
Flexural strength test with partial replacement of fine aggregate with copper slag in concrete. 3. METHODOLOGY 3.1. Sieve Analysis A sieve analysis can be performed on any type of non -organic or organic granular materials including sands, crushed rock, clays, granite, feldspars, coal, and soil, a wide range of manufactured powders,
study the potential use of copper slag as fine aggregate on the strength of both normal and high strength concrete. Concrete mixtures were prepared using different proportions of copper slag as partial and full replacement of fine aggregate. The percentage of copper slag added by weight ranged between 10- of sand used in concrete.
materials for clinker, cement replacement, coarse and fine aggregates. The use of copper slag in cement and concrete provides potential environmental as well as economic benefits for all related industries, particularly in areas where a considerable amount of copper slag is produced.
investigation carried out on concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, Concretemixes, viz. Conventional concrete mixes with varying percentages of copper slag (10, 20, 30 and 40%) as fine aggregate replacement material were investigated. The compressive strength test was carried out on 4
With the end goal to decrease the collection of copper slag and furthermore to give an elective material to sand and cement a methodology has been done to explore the utilization of copper slag in cement for the partial replacement of sand and cement.
partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag on the various strength properties of concrete by using the mix design of M20 grade. Test specimen with 0, 10, 20, 30, 40&50% of partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag were cast and tested for compressive strength after curing period of 7 …
CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE WITH COPPER SLAG & CEMENT WITH EGG SHELLS R RANJEET SINGH1*, K SUDHAKAR REDDY2* 1. II. M.Tech, Dept of CIVIL, AM Reddy Memorial College of Engineering & Technology, Petlurivaripalem. 2. Asst. Prof, Dept. of CIVIL, AM Reddy Memorial College of Engineering & Technology, Petlurivaripalem.
various proportions of copper slag replacement with sand of 0 to in concrete. The results were compared with the nominal concrete tool. J Anne Mary, investigated the use of copper slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate and reported that,the strength
This paper reports on an experimental program to investigate the effect of using copper slag as a replacement of fine aggregate on the strength properties. Copper slag is the waste material of matte smelting and reﬁning of copper such that each ton of copper generates approximately 2.5 tons of copper slag.
slag as a replacement of fine aggregate on the strength properties. In this report, M25 grade concrete was used and tests were conducted for various proportions of copper slag replacement with sand of 40%, 80% and in concrete. In the first case along with replacement of copper slag with sand there is an attempt is made to replace the