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lightweight green concrete with separate replacement level for cement with marble waste powder quarry dust with fine aggregate while using an optimum percentage of Rice husk ash. The standard cube of (150X 150 X150mm), cylinder of (150x300mm) and the prism beam of (100x100x500mm) have been casted with M50 grade mix of concrete.


and pollution of the environment. Replacement of materials over nominal concrete is what makes green concrete more environmental friendly concrete. Marble sludge powder, quarry rocks, crushed concrete and fly ashes are some of the materials used for making green concrete, a …


Concrete with Partially Replaced Marble Dust ... of green concrete containingquarry rock dust and marble sludge powder as fine aggregate. In this paper, they accomplished that feasibility of the usage of quarry rock dust and marble sludge powder as hundred percent substitutes for natural sand in concrete. An attempt has been made to


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of marble sludge powder on the strength properties of concrete, to compare the mechanical properties of the varying mix concrete with marble dust. 2. Experimental Study 2.1 Materials The basic materials used in this experimental study are, sharp sand, granite, marble dust, Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) of grade 42.5 [11] and water [12].


This studyis planned to make concrete totally replacing river sand with the quarry dust considering the fine fraction of quarry dust present for partial replacement of cement.Concrete of M30 grade has been designed by usingfines removed coarser quarry dust as fine aggregate. The cement is replaced with fines of quarry in 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10% ...


Marble sludge powder is a by-product from shaping. It is very fine particles of about 90% of the account. 8%marble powder used as admixture in concrete gives improved mechanical properties, durability and results in impermeable concrete [3]. Permeability of green concrete is reduced when modified with quarry dust and marble sludge powder [4].


of concrete when cement was partially replaced by waste marble powder the compressive strength of the concrete increase by ... Properties of green concrete containing quarry rock dust and marble sludge powder as fine aggregate. India, ARPN Journal …


flow increases with the increase of marble sludge powder con-tent. V funnel time decreases with the increase of marble sludge powder content. Also, they found that the compressive of concrete made of quarry rock dust are nearly 14% more than the conventional concrete. K. Shi-Cong, and P. Chi-Sun [4] the slump of crushed fine


Effect of Marble Sludge Powder and Quarry Rock Dust as Partial ... paper reports the properties of concrete mixtures where in a portion of sand is replaced by marble sludge powder and quarry rock dust and mixtures of both.


Recycling, 51: 770-791. Freeda Christy, C., and Tensing D. (2010). Effect of Class-F Fly Ash as Partial Replacement with Cement and Fine Aggregates In Mortar. Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials. 17:140-144. [4] Hameed, and Sekar. (2009). Properties of Green Concrete Containing Quarry Rock Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate.


1. Replacement of fine aggregate by quarry dust at partial replace results the increase in strength of concrete. 2. The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate (sand) by quarry dust may help in many ways such as it is helpful to control environment pollution, erosion of river bank might stop and also the waste quarry material can be


Also, they concluded that the replacement of fine aggregate with 50% marble powder and 50% quarry rock dust gives an excellent result in tensile strength. V. Corinaldesi et al. [7] concluded that the marble powder proved to be very effective in assuring very good cohesiveness of mortar and concrete, even in the presence of a superplasticizing ...


Replacement material for concrete; 01: Cement: Solid fly ash, sludge ash, recycled glass, silica fumes: 02: Coarse Aggregates (Metal) Recycle wastes, waste ready mix concrete, waste glass: 03: Fine Aggregates (Sand) Fine recycled aggregates, demolished brick waste, Quarry dust, marble powder waste


Green Concrete Cement Replaced Marble Sludge Powder fine Aggregate Replaced Quarry Dust We hold "Pursuing the SCM Technology and Quality" as our,... Read More quarry dust and marble powder in concrete – Grinding Mill,


In this paper deals with Natural River sand is replaced by manufactured sand by various proportions such as 0%, 25%, 50% and 75%. Aim of project is to study the strength and durability performance of concrete made with natural sand and artificial sand. Keywords: M-sand, quarry rock dust, strength properties of concrete.


Many researches has been carried out regarding the possible reuse of the waste materials like marble and granite powder in a economical and eco-friendly manner. The use of marble and granite products...


Perforamance Of Stone Dust Replace By Recycled Fine Aggregate. replacement of fine aggregate with stone dust. Green Concrete Cement Replaced Marble Sludge Powder Fine, Stone crusher dust as a fine aggregate in Concrete for paving, The test results shows that the replacement fine aggregate by crusher dust, quarry dust and marble sludge powder, Green concrete containing crusher dust .


15%, 20% and marble powder 10%, 15% replace with fine aggregate and cement respectively. The workability of fresh concrete mixes was determined by using slump test. Compressive strength and split tensile strength tests were conducted to evaluate hardened properties of concrete mixes for 7 and 28 days. Acid attack and Sulphate attack


Chloride Penetration Study on Self-Compacting Green Concrete Using Crusher Rock Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate M. Shahul Hameed 1, A.S.S. Sekar 2, V.Saraswathi 3 1 Faculty, Dept. of Civil Engg., Raja College of Engg.& Technology, Madurai 625 020, Tamil Nadu, India


Fine aggregate has been replaced with marble sludge powder and quarry dust and studied the effect on the properties of concrete according to [Malpani, 2014]. The use of cleaner technologies in ...


Table: Material replaced Concrete Green Concrete Sr No. Components of Concrete Replaced material for Green Concrete 1 Cement Sludge ash, fly ash, etc 2 Coarse Aggregates Silica fume, waste glass, etc. 3 Fine Aggregates Demolished bricks, quarry dust, micro silica, marble, sludge powder, etc. 3. MATERIAL/PRODUCT SELECTION


S. Priyatham et al. showed that both cement as well as fine aggregate were replaced with marble dust and found that the compressive strength of concrete was increased by 30% replacement of sand by quarry dust with combination of 10% marble powder [13].


replacement of marble powder in cement content was noted and also showed improvement in other mechanical properties compared to controlled concrete [3]. Hanifi Binici et al found that marble-dust concrete has higher compressive strength than that of the corresponding lime stone-dust concrete having equal w/c and mix proportion.


With the tremendous increase in the population, per capita consumption of cement production has increased by many folds. This has lead to an exponential increase in the carbon dioxide levels causing extreme pollution to the environment. Necessary steps have been taken by the researchers worldwide to find alternatives to cement so as save the environment from this rising pollution.


The replacement of fine aggregate with 50% marble sludge powder and 50% Quarry rock dust (Green concrete) gives an excellent result in strength aspect and quality aspect. Increase the marble sludge powder content by more than 50% improves the workability but affects the compressive and split tensile strength of concrete.


conducted on fly ash and marble sludge powder replacement with fine aggregate at the various proportions. Experiment were conducted to corrosion study on foam concrete and to fine the physical properties of materials and strength of the concrete mix. Table 1.1 physical properties of cement S.No Properties Test result


M. S. Hameed and A.S.S. Sekar (2009), "Properties of green concrete containing quarry rock dust and marble sludge powder as fine aggregates", ARPNJournal of Engineering and Applied Science, Vol.4(4), pp.83-89. ManjitKaur et al Performance of Ground granulated Blast furnace slag Concrete with Partial replacement of sand by saw dust.


Marble powder is partially replaced in cement by weight; there is a marked reduction in compressive strength values of mortar mix with increasing marble powder content when compared with control sample at each curing age. ... Properties of Green Concrete containing Quarry Rock Dust and Marble Sludge powder as a fine aggregate ARPN J Engineering ...


Steel fibers are used to enhance strength properties and ductility of concrete. The coarse aggregate replaced partially with the demolished waste aggregate of 50%. Cement with silica fume added in ... "Properties of Green Concrete Containing Quarry Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate", APRN Journal of Engineering and Applied ...


Micro fine quarry dust (MFQD) is a by product from the quarry in a form of white material that is introduced to replace cement. The introduction of quarry dust (QD) seems acceptable since the study on the chemical composition shows that the QD can be classified under category mineral admixture Class N (pozzolan).


If the cement was replaced with marble powder in proportions of 20% or more, then adverse effects were observed on the compressive strength and workability of the concrete. This study indicated that marble dust at a cement-replacement ratio of 5%-10% affected the mechanical properties of concrete by decreasing the global annual CO 2 emissions ...


Properties of green concrete containing quarry rock dust and marble sludge powder as fine aggregate. ... Waste sludge was replaced with cement at various …


In this study, the workability, the compressive strength and the water penetration depth under pressure for concrete incorporate with quarry waste as fine aggregate were investigated. The mix proportions of concrete were set into two classes of water to cement ratio (w/c = 0.4, 0.6). The first class (C1), the mix proportion is 1.0:0.6:2.0:4.0 (Cement: Water: Fine: Coarse).