Lack of availability of fine aggregates can be compensated. 4. MATERIALS & TESTS 4.1. Sawdust Sawdust is obtained from wood. The saw dust consist of chippings from various hardwoods. It was sundried and kept in waterproof bags .The sawdust is sieved through 1.18mm. Fig-1: Sawdust Table-1: Chemical characteristics of saw dust
the fine aggregate. It is also used to analyze the effect of sawdust concrete in terms of workability, adhesion of aggregates and etc. After preparing the concrete block, the difference in weight between the original concrete and the sawdust concrete block is also tested. The sawdust is mixed in definite proportions with the concrete.
Sawdust can be used as alternative substitute for fine aggregate in concrete production [8, 10]. Sawdust should be washed and cleaned before use as concrete constituent because of large amount of bark which can affect setting and hydration of cement.
Abstract. This experimental study is aimed to create a concrete mixture consisting of sawdust which replaces the fine aggregate. It is also used to analyze the effect of sawdust concrete in terms ...
This experimental study is aimed to create a concrete mixture consisting of sawdust which replaces the fine aggregate. It is also used to analyze the effect of sawdust concrete in terms of ...
Saw dust ash, Pozzolan, Workability, Compressive strength Keywords this research considered the use of saw dust ash as a pozzolan in the pro- ... Sawdust ash Fine aggregate Coarse aggregate Water Control 21.48 0 42.96 85.92 10.74 0.50 SDA-5 20.41 1.074 42.96 85.92 10.74 0.50
(PDF) IRJET Use of Saw Dust as Fine Aggregate . INTRODUCTION industrial wastes to useful building and construction Concrete is a mixture of cement, fine and coarse aggregates materials Sawdust is an industrial waste, byproduct of and water, which are mixed in a specific proportion to get a cutting, grinding, drilling, sanding, or otherwise pulverizing particular strength
Tomas U. Ganiron Jr (2014), Effect of Sawdust as Fine Aggregate in Concrete Mixture for Building Construction, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, Vol.63, 73-82. Malay M. Patel, Ankit J. Patel, Jay H. Patel and Kushagra T. Rawal (2014), Review Paper on Partial Replacement of Concrete Ingredients, International Journal for ...
fine aggregate. Sawdust obtained from a saw-milling company was also used as partial replacement for the fine aggregates. Standard brick mortar with a mix design ratio of 1:3 (cement: sand) and w/c ratio of 0.55 was prepared for the experiment. The fine aggregate was partially replaced with the sawdust…
This experimental study aimed to develop an acceptable concrete mixture with sawdust particles as substitute to fine aggregate that can be used for building construction particularly in residential class concrete slab and analyze the effect of sawdust concrete mixture in terms of adhesion of aggregates, thermal insulation, workability and surface quality.
satisfactorily used to predict the compressive strength of Saw-Dust-Palm Kernel Shell concrete. From analysis of this study, Sawdust and Palm Kernel Shell can be used to replace fine and coarse aggregate in light weight pavement construction accommodating less traffic. Keywords: Palm Kernel Shell, Sawdust, Slump, Compressive Strength
International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) e-ISSN: 2395-0056 Volume: 05 Issue: 09 | Sep 2018 p-ISSN: 2395-0072 Use of Saw Dust as Fine Aggregate in Concrete Mixture Mr. Tilak L.N1, Mr. Santhosh Kumar M.B1, Mr. Manvendra Singh2, Mr. Niranjan3 1Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, JSS Academy of Technical Education Noida., up, India.
production. Concrete mix ratio of 1:2:4 was used and replaced with fine aggregate at 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% with soligum treated sawdust. From the tests conducted, it was observed that increase in sawdust resulted in decrease in the compressive strength of the concrete. Also it was observed that increase in the sawdust content
incorporating sawdust wastes and laterite Adebayo Olatunbosun Sojobi1,2* Abstract: This research investigates the performance of sawdust wastes and laterite as an alternative lightweight fine aggregate and cementitious material respectively in eco-friendly lightweight interlocking concrete paving units (ICPU) using a mix ratio of 1:2:4.
Figure 2.5 Grading limits for fine aggregate 13 Figure 2.6 Coarse Sawdust 16 Figure 2.7 Fine Sawdust 16 Figure 2.8 Wood Shaving 17 Figure 2.9 Amount of polluted rivers in Malaysia from 2005 to 2012 18 Figure 2.10 Destructive of a river from sand mining 18 Figure 2.11 Environmental Pollution 19 Figure 3.1 Portland cement 22
The percentage replacements of fine aggregates by sawdust were varied from 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and .This was done to determine the optimum percentage that would give the most favorable result. However, dry mix method was used for concrete constituent before the addition of water.
Abstract. This experimental study aimed to develop an acceptable concrete mixture with sawdust particles as substitute to fine aggregate that can be used for building construction particularly in residential class concrete slab and analyze the effect of sawdust concrete mixture in terms of adhesion of aggregates, thermal insulation, workability and surface quality.
Fine aggregates had replaced by waste glass powder as 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% by weight for M-25 mix. The concrete specimens had tested for compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, durability (water absorption) and density at 28 days of age and the …
sandcrete blocks were produced in percentage by weighting the fine aggregate and sawdust as partial replacement in fine aggregate for sandcrete blocks in 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% respectively. Ranging from 0% to 20% replacement for fine aggregate and saw dust. The specimens were made in accordance with Nigeria Building codespecifications.
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However, another study demonstrated that using sawdust as partial replacement of fine aggregate up to 25% will contributes to reduction in sawdust waste generation without adversely affecting concrete strength . Close relations were predicted by using groundnut shells for partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete .
The cost of construction has been on the increase which has become a concern to both individuals and government of especially developing countries, and that is why this study is aimed at using available cheap materials (sawdust) in concrete production. Concrete mix ratio of 1:2:4 was used and replaced with fine aggregate at 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% with soligum treated sawdust.
Key Words: Compressive strength, Concrete, Sawdust, Light weight concrete, Fine Aggregate. 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is a mixture of cement, fine and coarse aggregates and water, which are mixed in a specific proportion to get a particular strength. Both cement and water react together chemically to form a paste, which binds the aggregate
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Fine aggregates The fine aggregates in this study is the commercially available sand used in general construction and sawdust that is procured locally from the Cavite area and is sieved first by the no. 8 sieve before mixing into the plaster mix proportion. These fine aggregates were subjected to fine aggregate quality testing prior to mixing ...
concrete and to find the saw dust content required to attain maximum compressive strength. Adding saw dust to the mix by partially replacing fine aggregate to cast concrete specimens. The saw dust have to add by 10, 20 & 30 percentage of weight of the fine aggregates to compare with conventional concrete.
for fine aggregate in concrete production. Sawdust should be washed and cleaned before use as concrete constituent because of large amount of bark which can affect setting and hydration of cement. Concrete obtained from sawdust is a mixture of sawdust, gravel with certain percentage of water to entrance the workability and full
Dec 01, 2016· Mageswari and Vidivelli (2009) reported, that as a substitution material for natural sand, sawdust ash might be the right choice as fine aggregate in concrete. It can considerably reduce the dumping problem and simultaneously helps the preservation of natural fine aggregate. Get Price.
Introduction to fine aggregates: The maximum size used is 80 mm and the range of 80 mm to 4.75 mn is known as coarse aggregate and 4.75 to 150 µm is called fine aggregate. Size 4.75 mm is common for both fine and coarse fractions. Qualities of fine aggregates: Fine aggregate should be clean i.e. it should be free from lumps, organic material, etc.
Uses of saw dust in concrete The rising costs of building construction in developing countries have been a source of concern to government and private developers. This study investigated the use of sawdust as partial replacement for fine aggregates in concrete production. Sawdust was used to replace fine aggregates from 0% to 50% in steps of 10%.
Most of building rubbles or wastes contain some damaged materials such as cement, brick, steel, ceramic, plastic and other substances. Among these materials, ceramic and brick when using both of them as a partial replacement by the weight of conventional coarse aggregate in mixture concrete with presence of variety ratios ( 10% to 30%) for sawdust as replacement of fine aggregate, the ...
The study determined the strength of concrete mixture with sand and concrete mixture with sawdust in three different curing periods; 7 days, 16 days and 28 days. Experimental method was used by the researchers for it examined and investigated the possibility of using sawdust as a fine aggregate in concrete mixture with both mixtures categorized ...
hence, the saw dust ash and coal dust as fine aggregate decreases the value for modulus of elasticity; 5) The use of saw dust ash and coal dust as an alternative fine aggregate decreases the amount of material cost for concrete due to replaced aggregate.; 6) There is a …
sawdust, recycled aggregate and brickbats as a partial replacement for cement and ..... Hence, saw dust may be considered as fine aggregate in concrete. >>Get More Details.
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