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A Performance Study on Partial Replacement of Polymer Industries Waste (PIW) as Fine Aggregate in Concrete

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Medium: journal article
Language(s): English
Published in: Archives of Civil Engineering, , n. 3, v. 64
Page(s): 45-56
DOI: 10.2478/ace-2018-0028
Abstract:

Recycling of plastic wastes helps in reducing waste disposal problems and helps for the sustainable development of the country. Concrete with various % (0 to 55%) of waste plastic aggregates were tested for their mechanical strength properties. In the present work, plastic aggregates obtained as end product of a polymer recycle industry in the form of grains called as plastic aggregates are used as fine aggregate replacements in concrete. The addition of plastic aggregate as fine aggregate replacements results in increase in compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength and thus helps in production of sustainable concrete. It is observed that, the optimum % of replacement of sand with waste plastic waste is 40% and it is also found that upto55% of sand replacements with plastic wastes, mechanical strength values are comparable with that of the normal concrete.

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    25/11/2020
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