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Dataset of tensile strength development of concrete with

This article presents 755 groups splitting tensile strength tests data of concrete with manufactured sand (MSC) in different curing age ranged from 1 day to 388 days related to the research article “Experimental study on tensile strength development of concrete with manufactured sand” (Zhao et al., 2017) .These data were used to evaluate the precision of the prediction formulas of tensile

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STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE USING

tensile strength and compressive strength was obtained as investigated polymer based geopolymer concrete using m-sand. The SEM images of fly ash and manufactured sand were verified in this study. It was also shown that, the material and artificial material m. sand for conventional river sand. Concrete mix design for the range of M30 was

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Compressive and Tensile Strength of Artificially Cemented

When 15% silica fume is added along with 60% of quartz sand, it can be seen that the compressive strength increased by 19.16% than conventional, split tensile strength increased by 7.2% than

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FLEXURAL AND TENSILE STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE

corpus id: 20784727. flexural and tensile strength properties of concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust as fine aggregate @inproceedings{ukpata2012flexuralat, title={flexural and tensile strength properties of concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust as fine aggregate}, author={j. o. ukpata and e. ephraim}, year={2012} }

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Effect of Sand Content on the Workability and Mechanical

Jan 29, 2019· The objective of this study is to examine the workability and various mechanical properties of concrete using artificial lightweight aggregates produced from expanded bottom ash and dredged soil. Fifteen concrete mixes were classified into three groups with regard to the designed compressive strengths corresponding to 18 MPa, 24 MPa, and 35 MPa. In each group,

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Relation Between Compressive and Tensile Strength of Concrete

Jan 06, 2020· Compressive Strength The main measure of the structural quality of concrete is its compressive strength. This property of concrete is commonly considered in structural design. Depending on the mix (especially the water-cement ratio) and time and quality of the curing, compressive strength of concrete can be obtained up to 14,000 psi or more. Commercial production of concrete

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Feasibility Of Artificial Sand In Concrete

artificial sand as fine aggregate gives consistently higher strength than the mixes with natural sand. The sharp edges of the particles in artificial sand provide better bond with cement than the rounded particles of natural sand resulting in higher strength. The excessive bleeding of concrete is reduced by using artificial sand.

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Strength Characteristics of Concrete Mix by Replacing Fine

replacement for sand in concrete mixes. The effect of replacing fine aggregate by copper slag on the compressive strength and split tensile strength are attempted in this work. 6) Gautam, Srivastava and Agarwal (2012) studies that the use of recycled glass helps in energy saving. The

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Tensile Strength of Concrete Test Procedure [Civil Planets]

Tensile Strength of Concrete Test. The tensile strength of concrete is an important property when it is to be used in making prestressed concrete structure, roads, and runways, this test shall follow as per the IS Code 5816. The tensile strength of concrete is generally in the range of 10 % to 12% of its compressive strength.

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FLEXURAL AND TENSILE STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE USING

corpus id: 20784727. flexural and tensile strength properties of concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust as fine aggregate @inproceedings{ukpata2012flexuralat, title={flexural and tensile strength properties of concrete using lateritic sand and quarry dust as fine aggregate}, author={j. o. ukpata and e. ephraim}, year={2012} }

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON COMPRESION AND TENSILE

CONCRETE USING PERLITE”, Apr -2017. 2. Dr. Ola Adel Qasim, “PERLITE POWDER AND STEEL FIBER EFFECTS ON PROPERTIES OF LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRET” January 2018. 3. S.Rukmangadhara Rao, G.Himali Kumari, N.Vidya Sagar lal, “STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE USING ROBO SAND AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE”, December 2015. 4.

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Light-weight concrete with artificial aggregate

The concrete mixes developed with the material used in this study resulted in a compressive strength of 19.7 MPa using an aggregate made with 100% plastic waste, while the results reported by Alqahtani et al. indicate a maximum compressive strength of 12 MPa using

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Mane Prediction of tensile strength of concrete produced

To construct the model, 25 input parameters were used to achieve one output parameter, referred to as the tensile strength of concrete containing partly pozzolanic materials and manufactured sand. The results obtained in both, the training and testing phases strongly show the potential use of ANN to predict 28 days tensile strength of concretes

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH BEHAVIOUR OF

of green sand and chemically bonded sand for 28 days. 7.2 Spilt Tensile Strength Test Table 5: Split Tensile Strength of Concrete with Green Sand Green sand content 2 (%) Split tensile strength (N/mm2) Average Split tensile strength (N/mm ) 7 days 28days 7 days 28days 0 1.96 2.90 1.96 2.93 1.96 2.94 1.97 2.95 10 2.10 3.03 2.12 3.08

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COMPRESSIVE AND TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE USING

Specifically compressive and tensile strength ranged from 21.06-35.2 N/mm2 and 10.06-15.5 N/mm2 for the mixes considered. These results compare favourably with those of conventional concrete. The concrete was found to be suitable for use as structural members for buildings and related structures, where laterite content did not exceed 50%.

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Prediction of Ultimate Tensile Strength of Prestressed

Prediction of Ultimate Tensile Strength of Prestressed Concrete Strand using Artificial Neural Network Model 190 Ç.Ü. Müh. Mim. Fak. Dergisi, 33(3), Eylül 2018 The wire is made by a rod or bar which is sunk in acid pickling bath and then is coated with a chemical substance to roll it easily in drawing machine.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH BEHAVIOUR OF

of green sand and chemically bonded sand for 28 days. 7.2 Spilt Tensile Strength Test Table 5: Split Tensile Strength of Concrete with Green Sand Green sand content 2 (%) Split tensile strength (N/mm2) Average Split tensile strength (N/mm ) 7 days 28days 7 days 28days 0 1.96 2.90 1.96 2.93 1.96 2.94 1.97 2.95 10 2.10 3.03 2.12 3.08

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COMPRESSIVE AND TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE USING

Specifically compressive and tensile strength ranged from 21.06-35.2 N/mm2 and 10.06-15.5 N/mm2 for the mixes considered. These results compare favourably with those of conventional concrete. The concrete was found to be suitable for use as structural members for buildings and related structures, where laterite content did not exceed 50%.

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Relation Between Compressive and Tensile Strength of Concrete

Jan 06, 2020· Compressive Strength The main measure of the structural quality of concrete is its compressive strength. This property of concrete is commonly considered in structural design. Depending on the mix (especially the water-cement ratio) and time and quality of the curing, compressive strength of concrete can be obtained up to 14,000 psi or more. Commercial production of concrete

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Effect on Strength Properties of M30 Grade of Concrete by

SAND AVG SPLIT TENSILE STRENGTH AT 7 DAYS (N/mm2) AVG SPLIT TENSILE STRENGTH AT 28 DAYS (N/mm2) 0 3.11 4.25 10 3.45 4.39 20 3.78 4.47 30 3.26 4.13 40 2.98 4.09 V. RESULT AND DISCUSSION The replacement of fine aggregates by wooden powder in concrete generally increases the ultimate strength of concrete.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF EFFECT OF ARTIFICIAL SAND AND

4. Results show that the river sand can be fully replaced by artificial sand. Proves to be economical in terms of availability. 5. Concrete with artificial sand and aggregates design results are satisfactory. 6. Cube strength of Narmada sand concrete is found to be less then artificial sand. 7.

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Predicting strength of recycled aggregate concrete using

Predicting strength of recycled aggregate concrete using teristics of concrete such as tensile strength, compressive strength, etc. (Ajdukiewicz and Kliszczewicz, 2002; Tu ters are water-cement ratio (W/C), sand-aggregate ratio (S/A), water to total materials ratio (W/T),

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Mechanical Properties of M 25 Grade Concrete Made With

percentages of 10, 20 and 30% study in the present investigation. The properties like compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength and young’s modulus of above combinations were studied and compared with conventional design mix concrete. Hence we can infer that 30% replacement of cement by fly ash is optimum

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Compressive Strength of Concrete Cube Test, Procedure

May 18, 2018· Concrete being the major consumable material after water makes it quite inquisitive in its nature. The strength of concrete is majorly derived from aggregates, where-as cement and sand contribute binding and workability along with flowability to concrete.. This is an in-depth article on Compressive Strength of Concrete.

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Everything You Need to Know About Concrete Strength Cor-Tuf

Mar 31, 2019· The most common indirect methods are flexural strength and the split tensile strength. The split tensile strength of concrete is determined using a split tensile test on concrete cylinders. The test should be performed according to the ASTM C496 standard. Flexural strength of concrete. Flexural strength is used as another indirect measure of

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OPTIMIZING THE STRENGTH AND PERMEABILITY OF

Improvement of pervious concrete tensile strength can be achieved by improving the tensile resistance of the paste through the use of fibres. The mix optimization procedure considered stresses developed on both macro and microscopic levelthe s within the paste. The following fibres were implemented into the mix design: Polypropylene Fibres 19 mm–

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Mechanical Properties and Conversion Relations of Strength

It was shown that when the replacement rate of stone or river sand increased from 0% to 100%, the cube compressive strength of stone-LAC and sand-LAC increased, respectively, by 55% and 25%, the axial compressive strength increased, respectively, by 91% and 72%, splitting tensile strength increased, respectively, by 99% and 44%, and the

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COMPARISON OF STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH

on the strength of concrete containing coir and steel fibers. Properties studied Include workability of fresh concrete, compressive strength, flexural tensile strength, splitting tensile strength, modulus of elasticity for hardened concrete. To improve the strength of concrete steel fibers were added and fiber volume fraction was 0%, 1.0%,2.0%

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Technical viability of self-compacting concretes with by

The substitution of natural river sand by artificial sand of granite generated concretes with the same level of compressive strength and improved the properties of the tensile strength; The effect of silica fume was more pronounced in the concrete with granite artificial sand than with micashist sand.

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EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STRENGTH BEHAVIOUR OF

of green sand and chemically bonded sand for 28 days. 7.2 Spilt Tensile Strength Test Table 5: Split Tensile Strength of Concrete with Green Sand Green sand content 2 (%) Split tensile strength (N/mm2) Average Split tensile strength (N/mm ) 7 days 28days 7 days 28days 0 1.96 2.90 1.96 2.93 1.96 2.94 1.97 2.95 10 2.10 3.03 2.12 3.08

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Mechanical Properties of M 25 Grade Concrete Made With

percentages of 10, 20 and 30% study in the present investigation. The properties like compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength and young’s modulus of above combinations were studied and compared with conventional design mix concrete. Hence we can infer that 30% replacement of cement by fly ash is optimum

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Mechanical Properties and Conversion Relations of Strength

It was shown that when the replacement rate of stone or river sand increased from 0% to 100%, the cube compressive strength of stone-LAC and sand-LAC increased, respectively, by 55% and 25%, the axial compressive strength increased, respectively, by 91% and 72%, splitting tensile strength increased, respectively, by 99% and 44%, and the

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Splitting tensile strength of lightweight concrete using

As part of efforts to reduce plastic waste, transformation of it to one concrete component will be good for the environment. The use of plastic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete making can provide lighter concrete but with a lower strength compared to normal concrete. Accordingly, an experimental study of 42 concrete specimens using waste polypropylene coarse aggregates coated with sand

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Technical viability of self-compacting concretes with by

The substitution of natural river sand by artificial sand of granite generated concretes with the same level of compressive strength and improved the properties of the tensile strength; The effect of silica fume was more pronounced in the concrete with granite artificial sand than with micashist sand.

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Study of Bond Strength of Concrete Using Recycled Aggregates

In situations where tensile stresses are developed the concrete is strengthened by using steel bars or short randomly distributed fibres forming a composite material called reinforced cement concrete (RCC) or fibre reinforced concrete. The resistance of concrete to the slipping of reinforcing bars embedded in concrete is called bond strength.

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Predicting strength of recycled aggregate concrete using

Predicting strength of recycled aggregate concrete using teristics of concrete such as tensile strength, compressive strength, etc. (Ajdukiewicz and Kliszczewicz, 2002; Tu ters are water-cement ratio (W/C), sand-aggregate ratio (S/A), water to total materials ratio (W/T),

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COMPARISON OF STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH

on the strength of concrete containing coir and steel fibers. Properties studied Include workability of fresh concrete, compressive strength, flexural tensile strength, splitting tensile strength, modulus of elasticity for hardened concrete. To improve the strength of concrete steel fibers were added and fiber volume fraction was 0%, 1.0%,2.0%

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Strength Properties of Concrete Using Crumb Rubber with

The compression strength of the concrete at 7th and 28th day were conducted is given in Table 6. Splitting tensile strength: The splitting tensile strength of the crumb rubber concrete with the different percentage replacement of crumb rubber by fine aggregate in normal concrete at the 7th and 28th day results were to be tabulated in Table 7.

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OPTIMIZING THE STRENGTH AND PERMEABILITY OF

Improvement of pervious concrete tensile strength can be achieved by improving the tensile resistance of the paste through the use of fibres. The mix optimization procedure considered stresses developed on both macro and microscopic levelthe s within the paste. The following fibres were implemented into the mix design: Polypropylene Fibres 19 mm–

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Improvement in Strength of Concrete with Natural Fibers

strength, splitting tensile strength, modulus of elasticity for hardened concrete. To improve the strength of concrete steel fibers were added and fiber volume fraction was 0%, 0.25%, 0.5%, 0.75% and 1.0% in weight basis. Coir fibers have higher tensile strength as compared to other natural fibers, as the coir does not break easily with hand.

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Direct Tensile Strength of Lightweight Concrete Using

It can provide lightweight concrete but with a lower strength compared tonormal concrete. Accordingly, an experimental study of 12 concrete specimens using wastepolypropylene coarse aggregates coated with sand was carried out. Direct tensile tests were conductedto cylinder concrete specimens having diameter of 10 cm and depth of 20 cm respectively.

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What are some ways to increase the strength of a concrete

Aug 19, 2016· The general rule is that the more cement you have the stronger your concrete, but too much cement also brings with it too much heat generated from hydration which will cause cracks and also retard the reaction. The less water you have too the more...

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High strength concrete properties, admixture, and mix

Till the late 1970s, the use of concrete in excess of M40 in tall buildings was not known. Now, with the effective use of admixtures and other sophisticated applications of concrete technology, it is easy to achieve a strength of 50 MPa in 12 to 18 hours, and above 70 MPa at 28-days.. It is feasible to produce concrete having a compressive strength of up to 150 MPa at 91-days.

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