IJMTES – EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE CONTAINING MARBLE POWDER AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT FOR CEMENT AND MANGALORE TILES WASTE AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT FOR COARSE AGGREGATE

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE CONTAINING MARBLE POWDER AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT FOR CEMENT AND MANGALORE TILES WASTE AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT FOR COARSE AGGREGATE

Author’s Name : Vidya C H | Rajani V Akki
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Volume 04 Issue 07 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 45-49

Abstract –Marble powder is waste products from the quarrying process of marble powder and Mangalore tiles waste is obtained from demolition waste and Mangalore tile factories. This project work mainly focuses on the proper utilization of these materials for casting concrete. Concrete cubes were prepared with OPC cement with w/c cement ratio 0.45 and partial replacement of cement by marble dust powder and partial replacement of coarse aggregate by Mangalore tile waste. Concrete cubes cylinders and beams were casted for different proportions. Tests were been conducted for fresh concrete and hardened concrete to study the physical and mechanical properties of concrete.. From the experiment it is known that the highest strength is for concrete with 10 % partial replacement of cement by marble powder and partial replacement of coarse aggregate by 10%. The strength decrease after increasing the percentage of marble powder and coarse aggregate i.e. more than 10 % for both in concrete

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