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Paper Id: IJARW1270
Title: DURABILITY STUDY OF CONCRETE USING FOUNDRY WASTE SAND
Published in: International Journal Of All Research Writings
Publisher: IJARW
ISSN: 2582-1008
Volume / Issue: Volume 1 Issue 12
Pages: 4
Published On: 6/17/2020 3:31:16 AM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
Main Author Details
Name: Deepak Mehra
Institute: SRK University, Bhopal, India
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Mohammad Aashiq Khan SRK University, Bhopal, India
Ahtesham Khan SRK University, Bhopal, India
Abstract
Research Area: Civil Engineering
KeyWord: Foundry waste sand (Burnt black sand and Weathered sand), Porosity and Water absorption, Permeability, Compressive strength, Acid attack
Abstract: In India nowadays metal casting industries dump lot of foundry sand as a waste, which is creating dangerous environmental related problems, on the other hand we are facing a problem of sand scarcity in construction. With the aim of resolving these two problems, we have attempted an effective strength and durability performance study on concrete with 100% replacement of foundry sand. Pathariya Saraswati C, Ranajay krushnaK studied the compressive strength of the concrete by replacement of the local sand by foundry waste sand by 0%, 20%, 40% and 60% and they found that for 60% replacement of local sand by waste foundry sand they had obtained maximum compressive strength values. Rafat Siddique, Ravinder Kaur Sindhu, carried out the test for studying the resistance of the concrete for the sulphate attack and they had observed that for the mix containing 10% FWS an increase in strength as compared to the control mix even after immersing the cubes in magnesium sulphate solution. However, for both 15% and 20% replacement levels, a decrease in strength is observed when compared to the standard 28 days strength of the related concrete mix, at all ages after immersion in the sulphate solution. Alok Khanduri under the guidance of Rafat Siddique studied the effect of foundry sand on porosity and Resulted that Porosity of the mortar decreases with increase in sand replacements with different replacement levels of foundry sand. The mortar with FWS than 10% exhibited reductions in water absorption and voids ratio. G.GaneshPrabhu, Jin Wook Bang, Byung Jae Lee, Jung Hwan Hyun,Yun Yong Kim studied the reuse of Foundry sand as a substitute for natural sand in concrete production was evaluated based on the mechanical and durability properties of the resulting concrete. Based on the extensive tests carried out on the six mixtures, the following conclusion has been made. The chemical analysis of Foundry sand indicated that Foundry sand can be a very suitable material for concrete production. However, the fineness and high water absorption of FWS increases the water demand of the concrete by water absorption, decreasing the workability of the concrete, although the effect was profound beyond the substitution rate of 30%. From the above discussion it is clear that many of the researchers have determined strength parameters at different replacement levels of foundry waste sand. Durability study is very scanty in the available literature. Keeping this point in mind following objectives has been defined below.
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Deepak Mehra, Mohammad Aashiq Khan, Ahtesham Khan, "DURABILITY STUDY OF CONCRETE USING FOUNDRY WASTE SAND", International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol. 1, no. 12, pp. 93-96, 2020.
MLA Deepak Mehra, Mohammad Aashiq Khan, Ahtesham Khan "DURABILITY STUDY OF CONCRETE USING FOUNDRY WASTE SAND." International Journal Of All Research Writings, vol 1, no. 12, 2020, pp. 93-96.
APA Deepak Mehra, Mohammad Aashiq Khan, Ahtesham Khan (2020). DURABILITY STUDY OF CONCRETE USING FOUNDRY WASTE SAND. International Journal Of All Research Writings, 1(12), 93-96.
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