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 Authors : Atul Uniyal, Karan Singh
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 Volume & Issue : NCRIETS – 2019 (Volume 7 – Issue 12)
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Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete using Ceramic Waste
Atul Uniyal1
(Assistant Professor, HSST, SRHU Jollygrant),
Karan Singp
(Assistant Professor, HSST, SRHU Jollygrant)
Abstract: Waste and find the solution of resulting it the most serious problem of the word today. Waste utilization has become an attractive alternative to disposal now days. There are number of researches, for use of waste in industry most of them related to use these waste in construction are or use of waste in concrete to develop new type of concrete. Use of waste producing is not only makes it economical but also a very good and attractive solution of disposal problem. Ceramic waste from ceramic industry is used to produce a new type of concrete by replacing the cement. According a report in India 30% of the daily production goes on waste during the manufacturing, usages and transportation. Ceramic waste increases day by day because of its usages in construction, so it is necessary for ceramic industry for diminishing the waste dump at ceramic industries is recycling, reusing and substitution of concrete ingredients. Ceramic waste produce from industry is durable, hard, and highly resistant to biological, chemical and physical degradation forces. Ceramic waste powder can be used to produce lightweight concrete, without affecting. The compressive strength of concrete of the concrete improved by the use of optimal dosage of ceramic tile powder.
Keywords:Ceramic waste, properties of ceramic waste, partial replacement of cement.

INTRODUCTION
Introduction: in India ceramic industry, in which wall floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and roof tiles refectory materials and ceramic materials for domestic and other use is produce 100 million tons per year, out of which 1530% material is waste. Ceramic industry dump these waste powder in nearby pit or any vacant space. Ceramic waste consider as a non hazardous solid waste and possess pozzolanic properties. Use of non hazardous material in construction field is gaining in India day by day. After recycling ceramic waste can be used in different construction application. Researches used ceramic waste to generate green concrete by using 20% replacement of natural aggregate. It can be shown that the concrete produce from ceramic waste is good workable and achieve characteristic strength [9, 10, 11, 12].
Researchers found that the addition of ceramic waste has improved the compressive strength, split tensile strength.
The cube strength increases to extant of 30% at w/c ratio of
0.46 with replacement of 20% ceramic waste [1]. Ceramic waste found suitable as a substitution for fine and coarse aggregate and partial substitution in cement production [2]. Ceramic waste can be used as a filler material in flexible pavement [3]The ongoing research has interest in ceramic waste from different ceramic based industry which includes wall floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and roof tiles etc. The waste generated from thee industry dump in a pit or nearby
vacant space which is not a best option and also neglect the concept of sustainable development, and hence need to find out the alternative solution for this problem and use of ceramic waste which is generated in a huge amount in India per year or worldwide in a positive manner

MATERIALS USED FOR MIX DESIGN M30 Ceramic Waste: Ceramic waste comes from the ceramic industry in which the waste of wall and floor tiles, sanitary ware, bricks and roof tiles are included ceramic waste consider as a nonhazardous solid waste and possess pozzzolanic properties. Ceramic waste is hard and durable.Ceramic waste can be used as a partial replacement of cement or as a partial replacement of fine aggregate sand as a supplementary addition to achieve different properties of concrete [3].
Properties of Ceramic Powder:

Inorganic

Highly resistant to chemical and biological forces

Mainly composed of silica (69.4%) and alumina (18.2%), High strength

Good frictional behaviour

Thermal expansion coefficient similar to cement

Corrosion resistance in acids and alkalis

Modulus of elasticity is similar to steel.
Cement (OPC): The Ordinary Portland Cement of 33 grades conforming to IS: 8112 is being used. Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) is manufactured by grinding a mixture of limestone and other raw materials like argillaceous, calcareous, gypsum to a powder. This cement is available in three types of grades, such as OPC 33 grade, OPC 43 grade and OPC 53 grade. OPC is the most commonly used cement in the world. This type of cement is preferred where fast pace of construction is done. However, the making of OPC has reduced to a great extent as blended cement like PPC has advantages, such as lower environmental pollution, energy consumption and more economical.
CONSTITUENTS OF OPC CEMENT:
The chief chemical constituents of Portland cement are as follows:
Lime (CaO)
60 to 67%
Silica (SiO2)
17 to 25%
Alumina (Al2O3)
3 to 8%
Iron oxide (Fe2O3)
0.5 to 6%
Magnesia (MgO)
0.1 to 4%
Sulphur trioxide (SO3)
1 to 3%
Soda and/or Potash (Na2O+K2O)
0.5 to 1.3%
Table 2.1 chemical constituents of Portland cement
The above constituents forming the raw materials undergo chemical reactions during burning and fusion, and combine to form the following compounds called BOGUE COMPOUNDS.
Compound
Abbreviated designation
Tricalcium silicate (3CaO.SiO2)
C3S
Dicalcium silicate (2CaO.SiO2)
C2S
Tricalcium aluminate (3CaO.Al2O3)
C3A
Tetracalciumaluminoferrite (4CaO.Al2O3.Fe2O3)
C4AF
Table 2.2 Bogue Compound
Aggregate: Aggregates are the important constituents in concrete. They give body to the concrete, reduce shrinkage and affect economy. One of the most important factors for producing workable concrete is a good gradation of aggregates. Good grading implies that a sample fraction of aggregates in required proportion such that the sample contains minimum voids. Samples of the well graded aggregate containing minimum voids require minimum paste to fill up the voids in the aggregates. Minimum paste means less quantity of cement and less water, which are further mean increased economy, higher strength, lower shrinkage and greater durability. We used the Coarse Aggregate of 4.7510mm whose Specific gravity was 2.69 and the fineness modulus was 2.42, & the course aggregate of 1020mm having Specific gravity 2.67 and fineness modulus was 7.9.


MIX DESIGN OF M30 GRADE DESIGNED AS PER IS 10262:2009 & IS 456:2000
Proportioning:

Grade designation : M30

Type of cement : OPC 43 Grade conforming IS 12269

Maximum nominal size of aggregate : 20mm

Minimum cement content : 320 kg/m3 (IS 456:2000)

Maximum watercement ratio : 0.45 (Table 5 of IS 456:2000)

Workability : 70100mm slump

Exposure condition : Moderate (For Reinforced Concrete)

Method of concrete placing : Pumping

Degree of supervision : Good

Type of aggregate : Crushed Angular Aggregates

Maximum cement content : 360 kg/m3
Test Data For Materials:

Cement used : OPC 43 Grade conforming IS 12269

Specific gravity of cement : 3.15

Specific gravity of

Coarse aggregate : 2.7

Fine aggregate: 2.31


Sieve analysis:

Coarse aggregate: Conforming to all in aggregates of Table 2 of IS 383

Fine aggregate : Conforming to Grading Zone II of Table 4 of IS 383

Target Strength for Mix Proportioning:
fck = fck + 1.65 s
where
fck = Target average Compressive Strength at 28 days,
fck = Characteristics Compressive Strength at 28 days, and
s = standard deviation.
From Table I of IS 10262:2009, Standard Deviation, s
= 5 N/mm2.
Therefore, target strength = 30 + 1.65 x 5 = 38.25 N/mm2.
Selection of WaterCement Ratio:
Adopted maximum watercement ratio = 0.45
Selection of Water Content:
From Table 2 of IS 10262:2009, maximum water content for 20 mm aggregate = 186 litre (for 25 to 50 mm slump range) Estimated water content for 75 mm slump = 186+ (3/100 *186) = 191.58litre.
(Note: If Super plasticizer is used, the water content can be reduced up to 20% and above.)
Calculation for Cement Content:
Adopted w/c Ratio = 0.45
Cement Content = 191.58/0.45 = 425.73 kg/m3
Proportion of Volume of Coarse Aggregate and Fine Aggregate:
From Table 3 of (IS 10262:2009) Volume of coarse aggregate corresponding to 20 mm size aggregate and fine aggregate (Zone II) for watercement ratio of 0.50
=0.62 .
In the present case watercement ratio is 0.45.
Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate is required to be increased to decrease the fine aggregate content. The proportion of volume of coarse aggregate is increased by 0.01 (at the rate of /+ 0.01 for every Â±
0.05 change in watercement ratio).
Therefore, corrected proportion of volume of coarse aggregate for the watercement ratio of 0.45 = 0.63
NOTE In case the coarse aggregate is not angular one, then also volume of coarse aggregate may berequired to be increased suitably based on experience & site conditions.
For pumpable concrete these values should be reduced up to 10%. Therefore, volume of coarse aggregate =0.65 x 0.9
= 0.585.
Volume of fine aggregate content = 1 0.63 = 0.37
Mix Calculations:
The mix calculations per unit volume of concrete shall be as follows:

Volume of concrete = 1 m3

Volume of cement = [(Mass of cement) / (Specific Gravity of Cement)] x (1/1000)
= 425.73/(3.15 x 1000)
= 0.135m3

Volume of water = [(Mass of water) / (Specific Gravity of water)] x (1/1000)
= 191.58/(1 x 1000)
= 0.192m3

Air Content = 2% of total volume of concrete
= 0.02 x 1
= 0.02m3

Volume of all Aggregate = [a – (b + c + d)]
= [1 – (0.135 + 0.192 + 0.02)]
= 0.653m3

Mass of coarse aggregate = Volume of all aggregate x Volume of Coarse Aggregate x Specific Gravit of coarse aggregate x 1000
Compressive load = 550 KN Compressive Strength = 5501000
150150
= 24.44 N/mm2
28 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 780 KN Compressive Strength =7801000
150150
= 34.67 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 800 KN Compressive Strength = 8001000
150150
= 35.55 N/mm2
Compressive strength
= 0.653 x 0.63 x 2.7 x 1000
= 1110.75 kg/m3

Mass of fine aggregate = Volume of all aggregate x Volume of Fine Aggregate x Specific Gravity of
Fine aggregate x 1000
= 0.653 x 0.37 x 2.31 x
1000
= 558.12 kg/m3
Mix Proportions: Cement = 425.73 kg/m3 Water = 191.58 l/m3
Fine aggregate = 558.12 kg/m3
Coarse aggregate = 1110.75 kg/m3 Watercement ratio = 0.45
Note Aggregates should be used in saturated surface dry condition. If otherwise, when computing the requirement of mixing water, allowance shall be made for the free (surface) moisture contributed by the fine and coarse aggregates. On the other hand, if the aggregates are dry the amount of mixing water should be increased by an amount equal to the moisture likely to be absorbed by the aggregates. Necessary adjustments are also required to be made In mass of aggregates. The surface water and percent water absorption of aggregates shall be determined according to IS 2386.
Mix Design calculation for 6 cubes: Cement = 8.5 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
Compressive Strength of Mix Grade M30: 7days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 540 KN
S.No
7 days
strength in N/mm2
28 days strength in N/mm2
1.
24
34.67
2.
24.44
35.55
S.No
7 days
strength in N/mm2
28 days strength in N/mm2
1.
24
34.67
2.
24.44
35.55
Table 3.1 compressive strength of M30 cube



Partial Replacement of Cement by Ceramic powder
5% Replacement of Cement by Ceramic Powder:
Mix Design calculation of M30 for 6 cubes: Cement = 8.5 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
By replacing 5% of cement by ceramic waste 5% of 8.5 = 0.425 kg
Therefore,
Final Mix for 5% replacement: Cement = 8.5 0.425 = 8.075 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse Aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg Ceramic waste = 0.425 kg
7 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 555 KN Compressive Strength =5551000
150150
= 24.67 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 550 KN Compressive Strength = 5501000
150150
= 24.44 N/mm2
28 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 820 KN
8201000
Compressive Strength = Sample 2
5401000
150150
= 24 N/mm2
Compressive Strength = Sample 2
150150
= 36.44 N/mm2
Compressive load = 795 KN Compressive Strength = 7951000
150150
= 35.33 N/mm2
Compressive test of 5% replacement cubes:
S.No
7 days strength in N/mm2
28 days strength in N/mm2
1.
24.67
36.44
2.
24.44
35.33
Table 4.1 Compressive Strength of M30 with 5% Replacement
10% Replacement of Cement by Ceramic Powder:
Mix Design calculation of M30 for 6 cubes: Cement = 8.5 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
By replacing 10% of cement by ceramic waste 10% of 8.5 = 0.85 kg
Therefore,
Final Mix for 10% replacement: Cement = 8.5 0.85 = 7.65 kg Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse Aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg Ceramic waste = 0.85 kg
7 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 570 KN
15% Replacement of Cement by Ceramic Powder:
Mix Design calculation of M30 for 6 cubes: Cement = 8.5 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
By replacing 15% of cement by ceramic waste 15% of 8.5 = 1.275 kg
Therefore,
Final Mix for 15% replacement: Cement = 8.5 1.275= 7.225 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse Aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg Ceramic waste = 1.275 kg
7 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 590 KN Compressive Strength =5901000
150150
= 2.22 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 600 KN Compressive Strength = 6001000
150150
= 26.67 N/mm2
28 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 870 KN Compressive Strength =8701000
150150
= 38.67 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 855 KN
8551000
Compressive Strength =
5701000
150150
Compressive Strength =
150150
= 38 N/mm2
Sample 2
= 25.33N/mm2
Compressive test of 15% replacement cubes:
Compressive load = 560 KN Compressive Strength = 5601000
150150
= 24.88 N/mm2
28 days
Sample 1
Compressive load = 850 KN Compressive Strength =8501000
150150
= 37.7 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 830 KN Compressive Strength = 8301000
150150
= 36.88 N/mm2
Compressive test of 10% replacement cubes:
S.No
7 days strength in N/mm2
28 days strength in N/mm2
1.
25.33
37.7
2.
24.88
36.88
Table 4.2Compressive Strength of M30 with 10% Replacement
S.No
7 days strength in N/mm2
28 days
strength in N/mm2
1.
26.22
38.67
2.
26.67
38
Table 4.3Compressive Strength of M30 with 15% Replacement
20% Replacement of Cement by Ceramic Powder: Mix Design calculation of M30 for 6 cubes: Cement = 8.5 kg
Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
By replacing 20% of cement by ceramic waste 20% of 8.5 = 1.7 kg
Therefore,
Final Mix for 20% replacement: Cement = 8.5 1.7 = 6.8 kg Water = 3.83 litre
Coarse Aggregate = 22.2 kg Fine Aggregate = 11.16 kg
Compression Test in 28 Days
40
38
36
34
32
30
28
Compression Test in 28 Days
40
38
36
34
32
30
28
Ceramic waste = 1.7 kg
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
7 days
0%
replacement
Column1
0%
replacement
Column1
Sample 1
Compressive load = 500 KN Compressive Strength =5001000
150150
= 22.22 N/mm2
5%
replacement
5%
replacement
Sample 2
Mix Design
Mix Design
Compressive load = 520 KN Compressive Strength = 5201000
150150
= 23.11 N/mm2 Fig. 5.2 Compression Test Result in 28 Days
Compression Test
Compression Test
28 days
Sample 1
60
40
20
0
60
40
20
0
0%
replacement
5%
replacement
10%
replacement
0%
replacement
5%
replacement
10%
replacement
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
Compressive load = 720 KN Compressive Strength =7201000
150150
= 32 N/mm2
Sample 2
Compressive load = 735 KN Compressive Strength = 7351000
150150
= 32.67 N/mm2
Compressive test of 20% replacement cubes:
S. N
o
7 days
strength in N/mm2
28 days
strength in N/mm2
1.
22.22
32
2.
23.11
32.67
Table 4.4Compressive Strength of M30 with 20% Replacement

CONCLUSION
Compression Test in 7 Days
7 days 28 days
Days
7 days 28 days
Days
Fig. 5.3 Bar Chart of Compression Test
This study was carried to obtain the results, test conducted on the tile powder modified cement concrete mix, in order to ascertain the influence of tile powder on the characteristic strength of concrete.

The most optimal dosage for the partial alternative of cement by ceramic tile powder is 15 %.

The compressive strength of concrete decreases, when the addition of dosage is more than 15%. The results show if 20% replacement of cement by ceramic tile powder will affect the strength of concrete.

By doing this project we could gave a contribution to the society by making the environment more
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
Compressive Strength in N/mm2
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
Mix Design
0%
replacement
5%
replacement 10%
replacement 15%
replacement
20%
replacement
ecofriendly by utilizing the ceramic waste scientifically. Thus by adopting replacement method we can overcome problems such as waste disposal crisis.

Utilization of tile powder and its application for the sustainable development of the construction industry is the most efficient solution and also address the high value application of such waste.

By using the replacement materials offers cost reduction and can overcome few environmental hazards.
Fig 5.1 Compression Test Result in 7 Days
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