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The strength and durability of fly ash and quarry dust

Jan 01, 2020 The experimental test result of 30% of fly ash with 30% of quarry dust shows that the higher split tensile strength is 1.75 MPa at 28 days with the w/b ratio of 0.4. Further, the addition content of fly ash in Portland cement there is a decreasing trend was noted in the case of F15-F16 mixes.

Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine

Mar 27, 2014 Further when fly ash is partially replaced with cement from 0 to 30% in mortar with 20% quarry dust (QF series), there is an overall increase in strength at 3 days, 7 days, and 28 days of age. The drop in compressive strength due to conversion reaction decreases with increase in fly ash content for a given water to powder ratio.

Properties of bricks made using fly ash, quarry dust and

Apr 01, 2013 The quarry dust and cement were firstly placed in a mixer and dry mixed for 2 min. Billet scale and fly ash were then added and mixed for another 2 min.The mixer was kept covered with burlap during mixing to avoid the volatility of materials.

(PDF) Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust

Effect of Fly Ash on Mortar Mixes with Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate.pdf. Content uploaded by Baboo Rai. Author content. All content in this area was uploaded by Baboo Rai on Jan 27, 2016 .

The strength and durability of fly ash and quarry dust

An experimental investigation has been done to effect of fly ash by partially replacing in cement from 0 to 50% and replacing river sand by quarry dust (0-50%) for various mixes.

EFFECT OF FLY ASH AND QUARRY DUST AS A PARTIAL

the fly ash, quarry rock dust can be used form 20% replacement of cement and fine aggregate in concrete. it was concentrated to avoid environmental degradation due to industrial wastes form cement factories. the results were encouraging in that they revealed that concrete of

Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust and Fly Ash with

1) With the addition of 15% of fly ash and 15% of quarry dust the compressive strength increases to 22% then control mix M40 grade at 28 days. When 30% of fly ash and quarry dust is used, the compressive strength reduces to 20%. Thus for 15% addition of fly ash and quarry dust gives the optimum results.

Investigation of usability of quarry dust waste in fly ash

Aug 30, 2019 Quarry dust and fly ash worked harmoniously in the production of the geopolymer adhesive mortar. Although silica sand replacement did not cause significant differences on the physical and mechanical properties, it resulted in some improvement in the properties of the mortars.

Strength Studies On Geo-Polymer Concrete by using Fly Ash

Strength Studies On Geo-Polymer Concrete by using Fly Ash And Quarry Dust International Journal of Advanced Technology and Innovative Research Volume. 11, IssueNo.03, March-2019, Pages: 218-226 content less than 2%; whereas, Class F are generally low-calcium fly ashes with carbon contents less than 5% but sometimes as high as 10%.

Study on Strength of Innovative Mortar Synthesis with

quarry dust and fly ash in order to moderate the cost of mortar. The main objective of this work is to study the compressive strength of mortar cubes by various combinations of cement and fine aggregate replaced by Epoxy resin, fly ash, and quarry dust at the age of 7 days. The results of mortarmade with cement replaced with 20%,

Dolomite-based quarry-dust as a substitute for fly-ash

Oct 20, 2019 The effects of the addition of dolomite-based quarry-dust (QD) waste material as a filler in CEM-I and FA-based geopolymeric mixtures were studied. This study shows that unused QD may be integrated at high replacement rates (up to 40% by weight) in both CEM-I and FA-based systems, showing good and, in some cases, even significant improvement in

Properties of Green Concrete Mix by Concurrent use of Fly

gives additional benefit to concrete. Quarry dust is known to increase the strength of concrete over concrete made with equal quantities of river sand, but it causes a reduction in the workability of concrete. When examining the above qualities of fly ash and quarry dust it becomes apparent that if both are used together, the

(PDF) Investigation on durability properties of concrete

In Fig 4.2 the percentage loss in compressive strength with various percentages of Quarry Dust and Fly Ash was shown. Quarry Dust replacements at 10%, 20% and 30% with 10%, 20% & 30% Fly Ash were

Mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete

Jan 01, 2012 Highlights Silica fume (SF) and fly ash (FA) are normally used in Self compacting concrete (SCC). Since these materials are costly, SCC was developed utilizing a cheap waste material, namely quarry dust powder (QDP). Mechanical properties of SCC with QDP were better than those of SCC with SF or FA. The use of QDP in SCC resulted in cost saving and the

(PDF) Geotechnical Properties of Quarry Dust

The effect of molding water content on CBR of fly ash-quarry dust stabilized expansive soil and the economy of fly ash-quarry dust stabilization have also been discussed. View.

Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil using Waste Material

Jun 29, 2019 The solid waste materials such as Fly Ash, quarry dust can also be used as soil stabilizing materials. Rice husk ash is also used but it cannot be used alone for stabilization of black cotton soil because of it has lack of cementitious pproperties. So, it is used with a binder like Lime, cement, lime sludge, Calcium chloride etc.

Compressed Stabilized Earth Block using Fly Ash and Quarry

prepared using 70% laterite soil and 30% of cement has been. compared with specimens in which cement is replaced with fly. ash and quarry dust in ranges of 10% and 2

Experimental Investigation on Performance of Fly ash and

Fly ash and Quarry Dust in a Concrete Indumathy V Department of Civil Engineering, Anna University, Chennai. Abstract- This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation carried out to evaluate the compressive strength and transverse strength of 1:3 mortar mixes in which natural sand was replaced with

Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as

Apr 09, 2015 3) Quarry dust gives better workability and strength when it is mixed with the ingredients like fly ash, in concrete. VIII. CONCLUSION One of the ways to improving sustainability is to reduce the

Vol. 4, Issue 9, September 2015 Effect of Fly Ash and

increasing the percentage of replacement can be made useful by adding the fly ash along with the quarry dust so that 100% replacement of sand can be achieved. Felixkala and Partheeban [4] examined the possibility of using granite powder as replacement of sand along with partial replacement of cement with fly ash, silica fume and blast furnace slag.

Effect of Quarry Dust on Class C Fly Ash Concrete

Index terms concrete, quarry dust, class C fly ash, compressive strength. _____ I. INTRODUCTION The fly ash is the mostly used cementitious material in concrete. The fly ash production in India is approximately 80 million tons per year but the amount of utilizationof fly ash is 10 % only. The construction companies starting to using the fly

Experimental Study on Use of Quarry Dust and Fly Ash with

1) With the addition of 15% of fly ash and 15% of quarry dust the compressive strength increases to 22% then control mix M40 grade at 28 days. When 30% of fly ash and quarry dust is used, the compressive strength reduces to 20%. Thus for 15% addition of fly ash and quarry dust gives the optimum results.

Experimental Study on Concrete Mixes by Concurrent use of

Jul 30, 2018 Keywords Fly Ash, Quarry Dust, sulfate resistance, alkali- silica reaction, the concurrent use of quarry dust and fly ash. INTRODUCTION. Concrete is the most popular building material in the world. However, the production of cement has diminished the limestone reserves in the world and requires a great consumption of energy. River sand has been

Dolomite-based quarry-dust as a substitute for fly-ash

Oct 20, 2019 The effects of the addition of dolomite-based quarry-dust (QD) waste material as a filler in CEM-I and FA-based geopolymeric mixtures were studied. This study shows that unused QD may be integrated at high replacement rates (up to 40% by weight) in both CEM-I and FA-based systems, showing good and, in some cases, even significant improvement in

Study on Strength of Innovative Mortar Synthesis with

quarry dust and fly ash in order to moderate the cost of mortar. The main objective of this work is to study the compressive strength of mortar cubes by various combinations of cement and fine aggregate replaced by Epoxy resin, fly ash, and quarry dust at the age of 7 days. The results of mortarmade with cement replaced with 20%,

Mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete

Jan 01, 2012 Highlights Silica fume (SF) and fly ash (FA) are normally used in Self compacting concrete (SCC). Since these materials are costly, SCC was developed utilizing a cheap waste material, namely quarry dust powder (QDP). Mechanical properties of SCC with QDP were better than those of SCC with SF or FA. The use of QDP in SCC resulted in cost saving and the

Stabilization of soil by using solid waste A Review

paper, admixtures such as quarry dust, fly ash and lime were compared. The tests such as liquid limit, plastic limit, modified proctor compaction, sieve analysis, differential free swell and CBR were conducted. He concluded that the addition of quarry dust, lime and fly ash had not prevented the swelling nature.

Stabilization of Black Cotton Soil using Waste Material

Jun 29, 2019 The solid waste materials such as Fly Ash, quarry dust can also be used as soil stabilizing materials. Rice husk ash is also used but it cannot be used alone for stabilization of black cotton soil because of it has lack of cementitious pproperties. So, it is used with a binder like Lime, cement, lime sludge, Calcium chloride etc.

Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as

Apr 09, 2015 3) Quarry dust gives better workability and strength when it is mixed with the ingredients like fly ash, in concrete. VIII. CONCLUSION One of the ways to improving sustainability is to reduce the

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL

In such a situation the Fly ash and Quarry rock dust can be an economic alternative to the river sand. Quarry Rock Dust can be defined as residue, tailing or other non-voluble waste material after the extraction and processing of rocks to form fine particles less than 4.75mm. Usually, Quarry Rock Dust is used in large scale in the highways as a

Evaluation Of Mechanical And Durability Properties Of

dust and Dolomite along with Fly ash. The available published literature on Dolomite, Quarry dust and Fly ash is reviewed. Kamal M.M, et al (2012) (1)evaluated the bond strength of self compacting concrete mixes containing dolomite powder. Either silica flume or fly ash was used along with dolomite powder to increase the bond strength considerably.

Experimental Investigation on Performance of Fly ash and

Jul 30, 2018 Table 3: Chemical properties of fly ash. Quarry Dust. The quarry dust used in this study was used as a partial replacement for fine aggregate and was obtained locally. The sample of quarry dust, shown in Figure 2, was analyzed in terms of physical properties and is presented in Table 4. The sieve analysis results are presented in Table 5.

Strength Parameters of SCC Using Fly-Ash and Quarry-Dust

of Fly-ash & Quarry-Dust has been tabulated in table 6.1. From Table 3.1.1 and Fig 3.1.1, 3.1.2, following observations are made with respect to the slump values of SCC with different replacement of FLY-ASH and QUARRY-DUST. Table 3.1.1 Slump Values Concrete Designatio n % Replace Desig natio n Water binder ratioASH Slump value in mm FLY CEM