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Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Bottom Ash in Concrete ...

using bottom-ash is that it can be dust free, the sizes of bottom-ash can be controlled easily so that it meets the required grading. Mohd Syahrul Hisyam bin Mohd Sani et al. [1] studied the compressive strength of concrete mixes made with various % of Washed Bottom Ash as fine aggregate

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USE OF BOTTOM ASH AS FINE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE: A

This work deals with the Bottom ash as a replacement of fine aggregates in concrete and the investigation on the use of bottom ash has been very limited. It gives an overview of the various literature and experimental investigations been carried out by many researchers to study the use of bottom ash as aggregates in concrete.

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Research Paper REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE BY

fine aggregate used for this comparative study are sand as available and bottom ash as available. BOTTOM ASH Bottom ash is formed when ash adheres as hot particles to the boiler walls, agglomerates and then falls to the base of the furnace at a temperature around 1200 0C (Kim et al., 2006). Hence the term “Bottom Ash” is coarse, with

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STRENGTH PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE USING BOTTOM

The particle size distribution fine aggregate was shown in Figure 1. The physical properties of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate was tabulated in Tables 1 and 2 respectively. Coal bottom ash obtained from Hindustan Newsprint Limited, Kottayyam, Kerala, India was used as partial replacement of fine aggregates. The coal bottom ash was screened to

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Uses of bottom ash in the replacement of fine aggregate ...

bottom as h i n concrete. After 40% replacement of b ottom. ash in the concrete it is found that the compressive. strength is decreasing. The maximum flexural strength of concrete is found. 7.94 N ...

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UG-Mat Coal Bottom Ash/Boiler Slag Recycled Materials ...

(14) Boiler slag typically meets maximum size requirement for fine aggregate, while bottom ash sources may require minimal screening of oversize material to satisfy the definition of a fine aggregate. Because boiler slag is typically poorly-graded, blending with other aggregates

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STRENGTH PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE USING BOTTOM

The particle size distribution fine aggregate was shown in Figure 1. The physical properties of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate was tabulated in Tables 1 and 2 respectively. Coal bottom ash obtained from Hindustan Newsprint Limited, Kottayyam, Kerala, India was used as partial replacement of fine aggregates. The coal bottom ash was screened to

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Uses of bottom ash in the replacement of fine aggregate ...

bottom as h i n concrete. After 40% replacement of b ottom. ash in the concrete it is found that the compressive. strength is decreasing. The maximum flexural strength of concrete is found. 7.94 N ...

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE ...

The specimens with bottom ash as replacement with fine aggregate was found to be better in compression which has compressive strength of 14.02% and 15.05% more than that of nominal mix concrete after 7 days and 28 days curing period respectively for 10% Bottom ash + 90% Fine aggregate.

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON REPLACEMENT OF FINE ...

making utilization of waste material justifies the concrete mix-development.Bottom ash used as fine aggregates replacement enables the large utilization of waste product. Even a small quantity of bottom ash used in mass concreting work results in reduction in cost and efficient as well as eco-friendly disposal of bottom ash.Bottom

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Strength properties and micro-structural properties of ...

Jan 15, 2014  At curing age of 7 days, bottom ash concrete mixtures containing 30%, 50%, 75% and 100% of coal bottom ash as fine aggregate achieved 77.6%, 77%, 75.26% and 78.29% of their 28 days splitting tensile strength in comparison to 78.4% gained by control concrete mixture.

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Utilizing Coal Bottom Ash from Thermal Power Plants in ...

Oct 17, 2019  In Vietnam, a large amount of coal bottom ash (CBA) is being discharged from thermal power plants and has been making serious environmental pollution. It is essential to utilize the CBA to reduce environmental pollution. So, this paper presents a series of experimental studies in the laboratory using CBA as a partial replacement of aggregates in concrete pavement for rural roads.

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MDPI Article Reprints Order

Article: Utilization of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Bottom Ash as Fine Aggregate of Cement Mortars Authors: by Byeong-Hun Woo , In-Kyu Jeon , Dong-Ho Yoo , Seong-Soo Kim , Jeong-Bae Lee and Hong-Gi Kim

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT

purpose. For fine aggregates natural sand is provided with maximum size of 4.75 mm. coarse aggregates are used with size between 20mm-4.75mm Fly ash: This kind of ash is extracted from flue gases through Electrostatic Precipitator in dry form. This ash is fine material possesses good pozzolanic property. BOTTOM ASH: This kind of ash is ...

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Fine Aggregate Research Papers - Academia

To overcome from this crisis, partial replacement of cement with fly ash and fine aggregate with Thermocol can be an economic alternative. This project focuses on investigating the characteristics of M25 grade of concrete with cement partially replace with fly ash 35%, 40% and fine aggregate replace with thermocol 0.2%,0.3% respectively.

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Lightweight geopolymer fly ash sand: an alternative to ...

The fly ash generation in India through thermal power plants in 2014-15 was about 185 million tons and utilization was 55.69% [5, 6]. Research has been carried out for the use of waste material like bottom ash, construction and demolition waste, copper slag, iron and steel slag as a fine aggregate [7, 8, 9, 10].

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Light weight, high strength ashcrete with bottom ash ...

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Coal ash has become one of Australia's biggest waste ...

Mar 10, 2019  The fine ash, known as fly ash, can act as a partial substitute to cement, with added benefits. There's a combined 60 million tonnes of coal ash in

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Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth Sustainable ...

This paper highlights the use of industrial by-products like waste foundry sand, coal bottom ash, waste tire rubber, copper slag, and waste glass as fine aggregate replacement in the development of green self-compacting concrete. It discusses in detail, the physical and chemical properties of industrial by-products used in self-compacting concrete.

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EFFECT OF REPLACING FINE AGGREGATE WITH BOTTOM

BA60 dosage of bottom ash found 10% [by weight] for M40 grade 23.1 29.83 35.16 Note: BA10 means bottom ash 10% and fine aggregate 90% Graph-1: Showing Replacement of Fine Aggregates with Bottom ash 6. WORKABILITY Note: Workability decreases with increasing percentage replacement of bottom ash in concrete mix 7.

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Utilization of Coal Bottom Ash as a Partial Re-placement ...

based on a suitable replacement of fine aggregate with coal bottom ash and opted to reuse such waste in production of concrete rather than fill-ing it in empty lands which reduced energy requirement and became environment friendly.The fine aggregate forconcrete was substituted par-tially by weight with CBA-0%, CBA-10%, CBA-20%, CBA-30% and CBA ...

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BOTTOM ASH – POTENTIAL USE IN SELF-COMPACTING

bottom ash as fine aggregate single or mutually leads to sufficient durability properties (Bilir, 2012). Even though the strength development is less for bottom ash concrete, it can be compared to low grade of normal concrete. Concrete containing 50% of bottom ash as fine aggregate gave compressive strength more than 20 Mpa at 28 days is

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Experimental Study on Properties of Concrete Using Bottom ...

Abstract- Bottom ash is a hazardous by-product from coal based thermal power plants. In this study fine aggregate in concrete mix has been replaced with bottom ash and Polypropylene fibre is additionally used to enhance the strength characteristics of concrete. The concrete mix

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STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF GLASS FIBRE ON BOTTOM

known as bottom ash. This paper presents the experimental investigations carried out to study the effect of use of bottom ash as a replacement of fine aggregate. Earlier research work in the usage of bottom ash as replacement for fine aggregates shows degradation in characteristic compressive strength of concrete apart from increasing

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How does wet treatment of incinerator bottom ash work?

Jul 17, 2020  Incinerator bottom ash is the ash product leftover from waste incineration facilities. It contains non-combustible materials which may include precious metals like gold, silver and platinum group metals. Historically, recovering these fine materials was not possible and all fine particles were sent to the local landfill.

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Use of Bottom Ash in Replacement of River Sand in Making ...

2.1.2. Aggregates Sand and Bottom ash was used as fine aggregate. The clean, sharp river sand that was free of clay, loam, dirt and any organic or chemical matter was used. Bottom ash samples are collected from Lakvijaya Power Station. Particle sizefor mortar were

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A Review on Recycled Aggregates for the Construction Industry

The properties of concrete prepared with crushed fine stone, furnace bottom ash and fine recycled aggregate as fine aggregates have been studied. The samples were prepared with the use of river sand, crushed fine stone (CFS), furnace bottom ash (FBA), and fine recycled aggregate (FRA) as fine aggregates.

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A Review on Utilization of Waste Foundry Sand and Bottom ...

The particles of coal bottom ash are angular, irregular and porous, and have a rough surface texture. The particle size ranges from fine gravel to fine sand. Bottom ash is lighter and more brittle compared to natural sand. The specific gravity of the bottom ash varies from 1.39 to 2.33. Bottom

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Compressive strength performance of OPS lightweight ...

Apr 06, 2018  The fresh and mechanical properties of this concrete containing various percentage of coal bottom ash as partial fine aggregate replacement were investigated. The result was compared to OPS LWAC with 100 % sand as a control specimen. The concrete workability investigated by

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Production of lightweight aggregate from incinerator ...

aggregate performance was assessed in comparison with commercial synthetic aggregate (Lytag) and the results confirmed the feasibility of the production of lightweight aggregate using significant concentrations of the high-volume combustion bottom ashes. Keywords: waste reuse, incinerator bottom ash, pulverised fuel ash, resource

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Emission Reduction of Greenhouse Gases from the Cement ...

In the present experimental investigation the fine aggregate used for concrete production is fractionally replaced by coal bottom ash and marble dust at 10%, 20% and 30% separately, in the initial ...

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Choosing the Right Blast Media for Abrasive Blasting

A fine abrasive will give you more impacts per volume. The more particles in the stream, the more work is accomplished in the same time. When blasting concrete or wood, you don’t need a hard, expensive abrasive, or a coarse particle: crushed glass makes an excellent, inexpensive choice for work on relatively soft surfaces.

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