Caesar is a large mining machinery manufacturer and exporter, located in Zhengzhou, Henan, China. Our main product categories include stone crusher machine, sand making machine, ore beneficiation plant, powder grinding machine, dryer machine, etc. We can provide not only single machine, but also complete production plant with our powerful technical support.
Recent studies showed that marble waste can be used as aggregates for assorted construction materials. Binici et al. 1 have studied some mechanical properties of concrete containing marble and limestone dusts mixes were modified to 5, 10 and 15 marble and limestone dusts instead of fine sand aggregates and their compressive strengths were
Crushed waste marble and granite with a maximum nominal size of 19 mm were used as coarse aggregates, while river sand and GBFS with a maximum size of 4.75 mm were used as fine aggregates. Two control specimens were made with limestone as coarse aggregate separately, one with river sand and the other with GBFS.
The results of this study show that, marble aggregate can be used to improve the mechanical properties of conventional concrete mixes. The marble waste is available in vast amounts in Rajasthan, India. From the economic and environmental point of view this waste can be used as aggregates in production of concrete mixes.
The paper presents the study methodology, the characterization of waste marble aggregates and various practical formulations of concrete. This experimental investigation was carried out on three series of concrete mixtures sand substitution mixture, gravel substitution mixture and a mixture of both aggregates sand and gravel.
Aggregate obtained from marble quarry waste was used as 75 part of coarse aggregate and rest was conventional coarse aggregate. It was observed that, compressive strength was almost same as that
The destruction of the environment would be reduced by the use of waste pieces of marble as aggregate in concrete. On the other hand, the use of marble waste will contribute directly to the evaluation of environmental waste. Belachia and Hebhoub 2011 used waste marble as aggregate in concrete in ratios of 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100. The
Construction aggregate, or simply aggregate, is a broad category of coarse to mediumgrained particulate material used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, recycled concrete and geosynthetic are the most mined materials in the world. Aggregates are a component of composite materials such as concrete and asphalt concrete the aggregate serves as
recycled waste concrete and the adding of Admixture. The compressive strength of recycled concrete FAR concrete with 10, 15 and 20 fine aggregate replacement by demolition waste coarse aggregate at 7,14 and 28 days is comparable to that of referral concrete. The compressive
TERRAZZCO crushes and processes marble, glass and shell chips varying in color and sizes. We use cone crushers, jaw crushers and other technology to crush aggregates into fine fillers, micro aggreggates, standard sizes 02, and oversized chips. These aggregates are recycled from waste facilities located regionally to our Charlotte, NC
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
The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate . in Concrete . E. H. Wadie, E. F. Sadek, M. M. Abdel Wahab . AbstractThis paper presents the results of an experimental studyto investigate the potential of using recycled ceramic as aggregate in concrete. The ceramic aggregate used in this study wasrecycled from industrial ceramic tile waste in Egypt.
Table 1 Physical properties of river sand and marble waste aggregate Property River sand Ceramic waste aggregate Reference 1 Specific gravity 2.7 2.3 IS 2386 Part3 2 Water absorption 1.7 0.3 IS 2386 Part3 3 Fineness modulus 2.66 3.29 IS2386 Part1 . A Study on Properties of Concrete with Ceramic Waste Replaced for Fine Aggregate
The purpose of the present study is to recover marble waste and expanded perlite aggregate EPA for use as an additive to cementitious matrix building materials. The main goal is to produce a new insulation block floor from lightweight concrete LC by mixing sand from the waste marble crushing process SWM, natural sand, and EPA. First, optimal mixture of natural sand, SWM, and EPA was
the waste marble. We collect waste marble and used it in concrete at various percentages and check the strength of concrete using various tests on concrete after 3, 7, 14amp 28 days of curing. The research consists the effects and benefits of waste marble dust used as a replaced material. To perform
Marble waste used in this study was crushed in to crusher to obtain desired gradation of coarse aggregate. The nominal maximum size of conventional aggregate and marble waste used was 20 mm. The physical and chemical properties of coarse aggregate, marble aggregate and fine aggregate are presented in Table 1 and Table 2, respectively.
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