2012-10-10 · Limited research has been conducted on mechanical properties of concrete with coconut shells as aggregate replacement [11,12]. However, further research is needed for better understanding of the behaviour of coconut shells as aggregate in concrete. Furthermore, there is no study available in the literature on the transport properties which
This paper presents the study on the ductility behaviour of bamboo reinforced coconut shell aggregate concrete beams together with normal weight concrete beams (NWCB). The grade of coconut shell
Hence, happened and presented all in-one about a momentous review study on coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete for the benefit of Civil Engineering communities. View Show abstract
2015-3-30 · Structural properties such as flexural and shear behavior of reinforced coconut shell aggregate concrete beams were studied by making prototype elements and the results are compared with the other LWA used in concrete. Comparisons of some properties for coconut shell aggregate concrete were made using some codes of practice and other LWC.
2018-9-27 · Study of the shear strength of bamboo reinforcement concrete reveals that concrete members reinforced with sections of bamboo culms which had been split along their behaviour of coconut shell aggregate concrete together with Bamboo as reinforcement were limited. as well as coconut shell concrete and the results were shown .
2016-4-4 · the natural aggregate in concrete. [2, 3] found that the coconut shell concrete can able to achieve its full strain capacity under shear loading. [4, 5] experimentally found that the bond strength of coconut shell concrete is much higher than the bond strength estimated by BS 8110 and IS 456:2000.
2016-5-8 · concrete beam, the other three were coconut shell concrete beam. The beam was designed as under reinforced section to carry on a minimum ultimate load of 125KN. The beam consists of three 12mm diameter bars at the bottom & two 10mm diameter bars at the top. 8mm diameter bars are used as stirrups to hold the reinforcements and to act as shear
The focus of this study is on the development of self-compacting lightweight concrete using local waste materials and investigation of its mechanical properties. Discarded fresh coconut shells were crushed mechanically and used as coarse aggregate with fly ash (FA) as partial replacement of Portland cement at 15% and 20% replacement levels by weight. Slump flow, T500, V-funnel, L-box, and wet
An experimental investigation was carried out to study the durability properties of Coconut Shell (CS) aggregate concrete. Effect of mineral admixtures such as fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) as partial replacement of cement on durability properties of CS aggregate concrete was also verified. Specimens were cast and tested for durability characteristics such as water
2017-3-2 · making use of an agricultural waste such as coconut shell (CS) as coarse aggregate in the production of coconut shell aggregate concrete (CSAC). It was studied about mechanical and bond properties of CSAC , long term study on com-pressive and bond strength of CSAC , reinforced light-weight CSAC beam behaviour under ﬂexure , reinforced
STUDY ON BEHAVIOUR OF COMPRESSION EMBER WITH coconut shell concrete and bamboo reinforced concrete column with coconut shell concrete are performed to compare its axial deformation, ultimate load, energy dissipation capacity, displacement ductility and degradation in stiffness.
2013-1-22 · Ductility Behaviour of Reinforced Palm Kernel Shell Concrete Beams 407 Keywords: Lightweight Aggregates, Palm kernel Shell Concrete, Structural Behavior, Failure Mode, Ductile Behavior 1. Introduction The high demand for concrete in the construction using
The agriculture industry is one of the main industries in the Southeast Asia region due to its favourable conditions for plantations. In fact, Southeast Asia region is the world’s largest producer of palm oil and coconut. Nevertheless, vast plantation of these agriculture products leads to equally large amount of waste materials emanating from these industries.
2016-9-9 · Experimental study on strength characteristics on M 25 concrete with partial replacement of cement with fly ash and coarse aggregate with coconut shell R. NAGALAKSHMI Abstract- An attempt has been made to examine the suitability of replacing the 20% of
For coconut shell aggregate concrete (CSAC) to be used in realistic situations, its strength, durability and its temperature resistance need to be examined. Therefore, this study investigated the durability performance of CSAC in three curing conditions and resistance at elevated temperatures.
2013-1-22 · shear behaviour of palm kernel shell foamed concrete and found out that aggregate interlock behaviour of PKS contributes significantly to shear strength. In the past research works, all sizes of PKS have been used as a complete or as a partial replacement for gravel aggregates. However, there are no literatures available
2015-8-15 · ABSTRACT : Light weight concrete made with partial replacement of ordinary Portland ce ment by 20% of fly ash, fine aggregate by 10% of saw dust and coarse aggregate by 10% of coconu t shell. This study is carried out to reduce the self weight of concrete and thus to reduce the load on the foundation of reinforced concrete buildings. Total of 6
study on behaviour of recycled aggregate concrete ppt HFC Refrigerants (55) HST Hydraulic Cone CrusherHST series hydraulic cone crusher is combined with technology such as machinery, hydraulic pressure, electricity, automation, intelligent control, etc.,representing the most advanced crusher technology in the world.
Coconut shell aggregate concrete can offer 2 hours fire resistance and therefore it may be classified under type 3 constructions. Use of coconut shell aggregate concrete as structural light weight concrete is recommended. Coconut shell aggregate is a potential construction material and simultaneously reduces the environmental problem of solid.
2016-9-9 · International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 4, Issue 1, January-2013. ISSN 2229-5518. Experimental study on strength characteristics on M 25 concrete with partial replacement of cement with fly ash and coarse aggregate with coconut shell. R. NAGALAKSHMI
2017-8-5 · The shear strength of normal concrete does not increase as compressive strength increases. As normal strength concrete is commonly used now days, many studies were also conducted to study the shear behaviour of normal strength reinforced concrete members. Increase in shear strength increases the brittleness compare to normal strength concrete.
2019-7-31 · Review Article A Review on the Use of Agriculture Waste Material as Lightweight Aggregate for Reinforced Concrete Structural Members KimHungMo, 1,2 U.JohnsonAlengaram, 1,2 andMohdZaminJumaat 1,2 Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of different species of oil palm shell (OPS) coarse aggregates on the properties of high strength lightweight concrete (HSLWC). Original and crushed OPS coarse aggregates of different species and age categories were investigated in this study. The research focused on two OPS species (<i>dura</i> and <i>tenera</i>), in which the coarse
2019-6-25 · concrete and mortar, and has proven to improve the brittleness, ductility and toughness of the concrete and mortar . This study focuses on mechanical properties of lightweight foamed concrete with the addition of coconut fiber of different percentages. Fibers, which are at random dispersed throughout the foamed concrete, could overcome
2017-8-2 · EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND INVESTIGATION ON BEHAVIOUR OF POLYPROPYLENE AND CRIMPED STEEL FIBER IN CONCRETE polypropylene hybrid fiber-reinforced oil palm shell concrete” They concluded that the recycled aggregate concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures” They concluded that the normal concrete (NC), color change was observed on
2016-5-9 · of 1.3m length with coconut shell aggregate and steel reinforcement was about 77.5% of the column with conventional aggregate and steel reinforcement and coconut shell with bamboo reinforcement was about 67.5%.  3) Ayesha Syeda, Barvaliya Shrujal Jayesh Kumar, A Case Study on Bamboo as Green Building material,
Comments to the paper “Shear behavior of high‐performance basalt fiber concrete Part II: Laboratory punching shear tests on small slabs with macrofibers without bars” by A. M. Mohaghegh et al. in Structural Concrete, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 331
2014-11-15 · Nov 13, 2013· As replacement for fine aggregate in concrete, plastic and e-waste was suggested based on experiments conducted and theoretical data from publications. Recycled Aggregate Concrete NEELANJAN SARKAR. E waste ppt navi333. BEHAVIOUR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS WITH COCONUT SHELL AS COARSE AGGREGATES Eswari Kasil
The effect of coconut fibre content on the mechanical properties and fracture behavior of reinforced concrete was studied. The mix design used for the plain concrete and the coconut fibre reinforced concrete was based on 1:2:4 for cement: sand and coarse aggregate. Water/cement ratio used was 0.6. The coconut fibre was added as reinforcement
2019-5-29 · Experimental Study on Self Compacting Concrete (M25) with 25% Fly ash Incorporating 10% Replacement of Coconut-Shell as Coarse Aggregate R. Thenmozhi and N. Balasubramani*j Deptt. of Civil Engineering, Government College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
2016-5-25 · this material in future. This study focuses on investigating the possibility of integrating crushed rubber seed shell as partial coarse aggregate replacement material in concrete making. Total of five mixes consisting various content of crushed rubber seed shell as partial coarse aggregate replacement ranging from 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20%, respectively
The wide availability of agricultural wastes make them a suitable and dependable alternative for aggregate in concrete, wherever available. This paper reviews the possible use of agricultural wastes as aggregate in the concrete industry. It aims to promote the idea of using these wastes by elaborating upon their engineering properties.