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Properties of concrete incorporating sand and cement with ...

Marble powder is a waste product obtained from marble during its processing. Marble waste is high in calcium oxide content which is cementing property but it creates many ... concrete has reduced use of energy and natural resources which further ... replacement of cement or sand by marble powder for improvement in concrete properties

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Use of Waste Marble Powder as Partial Replacement in ...

May 18, 2015  But the split tensile strength decreased for the mix which contains 20 % marble powder dust against cement (10%) and sand (10%) by 11%. Hence result shows that marble powder when mixed with sand and cement together has low split strength as compared to the replacement of marble waste in cement and sand individually. 3.3 Durability.

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Re-use of waste marble dust in the production of cement ...

Jan 15, 2014  In this study, ordinary Portland cement CEM I 42.5 N was used which complies with the ASTM C150. Natural siliceous sand with fineness modulus of 2.35 and crushed pink lime stone with nominal maximum size of 19.0 mm was used.The grading of both fine and coarse aggregate satisfies the ASTM C33-03 grading limits as presented in Fig. 2.Marble dust used was obtained in wet form as

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Study of Properties of Concrete using Marble Powder and ...

Marble powder and dredged sand in concrete production, which would reduce both the environmental impact and the production cost. Keywords-Fine aggregate, marble powder, dredged sand, I. INTRODUCTION . Concrete is the important material in the construction other than steel and timber. Its main constituents are cement, sand,

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Cement Replacement in concrete with Marble Dust Powder

easily available was used. Sand is used from Arpa River. Marble dust was collected from processing plant in bilaspur (C.G.). Water is used as per requirement. 1.2 Method of mixing The various ingredients are mixed as per IS code. In the mixing procedure the ordinary Portland cement, dust, sand and aggregate were used.

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(PDF) Impact of Waste Marble Dust on the Sustainability of ...

clear from the fi gure that with the addition of waste. marble dus t, the air content of cement sand mortar. paste decreased from 3.17 % to 16% when waste. marble dust is replaced with cement. It ...

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Properties of concrete incorporating sand and cement with ...

Marble powder is a waste product obtained from marble during its processing. Marble waste is high in calcium oxide content which is cementing property but it creates many ... concrete has reduced use of energy and natural resources which further ... replacement of cement or sand by marble powder for improvement in concrete properties

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Improving The Strength Of Concrete By Partial Replacement ...

IMPROVING THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY MARBLE POWDER SAND WITH GLASS POWDER 1PARVATHAM V, 2P.N.MANONMANI, 3P.A.EDWIN FERNANDO, 4A.MUKKANNAN 1PG Student, 2-4 Assistant Professor/Department of Civil Engineering, Akshaya College of Engineering Technology, Kinathukadavu, Coimbatore.

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A Study on Environmental Impacts of Using Waste Marble ...

requirement of cement and natural aggregates like sand. This research is focused to study the environmental and economical advantages of marble powder as an alternative to cement and

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Cement Replacement in concrete with Marble Dust Powder

easily available was used. Sand is used from Arpa River. Marble dust was collected from processing plant in bilaspur (C.G.). Water is used as per requirement. 1.2 Method of mixing The various ingredients are mixed as per IS code. In the mixing procedure the ordinary Portland cement, dust, sand and aggregate were used.

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A STUDY ON BEHAVIOR OF MARBLE DUST IN CONCRETE

Specific gravity of sand 2.58 and marble dust’s 3.06, thus specific gravity of marble dust is more than sand. Sand has more water content then marble dust. So for preparing concrete mix marble dust require more water to add. Initial setting time of cement was found 45-50 minute. , International .

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Investigation on Strength Properties of Concrete with ...

fine aggregate (sand) and cement were partially replaced with Granite powder and marble powder. The replacement is done by 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% of cement by marble powder and 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% of fine aggregate by granite powder to evaluate the effect of presence of these replacement materials on the strength of specimens.

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An Experimental investigation on utilizations of Marble ...

3.2 COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH - Compressive strength of concrete mixes with various percentage of marble dust as replacement of cement at age of 7 days and 28 days respectively are shown in Fig.3 and Fig.4. From Table 10 and 11 it can be observed that with the replacement of cement with marble dust for 5% 10% there is an increase in the strength at 7days as well as at 28 days.

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History of cement

Cement history. Throughout history, cementing materials have played a vital role and were used widely in the ancient world. The Egyptians used calcined gypsum as a cement and the Greeks and Romans used lime made by heating limestone and added sand to make mortar, with coarser stones for concrete.

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(PDF) EFFECT OF RICE HUSK ASH AND MARBLE POWDER ON ...

Corinaldesi, Moriconi, and Naik (2010) confirmed that concrete with 10% replacement of sand by marble powder showed maximum compressive strengths. Marble powder may also be used as cement replacement material but it depends on its higher fineness and CaO content. Coarser marble powder is suitable only as sand replacement material.

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marble and alabaster manufacturing of cement and sand

The cement manufacturing process involves several key steps, including preparing the raw materials, grinding the materials together, heating the newly formed clinker in a kiln, and finishing the cement with fine grinding.Some of the main ingredients used to make cement include limestone, clay, shale, iron, and sand.

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SIGNIFICANCE OF MARBLE AND PORTLAND CEMENT

The present study was therefore planned to explore the possibility of usage of waste marble powder (WMP) as partial replacement of sand for production of concrete This research work is concerned with the experimental investigation on strength of concrete and optimum percentage of the partial replacement by replacing (OPC) cement via 0%, 10%, 12 ...

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Types of Cement - Different cement types their uses

For this cement type, the slag as obtained from blast furnace is used. The slag is a waste product in the manufacturing process of pig-iron and it contains the basic elements of cement, namely alumina, lime and silica. The clinkers of cement are ground with about 60 to 65 percent of slag.

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cement Definition, Composition, Manufacture, History ...

Mortar is cement mixed with sand or crushed stone that must be less than approximately 5 mm (0.2 inch) in size. Concrete is a mixture of cement, sand or other fine aggregate , and a coarse aggregate that for most purposes is up to 19 to 25 mm (0.75 to 1 inch) in size, but the coarse aggregate may also be as large as 150 mm (6 inches) when ...

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Concrete Production - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Concrete production is a highly intensive energy-consuming process and presently facing a number of challenges in reducing the carbon footprint and making it more economic. Sustainable technologies in maintaining concrete structures are proving to be a great challenge. Microbially induced carbonate precipitation (MICP) has developed as a novel and sustainable technique in improving the ...

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A Study on Environmental Impacts of Using Waste Marble ...

requirement of cement and natural aggregates like sand. This research is focused to study the environmental and economical advantages of marble powder as an alternative to cement and

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(PDF) Impact of Waste Marble Dust on the Sustainability of ...

clear from the fi gure that with the addition of waste. marble dus t, the air content of cement sand mortar. paste decreased from 3.17 % to 16% when waste. marble dust is replaced with cement. It ...

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Experimental Investigation Of Pertial Replacement Of ...

cement in the construction industry gets increased rapidly. Due to the increasing demand for cement, marble powder is used as a partial replacement of cement for economic status. Marble waste is a solid waste material generated from the marble processing and can be used as a filler material in cement while preparing concrete.

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A STUDY ON BEHAVIOR OF MARBLE DUST IN CONCRETE

Specific gravity of sand 2.58 and marble dust’s 3.06, thus specific gravity of marble dust is more than sand. Sand has more water content then marble dust. So for preparing concrete mix marble dust require more water to add. Initial setting time of cement was found 45-50 minute. , International .

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An Experimental investigation on strengths characteristics ...

The advancement of concrete can reduce the consumption of natural resources, energy sources and lessen the burden of pollutants on environment. This project describes the feasibility of using the marble powder in concrete production as partial replacement of cement by weight. In INDIA, the marble processing is one of the most

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Limestone—A Crucial and Versatile Industrial Mineral

Portland cement. Despite our Nation’s abundance of limestone, there have been cement shortages in recent years. Some of the purest of natural lime-stones are marbles. For centuries, marble has been the decorative stone of choice in government buildings and public statues. Travertine is also used as a dimension stone in tiles and tabletops ...

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The Feasibility of Using Marble Cutting Waste in a ...

bricks and cement processing industries consume a significant amount of energy, and release a large quantity of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, leading to environmental and economical problems. In the clay brick industry, about 0.41 kg of carbon dioxide is released per brick [1].

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The Effects of Marble Dust on the Rheological and ...

Recycling industrial waste materials has become an environmental and economic necessity. The utilization of these materials to develop concrete contributes not only to their disposal, but also to the preservation of the environment. This study attempted to evaluate the properties of sprayed concrete with Marble Dust (MD) as partial replacement of concrete components.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF WASTE FOUNDRY SAND AND

ABSTRACT:-Marble dust and Foundry Sand are two of the most widely spread and easily available waste materials that are produced by the industries. Marble Dust is a dust that is generated in the process of cutting of marble stone while foundry sand is a waste product of the metal casting industry.

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Partial Replacement of Cement With Marble Powder in ...

KEYWORDS: Cement (53 grade), Marble powder, Fine aggregate (M-sand), Coarse aggregate (20mm size). 1.INTRODUCTION: This paper aims to focus on the possibilities of using waste materials from different manufacturing activities in the preparation of innovative mortar and concrete. Marble stone industry generates both solid waste and stone slurry.

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Material Weights - Harmony Sand Gravel

Approximate Weights of Various Construction Material Per Cubic Yard. Most of Harmony Sand Gravel’s products will weight approximately 2,840 pounds per cubic yard or about 1.42 tons per cubic yard. For estimating purposes, most Contractor’s consider the yield to be 3,000 pounds per cubic yard or 1.5 tons per cubic yard.

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A study of the chemical effect of marble and granite ...

Feb 04, 2020  Ornamental stones, specifically marble and granite, are common building materials being widely used in construction processes. Handling as well as disposal of these stones’ wastes is considered one of the major environmental and land pollution problems due to both its highly alkaline nature, and its manufacturing and processing techniques, which impose a health threat to the surroundings ...

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Cement - Extraction and processing Britannica

Cement - Cement - Extraction and processing: Raw materials employed in the manufacture of cement are extracted by quarrying in the case of hard rocks such as limestones, slates, and some shales, with the aid of blasting when necessary. Some deposits are mined by underground methods. Softer rocks such as chalk and clay can be dug directly by excavators.

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Use of Marble Waste Dust Powder Partially Replacing Cement ...

Use of Marble Waste Dust Powder Partially Replacing Cement in Concrete. I. Issn 2349-7688. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper.

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