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Utilization of micro copper slag in SCC subjected to high

2020-5-1  Ma et al. investigated of using copper slag as the cement in mortars after exposure to 200 °C, 400 °C, 600 °C, 800 °C, 1000 °C and 1200 °C. They concluded that mass loss occurs at all temperatures for every specimen, but at temperatures, up to 200 °C the mass loss is about 8%, which after this temperature remains almost constant so that

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Utilization of micro copper slag in SCC subjected to high

Journal of Building Engineering. Volume 29, May 2020, 101128. Utilization of micro copper slag in SCC subjected to high temperature. Author links open overlay panel Iman Afshoon Yasser Sharifi.

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(PDF) Investigation on using copper slag as part of

2014-12-5  Then by making 10 cm sample cubes with different percentages of waste namely: 20%, 25%, 30%, 35% and 40% of slag, the SCC pasty phase tests such as J-Ring and V-Funnel were performed on fresh SCC

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Use of Copper Slag Microparticles in Self-Consolidating

2017-9-1  The aim of this paper is to investigate the mechanical properties of self-consolidating concrete (SCC) incorporating ground copper slag (GCS) as cement replacement. Herein, SCC has been produced using GCS as cement replacement by weight ratios of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30%.

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Effect of copper slag on the resistance characteristics of

2019-12-17  Using 5% copper slag caused increased 16.44% strength at 28 days normal curing compared to control mixture. But, used 15% copper slag in SCC shows that similar compressive strength results as control SCC. Increasing percentage of replacement more than 15% caused reduction of compressive strength. 3.

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Environmental protection by using waste copper slag as a

2020-10-1  Replacing 60% of natural aggregates with copper slag has been considered an optimal value in previous studies (Al-Jabri et al., 2011; Sharma and Khan, 2017a). However, another study reported that using 100% copper slag as aggregates increased the tensile strength of concrete relative to the control design (Al-Jabri et al., 2009a, 2011).

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(PDF) STUDIES ON HIGH STRENGTH SELF COMPACTING

This research paper present an experimental investigation of the result of using copper slag (CS) as fine aggregate for replacement of river sand in self-compacting concrete (SCC

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Influence of copper slag and metakaolin on the durability

2018-1-10  One such alternative is copper slag (CS) obtained as byproduct during the matte smelting process of copper metal. The present investigation is aimed to assess the durability of self compacting concrete (SCC) incorporating copper slag (CS) as fine aggregates and metakaolin (MK) as

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(PDF) INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF

Daniel et al 6 presented an experimental study on the development of M25 grade SCC by partially replacing fine aggregates with copper slag in the proportions ranging from 10 to 100%. It was

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PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS OF COPPER SLAG IN CONCRETE

2016-4-11  Abstract: Copper slag is a by-product obtained during matte smelting and refining of copper. This work reports an This work reports an experimental procedure to investigate the effect of using CS as partial replacement of sand.

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Use of Copper Slag Microparticles in Self-Consolidating

self-consolidating concrete (SCC) incorporating ground copper slag (GCS) as cement replacement. Herein, SCC has been produced using GCS as cement replacement by

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Sustainable use of copper slag in self compacting concrete

2017-5-10  Copper slag (CS) is an industrial by-product obtained in bulk quantity during matte smelting and refining process of copper metal. The current research is aimed to investigate the sustainable utilisation of CS as fine aggregates in Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) using fly ash (FA) and silica fume (SF) as Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs).

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Experimental Investigation of Self Compacting Concrete

2019-7-1  The paper examines the possibility of using copper slag as partial replacement of sand and Nano Silica as partial replacement of cement and super (SCC) is a desirable achievement in the construction industry in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) Vol. 2 Issue 12, December 2013 IJERTIJERT

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Properties of Self Compacting Concrete Made With

2021-4-15  Copper Slag: Copper slag is a by-product obtained during matte smelting and refining of copper. The slag is a black glassy particle and granular in nature and has a similar particle size range like sand. It has good pozzalonic properties. The copper slag

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An Experimental Study on Glassfibre Reinforced Self

2019-4-11  fly ash has been shown to be suitable for obtaining SCC. Use of fly ash resulted in increase of 28 days compressive strength of concrete. E. Sureshkumar et al (2013), in the work Experimental Investigation of Self Compacting Concrete using Copper Slag examined the possibility of using copper slag

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(PDF) STUDIES ON HIGH STRENGTH SELF COMPACTING

This research paper present an experimental investigation of the result of using copper slag (CS) as fine aggregate for replacement of river sand in self-compacting concrete (SCC).Totally Eleven

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Effect of copper slag on the resistance characteristics of

2019-12-17  Using 5% copper slag caused increased 16.44% strength at 28 days normal curing compared to control mixture. But, used 15% copper slag in SCC shows that similar compressive strength results as control SCC. Increasing percentage of replacement

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(PDF) INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF

Daniel et al 6 presented an experimental study on the development of M25 grade SCC by partially replacing fine aggregates with copper slag in the proportions ranging from 10 to 100%. It was

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Experimental Investigation of Self Compacting Concrete

2015-3-21  The copper slag was brought from Sterlite Industries Ltd (SIL), Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India. SIL is producing copper slag during the manufacture of copper metal. Currently, about 2600 tons of copper slag is produced per day and a total accumulation of around 1.5 million tons. This slag is currently being used for many

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PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS OF COPPER SLAG IN CONCRETE

2016-4-11  Abstract: Copper slag is a by-product obtained during matte smelting and refining of copper. This work reports an This work reports an experimental procedure to investigate the effect of using CS as partial replacement of sand.

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(PDF) STUDIES ON HIGH STRENGTH SELF COMPACTING

This research paper present an experimental investigation of the result of using copper slag (CS) as fine aggregate for replacement of river sand in self-compacting concrete (SCC).Totally Eleven

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Sulfate Resistance and Drying Shrinkage of Self

SCC mixes incorporating up to 60% copper slag resulted in decrease of drying shrinkage values as compared to control SCC mix (Gupta and Siddique, 2020b). SCC mixes incorporating up to 60% copper

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Experimental Investigation of Self Compacting Concrete

2019-7-1  The paper examines the possibility of using copper slag as partial replacement of sand and Nano Silica as partial replacement of cement and super (SCC) is a desirable achievement in the construction industry in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) Vol. 2 Issue 12, December 2013 IJERTIJERT

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(PDF) INVESTIGATION ON STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF

Daniel et al 6 presented an experimental study on the development of M25 grade SCC by partially replacing fine aggregates with copper slag in the proportions ranging from 10 to 100%. It was

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Use of Copper Slag Microparticles in Self-Consolidating

2017-9-1  The aim of this paper is to investigate the mechanical properties of self-consolidating concrete (SCC) incorporating ground copper slag (GCS) as cement replacement. Herein, SCC has been produced using GCS as cement replacement by weight ratios of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30%.

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FLEXURAL BEHAVIOUR OF SELF COMPACTING

2021-9-3  Copper slag is a glassy granular material with high specific gravity. Particle sizes are of the order of sand and have a potential for use as fine aggregate in concrete. The copper slag was brought from Sterlite Industries Ltd (SIL), Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India. SIL is producing copper slag during the manufacture of copper metal.

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Experimental Investigation of Self Compacting Concrete

2015-3-21  The copper slag was brought from Sterlite Industries Ltd (SIL), Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, India. SIL is producing copper slag during the manufacture of copper metal. Currently, about 2600 tons of copper slag is produced per day and a total accumulation of around 1.5 million tons. This slag is currently being used for many

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Experimental Study on Properties and Effects of Copper

2016-6-27  Aggregate in SCC. Addition of up to 50% of copper slag as sand replacement yielded comparable strength with that of the control mix. Further additions of copper slag caused reduction in the strength due to an increase of the free water content in the mix. Mixes with 80% and 100% copper slag replacement gave the lowest compressive strength.

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Properties of High Strength Self -Compacting Concrete

2018-5-6  A fine example of using waste materials for the manufacture of concrete is using waste copper slag. Khalifa S. Al -Jabri et al (2009) [ 2 1] attempted to use copper slag as a partial replacement for fi ne aggregate in High Strength Concrete (HSC) . Concrete and mortar mixes were made using c opper slag proportions varying

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Experimental Study on concrete using Copper Slag as

2018-5-15  aggregate by using copper slag. 2. We conclude that, by using copper slag as replacement for fine aggregate in concrete increases the density of concrete. 3. Hence, 40% replacement of copper slag is the optimum proportion for replacing fine aggregate. REFERENCES [1] Al-Jabri KS, Al-Oraimi SK: Performance of High

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