investigation carried out on concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, Concretemixes, viz. Conventional concrete mixes with varying percentages of copper slag (10, 20, 30 and 40%) as fine aggregate replacement material were investigated. The
Partial Replacement Of Sand By Copper Slag. Partial Replacement Of Sand By Copper Slag; Effects of Copper Slag as Sand Replacement in Concrete. The compressive strength of cube specimen for different copper slag content as a replacement of sand at 7, 28, and 56 days curing period respectively is presented below.
of copper slag in concrete has many environmental benefits for example waste recycling and resolve disposal problems. Copper slag consists mechanical and chemical properties that is eligible as the material to be used in production of concrete as a partial replacement as a substitute for aggregates.
copper slag can be used as a partial replacement for sand as fine aggregate in concrete up to 40% in pavement grade concrete with out any loss of cohesiveness and the compressive and flexural strength of such concretes is about 20% higher than that of conventional cement concretes of the same grade
partial replacement of cement from 0% to 20% and sand from 0% to 50% with copper slag seperately in two phases . The mix design of M25 & M30 grade concrete was designed as
Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate. 2019-1-24 copper slag. Fig.7. Comparison of Flexural Strength of Beam IV. CONCLUSION The concrete was prepared for the M 25 grade concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag
Bottom Ash and Copper Slag. 3.2 Mix design and sample preparation Concrete mixtures with different proportions of Copper slag used as a partial or full substitute for fine aggregates were prepared in order to investigate the effect of Copper slag substitution on
Aug 17, 2016 Here are few: Copper slag. Presently, worldwide, about 33 million tonnes of copper Therefore, the concurrent use of quarry dust Partial Replacement Of Fine Aggregate Using Steel Slag. various replacement level of steel slag with fine aggregate. The use of steel slag aggregates in concrete by replacing natural aggregates
strength properties of copper slag as a partial replacement of sand at different levels (0%, 20% and 40%). Copper slag is a by-product obtained during the matte smelting and refining of copper. In the present investigation it is proposed to study the engineering properties of Copper slag viz. Slump test,
copper slag. Fig.7. Comparison of Flexural Strength of Beam IV. CONCLUSION The concrete was prepared for the M 25 grade concrete with partial replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag with various percentages of 0%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The specimens were casted for 7days, 14 days and 28 days then tested. The results are presented above.
Copper slag alkali-activated slag mortar containing 5% crumb rubber as a partial replacement of CS alkali-treated for 1 h. GGBFS was first mixed with fine aggregates for two minutes utilizing a mechanical mixer, and then the alkali activator solution was poured into the mixer.
The effect of ground copper slag (GCS) on the strength and fracture of cement-based materials is studied. Up to 15% by mass of ground copper slag was used as a portland cement replacement.
The percentage of copper slag used for replacement of river sand are 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%. Cement sand mortar joint thickness of 10 and 15mm. Plaster ability of use of copper slag for partial replacement material for river sand. Use of copper slag as replacement material for river sand in cement concrete.
The replacement of 100% of fine aggregate by copper slag decreases water absorption by 33.59%, chloride ion permeability up to 77.32% and pH value by 3.04.(Venu Malagavelli, 2010) studied the characteristics of M30 grade concrete with partial replacement of cement by GGBS and sand with ROBO sand (crusher dust).
The replacement of copper slag by copper mine tailings reduced the compressive strength of the alkali-activated cements (Fig. 7.13), depending on the curing temperature. Specimens cured at 60°C and 90°C, containing 50 wt.% copper slag showed comparable strengths to that obtained by samples with 100 wt.% copper slag.
study the potential use of copper slag as fine aggregate on the strength of both normal and high strength concrete. Concrete mixtures were prepared using different proportions of copper slag as partial and full replacement of fine aggregate. The percentage of copper slag added by weight ranged between 10-100% of sand used in concrete.
Aug 20, 2014· The percentage of copper slag used for replacement of river sand are 0, 25, 50 and 75 %. Cement sand mortar joint thickness of 10 and 15 mm. Plaster ability of use of copper slag for partial replacement material for river sand. Use of copper slag as replacement material for river sand in cement concrete (0, 25, 50, 75 and 100 %)
Copper slag as sand replacement The use of copper slag as sand substitution improves the strength and durability characteristics of high strength concrete up to 50% replacement level (Al-Jabri et al., 2009), increased the compressive and flexural strength of
replacing sand by copper slag. Srinivasu, Usha, &Nagasai  studied on compressive strength properties and effects of copper slag as partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete. The Two different types of concrete grades M30 & M40 were used with different percentage of copper slag replacement from 0 to 100 percentages.
Jan 24, 2019· Many researchers have already found it possible to use Copper slag as a concrete aggregate, because copper slag has similar particle size characteristics likely to that of sand. Hence the study focuses on the various percentage replacement of Copper Slag with Fine aggregate varying from 38% to 52% at interval of 2%, since replacement of 40% to
Partial replacement of sand by Copper Slag in concrete is allowed up to 10% by mass. Copper Slag has similar properties to sand and is a very effective substitute during monsoon (rainy) season. Further, Copper Slag is also used in the production of cement, mortar, and concrete as a raw material for clinker, cement replacement, coarse and fine
Zine K.S., 2016: used copper slag for replacement of fine aggregate in mortar. Copper slag is industrial by-product obtained during the metal smelting and refining of copper. He concludes that 30 to 50% replacement of sand with copper slag gives better results in compressive strength.
3. Copper slag can also be used as a building material, formed into blocks. 4. Copper slag is widely used in the sand blasting industry and it has been used in the manufacture of abrasive tools. Due to highly durable nature of concrete low maintenance is required. 5. Copper slag is widely used as an abrasive media to
The partial replacement of cement by GGBS and sand by Copper slag gives the economy in the development however it additionally encourages effective usage of the CS and GGBS which is produced in enormous amounts from the steel and iron industries. The workability of
Brinda. D et al  investigated on various corrosion and durability tests on concrete containing copper slag as partial replacement of sand and cement. In this paper, M20 grade concrete was used and the tests were conducted for various proportions of copper slag replacement with sand of 0% to 60%, cement 0% to 20% and combination.
partial replacement of Fine Aggregate (Sand) by Copper Slag in proportions of 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%. Compressive Strength, Split Tensile Strength and Flexural Strength at the ages of 28 days for various combinations of Copper Slag and Sand were investigated.
Owing to the scarcity of fine aggregate for the preparation of mortar and concrete, partial replacement of CS and FS with sand have been attempted. CS and FS are byproducts obtained during matte smelting and refining of CS and FS.This work reports an experimental procedure to investigate the effect of using CS and FS as partial replacement of sand.
Copper slag can be used in concrete production as a partial replacement for sand. Copper slag is used as a building material,formed into blocks. Such use was common in areas where smelting was done, including St Helens and Cornwall  in England .
Test results shows that the strength properties of concrete has improved having copper slag as a partial replacement of Sand (upto 40%) in concrete however in terms of durability the concrete
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