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(PDF) Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes

Using waste glass as an aggregate in concrete can cause severe damage because of the alkali-silica reaction (ASR) between the alkali in the cement paste and the silica in the glass.

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Partial Replacement of E-plastic Waste as Coarse-Aggregate in

An experimental study is made on the utilization of E-waste particles as fine and coarse aggregates in concrete with a percentage replacement ranging from 0%, 20% to 30% i.e. (0%, 10%, 20% and 30%) on the strength criteria of M20 Concrete.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON E–WASTE CONCRETE AND COMPARING WITH

cement for the comparative study of E–waste concrete and conventional concrete. River sand was used as coarse aggregate as per IS 383–1970 for E–waste and conventional concrete. E–waste is the material for replacement of coarse aggregate. Aggregates are t

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Use of Waste Plastic in Construction of Flexible Pavement

Use of disposed plastic waste (specially plastic bags) is the need of the hour. The studies on the thermal behavior and binding property of the molten plastics promoted a study on the preparation of plastic waste-bitumen blend and its properties to find t

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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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The cost of e-waste| Concrete Construction Magazine

For public works departments, getting involved in the collection and recycling of electronic waste has become a question of not if, but how. With the life cycles of electronic equipment shrinking, the pile of junked gear mounting, and attention from regul

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USE OF NON-METALLIC E-WASTE AS A COARSE AGGREGATE IN A CONCRETE

USE OF NON-METALLIC E-WASTE AS A COARSE AGGREGATE IN A CONCRETE Pravin A. Manatkar1, Ganesh P.Deshmukh2 1Student of M.E (Structural Engineering), PLITMS College Buldana, Maharashtra, India 2Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Department, PLITMS College

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An Experimental Study on Use of E-Waste Materials in Concrete

concrete with the addition of Electronic waste in concrete. It is found that the use of Electronic waste aggregates results in the formation of light weight concrete. In this research article Coarse aggregate is partially replaced by E-waste from 0% to 30

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Studies on Concrete containing E plastic waste

studies have shown that reuse of very fi nely grounded e­waste in concrete has economical and technical advantages for solving the disposal of large amount of e ­waste, reuse in complete industry may be the most feasible application. E­waste particles can

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STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH ELECTRONIC WASTE

E-waste is used as one such alternative for coarse aggregate. Owing to scarcity of coarse aggregate for the preparation of concrete, partial replacement of E-waste with coarse aggregate was attempted. The work was conducted on M20 grade mix. The replaceme

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Recycle of E-Waste in Concrete

Use of E-waste materials not only helps in getting them utilized in cement, concrete and other construction materials, it helps in reducing the cost ofcement and concrete manufacturing, but also has numerous indirect

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Use of waste plastic in concrete mixture as aggregate

It is clear that at 28 days curing age, the lowest dry density (2223.7 kg/m 3) exceeds the range of the dry density for structural lightweight concrete. The use of waste plastic for each curing age reduced the dry densities of all mixtures with increasing

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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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E-WASTE CONCRETE | CrazyEngineers

Mar 03, 2016 · e-waste concrete Project Abstract / Summary : Construction industry has taken a major role in the developing countries like India. In construction industry cement mortar and concrete were the most ...

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How can e-waste be recycled/used to make concrete? - Quora

Nov 06, 2016 · The e-waste like non-metals part of PCB’s can be recovered and can be use as a ingredient in concrete. So we can partial replace the material to achieve desire concrete in terms of their properties. Many research have been done on these su

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Use of non metallic e waste as a coarse aggregate in a concrete

May 06, 2015 · Following points, give idea about it. It is identified that e-waste can dispose in concrete as a coarse aggregate. Volume E-waste on earth reduces, when it use in concrete. Up to 5-6% replacement ...

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS ON CONCRETE WITH e-PLASTIC WASTE

hazardous substances with low recycling rate. The use of e-plastic waste will reduces the aggregate cost, landfill cost and it is energy saving. An experimental study is made on utilization of e-plastic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete replacement wi

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A Review Paper on Use of E-Waste in Concrete

study, we can use Electronic waste into the concrete by replacing the fine aggregate. 9. Salman Siddique, et al. (March 2015) They made an experimental study to describe the strength development pattern of E-waste concrete is similar to that of convention

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

Use of electronic waste in concrete is one of the effective ways of disposing E-waste, which otherwise would be lying in landfills creating the environmental issues. View Show abstract.

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Review of E-Waste Material used in Making of Concrete

The e-waste like non-metals part of PCBs can be recovered and can be use as a ingredient in concrete. So we can partial replace the material to achieve desire concrete in terms of their properties.

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The Importance of Concrete Recycling

Concrete is the largest component of the C&D Waste Stream. With pressure on landfills continuing to mount, the diversion of C&D materials in general, and concrete, in particular, remains an import area of interest to policymakers. For industry, there are

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Use of Recycled Aggregate Concrete

million ton waste is produced from the construction waste sector, out of which only 3% waste is used for embankment. Out of the total construction demolition waste, 40% is of concrete , 30% ceramic‟s, 5% plastics, 10% wood, 5%metal, & 10% other mixtures.

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AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON USE OF E- WASTE GLASS AS AGGREGATE

Keywords: Concrete, E-waste glass, Mix Design, Compressive Strength, Tensile strength. Cite this Article: Sherin K Rahman, Akshay A, Mewanaibiang W Kharlukhi, K J Vignesh and Nitty Rose Thomas, An Experimental Study On Use of E-Waste Glass As Aggregate In

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Study on Characteristics of Geopolymer Concrete with E-Waste

concrete of improved durability and water tightness. 3.5 E-Waste Rapid technology change, low initial costs have resulted in a fast growing surplus of electronic waste around the globe [7]. E- waste available in the form of loosely discarded, surplus, obs

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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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