Coconut Shell As Coarse Aggregate

Strength Properties of Concrete Containing Coconut …

2017-5-8 · 2.70. This indicates that coconut shell is lighter than coarse aggregate and more volume of coconut shell will be required to replace equal weight of coarse aggregate in concrete. The bulk density of coconut shell obtained is 648 which far less thanis about 1437 of coarse aggregate implying its good for lightweight concrete.

Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement for Coarse …

2014-1-21 · Keywords: Coconut shell, coarse aggregate, light weight concrete. Akshay S. Shelke et al 212 1. Introduction Infrastructure development across the world created demands for construction material. Concrete is the premier civil engineering material. Concrete manufacturing involve consumption of ingredients like cement, aggregates, water ...

Vipul Mhatre, Nimesh Pandey, Akshay Bhosale, Rohan …

2019-5-25 · place of coarse aggregate. Coconut shell is hard in nature and does not deteriorate easily once bound in concrete and therefore, it does not contaminate or leach to produce toxic substances. In our experiment coarse aggregates of concrete are partially replaced by coconut shell as 10%, 15%. All the

Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in ...

2017-6-1 · M20 mix design was carried out for control mix (i.e. without coconut shell) according to Indian standards tailed procedure of mix design is provided in Annexure A.The concrete mix was designed for slump of 60 mm ing same mix design, coconut shell concrete was prepared by replacement of conventional crushed coarse aggregate (CA) with waste coconut shell (CS).

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

2019-7-1 · 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.

Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in ...

Results revealed that with 40% replacement of conventional coarse aggregate by coconut shell, 7 days compressive strength of concrete decreased by 62.6%; whereas decrease in 28 days compressive strength was only 21.5%. 40% replacement makes the concrete lighter by 7.47%. Further, it was revealed that for mix design of concrete of 20 N/mm 2 ...

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[4] Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar, Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete, Journal of Engineering & Applied sciences, vol.3, December 2011.

Strength Properties of Coconut Shell as Coarse …

2020-5-16 · The use of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete has never been a usual practice among the average citizens, particularly in areas where light weight concrete is required for non-load bearing walls, non-structural floors, and strip footings. Coconut is grown in more than 93 countries. ...

Performance of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in ...

Performance of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete ...

Waste Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement of Coarse ...

2020-4-1 · To prove the coconut shell concretes which are lightweight and can be use as an economical civil engineering material . 4. Research Material and testing 4.1 Materials Research material are cement, natural fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, water and coconut shell. 4.2 Coconut Shell Coconut shell is obtained from temples etc. they were sun

Application of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in ...

2015-2-2 · d. Shell As Coarse AggreIn the paper Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete by Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar, Department of Civil Engineering, Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna were investigated on the Design grade – M10, M15 & M20. Aggregate Crushing Value - For Coarse Aggregate – 21.84

Performance of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in ...

2020-9-21 · that agriculture waste coconut shell can also be used as coarse aggregate for concrete. 2. COCONUT SHELL Coconut is grown in more than 93 countries. India is the third largest, having cultivation on an area of about 1.78 million hectares for coconut production. Annual production is about 7562 million nuts with an average of

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[4] Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar, Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete, Journal of Engineering & …