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(PDF) Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of

Agricultural waste material, in this case, coconut shells, which is an environmental pollutant, are collected and burnt in the open air (uncontrolled combustion) for three hours to produce coconut...

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Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of

Corpus ID: 5821117. Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary Portland Cement In Concrete Production @article{Utsev2012CoconutSA, title={Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary Portland Cement In Concrete Production}, author={Utsev and Taku}, journal={International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research}, year={2012}, volume={1}, pages={86-89} }

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CiteSeerX — Coconut Shell Ash As Partial

Abstract- The cost of cement used in concrete works is on the increase and unaffordable, yet the need for housing and other constructions requiring this material keeps growing with increasing population, thus the need to find alternative binding materials that can be used solely or in partial replacement of cement. Agricultural waste material, in this case, coconut shells, which is an

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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...

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Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement with

cement. Further, use of coconut shell ash as a value added material as in the case of binary blended cement concrete, reduces the consumption of cement. Reduction of cement usage will reduce the production of cement which in turn cut the CO 2 emissions. The time has come for the review of progress made in the field of development of binary blended cement concrete. Keywords: Compressive

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Coconut Shell as a Substitute for Coarse

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...

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(PDF) EFFECT OF COCONUT SHELL ASH ON THE

Coconut shells were collected and burnt in the open air (uncontrolled combustion) to produce coconut shell ash (CSA), which in turn was used as a pozzolan in partial replacement of cement in concrete production. Concrete cubes were produced using various replacement levels of 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 percent of OPC (Ordinary Portland Cement) with CSA (Coconut Shell Ash). A total of 126

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A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse

concrete when 10% of coconut shell aggregate(CSA) by volume was used to replace coarse aggregate in concrete. The cement content was increased to 386.5 kg/m 3 .

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STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT

replacement of Cement with Coconut Shell Ash (CSA). Concrete cubes were Casted using Replacement levels of 0%, 10%, 15%, 20% of OPC with CSA. 1.2 OBJECTIVE To study the compressive strength properties of concrete with partially replacement of cement by CSA. To Reduce the total cost of concrete To Decrease the total quantity of cement. 1.3 COCONUT SHELL ASH The cost of cement used in concrete

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Performance of coconut shell as coarse

01/06/2017 They found that there was adequate bonding between the coconut shell aggregate concrete and the steel bars. Ganiron used coconut shells and fiber as substitute for aggregates in developing concrete hollow block. The study was carried out for various percentage of coconut shell content as partial replacement of conventional aggregate.

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(PDF) A review on utilization of coconut shell as

Wooden chips, plastic waste, material waste, polyethylene, rice husk ash, groundnut shell, coconut shell and so forth: are a portion of the cases for substitution of totals in concrete. The present...

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A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as

The experimental investigation aimed at utilizing coconut shell aggregates as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete at different cement contents. The cement content was kept varying so as to compensate for the loss in strength with the addition of oconut shell aggregate (CSA).

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Performance of Waste Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement

Coconut shell is an agricultural waste. The concrete with ground coconut shell was found to be durable in terms of its resistance in water, acidic, alkaline and salty. Coconut shell being a hard and not easily degrade material if crushed to size of sand can be a po-tential material to substitute sand. At present, coconut shell

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[PDF] Recycling of Waste Coconut Shells as

It also paved the way to the recognition of using coconut shells and fiber as a substitute for aggregates in developing concrete hollow blocks. As a whole, the study' main concern is the environment and the construction and building technology to enhance natural world as well as

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COCONUT SHELL ASH AS PARTIAL

It involves determining the differences on the compressive strength of concrete paving block using 10, 20, and 30 percent of coconut shell ash replacement of cement. Only coconut shell ash will be used as replacement to cement. The study focuses only on

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Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of

Agricultural waste material, in this case, coconut shells, which is an environmental pollutant, are collected and burnt in the open air (uncontrolled combustion) for three hours to produce coconut shell ash (CSA), which in turn was used as pozzolana in partial replacement of cement in concrete production. Concrete cubes were produced using various replacement levels of 0, 10, 15, 20, 25 and

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CiteSeerX — Coconut Shell Ash As Partial

Agricultural waste material, in this case, coconut shells, which is an environmental pollutant, are collected and burnt in the open air (uncontrolled combustion) for three hours to produce coconut shell ash (CSA), which in turn was used as pozzolana in partial replacement of cement in

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(PDF) EFFECT OF COCONUT SHELL ASH ON THE

Coconut shells were collected and burnt in the open air (uncontrolled combustion) to produce coconut shell ash (CSA), which in turn was used as a pozzolan in

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PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH

23/04/2015 comparison and analysis of concrete by“partial replacement of cement with coconut shell ash on concrete

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(PDF) COCONUT SHELL AS PARTIAL

It was advised that aggregate made from quartzite to be used for the concrete work.The study was made for the properties of concrete with coconut shells as the replacement of aggregate [2]. The concrete with normal aggregate as well as coconut shell (CS) concrete with 10-20% coarse aggregate replacement with coconut shell were made. The result showed that the density of concrete decreases with increase in coconut shell

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(PDF) Effect of Partial Replacement of Coarse

The addition of coconut shells as coarse aggregate will decrease the workability and the addition of fly ash as cement replacement increases the workability of coconut shells concrete. The increasing percentage of coconut shells decreased the densities of the concretes 2. By replacement of coconut shells in place of aggregates will have decreased the strength properties of concrete marginally compared to the normal concrete

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(PDF) Use of Coconut Shell as an Aggregate in

Coconut shell is most suitable and compatible with the cement. The 28 days air dry density of coconut shell aggregates is less than 2000 kg/m 3 and this is within the structural light weight concrete. Coconut shell aggregates satisfies the requirements of ASTM C 330. Dandagala et al; (2014) have made laboratory investigation on coconut shell.

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A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as

The experimental investigation aimed at utilizing coconut shell aggregates as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete at different cement contents. The cement content was kept varying so as to compensate for the loss in strength with the addition of oconut shell aggregate (CSA).

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“Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement of Coarse

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.

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