A comparative study of concrete properties using CS and PKS as coarse aggregates has been carried out. Generally the compressive strength of the concrete decreased as the percentage shell substitution increased. In all cases, the CSC exhibited a higher compressive strength than PKSC in the two mix proportion tested.
However, concrete obtained from coconut shells exhibited a higher compressive strength than palm kernel shell concrete in the two mix proportions. The results also indicated cost reduction of 30% and 42% for concrete produced from coconut shells and palm kernel shells, respectively.
15-9-2017· 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.
A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates . By E. However, concrete obtained from coconut shells exhibited a higher compressive strength than palm kernel shell concrete in the two mix proportions.
Compressive Strength of Concrete by Using Coconut Shell International organization of Scientific Research 7 P a g e  Abdulfatah Abubakar and Muhammed Saleh Abubakar, Exploratory Stud y of Coconut Shell as Coarse
“A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates”, Building and Environment, 41, 297-301, 2006. has been cited by the following article: Article. Mechanical and Bond Properties of Lightweight Concrete Incorporating Coconut Shell as Coarse Aggregate. Ismail Saifullah 1,, Md. Mahfuzur
Properties of Concrete with Coconut Shells as Aggregate Replacement 22 2.2. Mix proportions In order to investigate properties of CS concretes, six mixes were employed. Control mix (M1) that is, without CS was made. Coarse aggregate was then replaced with CS in 10 (M2), 15 (M3), 20 (M4) percentages to study effect of CS replacement.
Compressive Strength of Concrete by Using Coconut Shell shell as course aggregate will be Coarse aggregates, Coconut shell, Compressive strength, Concrete cube Read More. Comparative Study on Coconut Shell Aggregate coconut shell is used as light weight aggregate in concrete. The properties of coconut shell and coconut shell
E.A. Olanipekun, K.O. Olusola, O. Ata*,(2006), A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and Palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates. Building and Environment 41 (2006) 297–301. Vishwas P. Kukarni, Sanjay kumar B. Gaikwad,(2013), Comparative Study on Coconut Shell Aggregate with Conventional Concrete. Engineering and
To prepare lightweight concrete by using coconut shell as course aggregate. 3. Literature Review J.P. RIES (2011) studied that Lightweight aggregate shells(CS) replacement and different and study the transport properties of concrete with CS as coarse aggregate replacement. They concluded that a.
characteristics of concrete produced using crushed TABLE I. Results from samples with indPHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF COCONUT SHELL AGGREGATE The study primarily aims to (i) evaluate the engineering properties of coconut shell aggregate, (ii) compare the properties of coconut shell aggregate with conventional
3.1 Coconut Shell Olanipekun et al. (2006)  A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates carried out the comparative cost analysis and strength characteristics of concrete produced using crushed, granular coconut and palm kernel shell as substitutes for
Properties of coconut shell activated carbon. Microwave-induced potassium hydroxide activation was used to produce coconut shell-based activated carbon. Surface area, pore size and specific capacitance value of the carbon produced were analysed to investigate its
coconut shell concrete. 1.5: Scope of the project- The scope of this learning is to analyse the mechanical properties of coconut shell concrete added with steel fibres and increasing the ductile property in the manufacturing of concrete. Steel fiber is added in different percentage from 0.5 % to 2 % to coconut shell concrete
18-11-2019· The aim of this project work is to investigate concrete properties using coconut fiber ash and fly ash as partial replacement for cement in regards to the compressive strength which is investigated for 3,7, 28,56 and 90 days. Since concrete is weak in tension due to its brittle nature, it is necessary to conduct the split tensile strength test.
This study is partial replaced the fine aggregate with coconut shell powder with 0%, 10% and 20% with 3 different type of curing method. The 20% of coconut shell powder concrete with water curing get the best compressive strength for day 60 which is 42.241kN/mm2 and flexural strength is 12.818kN/mm2.
Nimityongskul P and Daladar TU. (1995). Use of coconut husk ash, corn cob ash and peanut shell ash as cement replacement. Journal of ferrocement, 25(1), 35-44. Olanipekun E, Olusola K and Ata O. (2006). A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates. Building and Environment, 41(3), 297
Development of lightweight concrete using industrial waste material, The concrete produced using PKS referred to here after as palm kernel shell concrete (PKSC) and its properties were compared with properties of normal weight A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates
22-12-2019· Concrete mortar cubes were produced using replacement levels of 0 and 5 percent of OPC with CSA. The Coconut Shell ash is used for the partial replacement of cement. Further, use of coconut shell ash as a value added material as in the case of binary blended cement concrete, reduces the consumption of cement.
Nirmala R 2016 Experimental Study on Properties of Concrete by Partial from AC 8A at University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
2012. Engineering and Transport Properties of High-Strength Green Concrete Containing High Volume of Ultrafine Palm Oil Fuel Ash. Construction Building Material. 30: 281-288.  Olanipekun, E. A., K. O. Olusola and O. Ata. 2006. A Comparative Study of Concrete Properties Using Coconut Shell and Palm Kernel Shell as Coarse Aggregates. Building
REINFORCED CONCRETE WITH COCONUT SHELL AS COARSE AGGREGATES • The durability properties of coconut shell concrete are to be rested before practically applying our project. • Durability tests on CSC which may take around a year to complete can be conducted as a future work.
A Comparative Study on Different Concretes Prepared by Partial Replacement of Cement by using Different Types of Ashes Harikrishnan G Assistant professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Mount Zion College of Engineering
The study examined the compressive strength and workability of concrete using palm kernel shell and palm kernel fibre as a partial replacement for coarse aggregate. Lightweight aggregate obtained using, Palm Kernel Shell (PKS) and Palm kernel Fibre (PKF) respectively as
In the current study, coconut shell particle and poly-ethylene were used to fabricate the composites with the aim of exploring the potential of coconut shell as rein-forcement for polyethylene matrix composite. 2. Materials and Method . The coconut shell was dried in open air and grinded into powder using a pulverizing machine, the powder was
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