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The effect of the using waste marble dust as fine sand on

Sieve size,(mm) waste marble dust fine sand aggregate Figure 1. Grain size distribution of fine sand aggregate and waste marble dust. Table 3. Details of concrete mixes (kg/m3). Specimen Water Fine aggregate Coarse aggregate Cement Marble dust (0 0.25 mm) (0.25 4 mm) (4 16 mm) MD0 255 156 680 725 500 MD25 255 117 680 725 500 39

Artificial aggregate made from waste stone sludge and

Nov 01, 2010 Sludge from slab stone processing was obtained from a marble processing factory in Hualien. The sludge was composed mainly of SiO 2 and CaO, which account for 70% of the total weight, and had a water content of around 32%. Table 1 shows the chemical composition of the stone sludge oven dried at 105 °C, and Fig. 1 displays the particle size distribution (weight percentage) in the sludge

Experimental investigation on utilization of dried marble

The authors here had used marble waste of particles ranging from 4.75 mm to 75 µm to substitute fine aggregate from 0% to 100%. The flow value of these mortars was fixed at 105–115%. Water requirement was the least for 50% substituted mix.

(PDF) Effect of Marble Sludge Powder and Quarry Rock Dust

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

(PDF) Impact of Marble Waste as Coarse Aggregate on

Marble sludge wastes are mainly used as fine or coarse aggregates for ordinary cement concrete [9][10] [11]. The results showed that marble aggregates do not affect either the mechanical

Influence of marble wastes on soil improvement and

Oct 18, 2013 高达10%返现 Specifically, we determined the physical, mechanical and physicochemical characteristics of clayey soils with marble dust (MD) additive. The test results showed that some improvement occurred in the behavior of clay soil. Also, the cutting waste of marble sludge can be used as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production.

Mechanical properties of structural concrete containing

Feb 15, 2015 This work follows in the wake of two others that examined the feasibility of using marble as coarse and fine aggregate in concrete production,. The mechanical performance of structural concrete containing sludge from the marble extraction industry has been analysed. After completing the work, these conclusions can be drawn: (1)

The effect of the using waste marble dust as fine sand on

Sieve size,(mm) waste marble dust fine sand aggregate Figure 1. Grain size distribution of fine sand aggregate and waste marble dust. Table 3. Details of concrete mixes (kg/m3). Specimen Water Fine aggregate Coarse aggregate Cement Marble dust (0 0.25 mm) (0.25 4 mm) (4 16 mm) MD0 255 156 680 725 500 MD25 255 117 680 725 500 39

Marble and Granite Waste: Characterization and Utilization

marble and granite waste of different sizes in the manufacturing of concrete bricks, with full replacement of conventional coarse and fine aggregates with marble waste scrapes and slurry powder of content up to 40%. The produced bricks are tested for physical and mechanical properties according to the requirements of the American Standards for

Strength, permeation and micro-structural characteristics

Apr 10, 2019 While marble sludge has been utilized as a partial replacement of cement, marble waste collected in the sedimentation tanks can be explored for its potential as a replacement of fine aggregates. The use of marble sludge as cement replacement has been extensively studied [8],[11] .

using marbel sludge as cement raw material

Mar 12 2015 0183 32 of marble sludge will use as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production Yıldız 19 evaluated marble dust and waste parts the availability of road-building They said that in road construction the use of marble dust and tracks may be appropriate and in soil...

(PDF) Marble replacing fine aggregates Deval shah

Marble slurry grade of concrete was prepared by partially replacing fine aggregate is chemically dolomitic in nature and consists of very fine particles. with five different percentages by weight of marble powder (0%, 5%, Considering the phusico-chemical properties, it may be used as a fine

(PDF) Impact of Marble Waste as Coarse Aggregate on

Marble sludge wastes are mainly used as fine or coarse aggregates for ordinary cement concrete [9][10] [11]. The results showed that marble aggregates do not affect either the mechanical

Investigating use of dimensional limestone slurry waste as

Nov 09, 2018 高达10%返现 Materials. To carry out the present study, pozzolanic cement conforming to BIS 1489 (Part 1): 1991 was used as binding material. Fine aggregate (river sand) was conforming to the specifications of IS 2116 and was procured from local suppliers.The wet dimensional limestone slurry waste (DLSW) was procured from polishing units located at the Ramganj Mandi area,

marble powder aggregateri

Feb 22, 2017 Jul 26, 2021The replacement of fine aggregate with 15 % of marble-sludge powder and 45 % of quartz sand (HSSCC concrete) gives an unprecedented outcome in the form of solidity and consistency. The findings show that the HSSCC 9 mix exhibits the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength and, more noteworthy, bond

Behavior of Concrete Using Marble Waste as Coarse Aggregate

with GBFS as fine aggregate and marble was te a s coarse aggregate was 6 .14%, 7.25%, 5.72% and 3.04% ,respectively higher than t hat of concrete with river sand as fine aggregat e. and marble

o u r n a l ofW International Journal of Waste Resources

Also, the cutting waste of marble sludge will use as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production. Yıldız [19] evaluated marble dust and waste parts the availability of road-building. They said that in road construction,

Research Papers On Marble Aggregate Concrete

waste marble sludge as fine aggregateResearch Paper INNOVATIVE USE OF PAPER INDUSTRY WASTE or granite, plus a fine aggregate such as sand), Black Marble

An Experimental Investigation Of Partial Replacement Of

Marble sludge powder In natural stone processing plants large amounts of marble dust are generated with an important impact on environment and humans. This project describes the feasibility of using the marble sludge dust in concrete production as partial replacement of fine aggregate. In INDIA, the marble

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL

Jul 16, 2018 Rock Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate. ARPN Journal of Engineering . and Applied Sciences. Vol. 4 (4), 83-89. Shahul Hameed M, Sekar A.S.S and Saraswathi V (2010) Chloride Penetration Study on SelfCompacting . Green Concrete Using Crusher Rock Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine . Aggregate. NDT.net, Vol. 2, 1-10.

Green Concrete and its Scope in India

Fine recycled aggregate, Demolished Brick waste, Quarry dust, waste glass powder, Marble sludge powder, Rock dust and pebbles, Artificial sand, Waste glass, Fly ash and Micro silica, Bottom ash of Municipal solid waste.

PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE BY WASTE

In natural stone processing plants large amounts of marble dust are generated with an important impact on environment and humans. This project describes the feasibility of using the marble sludge dust in concrete production as partial replacement of fine aggregate. In INDIA, the marble and granite stone processing is one of the most thriving

Influence of marble wastes on soil improvement and

Oct 18, 2013 Specifically, we determined the physical, mechanical and physicochemical characteristics of clayey soils with marble dust (MD) additive. The test results showed that some improvement occurred in the behavior of clay soil. Also, the cutting waste of marble sludge can be used as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production.

An Experimental Investigation Of Partial Replacement Of

Marble sludge powder In natural stone processing plants large amounts of marble dust are generated with an important impact on environment and humans. This project describes the feasibility of using the marble sludge dust in concrete production as partial replacement of fine aggregate. In INDIA, the marble

Properties of Hardened Concrete Produced by Waste Marble

Sand As Fine Aggregate Without Waste Marble It Is Observed That Mix Containing 40% Sand, 40% Marble Sludge Powder, 20% Quarry Rock Dust Had The Best Compressive Strength And Mix Containing 50% Quarry Rock Dust, 50% Marble Sludge Powder And 20% Sand ,40% Quarry Rock Dust, 40% Marble Sludge Powder Had The Best Values For Split Tensile Strength Of

using marbel sludge as cement raw material

Mar 12 2015 0183 32 of marble sludge will use as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production Yıldız 19 evaluated marble dust and waste parts the availability of road-building They said that in road construction the use of marble dust and tracks may be appropriate and in soil...

o u r n a l ofW International Journal of Waste Resources

Also, the cutting waste of marble sludge will use as a filler material instead of fine aggregate in concrete production. Yıldız [19] evaluated marble dust and waste parts the availability of road-building. They said that in road construction,

marble powder aggregateri

Feb 22, 2017 Jul 26, 2021The replacement of fine aggregate with 15 % of marble-sludge powder and 45 % of quartz sand (HSSCC concrete) gives an unprecedented outcome in the form of solidity and consistency. The findings show that the HSSCC 9 mix exhibits the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength and, more noteworthy, bond

(PDF) Marble inplace of fines Deval shah Academia.edu

Marble inplace of fines. Download. Related Papers. UTILIZATION OF WASTE QUARRY DUST AND MARBLE POWDER IN CONCRETE. By Dr. Maria Idrees. Development of UHPC mixtures utilizing natural and industrial waste materials as partial replacements of

An Experimental Investigation on Mechanical Properties of

sieve and finally the waste marble dust (WMD) was obtained to be used in the experiments as fine sand aggregate. The maximum size of aggregates used was 16mm. The density of coarse and fine aggregates from the 0–4mm(river sand)and 4- 16 mm river aggregates group were 2780 and 2730 kg/m3,respectively. In concrete mix proportioning,

Mechanical properties of structural concrete containing

Fine gravel 1.21 2749 2661 2693 1336.7 17.9 Coarse sand 0.97 2469 2411 2434 1591.5 - Fine sand 0.09 2566 2560 2563 1619.2 - 3.1.2) Sludge from the marble extraction industry The tests on sludge from the marble extraction industry (SME) were performed at the facilities of

Experimental Study on Granite Powder as a Replacement of

and the durability concrete were good when the fine aggregate was replaced with 50% marble sludge powder and 50% Quarry rock dust (Green concrete). The resistance of concrete to sulphate attack was enhanced greatly. R. IIangovana, “Strength and durability properties of concrete containing quarry dust as fine aggregate”

RE-USE OF GRANITE SLUDGE IN PRODUCING GREEN CONCRETE

Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate. ARPN Journal of The values of slump tests for all mixes were ranging Engineering and Applied Sciences. 4(4). Use of waste marble aggregates It was observed that there was an inversely in concrete. Construction and Building Materials. (25): proportional relation between the granite waste as a 1167-1171

Chloride Penetration Study On Self-Compacting Green

The maximum size of fine aggregate was taken to be 4.75 mm. The testing of sand was done as per Indian Standard Specifications IS: 383 -1970[7]. 3.1.3 Marble Sludge Powder (MSP) MSP was obtained in wet form directly taken from deposits of Marble factories. Wet MSP must be dried before the sample preparation. MSP contains several Marble

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON CONCRETE WITH GRANITE SLUDGE

[9] Shahul Hameed M and Sekar A.S.S, “Properties The optimum percentage at which the granite of Green Concrete Containing Quarry Rock powder is replaced by the fine aggregate is Dust and Marble Sludge Powder as Fine Aggregate”, ARPN Journal of Engineering and found to be 60% beyond which the strength Applied Sciences, vol. 4, no. 4, june