TDCME-2k18

USE OF RECYCLED PLASTIC AS REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE IN STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (20150713)

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Abstracts : Now a days disposal of dissipate plastic is one of the major green problem all above the world. The objective of this review paper is to examine the usefulness of using waste plastic as fine aggregate substitute in concrete mixtures. The compressive and tensile strength of a variety of concrete specimens were tested to establish how the amalgamation of recycled plastic as a replacement of fine aggregate would affect the expansion of strength in the mixes. In this reading plastic waste was mixed with cement concrete in a variety of scope such as 0%-15% and the M20 grade test specimen were casted to learning the behavior of plastic mixed concrete. All stages of plastic replacement show a perceptible diminish in compressive strength and tensile strength.
Pages : 50-52
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Modified Date : 2018-05-10
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Agarwal Jayesh, Garje Bhagyashree , Gate Vishnu, Kadam Akshay , Khandave Sonali, Prof.Admile P. R, Dr. P.D. Nemade , "USE OF RECYCLED PLASTIC AS REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE IN STRUCTURAL CONCRETE", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, TDCME-2k18, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 50-52
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