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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 11, November 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Impact Of Stone Slurry Powder On Binder &Crumbed Rubber As Limited Substitution On M40 Concrete

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AUTHOR(S)

Renuka, Maneeth

 

KEYWORDS

Stone slurry powder, Crumb rubber, Mechanical properties, Acid Attack Test etc.

 

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this project is to find out the strength parameters and durability of concrete. The stone slurry powder (SSP) is a fine dust particle from stone cutting industry which is main reason for environment pollution. Crumb rubber (CR) tire particle which are obtained from waste tire rubber were used for present investigation. In this project the stone slurry powder is used as a replacement of cement at replacement ratio of 10%, 20% 30% & 40%. Crumb rubber of 20mm size is used as fine aggregate at 10% replacement constant at every trial mix. For optimal mix (30% SSP & 10% CR) the workability was good and durability test (Acid Attack Test) was excellent & weight loss was around 0.35%. The strength parameters like compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength test was carried out upto 28 days curing. The strength obtained for split tensile and flexural strength is more than conventional concrete but compressive strength is nearer to the target mean strength as designed. Mix (30% SSP & 10% CR) can be used in construction as alternative to conventional concrete. But we can increase stone slurry powder upto 70% and crumb rubber can be maintained not be more than 10%, use of very fine particle crumb rubber less than 2mm size can enhance the compressive strength.

 

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