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3, Issue 11, 2016 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613

Effects Ceramic Waste and Brick Aggregates in Cement Concrete


Anjani Kumar1 Abhishek Kumar Tiwari2
1
Team Leader 2Assistant Professor
1,2
Department of Computer Engineering
1
Indian Technocrats Ltd. 2Corporate Institute of Science and Technology
Abstract Word reuses intends to recreate any waste item
and aggregate is utilized as a part of cement to supply
compel and together it implies an aggregate made with
waste material which will be connected in cement. Block
aggregate is gotten from annihilated solid structures. At the
point when any solid structure is destroyed, the parts
annihilated of solid structure can utilized as block aggregate
and earthenware waste is a waste from clay commercial
enterprises.. In this research article property of M 40
concrete is determined when coarse aggregate is replaced by
Brick aggregate and Ceramic waste.
Key words: Brick Aggregate, Creamic Waste, Coarse
Aggregate, Concrete
I. INTRODUCTION
In the midst of the latest decades, it has been seen with
creating stress that misuses from an improvement are of
broad volume and that this volume is growing year by year.
The issue of waste gathering exists far and wide. The
dominant part of waste materials are left as a landfill
material or unlawfully dumped. Natural impact can be
diminished by making more sensible usage of this waste.
Waste organization is one of the requirements of every
gathering and it has been able to be obvious that awesome
waste organization can enhance the individual fulfillment.
ain rule of a quality waste organization is in cutting down
the expansive scale assembling of new, finding ways to deal
with reuse and reuse existing, and safe and actually
agreeable putting away of unused waste. Reusing is the
reprocessing of old materials into the new things, keep the
abuse of conceivably. supportive materials, decreasing the
usage of rough materials. At thusly, it is possible to diminish
the issue of improvement and decimation waste stockpiling,
besides, to diminish the use of normal materials. The
utilization of stone work waste and of pummeled piece as an
aggregate in mortar and bond would positively affect the
economy besides. Specifically, a shielding of ordinary
materials is imperative for an organically competent and
practical building that would be cost feasible additionally.
This kind of building derives an utilization of lowcost
materials that can be used with no negative impact on the
earth. In this quickly developing world, design changes each
week and patterns changes, need of human is additionally
expanding and alongside need people need to develop or
change with most recent patterns, because of this building
revamped or modify. On the off chance that any building
remake so the waste which is gathered from their destroy
structure is fundamentally utilized for landfills yet now
squander gathered from solid structures can utilized as an
aggregate as a part of cement. block aggregate is waste
result of destroyed block stone work, the fundamental goal
of this article is to demonstrate the usage of block aggregate
in cement.

II. METHODOLOGY
Brick aggregate is a waste material collected from
demolished concrete structure, for this project brick
aggregate is collected from a demolished concrete structure
situated in Bhopal. Specific gravity of brick aggregate is
2.45 with fineness modulus of 5.61. Ceramic waste are
collects locally and its specific gravity is 2.41 with fineness
modulus 8.24. along with this OPC cement of specific
gravity 3.15 and fineness modulus 3.82, Fine aggregate
which is natural river sand of specific gravity 2.66, fineness
modulus 4.50 and water absorption 0.65%, coarse aggregate
which is crushed stone of specific gravity of 0.72, fineness
modulus 5.80 and water absorption 0.55% and water is used
which conformed specification given under IS456. Mix
proportion is designed by IS 10262: 2009. Mix where
prepared with ceramic waste and brick aggregate contain
these materials 0% to 100% at an interval of 20%, mix
designation is given in table 1. All these mixes are castes in
150mm * 150mm * 150mm cubes and after 24 hours these
cubes are demolded and placed for curing, curing is done in
clean water and in room temperature, these cubes are tested
for compressive strength after 7 and 28 days of curing and
on fresh concrete workability test is performed.
Percentage Brick
Mix
Percentage Brick
Mix
Aggregate
Name
Aggregate
Name
0%
CC
0%
CC
20%
BA1
20%
CW1
40%
BA2
40%
CW2
60%
BA3
60%
CW3
80%
BA4
80%
CW4
100%
BA5
100%
CW5
Table 1: Mix Designation
III. RESULT AND DISCUSSION
Workability of concrete is determined by slump cone test,
slump cone test is performed on fresh concrete, slump of
ceramic waste concrete is given in graph1 and it varies from
110 mm to 134 mm of CW1 to CW5 mix respectively, by
the result we observed that ceramic waste increases the
workability of concrete with the increase in the percentage
of concrete. brick aggregate decreases the workability of the
concrete with the increase of percentage of brick aggregate
in concrete, its slump value varies from 87 mm to 55 mm of
BA1 to BA5 mix respectively, result of workability is given
in graph 2, whereas control mix gives 97 mm slump.
Compressive Strength of concrete is determined by
compressive strength test, which is performed on concrete
cube. Compressive Strength of ceramic waste concrete is
given in graph3 and it varies from 48.34 N/mm2 to 34.98
N/mm2 of CW1 to CW5 mix respectively, by the result we
observed that ceramic waste decreases the Compressive
Strength of concrete with the increase in the percentage of
concrete. Brick aggregate decreases the Compressive

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Strength of the concrete with the increase of percentage of


brick aggregate in concrete, its compressive strength varies
from 46.12 N/mm2 to 35.5 N/mm2 of BA1 to BA5 mix
respectively, result of Compressive Strength is given in
graph 2, whereas control mix possess 49.53 N/mm2
compressive strength.

IV. CONCLUSION
From current research investigation it has been observe that,
introduction of ceramic waste in concrete as coarse
aggregate is increases its workability (Slump) and decreases
its compressive strength, whereas introduction of brick
aggregate in concrete is decreased its workability (slump) as
well as its compressive strength. It is also concluded that
both ceramic waste and brick aggregate is a good material
which can replace concrete upto 60%.
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Fig. 1: Graph 1: Workability of Ceramic waste concrete

Fig. 2: Graph 2: Workability of Brick Aggregate concrete

Fig. 3: Graph 3: Compressive Strength of Ceramic waste


concrete

Fig. 4: Graph 4: Compressive Strength of Brick Aggregate


concrete

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