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Project Report on Copper Slag in Concrete

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The Behaviour of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Fine ...

laboratory by replacing Copper Slag as fine aggregate with proportions (by weight) of Copper Slag added to concrete mixtures were as follows: 0% (for the control mix), 10%, 20%, 30% & 40% and GGBS as Cement with proportions (by weight) of GGBS added to concrete …

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Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

cement Grade 53 Fine Aggregate : Natural sand (river sand) Coarse Aggregate: Crushed aggregate maximum size of 20mm Water : Tap water. Copper slag Table.1.Cement Properties Table2.Fine Aggregate Properties Test Particulars Result Obtained Requirments As Per Is 12269-1970 Specific gravity 2.54 2.60 – 2.90

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Utilization of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregates in Cement ...

[5] investigate the feasibility of using copper slag, as a partial replacement of sand in the preparation of pavement quality concrete (PQC) and dry lean concrete (DLC) mixesand concluded that a blend of stone dust with copper slag content up to 40% could be used as fine aggregate …

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON COPPER SLAG AS FINE ...

The specific gravity of fine aggregate is 2.60. The coarse aggregate used in this study is 20mm and 10mm sizes. And it is obtained from a quarry near Chinkurli, Pandavapura taluk, Mandya district. The specific gravity of coarse aggregate is found to be 2.63. 3.1.3 Copper slag Copper slag is one of the waste material obtained

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Effect of copper slag as fine aggregate replacement in ...

The objective of the present study is to utilize high volume copper slag (i.e. ) as a replacement to fine aggregate and partially replacing cement with Nano silica. The work is carried out in two phases. In the first phase, the fine aggregate is replaced with copper slag in different percentages of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and .

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Copper slag as fine aggregate for high performance concrete

Use of copper slag in concrete industry as replacement of cement or/and fine aggregates can have the benefit of reducing the costs of disposal and minimising environmental pollution [1,2]. Little research work has been conducted to investigate the potential use of copper slag as fine aggregate on the properties of normal concrete. Akihiko and

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Replacement of Aggregates by Industrial Waste Steel Slag ...

Steel slag is currently used as aggregate in hot mix asphalt surface applications, but there is a need for some additional work to determine the feasibility of utilizing this industrial by-product more wisely as a replacement for both fine and coarse aggregates in a conventional concrete mixture.

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Green Concrete using GGBS, River Pebbles and CRF as ...

mixture of cement, water, fine and coarse aggregates and often, chemical and mineral admixtures. Cement and fine aggregate is the main ingredient used to make concrete, which are obtained from natural resources. Cement is an artificial material manufactured with the naturally available limestone, silica and gypsum.

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Use of waste copper slag, a sustainable material ...

Many researchers have investigated the use of copper slag in the production of cement, mortar, and concrete as mixed with lime stone powder, dust, cement replacement, use as partial replacement of coarse, and fine aggregates. The use of copper slag in cement and concrete provides potential environmental as well as economic benefits for all ...

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(PDF) Partial Replacement of Copper Slag as Fine Aggregate

Therefore, it is recommended that up to 40–50% (by weight of sand) of copper slag can be used as a replacement for fine aggregates in order to obtain a concrete with good strength and durability ...

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Effect of Copper Slag on Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete ...

Nov 13, 2019· Leema Rose A & SuganyaP (2015), 'Performance of Copper Slag on Strength and Durability Properties as Partial Replacement of Fine aggregate in Concrete…

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Properties of Concrete Using Copper Slag as a Substitute ...

Copper slag, in amounts of 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100 percent, was substituted for fine aggregate in cement mortar and concrete. The fineness modulus of the combination of copper slag and fine aggregate was roughly 2.6, the optimum fineness modulus for concrete mix design. At this value, workability was found to be satisfactory with minimal ...

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PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS OF COPPER SLAG IN CONCRETE

Properties And Effects Of Copper Slag In Concrete 48 Table 2.7 Physical Properties of Coarse Aggregates, Fine Aggregates and Copper Slag Table 2.8 Chemical Analysis of Copper Slag 3 Table 2.9 Mix Proportions (Kg / m3) and Mix Ratio and tested at 7,28 and 56 days of curing in water Table 2.10 Sizes and Types of Moulds Used for Testing III.

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Research Paper PERFORMANCE OF COPPER SLAG ON …

Table 3.1 Sieve Analysis of fine and Coarse Aggregate, Bottom Ash and Copper Slag. 3.2 Mix design and sample preparation Concrete mixtures with different proportions of Copper slag used as a partial or full substitute for fine aggregates were prepared in order to investigate the effect of Copper slag substitution on the strength

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Durability of Concrete with Copper Slag Fine Aggregate

Many concrete engineers are eager to find fine aggregate sources other than the traditional river and sea sand. Copper slag fine aggregate is expected to be one of the alternatives although the location where the copper slag is available is limited. In this paper, some characteristics of concrete with copper slag will be clarified.

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Concrete with copper slag fine aggregate - Okayama University

The copper slag has been used for cement material, sand blasting, reclamation and so on. However, most of the copper slag is stacked high as waste since the production exceeds demand. This study on the application of copper slag as fine aggregate for concrete has been started with the expectation of large amounts of consumption. Many ...

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Utilization of copper slag in cement and concrete ...

It was noticed that the use of copper slag as fine aggregate could greatly increase the abrasion resistance of the cement mortar (Tang et al., 2000). Hwang and Laiw (1989) evaluated the compressive strength development of mortars and concrete containing fine copper slag aggregate with different water to cement ratios (Fig. 4, Fig. 5).

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copper slag used as a fine aggregate in concrete

Use of copper slag in concrete industry as replacement of cement or/and fine aggregates can have the benefit of reducing the costs of disposal and minimising environmental pollution [1,2]. Little research work has been conducted to investigate the potential use of copper slag as fine aggregate on the properties of normal concrete.

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Hierarchical Order of Influence of Mix Variables Affecting ...

In the present study, the combination of fly ash, silica fume, and copper slag as partial replacement is used for both cement and fine aggregate. Since superplasticizer is a must to be used if copper slag is used as substitute for fine aggregate, it is used in concrete making. Creep is one of the major problems faced in large concrete girder.

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Utilization of Copper Slag in M-Sand as Partial ...

copper slag concrete w.r.t conventional concrete V. CONCLUSION By our Project, we conclude that strength of concrete increased by the replacement of M-sand by copper slag, saves concrete material cost. Here we are using OPC of 53 grade, Well graded coarse and fine aggregate. 30% copper slag replacement showed Maximum workability.

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Concrete mix design using copper slag as fine aggregate

Nov 10, 2014· Concrete mix design using copper slag as fine aggregate Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.

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SCOPE OF REPLACING FINE AGGREGATE WITH COPPER SLAG IN ...

Jan 27, 2016· The obtained results were compared with those of control concrete made with ordinary Portland cement and sand shows that the Maximum Compressive strength of concrete increased by 55% at 40% replacement of fine aggregate by copper slag, and up to 75%replacement, concrete gain more strength than control mix concrete strength.

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Performance of Copper slag and ferrous slag as partial ...

copper slag can be used as a partial replacement for sand as fine aggregate in concrete up to 40% in pavement grade concrete with out any loss of cohesiveness and the compressive and flexural strength of such concretes is about 20% higher than that of conventional cement

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Why is slag used in concrete? - Quora

Jun 27, 2018· Hi… Copper slag is used in High Performance Concrete. By using the copper slag in concrete as the partial replacement for fine aggregate i.e., sand, the ...

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Effect of copper slag as a fine aggregate on the ...

An experimental investigation was conducted to study the effect of using copper slag as a fine aggregate on the properties of cement mortars and concrete. Various mortar and concrete mixtures were prepared with different proportions of copper slag ranging from 0% (for the control mixture) to as fine aggregates replacement.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CONCRETE WITH COPPER SLAG …

following aspects of cement mortar and cement concrete. Evaluation of copper slag based on cement mortar in brick masonry construction. The percentage of copper slag used for replacement of river sand are 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%. Cement sand mortar joint thickness of 10 and 15mm.

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Copper Slag - General Information, Process, Products ...

The copper slag, the by product of the melting plant of Lac, north Albania can be used successfully as Portland cement substitute in the cement industry. Copper slag is one of the materials that is considered as a waste material which could have a promising future in construction industry as partial substitute of either cement or aggregates.

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