Laterized Quarry Dust And Crushed Bricks As Alternative Concrete Making Materials
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Laterized Quarry Dust And Crushed Bricks As Alternative Concrete Making Materials
This paper presents a research which was conducted to study the suitability of using laterite soil, quarry dust and the crushed bricks as alternative aggregates for concrete production. The following tests were carried out to determine the physical properties of these materials: density tests, silt content, water absorption, sieve analysis or gradation tests, specific gravity, flakiness index and aggregate crushing value. The research was conducted by testing concrete cylinder and cubes specimens at ages of 7,14 and 28days concrete with concrete mix ratios 1:1.5:3 with a target strength of 25N/mm2 and 1:2:4 with a target strength of 20N/mm2Samples of concrete specimens were made DownloadViews: 63

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