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high strength lightweight aggregate concrete using

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HIGH-STRENGTH STRUCTURAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

using High-Strength Lightweight Cellular Concrete in the development of concrete in building and civil engineering construction SPECIFIED DENSITY CONCRETE. INTRODUCTION ... considered as all or part of the aggregate in a concrete mix. Aquagel spheres, particles, or pieces are

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Properties of high-strength lightweight concrete using ...

Jul 14, 2020  In earlier studies, using expanded clay coarse aggregate of maximum size 25 mm, the lightweight concrete presented a maximum strength of 30 MPa and an efficiency factor of 189 MPa.dm 3 /kg. By reducing the maximum size to 95 mm, a higher compressive strength of approximately 469 MPa and an efficiency factor of 283 MPa.dm 3 /kg were ...

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Manufacturing of high-strength lightweight aggregate ...

Sep 01, 2017  While, this ratio for NWC and high strength lightweight aggregate concrete was found in the ranges of 11.6–13.5% and 9–11% , respectively. It can therefore be concluded that all the OPBC-OPS concretes had a similar flexural strength, and flexural to compressive strength ratio to the NWC and high strength lightweight aggregate concrete.

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Manufacturing of high-strength lightweight aggregate ...

Structural lightweight concrete plays an important role in the construction industry, especially for the high-rise buildings. It can only be produced using lightweight aggregates.Oil-palm-boiler clinker (OPBC) is a solid waste from the oil palm industry and could be used as lightweight aggregate in concrete mixture.

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(PDF) Manufacturing of High-strength Lightweight Aggregate ...

Structural lightweight concrete plays an important role in the construction industry, especially for the high-rise buildings. It can only be produced using lightweight aggregates. Oil-palm-boiler clinker (OPBC) is a solid waste from the oil palm

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High Strength Lightweight Aggregate Concrete using

High Strength Lightweight Aggregate Concrete using Blended Coarse ... the best way to resolve this issue is to use high strength lightweight concrete (HSLWC). It can also reduce the dead load of the structures by reducing the cross sections of beams, columns and foundations (Yasar et al. 2004).

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(PDF) High Strength Lightweight Aggregate Concrete using ...

of high strength lightweight aggregate concrete using blended coarse lightweight aggregates were investigated. From test results, the following conclusion can be drawn.

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Properties of high-strength lightweight concrete using ...

Jul 14, 2020  In earlier studies, using expanded clay coarse aggregate of maximum size 25 mm, the lightweight concrete presented a maximum strength of 30 MPa and an efficiency factor of 189 MPa.dm 3 /kg. By reducing the maximum size to 95 mm, a higher compressive strength of approximately 469 MPa and an efficiency factor of 283 MPa.dm 3 /kg were ...

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HIGH STRENGTH LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE USING

high strength lightweight concrete is showcased. In an experimental research carried out, it was found out that when Expanded Clay Aggregate (ECA) was used as an aggregate in the making of concrete the tensile strength and the compressive strength of the concrete was at optimal level compared to using other normal

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(PDF) Manufacturing of High-strength Lightweight Aggregate ...

Structural lightweight concrete plays an important role in the construction industry, especially for the high-rise buildings. It can only be produced using lightweight aggregates. Oil-palm-boiler clinker (OPBC) is a solid waste from the oil palm

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High-Strength Lightweight Concrete Using Leca, Silica Fume ...

Apr 18, 2012  This paper determines mix proportions of high-strength structural lightweight concrete (HSSLWC), which reduces the weight of concrete by using expanded aggregate clay (Leca). In order to produce HSSLWC, mineral and chemical admixtures have been used along with limestone that reduces porosity and increases strength. Tests for specific gravity, and compressive, indirect tensile and

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Oil palm shell as a lightweight aggregate for production ...

Apr 01, 2011  A lightweight aggregate concrete with both high workability and strength can be reached by using old OPS (OPS without fibre). 2. It is possible to manufacture OPS high strength lightweight concrete with 28-day compressive strength of about 43 and 48 MPa and dry density of about 1870 and 1990 kg/m 3. 3.

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What Exactly Is Lightweight Concrete? Specify Concrete

Apr 25, 2019  This form of lightweight concrete is produced using porous and lightweight aggregates including Clay, Shale, Slate, Volcanic Pumice, Ash, or Perlite. Weaker aggregates may also be added to the mixture, which has an impact on its thermal conductivity; however, doing so may reduce its strength. Lightweight aggregate is perfect for pre-cast ...

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Flexural fatigue behavior of ultra-lightweight cement ...

Jun 10, 2018  Typically, a lightweight aggregate concrete with 28-day compressive strength more than 40 MPa is considered as high strength lightweight concrete . Therefore, the ULCC can be considered as a high-strength lightweight cementitious composite. It has a high specific strength (strength-to-density ratio) above 41 kPa/kg.m −3.

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Effects of Oil Palm Shell Coarse Aggregate Species on High ...

May 29, 2014  It has been shown that high strength lightweight aggregate concrete (HSLWAC) has a compressive strength of typically between 34 and 69 MPa through the incorporation of various pozzolans and water reducers. HSLWAC has a water to cement ratio less than 0.45 and an air-dry density less than 2000 kg/m³ . The ...

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What is Lightweight Concrete? -Types, Uses and Advantages ...

1. Lightweight Aggregate Concrete. In the early 1950s, the use of lightweight concrete blocks was accepted in the UK for load bearing inner leaf of cavity walls. Soon thereafter the development and production of new types of artificial LWA (Lightweight aggregate) made it possible to introduce LWC of high strength, suitable for structural work.

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Optimum Oil Palm Shell Content as Coarse Aggregate in ...

Shafigh et al. developed high-strength lightweight concrete (HSLC) using aged OPS as an aggregate with pretreatment techniques. They reported that use of aged OPS provided a stronger interfacial mechanical bond and as a result high 28-day compressive strength up to 48 MPa with the oven-dry density less than 2000 kg/m 3 .

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lightweight concrete project report

lightweight concrete project report As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

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LIMBAH PLASTIK ABS SEBAGAI PENGGANTI AGREGAT KASAR

The substitution percentages used are 40%, 55%, 70%, 85%, 100% of the absolute volume of coarse aggregate. Testing the compressive strength and density using a cylinder with a diameter of 10 cm and 20 cm high. Compressive strength and density tests were carried out on concrete with an age of 7, 14, 28 days. Based on the tests carried out, the ...

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(PDF) High Strength Lightweight Aggregate Concrete using ...

of high strength lightweight aggregate concrete using blended coarse lightweight aggregates were investigated. From test results, the following conclusion can be drawn.

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Performance of high strength lightweight concrete using ...

The performance of high strength structural lightweight concrete (LWC) using the palm wastes, oil palm shell (OPS) as well as palm oil clinker (POC) has been reported.

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High Strength Lightweight-Aggregate Concrete

HIGH STRENGTH LIGHTWEIGHT-AGGREG ATE CONCRETE Dipl.-Ing . Thorsten Faust 1, Prof. Dr.- Ing . Dr.- Ing . e.h. Gert König 2 University of Leipzig, Institute for Structural Engineering and Building Material D-04109 Leipzig SUMMARY One research field in Leipzig deals with the design of high strength lightweight-aggregate concretes (HSLWAC).

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High Strength Lightweight Concrete, Expanded Clay Aggregate,

Lightweight concrete can be basically classified into two: Aerated Concrete: Has a very light weight and low thermal conductivity. It requires an auto-claying process to obtain certain level of strength and this involves special manufacturing plant and it in turns consumes high energy. Expanded Clay Aggregate (ECA) Concrete: It has higher ...

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How to Obtain High-Strength Concrete Using Low-Density ...

Nov 01, 1990  With the unit weight below 20 lb/ftu00183, this aggregate is one of the lightest among aggregates obtained by processing natural materials, after expanded perlite and exfoliated vermiculite. It was expected that this aggregate would be most effective in manufacturing moderate strength concretes with the unit weight ranging from 50 to 85 lb ...

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(PDF) Characteristics of lightweight aggregates for high ...

With the increasing trend of high-rise, large-scale, and functional modern architectural structures, lightweight aggregate (LWA) concrete that exhibits excellent strength and high functionality ...

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(PDF) High-strength high-performance lightweight concrete ...

High strength and light weight are two recent opposite development trends of concrete. This study proposed a design concept of an ultra high-performance lightweight cementitious composite (UHP-LCC ...

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What is Lightweight Concrete? -Types, Uses and Advantages ...

1. Lightweight Aggregate Concrete. In the early 1950s, the use of lightweight concrete blocks was accepted in the UK for load bearing inner leaf of cavity walls. Soon thereafter the development and production of new types of artificial LWA (Lightweight aggregate) made it possible to introduce LWC of high strength, suitable for structural work.

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COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH CLASSIFICATION OF

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH CLASSIFICATION OF LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE CONCRETE USING A SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE MODEL ANTONIO JOSÉ TENZA-ABRIL1, ROSANA SATORRE-CUERDA2, PATRICIA COMPAÑ-ROSIQUE2, FRANCISCO JOSÉ NAVARRO-GONZÁLEZ3 YOLANDA VILLACAMPA3 1Department of Civil Engineering, University of Alicante, Spain

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Optimum Oil Palm Shell Content as Coarse Aggregate in ...

Shafigh et al. developed high-strength lightweight concrete (HSLC) using aged OPS as an aggregate with pretreatment techniques. They reported that use of aged OPS provided a stronger interfacial mechanical bond and as a result high 28-day compressive strength up to 48 MPa with the oven-dry density less than 2000 kg/m 3 .

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Efficiency of lightweight aggregates for internal curing ...

High Strength Concretes (HSC) with extremely low water to binder (w/b) ratios are characterized by high cracking sensitivity which is a consequence of increased autogenous shrinkage. The major reason for autogenous shrinkage—self-desiccation—cannot be eliminated by traditional curing methods. The application of the concept of internal curing by means of saturated lightweight aggregate was ...

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Lightweight concrete

Concrete is considered to be lightweight is the density is not more than 2200kg/m 3 (the density of normal weight concrete is assumed to be between 2300kg/m 3 and 2400kg/m 3) and a proportion of the aggregate should have a density of less than 2000kg/m 3. Lightweight concrete can be specified using the notation LC for the strength class, e.g ...

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(PDF) Prevention of autogenous shrinkage in high-strength ...

Cement and Concrete Research 31 (2001) 1587 – 1591 Prevention of autogenous shrinkage in high-strength concrete by internal curing using wet lightweight aggregates Arnon Bentura,*, Shin-ichi Igarashib, Konstantin Kovlera a Faculty of Civil Engineering, National Building Research Institute, Technion — Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel b Department of Civil Engineering, Kanazawa ...

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Norway Bridges Using High Performance Lightweight ...

Feb 01, 2004  These projects confirm that high strength lightweight concrete is an economical, efficient construction material for long span bridges. While lightweight concrete may cost more per cubic yard than normalweight concrete, the structure may cost less as a result of reduced dead weight and lower foundation costs (1).

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