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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Characteristic Study Of Concrete By Replacing Glass Cullet And Ceramic Tiles Over Conventional Aggregates

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AUTHOR(S)

S.Aravindan, D.S.Vijayan, K.Naveen Kumar, B.Saravanan

 

KEYWORDS

Glass cullet, Ceramic wastes, Physical properties and Mechanical properties.

 

ABSTRACT

Invention of various researches in concrete proves that compressive strength of concrete can be easily obtained using various wastes from environment into a great extent. Therefore, from these results the strength also obtained under sustainable rate without making any hazard to the environment. Here, a study was carried to improve the compressive strength of concrete by replacing coarse aggregate with ceramic wastes and fine aggregate with Glass cullet at different proportions. Thus, guidance from various reviews of papers and from various codes illustrates the preliminary design data’s to carry this experimental test. Bureau of Indian standards are strictly followed throughout the experiments and the results are interpolated for the concrete mix for M30 Grade of concrete. Nine set of cubes and nine set of cylinders are casted and the strengths are studied for 7 and 28 days of curing. In this study, three different trials are studied 0%-0% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete i.e., Conventional Mix of concrete, 10%-20% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete and 20%-10% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete. These, investigations proves that 20%-10% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete shows that 20.28% higher that to the conventional mix of concrete and 10.7% of strength higher to the 10%-20% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete. Hence, the replacement of 20%-10% replacement of Glass cullet and Ceramic wastes in concrete can be recommended for optimal strength under sustainable condition.

 

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