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ECONOMICAL CONCRETE BY UTILIZING SCBA AND CERAMIC WASTE
Sagar W. Dhengare1, Dr. Ajay L. Dandge2, Harshal R. Nikhade3, Monali Wagh (Nikhade) 4, Anshul R. Nikhade5

Published in: Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences
Volume- 4, Issue-7, pp.33-38, Jan 2014
DPI :-> 16.10089.JARAS.2014.V4I7.3338.2216



Abstract
The increasing demand and consumption of concrete led theresearchers and scientist to search for alternate components in concrete that are ecofriendly and contribute towards waste management. The utilization of industrial and agricultural waste product in concrete has been a major step on waste reduction. Ceramicwaste and Sugarcane bagasse ashcan by effectivilyused in concrete as partial replacement of Aggregate and Cementrespectivelybecause of theirhigh content of silica and pozzolanicpropertieswhichplays an important role in achievinghighstrength and durability in concrete. In thispaper, Sugarcane Bagasse Ash and Ceramicwaste are used as partial replacement of cement and Coarseaggregaterespectivelyin 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% by weight in M-25 and M-35 grade concrete. Their Compressive, T’ensile and flexuralstrength are comparedaftercuring for 7 and 28 days to determine the feasibleextent of their usage in concrete.

Key-Words / Index Term
Sugarcane Bagasse ash (SCBA), Ceramic waste, ceramic tiles, Economic concrete, waste management

How to cite this article
Sagar W. Dhengare1, Dr. Ajay L. Dandge2, Harshal R. Nikhade3, Monali Wagh (Nikhade) 4, Anshul R. Nikhade5 , “ECONOMICAL CONCRETE BY UTILIZING SCBA AND CERAMIC WASTE”, Journal for Advance Research in Applied Sciences, 4, Issue-7, pp.33-38, Jan 2014. DPI:16.10089.JARAS.V4.I7.2216