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A Concrete Made Using Manufactured Sand Steel And Sisal Fibres

Mar 03 2013018332A Concrete Made Using Manufactured Sand Steel and Sisal aggregate is partially replaced with manufactured Sand and the crushed granite as coarse aggregate The fibres used in the study were hooked steel and sisal fibres 22 Casting of Specimens Details Ingredients such as cement sand manufactured sand and

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  • High Strength Concrete Made Using Manufactured

    Mar 08 2014018332for cement in concrete Sand of particles passing through 475mm sieve have been used with partially replaced using manufactured Sand and the crushed granite as coarse aggregate has been partially replaced with coconut shell of size 12 to 20mm The fibres used in the study were hooked steel and sisal fibres Properties Fiber Average fibre


    STRENGTH AND DURABILITY STUDIES ON CONCRETE MADE WITH MANUFACTURED SAND S S Saravanan and P Jagadeesh School of Mechanical and Building Sciences Vellore Institute of Tec hnology University India EMail ssaravanan513gmailcom ABSTRACT Use of manufactured sand in concrete has been an area of interest for many researchers across the globe

  • Developing Geopolymer Concrete Properties by Using

    This research investigates the simultaneous impact of two different types of steel fibers nanometakaolin and nanosilica on the mechanical properties of geopolymer concrete GPC mixes To achieve this aim different geopolymer concrete mixes were prepared Firstly with and without nanomaterials nanosilica and nanometakaolin of 0 2 4ampx0025 6ampx0025 and 8ampx0025 from ground

  • A Study on Durability of Sisal Fibre Reinforced Concrete

    In this work an emphasis is made on durability characteristics of Sisal fibre reinforced concrete composites and an attempt is made to prove Sisal fibre reinforced concrete composites are cost

  • Behaviour of natural sisal fibre reinforce concrete beam

    A natural sisal fibre used with mechanical performance as reinforcement a cement base composite beam Cutting the size of sisal with respect to its aspect ratio as 50 75 and 100 Sisal fibre added in concrete is percentage 15 2 with respect to the weight of cement Characteristics of sisal Fiber Type Sisal Diameter mm 03 02


    The use of materials takes into account the standards of Fiber for Concrete 18 Test methods for fibers in concrete 19 Standard specifications for steel fibers for fiberreinforced concrete

  • Bamboo Reinforced Concrete Mix Proportion Design and

    Thus concrete mix proportion for bamboo reinforced concrete must have watercement ratio as low as possible It should also be considered to use concrete with high earlystrength cement to minimize cracks caused by swelling of bamboo The mix design of concrete can be as per the strength requirement for structure as per structural design

  • Fiber Reinforced Concrete and Admixtures Concrete

    Building professionals anc concrete contracters are increasingly turning to the use of fibers in different shapes sizes and colors to reinforce concrete for many building applications These fibers may be steel synthetic glass cellulose or natural materials such as sisal jute or sugar cane byproducts

  • Experimental Study On Hybrid Fibre Concrete With

    22 LITERATURE ON FIBRE CONCRETE WITH M SAND MrBhaveshkumar MrSandip did investigation on concrete properties by partially replacing river sand by manufactured sand The manufactured sand is from chikhli region of Gujarat Natural sand has been replaced by manufactured sand in 0 25 50 75 and 100

  • Investigation on Waste Plastic Fibre Reinforced Concrete

    strength 4Mahendra and RChitalang reported that using manufactured sand and steel fibres in concrete going to concrete3 BalasubramanianmM reported that by using 1 of Eplastic in concrete produces 25 of incremental strength compared to conventional concrete 10 2

  • Carbon concrete the building material of the future

    Carbon concrete is understood to mean a compound of concrete and carbon fibres There are three processes at present carbon fibres are added to the concrete They are distributed wildly throughout the entire building component Gridlike textile mats made of carbon fibres are placed between fine concrete

  • Suspensibility of Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Values

    In 2013 Lviv National Agrarian University patented reinforced concrete beams containing fibre external reinforcement and steel reinforcement tape with end anchors Such technical solutions aimed at significantly reducing the cost of construction by reducing the complexity of manufacturing due to the complete replacement frames and ribbon fibre

  • How to Make Ultra High Performance Concrete Hunker

    Using this concrete structures such as bridges and highrise buildings can be built of concrete without using steel reinforcements Although this mixture is designed primarily for use in large construction projects it is also quite durable to use on a smaller scale such as pouring a concrete

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Reinforced Concrete

    Reinforced concrete is a combination of traditional cement concrete with reinforcements steel bar This combination is made to utilize the compressive strength of concrete and tensile strength of steel simultaneously In reinforced concrete the components work together to resist many types of loading

  • How Concrete Is Made Concrete Cracks Make Concrete

    Nov 04 2019018332Using steel reinforcement makes concrete not just stronger but also somewhat more flexible But there are major drawbacks to using steelreinforced concrete

  • Concrete

    Concrete is a construction material that consists of cement commonly Portland cement as well as other cementitious materials such as fly ash and slag cement aggregate generally a coarse aggregate such as gravel limestone or granite plus a fine aggregate such as sand or manufactured sand and water and chemical admixtures Concrete solidifies and hardens after mixing and placement due to

  • Properties of HighVolume Fly Ash Concrete Reinforced with

    Mawenya AS Development in sisal fibre reinforced concrete Proceedings on Appropriate Building Materials for Low Cost Housing Nairobi Kenya Nov 1983 25 Fageiri OME Use of kenaf fibres for reinforcement of rich cementsand corrugated sheets Proceedings on Appropriate Building Materials for Low Cost Housing Nairobi Kenya Nov 1983

  • Study on durability of natural fibre concrete composites

    viour of concrete reinforced with natural fibres were studied AlOraimi and Seibi 1995 Here an experimental study was done using glass and palm tree fibres on high strength concrete Mechanical strength properties such as compressive split tensile flexural strengths and post cracking toughness were studied It was concluded that natural

  • Concrete blocks sand cement blocks

    SisalFibreReinforced Cement SFRC Sisal and other vegetable fibres have only recently come into use for reinforcement of concrete Sisal fibre can be used as short discontinuous timbres 15 to 75mm in length or as continuous long fibres over 75mm in length Sometimes both short and long fibres

  • CiteSeerX High Strength Concrete Made Using

    CiteSeerX Document Details Isaac Councill Lee Giles Pradeep Teregowda Abstract This experimental study have been carried out to find the combined effect of 50 manufacturing sand as fine aggregate replacement coarse aggregate with 50 coconut shell and steel sisal fibres as reinforcement in high strength concrete From the compressive strength and split tensile strength it

  • Fiber Reinforced Concrete Topic

    May 31 2020018332Fiberreinforced concrete FRC is concrete made primarily of hydraulic cements aggregates and discrete reinforcing fibers Fibers suitable for reinforcing concrete have been produced from steel glass and organic polymers synthetic fibers Naturally occurring asbestos fibers and vegetable fibers such as sisal and jute are also used for reinforcement

  • What are Applications of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

    Steel fiber reinforced concrete is a low cost solution for uncracked section design of concrete members Use of steel fiber reinforcement in concrete enhances the ability of structural members to carry significant stresses The use of fibers increases the toughness of concrete under any type of loads

  • The Pros and Cons of Manufactured Sand The Screed

    More cost effective than natural sand Manufactured sand can be produced in areas closer to construction sites bringing down the cost of transportation and providing an assurance of consistent supply Compliant with the new European Standards Manufactured sand can be used as aggregates in screed and concrete mixes as per EN13139 It can be

  • Durability of Steel FiberReinforced Concrete Containing

    Jul 07 2019018332An experimental study was conducted to investigate the effect ofnanoSiO 2 and steel fiber content on the durability of concrete Five different dosages of nanoSiO 2 particles and five volume dosages of steel fiber were used The durability of concretes includes permeability resistance cracking resistance carbonation resistance and freezingthawing resistance and these were evaluated by

  • Effect of Manufactured Sand on Durability Properties of

    1 PMShanmugavadivu and RMalathy 2011Durability Properties of Concrete with Natural sand and Manufactured sand International Conference on Science and Engineering 2 M G Shaikh and S A Daimi 2011 Durability studies of concrete made by using artificial sand with

  • A Study on Concrete Using Bottom Ash Manufacturing Sand

    Jan 20 2015018332A Study on Concrete Using Bottom Ash Manufacturing Sand and Hybrid Steel and Coir Fibres 1 IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering IOSRJMCE eISSN 22781684pISSN 2320334X Volume 10 Issue 1 Nov Dec 2013 PP 5557 wwwiosrjournalsorg wwwiosrjournalsorg 55 Page A Study on Concrete Using Bottom Ash Manufacturing Sand and Hybrid Steel and Coir Fibres

  • Mechanical Properties of Steel FiberReinforced Concrete

    3 Experimental Programs 31 Cube Compression of Steel FiberReinforced Concrete The standard length of 150 mm cube specimen was used in the cube compressive strength test and the methods and procedures of ordinary concrete mechanical properties test method standard GBT 500802016 and test method for fiber concrete CECS 132009 were referred to conduct the test

  • GFRC Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete The Concrete

    Aug 21 2020018332The material used to make boats or other products although called fiberglass is really glass fiber reinforced plasticglass fibers in a polymer matrix If instead of the polymer we use portland cement and sand the resulting material is glass fiber reinforced concreteGFRC or sometimes GRC the Brits call it glassfibre reinforced concrete

  • 4 Types of Modern Concrete Homes Plus Costs Pros Cons

    Modern concrete homes are made using a combination of cement water sand and stone aggregates This is also combined with various chemical properties so that the material becomes strong and durable Usually though concrete homes are made in much the same way that regular houses are made