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  • (PDF) Use of Coconut Shell as an Aggregate in Concrete: a ...

    International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology ISSN :2277-1581 Volume No.4 Issue No.9, pp: 476-477 01 Sept. 2015 Use of Coconut Shell as an Aggregate in Concrete: a Review Sourav Ghosal and S.C.Moulik Department of Civil Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha-751024, India Corresponding E mail: [email protected]

  • Coconut Shell Ash as Cementitious Material in Concrete: A ...

    Feb 28, 2021 · 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).

  • Use of Coconut Shell Ash as Aggregates

    For preparing the specimens of partially replaced cement with coconut shells ash: M-25 grade of concrete was prepared according to mix ratio of 1:1:2. The cement is replaced as 5%, 10%, and 15% by coconut shell ash of desired size with water-cement ratio of 0.48. With Plasticizer

  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse ...

    The density of coconut shell was in the range of 550 - 650 kg /m3 and was within the specified limit for qualifying as lightweight aggregate. Amarnath and Ramachandrudu [4] studied the effect of fly ash on concrete with coarse aggregate partially replaced with coconut shell aggregate. It

  • (PDF) Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary ...

    mixing of concrete as well as in curing of the cubes. The coconut shell was sun dried f or forty eight hours to rem ove moisture from it. It was then subjected to uncontroll ed combustion using...

  • Analysis the effect of coconut shell ash powder on cement ...

    Feb 16, 2021 · The contribution of each input factors are shown in table 3. The weight percentage of coconut shell ash and stone powder has been produced 69.31% of effect on strength of the concrete cement block. Download : Download high-res image (150KB) Download : Download full-size image. Fig 1.

  • Compressive Strength of Concrete by Using Coconut Shell

    Compressive Strength of Concrete by Using Coconut Shell Parag S. Kambli1, Sandhya R. Mathapati2 1 (PG Student, ... Concrete 40% CS replace Concrete Cement 6.4/kg 2080 2080 2080 2080 Fly ash 0.5/Kg - - - - Crushed Sand 2800/br 545 545 545 545 ...

  • Replacing of Coarse Aggregate and Cement by Coconut Shells ...

    Replacing of Coarse Aggregate and Cement by Coconut Shells and Fly-Ash in Concrete K.Sai Prasad1, S.K.Amzad Ali2, D.Thrimurthi Naik3 1M.Tech , Structural Engineering ,Dept. of Civil Engineering Indirainstitute of technology and Science Markapuram

  • Effect of Coconut Husk on the Properties of Concrete

    wastes simultaneously. The coconut shell cement composite is compatible and no pre-treatment is required. Coconut shell concrete has better workability because of the smooth surface on one side of the shells. The impact resistance of coconut shell concrete is high when compared with conventional concrete.

  • Influence of coconut shell ash on workability, mechanical ...

    高达12%返现 · Sep 24, 2020 · Results from this paper showed that coconut shell ash can be incorporated into concrete mixtures to reduce its embodied carbon. A reduction in embodied carbon of about 15% was achieved when 20% of Portland cement

  • Properties of Concrete with Coconut Shells as Aggregate ...

    replacement. Furthermore, a mix with both CS and fly ash (M5) was also employed, in which, 20% of CS was replaced with aggregate and 25% of fly ash was replaced with cement. M6 mix contained 20% of coconut shells and 5% of fly ash both replaced with aggregate. Free water to cementitious ratio was maintained constant at 0.6 for all concrete mixes.

  • Potential Of Coconut Shell Ash As ... - UGC Approved Journal

    Fig.3: Coconut shell ash Table 1: Chemical Composition of oxides in CSA and Cement (%) From table 1 above it was observed that coconut shell ash belongs to Class F pozzolan because it consists of SiO 2 ,Al 2 O 3 and Fe 2 O 3 of 72.48% and greater than 70% minimum oxides silicon, alumilium and iron for class F pozzolan[1].

  • (PDF) COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE

    cement with coconut shell ash (CSA) in its co mpressive st rength, sorp tivity, and RS A. CSA in this stud y was classified as a Class N pozzolan, a cementitious material that make s a cheaper ...

  • Young Coconut Husk Ash as Partial Cement Replacement in ...

    to utilize these waste materials into ash to substitute cement for concrete production. Wasted young coconut husks with their shells were collected and burnt at 600 0C to produce ashes that were tested for its physical and chemical characteristics. The ash was mixed with fine aggregates and water to six design mixtures using Young

  • Replacing of Coarse Aggregate and Cement by Coconut

    Replacing of Coarse Aggregate and Cement by Coconut Shells and Fly-Ash in Concrete K.Sai Prasad1, S.K.Amzad Ali2, D.Thrimurthi Naik3 1M.Tech , Structural Engineering ,Dept. of Civil Engineering Indirainstitute of technology and Science Markapuram

  • MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE USING COCONUT

    resistance of coconut shell concrete. The results showed that coconut shell concrete has better workability because of the smooth surface on one side of the shells and the size of CS used in this study. The 28-days air-dry densities of CS concrete of the typical mixes ranged from 1930 to 1970 kg/m 3 and these are within the range of

  • Lightweight Concrete Using Coconut Shells as Aggregate

    The average fresh concrete density and 28-day cube compressive strength of the concrete using coconut shell aggregate were 1975 kg/m 3 and 19.1 N/mm 2

  • STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

    Coconut Shell The mix proportion for M25 is 1: 1 : 2 and W/C ratio of 0.40 was casted. In general, fly ash is used at about 15-25% of the cement content. 3. MATERIALS 3.1 Coconut Shell Ash The coconut shell was sun dried for 48 hours to remove moisture from it. It was then subjected to uncontrolled

  • Data on the pozzolanic activity in coconut shell ash (CSA ...

    Jun 01, 2018 · The agro-waste coconut shells were washed, air-dried, pulverized and calcined. The resulting ash was sieved and subjected to further laboratory tests: Experimental features: The ash was subjected to X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis. The ash also replaced cement at various percentages and the strength of the blends determined in a standard manner.

  • The Performance of the Low Cost Masonry Cement Blocks as a ...

    Jan 11, 2018 · Aim of the research was to investigate the effect of Coconut Shell Ash (CSA) with cement as a partial substitution in the production of alternative cement blocks to subsist conventional ones. Utilization of this natural agro waste material helps to prevent the environmental pollution, reduces the construction cost as well as contributes to sustainable

  • [PDF] Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary ...

    Sep 08, 2012 · 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

  • Performance of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in ...

    construction industries. The coconut shell is compatible with cement and no need to pre-treatment for using it as coarse aggregate. Because of the smooth surface on one side of the shells concrete made with coconut shell presents better workability. Coconut shell concrete shows good impact resistance.

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF

    of Periwinkle Shell Ash (PSA) increases and the crushing strength increases as the age of curing increases for ... (5% + 5%) of coconut shells and sea shells. Whereas comparing to traditional concrete, compressive strength of 10% (5% + 5%) of coconut shells (5%) and ... Normal tap water was used to mix the concrete with a water cement ratio of ...

  • coconut husks as an aggregate to concrete

    Agricultural wastes as aggregate in concrete mixtures . Studies show the possibility of use and acceptable performance of certain agricultural solid wastes e g oil palm shell coconut shell rice husks and tobacco waste as aggregate in making concrete Since aggregate makes up about 60–80 of the volume of the concrete the substitution of solid waste as full or partial

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON CONCRETE USING COCONUT

    the concrete properties. The world Coconut Shell Ash is estimated in 500 million tons per year, and India is the second producer. This project evaluates how different contents of Egg Shell Powder (ESP) and Coconut Shell Ash (CSA) added to concrete may influence its physical and mechanical properties. Due to its high pozzolanic activity, both

  • Utilization of Coconut Shell in Different Forms in Concrete

    C. Coconut shell and crushed coconut shell D. Use of Coconut Shell Ash as Replacement Of Cement The cost of cement used in concrete works is on the increase and unaffordable, thus the need to find alternative binding materials that can be used solely or in partial replacement of cement. One of the agricultural waste materials, coconut

  • [PDF] Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary ...

    Sep 08, 2012 · 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

  • Young Coconut Husk Ash as Partial Cement Replacement in ...

    to utilize these waste materials into ash to substitute cement for concrete production. Wasted young coconut husks with their shells were collected and burnt at 600 0C to produce ashes that were tested for its physical and chemical characteristics. The ash was mixed with fine aggregates and water to six design mixtures using Young

  • 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

  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse ...

    Jul 07, 2015 · An optimum percentage replacement of 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 study.

  • Experimental study on strength characteristics on M25 ...

    with fly ash and coarse aggregate with coconut shell R. NAGALAKSHMI Abstract- An attempt has been made to examine the suitability of replacing the 20% of fly ash obtained from V.T.P.S; Vijayawada is common for all mixes with cement and simultaneously by replacing 10%, 20% and 30% of coconut shell as coarse aggregate for concrete of grade M25.

  • COCONUT FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE

    properties of cement concrete in addition to providing a proper solution for disposal of this natural waste. This study will comprise of the comparative statement of properties of coconut fiber concrete with conventional concrete. The following tests are performed on concrete blocks reinforced with coconut fiber: 1. Workability 2.

  • Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Cement

    produced using replacement levels of 0 and 5 percent of OPC with CSA. The Coconut Shell ash is used for the partial replacement of 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

  • 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 Fiber and Fly Ash on Concrete

    8) Okere Chinenye Elizabeth did the experimental study on concrete by replacing cement with coconut fibre ash. The researcher replaced coconut fibre ash with cement as 0, 10, 15, 20, and 25%. The workability of the concrete decreased as the coconut fibre ash content increased.

  • SCRDSI-2021, Aravali Institute of Technical Studies ...

    To examine the properties of coconut shells, similarity of coconut shells with concrete and to create coconut shell total cement with multi day compressive strength in excess of 20N/mm2. To examine the strength properties of cement in substitution of coarse total. To contemplate the conduct of compressive and split elasticqualities. 3.

  • Crushed Coconut Shell as Concrete Mixture ... - E-Journals

    The growing problem in waste prompted the researchers to use coconut shell as additives in concrete mixture, and to determine whether it significantly increases the flexural and compressive strength of concrete. This study used experimental design to determine the effectiveness of adding crushed coconut shell as additives in concrete mixture.

  • coconut husks as an aggregate to concrete

    Agricultural wastes as aggregate in concrete mixtures . Studies show the possibility of use and acceptable performance of certain agricultural solid wastes e g oil palm shell coconut shell rice husks and tobacco waste as aggregate in making concrete Since aggregate makes up about 60–80 of the volume of the concrete the substitution of solid waste as full or partial