use of waste glass in concrete india

use of waste glass in concrete india

Study of Concrete Involving Use of Waste Glass as Partial ...

2013-8-5  Study of Concrete Involving Use of Waste Glass as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregates M. Iqbal Malik, Muzafar Bashir, Sajad Ahmad, Tabish Tariq, Umar Chowdhary Students, B-Tech Civil Engineering, IUST, Awantipora, Jk, INDIA. Abstract: - Concrete industry is one of the largest consumers of natural resources due to which sustainability of

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Utilization of waste glass as sand replacement in cement ...

2016-7-20  aggregates in concrete. The use of waste glasses as concrete aggregates did not have a significant effect on the workability and strength but decreased the slump, air content and fresh weight of concrete 1. Finely ground glass powders exhibited very high pozzolanic activity 2,3. A major concern for using waste glass in concrete is the alkali ...

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(PDF) Use of glass wastes as fine aggregate in Concrete

In our study, in which waste glass (WG) is considered as coarse aggregates in the concrete, WG was used reduced to 4–16 mm in proportions of 0–60% in the

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[PDF] USE OF WASTE GLASS AS AGGREGATE IN

The increasing awareness of glass recycling speeds up inspections on the use of waste glass with different forms in various fields. One of its significant contributions is to the construction field where the waste glass was reused for value-added concrete production. Literature survey indicates that the use of waste glass as aggregates in concrete was first reported over 50 years ago.

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Effect of Using Glass Powder in Concrete - ijirset

2020-11-30  4. Glass: Waste glass available locally was collected and made into glass powder. Glass waste is very hard material. Before adding glass powder in the concrete it has to be powdered to desired size. 5. A. Chemical composition Table 1. Chemical composition of cementing materials Composition (% by mass)/ property Cement Glass powder Silica (SiO

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Waste glass in the production of cement and concrete – A ...

Cement and glass industries are facing a lot of challenges due to the high greenhouse gases emissions, the intensive use of energy and the intensive use of the earth’s natural resources. The current situation of discarding waste glass to landfills is also not offering an environmental friendly management for the waste glass, due to the ...

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Waste Glass in Concrete; Pros and Cons - Concrete Decor

Glass aggregates and ASR. Besides powder, you can also use waste glass as an aggregate in concrete in the form of fine or coarse aggregates. Since aggregates occupy approximately 70% of the concrete, using glass cullet as aggregate in concrete does more than incorporate more waste glass in concrete.

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Engineering Behaviour of Waste Glass as Aggregates in ...

2014-3-1  In this study waste glass was used as a coarse aggregate in concrete. This paper investigates experimentally the use of waste glass as a partial replacement for traditional coarse aggregates in concrete. The concrete resulting from the use of these recycled aggregates showed that waste glass is estimated to undergo pozzolanic reactions with cement hydrates, forming secondary calcium silicate ...

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Recycled glass concrete - ScienceDirect

2013-1-1  The use of recycled waste glass in Portland cement and concrete has also attracted a lot of interest worldwide due to increased disposal costs and environmental concerns. This is the background to the development of eco-efficient concrete with recycled waste glass, i.e. recycled glass concrete.

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Utilizing Waste Recycled Glass as Sand/Cement

The potential use of waste recycled glass in concrete as recycled glass sand (RGS) and pozzolanic glass powder (PGP) was examined in this study. No major difference was found in compressive strength of concrete with the presence of RGS as sand replacement. While, the compressive strength of concrete reduced by 16 and 10.6% at 28 and 364 days ...

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Utilization of waste glass as sand replacement in cement ...

2016-7-20  aggregates in concrete. The use of waste glasses as concrete aggregates did not have a significant effect on the workability and strength but decreased the slump, air content and fresh weight of concrete 1. Finely ground glass powders exhibited very high pozzolanic activity 2,3. A major concern for using waste glass in concrete is the alkali ...

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[PDF] USE OF WASTE GLASS AS AGGREGATE IN

The increasing awareness of glass recycling speeds up inspections on the use of waste glass with different forms in various fields. One of its significant contributions is to the construction field where the waste glass was reused for value-added concrete production. Literature survey indicates that the use of waste glass as aggregates in concrete was first reported over 50 years ago.

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Waste glass in the production of cement and concrete – A ...

Cement and glass industries are facing a lot of challenges due to the high greenhouse gases emissions, the intensive use of energy and the intensive use of the earth’s natural resources. The current situation of discarding waste glass to landfills is also not offering an environmental friendly management for the waste glass, due to the ...

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Use of waste glass as coarse aggregate in concrete ...

The possibility of using recycled coarse glass aggregates as a substitute for natural crushed stone are relatively limited. In order to promote it for engineering application, this paper reports the effect of coarse glass aggregate on mechanical behavior of concrete.

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Sustainable concrete for circular economy: a review on use ...

2021-5-27  With waste glass having a production of roughly 100 million tons annually, and its low recycling rate of 26%, there is a growing number of studies unlocking its potential as an eco-friendly substitute for Portland cement (with particle size of below $$100\ \upmu \hbox {m}$$ ) or fine aggregate (with size of below 4.75 mm) in concrete.

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Engineering Behaviour of Waste Glass as Aggregates in ...

2014-3-1  In this study waste glass was used as a coarse aggregate in concrete. This paper investigates experimentally the use of waste glass as a partial replacement for traditional coarse aggregates in concrete. The concrete resulting from the use of these recycled aggregates showed that waste glass is estimated to undergo pozzolanic reactions with cement hydrates, forming secondary calcium silicate ...

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Utilizing Waste Recycled Glass as Sand/Cement

The potential use of waste recycled glass in concrete as recycled glass sand (RGS) and pozzolanic glass powder (PGP) was examined in this study. No major difference was found in compressive strength of concrete with the presence of RGS as sand replacement. While, the compressive strength of concrete reduced by 16 and 10.6% at 28 and 364 days ...

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Combined use of waste concrete and glass as a

Waste glass powder, on the other hand, is a material that offers an excellent alternative to replace cement due to its well-known pozzolanic properties. Hence, the combined behaviour of fine recycled concrete aggregates and glass powder of different particle sizes in mortars has been studied.

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Sustainable use of recycled waste glass as an alternative ...

2019-11-1  Waste glass can be recycled as a replacement for natural aggregates and cement, therefore, reducing the amount of waste glass dumped in the landfill, and making exploration of natural aggregates unattractive and also reducing the emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Conversely, perception on using recycled waste glass for ...

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Case studies of recycled concrete aggregate in India

2021-7-2  Case studies of recycled concrete aggregate in India Tuesday 22 June 2021 RCA: Extent of Use in Concrete BS 8500-2:2019 (First introduced in 2002) RCA is now CCA i.e. coarse crushed concrete aggregate CCA can be used up to M50 strength grade Exposure class for all carbonation, XF1, DC-1 Source is known eg. Surplus precast units, reclaimed

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Use of waste glass as coarse aggregate in concrete ...

The possibility of using recycled coarse glass aggregates as a substitute for natural crushed stone are relatively limited. In order to promote it for engineering application, this paper reports the effect of coarse glass aggregate on mechanical behavior of concrete.

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Combined use of waste concrete and glass as a

Waste glass powder, on the other hand, is a material that offers an excellent alternative to replace cement due to its well-known pozzolanic properties. Hence, the combined behaviour of fine recycled concrete aggregates and glass powder of different particle sizes in mortars has been studied.

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Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes

A modern lifestyle, alongside the advancement of technology has led to an increase in the amount and type of waste being generated, leading to a waste disposal crisis. This study tackles the problem of the waste that is generated from construction fields, such as demolished concrete, glass, and plas

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Indian Standards for alternative materials to natural sand ...

2018-12-10  India, the use of slag - a waste from steel industry, fly ash - a waste from thermal power plants, crushed over-burnt bricks and tiles - waste from clay brick and tile industry, in plain cement concrete as an alternative to sand/natural aggregate,

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CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE - CPHEEO

2017-5-30  concrete and masonry waste, accounting for more than 50% of the waste from construction and demolition activities, are not being currently recycled in India. Recycling of concrete and masonry waste is, however, being done abroad in countries like U.K., USA, France, Denmark, Germany and

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Case studies of recycled concrete aggregate in India

2021-7-2  Case studies of recycled concrete aggregate in India Tuesday 22 June 2021 RCA: Extent of Use in Concrete BS 8500-2:2019 (First introduced in 2002) RCA is now CCA i.e. coarse crushed concrete aggregate CCA can be used up to M50 strength grade Exposure class for all carbonation, XF1, DC-1 Source is known eg. Surplus precast units, reclaimed

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS

the form of waste glass powder (WGP) or as waste glass sludge (WGS). The use of glass powder in Portland cement concrete does have some negative impact on characteristics of the concrete; however, waste glass in its crushed condition can be use in about 100 % and it can still be a practical applicability.

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A REVIEW PAPER ON UTILISATION OF CERAMIC WASTE

2016-9-9  Concrete with Ceramic shows higher results in all tests. T. Sekar (2011) studied on strength characteristics of concrete utilizing waste materials viz: ceramic tiles, ceramic insulator waste and broken glass pieces. Ceramic tiles gave the best results when compared to the other two type of waste. The concrete produced by ceramic tile

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Utilization of Recycled Glass Waste as Partial Replacement ...

Glass dust waste creates chronic environmental problems, mainly due to the inconsistency of waste glass streams. Glass is widely used in our lives through manufactured products such as sheet glass, bottles, glassware, and vacuum tubing. Glass is an ideal material for recycling. The use of recycled glass helps in energy saving. The increasing awareness of glass recycling speeds up inspections ...

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The need for waste management in the glass industries:

2015-9-19  Key words: Need, waste management, glass, industries. INTRODUCTION Glass has been in use for centuries; the Egyptians were the first to use glass containers in the fifteenth century BC. Modern use really started at the twentieth century when in 1903 the first fully automated bottle-making machine was developed in Ohio, USA.

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