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Coconut Shell As Coarse Aggregate

  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse

    coarse aggregate with coconut shell aggregate is determined from the study. Coarse aggregate made from coconut shells were used in proportions of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30% and 35% to replace coarse aggregate in conventional concrete. A constant water to cement ratio of 0.5 was used throughout the

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  • Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in

    Jun 01, 2017· Coconut shell was utilized as coarse aggregate as partial replacement of conventional coarse aggregates.

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  • Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in

    Coconut shell was utilized as coarse aggregate as partial replacement of conventional coarse aggregates.

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  • Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement for Coarse Aggregate

    AMARNATH YERRMALLA (2012) et al studied the strength of coconut shells(CS) replacement and different and study the transport properties of concrete with CS as coarse aggregate replacement. They concluded that Increase in CS percentage decreased densities of the concrete.

  • Performance of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in

    Daniel Yaw Osei (2013) in this experimental study coarse aggregate is partially replaced by coconut shell. Percentages of replacement by coconut shell were 0%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 100%. He concluded that CS can be used to produce lightweight concrete and 18.5% replacement of crushed granite with coconut shells can be used to produce structural concrete.

  • Strength Properties of Concrete Containing Coconut Shell

    coconut shells as coarse aggregate replacement . Control concrete with normal aggregate and binary concrete mixes (containing 10, 204, 0, 60, 80 and 100 % coconut by weight of coarse aggregate ) were produced and cured for 7, 14, 28, 56 and 90 days respectively. A total of one hundred and five (105) cubes and beams were cast and tested for

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  • Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in

    Jun 01, 2017· Using same mix design, coconut shell concrete was prepared by replacement of conventional crushed coarse aggregate (CA) with waste coconut shell (CS). Coconut shell replaced conventional aggregate by 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% respectively (by volume) and the effect on compressive strength and density of concrete was observed.

  • Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in

    ascertain the suitability of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete and ensuring that standard method of assessment are dully followed. The experiments carried out on all the materials used for the research work according to BS 4550 and BS 812 is as follows: 1. Cement a. Standard consistency test

  • Use of coconut shell as partly substitution of coarse

    Sep 25, 2019· The waste coconut shell may be utilized to replace natural coarse aggregate. In present study, compressive strength of concrete of M 20 grades has studied by replacing natural coarse aggregates at 0%, 5%, 10%, 20% and 30%, by weight with coconut shell. Compressive strength of coconut shell concrete has been evaluated on 7, 14, 21 and 28 days.

  • (PDF) Coconut Shell as a Substitute for Coarse Aggregate

    Coconut shells as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete is gaining importance especially in this region in terms of possible reduction of waste products in the environment and finding a

  • Experimental Investigation of Concrete using Coconut Shell

    Apr 27, 2017· In this experimental investigation, the coconut shell used as a light weight aggregate in concrete, the properties of coconut shell concrete examined, Control concrete with normal aggregate and CS concrete with 10 30% coarse aggregate replacement with CS were made, and Constant water to cementitious ratio of 0.5 was maintained for all the

  • Performance of Waste Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement

    replaced the coarse aggregate by coconut shell and grained palm kernel in their study. Percentage of. replacement by coconut shell were 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% respective-ly. Conclusion is that the combinationof these materials has . potential of being used as. lightweight aggregate in co. ncrete and also has reduce the . material cost in

  • Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in

    Coconut shell in the % 20, 30, 40, 50 and 100 individually and the outcomes. f. In the paper Review On Utilization Of Coconut Shell As Coarse Aggregates in Mass Concrete by Maninder Kaur and Manpreet Kaur, Department of Structural Engineering, PEC, Chandigarh were examined on the Use of coconut shells in

  • COCONUT SHELL AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF COARSE AGGREGATE

    Coconut shell as a completely substitution in the place of coarse aggregate may totally effective for designers in construction industry. The coconut shell concrete is a light weight solid which

  • Use of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Lightweight

    Oct 05, 2020· Coconut shell aggregate exhibits low impact, crushing, and abrasion values of 1.3%, 1.16% and 2.23% respectively compared with normal aggregate with 19.23%, 25.60% and 27.67% respectively. Coconut shell, however, has high percentage of water absorption capacity, elongation index and flakiness index of 23.72%, 26.69% and 86.12% respectively

  • Coconut (Cocos nucifera L) Waste as Partial Coarse

    Aug 03, 2020· coconut shell and coir fiber, as partial coarse aggregate replacement in making concrete hollow blocks. Keywords –aggregate, ASTM, coconut shell, coir fiber, concrete hollow blocks INTRODUCTION Concrete hollow block (CHB) is one of the most widely used walling material in building and infrastructure.

  • MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE USING COCONUT

    focus was made on the coarse aggregates and an attempt was made to replace th e conventional coarse aggregates using coconut shells in concrete. A control mix was designed for M 25 grade of co ncrete and then the crushed granite aggregates were replaced with coconut shells by volume in different levels such as 20%, 40 %, 60%, 80% and 100%.

  • Experimental Investigation of Concrete Using Coconut Shell

    Coarse Aggregate = 2.75 Water Absorption of Fine Similarly coconut shells concrete specimens are de-Aggregate = 0.5% Water Absorption of Coarse Aggregate moulded after 24 hours of casting and kept in water tank =1% Slum required =50-100mm Free moisture in sand for curing at 7 days and after 28 days. =2% 3.5 Mix Design for M20 Grade of Coconut

  • Coconut Shell as a Substitute for Coarse Aggregate in

    Dec 24, 2016· Coconut shells as a substitute for coarse aggregates in concrete is gaining importance especially in this region in terms of possible reduction of waste

  • Strength characteristics of concrete using coconut shell

    Apr 05, 2021· This experimental study mainly captures the possibilities of using coconut shell (CS) as a substitute for coarse aggregate (CA), to overcome the disposal challenges and waste minimization. Based on the experimental outcomes of this study, one can notice that, CS can be used as an alternate material to CA to make concrete light weight and

  • Performance of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in

    use of waste coconut shell for concrete production. Key words: coconut shell, concrete, coarse aggregate, compressive strength, waste disposal. nation's pollution problem as a solid waste in the 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is a composite material which composed of aggregates, cement and water. Concrete is used more than

  • Use of coconut shell as partly substitution of coarse

    Sep 25, 2019· The waste coconut shell may be utilized to replace natural coarse aggregate. In present study, compressive strength of concrete of M 20 grades has studied by replacing natural coarse aggregates at 0%, 5%, 10%, 20% and 30%, by weight with coconut shell. Compressive strength of coconut shell concrete has been evaluated on 7, 14, 21 and 28 days.

  • Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell as Coarse aggregate

    coconut shell concrete with the replacement of 16%, 18.5% and 20% by coarse aggregate By testing the concrete cubes, at th28 day 16% replacement of coarse aggregate by coconut shell shows that the strength of the coconut shell concrete was decreased by 4.02% from control mix. Similarly for

  • Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in

    Coconut shell in the % 20, 30, 40, 50 and 100 individually and the outcomes. f. In the paper Review On Utilization Of Coconut Shell As Coarse Aggregates in Mass Concrete by Maninder Kaur and Manpreet Kaur, Department of Structural Engineering, PEC, Chandigarh were examined on the Use of coconut shells in

  • Use of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in lightweight

    Concrete samples were produced with different mix ratios, to determine the best and economic proportions that will give acceptable compressive strengths. Concrete specimen were produced with coconut shell as coarse aggregate, ordinary river sand as fine aggregate and ordinary Portland cement as binders.

  • Effect of Coconut Shell as a Coarse Aggregates on Behavior

    It was observed that the coconut shell has a great potential as a partial replacement of the aggregate in the concrete. The present work is only an accumulation of information about GFRGC and the research work which is already carried out by other researchers. Coarse aggregate were used in proportions of 5%, 10%, 15% to replace coarse aggregate

  • Experiments on Partial Replacement of Coconut Shell as

    Concrete made from coconut shell waste as coarse aggregate will be studied for compressive strength, tensile strength and flexural strength. the percentage replacement will be 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% with natural coarse aggregates and replacement of 10% various size of coconut shell in concrete. the

  • Experimental Investigation of Concrete Using Coconut Shell

    Coarse Aggregate = 2.75 Water Absorption of Fine Similarly coconut shells concrete specimens are de-Aggregate = 0.5% Water Absorption of Coarse Aggregate moulded after 24 hours of casting and kept in water tank =1% Slum required =50-100mm Free moisture in sand for curing at 7 days and after 28 days. =2% 3.5 Mix Design for M20 Grade of Coconut

  • Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse

    Research material are cement, natural fine aggregate,coarse aggregate, water and coconut shell. 4.2 Coconut Shell Coconut shell is obtained from temples etc. they were sun dried for minimum 1 month before using crushed manually. The particle size of the coconut shell range from 5mm to 20mm. Cement- Ordinary Portland cement of 53 grade

  • Coconut (Cocos nucifera L) Waste as Partial Coarse

    Aug 03, 2020· coconut shell and coir fiber, as partial coarse aggregate replacement in making concrete hollow blocks. Keywords –aggregate, ASTM, coconut shell, coir fiber, concrete hollow blocks INTRODUCTION Concrete hollow block (CHB) is one of the most widely used walling material in building and infrastructure.

  • Coconut Shell As Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate

    4. According to R. Nagalakshmi, M25 grade of concrete with cement replaced by fly ash and coarse aggregate by coconut shell and find its compressive, tensile strength. 5. According to Sabarudin Bin Mohd, he replaced coconut shell and palm kernel shell in place of coarse aggregate in concrete in 0,25,50,75 and 100 % replacement.

  • Comparative Study on Coconut Shell Aggregate with

    coarse aggregate and coconut shells. Production of concrete mixes Production of mix (normal concrete of grade M-20) in the laboratory is carried out by IS method of concrete mix design (IS 10262-1982). Coconut shell concrete is produced by adding coconut shells in different percentage (i.e. 25% and 50%) replacement in concrete.

  • Experimental Behaviour Of Reinforced Concrete Beams With

    3.4 Coconut Shell Aggregate The coconut shells are obtained from a local coconut field. They are sun dried before being crushed manually. Coconuts show a wide diversity in size, weight, shape and color, depending on genetic variety and maturity of the nut at harvest. The particle sizes of the coconut shell range from 5 to 20 mm.

  • [PDF] Improvement of Strength of Concrete with Partial

    The current study examined the suitability of partial replacing of coarse aggregate with coconut shell and coir fibres. To compare the above, test for compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, temperature resistance, water absorption, electrical resistance, chemical resistance, pH

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