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recycling of pet bottles as fine aggregate in concrete

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replacement. This study focused on the bottle neck of PET as coarse aggregate replacement and compressive behaviour of concrete with PET, varying the percentage This study presents an alternative way of recycling PET to reduce solid.

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Use of plastic waste in sand concrete

Recycling of this type of waste to produce new materials like concrete or mortar appears as one of the best solution, due to its economic and ecological advantages.Previous studiesshowed that it waspossible to useplastic wastein mortar and concrete suchas polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle [1], polypropylene (PP) [2] , poly

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Sustainable Construction: Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate

The properties of the sand, obtained through recycling of construction and demolition waste, have been investigated, to check its suitability as a fine aggregate in concrete production. Although, the quality of these recycled sands was somewhat poorer than that of Dutch river sand, a good quality concrete can be produced even at a full

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Casting Concrete With Recycled Plastic Aggregate : 5 Steps

Casting Concrete With Recycled Plastic Aggregate: One of the biggest challenges with recycling is plastic. There's not much of a market for scrap plastic, so the profit margins on processing and reselling it are slim. When oil prices dip, it becomes cheaper to make new plastic than to recycle exist…

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PDF Characteristics of mortar and concrete containing fine

waste disposal [6]. The recycling of PET bottles and the preservation of natural resources are priority items but to date, the recycling of PET bottles as a lightweight aggregate for concrete has not been studied because of the high melting cost [7]. [FIGURE 1 OMITTED]

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Utilization of shredded waste plastic bags to improve

Jun 23, 2018 · Ramadevi, K., & Manju, R. (2012). Experimental investigation on the properties of concrete with plastic PET (bottle) fibres as fine aggregates. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering,2, 42–46. Google Scholar

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Utilization of Crushed Pet Bottles as Partial Replacement

Concrete is one of the most widely used construction products in the world. It is mixture of cement, fine aggregate, course for producing concrete. Waste PET Bottles Plastic waste is now a serious environmental threat to the modern way of living. Recycling plastic waste to produce new materials like aggregate in concrete could be one of

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performance of concrete using pet bottle scrap fines

Jun 25, 2017 — plastic consumption the problems with plastic waste disposal have also aggravated. aggregate partially by the PET bottles scrap with 15%, 20%, 25% in concrete addition and partial replacement of fine aggregate.

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Use of recycled plastic in concrete: A review | Request PDF

Mohammed et al. [11] used PVC fine aggregate crushed twice and added silica fume as concrete reinforcement material, finding that PVC particles and cement paste were well bonded; Yang et al. [29

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UTILIZATION OF WASTE PLASTIC BOTTLES AS FINE

UTILIZATION OF WASTE PLASTIC BOTTLES AS FINE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE. Recycling and reusing of the waste materials is an efficient measure in 

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An investigation on the use of shredded waste PET bottles as

Aggregate Unit weight Compressive strength A B S T R A C T In this paper, the modulus of elasticity of lightweight concrete contains polyethylene terephthalate (PET) as fine, coarse aggregate and

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PDF Pet Bottle Waste As a Supplement to Concrete Fine Aggregate

CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE Mastan Vali N PG Student, Civil Engineering Department, to rapidly consider recycling of these materials. There is growing awareness in the recycling and Plastic: PET bottle waste granules. Fine aggregate: River sand. Cement: OPC53 grade. Coarse aggregate: 20 mm & 10 mm.

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Improving the properties of waste plastic lightweight

Oct 10, 2018 — To determine the effects of waste PET as a lightweight aggregate (WPLA), five (HDPE) waste in concrete, either as fine or coarse aggregates. In addition, the recycling and valorization of plastic bottles certainly help to 

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PDF Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Recycled Plastic

traditional concrete in case of replacing 45% of natural aggregate by PET aggregate. No significant changes are observed for mixtures containing up to 15% of PET-aggregates in compressive strength results, for 30% and 45% PET replacement there is a noticeable reduction in compressive strength up to 11% and 24% respectively.

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experimental investigation on properties of concrete with

GRANULATED WASTE PET BOTTLE AS FINE AGGREGATE. Mr.N.Rishinath 1 disposal can be binded out in concrete and disposal method which cause 

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EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PROPERTIES OF

waste PET bottles as the partial replacement of aggregate in Portland cement. Concrete with 2%, 4% and 6% PET bottle fibres for fine aggregate were produced and compared against control mix with no replacement. Considerable researches and studies were carried out in some countries like USA and UK on this topic. However, there have been very

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The Development of a Concrete Block Containing PET Plastic

If PET plastic bottle flakes are mixed with, or used to replace, the aggregates of general construction materials, such as mixing with concrete or forming bricks, it can make the building material lower in weight and density.

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Literature Review on Different Plastic Waste Materials Use

Fine aggregate in the mix proportion of concrete was replaced with plastic bag waste sand at 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% whereas other concrete materials remain same for all four mixes. In fresh properties of concrete it was observed from the results of slump test that with increase of waste content workability of

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Mechanical Properties of Cement-Based Materials with

24 Silva et al. [38] Concrete PET Waste Crushing and melting Fine aggregate 25 Herki et al. [39] Lightweight concrete EPS - - Fine aggregate 26 Ge et al. [40] Mortar PET Bottle Shredding Fine aggregate 27 Saikia and de Brito [41] Concrete PET Bottle Crushing and melting Coarse and fine aggregate 28 Chaudhary et al. [42] Concrete LDPE Bag

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Study of Concrete by Using Waste Plastic Bottle Caps as

replacement of coarse aggregate with waste bottle caps were investigated in the laboratory. By replacing coarse aggregate with 0%, 5%, 10% ,15% and 20% of the waste plastic bottle caps in concrete is studied. Key Words: Landfills, Waste Bottle caps, Green building, Compressive strength, Split …

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STUDY OF CONCRETE DOSAGE WITH USE OF PET PARTIALLY REPLACING

In studies performed by [6], it was used PET bottles to obtain fibers for reinforcement, aiming to improve concrete ductility. Results showed an improvement of PET fiber reinforced concrete tenacity. The fibers were obtained using simple cuts in PET bottles, with no processing, in a simple way, reducing production costs.

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Super-Clean PET flake process for high quality recycling

In a three year time frame, the technology shall be demonstrated as a safe and reliable way to reduce the energy consumption during the recycling process and the ecological footprint of PET bottles. The project aims at establishing the flake technology as a stand-alone facility and as an integrated solution in the beverage industry.

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Experimental Investigation on the Properties of Concrete With

This study deals with the possibility of using the waste PET bottle with aspect ratio 33 and percentage added into concrete with 0.5%, 1.0% and 1.5% respectively as replacement of fine aggregate

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To Study the feasibility of Coarse and Fine plastic Aggregates

be appropriate for disposal of PET wastes due to its high consumption capacity. examination of concrete containing PET Coarse Aggregate. (PCA) and concrete [4] M. Frigione, Recycling of PET bottles as fine aggregate in concrete, Waste 

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Effects of waste PET as coarse aggregate on the fresh and

In this study PET (polyethylene terephthalate) aggregates manufactured from the waste un-washed PET bottles in shredded form were used to partially replace fine aggregate and coarse aggregate in

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The Utilisation of Shredded PET as Aggregate Replacement

plastics (PET) as course aggregate in interlocking block concrete and its In addition, the recycled plastics (PET) such as bottles were used to prepare the Concrete is a product consists of cement, fine and course aggregates and water. The.

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Mortar and concrete composites with recycled plastic: A review

Valorization of waste plastic as concrete aggregates has become an The third one is as particles, fibres or pellets, as a replacement of fine or coarse aggregate. a review on concrete with tyre rubber and PET bottle waste material [4].

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ICE Themes Recycled Aggregates: Use in Concrete | ICE Themes

ICE Themes Recycled Aggregates: Use in Concrete provides an overview of the full spectrum of research undertaken on the use of recycled aggregate as a replacement for commonly used natural aggregate in a wide range of concrete applications. Featuring selected case studies, and explanations of the standards and specifications, this volume makes

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Replacement of coarse aggregate by Polyethylene ... - IRJET

Keywords: Light concrete, PET plastic waste, coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, The development of new construction materials using recycled PET fiber is (PET) bottles lightweight aggregate (WPLA) on the splitting tensile strength of 

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PET Plastic (Polyethylene Terephthalate): Uses, Properties

Also, PET bottles and containers that find their way to the landfill pose no risk of harm or leaching. Since the polymer is inert, it is resistant to attack by micro-organisms, and won't biologically degrade. PET bottles can also easily crushed flat and hence, takes up relatively little landfill space.

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