In this paper, the compressive strength of the iron slag concrete was ... The results confirm that the use of iron slag overcome the pollution problems in the environment. The results shows that the iron slag added to the concrete had greater strength than the plain concrete. ... to make concrete, cement and fine aggregate were first mixed dry ...
aggregates in the concrete, Etxeberria et al.  showed that the steel slag was classified as inert materials due to satisfying expansion and leaching limitations, the steel slag aggregate ASEAN Engineering Journal Part C, Vol 4 No 2, ISSN
Use of copper slag aggregate showed an increase of about 10–15% compressive strength and an increase of 10–18% splitting tensile strength when compared to limestone aggregate indicating that using copper slag as coarse aggregate in highstrength concrete is suitable.
This paper presents results from an experimental investigation carried out to study the potential use of copper slag as fine aggregate on the strength of both normal and high strength concrete.
Utilization of Induction Furnace Slag in Concrete as Coarse Aggregate Mohammed 1st International Conference on Engineering Research and Practice, 45 Feb 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh 44 (a) (b) (c) Figure 1. Grading curve of aggregates (a, b – coarse aggregates; c – fine aggregate) 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
portland slag cement; however conversion of this slag into fine aggregate and use as replacement of river sand is an innovative and novel approach to recycle slags. Converting Granulated Blast Furnace Slag into Fine Aggregate 93
Abstract In this paper waste industrial slag has been utilized in the concrete mix design to increase the compressive strength of concrete. The disposal of this type of industrial by product is an environmental issue. ... Key Words: Slag,Concrete, Fine aggregate, Physical Properties. 1. .
This paper focus on investigating behavior of M30 concrete by partial replacement of cement and fine aggregate by Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) and Granulated blast furnace slag (GBS).
The slump of the concrete incorporating the copper slag as fine aggregate increased as more natural sand was replaced by copper slag. Maximum slump obtained was 40mm which occurred at the 100% copper slag
In this study, the use of steel slag as fine and/or coarse aggregate in concrete is investigated. For this purpose, 12 different concrete mixtures with different water/cement ratios of, and which include steel slag aggregate as
concrete. However, the combination of using both blast furnace slag as binder and fine aggregate shows a greater improvement of those properties of concrete. ... In this paper, the properties of concrete such as compressive strength and young's modulus, carbonation, diffusion of ... results of concrete with ground granulated blast furnace slag ...
concrete. Fine and coarse aggregate constitute about 75% of total volume. It is therefore, important ... that have been performed regarding the utilization of steel slag in concrete as aggregate. This shows ... properties of concrete. This paper presents the results of .
A Mix Design of Self Compacting Concrete with Copper slag as Fine aggregate and Silica fume as Mineral Admixture,, . Abstract— Since there is a scarcity of fine aggregate throughout the country it is essential to find a replacement of fine aggregate. Our
Steel slag aggregate (SSA) is a byproduct of the production of steel in an electric arc furnace. The high iron oxide content of the aggregate results in an aggregate that is very hard and very dense (SSA is 2030% heavier than naturally occurring aggregates such as basalt and granite).
Experimental Studies on Concrete Replacing Fine Aggregate with Blast Furnace Slags J. Selwyn Babu1, ... mechanical properties of concrete, replacing fine aggregate with blast furnace slag and ground granulated blast furnace slag. ... with blast furnace slag aggregates", Construction and Building Materials, vol. 24, pp 1166 – 1175, ...
the agro waste as partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete for the purpose of reduction the natural resource exploitation and associated costs, minimization waste landfill, and modifying the concrete properties.