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  • Recycling of Concrete (Recycling Coarse Aggregate) IJERT

    Recycling of Concrete (Recycling Coarse Aggregate) written by Vinod Kumar Kumawat, Brijesh Kumar, Mayank Kumar Mehra published on 2018/04/24 download full article with reference data and citations. Aggregate Crushing value test: This test was performed as per IS: 2386 (Part IV) 1963. The crushing value of RCA was 20%.

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  • Utilisation of Recycled Aggregate as Coarse Aggregate in

    research, recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) from site-tested concrete specimens were used. These consist of 28-days concrete cubes after compression test obtained from a local construction site. These concrete cubes are crushed to suitable size and reused as recycled coarse aggregate.

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  • Use of RECYCLED AGGREGATES In CONCRETE- A Paradigm Shift

    The result of sieve analysis carried out as per IS 2386 for different types of crushed recycled concrete aggregate and natural aggregates. It is found that recycled coarse aggregate are reduced to various sizes during the process of crushing and sieving (by a sieve of

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate an overview ScienceDirect

    The RCAs, coded new recycled concrete aggregates (NRCAs), were obtained from crushing a batch of new concrete produced by a ready-mixed concrete supplier after 6 months of outdoor curing. The crushed NRCAs were further sieved into three size fractions: 10–20, 5–10, 2.36–5 and <5 mm.

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate Safety Crushed Stone, Sand

    Recycled Concrete Aggregate Safety. These days, most of us are passionate about reducing, reusing and recycling. Even so, the sound of “recycled concrete” can be a little bit disconcerting. We tend to think of concrete as being extremely sturdy and reliable, but does recycled concrete produce the same results? The answer is yes.

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate Texas Department of

    TxDOT reclaims and reuses about one million tons of recycled concrete pavement (RCA) annually. Our suppliers crush and separate the material into several grades of hard, granular mineral aggregates suitable for various applications. On some projects, contractors crush, or rubblize, pavement in place to save the cost of transporting the material.

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  • The Environmental Impact of Recycled Concrete

    Katz (2003) investigated the compressive strength of concrete which was crushed to serve as a source of aggregate for new concretes. In the investigation it can be noted that as smaller is the crushed aggregate as higher is the water absorption. Coarse aggregates among 9.54 to 25 mm had absorption of 3.3% in 28 days.

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  • Use of Crushed/Recycled Concrete as Drainable Base/Subbase

    Recycling of Concrete • Aggregate in concrete comprise about –80 to 85 percent of the mix by mass –60 to 75 percent of the mix by volume • Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) –Crushed aggregate from existing concrete –Consists of high-quality, well-graded aggregates (usually mineral aggregates), bonded by a hardened cementitious paste 6

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate an overview ScienceDirect

    The RCAs, coded new recycled concrete aggregates (NRCAs), were obtained from crushing a batch of new concrete produced by a ready-mixed concrete supplier after 6 months of outdoor curing. The crushed NRCAs were further sieved into three size fractions: 10–20, 5–10, 2.36–5 and <5 mm.

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  • Effect of Recycled Coarse Aggregate Type on Concrete

    The types of aggregate used represent the three main constituents within recycled aggregates: unbound stone, crushed concrete, and crushed brick. Tests for mechanical properties of different types of recycled aggregate included crushing value and abrasion resistance.

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  • Utilisation of Recycled Aggregate as Coarse Aggregate in

    research, recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) from site-tested concrete specimens were used. These consist of 28-days concrete cubes after compression test obtained from a local construction site. These concrete cubes are crushed to suitable size and reused as recycled coarse aggregate.

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  • Recycled Concrete as Aggregate for Structural Concrete

    Waste concrete for recycling: concrete cubes and precast column. Figure 2. Recycled material after (a) primary and (b) secondary crushing. a b Crushed concrete particles were separated into standard fractions of coarse aggregate (4–8 mm, 8–16 mm and 16–31.5 mm), as seen in Figure 3. Figure 3. Recycled concrete aggregate fractions.

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  • Environment Friendly Concrete by Replacement of Coarse

    crushed down to the size of coarse aggregate(10mm-16.5mm) and directly used with different percentages to partially replace coarse aggregate in concrete. 2) Methodology • Concrete mix design Mix design for concrete grade M15 was designed as per IS 10262 (2009)[6]. This conventional concrete mixture was free of waste

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  • (PDF) Recycled concrete aggregates ResearchGate

    But CDW is composed of up to 40% concrete [2], therefore, recycling this proportion of construction debris into aggregate in new concrete would serve as a huge relief to the current problems [3

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate Texas Department of

    TxDOT reclaims and reuses about one million tons of recycled concrete pavement (RCA) annually. Our suppliers crush and separate the material into several grades of hard, granular mineral aggregates suitable for various applications. On some projects, contractors crush, or rubblize, pavement in place to save the cost of transporting the material.

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  • The Environmental Impact of Recycled Concrete

    Katz (2003) investigated the compressive strength of concrete which was crushed to serve as a source of aggregate for new concretes. In the investigation it can be noted that as smaller is the crushed aggregate as higher is the water absorption. Coarse aggregates among 9.54 to 25 mm had absorption of 3.3% in 28 days.

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  • Recycled Concrete Aggregate Safety Crushed Stone, Sand

    Recycled Concrete Aggregate Safety. These days, most of us are passionate about reducing, reusing and recycling. Even so, the sound of “recycled concrete” can be a little bit disconcerting. We tend to think of concrete as being extremely sturdy and reliable, but does recycled concrete produce the same results? The answer is yes.

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  • Recycled Concrete: The Pros and Cons Crushed Stone, Sand

    Recycled Concrete Aggregate At-A-Glance. When a concrete sidewalk, road, parking lot, or structure needs to be excavated and replaced, the concrete is often discarded into a landfill. Because chunks of concrete are not biodegradable and are unable to decompose over time, the waste takes up a great deal of space and creates environmental concerns.

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  • Suitability Investigation of Recycled Concrete Aggregates

    Physical and mechanical characteristics of recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) acquired from concrete waste are thoroughly examined. Though the RCA exhibited relatively lesser performance compared with the natural coarse aggregate (NCA), it reveals the same properties as of normal-weight aggregates in several instances.

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  • (PDF) Recycled Glass Concrete: Coarse and Fine Aggregates

    Conventional concrete aggregate consists of sand (fine aggregate) and various sizes and shapes of gravel or stones (coarse aggregate). However, there is a growing interest in substituting

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  • Use of Crushed/Recycled Concrete as Drainable

    Recycling of Concrete • Aggregate in concrete comprise about –80 to 85 percent of the mix by mass –60 to 75 percent of the mix by volume • Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) –Crushed aggregate from existing concrete –Consists of high-quality, well-graded aggregates (usually mineral aggregates), bonded by a hardened cementitious paste 6

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  • Recycled Aggregate Concrete: Applications, Advantages

    Recycled Aggregate can be used in the following constructions. Can be used for constructing gutters, pavements etc. Large pieces of crushed aggregate can be used for building revetments which in turn is very useful in controlling soil erosion. Recycled concrete rubbles can be used as coarse aggregate in concrete.

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