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Marble aggregate and GBFS-based concrete specimens (MC2) showed considerably higher resistance to chloride and sulphate attack than all the others. The results indicate that the addition of marble and granite into concrete reduces the chloride penetration depths by about 70%.
· Previous studies have utilized marble dust as a replacement of cement, fine aggregate, or total paste in the concrete and mortar mixtures. In general, several investigations have shown that up to a certain cement replacement ratio, marble dust can positively impact on the strength and microstructure properties of concrete.
· Alyamaç KE, Aydin AB (2015) Concrete properties containing fine aggregate marble powder. KSCE J Civ Eng 19(7):2208–2216 Google Scholar 2. Korai MA (2010) A report on marble and granite. Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, Karachi 3.
marble slurry in Cement Concrete replacing Sand is 30% which shows equal strength as of Control i,e. 1:2:4 Cement Concrete 0% Marble slurry. Marble slurry can be easily utilized in construction industry in preparing Cement Concrete. Key words:
Abstract Marble industry produces large amount of waste during mining and processing stages. This waste is dumped on to open land which creates a lot of environmental problems. The main objective of this study was utilization of marble waste as a replacement for conventional natural coarse aggregate in concrete. Experimental investigations were carried out to examine the feasibility of use of ...
The results obtained show that the mechanical properties of concrete specimens produced using the marble wastes were found to conform with the concrete production standards and the substitution of natural aggregates by waste marble aggregates up to 75% of any formulation is beneficial for the concrete resistance. Previous article.
· Glass aggregate can replace part or all of the sand and gravel in concrete, for effects that range from colorful terrazzo, to granite- or marble-like finishes, to concrete that reflects light like a mirror.
· The marble aggregate have higher carbonate content than the natural aggregate, which improves the aggregate – cement paste bond that is the reason for the increase in compressive strength of concrete at different curing ages.
KEYWORDS: Cement (53 grade), Marble powder, Fine aggregate (M-sand), Coarse aggregate (20mm size). 1 TRODUCTION: This paper aims to focus on the possibilities of using waste materials from different manufacturing activities in the preparation of innovative mortar and concrete.
· The influence of coarse and fine aggregates on the strength of the concrete was evaluated. Durability of the concrete made with marble and GBFS was found to be superior to the control concrete.
Concrete As fine aggregate (5-10-15)% Concrete mix produced by sand as fine aggregate without waste marble The penetrations of the control concretes were higher than that of the marble dust concretes. Marble dust 15% specimens were significantly 
marble mixture as fine aggregate in concrete these materials need to be grinded to obtain there powdered form. Concrete of grade M25 was prepared at a water cement ratio of 0.45 and part of its fine aggregate was replaced by ceramic
· Marble aggregate and GBFS-based concrete specimens (MC2) showed considerably higher resistance to chloride and sulphate attack than all the others. The results indicate that the addition of marble and granite into concrete reduces the chloride penetration depths by about 70%.
· While marble floors look clean and classy, it''s expensive and real marble can get scratched easily.Luckily, you can have the look of a marble floor without the hassle by painting a faux marble finish on concrete. Sweep and Vacuum To achieve a finish that resembles ...
water absorption of marble aggregate. It was also reported that, the compressive and flexural strength of concrete containing marble aggregate increased by 29.62% and 11.44% as compared to that of control mix. Kore et al  conducted
marble is well usable instead of the usual aggregate in the concrete paving block production. Use of waste marble in concrete as aggregate can save about 5% and 4 % the cost of concrete per meter cube with O.P.C and P.P.C respectively, thus it can be
The results obtained show that the mechanical properties of concrete specimens produced using the marble wastes were found to conform with the concrete production standards and the substitution of natural aggregates by waste marble aggregates up to 75%
Durability of concrete made with granite and marble as coarse aggregates was studied. River sand and ground blast furnace slag (GBFS) were used as fine aggregates. The results were compared with those of conventional concretes. Slump, air content, slump loss and setting time of …
Marble waste can be used as replacement of aggregates or additive in concrete production , as well as raw material for up to 30 wt. % substitution of red clay during the production of bricks ...
marble powder, all mortar cubes except that replacement of 20% does not conform to IS:8112– 1989.On increasing marble waste fine aggregate ratio i.e. when marble waste/granules are partially replaced in fine aggregate by weight then there is
· Concrete Properties Containing Fine Aggregate Marble Powder Vol. 19, N o. 7 / November 2015 − 2211 − also selected becaus e it does not require th e use of chem ical
· Despite the successful use of marble dust, there is little information on the potential use of larger marble waste as a coarse aggregate, especially with respect to its effect on concrete durability. However, Akbulut and Gurer (2007) explored this potential and concluded that CMA can be used in binder layers of asphalt pavements bearing low to medium traffic volume.
Marble powder (MP), produced from the marble industry is also increasing, which constantly remains a source of hazards to the environment. At the same time, natural sand deposits are decreasing, causing an acute need for a product that matches the properties of sand in concrete.
Exposed aggregate finishes may otherwise be achieved by removing that cement matrix that surrounds the coarse aggregate at the face of the concrete panel. Depending on the concrete mix, the shape of the panel and the degree of aggregate exposure, we use the following techniques: For mixes with coarser aggregate up to 20mm, our preference is to ...
· The use of marble waste dust as fine concrete aggregate is of great concern to researchers and researchers. The Blaine fineness is very high, with a 90 percent fineness of the particulates passing 50 μm and other 50 percent under 7 μm. Marble powder is around 1.5 m2 per g , .
Marble powder and dredged sand in concrete production, which would reduce both the environmental impact and the production cost. Keywords-Fine aggregate, marble powder, dredged sand, I. INTRODUCTION Concrete is the important material in the
· Abstract. Marble industry produces large amount of waste during mining and processing stages. This waste is dumped on to open land which creates a lot of environmental problems. The main objective of this study was utilization of marble waste as a replacement for conventional natural coarse aggregate in concrete.
The study is based on the use of waste marble chips as concrete aggregate. The high consumption of raw material like coarse aggregate will result in shortage of such aggregate in future. This will result in environmental damage because of the associated mining and disposal work. Presently large amount of marble waste is generated in marble stone processing in marble industries. Therefore, by ...
with GBFS as fine aggregate and marble was te a s coarse aggregate was 6 .14%, 7.25%, 5.72% and 3.04%,respectively higher than t hat of concrete with river sand as fine aggregat e. and marble ...
Durability of the concrete made with marble and GBFS was found to be superior to the control concrete. In the specimens containing marble, granite and GBFS there was a much better bonding between the additives and the cement. Furthermore, it might be claimed that marble, granite and GBFS replacement provided a good condensed matrix.
· The marble wastes are not only substitutes or additives to concrete; they can also be used for other kinds of building materials. Experiments carried out by Saboya et al.  have shown that the use of 15–20% of powder marble content in red ceramic raw material could be considered the best proportion to enhance the properties of brick ceramic.
· The results obtained show that the mechanical properties of concrete specimens produced using the marble wastes were found to conform with the concrete production standards and the substitution of natural aggregates by waste marble aggregates up to 75%
Waste from marble mining and processing industries was used in concrete as coarse aggregate in combination with conventional coarse aggregate. The particle packing density approach was followed to design the concrete mix and 75% conventional coarse aggregate was replaced by aggregate obtained by crushing waste from marble mining waste.