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Experimental Study On Recycled Aggregate Concrete

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Experimental Study on Recycled Aggregate Concrete

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE. The recycling of Construction and Demolition Wastes has long been accepted to have the possible to conserve natural resources and to decrease energy used in production. In some nations it is a standard substitute for both construction and maintenance, particularly where there is a scarcity of

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(PDF) Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete

2021-11-30  Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete Aggregates with Rice Husk Ash as Partial Cement Replacement. October 2018; Civil Engineering Journal 4

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Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate

2018-9-24  Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Using Bituminous Pavement Wastes Mohsin Khan1 1M.Tech Student, Civil Engineering Department, HCTM Technical Campus, Kaithal, Haryana, India -----***-----Abstract:-In general, aggregate make up 60-75% of concrete volume, so their selection is important, also they control concrete properties.

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Experimental Study on Recycled Aggregate Pervious

2018-8-1  Concrete is the most widely used building material in the world. At the same time, the world produces a large amount of construction waste each year. Waste concrete is processed and treated, and the recycled aggregate is used to make pervious concrete, which enables the construction waste to be recycled. Pervious concrete has many advantages such as permeability to water, protection of water

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Experimental study on strength behaviour of recycled

2013-3-10  The concrete specimen with. 100% recycled coarse aggregate at 28 days of curing has the lowest tensile strength, which was only 1.952 N/mm2. It is around 38.81% drop when compared to control. concrete specimen. There is a drop in tensile strength

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An experimental study on the effect of recycled aggregate

2020-1-22  In this experimental study, the effect of the recycled aggregate on interfacial property, permeability and strength characteristics of the concrete was evaluated in order to examine the relationship between the recycled aggregate and the performance of the hardened concrete. Five types of recycled aggregate and four levels of w/c ratio were tested. The effect of the recycled aggregate was

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Experimental behaviour of recycled aggregate concrete

2021-12-3  This stone reports a comprehensive experimental and numerical study of the flexural buckling behaviour and resistances of circular recycled aggregate concrete-filled

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Experimental Study of the Geopolymeric Recycled

Experimental Study of the Geopolymeric Recycled Aggregate Concrete Young’s modulus, and the Poisson’s ratio of the geopolymeric recycled aggregate concrete (GRAC) specimens increase with the increase of the water/cement (w/c) ratio. The Young’s modulus is much more vulnerable to the increase of the w/c ratio than the compressive strength.

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Experimental study on mechanical behaviors of concrete

2016-9-1  Experimental study on mechanical behaviors of concrete with large-size recycled coarse aggregate. In this , a new type of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) with waste concrete as large-size recycled coarse aggregates (LRCA) was designed and prepared.

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(PDF) Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete

2021-11-30  Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete Aggregates with Rice Husk Ash as Partial Cement Replacement. October 2018; Civil Engineering Journal 4

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Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate

2018-9-24  Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Using Bituminous Pavement Wastes Mohsin Khan1 1M.Tech Student, Civil Engineering Department, HCTM Technical Campus, Kaithal, Haryana, India -----***-----Abstract:-In general, aggregate make up 60-75% of concrete volume, so their selection is important, also they control concrete properties.

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Experimental Study on Recycled Aggregate Pervious

2018-8-1  Concrete is the most widely used building material in the world. At the same time, the world produces a large amount of construction waste each year. Waste concrete is processed and treated, and the recycled aggregate is used to make pervious concrete, which enables the construction waste to be recycled. Pervious concrete has many advantages such as permeability to water, protection of water

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Experimental study on strength behaviour of recycled

2013-3-10  The concrete specimen with. 100% recycled coarse aggregate at 28 days of curing has the lowest tensile strength, which was only 1.952 N/mm2. It is around 38.81% drop when compared to control. concrete specimen. There is a drop in tensile strength

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Experimental study on reuse of recycled concrete

2017-9-7  Recycled aggregates recovered from abandoned buildings or demolished concrete structures were reused to produce concrete columns as new building components. A quasi-static test on 10 recycled aggregate concrete filled steel tubular (RACFST) columns was carried out. The mechanical properties of RACFST columns in the study include failure mode, hysteretic loops, skeleton curves, stiffness

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An experimental study on the effect of recycled aggregate

2020-1-22  In this experimental study, the effect of the recycled aggregate on interfacial property, permeability and strength characteristics of the concrete was evaluated in order to examine the relationship between the recycled aggregate and the performance of the hardened concrete. Five types of recycled aggregate and four levels of w/c ratio were tested. The effect of the recycled aggregate was

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Experimental study on bond behaviour between recycled

2021-7-5  Concrete structures are constantly subjected to both static and dynamic loads. Hence, this study mainly focused on the strain rate effect on the bond behaviour between reinforced recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) and basalt fibre-reinforced polymer (BFRP) bars.

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Experimental Study on Tensile Creep of Coarse Recycled

2015-9-15  Previous studies have shown that the drying shrinkage of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is greater than that of natural aggregate concrete (NAC). Drying shrinkage is the fundamental reason for the cracking of concrete, and tensile creep caused by the restraint of drying shrinkage plays a significant role in the cracking because it can relieve the tensile stress and results in the delay of

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Experimental Study on Forecasting Mathematical Model of

On the basis of basic law in AASHTO2007 model, the forecasting mathematical model of drying shrinkage of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is established by regression analysis and experimental study. The research results show that (1) with the replacement rate of RCA increases, the drying shrinkage value of RAC increases; this trend is even more obvious in the early drying time.

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Experimental study on the flexural behaviour and ductility

2018-10-20  In another study, Zaetang et al. used recycled concrete block aggregate and recycled concrete aggregate at 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100% by weight. The compressive strength, density, total voids, water permeability, thermal conductivity and surface abrasion resistance of pervious concrete containing these aggregates were determined.

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Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate

2018-9-24  Experimental Case Study of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Using Bituminous Pavement Wastes Mohsin Khan1 1M.Tech Student, Civil Engineering Department, HCTM Technical Campus, Kaithal, Haryana, India -----***-----Abstract:-In general, aggregate make up 60-75% of concrete volume, so their selection is important, also they control concrete properties.

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Experimental study on reuse of recycled concrete

2017-9-7  Recycled aggregates recovered from abandoned buildings or demolished concrete structures were reused to produce concrete columns as new building components. A quasi-static test on 10 recycled aggregate concrete filled steel tubular (RACFST) columns was carried out. The mechanical properties of RACFST columns in the study include failure mode, hysteretic loops, skeleton curves, stiffness

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Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled

2014-4-25  Experimental Study of Compressive Strength of Recycled Aggregate Concrete written by Yati R. Tank, Jigar P. Parmar, Darpan H. Gadhiya published on 2014/04/25 download full article with reference data and citations

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Experimental Study of the Geopolymeric Recycled

Experimental Study of the Geopolymeric Recycled Aggregate Concrete Young’s modulus, and the Poisson’s ratio of the geopolymeric recycled aggregate concrete (GRAC) specimens increase with the increase of the water/cement (w/c) ratio. The Young’s modulus is much more vulnerable to the increase of the w/c ratio than the compressive strength.

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Experimental Study on the Effect of Recycled Aggregate

By using recycled concrete aggregate and GGBS in concrete we can reduce environmental problem to some extent. This experimental study evaluate the effective utilisation of GGBS and recycled aggregate in concrete. In this study GGBS is used as partial replacement for cement and recycled aggregate as partial replacement for coarse aggregate.

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An experimental study on the effect of recycled aggregate

2020-1-22  In this experimental study, the effect of the recycled aggregate on interfacial property, permeability and strength characteristics of the concrete was evaluated in order to examine the relationship between the recycled aggregate and the performance of the hardened concrete. Five types of recycled aggregate and four levels of w/c ratio were tested. The effect of the recycled aggregate was

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Experimental Study on Tensile Creep of Coarse Recycled

2017-8-28  Experimental Study on Tensile Creep of Coarse Recycled Aggregate Concrete Tae-Seok Seo1), and Moon-Sung Lee2),* (Received March 2, 2015, Accepted July 23, 2015, Published online September 15, 2015) Abstract: Previous studies have shown that the drying shrinkage of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is greater than that of

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Experimental Study on Tensile Creep of Coarse Recycled

2015-9-15  Previous studies have shown that the drying shrinkage of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is greater than that of natural aggregate concrete (NAC). Drying shrinkage is the fundamental reason for the cracking of concrete, and tensile creep caused by the restraint of drying shrinkage plays a significant role in the cracking because it can relieve the tensile stress and results in the delay of

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Experimental Study on Forecasting Mathematical Model of

On the basis of basic law in AASHTO2007 model, the forecasting mathematical model of drying shrinkage of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is established by regression analysis and experimental study. The research results show that (1) with the replacement rate of RCA increases, the drying shrinkage value of RAC increases; this trend is even more obvious in the early drying time.

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Experimental Study on Properties of Pervious Concrete

2011-3-11  of recycled aggregate for pervious concrete is still relatively new. In this study, we aim to quantify the effects of volume fraction of the binder (binder/voids between aggregate), the type of binder and variables in the aggregate on the properties of pervious concrete using recycled aggregate. Experimental Details Material Properties

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Experimental Study On Recycled Aggregate Concrete