AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COPPER SLAG WITH FINE AGGREGATE
Author(s):
M. Mohammad Rayan
Keywords:
Copper Slag
Abstract
This Experimental Investigation on concrete by partial replacement of fine aggregate with copper slag to improve the quality strength parameters, for example compressive strength, split tensile strength, and flexural strength of the M-30 grade of concrete. Here the fine aggregate partially replaced with copper slag in concrete with 5%, 10%, 15% & 20% by weight of fine aggregates and cement Mix design was prepared for M-30 grade of concrete by replacement of copper slag as fine aggregate and cement. We can reduce the digging of river sand which effects the hydraulic structure stability and as well as we can reduce the open land fill and environmental pollution with copper slag usage it in concrete. Test outcomes shows that the strength performances of concrete has enhanced having copper slag as a partial substitution of Sand and cement (0-20%) in concrete however in conditions of stability the concrete establish to be low resistant to acid attack and high resistance against sulphate attack. At that point investigate variation between values of results with conventional concrete. Graphs are drawn strength vs. replacement with fine aggregate results are compared with normal concrete.
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Unique Paper ID: 161532

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 569 - 572
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