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2.4 glass aggregate in concrete and the effect on mechanical properties 10 table 3.2 sieve analysis of 20 mm coarse aggregates.
aggregate as a partial replacement of fine and coarse. aggregate. it was reported that the concrete with non-colour. waste glass had larger expansion caused
in the construction sector, recycled glass is used in concrete glass distribution very similar to that of calcareous coarse aggregate.
the coarse aggregates are substituted for coarse glass aggregate (cga) as 0,20,40,60,80 and 100.the results show that increasing the coarse glass
extensive studies have been carried out on the partial replacement of cement, fine and coarse aggregates with waste glass in concrete, which
for concrete work the coarse aggregate size and amount was selected as per astm c33 (astm, 2016a). physical properties of aggregates used in concrete work are
 conducted a research of waste glass usage as partial replacement of fine aggregate in concrete production and discovered that glass can
partial replacement of fine and coarse aggregates with e-plastic waste  and waste glass  produced interesting results for compressive strength and
abstract: concrete is a composite material made by mixing fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, cement and water. due to depletion of natural resources,
pdf in this study, waste glasses that are not possible to be recycled were used in concretes as a pozzolan and coarse aggregate, and thus those are.
of waste glass content as coarse aggregate in concrete mixtures. corinaldesi et al.  also reported that no alkalisilica reaction.
the utilization of waste materials (slag, fly ash, glass beads, plastic and so on) in concrete manufacturing is significant due to its engineering, financial, research on the utilisation of recycled glass for concrete masonry blocks, and it was shown that waste glass can be used as both coarse aggregate and as
the use of glass waste in concrete production has been a topic of interest ignored the potential usage of waste glass as cement and coarse aggregate.
conventional concrete aggregate consists of sand (fine aggregate) and various sizes and recycled waste glasses were used as coarse and fine aggregates
the paper reports on the performance of 34 different concrete mixes containing glass crushed to -in. (19-mm) maximum size as coarse size as coarse aggregate and six reference mixes made with gravel of the same size. two cements of alkali equivalent 0.58 and 1.13,.
waste glass provides a poor coarse aggregate due to the smooth surface of glass. abstract. glass is a common material made from natural resources such as sand.
this study focuses on producing concrete of acceptable strength with waste glass as coarse aggregate and determining the optimum coarse aggregate mix ratio research on the utilisation of recycled glass for concrete masonry blocks, and it was shown that waste glass can be used as both coarse aggregate and as
the performance of waste glass/fly ash concrete was evaluated, phases: a study of the interaction of coarse and fine glass with fly ash and their effect
the waste materials considered to be recycled in this study is flat glass (aluminium window). glass was used to replace up to 35 of coarse
abstract. the possibility of using recycled coarse glass aggregates as a substitute for natural crushed stone are relatively limited. in order to promote it
were conducted in the shiats to further explore the use of waste glass as coarse aggregates replacement in concrete. the study indicated that waste glass
performance of 34 different concrete mixes containing glass crushed to three-quarters of an inch (19-mm) maximum size as coarse aggregate and six reference
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