effect of stone dust on sulfate resistance of concrete

Sodium Sulphate Effect on Cement Produced with Building

In this study the blended cements produced by using the building stone waste were exposed to sulphate solution and the cement properties were examined Prepared mortar specimens were cured under water for 28 days and then they were exposed to three different proportions of sodium sulphate solution for 125 days Performances of cements were determined by means of compressive strength and

Influence of stone processing dust on mechanical

The increase in flexural strength on up to 30 addition of stone processing dust is due to similar reasons explained earlier Section 3 1 Fine particles of stone processing dust act like fillers by filling the voids between cement paste and aggregate and thus strengthen the concrete specimen

Effect of Limestone Dust Concrete Construction Magazine

A publication titled Stone Sand by J E Gray and J E Bell National Crushed Stone Association Engineering Bulletin No 13 1964 discusses the effect of dust on the properties of concrete Basically dust affects the bond between the cement and aggregate so that compressive strength can be considerably reduced and the dust material

Cement Hazards and Controls Health Risks and Precautions

Corrosive bleed water from the concrete is absorbed by the worker’s pants and held against the skin for prolonged periods Without waterproof knee pads kneeling on wet concrete can irritate or burn the skin Cement dust released during bag dumping or concrete cutting can also irritate the skin

Effects of Magnesium Sulfate and Sodium Sulfide on Fresh

magnesium sulfate had the most detrimental effect on the concrete mixes In contrast sodium sulfide increased the compressive strength of the concrete mix and Rao contrasted the effects of magnesium sulfate and sodium sulfate Na2SO4 solutions 20 stone dust 2000 0 2 Carbonates 1000 0 1 Bicarbonates 400–1000 0 04–0 1 Calcium

Effect of methylene blue value of manufactured sand

The relation between the methylene blue value of MS and its limestone powder content and clay content was investigated The effects of values ranging from 0 35 to 2 5 on the workability of fresh concrete the mechanical properties the resistance to freezing as well as the resistance to chlorine ion permeation of the hardened concrete were all investigated

HYDRAULIC CEMENT CONCRETE

blast furnace slag recycled crushed hydraulic cement concrete crushed stone or combinations thereof that are free from frozen material and from injurious amounts of salt alkali vegetable matter or other objectionable material either free or as an adherent coating Provide coarse aggregate of uniform quality throughout

HYDRAULIC CEMENT CONCRETE

blast furnace slag recycled crushed hydraulic cement concrete crushed stone or combinations thereof that are free from frozen material and from injurious amounts of salt alkali vegetable matter or other objectionable material either free or as an adherent coating Provide coarse aggregate of uniform quality throughout

Graniterock Technical Reports

Type II portland cement should be used in all concrete construction exposed to moderate sulfate action Type V cement should be used when high sulfate resistance is required A rich concrete mix with a maximum W C of 5 0 gallons of water per sack of cement should be used With the lower W C and lower porosity that accompany the use of richer

Effect of stone dust on strength of concrete

Effect of stone dust on strength of concrete Ashish Kumar Patel Department of Civil Engineering Bhilai Institute of Technology Durg CG India Available Received 8th April 201 Abstract In the presented Research a fraction of fine aggregate used in crushing and the sample cube is tested to determine the compressive strength of concrete

EFFECTS OF STONE DUST ON RESISTANCE TO CHLORIDE ION

The effects of different stone dust SD content in manufactured sand MS on the compressive strength permeability of chloride ions and resistance to freezing of different strength grade concrete are investigated The results show that with the increase of SD content in MS the resistance to chlorine permeability of low strength concrete is improved but the resistance to freezing de creases

Experimental Study of High Performance Manufactured Sand

stone dust content and the content must be less than 5 To meet the requirements of and sulfate erosion resistance and has no obvious effect on concrete shrinkage Experiments in Benyamina Menadi et al 2019 demonstrate that increasing the substitution level of limestone fines in SCC mixtures contributes to the decrease of the

Constituent Materials of Concrete InterNACHI 174

These comprise the constituent materials of concrete But because of the many variables of the raw materials and how they are processed and combined there are many opportunities for problems to appear in concrete another bag filter helps to remove dust from the crushed stone and from the air and has moderate resistance to sulfate attack

Concrete Exposed to Seawater – Effects and Preventions

Effect of Seawater on Concrete Structures The constituents of seawater reacts chemically with constituents of cement concrete which results damage to the concrete structure in several ways The magnesium sulfate present in seawater reacts with calcium hydroxide of cement and forms calcium sulfate as well as magnesium hydroxide precipitation

The Durability of Concrete Modified by Waste Limestone

After 6 months of concrete exposure to sulfates it was observed that the resistance to sulfate degradation decreases with increasing W C ratio Figure 14 Table 4 With the same W C of 0 45 the biggest decrease in compressive strength after exposure to sulfate solution occurred at the 10 level of sand substitution by the waste

Blast Furnance Slag User Guideline Portland Cement

Sulfate Resistance Use of GGBFS as a partial cement replacement gives concrete moderate resistance to sulfate attack 10 Salt Scaling Concrete containing high concentrations of GGBFS may be susceptible to salt scaling the loss of surface layers …

Effect of stone dust on strength of concrete A Review

using stone dust as to give comparable strength to concrete Stone dust has somehow similar or better mechanical properties to fine aggregate Using of stone dust is also beneficial from the environmental aspect Disposal of stone dust a waste product in the concrete construction is one of the efficient way of waste management

Sulfate Resistance of Concrete A New Approach

and to provide criteria for evaluation selection and use of concrete materials for sulfate attack resistance The approach taken is based on ASTM E 6321 In following the procedure described in ASTM E 632 the performance of concrete under sulfate attack needs to be divided into several phenomena and therefore several tests had to be developed

Effect Of Quarry Dust On Compressive Strength Concrete

Analysis of strength and corrosion resistance ARPN Journals The mechanical properties such as compressive strength flexural strength spilt tensile strength and effect of super plasticizer in quarry dust replaced concrete Get Price Effect on Compressive Strength of Concrete Made with Crusher Dust

health effects of silica dust DustMuzzle Dust

Health effects of silica dust Initial exposure to silica dust will cause irritation of the eyes nose and throat like most other dusts However if excessive amounts of silica dust are breathed into the lungs over a period of time it can cause damage to the lung tissue

EFFECTS OF STONE DUST ON RESISTANCE TO CHLORIDE ION

The effects of different stone dust SD content in manufactured sand MS on the compressive strength permeability of chloride ions and resistance to freezing of different strength grade concrete are investigated The results show that with the increase of SD content in MS the resistance to chlorine permeability of low strength concrete is improved but the resistance to freezing de creases

Stone crusher dust as a fine aggregate in Concrete for

dust against sulfate attack Mg SO 4 and Na 2 SO 4 is higher than the conventional concrete Also they have reported acid resistance H 2 SO 4 is higher than the conventional concrete The durability of quarry rock dust concrete under sulphate and acid action is higher than the conventional concret Similarly water Absorption found to be

Durability of Alkali Activated Concrete A Review

chloride resistance for the flexure behavior of beams by compared to the normal Portland cement hydration immersing concrete beams for the period of 180 days by structure immersing the specimens for a 10 concentration of sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid He observed that there Review of Sulfate Attack Bakharev 19 conducted an

Stone Dust as Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate in

Stone dust Stone dust is collected from local stone crushing units of Bharatpur Rewa road Uttar Pradesh Compressive strength in N mm 178 It was initially dry in condition when collected and was sieved by IS 90 sieve before mixing in concrete Stone dust is of grey colour and shape of particles is irregular

Influence of stone dust as fine aggregate replacement on

this case the stone dust was added to concrete without any processing or adjustment So concrete samples were made by replacing varying percentages of natural sand by stone dust in 30 and 100 by weight All the concrete mixtures were performed using IPT EPUSP’s method 13 The workability was fixed at 80 177 10 mm based in the slump

International Journal of ChemTech Research

Bentonite replacement in concrete yields satisfactory results but any further addition reduces strength drastically Sulfate resistance of concrete increases as the pozzolana replacement increases At 20 per cent of bentonite replacement a maximum resistance to sulfate resistance of mortar in 2 per cent sulfate solution is achieved

Performance of Fly Ash and Stone Dust Blended Concrete in

fly ash in concrete in sulfate aggressive environments have been examined 16 17 18 Research and field data on the effects of pozzolanas on durability and service life have been considered to be incomplete or at best inconclusive Use of stone dust also has been found effective in improving the

Types and Causes of Concrete Deterioration

Concrete can deteriorate for a variety of reasons and concrete damage is often the result of a combination of factors The following summary discusses potential causes of concrete deterioration and the factors that influence them CORROSION OF EMBEDDED METALS Fig 1 Corrosion of reinforcing steel is the most common cause of concrete

Effect of Stone Dust and Fly Ash on Properties of C60 High

The stone dust finer than 75 μm inevitably exists in the manufactured sand According to GB T 14684—2001 of the Chinese national standard for Sand for Building the content of stone dust in manufactured sand used in C60 concrete shall be less than 3 The paper presents the results of studies of C60 high performance concrete HPC prepared from

Sulfate in the Soil and Concrete Foundations Concrete

nbsp 0183 32 We define sulfate attack as destructive chemical action and damage the presence of sulfates by itself is not proof of anything untoward as far as the concrete in the field is concerned So the situation is that in homes 10 ro 20 years old no structural damage has occurred and no concrete …

Effect of Filler Type on the Durability of Asphalt

the effect of mineral filler types three types limestone dust Portland cement and hydrated lime in the durability of asphalt concrete mixture To achieve the objective of this study Marshall mix design method was utilized to produce asphalt concrete mixes at their optimum asphalt content

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