A Review Paper on Utilization of Waste Foundry Sand and recycled Aggregate by partial Replacement in concrete
Kiran A. Vilayatkar, Pragati P. Pal, Nikhil R. Sathekar, Sagar B. Dongare, Prof.S.G.Makarande, Prof.K.V.Bhandakkar
Waste Foundry Sand(WFS), Recycled Aggregate(RA)
Waste foundry sand are by-products which appears to possess the potential to partially replace regular sand as a fine aggregate in concretes providing a recycling opportunity for them. Low cost concrete production by replacement of fine sand with Foundry sand is a new trend and makes effectively use of Waste foundry sand as engineering material by reducing disposal and pollution problem. Providing a recycling opportunity for them. With the rapid development of construction industry leading to excessive natural resource consumption and the deterioration of the environment, the contradiction between the sustainable development of construction industry and the shortage of resources will become more and more severe. At the same time, a large amount of solid waste is produced in the process of construction of new buildings every year. Today, the reuse of construction waste has become a common concern issue and deserves deep researches. It can be foreseen that the recycled aggregate concrete as a method of reuse and recycling of the construction waste will bring considerable economic and environmental benefits. The paper reviews the utilization of foundry sand and recycled aggregate as the concrete constituent and the noticeable and important findings from the experimental works of various researchers. After a careful study of large number of research papers on the topic it was felt by the authors to integrate all the important results for streamlining the potential of this area of research. The paper summarizes conclusions of experiments conducted for the properties like strength and durability.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 729 - 736
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