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cockle shell as a replacement of aggregate in concrete

Exploratory study on the use of cockle shell as partial ...

various percentage of crushed cockle shell as partial fine aggregate replacement towards workability of concrete. 3.2 Scope of study Investigate the effect of cockle shell as partial coarse & fine aggregate replacement towards workability, compressive strength and tensile strength of concrete. There are four

Effects of Crushed Oyster Shell on Strength and Durability ...

concrete so as to recycle the waste, reduce cement and aggregate consumptions and improve concrete performance has become a popular research topic [1 – use of cockle shell as coarse aggregate replacement could 5]. Particularly, the industrial waste including fly ash (FA) and blastfurnace slag (BS) are nowadays commonly used as

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Cockle shell: a potential partial coarse aggregate replacement in concrete K Muthusamy, NA Sabri International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology 1 (4), 260-267, 2012

Cockle Shell as Mixing Ingredient in Concrete: A Review ...

The mechanical properties of concrete containing crushed cockle shell as partial fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and cement replacement were examined and reported in this paper. Cockle shell powder was used as cement replacement up to 75%. To sum up, the use of cockle shell is an appealing option for the construction industry and sustainable ...

The Effects of Using Ground Cockle Seashells as an ...

Compressive strength of concrete with partial replacement of aggregates with granite powder and cockle shell. Malaysian Journal of Civil Engineering, 28(2), pp. 183-204. Prusty, J.K., & Patro, S.K., 2015. Properties of fresh and hardened concrete using agrowaste as partial replacement of coarse aggregate-a review.

Partial Replacement of Oyster Shells as Coarse Aggregate ...

aggregate replacement in concrete'. This paper presents the result on the workability and compressive strength on concrete containing various percentage of cockle shell content as partial coarse aggregate replacement. Concrete mixes containing 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% cockle shell replacement level were cast before subjected

(PDF) Cockle Shell: A Potential Partial Coarse Aggregate ...

In this study, crushed and uncrushed cockle shells are used as replacement material for coarse aggregate in the preparation of M40 grade eco-concrete (0% to 30% at an …

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cockle shell as partial sand replacement in POFA cement sand brick were investigated. The properties of this newly developed POFA cement sand brick containing pulverized cockle shell are determined. 2. Methodology . 2.1. Materials . Cement, river sand, water, palm oil fuel ash and cockle shells are among the materials used in specimen preparation.

Mechanical Properties of Seashell Concrete

Blood clam or cockle (Anadara granosa) shell is a type of marine by -product that can be used to rep lace aggregate or cement partially in concrete. In this research, the ground cockle seashell was used as a partial cement replacement. The ground seashells were prepared by burning, crushing, grinding and filtering the cockle using no #200 sieve ...

Cockle Shell A Potential Partial Coarse Aggregate ...

cockle shell content as partial coarse aggregate replacement. Concrete mixes containing 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% cockle shell replacement level were cast before subjected to water curing for 28 days. Workability test and compressive strength test were conducted in accordance to BSEN 12350 and BSEN 12390 respectively. Results

Cockle Shell as Partial Sand Replacement in Concrete

Leader : Nur Alwani binti Abdul LatifInstitution : Politeknik Kuching SarawakMembers : Tengku Juliani Tengku Mamat, Haliza Ab. KarimRef. No : 1781Cat. : A2:...

Mechanical and durability assessment of concrete ...

Seashells have been used as partial replacement for fine or coarse aggregate of concrete in var-ious percentages, as admixtures in a concrete mix, partial cement replacement, and the devel-opment of pervious concrete. The use of sea-shells in concrete production reduces environmental pollution and …

Improvement of the permeable concrete from cockle, rice ...

[4] K. Muthusamy, N.A. Sabri, Cockle Shell: A Potential Partial Coarse Aggregate Replacement in Concrete, International Journal of Science, 1(4), 2012, 260 - 267. [5] B.Đ. Thiên, V.V.T. Ân, P.G. Nam, Nghiên cứu ảnh hưởng của hỗn hợp phụ gia tro trấu - tro bay đến tính chất cơ lý của chất lượng cao, Tạp chí ...

crushed concrete sand replacement in pdf

Sea shells used as partial aggregate replacement in concrete. Nov 04, 2013 · The results showed a reduction in compressive strength when 50 per cent of sea shells were used as an aggregate replacement, for both sand and gravel, compared to the control sample. Crushed and graded sea shells used in concrete displayed a lower porosity ...

Characterization of lightweight cement concrete with ...

Characterization of lightweight cement concrete with partial replacement of coconut shell fine aggregate Coconut shell,Lightweight aggregate,Lightweight concrete,Compressive strength,Mechanical properties

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT …

aggregate in concrete with Cockle shell may be the calcium rich nature of cockle shell. The other ingredient that is partially replaced w ith fine agg regate is granite powde r which is very fine ...

Experiments on Replacement of Coconut Shell as Coarse ...

"properties of concrete with coconut shell as aggregate replacement," International Journal of Engineering inventions, vol.1, issue 6, October 2012. [2] Kabiru Usman Rogo and saleh abubakar, "Exploratory study of coconut shell as a coarse aggregate in concrete," journal of engineering and applied sciences, vol.2, December 2010.

Markandeya Raju Ponnada*, S Siva Prasad & Harish Dharmala

scallop shells as the aggregate replacement could decrease the mechanical properties and increase the porosity because of an increase of entrapped air in concrete. Uncrushed cockle shells could replace aggregate partially up to 20% with an increase in compressive strength than normal concrete.

Cockle shell ash replacement for cement and filler in concrete

Concrete mixes containing 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% cockle shell replacement level were cast before subjected to water curing for 28 days. Workability test and compressive strength test ...

(PDF) Sustainable Concrete Using Periwinkle Shell As ...

Concrete the most widely used construction material is composed mainly of aggregate (fine and coarse), cement and water. The cost of this concrete ingredient is equally (PDF) Sustainable Concrete Using Periwinkle Shell As Coarse Aggregate -A Review | Michael A Onugba - Academia.edu

Partially Replacement of Regional (Dhangadhra) Coarse ...

So stone chips aggregate in concrete can save the stone industry disposal costs and produce a „greener‟ concrete for construction. B. Authors:-K. Muthusamy and N. A. Sabri This experiment is based on cockle shell. This cockle shell should be use as a coarse aggregate in this experiment. Main source of cockle shell is sea.

Mechanical Properties of Seashell Concrete - ScienceDirect

Blood clam or cockle (Anadara granosa) shell is a type of marine by-product that can be used to replace aggregate or cement partially in concrete.In this research, the ground cockle seashell was used as a partial cement replacement. The ground seashells were prepared by burning, crushing, grinding and filtering the cockle using no #200 sieve.

Cockle Shell: A Potential Partial Coarse Aggregate ...

This paper presents the result on the workability and compressive strength of concrete containing various percentage of cockle shell content as partial coarse aggregate replacement. Concrete mixes containing 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% cockle shell replacement level were cast before subjected to water curing for 28 days.

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT …

Granite powder and cockle shell are adopted as partial replacements to fine and coarse aggregate respectively. It is concluded from the study that maximum strength is attained with a combination of granite powder and cockle shell at 20% and 15% partial replacements of fine and coarse aggregate respectively for M30 grade Concrete.

Sea shells used as partial aggregate replacement in concrete

It is observed that the increment in cockle shells reduces the density of concrete and the compressive strength of eco-concrete shows better results at 25% replacement of uncrushed cockle shells ...

Compressive strength of˜concrete with˜palm kernel shell …

concrete incorporated with palm kernel shells adopting a mix ratio of 1:1:2and /of 0.5.PKSCbeam at 28days showed flexural strength of 2.883˚N/m2 and deflec-0.947mm indicating resistance t3981N. Eet˚al.[20]tried to compare the effects of cockle and palm kernel shell on pervious concrete pavement.

[PDF] Cockle Shell: A Potential Partial Coarse Aggregate ...

This paper presents the result on the workability and compressive strength of concrete containing various percentage of cockle shell content as partial coarse aggregate replacement. Concrete mixes containing 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% cockle shell replacement level were cast before subjected to water curing for 28 days.

Experiments on Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell as ...

The various waste materials are used such as coconut shell, cockle shell, periwinkle shell, foundry sand etc. so here in my project I will use coconut shell waste as replacement of coarse aggregate by different percentage for making concrete of different grade like M …

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF …

partial replace of coarse aggregate in solving part of natural aggregate. The various waste materials are used such as coconut shell, cockle shell, periwinkle shell, foundry sand etc. so here in our project we will use coconut shell waste as replacement of coarse aggregate by different percentage for making concrete of different grade like M-25.

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Experimental study on the partial replacement of coarse aggregate by cockleshell in concrete" Research day SRMIST Feb- 2020" Modeling analysis and selection of suitable structural systems for load and soil condition. "Research day SRMIST 2019".

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background

replacement of coarse aggregate to produce brick concrete for structural construction. The additional of cockleshell in the sawdust concrete mixture will give the positive result of the concrete strength of the concrete. Created Date:

Research Articles | Challenge Journal of Concrete Research ...

This paper discusses the effect of finely crushed cockle shell as partial fine aggregate replacement towards compressive strength, flexural strength and water absorption of cement sand brick. A total of six mixes have been used in this experimental work. Brick produced river sand is considered as control specimen.

Comparing the effects of oil palm kernel shell and cockle ...

palm kernel shell (OPKS) and cockleshell (CS) as partial replacement of natural coarse aggregate on properties of pervious concrete pavement. Thirteen mixtures were made, in which 6.30-mm natural gravel was replaced with 0, 25, 50 and 75% of 6.30-mm and 4.75-mm of both shells.