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Seminar Report On Repacement Of Sand With Furnace Slag In Concrete

After completion of this project it is concluded that 0 GGBS Replacement with cement and 10 20 30 amp 40 Replacement steel slag with sand It was found to be compressive strength of concrete has greater strength when 0 GGBS replacement with cement and 30 steel slag replacement

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Partial Replacement Of Steel Slag Aggregates In Concrete

Partial Replacement Of Steel Slag Aggregates In Concrete

In this study an attempt has been made to investigate the effect of partial replacement of conventional river sand with steel slag aggregate The replacement of river sand by slag aggregate provides dual advantage of reducing disposal problems in steel industries and conserving the natural resources

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Blended Cement Containing High Volume Ground Dune Sand

Blended Cement Containing High Volume Ground Dune Sand

This paper presents the results of using ground dune sand GDS and ground granulated blast furnace slag slag as high volume cement replacement materials In this study plain and four blended mixtures were fabricated and cured under normal and autoclave conditions For the blended mixtures 40 GDS by weight of the total binder materials and different percentages of slag 15 30 and 45

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Brick Fine Aggregate And Ladle Furnace Slag As

Brick Fine Aggregate And Ladle Furnace Slag As

aggregate BFA and ladle furnace slag LFS as alternative to natural river sand as fine aggregates in concrete For this cylindrical concrete specimens of 100 mm x 200 mm size were made by varying the replacement ratios of natural river sand to the alternative fine aggregates WC ratios and fine aggregatetototal aggregate fa volume

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Durability Of Mortar Incorporating Ferronickel Slag

Durability Of Mortar Incorporating Ferronickel Slag

Abstract This paper presents the strength and durability of cement mortars using 0100 ferronickel slag FNS as replacement of natural sand and 30 y ash or ground granulated blast furnace slag GGBFS as cement replacement The maximum mortar compressive strength was achieved with 50 sand replacement by FNS

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Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Conclusion

Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Conclusion

Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Replacing the Portland cement by GGBS helps in reducing CO emissions and in conserving 2 non renewable resources of lime stone Use of GGBS in concrete is recognized by LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and add points towards its

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Compressive Strength Of Steel Slag Aggregate And

Compressive Strength Of Steel Slag Aggregate And

Feb 22 2016nbsp018332This research deals with substantial replacement of natural aggregates and natural sand used in concrete In this study coarse aggregate were partially replaced with steel slag aggregate with different replacement percentage in concrete ie 0 10 20 and 30

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Use Of Slag As Coarse Aggregate And Its Effect

Use Of Slag As Coarse Aggregate And Its Effect

slag sand may reduce the dosage of cement clinker and increase the content of industrial waste product using steel slag sand Isa Yuksel Omer Ozkan Turhan Bilir 2006 experimented use of non ground granulated blast furnace slag as fine aggregate in concrete The study concluded that the ratio of GGBssand is governing criteria

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The Performance Of Concrete Symposium National

The Performance Of Concrete Symposium National

The Performance of Concrete Symposium National Seminar Series July 2018 wwwconcreteinstitutecomau excellence in concrete Ground granulated blast furnace slag Quench slag rapid cooling gt glassy sandlike product Granulated Slag

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Effect Of Waste Steel Slag And Silica Fume On

Effect Of Waste Steel Slag And Silica Fume On

furnace slag in Concrete Zeghichi 9 reported the substitution of natural fine aggregates by waste foundry slag to discuss mechanical and durability properties of high strength concrete In 2012 Nadeem and Pofale 10 had used waste steel slag as alternative material for natural sand in various applications either partially or fully

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Partial Replacement Of Cement With Ggbs In Concrete

Partial Replacement Of Cement With Ggbs In Concrete

Keywords GGBS HighPerformance Concrete INTRODUCTION The blast furnace slag is a byproduct of the iron manufacturing industry Iron ore coke and limestone are fed into the furnace and the resulting molten slag floats above the molten iron at a temperature of about 1500oC to 1600oC The molten slag has a composition of about 30 to 40 SiO 2

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Project Reports On Slag Sand

Project Reports On Slag Sand

Slag Sand The slag is a sand like substance produced by spraying highpressure water jets on a blast furnace Molten Slag When this slag is grounded it becomes Ground Granulated Blast furnace slag or GGBFS which is a hot product for ready mix concrete units to produce concreteget price

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Use Of Iron Slag As Partial Replacement Of Sand To

Use Of Iron Slag As Partial Replacement Of Sand To

durability characteristics of concrete containing EAF slag as aggregate Cement amp Concrete Composites Vol 31 pp 663671 17 Siddique R Kaur D 2011 Properties of concrete containing ground granulated blast furnace slag GGBFS at elevated temperatures Journal of Advanced Research Vol 3 pp 4551

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National Slag Association

National Slag Association

iron blastfurnace slag will be covered While all applications of blastfurnace slag in cement will be mentioned at least briefly the major emphasis will be on the combinations of Portland cement with the slag Portland blastfurnace slag cements and the ground glassy slags that can be used for this application Most of the discussion

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Replacement Of Natural Sand With Efficient Alternatives

Replacement Of Natural Sand With Efficient Alternatives

copper slag in concrete At present about 33 million tonnes of copper slag is generating annually worldwide among that India contributing 6 to 65 million tonnes 50 copper slag can be used as replacement of natural sand in to obtain mortar and concrete with

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A Study On Partial Replacement Of Cement With

A Study On Partial Replacement Of Cement With

50 slag sand 2 Slag sand having higher water absorption than natural sand required more water per m3 3 It was noticed that the mixes using slag sand were harsher than mixes with natural sand only and extra dose of SP in such mixes led to bleeding of concrete as well as segregation of aggregates 4

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Replacementof Sand With Steel Slag In Concrete

Replacementof Sand With Steel Slag In Concrete

of using iron slag as partial replacement of sand in concrete Iron and steel making slag are by products of the iron making and steelmaking process To date these types of slag have been widely used in cement and as aggregate for civil works The report presents an investigation of mechanical and durability properties of concrete by adding

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Replacement Of Sand In Concrete With Slag And Mill Scale

Replacement Of Sand In Concrete With Slag And Mill Scale

The Exploitation of Blast furnace Slag as Sand Replacement in Concrete written by Ahmed Serag Faried Magdy A Abd Elaziz Taher A Tawfiq published on 20170422 download full article with reference data and citations 724 Chat Online

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Effect Of Blast Furnace Slag Powder On Compressive

Effect Of Blast Furnace Slag Powder On Compressive

Compressive strength of blast furnace slag concrete with different dosage of slag was studied as a partial replacement of cement From the experimental investigations it has been observed that the optimum replacement of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Powder to cement without changing much the compressive strength i s 15

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Evaluation Of Ground Granulated Iron Blastfurnace Slag

Evaluation Of Ground Granulated Iron Blastfurnace Slag

Currently the use of grade120 Granulated Ground Blast Furnace Slag GGBFS is incorporated into the specifications of LA DOTD concrete mixes This study evaluates grade100 GGBFS and its effect on the properties of hydraulic cement concretes used in structures and pavements construction

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Effects Of Blast Furnace Slag As A Partial Replacement

Effects Of Blast Furnace Slag As A Partial Replacement

on strength of the concrete And when blast furnace slag is used partly as a binder in concrete as submitted by Jariyathitipong et al nd it improves the resistance of concrete to chloride ions and sulfate attack The aim of this research work is to determine the effects of blast furnace slag as a partial replacement for cement in

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Blastfurnace Slag As A Mineral Admixture For Concrete

Blastfurnace Slag As A Mineral Admixture For Concrete

May 01 1982nbsp018332BlastFurnace Slag as a Mineral Admixture for Concrete Finely ground slag may be blended with portland cement or added to other ingredients at the mixer it forms a glassy granulated material of sandlike consistency Because of its high calcium silicate content it has excellent cementitious properties ground glassy slag and Portland

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Blastfurnace Slag As A Mineral Admixture For Concrete

Blastfurnace Slag As A Mineral Admixture For Concrete

1958 where replacement of 50 percent of the port l a n d cement is common for ord i n a r y concrete applications with 70 percent slag used in concrete for marine stru c Blastfurnace slag as a mineral admixture for concrete Watergranulated blastfurnace slag has the consistency of sand and must be finely ground for use as a cementing

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Effect Of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag As Partial

Effect Of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag As Partial

inproceedingsPandey2016EffectOG titleEffect of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag as Partial Cement Replacement on Strength and Durability of Concrete A Review authorR K Pandey and A Kumar and M A Khan year2016

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The Effect Of Blast Furnace Slag On Foam Concrete In Terms

The Effect Of Blast Furnace Slag On Foam Concrete In Terms

This study is a part of an ongoing research studying the effect of blast furnace slag as a binder and filler replacement on the properties of fresh and hardened foam concrete A mix having the density of 1300kgm3 with a proportion of 1 cement2 sand WC ratio of 045 a commercially available additive SP1 class F fly ash and a unprocessed blast furnace slag was used

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