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Effect of Recycled Coarse Aggregate on Concrete Properties ...

The high absorption of water by recycled aggregate because of the paste on the gravel. Cement paste which was stick to gravel had many pores which will influence the ability of absorption.High levels of water absorption in the recycled aggregate, will greatly affect the mix design activities that will be performed on phase for further research ...

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Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete with Recycled ...

Again this is likely to be due to the higher water absorption capacity of the recycled concrete aggregates. All the SCCs were deemed appropriate in accordance with EN206-9:2010, with each SCC mix falling into the sieve segregation resistance class SR2 (segregation portion ≤ .

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Recycled Aggregates - Portland Cement Association

Higher porosity of RCA leads to a higher absorption. Mix Design It is generally accepted that when natural sand is used, up to 30 percent of natural crushed coarse aggregate can be replaced with coarse recycled aggregate without significantly affecting any of the mechanical properties of the concrete.

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Mechanical and durability properties of recycled aggregate ...

May 01, 2020· The higher water absorption capacity of RC aggregates was due to the presence of old adhered mortal with high porosity that creates a path for water flow in RAC observed improvement in this study was attributed to close particle parking and less void in RAC mixes.

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Specific Gravity of Coarse Aggregates: Its Importance ...

This test covers the procedures for determining the specific gravity as well as apparent specific gravity and water absorption of aggregates. Water Absorption of Aggregates: Water absorption of aggregates is the percentage of water absorbed by an air-dried aggregate when immersed in water at 27°C for a period of 24 hours. It is an essential ...

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PROPERTIES OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE

2.3. Water absorption Water absorption of recycled aggregate is a characteristic by which this aggregate differs most from the aggregate obtained from natural resources. According to all available research in this area, it has been shown that recycled concrete aggregate has a significantly higher absorption level compared to natural aggregates.

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Mechanical Behavior of Recycled Fine Aggregate Concrete ...

Dec 02, 2019· Canada Standard Association (CSA A23.1-09 2008) specifies that the maximum water absorption of recycled aggregates is 3% for high quality, 3–6% for medium grade, and 6% or higher for low grade. However, AASHTO MP 16, ACI 555-10, ASTM C33, and ASTM C33 (2016) do not provide a specific criterion for the water absorption of RFA.

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Estimation of Water Absorption Capacity of Hardened ...

Recycled construction and demolition waste, especially recycled concrete, is able to use as an aggregate for concrete. The high water absorption capacity (WA) of recycled aggregate has a negative impact of concrete mix workability and influences the water-cement ratio. This paper presents results of experimental measurement of WA of recycled aggregate and recycled concrete.

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Crushed Concrete Aggregates - Properties and Uses of ...

The use of recycled sand is not recommended due to its high absorption capacity that produce a shrinkage effect. 3. Density The density of crushed concrete aggregate is smaller than natural aggregate density. 4. Water Absorption . Water absorption of recycled aggregate is greater than of natural aggregate.

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Use Of Recycled Aggregate In Concrete – IJERT

Very high water absorption (up to 6%). It has higher drying shrinkage & creep. Objectives of the study:-To find out the % use feasible for construction. To reduce the impact of waste materials on environment. To carry out different tests on recycled aggregates & natural aggregates & compare their results.

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Water absorption variability of recycled concrete aggregates

However, the application range of recycled aggregate (RA) has been narrowed down due to poor quality, including high water absorption and low strength, resulting from .

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Use Of Recycled Aggregate In Concrete – IJERT

Very high water absorption (up to 6%). It has higher drying shrinkage & creep. Objectives of the study:-To find out the % use feasible for construction. To reduce the impact of waste materials on environment. To carry out different tests on recycled aggregates & natural aggregates & compare their results.

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Effect of water absorption by the aggregate on properties ...

aggregates. Water absorption by lightweight aggregate as a function of time. Various stages of water absorption by lightweight aggregate from fresh concrete. Ratio of water absorption in fresh concrete at 30 min to that in pure water (60 min) as a function of water-binder ratio. Effect of external water pressure on water absorption.

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Maximum range of absorption capacity of fine aggregate (sand)

Such and higher absorption levels are generally seen in lightweight or recycled aggregate. The aggregates causes some workability problems in fresh concrete. ... aggregate has excessive water ...

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PROPERTIES OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE

2.3. Water absorption Water absorption of recycled aggregate is a characteristic by which this aggregate differs most from the aggregate obtained from natural resources. According to all available research in this area, it has been shown that recycled concrete aggregate has a significantly higher absorption level compared to natural aggregates.

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Mechanical Properties Of Recycled Aggregates Concrete

The recycled coarse aggregate will invariably have lower specific gravity and higher absorption than the original aggregate, due to the presence of cement paste in the recycled aggregate. The compressive strengths of recycled aggregate concrete are lower than those of the same mix designs made with virgin aggregate.

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A New Method to Determine the Density and Water .

water absorption potential. But recycled aggregates absorb far more water and it is imperative to compensate for this during concrete production. 3. Methods to Determine Density and Water Absorption 3.1. Determination of the density and water absorption according to EN 1097-6 This standard establishes two distinct tests for three size

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Estimation of Water Absorption Capacity of Hardened ...

Recycled construction and demolition waste, especially recycled concrete, is able to use as an aggregate for concrete. The high water absorption capacity (WA) of recycled aggregate has a negative impact of concrete mix workability and influences the water-cement ratio. This paper presents results of experimental measurement of WA of recycled aggregate and recycled concrete.

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Mechanical Behavior of Recycled Fine Aggregate Concrete ...

Dec 02, 2019· Canada Standard Association (CSA A23.1-09 2008) specifies that the maximum water absorption of recycled aggregates is 3% for high quality, 3–6% for medium grade, and 6% or higher for low grade. However, AASHTO MP 16, ACI 555-10, ASTM C33, and ASTM C33 (2016) do not provide a specific criterion for the water absorption of RFA.

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Recycled Concrete Aggregate - an overview | ScienceDirect ...

However, as shown in Chapter 5, there is a greater probability of recycled masonry aggregates (RMAs) showing higher water absorption capacity compared with RCA and thus, for a given replacement level, the former is more likely to produce concrete exhibiting greater permeability and sorptivity than the latter (Soutsos et al., 2011; Gomes and de Brito, 2009; Levy and Helene, 2004, 2007; Poon and ...

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Influence of Treatment Methods on the Strength and ...

May 05, 2015· The major factor that affects the quality of recycled aggregate is the large amount of cement mortar that remains on the surface of the recycled aggregate. This attached mortar results in higher porosity, higher water absorption rates, and thus a weaker interfacial zone between new cement mortar and aggregates, weakening the strength and ...

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Influence of field recycled coarse aggregate on properties ...

The volume of voids and water absorption of recycled aggregate concrete are 2.61 and 1.82% higher than those of normal concrete due to the high absorption capacity of old mortar adhered to ...

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Mechanical Properties Of Recycled Aggregates Concrete

The recycled coarse aggregate will invariably have lower specific gravity and higher absorption than the original aggregate, due to the presence of cement paste in the recycled aggregate. The compressive strengths of recycled aggregate concrete are lower than those of the same mix designs made with virgin aggregate.

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Cement paste content and water absorption of recycled ...

frame for a classification of RCA based on water absorption rate and water absorption capacity at 24 h. Keywords Waste management Aggregate Absorption Recycled concrete Workability 1 Introduction Concrete is the most used building material in the construction industry. Its world production is esti-mated to be about 6 billions tons/year [1]. On ...

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Water Absorption Study in Recycled Aggregates for Use as ...

because of its high water absorption rate [4]. Investigations were carried out on 11 RA samples obtained from 10 demolition sites and a recycling plant. The study revealed that in most samples, the water absorption of 10 mm aggregates was higher than 20 mm aggregates. It was inferred that smaller size aggregates had more cement

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Cement paste content and water absorption of recycled ...

frame for a classification of RCA based on water absorption rate and water absorption capacity at 24 h. Keywords Waste management Aggregate Absorption Recycled concrete Workability 1 Introduction Concrete is the most used building material in the construction industry. Its world production is esti-mated to be about 6 billions tons/year [1]. On ...

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Effect of water absorption by the aggregate on properties ...

aggregates. Water absorption by lightweight aggregate as a function of time. Various stages of water absorption by lightweight aggregate from fresh concrete. Ratio of water absorption in fresh concrete at 30 min to that in pure water (60 min) as a function of water-binder ratio. Effect of external water pressure on water absorption.

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Strength and Durability Evaluation of Recycled Aggregate ...

May 14, 2015· This paper discusses the suitability of producing concrete with 100 % recycled aggregate to meet durability and strength requirements for different applications. Aggregate strength, gradation, absorption, specific gravity, shape and texture are some of the physical and mechanical characteristics that contribute to the strength and durability of concrete.

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Recycled Aggregate Concrete - LinkedIn SlideShare

Nov 15, 2014· Its a lower density, elastic modulus, strength and a higher water absorption capacity. recycled aggregate has a proportional mortar which attached to aggregate, it gives a higher porosity and a lower strength to RAC than the normal concrete. In addition, since recycled aggregates require a more amount of water than natural aggregate, shrinkage ...

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The effect of water absorption by aggregates on the water ...

May 25, 2015· The effective water/cement ratio for workability is more difficult to define. It can be assumed, provisionally, that initially dry aggregates will have achieved, at the time of the workability test, the same degree of saturation as they would have in water. These effects of absorption only apply to high-strength mixes.

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