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Quarry Mud as Partial Replacement for Fine Combination (Sand) in Concrete

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104529, PP. 1-16

Subject Areas: Civil Engineering

Keywords: Quarry Mud, Red Mud, Compressive Strength

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Abstract

Concrete production has resulted inside the accumulated that has to be compelled to confirm substitute material to sand as inside the assembly of concretes. Quarry mud, a by-product from the crushing methodology throughout production activities is one in each of such materials. Granite fines or rock mud can be a by-product obtained throughout crushing of granite rocks to boot observed as quarry mud. In recent days, there have been additionally several trials to use ash, academic degree industrial by product as partial replacement for cement to possess higher workability, future strength and to make the concrete lots of economically accessible. This gift work could be a trial to use Quarry mud as partial replacement for sand in concrete. Trials are created to review the properties of concrete and to research some properties of Quarry mud, the standard of those properties to alter them to be used partial replacement materials for sand in concrete.

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Aswinpalaniappan, S. and Panneerselvam, G. (2018). Quarry Mud as Partial Replacement for Fine Combination (Sand) in Concrete. Open Access Library Journal, 5, e4529. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1104529.

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