Study of the Compressive Strength of Concrete Using Marble, Granite and Recycled Aggregates with Polypropylene Fiber
Marble Industry produces large amount of waste during mining and processing stages. This waste is dumped on to open land which creates a lot of environmental problems We get recycle aggregate from the old dumped structures and buildings. The main objective of this study was utilization of marble, granite and recycled aggregate waste with polypropylene fiber as a replacement for conventional natural coarse aggregates in concrete. Experimental investigations were carried out to examine the feasibility of use of marble, granite and recycled aggregates waste as coarse aggregates in concrete. Conventional natural coarse aggregates was fully replacement by marble in different percentages 0-60% , granite 0-30% and recycle aggregates 0-40% with polypropylene fiber less than 1% by weight. The concrete formulations were prepared with a constant water.
 Anna Kotwa "The replacement of the parts of the aggregate in concrete with Chalcedonite powder- Procedia Engineering ,Volume 195, 2017.
 Antonia andre, Jorge de brito, Alexandra rosa, Diogo pedro "Durability performance of concrete incorporating coarse aggregate from marble industry waste", Journal of cleaner production, Volume 65, Feb 2014.
 Bashar S. Mohammed, M. Abudullahi ,C.K. Hoong " Statistical models for concrete containing wood chipping as partial replacement to fine aggregate" Construction and Building Material , Volume 55, 2014.
 B.T. Ashwini, Manjunath "Partial replacement of E- Plastic waste as coarse aggregate in concrete" Procedia Environmental Science , Volume 35, 2016.
 Bartolomeo Coppola , Luc Courard , Frederic Michel, Loredana Incarnato, Luciano Di Maio "Invenstigation on the use of formed plastic waste as natural aggregates replacement in light weight mortar" Composites parts B Engineering, Volume 99, 2016.
 "Composite utilizing residues of marble and granite for building popular homes" Journal of building Engineering , Volume 9, 2017.
 Deepak, GS Dangayash "An investigation on optimization of parameters for injestion molded Polypropylene marble composites with multi objective Genetic Algorithm" IEEE 2016
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2019 Rajiv Sonwane, Pushpendra Kumar Kushwaha, Jiji M Thomas
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
IJOSCIENCE follows an Open Journal Access policy. Authors retain the copyright of the original work and grant the rights of publication to the publisher with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY License that allows others to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. Authors are permitted to post their work in institutional repositories, social media or other platforms.
Under the following terms:
- No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.