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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

advantages of ceramic as replacement of coarse aggregate

The Use of Ceramic Tile Waste as Aggregate in Concrete

partial replacement of coarse aggregate with replacement ratios of 0, 1/3, 2/3, and 3/3. It was found that as replacement per-centages increases, compressive strength, flexural strength, and loss of thickness by abrasion decreased compared to conven-tional concrete. They reported that since ceramic aggregates

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Replacement of stone Dust and Ceramic scrap as Aggregate

Results show that with partial replacement of stone dust with 05% and 05% Ceramic waste coarse aggregate, flexural strength increased by 20, 48 and 40% at the age of 28 days as compared to referral concrete. The compressive strengths of concrete using natural sand and quarry dust were measured in the laboratory.

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(PDF) Ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in the production

This experimental investigation presents the feasibility of making concrete using ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate at 25, 50, 75, 100 per cent replacement of crushed stone in conventional concrete. The mechanical and durability properties of this

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CERAMIC TILES WASTE AS COARSE AGGREGATES PARTIAL

2.2 Ceramic Waste As partial Replacement for Course Aggregate Concrete Production 4 2.2.1 Properties of Ceramic Coarse Aggregates 5 2.2.2 Properties of Concrete That Were Made from Ceramic Waste Coarse Aggregate 6 2.2.3 Type Of Ceramic Waste 9 2.2.4 Other Application of Ceramic waste substitution 9 2.3 Aggregates 10

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Vol. 5, Issue 4, April 2016 Experimental Study of Coarse

From the experiments conducted, replacement of ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete can be optimized. 2. At 0% 10%, 20%, 30% replacement of coarse aggregates with ceramic waste the strength properties were decreased linearly

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(PDF) The advancement of ceramic waste in concrete

During the experimental work the ceramic waste has been tried as replacement of aggregates and substitute to natural fine aggregate and coarse aggregate in concrete making of cubes.

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BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE BY REPLACING AGGREGATES

experimental study fine aggregate and coarse aggregate is par tially replacement of vermiculite and ceramic waste. Use of vermiculite in concrete it will enhance the shrinkage and crack resistance, fire resistance and reduces environmental impact and also reduce the cos t. In this study an attempt has

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(PDF) UTILIZATION OF CERAMIC WASTE AS A REPLACEMENT OF

ceramic waste yields a series of advantages such as reduction in the use of the raw materials which furthers contributes to enhancement of the natural resources (Juan and Medina, 2010).

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The effect of replacing sand with aggregate from sanitary

They only replaced coarse-grained natural aggregate with ceramic aggregates from sanitary equipment. The ceramic aggregate used in this study had a grain size of 0/8 mm. The obtained density values were similar to natural aggregate, 2.64 and 2.36, respectively, whereas the water absorption was slightly higher, 1.53%.

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VALLUR,PRAKASAM(Dt).

The ceramic aggregates are replaced up to 100% replacement of coarse aggregate. Appropriate tests were conducted to compare the mechanical properties with conventional concrete. The ceramic ware aggregate concrete was exhibited a feasible concrete properties as like the normal gravel concrete.

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Effect of waste ceramic tiles as a partial replacement of

Jan 01, 2019 The variations in strength characteristics of concrete made and coarse aggregate by waste ceramic tiles in the incremental proportions of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% were studied. 2. The optimum compressive strength of concrete is obtained at 20% replacement and the value is 35.55 N/mm 2 which is 10.09% more than that of conventional concrete.

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(PDF) Ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in the production

This experimental investigation presents the feasibility of making concrete using ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate at 25, 50, 75, 100 per cent replacement of crushed stone in conventional concrete. The mechanical and durability properties of this

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Utilization Of Waste Ceramic Tiles As Coarse Aggregate In

with ceramic aggregate. Crushed ceramic blocks were used as coarse aggregate in concrete fabrication. Specific density of aggregate was 2630 to 2310 kg/m3 for 0 to 100% replacement. Up to the replacement of 20%, Compression resistance and modulus of

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AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PARTIAL REPLACEMENT

replacement ceramic coarse aggregates (CTA) and Ceramic sand (CSA) are higher than conventional concrete (control). The results are very promising but underperformed in wate r absorption under vacuum test. In the of cement partial replacement (Levat et al., 2009) found that

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Vol. 5, Issue 4, April 2016 Experimental Study of Coarse

1. From the experiments conducted, replacement of ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete can be optimized. 2. At 0% 10%, 20%, 30% replacement of coarse aggregates with ceramic waste the strength properties were decreased linearly

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BEHAVIOUR OF CONCRETE BY REPLACING AGGREGATES

experimental study fine aggregate and coarse aggregate is par tially replacement of vermiculite and ceramic waste. Use of vermiculite in concrete it will enhance the shrinkage and crack resistance, fire resistance and reduces environmental impact and also reduce the cos t. In this study an attempt has

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The effect of replacing sand with aggregate from sanitary

They only replaced coarse-grained natural aggregate with ceramic aggregates from sanitary equipment. The ceramic aggregate used in this study had a grain size of 0/8 mm. The obtained density values were similar to natural aggregate, 2.64 and 2.36, respectively, whereas the water absorption was slightly higher, 1.53%.

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A STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH CERAMIC

Natural fine Aggregate (%) 75 50 75 Ceramic Waste (%) 25 50 25 Table 3 Mix proportions for various percentages of fine aggregates Materials W/c Cement Fine Aggregate Coarse aggregate Mix Proportion for control mix Ratio 0.5 1 1.34 2.83 Kg/m 3 186 414 552 1173 Mix design for 25% replacement of ceramic waste Ratio 0.5 1 1.38 2.83

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Effect of waste ceramic tiles as a partial replacement of

Jan 01, 2019 The variations in strength characteristics of concrete made and coarse aggregate by waste ceramic tiles in the incremental proportions of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% were studied. 2. The optimum compressive strength of concrete is obtained at 20% replacement and the value is 35.55 N/mm 2 which is 10.09% more than that of conventional concrete.

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(PDF) Ceramic waste as coarse aggregate in the production

This experimental investigation presents the feasibility of making concrete using ceramic waste as a coarse aggregate at 25, 50, 75, 100 per cent replacement of crushed stone in conventional concrete. The mechanical and durability properties of this

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The effect of replacing sand with aggregate from sanitary

They only replaced coarse-grained natural aggregate with ceramic aggregates from sanitary equipment. The ceramic aggregate used in this study had a grain size of 0/8 mm. The obtained density values were similar to natural aggregate, 2.64 and 2.36, respectively, whereas the water absorption was slightly higher, 1.53%.

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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE MADE WITH

According to (Binnici, 2007) the use of ceramic waste coarse aggregate concrete has increased because it has various advantages over other cementitious materials. Homogeneous ceramic tiles waste can be used as a replacement to natural crushed stones, as their properties are similar to the natural coarse aggregates (Mashitah et al, 2008).

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EFFECTS OF CERAMIC TILE WASTE AS PARTIAL

economical and environmental benefits of GPB using ceramic tile waste corresponding to M40 grade based on earlier researches. The review work also focus on selection of various percentages of ceramic tile waste for replacing natural coarse aggregate and an overview of common tests conducted in GPB.

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(PDF) " PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF AGGREGATE WITH CERAMIC

Granite powder is also used partial replace fine aggregate by 10%. 1.6.1 ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF TILE AGGREGATE CONCRETE: The usage of tile aggregate as replacement to coarse aggregate in concrete has the benefits in the aspects of cost and reduction of pollution from construction industry.

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Ceramic tiles waste as coarse aggregates partial

In accordance with conservation efforts, this research focuses on ceramic tile waste as partial coarse aggregates replacement for concrete production, prevention of environmental pollution with considering the elements of sustainable and cost-saving construction projects, especially material usage. Moreover, many of the construction industry in Malaysia produce construction waste that

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Utilization Of Waste Ceramic Tiles As Coarse Aggregate In

with ceramic aggregate. Crushed ceramic blocks were used as coarse aggregate in concrete fabrication. Specific density of aggregate was 2630 to 2310 kg/m3 for 0 to 100% replacement. Up to the replacement of 20%, Compression resistance and modulus of

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Effect of Partial Replacement of Fine and Coarse Aggregate

replacement of sand or partial replacement of coarse aggregate but in this research both the components has been used parallel at equal percentage. Ceramic Waste . The amount of ceramic tile waste on earth is enough for use as a coarse and fine aggregate in concrete. Ceramic tile is produced from natural materials sintered at high

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Experimental Study on Properties of Concrete by Using

using ceramic materials as partial replacement in different percentage 0%, 10%, 20%, 30% to the weight of fine and coarse aggregate. Key words: ceramic concrete, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate,partial replacement, water cement ratio. Corresponding Author: Aneesh Thankachan INTRODUCTION

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Partial Replacement of Aggregates with Ceramic Tiles and

Nov 15, 2016 coarse aggregates by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50%. Rebutted tyre waste and ceramic tile powder were replaced in place of fine aggregate by 10% along with the ceramic coarse tile. M25 grade of concrete was designed and tested. The mix design for different types of mixes were prepared by replacing the coarse aggregates and fine aggregate at

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Investigation on ceramic waste and stone dust as aggregate

replacement of coarse aggregate by ceramic waste. 2. It is found that as compare to flexural strength the compressive strength greatly ased when only ceramic waste is used as a 20% replacement of coarse aggregate (i.e.at 0% stone dust and 20 % ceramic waste). 3. It

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Bond between steel and concrete made with ceramic waste

Total replacement of natural coarse aggregate by recycled ceramic aggregate decreased the compressive strength, split tensile strength and elastic modulus by 36.5%, 33.2% and 48.9%, respectively. These values are close to those obtained by SIEMPU AND PANCHARTHI (2017) and KIM AND YUN (2013).

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THE EVALUATION OF CERAMIC WASTE AS PARTIAL

the evaluation of ceramic waste as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in hot mix asphalt by silifat mobisayo bakare department of civil engineering faculty of engineering ahmadu bello university, zaria, nigeria july, 2017.

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