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In the present study, Ceramic tile waste were used in concrete as a replacement for natural coarse aggregate with 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% of the substitution and M20 grade

2.2 Ceramic Waste As partial Replacement for Course Aggregate Concrete Production 4 2.2.1 Properties of Ceramic Coarse Aggregates 5 2.2.2 Properties of Concrete That Were Made from Ceramic Waste Coarse Aggregate 6 2.2.3 Type Of Ceramic Waste 9 2.2.4 Other Application of Ceramic waste substitution 9 2.3 Aggregates 10

aggregate by partial replacement of coarse aggregate. Ceramic waste could be transformed into useful coarse aggregate. The aim of this study was to produce and test M20 quality concrete with ceramic tile waste. The compressive and flexural strength results of the concretes will be determined by curing 7 and 28 days. The aim of this study is the ...

aggregates. Using ceramic tile aggregate in concrete not only will be cost effective, but also will be good from environment point of view. This study focuses on producing concrete of acceptable strength with crushed waste ceramic tiles as coarse aggregate and determining the optimum coarse aggregate mix ratio to achieve

Performance of Recycled Ceramic Waste as Aggregates in Asphalt Mixtures 238 modulus strength and DSR test were also carried out. Most of the test results showed an improvement in rutting and fatigue performance. However, glazed ceramic tiles were not used in the study since the surface of ceramic tiles is glazed for sanitary ware industry [4]. 2.

Ceramic Waste . The amount of ceramic tile waste on earth is enough for use as a coarse and fine aggregate in concrete. Ceramic tile is produced from natural materials sintered at high temperatures. There are no harmful chemicals in tile. Waste tiles cause only the hazard of pollution. Wherever some

The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate . in Concrete . E. H. Wadie, E. F. Sadek, M. M. Abdel Wahab . Abstract—This paper presents the results of an experimental studyto investigate the potential of using recycled ceramic as aggregate in concrete. The ceramic aggregate used in this study wasrecycled from industrial ceramic tile waste in Egypt.

The evaluation of ceramic waste for use as a replacement of cement material begins with the concrete testing. Concrete contains cement, water, fineaggregate, coarse aggregate and grit. With the control concrete, i.e. 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% of the cement is replaced with ceramic waste,the data from the ceramic waste is

and ceramic tile waste concrete for compressive strength test. The results obtained for the compressive strength of Conventional concrete and ceramic tile waste aggregate concrete with coarse aggregate for 3 days, 7 days and 28 days are shown in Table 3. SL.No %Replacement Age in Days 3 days 7 days 28 days 1 0% ngth A

The employment of waste ceramic as a fine and coarse aggregate replacement was studied in this current research. Specimens with ceramic waste as fine and coarse aggregates at varying percentage levels of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50% was prepared for the current study.

(1) By using the ceramic tile aggregate, the mass of aggregate reduces about 50 % which in turn reduces the weight of concrete. (2) Ceramic waste can be used as coarse aggregate as the properties of ceramic waste coarse aggregate are within the range of the values of concrete making aggregate according to Indian Standards. References

Ceramic waste-coarse aggregate The ceramic waste was obtained from a local ceramic industry and big ceramic tile companies or shops. The ceramic pieces were broken into pieces with hammer into required size and breakage of the tiles into small pieces of about 5mm – 40mm sizes.

In accordance with conservation efforts, this research focuses on ceramic tile waste as partial coarse aggregates replacement for concrete production, prevention of environmental pollution with considering the elements of sustainable and cost-saving construction projects, especially material usage. Moreover, many of the construction industry in Malaysia produce construction waste that ...

ceramic waste coarse aggregate are lower by 3.8, 18.2 and 6% respectively when compared to conventional concrete[2]. J.de Brito. A.S. Pereira, J.R. Correia (2005) suggested ceramic tile aggregates can be used in elements in which the primary requirement is not compressive strength. However, it can be used in members

Crushed Ceramic Tile which are used as a replacement to the coarse aggregates and fine aggregate. Chopped Scrap Tyre (5%, 7.5% & 10%) is partially replaced in place of coarse aggregates and Crushed Ceramic Tile (10%, 15% & 20%) is partially replaced in the place of fine aggregates. Design mix of M25 is adopted and tested .

said the amount of tile waste generation is enough to use in concrete as a replacement to coarse aggregate. The use of ceramic tile waste has a positive effect on environment and cost implication. The intended use of tile aggregate, the self-weight of concrete is reduced about 4% which makes the structure to be safe and economical.

As for ceramic or tile waste, it is one of the building wastes that cannot be used anymore so that ceramic waste can be used as a substitute for coarse aggregate in the concrete mixture. This study aims to determine the effect of using extinguished lime as a substitute for cement and ceramic or tile waste as a substitute for coarse aggregate in ...

waste ceramic tile in concrete. To do so, first, the characteristics of ceramic aggregate are measured and then being grind they are used in concrete as the substitute for coarse aggregates with 0 to 40 percent of substitution and also for sand with 0 to 100 percent of substation. Besides, all other parameters are constant.

2.2 Coarse Aggregate (CERAMIC TILES) 20mm-40 mm sized Ceramic tiles is used In this experimental study. As Ceramic tiles doesn't absorb water as like of normal coarse aggregate it can be used as an alternative 2.3 Fine Aggregate The sand which was locally available and passing through 4.75mm IS sieve is used. The specific gravity of fine

copper slag as 20%, 40% and 60% and coarse aggregate with waste ceramic tiles as 10%, 20% and 30%.M40 grade of concrete was used. Compressive strength increased by 7.59N/mm 2 at a combination of 40% copper slag with 10% waste ceramic tiles and also Flexure increased by 4.07%. M.Roobini et al. (2015) determined the development strength ...

The first source is the ceramics industry, and this waste Keyword -ceramic is classifipowder, compressive strength According to the Integrated National Plan on Waste I. INTRODUCTION A. Admixtures: Definition: Admixture is defined as a material other than cement, fine …

A crushed coarse and fine aggregate with maximum size of 14 mm was selected for the dense graded asphalt mixture. The gradation and the corresponding mix designations for HMA Mixture together with Public Works Department (PWD) specification limits are shown in Fig. 2.A sieve analysis was carried out on the representative granite and ceramic waste aggregates.

increases with the ceramic coarse tile total up to 30% rate. Muralidharan.T (2018) ... The result of CTM of M30 grade of concrete cube having ceramic waste crushed tile aggregates replacement of fine aggregate with the percentage of 0%, 8%, 16%, 24%, 32% and 40% with normal aggregate, design

The concrete specimens were casted with ceramic waste tile as coarse aggregate replacing with natural coarse aggregate at 0%, 5%, 10%, and 15%, followed by quarry dust replacing with fine aggregate at 0%, 20%, 40%, and 60% respectively. The experimental results at fresh state shows that the maximum slump is attained at 0% which is 50mm and the ...

The effect of coarse aggregate replacement with agricultural and industrial wastes like furnace slag, oil palm shell, coconut shell, waste ceramic tiles, glass, expanded polystyrene, lightweight ...

The ceramic wastes such as flowerpot, tiles and brick ware were broken into small pieces about 5 – 40 mm sizes by a hammer. These small pieces are then fed into vibrator sieved to get the required 14 – 20 mm size. Figure 1 show the sample of ceramic waste coarse aggregate.

The coarse aggregate and the coarse sand used in the concrete mixes with cement replacement by ceramic powder were crushed granite aggregates. The water absorption, particle size distribution, density and the fineness modulus of the aggregates were determined following tests methods described in the relevant standards.

The waste ceramic tile aggregates have a white plain color and it is in the category of white paste ceramic based on the source of the raw materials. As the waste ceramic tile aggregates was replacing the coarse aggregate so its physical properties were determined in the same way as the coarse aggregate. The finesse modulus of the waste ceramic ...

Ceramic tile aggregate is used as partial replacement with coarse aggregate. Materials are mixed by considering the proportions as per the mix design. The 02 10% 16.22 18.67 24.04 IN MPA mould of dimension 150x150x150 mm in 03 layers in which each layer of height approximately 50mm.

For this reason, ceramic waste is increasingly frequently used as coarse and fine aggregate, both in mortars and in concrete mixtures. The goal of studies presented in the paper was to analyse the impact of recycled ceramic aggregate on the frost and salt spray resistance of stucco mortar used in the construction industry.

ceramic aggregate is not only cost effective but also environment-friendly. The waste ceramic tiles are broken into pieces in nominal size (20mm as per IS 383-1970) and mixed with concrete as partial replacement of coarse aggregate. The usage of waste tiles would lead to …

Keywords: Ceramic Tiles (CT), Fly Ash (FA), Compressive strength, Split tensile strength _____ I. INTRODUCTION The amount of ceramic tile waste on earth is enough for use as a coarse aggregate in concrete. Ceramic tile is produced from natural materials sintered at high temperatures. There are no harmful chemicals in tile.

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Crushed waste ceramic tiles, crushed waste ceramic tile powder and Granite powder are used as a replacement to the coarse aggregates and fine aggregate. The ceramicwaste crushed tiles were partially replaced in place of coarse aggregates by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%.Granite powder and ceramic tile powder were