Exploratory study of crushed coconut shell as partial replacement for . An exploratory study of crushed coconut shell (CCS) as partial replacement for fine aggregate in concrete was carried out. Mechanical and Physical properties of the CCS and fine aggregate (river sand) were determined and compared. A total of 36 concrete cubes of size 150 x
15/09/2017· Abstract. An experimental investigation was carried out to study the durability properties of Coconut Shell (CS) aggregate concrete. Effect of mineral admixtures such as fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) as partial replacement of cement on durability properties of CS aggregate concrete was also verified.
Study on Coconut Shells in Concrete Girish Agrawal1 Jagat Gupta2 1Resident Engineer 1,2Department of Applied Mechanics 1theme Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd 2Laxmi Narain College of Technology Abstract—Concrete is versatile material and its production is increasing day by day. Cost of conventional concrete are very high and availability natural aggregate are
The study concluded that cost of producing concrete can be reduced up to 48%. Gunasekaran  used coconut shell as lightweight aggregate in concrete. It was observed that coconut shell exhibits more resistance against crushing, impact and abrasion compared to
1/06/2017· Waste coconut shell has potential of being used as coarse aggregate in concrete . The present study focuses on use of waste coconut shell (CS) as partial replacement of conventional coarse aggregate (CA) for concrete production. 2. Application of coconut shell as coarse aggregate
Increase in percentage replacement by coconut shell reduces compressive strength of concrete. Increase in percentage replacement by coconut shell increases workability of concrete. Coconut Shell can be used as partial replacement of coarse aggregate in R.C.C concrete. The following recommendations are made at the end of the study.
We can also study about the use of coconut shell aggregates along with other non-conventional aggregates like palm kernel shells, coir pith, volcanic debris, etc. REFERENCES :-1. Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar (Dec. 2010) “ Exploratory Study of Coconut
1/06/2017· Researchers have proposed to utilize it as ingredient of concrete. This experimental investigation was aimed to quantify the effects of replacing partially the conventional coarse aggregate by coconut shell to produce concrete. The research work was divided into two parts. First part was aimed to observe the effect of such replacement on
An exploratory study of crushed coconut shell (CCS) as partial replacement for fine aggregate in concrete was carried out. Mechanical and Physical properties of the CCS and fine aggregate (river sand) were determined and compared. A total of 36 concrete cubes of size 150 x 150 x150mm with mix ratio of 1:2:4 and water/cement ratio of 0.5 using proportions, 0:100, 25:75,
Adewuyi and Adegoke (2008) carried out an exploratory study of periwinkle shells as coarse aggregates in concrete works and concluded that up to
An exploratory study of crushed coconut shell (CCS) as partial replacement for fine aggregate in concrete was carried out. Mechanical and Physical properties of the CCS and fine aggregate (river sand) were determined and compared. A total of 36 concrete cubes of size 150 x 150 x150mm with mix ratio of 1:2:4 and water/cement ratio of 0.5 using proportions, 0:100, 25:75, 50:50 and 100:0 CCS to
Coconut shell concrete can be classified under structural . lightweight concrete. O.T. Olateju. in this paper reports the . exploratory study on the suitability of the periwinkle she. lls . as partial or in concrete works. Physical and mechanical . properties of periwinkle shell and crushed granite were . determined and compared. A total of 300
Therefore, this study examined the effect of coconut shell as fine and coarse aggregate replacement in concrete with respect to the mechanical properties. The coconut shell concrete was designed
Abubakar, Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete, Journal of Engineering & Applied sciences, vol.3, December 2011.  Daniel Yaw Osei, Experimental assessment on coconut shells as aggregate in concrete, International Journal of Engineering Science Invention, vol. 2, Issue 5, May 2013.
An exploratory study of crushed coconut shell (CCS) as partial replacement for fine aggregate in concrete was carried out. Mechanical and Physical properties of the CCS and fine aggregate (river sand) were determined and compared.
Limited research has been conducted on mechanical properties of concrete with coconut shells as aggregate replacement [11,12]. However, further research is needed for better understanding of the behaviour of coconut shells as aggregate in concrete. Furthermore, there is no study available in the literature on the transport properties which
Concrete with Coconut Shells as Aggregate Replacement, International Diary of Engineering Inventions, vol.1, Issue 6, October 2012.  Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar, Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete, Diary of Engineering and Applied sciences, vol.3, December 2011.
Comparative Study on Coconut Shell Aggregate with Conventional Concrete Vishwas P. Kukarni, Sanjay kumar B. Gaikwad Abstract: Aggregates provide volume at low cost, comprising 66 percent to 78 percent of the concrete. Conventional coarse aggregate namely gravel and fine aggregate is sand in concrete will be used as control. While
The various waste materials are used such as coconut shell, cockle shell, periwinkle shell, foundry sand etc. so here in my project I will use coconut shell waste as replacement of coarse aggregate by different percentage for making concrete of different grade like M-20. Concrete made from coconut shell waste as
Hence here using coconut-crush coating it by glass, wax and oil so that to increase its strength and decrease its water absorption. The coconut husk which we throw in garbage as a junk we can use in the concrete block production effectively without reducing its strength. The coconut husk production is in mass amount in coastal areas in the
coconut shell increase. 5) In this study the use of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete (5).the aim of project to that coconut shell aggregate is a construction material and reducing environment problem. The replaced coarse aggregate with 25%, 50%, 75% and of coarse aggregate. Test for workability, flexural,
10/04/2018· What does the research say? Researchers are in the exploratory phase of finding out how coconut oil can help people with Parkinson’s. Since coconut oil
6/08/2014· Japan, 2005. 2. U. O. Kabiru, and A. Saleh, “Exploratory study of coconut shell as coarse aggregate in concrete”, Journal of engineering and applied sciences, Vol. 2, December 2010. 3. K. Gunasekaran, and P. S. Kumar, “Lightweight Concrete using Coconut Shells as Aggregate”, Proceedings, International Conference on "Innovations in
11/04/2018· Coconut shell concrete can be classified under structural lightweight concrete. O.T. Olateju in this paper reports the exploratory study on the suitability of the periwinkle shells as partial or in concrete works. Physical and mechanical properties of periwinkle shell and crushed granite were determined and compared. A total of 300 concrete
coconut shell concrete is 9 to 10% of its compressive strength. The coconut shell aggregate concrete achieve a compressive strength of 26.70 N/mm2 for M20 grade by trial mixes. Abdulfatah Abubakar et al (2011) have studied “Exploratory Study of Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate in Concrete”. They have concluded that,
grated coconut, and salt. Mix the dough well, put it into the basin to be pressed with a wooden stick until smooth. It is called Jadah. Blondo is made from coconut pulp which is cooked by stirring continuously until it doesn’t contain oil. Blondo is the extract of coconut milk.
studies on coconut shell as aggregate replacement in concrete . Coconut is one of the most important natural fillers produced in tropical countries such as Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Nigeria . Research had showed that coconut is grown in more than 86 countries globally, with a total production of 54 billion tons per annum [7
It also paved the way to the recognition of using coconut shells and fiber as a substitute for aggregates in developing concrete hollow blocks. As a whole, the study' main concern is the environment and the construction and building technology to enhance natural world as well as building materials. This also aims to design a technical
Under these circumstances, the Coconut Development Board also promotes coconut producers’ organizations to support the coconut farmers in Kerala. However, they face many problems and need strong intervention to streamline the functioning of the system. This is an attempt to highlight the problems, faced by the Coconut Producer Companies
International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 4 Issue 04, April-2015 Utilization of Various Waste Materials in Concrete