experimental study on strength of concrete using composite replacement of coarse aggregate
Recycled Concrete Aggregate, Crushed Glass and Concrete Strength Parameters.
It’s a mere fact that the day to day costs of the commonly used construction material are increasing. The engineers are pleading to finish the project in the estimated budget. Hence it’s time to take a gambit stand against this outrages crisis face by the construction industry. At the demolition sites huge lumps of concrete waste are formed, since concrete is a non degradable material the decomposition of the concrete is a major problem. Hence in this current scenario this experimental study of partially replacement of coarse aggregate finds an effective solution the burning problems of the industry. In this experimental study the partial replacement of coarse aggregate with 25% to 40% of recycled concrete aggregate waste collected from demolition sites and waste pipe pieces etc and another replacement of 10% to 25% of waste crushed glass is also used. They are mixed at different ratios for different mixes and the strength parameters are evaluated as per BIS 516-1959 code recommendation
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Unique Paper ID: 142343

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1

Page(s): 137 - 141
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