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[PDF] AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON USE OF E-WASTE GLASS AS

It is thereby suggested that utilization of this e-waste in concrete will reduce the requirement for conventional fine aggregates thereby resulting in conservation of natural resources. Utilization of waste materials and industrial by-products is a sustai

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Research Paper USE OF PLASTIC IN A CONCRETE TO IMPROVE ITS

fibers as concrete composites for disaster prone structures. Flume, glass cullet, coir fibers, e-plastic waste in concrete to improve the properties RESEARCH SIGNIFICANCE Plastic bags which are used for carrying goods become a waste after use and create e

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Literature Review on Different Plastic Waste Materials Use in

Fine aggregate in the mix proportion of concrete was replaced with plastic bag waste sand at 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% whereas other concrete materials remain same for all four mixes. concrete increases which is favorable for concrete because plastic cannot a

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Methodology for CO2 Utilization in Concrete Production

2) Project activities must produce concrete that has the same performance (e.g., compressive strength) as traditional concrete. 3) Project activities must produce a concrete material that will be used and sold in the commercial market. 4) Project activiti

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Study of Concrete Involving Use of Waste Paper Sludge Ash as

In this study waste paper sludge ash was partially replaced as 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% in place of cement in concrete for M- 25 mix and tested for its compressive strength, tensile strength, water absorption and dry density up to 28 days of age and compared

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SITE RECLAMATION & UTILIZATION OF E-WASTE BLACK POWDER IN

Moradabad is now biggest hub of e-waste recycling in India and handling almost 50% PCBs waste of the country with involvement of almost 2 Lakh people. A field visit was undertaken at Moradabad E-waste dumping site; sampling & preliminary characterization

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Utilization of Demolished Waste as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

Reusing these concrete wastes will help in saving landfill spaces in addition to more sustainability in natural resources. The objective of this study is to investigate the possibility of using old recycled concrete as coarse aggregate to make new concret

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Utilization of Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide (E.M.D.) waste

Utilization of Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide (E.M.D.) waste in concrete exposed to salt crystallization N. Chousidisa,b,⇑, I. Ioannoub, G. Batisa a School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece

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Utilization of E-waste as a Partial Replacement of - Issuu

Jan 27, 2016 · Addition of fly ash in the mix considerably improves strength index of control mix as well as e-waste concrete. e-waste can be used as coarse aggregate in concrete upto 10% and with fly ash upto 25%.

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Utilization of E-Waste in High Strength Cement Concrete

Utilization of E-Waste in High Strength Cement Concrete (IJSRD/Vol. Specific gravity is the ratio of the density of a substance to the density (mass of the same unit volume) of a reference substance. Result given in table 4. Sieve analysis test is perform

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Study of Utilization of Pulp and Paper Industry Wastes in

strength with the conventional concrete. At the end, the advantages and disadvantages of the use of pulp and paper industry wastes in concrete formulations as an alternative to landfill disposal were discussed. The research on use of pulp and paper indust

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The Future of Fly Ash Use in Concrete - NPCA

Here’s where the importance of fly ash in concrete becomes clear: More than 75% of all concrete is made with fly ash. In some states, fly ash is specified for all concrete structures. And the concrete industry is only one of the important entities using t

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A REVIEW PAPER ON UTILISATION OF CERAMIC WASTE IN CONCRETE

PG Student, M.E Structural Engineering, Arunai Engineering College, Tiruvannamalai-606 603, India, [email protected] . Abstract: This study aims in achieving an acceptable ordinary strength concrete with ceramic waste as substitute of conventional coarse

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Use of Plastics and E-waste in Concrete - SlideShare

Nov 13, 2013 · As replacement for fine aggregate in concrete, plastic and e-waste was suggested based on experiments conducted and theoretical data from publications. Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you wi

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AN EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY STUDY ON UTILISATION OF E- WASTE

replaced by 20 % e-waste plus fly ash (10%). The optimum strength was obtained at 15% replacement of coarse aggregates by e-waste. [3] 1.3 Significance of the Present Research Past studies done on utilization of e-waste in concrete deals with e-waste by u

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Studies on Concrete containing E plastic waste

Chen[3] reported the scope for utilization of waste glass in concrete in several forms ,including fine aggregate and coarse aggregate. Reindl[2] suggested the applications of glass cullets as concrete aggregate, Road construction aggregate and building ap

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Scope of Utilization of Waste Marble Powder in Concrete as

Scope of Utilization of Waste Marble Powder in Concrete as Partial Substitution of Cement Jay N. Bhanushali1, Dharmesh K. Mistry2, Aaditya M. 5Desai3, Mohit M. Lad4, Ramesh D. Kumhar , Jaldipkumar 6J. Patel 12345Student, Dept. Of Civil Engineering6

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Vol. 4, Issue 7, July 2015 E-Waste Management by Utilization of E

E-Waste Management by Utilization of E-Plastics in Concrete Mixture as Coarse Aggregate Replacement Amiya Akram1, C. Sasidhar2, K. Mehraj Pasha3 Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Kuppam Engineering College, Kuppam, India1 2

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An Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of E-Plastic

An Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of E-Plastic Waste Concrete Sai Venu Madhav.H Post Graduate Student, Civil Engineering, Prasad Engineering College,Telangana, India-----***-----Abstract This paper seeks to optimize the benefits of using E-Pl

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(PDF) UTILIZATION OF E-WASTE IN CONCRETE BY PARTIAL

The mix design of M20 grade of concrete for normal mix (without E-waste) and with a partial replacement of coarse aggregates with E-waste material with 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% is carried out.

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Possible Use of Some Waste Materials in Road Construction

Possible Use of Some Waste Materials in Road Construction H istorically, naturally available materials like soil, stone aggregates, sand etc. had been used for construction of roads. For example, boulders, volcanic tuff and lime were used for the construc

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Use of waste plastic in concrete mixture as aggregate

The compressive strength values of all waste plastic concrete mixtures tend to decrease below the values for the reference concrete mixtures with increasing the waste plastic ratio at all curing ages.

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Ceramic Waste : Effective Replacement Of Cement For

disposals of these waste materials acquire large land areas and remain scattered all around, spoiling the aesthetic of the entire region. It is very difficult to find a use of ceramic waste produced. Ceramic waste can be used in concrete to improve its st

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Utilisation of E-waste in Concrete – An Experimental

It is found that use of E- waste aggregates results in the formation of concrete which has lesser weight than that of conventional concrete. This study ensures that reusing of E- waste as coarse aggregate substitutes in concrete gives a good approach to r

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Review of E-Waste Material used in Making of Concrete

Paper: Utilization of E-Waste printed circuit board by Partial Replacement of sand in Concrete. Authors: “ Shini Shanmughan and Ramesh Kannan ” Wastes pcbs are approximately 30% metals and 70% nonmetals The printed circuit boards (pcbs) is said to have la

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Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse Aggregate in

Use of Waste Materials As a replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete Mix 1. 5/15/2013 BHARATI VIDYAPEETH DEEMED UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PUNE 1 2. Structural engineering is a fieldof engineering dealing with ...

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(PDF) Utilization of E-waste as a Partial Replacement of

— Electronic waste or e-waste describes discarded electrical or electronic devices. Used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling or disposal are also considered as e-waste. Informal processing of electronic waste in

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Use of RECYCLED AGGREGATES In CONCRETE- A Paradigm Shift

Most of waste materials produced by demolished structures disposed off by dumping them as land fill. Dumping of wastes on land is causing shortage of dumping place in urban areas. Therefore, it is necessary to start recycling and re-use of demolition conc

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Utilization of E-waste as a Partial Replacement of Coarse

Workability of fly ash with electronic waste concrete is even more than conventional and electronic waste concrete. Compressive strength and flexural strength of electronic waste concrete decreases with increase in the percentage of e-waste. It has been o

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Durability study of concrete using foundry waste sand

Concrete containing weathered sand and concrete containing burnt black sand has resulted in lower strength at 28 days of curing i.e., 27.76N/mm 2 and 28.05 N/mm 2 respectively compared to control mix of strength 42.292N/mm 2 , this is due to higher water

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Utilization of Waste Paper Pulp by Partial Replacement of

including paper-mill residuals in a concrete mixture, such as cost savings in both waste management and concrete production, to date still lot of work has to be done on the utilization of paper pulp in concrete production. This paper summarized the behavi

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Vol. 4, Issue 7, July 2015 E-Waste Management by Utilization

biodegradable components of e-waste as a partial replacement of the coarse or fine aggregates in concrete. This study focuses on the utilization of e-waste plastic particles in concrete and tests the feasibility of utilizing shredded e-plastic particles a

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Recycling of E-plastic waste as a construction material in

Aug 26, 2014 · Recycling of E-plastic waste as a construction material in developing countries. Coarse aggregate was replaced with different percentages (10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 %) of E-plastic by volume. Tests were performed for properties of fresh and h

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Utilisation of E - Plastic Waste in Concrete

Utilisation of E - Plastic Waste in Concrete Mr. Aditya Gavhane BE Student Department Of Civil Engineering RMD Sinhgad School Of Enginnering Pune , India. Mr. Shubham Soni BE Student Department of Civil Engineering RMD Sinhgad School of Enginnering

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Effective Utilization of E-Waste in Concrete

Electronic waste or E-waste is the discarded electrical or electronic devices. Used electronic devices which cannot be reused, recycled, resale and disposal. Increased use of electronic waste in developing countries including our country may cause serious

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