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Utilization of Glass Powder, Fly Ash and Recycle Concrete Aggregate in Cement Concrete


Author(s):

Anoop Chhabra , Truba Institute of Engineering & IT; Devansh Jain, UIT-RGPV, Bhopal; Nita Rajvaidya, Truba Institute of Engineering & IT

Keywords:

Fly Ash, Recycled concrete aggregate, Glass Powder, Compressive Strength, Workability

Abstract:

The measure of waste glass has orderly extended over the late years on account of a ceaselessly creating usage of glass things. By far most of the waste glasses are being dumped into landfill districts. The territory filling of waste glasses is undesirable in light of the fact that they are not biodegradable, which makes them naturally less neighborly. There is colossal potential for using waste glass as a strong's piece advancement fragment. On the other hand, with trademark sand stores the world over turning out to be rare, there is an exceptional prerequisite for a thing that matches the properties of customary sand in bond. In the latest 15 years, it has ended up being clear that the availability of good quality normal sand is decreasing. Environmental concerns are in like manner being raised against uncontrolled extraction of ordinary sand. The disputes are generally regarding securing riverbeds against deterioration and the importance of having ordinary sand as a channel for ground when waste glasses are reused in making strong things, the creation cost of strong will slip. Waste glass powder can show characteristics like that of sand. In this exploration venture properties of concrete is advanced utilizing Fly Ash, Recycled concrete aggregate, Glass Powder and Crumb elastic. This Program comprises concrete containing Fly Ash, Glass powder and Recycle Aggregate. Here bond is halfway supplanted by 30% Fly Ash, Coarse Aggregate is in part Replaced by 40% Recycled Concrete aggregate and Glass Powder somewhat supplanted Fine aggregate with changing rate from 15% to 25% at interim of 5%.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV2I4009
Published in :Volume : 2, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/11/2015
Page(s): 10-14
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