ii Abstract As interest in sustainable materials such as recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) rises, effort, it is important to understand the properties of RAC that relates to its use in construction. To respond to this need, various tests were performed to investigate the properties of RAC.
Recycled aggregate is defined as aggregate resulting from the processing of inorganic or mineral material previously used in construction (BS EN 12620, 2013; MPA, 2013). When consisting mainly of crushed concrete, it may be classified as recycled concrete aggregate (RCA).
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ABSTRACT Use of recycled aggregate (RA) in concrete can be useful for environmental protection and economical terms. Recycled aggregates are the materials for the future. It is well known fact that it is giving little lower strength than natural aggregate concrete.
ABSTRACT. This work studies the physical and mechanical properties of recycled concrete aggregate (recycled aggregate from concrete waste) and their influence in structural recycled concrete compressive strength.
Abstract Abstract Concrete waste is crushed in the present recycling operation to produce crushed concrete (CC), which is mostly used as a road base filler material. The coarse portion of CC, referred to as recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) can be used in structural concrete replacing coarse natural aggregate (NA).
ABSTRACT: The recycled aggregate is obtained from construction waste or waste concrete, which is then made into recycled concrete. In this paper, according to the characteristics of local raw materials, the source and processing technology of recycled aggregates is analyzed,
Abstract. Though recycled aggregate is useful resources for concrete, its application to structural frame is not frequent, because of low quality of recycled aggregate. Owing to the development of manufacturing technology to recycled aggregate, it is possible to produce high quality recycled aggregate.
Abstract - Recycled aggregate are comprised of crushed, graded inorganic particles processed from the materials that have been used in the construction and demolition debris. One of the major challenges of our present society is the protection of environment. The use of aggregates from construction and
Abstract. Used of recycled aggregate (RA) in concrete can be described in environmental protection and economical terms. The application of recycled aggregate to use in construction activities have been practice by developed European countries and also of some Asian countries.
behavior of recycled aggregate in concrete structures. experimenting fresh and hardened concrete, mixtures containing recycled aggregates. The percent of fine recycled aggregate in the all recycled aggregate was about 5.0% so it was excluded from the study. 0 %,30 % and 60 % of coarse recycled aggregate was used in the experimental tests .
2015-07-20 · Abstract: The research focuses on the use of recycled aggregate (RA), from waste pieces generated during production in precast plants for self-compacting concrete (SCC) manufactured with a double sustainable goal: recycle manufacturing waste (consumption) and improvement of the thermal properties of the manufactured product (energy efficiency).
ISSN: 2320 – 8791 (Impact Factor: 1.479) www.ijreat.org www.ijreat.org Published by: PIONEER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT GROUP (www.prdg.org) Abstract Concrete behaviour is affected by the packing degree of the concrete components, making it necessary
recycled aggregate is less than the respective resistan-ce of natural aggregate, which is a consequence of easier separation and crushing of the mortar layer around the recycled aggregate grains. In addition, recycled aggregate, in most cases, meets standard requirements in terms of the resistance to crushing
Jul 22, 2013 · Abstract This paper reviews the long‐term properties of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC), including long‐term strength, shrinkage, creep, carbonation resistance, antifreeze resistance, impermeabil...
Abstract In this study, the physical, mechanical, and thermal properties of pressed geopolymer concrete (PRGC) mixed with recycled concrete aggregate (RC) and recycled concrete block aggregate (RB)...
ABSTRACT An experimental investigation was conducted to study the mechanical as well as micro structural properties of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) exposed to elevated temperature. Fly ash (as replacement of cement) was added while making concrete. Recycled aggregates are mixed with natural aggregates also to prepare concrete.
AbstractThe use of recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) in concrete as partial and full replacements of natural coarse aggregate is growing interest in the construction industry, as it reduces the demand for virgin aggregate.
World is growing and urbanising at a very fast rate and so is India. This effect of rapid urbanization is also seen in construction industry. However, with urbanisation comes the moral responsibility of sustaining the environment. Concrete is the favourite choice as a construction material among civil engineers around the globe for decades. It is … Recycled Aggregate Concrete: Applications ...
the recycled aggregate concrete is almost 85% and 80% of natural aggregate concrete. Amn on.et.al (2002), concrete having a 28 -day compressive strength of 28 MPa was crushed at ages 1, 3 and 28 days to serve as a source of aggregate for new concrete,
25-06-2019 · The unit weight of the concrete ranged from 2365 to 2175 kg/m 3, depending on aggregate content (Figure 6).Increasing the recycled aggregate content reduces the unit weight and density of the concrete, resulting in lighter concrete (Figure 6).The unit weights of the 15%, 20%, and 25% mixes were reduced by 8%, 11%, and 11.5%, respectively, compared to plain concrete.
Promoting recycled aggregates from construction and demolition (C&D) waste for producing concrete will reduce the demand on conventional aggregates and it is an alternative to effectively manage C&D waste.
2017-08-09 · AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF Matthew P. Adams for the degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering presented on January 9, 2012 Title: Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete Containing Recycled Concrete Aggregates Abstract approved: _____ Jason H. Ideker Using recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) as a replacement for natural aggregate in new
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Abstract. Currently, recycled aggregate concrete is a widely used building material. Due to negative influences on concrete’s mechanical properties, it is mostly used in low-valued applications. Nevertheless, high quality recycled concrete aggregates derived from a good
This study evaluated the use of recycled concrete as coarse aggregate in new concrete pavements. Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) produced from demolished pavements in three geographically-dispersed locations in Washington state were used to perform testson aggregate characte ristics, fresh concrete propertiesand hardened concrete properties.
Abstract This research was conducted with the use of recycled aggregate as modification In terms of the use of recycled aggregate, the percentage of recycled aggregate should be determined because the strength of concrete would not be obtained by the high percentage of recycled aggregateThe scope of study is about comparison between recycle .
Characterisation of recycled aggregates and mortar studies using recycled fine aggregate. Vishal Shrivastava. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati 781039. Prof. Ravindra Gettu. Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai 600025. Abstract
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — Due to a critical shortage of natural aggregate, the availability of demolished concrete for use as recycled coarse aggregate (RCA) is increasing.
The need to consider sustainability in design dictates that materials should be recycled and reused whenever possible. The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is quite progressive in allowing the use of recycled aggregates in new construction. While the use of recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) in the base course of