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01/07/2011  Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA).

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust fine aggregates S.N. Raman*, T. Ngo, P. Mendis The University of Melbourne, Victoria, 3010 Australia (*Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia ...

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Abstract Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA). Two grades of HSC mixes, to achieve 60 MPa and 70 MPa at 28 days, were designed with and ...

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand Tuan Ngo IntroductionCement and concrete production consumes enormous amounts of natural resources and aggregates, thereby causing substantial energy and environmental losses.

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Request PDF High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities.

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA). Two grades of HSC mixes, to achieve 60MPa and 70MPa at 28days, were designed with and without the ...

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

Abstract Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA). Two grades of HSC mixes, to achieve 60 MPa and 70 MPa at 28 days, were designed with and ...

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand. Construction and Building Materials, 2011. Hilmi Mahmud. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 26 Full PDFs related to this paper. Read Paper. High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand .

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04/01/2019  High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA). Two grades of HSC mixes, to achieve 60MPa and 70MPa at 28days, were designed with and without the ...

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry ...

Quarry dust is a by-product from the granite crushing process in quarrying activities. This paper presents the findings from experimental work undertaken to evaluate the suitability of quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in high-strength concrete (HSC) containing rice husk ash (RHA). Two grades of HSC mixes, to achieve 60 MPa and 70 ...

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High-strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand By: et.al Raman, S.N. Material type: Article Subject(s): Compressive strength, Mechanical properties, Initial surface absorption, Superplasticizer High-strength concrete (HSC) Quarry dust Rice husk ash (RHA) Summary: Construction and Building Materials [Elsevier, USA,Amsterdam], 25(7); Jul ...

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Production of high strength concrete incorporating an ...

04/11/2010  Production of high strength concrete incorporating an agricultural waste - rice husk ash Abstract: Rice husk which is an agricultural waste, constitutes about one-fifth of the 500 million tonnes of rice produced annually worldwide. Normally, the residue is disposed off by burning at the mill sites and the resultant rice husk ash (RHA) is dumped on a waste land. This generates environmental ...

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Effect of Rice Husk Ash on Strength and Durability of High ...

This paper reports the strength and durability properties of high strength high performance concrete incorporating rice husk ash (RHA) having high silica, low carbon content and appropriate fineness. In this study concrete containing 10%, 15% and 20% RHA as cement replacement and water to binder ratio of 0.25 were investigated. The results show that increasing amount of RHA increases the ...

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Strength Characteristics Of Concrete Made With Rice Husk ...

The incorporation of RHA as a partial replacement of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) results to changes in three factors namely: water-cement ratio, aggregate-cement ration, and cement type [11]. When Rice Husk Ash (RHA) is introduced into concrete, water requirement increases [6 and 23], While the cement content decreases (as part of the cement is replaced with RHA) resulting in an increase in ...

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Production of high strength concrete incorporating an ...

04/11/2010  Production of high strength concrete incorporating an agricultural waste - rice husk ash Abstract: Rice husk which is an agricultural waste, constitutes about one-fifth of the 500 million tonnes of rice produced annually worldwide. Normally, the residue is disposed off by burning at the mill sites and the resultant rice husk ash (RHA) is dumped on a waste land. This generates environmental ...

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Effect of Rice Husk Ash on Strength and Durability of High ...

This paper reports the strength and durability properties of high strength high performance concrete incorporating rice husk ash (RHA) having high silica, low carbon content and appropriate fineness. In this study concrete containing 10%, 15% and 20% RHA as cement replacement and water to binder ratio of 0.25 were investigated. The results show that increasing amount of RHA increases the ...

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Influence of Rice Husk Ash on the properties of Concrete ...

Keywords: rice husk ash, concrete, mechanical properties, durability, workability Abstract: Rice husk ash (RHA), produced by burning rice husk under controlled conditions, due to its high activity and high specific surface area, can be applied to concrete by replacing cement, such as in normal concrete and high-strength / high-performance ...

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Experimental Investigation on Mechanical Durability of ...

S.N. Raman, T.Ngo, P.Mendis, H.B Mahmud(2011) In this study, High strength rice husk ash concrete incorporating Quarry dust as a partial substitute for sand in various mix proportions was carried out. The finding of research indicates that sand with Quarry dust give negative workability. It can be compensated by good mix design and by use of ...

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INVESTIGATION AND FEASIBILITY OF FLY ASH AND RISE HUSK ASH ...

RISE HUSK ASH AND QUARRY SAND IN M-30 CONCRETE 1{Assistant professor in Civil Engineering Department, RGCER, ... Recorded results indicate that concrete incorporating quarry dust without the inclusion of fly ash exhibited lower compressive strength than the control concrete at all ages. This weakness was overcome by the inclusion of fly ash into the quarry dust concrete in which it resulted

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Vol. 6, Issue 4, Dec 2019, pp. 35-41 Experimental Study on ...

workability of concrete Using Rice Husk Ash and Quarry Dust Concrete ... Quary Dust, Strength properties of concrete I. GENERAL The growth in infrastructure sector led to scarcity of cement because of which the cost of cement increased incrementally. In India, the cost of cement is increasing day by day. In order to combat the scarcity of cement and the increase in cost of concrete under these ...

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Investigation and feasibility of fly ash and rise husk ash ...

Investigation and feasibility of fly ash and rise husk ash and quarry sand in M-25 concrete. Abhijeet Nardey1, ... replaced by rice husk ash of 0, 20, 40 an Incorporating fly ashes of both types (low and high calcium) in cementations systems is nowadays considered a common practice in the construction sector. However, the fly ash quantities that are produced globally are steadily increasing ...

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Production of eco-friendly concrete incorporating rice ...

22/03/2021  Phulpoto KB, Jhatial AA, Memon MJ, Sandhu AR, Sohu S (2020) Effect of polypropylene fibre on the strength of concrete incorporating rice husk ash. J Appl Eng Sci 10(1):69–71. Google Scholar Qian CX, Stroeven P (2000) Development of hybrid polypropylene-steel fibre-reinforced concrete. Cem Concr Res 30(1):63–69. CAS Article Google Scholar Rambabu PV, Varma JG,

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Investigation of fly ash and rice husk ash-based ...

15/06/2021  It is evident from the figures that incorporation of slag and rice husk ash in concrete increases the compressive strength. Improvement in strength is due to hydration products of slag, fly ash and rice husk ash. In general, strength gain in slag and silica-based geopolymer concrete is due to the formation of calcium alumino silicate gel (C–A–S–H), Sodium alumino silicate gel (N–A–S ...

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