Behaviour of Self Compacting Concrete by Partial ...

concrete with fine aggregate replacements was comparable to that of conventional concrete except for 60% replacement. The inclusion of waste foundry sand and bottom ash as fine aggregate does not affect the strength properties negatively as the strength remains within limits except for 60% replacement.

Use of Unprocessed Coal Bottom Ash as Partial Fine ...

Figure 2 below shows that the particle size distribution of basaltic fine aggregates and bottom ash were almost similar. The fineness modulus of bottom ash was 3.72 compared to 3.55 for fine aggregate, which showed bottom ash to be a coarser material than normal crushed fine aggregate.

A EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BOTH CEMENT AND FINE …

Physical Properties of Fine Aggregate Pond Ash: Pond ash is a non-plastic and lightweight material having a specific gravity relatively lower than that of a similar graded conventional earth material. It is a mixture of fly ash and bottom ash that is sluiced to large storage ponds. Fly ash is a fi

Uses of Bottom ash in the Replacement of fine aggregate ...

Aggregates (Coarse Aggregate) Sand (Fine Aggregate) Bottom ash 5. Experimental Program Properties of Material The materials used in this experiment were Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC), bottom ash as fine aggregate and Potable water was used for mixing and curing. Cement: Ordinary Portland cement 43 grade in one lot

Limestone Fine Aggregate in Portland Cement Concrete

The fine aggregates consisted of five groups. One was produced from locally available coarse aggregate, Oregon and Tyrone formations, by crushing in a hammer mill and is referred to as limestone (hammer mill). A second was produced by abrading the hammer-mill product, mentioned above, in a Los Angeles abrasion ...

Coal Fly Ash - Material Description - User Guidelines for ...

Flowable fill is a slurry mixture consisting of sand or other fine aggregate material and a cementitious binder that is normally used as substitute for a compacted earth backfill. Fly ash has been used in flowable fill applications as a fine aggregate and (because of its pozzolanic properties) as a supplement to or replacement for the cement.

Strength and Durability of Concrete Using Bottom Ash as ...

In order to effectively use the bottom ash discharged from coal-fired thermal power stations, concrete which substitutes bottom ash from 0 to 40 percent in volume for fine aggregate was investigated in this study. The compressive strength, tensile strength, freezing and thawing resistance, and abrasion resistance of the concrete were examined.

Comparative study on synthesis and properties of ...

In this aspect, few recent studies have shown the potential of using geopolymerization reactions to produce fine aggregates using class F fly ash (FFA) to replace natural sand. In this study, an attempt has been made to utilise waste coal ash (class C and class F fly ash) to produce artificial fine aggregate by using geopolymerization reactions.

Concrete using agro-waste as fine aggregate for ...

Addition of bagasse ash as fine aggregate in mortar increased the resistance of chloride penetration. Carbonation depth was increased by increasing the substitution of agro-waste in concrete and mortar, but it can be decreased by reducing the water cement ratio. 8.

Sustainable use of ferronickel slag fine aggregate and fly ...

Sep 20, 2017· Ferronickel slag (FNS) is a by-product of nickel production that is used as an alternative fine aggregate. This study evaluates the workability, compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength, modulus of elasticity and chemical leaching characteristics of concrete containing FNS from garnierite ore and fly ash.

USE OF BOTTOM ASH AS FINE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE: …

clay content. Utilization of bottom ash as fine aggregate should be studied to alleviate the environmental problem. Bottom ash is collected at the end of the grate in a Waste-to-Energy plant consists of non-combustible materials, and is the residual part from the incineration of and similar waste. There can be various

A study on characterization and use of Pond Ash as fine ...

replacement of fine aggregate since it has lesser specific gravity than fine aggregate. 3. The 7 days, 28 days and 56 days strength sh ows that the strength increases from standard concrete up to the addition of 20% replacement of fine aggregate with pond ash. 4. The 7 days, 28 days and 56 days strength get reduced on further additions of pond

Aggregates for Concrete - Department of Civil Engineering

crushed aggregate requires slightly higher values. Fine aggregate content is usually 35% to 45% by mass or volume of the total aggregate content. CHARACTERISTICS OF AGGREGATES. The important characteristics of aggregates for concrete are listed in Table 5-2 and most are discussed in the following section: Grading

Artificial Aggregate Production from Fly Ash

Synopsis: The paper makes out a case for use of Fly Ash based lightweight aggregate, as a substitute for normal crushed stone aggregate, in making of concrete for structural and other applications. The plea is primarily based on the logic of arresting degradation of nature, improvement of environment by making productive use of mounting stocks of fly ash – a nuisance by-product of thermal ...

Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate With Fly Ash And It ...

Ash in Indian Concrete Journal. The fine aggregate fraction so produced conformed to the grading requirements of both fine aggregate and all in aggregate. The workability of concrete improved as the replacement level increased, though the packing 7 density of the dry all-in aggregate reduced.

Fly Ash and Recycled Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: New …

furnace, two types of ash are produced. The fine ash, which is recovered from the flue gas, is fly ash (FA). This material accounts for up to 90% of the total ash produced. The remainder consists of similar particles that have fused together into an aggregate - size …

US2564690A - Hydrated lime-fly ash-fine aggregate cement ...

A hydrated lime-fly ash-fine aggregate cement having high early compressive strength when mixed with water in suitable amount and allowed to set, consisting essentially of hydrated lime, fly ash and an aggregate of substantially chemically inert inorganic material having a fineness modulus of at least substantially 1.7, substantially all of ...

Section 902 AGGREGATES - mdotcf.state.mi.us

Fine Aggregate Requirements. a. Fine aggregate includes all aggregates particles passing the No. 4 sieve. b. The fine aggregate must meet the requirements of subsection 902.08. 902.04. Chip Seal Aggregates. For chip seal, use 34CS aggregate with a maximum moisture content of 4 percent, calculated in accordance with

Fly ash as a Fine Aggregate Replacement in Concrete ...

effect of fly ash as fine aggregate replacement in concrete and reported an improvement in strength characteristics along with a reduction in workability (Siddique R, 2003, Maslehuddin et al, 1989, Mangaraj et.al,1994,,Dhir et al 2000).An improvement in tensile strength of concrete with fly ash as fine aggregate …

Effect of elevated temperatures on concrete incorporating ...

Jul 31, 2018· The effect of high‐temperature exposure ranging from 200°C to 800°C on concrete specimens incorporating ferronickel slag fine aggregate and fly ash was studied by determination of mass loss, residual strength, and ultrasonic pulse velocity. The following conclusions are drawn from the experimental results:

Sludge Ash as Fine Aggregate for Concrete Mix | Journal of ...

Incineration of sludge is a common practice to reduce its volume, through a burning process that converts it into ash. Still, a considerable amount of ash is produced, which creates serious disposal problems. Attempts have been made to study the feasibility of using sludge ash as a substitute for a portion of fine aggregates in concrete.

Performance Evaluation of Concrete Using Bottom Ash as ...

Aggregates: Aggregates provide strength and durability to the concrete. Bottom ash and M sand is used as the fine aggregate. The specific gravity of Bottom ash is 1.7 and M sand is 2.56.Coarse aggregates of 20mm size were used and the specific gravity was 2.74. Lignite bottom ash was collected from NEYVELI LIGNITE CORPORAION LIMITED (NLC)

Durability Performance of Concrete Replaced with Pond ash ...

with the strength and durability performance of concrete replaced with pond ash as fine aggregate and also the effect of integral type inhibitor namely triethanolamine is carried out. The percentage of pond ash added by weight of fine aggregate was 0,10, 20, 30, 40, …

Aggregates - Iowa Department of Transportation

Research Reports Library; Aggregate Reports . Reports Library - Aggregates. Title ... Fly Ash Effects on Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity, 1985 . Abstract Report. 1985: ... Characteristics of Iowa Fine Aggregate. Abstract. Report. 1996: MLR-9206: Coarse Aggregate Gradations for PC Concrete, 1995.

Study of Durability of Concrete with Fly Ash as Fine ...

To study the durability of concrete with fly ash as fine aggregate subjected to alternative attacks of freeze-thaw and carbonation, the appearance, mass loss, relative dynamic modulus of elasticity, relative compressive strength, and carbonation depth of the concrete are investigated using cyclic tests under single carbonation, single freeze-thaw, and alternation of freeze-thaw and carbonation.