Partial Replacement of Sand with Quarry Dust in Concrete

Granite fines or rock dust is a by-product obtained during crushing of granite rocks and is also called quarry dust. In recent days there were also been many attempts to use Fly Ash, an industrial by product as partial replacement for cement to have higher workability, long term strength and to make the concrete more economically available.




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    Partial Replacement of Sand by Quarry Dust in Concrete

    investigated the partial replacement of sand with quarry dust. Initially cement concrete cube was studied with various proportions of cement concrete + quarry dust (M 20, AND M25). The experimental results showed that the addition of quarry dust as fine aggregate ratio of 30%, 40% and 50% was found to enhance the compressive properties.

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    International Journal of Innovative Technology and

    as partial replacement for cement to have higher workability, long term strength and to make the concrete more economically available. This present work is an attempt to use Quarry Dust as partial replacement for Sand in concrete. Attempts have been made to study the properties of concrete and to investigate some

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    Quarry Dust as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregates

    partial replacement for sand in concrete found that the compressive strength of concrete cubes at 28 days of curing was improved as high as 35.26% above the strength of conventional concrete when 40% of the fine aggregate was replaced with quarry dust by weight. A similar study by Paramjeet and Singh (2014) and Ukpata

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    What are the advantages of quarry dust used in the

    Dec 19, 2018 · I’m not an authority on this subject, but here are some thoughts. That depends upon what the quarry dust is. If it has minerals that will react with the cement you could get a faster or slower set time. Also, since quarry dust is quite fine, you s...

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    Partial Replacement of Sand by Quarry Dust in Concrete

    investigated the partial replacement of sand with quarry dust. Initially cement concrete cube was studied with various proportions of cement concrete + quarry dust (M 20, AND M25). The experimental results showed that the addition of quarry dust as fine aggregate ratio of 30%, 40% and 50% was found to enhance the compressive properties.

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    Partial Replacement of Cement by Quarry Dust | Manoj

    Partial Replacement of Cement by Quarry Dust. Quarry dust a waste product obtained from stone crushing. The aim of experimental investigation is to replace cement with quarry dust. ... “Determination of mortar strength using stone dust as a partially replaced material for cement and sand,” Advances in Concrete Construction, vol. 2, no. 4 ...

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    An Experimental study on Effects of Quarry Dust as Partial

    The 100% replacement of sand with quarry dust gives better results in terms of compressive strength studies. Coarse aggregate of 20mm maximum size is used in Reinforced cement concrete work of all types of structures. This is obtained by crushing the stone boulders of …

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    Behaviour of Concrete on Replacement of Sand with Quaries

    In order to study the strength behaviour and fire resistance of the concrete made with full replacement of sand with Quarry stone dust the tests are conducted. Results so obtained for the tests conducted on cubes and prisms for M25 and M40 grades of concrete with various dosages of super plasticiser at 7days and 28 days were tabulated.

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    Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as

    Improved Concrete Properties Using Quarry Dust as Replacement for Natural Sand Anzar Hamid Mir Student, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, IUST Awantipora, J&K, INDIA Abstract:- Concrete plays a major role in the construction industry. Natural sand is a prime material used for the preparation of concrete and also plays an important role in Mix Design.

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    Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Fine

    This paper deals with replacement of sand used in concrete as fine aggregates by the waste generated by the stone quarry industry and red soil. This study has made an attempt to partially replace quarry dust + red soil in place of sand in M20 grade concrete. On experimentation, it was found that the partial replacement of sand with 20%, 30%,

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    Suitability of Quarry Dust as Partial Replacement Material

    study also indicates that quarry dust can be utilised as partial replacement material to sand, in the presence of silica fume or fly ash, to produce concretes with fair ranges of compressive strength.

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    CIVIL EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS Majestic Project

    CIVIL - EXPERIMENTAL PROJECTS CEX001 . Experimental Investigation on Replacement of Sand by Graded Quarry Dust in Concrete CEX002. Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement with Glass Powder ... Experimental Study on Effect of Use Sugarcane Bagases Ash as a Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete with Hair Fibre and Glass Fibre

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    Study of Concrete Involving Use of Quarry dust as Partial

    Study of Concrete Involving Use of Quarry dust as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregates Mohammad Iqbal Malik 1 , Syed Rumysa Jan 2 , Junaid A. Peer 3 , S. Azhar Nazir 4 ,

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    EFFECT OF PARTIAL RE PLACEMENT OF SAND

    Much work has been done on the partial replacement of sand with quarry dust in construction. These works focused primarily on concrete production [3, 6, 7, 8]. Works by [9] and [10] are among the few on the effect of partial replacement of sand with quarry dust in the production …

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    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PARTIAL

    concrete containing quarry dust as fine aggregate along with organic inhibitors namely Triethanolamine and Diethanolamine at 1%, 2%, 3% and 4% by weight of cement. They used the design mix of M20 grade concrete with 100% replacement of sand by quarry dust. The