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(PDF) Utilization of E-waste in Concrete and its ...

E-waste is used as one such alternative for aggregate in concrete. This paper presents a summary on probable use of E-waste in concrete on the basis of different researchers and it marches strong ...

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An Experimental Study on Concrete by using E- Waste as ...

2016-10-4  problems. Use of such waste materials makes their reutilization in cement-concrete, RCC and other construction materials, and also the cost of cement and concrete manufacturing is reduces. Other indirect benefits of e-waste include reduction in landfill cost, saving energy and reduction in solid waste.

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Recycle of E-Waste in Concrete - IJSR

2020-4-1  Use of E-waste materials not only helps in getting them utilized in cement, concrete and other construction materials, it helps in reducing the cost ofcement and concrete manufacturing, but also has numerous indirect benefits such as reduction in landfill cost, saving in energy, and protecting the environment from possible pollution

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Utilization of E-waste in Concrete and its Environmental ...

2018-1-5  E-waste disposal is a typical task for whole over the world. Utilization of E-waste materials is a partial solution to environmental and ecological problems. Due to large amount of concrete use as the construction material availability of raw material is being questioned. Therefore, other replacing materials are needed to be finding out.

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Manufacturing of Concrete Paving Block by Using Waste ...

2021-6-4  E- waste:- E waste describes loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices. Rapid technology change, low initial cost have resulted in a fast growing surplus of electronic waste around the globe. Generation of e-waste is a very serious issue in world. In year 2014 produce near about 650000MT of e-

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Potential Use of E-Plastic Waste in Concrete ...

2018-12-13  In this research work, a survey was conducted to quantify the amount of waste E-plastic generated per day. M30 grade of concrete was designed as per the IS method and the mix proportion obtained was 1:1.6:2.5. Fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with E-plastics in various percentages ranging from 5% to 30% by weight of cement.

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Recycling of E-plastic waste as a construction material in ...

2014-8-26  This paper presents an experimental investigation on structural concrete with partial replacement of coarse aggregate using electronic plastic waste (E-plastic). In view of utilizing the non-degradable waste in the construction industry, the E-plastic from computer plastics was considered as coarse aggregate. Coarse aggregate was replaced with different percentages

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(PDF) Use of waste derived fuels in cement industry. A review

2022-1-5  Portland cement manufacturing proces s are multifold. When whole tires are ... The use of fuels made from waste in cement plants. results not only in

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Sustainable use of industrial-waste as partial replacement ...

2016-12-1  The dynamic modulus of elasticity of waste foundry concrete can be predicted from compressive strength using equations as recommended by IS 456, 2000, IS 13311(Part 1), 1992 and proposed by Prabhu et al. (2014) which are (5) E = 5000 × f ck (6) E = ρ (1 + μ) (1-2 μ) 1-μ × v 2 where E is the dynamic Young’s Modulus of elasticity in Mpa ...

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E-waste: Environmental Problems and Current

2011-10-24  e-waste, but the high labour cost and the strict environmental leg-islation have consolidated these activities’ implementation mostly in Asian countries such as China and India [1] by use of obso-lete methods and inadequate emphasis on the employees’ protec-tion [2]. As a result, the e-waste disposal issue has attracted the

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Utilization of E-waste in Concrete and its Environmental ...

2018-1-5  E-waste disposal is a typical task for whole over the world. Utilization of E-waste materials is a partial solution to environmental and ecological problems. Due to large amount of concrete use as the construction material availability of raw material is being questioned. Therefore, other replacing materials are needed to be finding out.

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Potential Use of E-Plastic Waste in Concrete ...

2018-12-13  In this research work, a survey was conducted to quantify the amount of waste E-plastic generated per day. M30 grade of concrete was designed as per the IS method and the mix proportion obtained was 1:1.6:2.5. Fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with E-plastics in various percentages ranging from 5% to 30% by weight of cement.

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Manufacturing of Concrete Paving Block by Using Waste ...

2021-6-4  E- waste:- E waste describes loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices. Rapid technology change, low initial cost have resulted in a fast growing surplus of electronic waste around the globe. Generation of e-waste is a very serious issue in world. In year 2014 produce near about 650000MT of e-

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Partial Replacement of E-plastic Waste as Coarse

2016-1-1  An experimental study is made on the utilization of E-waste particles as fine and coarse aggregates in concrete with a percentage replacement ranging from 0%, 20% to 30% i.e. (0%, 10%, 20% and 30%) on the strength criteria of M20 Concrete. Compressive strength, Tensile strength and Flexural strength Concrete with and without E- waste plastic as ...

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Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes

A modern lifestyle, alongside the advancement of technology has led to an increase in the amount and type of waste being generated, leading to a waste disposal crisis. This study tackles the problem of the waste that is generated from construction fields, such as demolished concrete, glass, and plas

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Environmental Guidelines for Cement Manufacturing

2018-8-5  Cement kilns, with their high flame temperatures, are sometimes used to burn waste oils, solvents, and other organic wastes. These practices can result in the release of toxic metals and organics. Cement plants are not normally designed to burn wastes; but if such burning is contemplated, the technical and environmental acceptability need to be

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Suitability of Biomedical Waste Ash in Concrete

2017-8-24  Aubert et al., (2004) studied the use of biomedical waste ash on the compressive strength and the durability of hardened concrete and suggest the use of waste in concrete constitutes a potential means of adding value. Al-Mutairi et al., (2004) compared the compressive strength of mixtures made with

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A Review of The Use Of Recycled Materials in Rigid

2019-7-1  Germany in 1860 for the manufacturing of concrete products, but the first significant use of crushed brick as aggregates in new concrete has been recorded for reconstruction after World War II. Fig 3: Concrete waste obtained after the demolition of a structure The above fig 3 shows the waste obtained when a

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Cement and its effect to the environment: A case study

2009-4-27  dry process for manufacturing cement (Mohanty, 1997). Puttalam Cement Company Ltd is the only factory that involves cement production from raw material excavation to cement packing in Sri Lanka. The use of cement has long been the basis for development of society and for the welfare of the people for generations.

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Manufacturing Light Concrete with PET Aggregate

2012-12-9  The general crushing and manufacturing process of light concrete, LC, using PET as component in concrete, is shown in Figure 1. Crushing equipment was an electric claw crusher accepting a 76 mm (3′′) MAS. A manual screen with 19 mm (3/4′′), 9.5 mm (3/8′′), and 4.76 mm (no. 4) meshes was used to screen the material.

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Manufacturing of Concrete Paving Block by Using Waste ...

2021-6-4  E- waste:- E waste describes loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices. Rapid technology change, low initial cost have resulted in a fast growing surplus of electronic waste around the globe. Generation of e-waste is a very serious issue in world. In year 2014 produce near about 650000MT of e-

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Potential Use of E-Plastic Waste in Concrete ...

2018-12-13  In this research work, a survey was conducted to quantify the amount of waste E-plastic generated per day. M30 grade of concrete was designed as per the IS method and the mix proportion obtained was 1:1.6:2.5. Fine aggregate in concrete was replaced with E-plastics in various percentages ranging from 5% to 30% by weight of cement.

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Guidelines for Co-Processing Fuels and Raw Materials in ...

2018-7-24  use of waste in the cement manufacturing process, but rather outlines the most important principles and procedures which must be undertaken in the responsible use of co-processing in cement manufacturing. These guidelines should therefore be used in conjunction with other internationally recognized guidance documents, most notably:

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Using Recycled Aggregates for Concrete Production

2020-9-15  The same is true for sand and aggregates recovered from CDE waste. Given the variability of rock geologies and other man-made aggregates, such as brick and bound concrete, we must also apply the same end-use logic. This should not, however, undermine the potential of concrete produced from recycled materials.

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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF CEMENT PRODUCTION

2014-5-27  concrete (i.e. cement) is one of the World’s most significant manufactured materials. Because of its abundance in the world market, understanding the environmental implications of concrete and cement manufacturing are becoming increasingly important [1].

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Chapter 2 E-waste and Its Relation to the Sustainable ...

2017-12-13  Most e-waste will be generated in cities and it is particularly important to properly manage e-waste in urban areas, improve collection and recycling rates, and to reduce the amount of e-waste that ends up in dumpsites. The move towards smart cities and the use of ICTs for waste management offer new and exciting opportunities.

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Utilization of Sugar Mill Waste in Manufacturing of Bricks

2019-7-1  Portland cement is the most common type of cement in gen eral use around the world, used as a basic ingredient of con crete ,mortar stucco, and most non-speciality grout. MgO) shall not exceed 5.0 ... Utilization of Sugar Mill Waste in Manufacturing of Bricks ...

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Use of Blast Furnace Slag Aggregate in Concrete - IJSER

2016-9-9  Use of Blast Furnace Slag Aggregate in Concrete K.G. Hiraskar and Chetan Patil Abstract-The Iron industries produce a huge quantity of blast furnace slag as by–product, which is a non–biodegradable waste material from that only a small percentage of it is used by cement industries to manufacture cement.

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Cement and its effect to the environment: A case study

2009-4-27  dry process for manufacturing cement (Mohanty, 1997). Puttalam Cement Company Ltd is the only factory that involves cement production from raw material excavation to cement packing in Sri Lanka. The use of cement has long been the basis for development of society and for the welfare of the people for generations.

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Manufacturing Light Concrete with PET Aggregate

2012-12-9  The general crushing and manufacturing process of light concrete, LC, using PET as component in concrete, is shown in Figure 1. Crushing equipment was an electric claw crusher accepting a 76 mm (3′′) MAS. A manual screen with 19 mm (3/4′′), 9.5 mm (3/8′′), and 4.76 mm (no. 4) meshes was used to screen the material.

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