Development of Pavement Concrete Tiles using Fly Ash and ETP Lime Sludge
Chitra Shijagurumayum , KIIT University; Saransa Sahoo, KIIT University; Anushree Khare, KIIT University
Abrasion, Concrete Tiles, Durable, Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) Sludge, Fly Ash
Solid wastes obtained from different industries are heterogeneous, in their composition ranging from organic (in industries producing basic consumer products) to inert organic (such as generated in mining and collieries) and may include even hazardous constituents from pesticide industry. The unsystematic disposal of Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) sludge retrograde the surface soil and contaminate with surface and ground water became a vital environmental and public health issue. Solid waste (lime sludge) generated from fertilizer industry is being used as the constituent of masonry cement, burning of lime sludge as a raw material for pavement tile production and to make building lime and compounding of fly ash with burnt lime sludge to make lime composite mortars. The idea of this research is to study the application and utilization of these industrial wastes as a pozzolanic material in pavement tile production. At very high pressure the paving stones using sand, lime sludge, fly ash, cement and aggregates are compressed to give a hard faced, strong and durable stone like product with or without bevelled edges. They do not require a solely concrete bed and need just a consolidated sand bed for the support. There is no necessary for bonding or pointing and no requirement of any cement.
|Manuscript Id ||:||IJSTEV3I9050|
|Published in ||:||Volume : 3, Issue : 9|
|Publication Date||:|| 01/04/2017|