Aggregates are the important constituents in concrete. In India, annual outcome of Steel Slag is about 10 Million Tone . The utilization of waste materials from the industries has been continuously emphasized in the research work. The present work is to use steel Slag as partial replacement for coarse aggregate. The M35 concrete
International Journal of Engineering and Techniques - Volume 4 Issue 3, May - June 2018 RESEARCH ARTICLE OPEN ACCESS Effect of Steel Slag as Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in M35 Grade of Concrete ZAHID RASOOL BHAT1, ABHISHEK GUPTA2, GIRISH SHARMA3 1 M-tech student, Structural Engineering, Baddi university of Emerging Sciences and Technology, Baddi, Distt.
mix with steel slag as a partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag at various percentage replacements of fine aggregates. The following conclusions are made. Strength of self-curing concrete is more when compared with conventional concrete. Self-curing concrete is the answer to many problems faced due to lack of proper curing.
steel slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate. For this purpose different test on harden concrete were conducted at the age of 28 days like compressive strength on 150 x 150 x 150 mm size cube, splitting tensile strength on 150 mm X 300 mm cylinder, flexural strength on beam of …
20% and 30%) of iron slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate (sand) were cast into cubes for testing. 23.13 In this study, to make concrete, cement and fine aggregate were first mixed dry to uniform colour and then coarse aggregate was added and mixed with the mixture of cement and fine aggregates. Water was then
the industrial area. Through the present work, the use of induction furnace slag as a partial replacement for the fine aggregate in cement mortar and cement concrete is studied. R. Alizadeh et al.  studied on the utilization of electric arc furnace slag as aggregates in concrete. The physical, chemical and mechanical properties of steel slag ...
This paper aims to study experimentally, the effect of partial replacement of coarse and fine aggregates by steel slag (SS), on the various strength and durability properties of concrete, by using the mix design of M20 grade. The optimum percentage of replacement of fine and coarse aggregate by steel slag is found.
Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Steel Slag and Fine Aggregate by Copper Slag A. Jayanthi1, Dr.S.M.V.Narayana2, T. Naresh Kumar3 1 P.G. Scholar, Civil Engineering Department, Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences-Rajampet 2Principal, Annamacharya Institute of Technology and Sciences-Rajampet
strength for partial replacement of Fine aggregate by Steel slag. The results shows 30% replacement is desirable percent-age replacement of fine aggregate by stel slag. Compressive e strength goes on increasing upto 30% of replacement and more than 30% it goes on decreasing. 2 O. BJECTIVES :
Experimental Study On Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate By Steel Slag And Coarse Aggregate By Pebble Stone In Concrete Thilagavathy.C1, Thenmozhi.S2 Ph.D. 1M.E-Structural Engineering Student, Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chennai. 2Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chennai..
Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate by using Steel slag in concrete V.Gunasekaran1, M.Viswanathan2 1Lecturer senior Grade, Department of Civil Engineering, Nachimuthu Polytechnic College, Pollachi 2Lecturer, Department of Civil Engineering, Nachimuthu Polytechnic College, Pollachi Abstract-Concrete is a widely used material in the world.
concrete by using steel slag and waste limestone aggregate as partial replacement to fine aggregates and coarse aggregates. The compressive strength test is studied for 7 and 28 days of curing period and the split tensile and flexural strength is studied for 28 days of curing period.
Utilisation of silica fume & steel slag in concrete as a partial replacement of cement & coarse aggregate M Vindhya and Dr. T Suresh Babu Abstract In This paper an evaluation of steel slag aggregate in concrete with and without adding silica fume in comparison with the conventional natural aggregate concrete. Hardened concrete consist of more than
Steel slag was found to be the best replacement for natural aggregates of concrete. Steel slag which is produced as a waste material in the steel industry and has a negative impact on environment when disposed. In the course of future project work by the replacement of steel slag for the coarse aggregate in concrete of 25%, 50%, 75% & with ...
that optimum percentage of Fly ash and Steel Slag are to be determined. The experimental work is divided in to 5 trials. Each trials has constant fly ash replacement for cement and varying Steel Slag replacement for fine aggregate in the range 0%, 10%, 20%, 25% & 30%. Different combination of f Fly ash and steel slag are tabulated below.
The present work is to use steel Slag as partial replacement for fine aggregate. The M35 concrete with steel slag partial replacement for fine aggregate are examined in the present study. According to material properties compressive strength, flexural strength and split tensile strength were found experimentally. The results were compared with
The experimental program was designed to study the mechanical properties of concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag for M 20 grade of concrete. The compressive, tensile and flexural strength of the specimens after replacing the fine aggregates by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% with steel slag is studied after 28 days of ...
Strength Analysis of Concrete by Using Iron Slag as a Partial Replacement of Normal Aggregate (Coarse) in Concrete Khalid Raza1, Apoorv Singh2, R. D. Patel3 1,2P.G. Scholar, Department of Civil Engineering, M.M.M.U.T. Gorakhpur, India Abstract: Iron slag is an industrial waste by-product of steel industry. The demand for aggregate in ...
Steel Slag as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete K.Thangaselvi concrete. Steel slag is an industrial by-product obtained from. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON REPLACEMENT . WATER AND PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF STEEL SLAG BY COARSE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE concrete with steel slag aggregates to attack by sulphates, acid,
fine aggregate available from natural river and streams which are used for construction. Steel Slag which was the waste material available from industries producing steel products or working on steel in steel manufacturing industries. This research aimed to study the effect of Steel Slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate with
Behavior of Reinforced Concrete with Partial Replacement of Cement with GGBS. Mix design has been arrived for M25 concrete with replaced by the different ratios of 50%, 60%, 70% & 80% of GGBS slag. Fineness modulus, specific gravity, sieve analysis and bulk density of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate are also
60%, 70% of partial replacement of steel slag by coarse aggregate in concrete the water cement ratio of using for magnetic water .The concrete specimens prepared. The prepared concrete mixture is casted in cubes,cylinder and beams by using hand held vibrator. 24 hours mould will be removed then
This paper aims to study experimentally, the effect of partial replacement of fine aggregate by Steel Slag (SS), on the various strength and durability properties of concrete by using the mix designs .the optimum percentage of replacement of fine aggregate by steel slag is found.
This paper aims to study experimentally, the effect of partial replacement of coarse aggregate by steel slag (SS), on the various strength and durability properties of concrete, by using the mix design of M40 grade. In this study, steel slag was used
Bangladesh as a replacement of brick coarse aggregate. Therefore, this study has been planned to find out the suitability of utilization of the slag aggregates in concrete. Partial replacement of brick aggregate was not conducted in this study. Also, studies on utilization of processed slag as fine aggregate in concrete and
Enhancement of Concrete properties by Steel slag as a Partial Replacement Material for Coarse Aggregates 1P.S.Kothai and 2R. Malathy 1Research Scholar and Associate Professor, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai 2Dean (R&D), Sona College of Technology, Salem A R T I C L E I N F O A B S T R A C T Article history: Received 4 October 2013
Steel slag as partial coarse aggregate replacement and Eco-sand as partial fine aggregate replacement entails economical, technical and energy saving benefits. To ascertain its technical feasibility to incorporate in concrete production, a study on its strength is needed. 1.4.2. Objective The objective of the present study is
Aug 11, 2018· partial replacement of coarse aggregate with steel slag and fine aggregate by m-sand in concrete August 11, 2018 ABSTRACT: In this paper, researchers studied and developed waste management strategies to apply for advantages for specific needs.