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(PDF) A Few Mechanical and Flexural Properties Of Brick ...

Effects of using recycled concrete of different qualities as coarse aggregate upon the strength and deformation of concrete are reported. Tests on the aggregates showed that the recycled concrete ...

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Recycled concrete as an aggregate for concrete—a review ...

—An investigation of the compressive strength of concrete in which concrete rubble was used as an aggregate, unpublished thesis, Cornell University, 1947. [6] Malhotra V. M. —The use of recycled concrete as a new aggregate. Proc. of Symposium, Energy and Resource Conservation in the Cement and Concrete Industry, Canmet, Ottawa, 1976. [7]

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Recycled Concrete Aggregates – Its Uses, Properties ...

History. Recycled concrete aggregates or Crushed concrete aggregates has been in use since the ancient times, only to be integrated with gravel, sand, and cement to ensure durability. The practice was first recorded in the 1860s. US construction companies were reluctant to use the technique at first since crushing cured concrete proved to be much more cost-intensive in terms of labor.

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Recycled Aggregate Concrete: Applications, Advantages ...

Recycled concrete rubbles can be used as coarse aggregate in concrete. Production of RAC also results in generation of many by-products having many uses such as a ground improvement material, a concrete addition, an asphalt filler etc. Recycled Aggregate use in India.

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The use of building rubbles in concrete and mortar ...

Recycled coarse aggregate is the weakest phase given a low water/cement ratio. This effect will dominate the mechanical properties of recycled concrete. On the contrary, using recycled aggregate in concrete has little effect on its mechanical properties if the water/cement ratio is high. This mechanism does not occur in recycled mortar.

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Development of Concrete Incorporating Recycled Aggregates ...

Recycling of construction and demolition waste is a central point of discussion throughout the world. The application of recycled concrete as partial replacement of mineral aggregates in concrete mixes is one of the alternatives in the reduction of pollution and savings in carbon emissions. The combined influence of the recycled crushed concrete, lime, and natural pozzolana on the mechanical ...

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Waste-free technology for recycling concrete rubble ...

The waste-free technology for concrete rubble was developed. The research with recycled: aggregate, cement mortar and powder was carried out. The use of recycled aggregate and 25% recycled powder is possible. Recycled cement mortar can be used as an active ingredient in sand-lime products.

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Concept of Green Concrete Using Construction Demolished ...

the possibility of the use of recycled coarse aggregate concrete as a new structural material.For that purpose a literature survey for use of recycled aggregate concrete is studied. Recycled coarse aggregate (RCA) obtained from crushed concrete rubble and different demolished work.

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British Standards and the use of recycled aggregate in ...

4.3.6 Coarse recycled aggregate (RA) Where coarse RA is specified, its use in concrete shall be assessed on a case-by-case basis taking into account its specific composition. The minimum requirements of coarse RA in accordance with BS EN 12620 shall be as given in Table 4.

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Sustainability of Using Recycled Concrete Aggregates as ...

It is common practice in the U.S. to crush old concrete pavements at the end of their service lives into recycled concrete aggregate and then reuse them in the base course of new pavements. It is not, however, common to use the recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) in the new concrete pavement itself.

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USE OF RECYCLED RUBBLE-BASED AGGREGATE AND RECYCLED …

use of recycled rubble-based aggregate and recycled water in concrete ...

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(PDF) Use of Recycled Concrete Rubbles as Coarse …

The use of coarse recycled aggregate in concrete is already accepted in the Czech Republic but with specific restrictions. The problem is the use of fine recycled …

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Relationship between the percentage of the coarse ...

Download scientific diagram | Relationship between the percentage of the coarse aggregate replaced by concrete rubbles and the percentage of the original slump from publication: Use of Recycled ...

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Khalaf, F.M. and DeVenny, A.S. (2004) Recycling of ...

Article citations More>>. Khalaf, F.M. and DeVenny, A.S. (2004) Recycling of Demolished Masonry Rubble as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: Review. ASCE …

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Recycled Aggregate Concrete: Applications, advantages and ...

Recycled concrete rubbles are used as coarse aggregate in concrete. Production of RAC leads to the generation of many by-products. It has many uses such as a ground improvement material, an asphalt filler, a concrete addition, etc. Advantages of recycled aggregate concrete:

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Use of Recycled Concrete Rubbles as Coarse Aggregate in ...

This is useful in reducing the environmental problems created by dumping these materials. 2. The use of concrete rubbles as coarse aggregate in concrete mixes resulted in a decrease in the strength depending on the replacement ratio and the grade of concrete. Such an effect can be cared for by reducing the w/c ratio 3.

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Recycled construction and demolition concrete waste as ...

of concrete rubble, screening then removal of contaminants such as reinforcement, paper, wood, plastics and gypsum. Concrete made with such recycled concrete aggregate is called recycled aggregate concrete (RAC). The main purpose of this work is to determine the basic properties of RAC made of coarse recycled concrete aggregate then to compare ...

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Utilizing Recycled Concrete and Stone Aggregate as ...

about the use of recycled concrete construction rubble as aggregate for new concrete because there will, potentially, be a shortage of aggregate supplies in New Zealand in the future. The report concluded that the use of recycled concrete construction rubble as coarse aggregate for concrete is a viable proposition [4].

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RECYCLING OF DEMOLISHED MASONRY RUBBLE

The recycling of demolished masonry rubble as the coarse aggregate in new concrete represents an interesting possibility at a time when the cost of dumping such material is on the increase.

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Use of coarse recycled aggregates from precast concrete ...

Therefore, the use of superplasticizers in high-quality recycled aggregates concrete is highly recommended, leading to excellent performances. The coarse recycled aggregates generated from precast elements and the use of superplasticizers open new perspectives for recycled aggregates concrete, enabling the production of high-performance concrete.

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Recycled Concrete Aggregate for Use in Reclamation ...

Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) is produced by crushing demolished concrete to use in new construction. It is most commonly used as a base course in new pavement construction, but it can also be used as a coarse aggregate in new concrete. This practice has been researched and used in the pavement industry since the 1970's [1]–[3].

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A Review Paper on use of Recycled Aggregates in Concrete

has been shown that crushed concrete rubble, after separation from other C&D waste and sieved, can be used as a substitute for natural coarse aggregates in concrete or a sub-base or a base layer in pavements. Demolished Concrete Blocks Recycled Coarse Aggregate (RCA) II. …

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Influence of recycled aggregates on long term mechanical ...

Two sources of recycled coarse aggregates were used. Both were recycled C&D waste sourced from two recycling facilities in Hong Kong. The first one, RA, contained mainly crushed natural stones such as granite and marble sourced from excavated work, and some old concrete rubbles and a very small amount of other impurities (0.2%), such as small pieces of wood, tiles and metals.

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(PDF) Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate in Construction ...

Using 60 % of recycled coarse aggregate in concrete mixes shows comparatively better compressive strength than conventional aggregate concrete in M30 mix and also shows appreciable results in M20 mix with same percentage replacement.The behavior of recycled aggregate concrete is the same as natural aggregate concrete under split tensile loading ...

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Use of Recycled Aggregate Concrete

rubbles used was 25, 50, 75 and 100 percent by weight of coarse aggregate. 6. Concrete-containing rubble cubes and prisms were prepared and tested as in steps 2, 3 and 4. 4. RESULTS Figure 2 shows the relationship between the percentage of the coarse aggregate replaced by concrete rubbles and the percentage of the original slump for all mixes.

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Use of recycled concrete aggregate in concrete: a review ...

Also, higher RCA content increases water absorption but decreases density, thus leading to increased porousness in concrete. The use of 50% and coarse RCA increases the water absorption and decreases the density of concrete by about 0.15-0.37% and 2.12-3.40%, respectively (Grdic et al. 2010).

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(PDF) Prediction of Chloride Ion Penetration of Recycled ...

concrete; these materials are crushed concrete, crushed The use of recycled aggregates (RA), as replacement masonry, and mixed demolition debris. for natural aggregates (NA), in construction applications has Some of these specifications9,14,15,17 have reached a *e-mail: [email protected] consensus that, in order to be considered as recycled ...

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Guidelines for Selection and Use of Coarse Recycled ...

This paper presents guidelines for using recycled-concrete aggregate (RCA) as a full or partial replacement for natural coarse aggregate in new concrete (RCA concrete). Several international standards and guidelines for the use of RCA in concrete are reviewed and contrasted to identify areas in which further development is required.

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Recycling of Demolished Masonry Rubble as Coarse Aggregate ...

The recycling of demolished masonry rubble as coarse aggregate in new concrete represents an interesting possibility at a time when the cost of dumping such material is on the increase.

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CONCRETE WITH RECYCLED AGGREGATES

for the use of recycled coarse aggregates in hydraulic binders concrete" which establishes the recycled aggregate requirements, as well as the rules for its use. The LNEC specification concerns three types of aggregate: ARB1 and ARB2 – recycled concrete aggregates; ARC – mixture of concrete and masonry material.

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Use of Recycled Aggregates in Construction

2 Use of Recycled Aggregates in Construction Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3 1 INTRODUCTION 6 1.1 General 6 1.2 Classification of Aggregates 6 2 MANUFACTURED AGGREGATES 7 2.1 ed Blast Furnace Slag (FBS) 7 2.2 Fly Ash Aggregates 8 2.3 Manufactured Sand 8 2.4 Polystyrene Aggregate 9 2.5 Expanded Clays, Shales and Slates 10 3 RECYCLED AGGREGATES 10

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Use of Recycled Concrete Rubbles as Coarse Aggregate …

In order to study the effect of the use of concrete rubbles as coarse aggregates, several. concrete mixes have been prepared and tested in the laboratory. The …

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Using Recycled Concrete Aggregates in Portland Cement ...

• The use of both recycled coarse and fine aggregates reduces modulus elasticity significantly. • For the same water/cement ration, replac-ing sand with recycled sand does not result in changes in tensile strength. • Thermal coefficient of concrete containing 100 % recycled aggregate is much higher than that of aggregate ...

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