Comparative Analyzing of Replacement of Natural Fine and Coarse Aggregate by Foundry Waste and Treated Waste Water
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M.Tech / M.E / PhD Thesis | Civil Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 8, August 2015

Comparative Analyzing of Replacement of Natural Fine and Coarse Aggregate by Foundry Waste and Treated Waste Water

V. H. Lavangare, Dr. G. S. Kulkarni

Generation of foundry waste of metal casting industries causes environmental problems because of its improper disposal Thus, its usages in building material construction and in other field is essential for reduction of environmental problems. Due to industrialization, infrastructure development and soft housing policy of government of India, the construction industry is in full boom due to which within short span of time there is a tremendous increase in the utilization of cement and concrete for various construction activities. It is expected that the same rate will continued in the next decade and this many invite the threat to the environment. Availability of raw material required for manufacturing of cement and production of concrete are limited in nature. This increased demand will lead to fast depletion of natural resources and will cause bog thread environment. This project is carried out to produce a low- cost and eco-friendly Plain Cement Concrete Blocks This project demonstrates the use of waste foundry product (foundry sand slag aggregates and recycled waste water C.E.T.P. Kagal) The main goal of this study is to demonstrate the possibility of using foundry wastes as a substitute rather than natural aggregates in concrete production in %. The experimental work consists of casting of cubes, beams and paving blocks of grade M20. cross-sectional dimensions of cube 150mm x 150mm and 150mm length. And cross-sectional dimensions of beam 500mm x 100mm x 100mm, and cross-sectional dimensions. Paving block 90mm x 90mm x 60mm

Keywords: Compressive strength, Concrete, Industrial waste, foundry sand slag aggregates and recycled waste water CETP Kagal

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 8, August 2015

Pages: 1094 - 1100

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V. H. Lavangare, Dr. G. S. Kulkarni, "Comparative Analyzing of Replacement of Natural Fine and Coarse Aggregate by Foundry Waste and Treated Waste Water", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SUB157515, Volume 4 Issue 8, August 2015, 1094 - 1100

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