Quarry dust can be used as an alternative to the river sand. Cost analysis shows that there is 40% savings if quarry dust is used instead of sand. Illangoan.R [2000] [1] has done a study on replacement of sand by quarry dust in concrete. The compressive strength of concrete with quarry dust …

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 3, Issue 12, December 2013 1 ISSN 2250-3153 Use of Quarry Dust to Replace Sand in Concrete – An Experimental Study

The flexural strength of concrete made with quarry dust as fine aggregate is higher (about 4.3%) than conventional river sand concrete. 2. The 10–15% rule of thumb was found to be applicable in the estimation of flexural strength of quarry-sand concrete based on its compressive strength.

has also been made to durability studies on Quarry Rock Dust when compared with the Natural Sand concrete. It is found that the compressive, flexural strength and Durability Studies of concrete made of Quarry Rock Dust are nearly 10% more than the conventional concrete. Keywords: concrete, quarry rock dust, river sand, strength, properties ...

of cement content, workability, compressive strength and cost of concrete made with Quarry Rock Dust . Ilangovan (Studies on Strength and Behavior of Concrete by using Quarry Dust as Fine Aggregate) reported that Natural Sand with Quarry Dust as full replacement in concrete as possible with proper treatment of Quarry Dust before utilization .

The effect of high levels of fines content on concrete properties. It has taken a review of the strength and behavior of concrete by using crushed rock dust as fine aggregate, they investigated the possibility of using crushed rock as 100 % replacement for sand, with varying compacting factors.

replacement of natural sand by quarry dust & waste plastic in concrete. It is observed from that the compressive strength of concrete at 7 days using quarry dust and waste plastics is consistently higher than the conventional concrete using natural sand. It has been observed that the compressive strength increase upto 30% replacement of natural ...

with sand, quarry dust was more workable. It was concluded that quarry dust can be utilized as replacement material in place of sand with higher strength at 50% replacement. Naidu et al (2003) have conducted experiments to investigate the influence of partial replacement of sand with quarry dust in the compressive

Sep 19, 2016· A number of studies on sustainable use of various type of quarry dust in concrete as a partial replacement of sand had been performed. In this the influence of three different types of quarry dust Granite, Limestone and dolomite (confirming to zone II of IS: 383) was studied taking the ratio of coarse aggregate, cement and water as fixed.

Quarry dust is a waste obtained during quarrying process. It has very recently gained good attention to be used as an effective filler material instead of fine aggregate. Also, the use of quarry dust as the fine aggregate decreases the cost of concrete production in terms of the partial replacement for natural river sand.

4.1.3 Mix Proportion Experimental Study on Partial replacement of fine aggregate with Sawdust and Quarry dust. In this study the Notation Quarry dust Saw dust Natural sand effect of quarry dust and sawdust, by adding 10%,15% and M0 0% 0% 20% with the fine aggregate, a matured fine aggregate has prepared.

Apr 15, 2017· Experimental investigation on partial replacement of cement with silica fume and fly ash in concrete ... CALCULATION OF QUANTITY OF CEMENT & SAND & AGGREGATE ... STUDY OF BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE BY ...

In order to study the strength behaviour and fire resistance of the concrete made with full replacement of sand with Quarry stone dust the tests are conducted. Results so obtained for the tests conducted on cubes and prisms for M25 and M40 grades of concrete with various dosages of super plasticiser at 7days and 28 days were tabulated.

Feb 22, 2016· As there are very limited studies on replacement of sand with quarry dust, the objective of this study is to conduct an experimental study on properties of the concrete for replacement of sand by stone waste for different types of cement with chemical admixture and to evaluate the optimum results. 3.

This paper reports the experimental study undertaken to investigate the influence of partial replacement of sand with limestone waste (LSW), with marble powder (M.P) as an additive on the concrete properties. The replacement proportion of sand with limestone waste, 25%, 50%, and 75% were practiced in the concrete mixes except in the concrete mix.

May 23, 2017· The concept of replacement of natural fine aggregate by quarry dust which is highlighted in the study could boost the consumption of quarry dust generated from quarries. By replacement of quarry dust, the requirement of land fill area can be reduc...

Jul 01, 2017· Yes As quarry dust(also called as crushed sand) is a byproduct obtained after crushing of stones(rocks) to make aggregates. * Results have shown that the concrete ...

A STUDY ON THE USE OF CRUSHED STONE AGGREGATE AND CRUSHER DUST MIXES IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS ... of quarry Dust in higet.al hway construction that CBR and angle of shearing resistance values are steadily increased with increase the percentageof Quarry Dust . Praveen Kumar et.al(2006) conducted CBR and tri-axial tests on fly ash, coarse sand ...

In this experiment the studies, the strength characteristics of M30 grade concrete using manufactured plastic coarse aggregate as a replacement of natural coarse aggregate is conducted along with the use of quarry dust as a partial replacement of conventional natural river sand.

This present work is an attempt to use Quarry Dust as partial replacement for Sand in concrete. Attempts have been made to study the properties of concrete and to investigate some properties of Quarry Dust the suitability of those properties to enable them to be used as partial replacement materials for sand in concrete.

During the tenure of the study, some physical and engineering properties of quarry dust and sand were determined and compared. The compressive strength of concrete was determined after replacing sand with quarry dust in various ratios. The results of the study showed encouraging results for replacement of 50% of sand with quarry dust.

This study was conducted to determine the compressive strength and flexural strength of concrete by using quarry as partial sand replacement material. This report presents the feasibility of the usage of quarry dust as 10 %, 20 % and 30 % substitutes for sand in concrete.

The study has conducted to determine the workability and compressive strength of the self –compacting concrete. The sand has replaced with quarry dust with the proportion of 10, 20, 30 and 40% ...

Deflection of slabs is decreased as the percentage of quarry dust increases. It shows that the quarry dust exhibits less deflection compared to river sand used concrete. All the slabs satisfy the IS 456: 2000 code requirement of span to depth ratio. This study encourages to use the quarry dust in place of river

quarry dust. The ideal percentage of the replacement of sand with the quarry dust is 55 per cent to 75 per cent in case of compressive strength. He further says that if combined with fly ash (another industrial waste), 100 per cent replacement of sand can be achieved. The use of fly ash in concrete is desirable because of benefits such as

of quarry dust and the suitability of those properties to enable quarry dust (Celik et.al.,) to be used as partial replacement material for sand in concrete. The use of quarry dust in concrete is desirable because of its benefits such as useful disposal of by products, reduction of river sand consumption as well as increasing the strength

Thus, it can be concluded that the replacement of natural sand with Quarry Rock Dust, as full replacement in concrete is possible. B. B. Patel (et al 2012) [6] The compressive strength of concrete increases with increase in content up to 7.5%. Thereafter there is slight decline in strength for 10%, 12% and 15% due excess amount of which ...

The 56 days maximum Compressive strength, (2004) A.K. Sahu et al. investigated the basic properties of split tensile strength and modulus of elasticity of concrete conventional concrete and concrete made using quarry dust for replacement of sand with quarry dust of 400 have compared. They have studied M20 and M30 concretes.