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Use of recycled coarse and fine aggregates in structural

2021-5-24  The role of 0–2 mm fine recycled concrete aggregate on the compressive and splitting tensile strengths of recycled concrete aggregate concrete. Mater. Des., 64 (2014), pp. 345-354. Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. J.M. Khatib. Properties of concrete incorporating fine recycled aggregate.

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Use of recycled fine aggregate in concretes with durable

2011-11-1  For recycled concretes, recycled fine aggregate (RFA) obtained from crushed waste concretes of different qualities, and made with granitic stone, were used by replacing different contents (0%, 20%, and 30% by volume) of natural sand. In all concretes, a water-reducing admixture was used. The physical properties determined on coarse and fine aggregates, such as fineness modulus,

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Use of fine aggregate matrix to analyze the rheological

2020-6-26  The FAM mortar was produced using the fine fraction of RA aggregate, passing to the 2 mm sieve (Fig. 1). In this study RA aggregate is considered a “black rock”, meaning that the aged asphalt is considered a part of the RA particles. The filler was a limestone powder with a particle density of 2650 kg/m 3. The Portland cement was a GU type

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(PDF) Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: A review

Recycled CDW fine aggregate was obtained from the industry and used as natural sand replacement in mortar considering similar particle size distribution. Materials were characterized, strength and

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Comparative Investigation of the Effect of Recycled Fine

The recycled aggregates that passed through 4.75 mm sieve size were considered as fine aggregate, and fine particles that passed through sieve size No.100 (150 µm) were avoided; Washing and floatation: the crushed recycled fine aggregate had the fine particle from mortar and some lightweight floating materials. Washing the recycled fine aggregate reduced the silt content and increased the quality of the materials. The physical properties of recycled fine aggregate, silt

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(PDF) Concrete with Recycled Glass as Fine Aggregates

This is an excellent recycled aggregate that may be used as a substitute for alumina cement, and for fine natural aggregate in the production of concrete based on hydraulic binder.

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Use of recycled fine clay brick aggregate as internal

2020-12-20  Properties of the recycled fine aggregate. Pore size distribution of the RFCBA and NFA are shown in Fig. 4. Clearly, the RFCBA has much higher percolated pore volume (29.77%, as shown in Table 4) compared with the NFA. The critical pore diameter of RFCBA is defined as the highest peak . It represents the diameter of the pore that completes the

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Recycled Aggregates Portland Cement Association

Special care is necessary when using fine RCA. Only up to 10 to 20 percent fine RCA is beneficial. The aggregate should be tested at several substitution rates to determine the optimal rate. Often recycled aggregate is combined with virgin aggregate when used in new concrete.

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Influence of brick dust, stone dust, and recycled fine

2020-8-12  In the present investigation, two groups of mixes were considered: Group A consists of 100% natural coarse aggregate (NCA) and group B consists of 50% NCA and 50% recycled coarse aggregate. In each group, the natural fine aggregate was partially

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Classification of Recycled Sands and their Applications as

recycling the construction and demolition materials become very essential. Now reuse of the recycled concrete aggregate more than 4 mm in producing new concrete is allowed but with natural sand a fine aggregate while. While the sand portion that represent about 30% to 60% of the crushed demolition materials is disposed off.

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Effect of Metakaoline and Recycled Fine Aggregate on

2021-5-25  Recycled fine aggregate (crushed concrete aggregate) obtained from concrete of the demolition wastes, available locally, was used as for replacement of natural fine aggregate in concrete using the optimum dose of metakaoline in concrete mix. Natural fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% of

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(PDF) Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: A review

Recycled CDW fine aggregate was obtained from the industry and used as natural sand replacement in mortar considering similar particle size distribution. Materials were characterized, strength and

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Use of fine aggregate matrix to analyze the rheological

2020-6-26  The FAM mortar was produced using the fine fraction of RA aggregate, passing to the 2 mm sieve (Fig. 1). In this study RA aggregate is considered a “black rock”, meaning that the aged asphalt is considered a part of the RA particles. The filler was a limestone powder with a particle density of 2650 kg/m 3. The Portland cement was a GU type

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Recycled Aggregates Portland Cement Association

Only up to 10 to 20 percent fine RCA is beneficial. The aggregate should be tested at several substitution rates to determine the optimal rate. Often recycled aggregate is combined with virgin aggregate when used in new concrete. An example of a mix design using recycled aggregates

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Effects of coarse and fine aggregates on long-term

2019-4-23  Typical effects of coarse and fine aggregates on the long-term properties of sea sand recycled aggregate concrete (SSRAC) are analyzed by a series of axial compression tests. Two different types of fine (coarse) aggregates are considered: sea sand and river sand (natural and recycled

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Recycled Aggregates Boral

2021-8-21  Recycled aggregates are produced from recycled materials which include recycled concrete, brick and masonry. Can be a single sized material typically 20 mm, 14 mm, 10 mm or 7 mm. Fine Aggregate is aggregate less than 5 mm. Coarse Aggregate is normally greater than 5 mm. Can be a single sized material or a graded aggregate consisting of a blend

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Study On Recycled Waste Glass Fine Aggregate Concrete

2018-10-8  The properties of recycled waste glass fine aggregate are given in Table 2.2. The Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) images of recycled waste glass fine aggregates are shown in Fig.2.2, Fig.2.3 and Fig.2.4. An X –Ray Fluorescence (XRF) is used to determine the chemical composition of the recycled waste glass. The

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INVESTIGATION ON RECYCLED GLASS AS A

recycled glass as a replacement for the fine aggregate in varying percentage (0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100%) which would be efficient in conserving the waste management if adopted in the construction sector throughout the country and world.

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Properties of cementitious rendering mortar prepared with

2010-12-21  The results of an experimental study on investigating the properties of cementitious rendering mortars prepared with a recycled fine aggregate (RA) were presented. The RA was obtained from a recycling plant in which mixed demolition wastes were processed by mechanical crushing, sieving and sorting operations. Two series of rendering mortar mixes were prepared with a constant

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Mechanical Behavior of Masonry Mortars Made with

Recycling is an important habit to avoid waste. This paper evaluates the performance of masonry mortar, elaborated by replacing natural sand with recycled fine aggregate (RFA) obtained from mortar. Five families of mixtures were prepared with different replacement proportions: 20%, 40%, 60%, and 100%. A 1:4 volumetric cement-to-aggregate

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Comparative Investigation of the Effect of Recycled Fine

The demolished recycled fine aggregate (DRFA) had slightly lower physical properties than the construction recycled fine aggregate (CRFA). The properties of fresh and hardened concrete were decreased as percentage replacement of DRFA and CRFA increased. The optimum percentage replacement of river sand by recycled fine aggregate was between 50%

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Effect of Metakaoline and Recycled Fine Aggregate on

Recycled fine aggregate (crushed concrete aggregate) obtained from concrete of the demolition wastes, available locally, was used as for replacement of natural fine aggregate in concrete using the optimum dose of metakaoline in concrete mix. Natural fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% of recycled fine aggregate.

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Utilization of Completely Recycled Fine Aggregate for

2021-7-19  To reduce the cost of lightweight concrete (LWC) partition panels and to address recycling concrete waste, this work utilized completely recycled fine aggregate (CRFA) to replace the natural fine aggregate and ceramsite in the preparation of LWC and LWC partition panels. To this end, an autoclave-free curing process and an air-entraining agent were used to prepare the CRFA-LWC.

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Comparative Investigation of the Effect of Recycled Fine

In general, the recycled fine aggregate exhibited relatively lower physical properties than natural river sand but satisfied the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard requirements. The demolished recycled fine aggregate (DRFA) had slightly lower physical properties than the construction recycled fine aggregate (CRFA).

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Effects of coarse and fine aggregates on long-term

2019-4-23  Typical effects of coarse and fine aggregates on the long-term properties of sea sand recycled aggregate concrete (SSRAC) are analyzed by a series of axial compression tests. Two different types of fine (coarse) aggregates are considered: sea sand and river sand (natural and recycled

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Recycled Aggregates Boral

2021-8-21  Recycled aggregates are produced from recycled materials which include recycled concrete, brick and masonry. Can be a single sized material typically 20 mm, 14 mm, 10 mm or 7 mm. Fine Aggregate is aggregate less than 5 mm. Coarse Aggregate is normally greater than 5 mm. Can be a single sized material or a graded aggregate consisting of a blend

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Influence of brick dust, stone dust, and recycled fine

2020-8-12  In the present investigation, two groups of mixes were considered: Group A consists of 100% natural coarse aggregate (NCA) and group B consists of 50% NCA and 50% recycled coarse aggregate. In each group, the natural fine aggregate was partially

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British Standards and the use of recycled aggregate in

2021-2-26  recycled aggregate. aggregate resulting from the processing of inorganic material previously used in construction. 5.2.3.4 Recycled aggregates (1) Recommendations for the use of coarse recycled aggregates are given in Annex E. NOTE No recommendations for the use of fine recycled aggregate are given in this standard. Annex A Initial tests

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Recycled Concrete Aggregate Crushed Concrete

2021-3-5  Recycled Concrete Aggregate is that the use of debris from dismantled concrete structures. utilization is cheaper and a lot of ecological than truckage debris to a lowland.. Crushed debris is often used for road gravel, revetments, holding walls, landscaping gravel, or staple for brand spanking new concrete. giant items are often used as bricks or slabs or incorporated with new concrete

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Compressive Strength of Concrete with Recycled

2020-3-25  The fine recycled paving block aggregate (RPA) were used partially to substituted a fine recycled brick aggregate (RBA) at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% by weigth. The result of this study showed the mixed concrete REC D with RCA 100%, RPA 50% and RBA 50% in 28 days is generate highest compressive strength

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