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performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete

A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut

This paper presents the results of an investigation carried out on the comparative\ud cost analysis and strength characteristics of concrete produced using crushed, granular coconut and palm kernel shells as substitutes\ud for conventional coarse aggregate in gradation of 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%.

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Effect of High Performance Concrete in PCC Structure by

The bagasse ash and coconut shell have been replaced partially with the concrete of about optimum of 25% respectively. Instead of cement, bagasse ash is utilized with varying proportions and the strength values are evaluated and tabulated. Similarly coconut has been utilized with the conventional concrete for the replacement of coarse aggregate.

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IRJET- Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete

Coconut shell used as coarse aggregate in concrete encouraged sustainable and environmentally helpful material in the construction field. Therefore, this study examines durability performance of quarry dust as fine aggregate and coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete.

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PDF Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in

utilization of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in mass concrete", International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 7, No.11, pp 05-08 5. Kulkarni V.P, Kumar .S, ( ),"Comparitive study on coconut shell aggregate with conventional concrete", Vol.2, Issue 12, pp 67-70. 6. Shetty M.S

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Experimental Investigations on the Physical and Mechanical

Using OPSs (oil palm shells) as aggregate in concrete can help resolve the concomitant environmental problems. In addition, a substantial amount of cost can be reduced if the weight of the concrete structure is decreased. Olanipekun et al. [9] have compared the cost of concrete made of coconut shells and palm kernel shells as coarse aggregates

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TORSIONAL AND CRACKING BEHAVIOURS OF NORMAL

coarse aggregate in NWC mixes. The size of granite aggregate used was between 20 mm and 12.5 mm. Coconut shells (CS) were collected from market waste and was broken into 12.5 mm size using a hammer. According to Rahal [14], since coconut shells have high water absorption, CS aggregates were used in saturated

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Performance of coconut shell ash and palm kernel shell ash

High cost of cement used as binder in the production of concrete has led to a search for alternative. Using a mix design ratio of 1:2:4 and water binder ratio of 0.63, concrete cubes were casted using varying ordinary Portland cement (OPC): palm kernel shell ash (PKSA) and ordinary Portland cement (OPC): coconut shell ash (CSA) ratios of 100:0, 90:10, 80:20, 70:30 , 60:40 and 50:50 respectively.

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Study on Strength Properties of Concrete Containing

Aug 10,  · A large amount of waste coconut shell is generated in Indian temples and industry of coconut product and its disposal need to be addressed. This experimental work will discuss about the effects of replacing coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete with 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% to produce Eco friendly concrete.

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How can we increase the compressive strength of concrete

Feb 20,  · * Coconut Shell can be grouped under light weight aggregate because their 28 days dry densities are less than 2000kg/m3. * From economic point of view, CS are low cost aggregate. * CS are more suitable as low strength giving aggregate when used to replace common coarse aggregate in concrete production.

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Properties of Coconut Shell Aggregate Concrete: A Review

Sep 22,  · Many researches were conducted on coconut shell aggregate concrete in the last decade. This paper presents an overview of physical, mechanical and chemical properties of coconut shells, followed by a discussion on the physical, mechanical, bond and durability properties of coconut shell aggregate concrete.

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The Use of Coconut Fibre in the Production of Structural

They found that the average fresh concrete density and 28-day cube compressive strength of the concrete using coconut shell aggregate were 1975 kg m-1 and 19.1 N mm-1, respectively. It is concluded that crushed coconut shells are suitable when it is used as substitute for conventional aggregates in lightweight concrete production.

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PDF Application of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete: A

Coarse aggregates, Coconut shell, Compressive strength, Concrete cube specimens, Grade 53 Birla. f. In the paper Review On Utilization Of Coconut Shell As Coarse Aggregates in Mass Concrete by Maninder Kaur & Manpreet Kaur, Department of Civil Engineering, PEC, Chandigarh

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IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Jul 10,  · Most of the researcher used coconut shell as the coarse aggregate replacement in the production of concrete. The aim of Kanojia and Jain’s [15] study was to identify the effects of coconut shell in concrete as partial replacement the conventional coarse aggregate. This study replaced the aggregate with coconut shell by 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% and

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The Influence of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregates in

Significant quantities of coconut shell (CS), a by-product of agriculture, can be used as an artificial source of coarse aggregates. In this study, four CSs were used as coarse aggregates replacement in asphalt concrete with 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% weight volumes. The particle sizes of the CSs used as main coarse aggregates range from 5 mm to 20 mm.

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Replacement of aggregate with coconut shell in

Innovation material in concrete mix- coconut shell. Experimental investigation of E - Waste by partial Replacement of coarse aggregate. Vacchani Dhaval Mahendar.

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Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Coconut Shell as

The properties of concrete using coconut shell as coarse aggregate were investigated in an experimental study. The results showed that the experimental bond strength of coconut shell concrete is much higher than the bond strength..After studying the strength/economy ratio, it was

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