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Use of Plastic Waste in Concrete Mix IRJET Journal

Mr. Ashok Meti Assistant Professor Department of Civil

2. “Study of performance of plastic waste in flexible pavement” in International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 5, ISSN: 2395-0056, May 2018. | Impact Factor (2017) 6.171. 3. “Study of Properties of Concrete containing Coper Slag as Fine Aggregate” International

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IRJET- Experimental Study on Glass, Steel and Hybrid

https://www.irjet.net/archives/V6/i5/IRJET-V6I5285.pdf

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Comparative Study by using Wastewater ...

concrete and by using wastewater curing in conventional concrete, we can determine different strengths of concrete. In this study we can find out whether the strength of concrete is increase by adding human hair or by using wastewater curing. Key Words: Human hair, waste water, compressive strength, tensile strength, Fibre reinforced concrete.

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Reuse of Plastic Waste in Paver Blocks – IJERT

Satish Parihar et.al2 used recycled plastic aggregate in various proportions in concrete mix and check there stability. Amount of waste plastic being accumulated in 21st centuries has created big challenges for their disposal, thus obliging the authorities to invest in felicitating the use of waste plastic coarse aggregate in a concrete is

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The Future of Fly Ash Use in Concrete - NPCA

The following is a summary list of fly ash's contribution to concrete: Increases ultimate concrete strength. Increases concrete durability. Is more economical than portland cement. Reduces the heat of hydration (first used in mass concrete construction in the building of Hungry Horse Dam, Montana,1948)

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Civil Engineering | CFC – SNS College of Technology

M.Indumathi 2019, ‘Soil stabilization using tannary waste’, IRJET Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, vol. 6, no. 400 pp.2395-0056 ISSN : 2395-0072. P.Srishadurya 2019, ‘Experimental study on High Volume Flyash concrete’, IRJET Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (Annexure-II), vol. 6, issue 2, February 2019 no

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Effect of Waste Plastic as Partial Replacement of

of concrete mix, which is the current topic of discussion. 2. Literature Review Zainab Z. Ismail [1] in his study concluded that, the adhesive strength between the surface of the waste plastic and cement paste decreases which causes the strength of the plastic concrete to decrease. In addition waste plastic is

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Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Crumb Rubber and Plastic

The waste tire rubber provides a concrete with good engineering properties by partial replacement of waste tyre crumb rubber particle to the fine aggregate in concrete. Plastic waste constitute 12.3 % of the total waste produced. Each of these waste products has provided a specific effect on the properties of fresh and hardened concrete.

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The performance of thermal property in concrete containing

Repurposing of plastic waste in useful products such as concrete appears as an alternative in the construction industry. This paper's main objective is to explore the performance of thermal properties in concrete by incorporating waste Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) as an aggregate in a concrete mix.

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Plastic in the ocean | Magazine Articles | WWF

Of all the plastic ever made, half was made in the past 15 years. But we don’t know what to do with all this plastic once we’re finished with it. “Today science tells us that the majority of plastic waste ending up in oceans is coming from land, specifically due to limited or nonexistent waste management,” says Simon.

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Potential Use of E-Plastic Waste in Concrete

In this research work, a survey was conducted to quantify the amount of waste E-plastic generated per day. M30 grade of concrete was designed as per the IS method and the mix proportion obtained was 1:1.6:2.5. Fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with E-plastics in various percentages ranging from 5% to 30% by weight of cement.

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