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Effect Of Granulated Slag As Sand Replacement In

This paper investigates the effects of using ground granulated blast furnace slag ggbfs, lead slag ls and zinc slag zs as replacement for sand on the strength of concrete.Compressive strength, flexural strength, water absorption and density were tested at 14, 28 and 56 days.In this study, a total of 40 concrete samples, including pozzolanic portland cement ppc, ggbfs, ls and zs.

EFFECT OF GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG AS

2019-4-21  The major impact on concrete due to substitution of Granulated blast furnace slag is low slump and the reduction in slump is observed when 40% and more than 40% granulated blast furnace slag is substituted in natural sand. Super plasticizer with 1% dosage is required for concrete in which 40% to 80% Granulated blast furnace slag is substituted in Natural sand. 1.3% is the dosage required for

Application of granulated lead–zinc slag in concrete

2013-2-1  Utilization of granulated lead–zinc slag as sand replacement in concrete was investigated. Compressive strength and gamma attenuation of concrete included granulated slag was examined. The tests results were compared with those in ordinary concrete. Concretemixed have better compressive strength than ordinary concrete. Examined concrete is characterized by higher attenuation of gamma

The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand

2017-4-22  Abstract-This research exploits ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) as a replacement of sand on the physico-mechanical properties of concrete. Using these natural materials helps in the natural exchequer such as aggregate and cement. In addition to, it also helps in reducing the cost of manufacturing concrete.

Effects of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in

2015-12-28  slag cement replacement increased. Curing methods which limited carbonation produced concrete with the highest level of scaling resistance. Air-cured concrete had higher scaling resistance than concrete cured with commercial curing compounds. The scaling resistance of all grade 120 slag cement concrete was within acceptable limits.

The Use of Granulated Copper Slag as Cement

2019-3-29  aggregate or cement replacement in concrete. Several previous researchers have reported the potential use of copper slag as cement replacement in mortar and concrete. Moura . et al. [4] found that the compressive strength of concrete containing copper slag increased gradually for all water-to-binder ratios in comparison to that of reference mixture at 28 days of curing.

Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The

2018-9-24  replacement of Copper Slag with sand. It was observed that Maximum compressive strength and tensile strength of copper slag concrete increased by 8.11% and 7.58% for 40% replacement more than controlled concrete strength. Figure 4.1.1 Compression Testing machine MIX 7 days In At 7 days in % 2 28 days In N/mm At 28 days in %

Effect of copper slag and granite dust as sand

2021-1-1  In this paper the effects of hardened properties of concrete with CS and GD as partial replacement of sand for 7, 28, 56 and 112 days is shown. The results indicate that, strengths of concrete containing CS and GD increases with increase in the CS and GD content.

Study of standard grade concrete consisting of

2020-1-1  Test results demonstrate that the partial replacement of sand by slag aggregate shows enhanced results than conventional concrete. The total substitution of coarse aggregate by crystallized slag gives very positive compressive, tensile and flexural strength. The substitution of sand by slag aggregate totally exhibits reduction in strength by 38%.

Effect of granulated lead smelter slag on strength of

2015-5-15  It was found that incorporating 75% of slag as fly ash replacement and 100% of slag as fine aggregate produces concrete exhibiting compressive strength of 31 MPa. It was also found that significant improvements in the compressive strength of the hardened concrete (i.e., from 6 MPa to 65 MPa) could be obtained by super fine crushing the slag to a fineness similar to Portland cement and

Effect Of Granulated Slag As Sand Replacement In

Effect of curing time on granulated blastfurnace slag cement mortars carbonation a curing time of seven days could be established as a threshold level to set a minimum curing time for mortar with a content of ground granulated ne beliecarbonation of slag concrete effect of the cement replacement level and curing on the carbonation.

Effect of Ground Blast Furnace Slag in Replacement of

2019-10-11  In this research, with the proportion of 18% cement, 37% crushed sand, 33% dune sand, and 12% fly ash, the length change in alkali-silica reaction and strength development tests were conducted in order to evaluate the effect of ground (granulated) blast furnace slag (GBFS) in replacement of cement in 0%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%, respectively on

Effect of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GBS) Sand on

2018-9-29  Effect of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GBS) Sand on Strength and Durability of Concrete Laveshkumar U. Pawar Prof. M. M. Magdum PG Student Assistant Professor Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon, Pune, India Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon, Pune, India Abstract

The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand

2019-7-1  concrete were tested to show the effect of the substituting part of sand by granulated slag (30%, 50%) and the total substitution on compressive strength. Test results were carried out at 3, 7, 28, 60 days and 5 months of hard. The,Exploitation,of,Blast,furnace,Slag,as,Sand,Replacement,in,Concrete

Effect of nickel slag as a sand replacement in strength

2019-10-15  This research investigates the use of nickel slag as the replacement of sand in concrete. Various concrete samples were produced with the increasing nickel slag content from 0% to 50% every 10%. A water-cement-ratio of 0.35 was chosen in this study. Concrete mixes were assessed for their compressive strength and workability.

PAPER OPEN ACCESS Effect of nickel slag as a sand

2020-3-15  replacement in concrete [2 –4]. In addition, there is limited literature available regarding the use of nickel slag as a sand replacement, which is only reported by [5]. The subject of the current research is the effect of nickel slag as sand replacement in strength and workability of concrete. 2. Materials and methods . 2.1. Cement

Effect of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag as Partial

2021-3-7  Effect of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag as Partial Replacement in Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Concrete M 2F A 1Abdul Sani,1R Muhamad and K H Mo 1Razak Faculty of Technology and Informatics, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra 54100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The

2018-9-24  Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The Propertes Of Concrete 1Pawar L.alitBhausing, 2Yeole Pradip M., 3Pagar Sharad R. 1,2,3Assistant Professor. 1Civil Engineering Department, 1SNJB’s LSKBJ COE, Chandwad, Malegaon, India Abstract : This study has been undertaken to determine the effects of the copper slag on concrete by replacing

What are the Materials for Replacement of Sand in

2021-7-14  4. Granulated Blast Furnace Slag. Granulated blast furnace slag is a waste of steel industry; its use can be best exploited as part replacement of sand in concrete. It can replace sand to the amount of 70 % in concrete mixes. Its Availability is limited, restricted to steel plant area. As Granulated blast furnace slag

Literature review of a granulated blast furnace slag as

Literature review of a granulated blast furnace slag as a replacement of sand Products. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including, Literature review of a granulated blast furnace slag as a replacement of sand

Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The

2018-9-24  Effect Of Copper Slag As A Sand Replacement On The Propertes Of Concrete 1Pawar L.alitBhausing, 2Yeole Pradip M., 3Pagar Sharad R. 1,2,3Assistant Professor. 1Civil Engineering Department, 1SNJB’s LSKBJ COE, Chandwad, Malegaon, India Abstract : This study has been undertaken to determine the effects of the copper slag on concrete by replacing

Improvement of Concrete Properties using Granulated

sand has a conspicuous effect on improving the re-sistance of the material to sulfuric acid attack. Granulated blast furnace slag has been used as both the binder and sand of concrete for a long time (NSA 2009; JSCE 1997; Saito et al. 2009; ACI 1995). Granulated blast furnace slag is produced during the smelting pro-cess of pig iron.

THE EFFECT OF REPLACEMENT OF NATURALS

2021-7-4  The aggregates (sand and gravel) form the skeleton of the concrete; they occupy approximately 75% of its volume, and intervene directly on the physical and mechanical properties of concrete. The aim objective of this experimental work consists in: Substituting sand by granulated blast furnace slag.

A Study on Properties of Concrete Made with

In this study an attempt has been made to use granulated blast furnace slag from a local steel plant as a substitute to natural sand in normal concrete. The study mainly focusses on understanding the influence of different replacement ratios and suitability of slag replacement ratios higher than 50% in normal concrete.

Effect of Partial Replacement of Ground Granulated Blast

Effect of Partial Replacement of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag with Sugarcane Bagasse Ash as Source Material in the Production of Geopolymer Concrete Parthiban KATHIRVEL,Murali GUNASEKARAN, Sreenath SREEKUMARAN, Arathi KRISHNA School of Civil Engineering, SASTRA Deemed University, Thanjavur 613401, India

Effect of ground granulated blast furnace slag as

Replacement of Ordinary Portland cement (OPC) with geopolymer concrete (GPC) using fly ash is currently utilized in the construction industry to reduce the excessive carbon footprint. However, fly ash has lower strength development compared to OPC. Due to that reason, ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) is chosen to be blended with fly ash to produce GPC with improved mechanical strength.

Converting Granulated Blast Furnace Slag into Fine

2016-12-7  replacement of river sand under various conditions and varying proportions in mortar and concrete. Most of the papers [11-14] recommend the usage of granulated BF slag as replacement of river sand in the range of 50 75 %. This difference is due to the variation in the quality of BF slag sand being used from different sources. Here, it is

What are the Materials for Replacement of Sand in

2021-7-14  4. Granulated Blast Furnace Slag. Granulated blast furnace slag is a waste of steel industry; its use can be best exploited as part replacement of sand in concrete. It can replace sand to the amount of 70 % in concrete mixes. Its Availability is limited, restricted to steel plant area. As Granulated blast furnace slag

Effect of Slag as a Fine Aggregate on Mechanical

2020-11-10  Effect of Slag as a Fine Aggregate on Mechanical, Corrosion, and Nuclear Attenuation Properties of and crushed stone which are vital elements in concrete industry. Sand as a fine aggregate is mined from river beds Granulated blast furnace slag consists of at least two-thirds by mass of the sum of calcium oxide (CaO),

Utilization of Granulated Blast Fu rnace (GBF) slag for

2020-12-18  3.The Results of 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% replacement of river sand with blast furnace slag has given acceptable Cold Crushing Strength (CCS) in 7 days and 28 days of curing 4.The use of blast furnace slag (as fine aggregate) as a replacement for river sand