use of granulated blast slag as replacement for natural sand

  • Combined Use of Natural and Artificial Slag Aggregates in ...

    Combined Use of Natural and Artificial Slag Aggregates in ...

    (SCC), in which natural coarse aggregates had been substituted by artificial slag aggregates (ASAs). For this, 90% ground granulated blastfurnace slag and 10% portland cement by weight were pelletized in a tilted pan through coldbonded agglomeration process. .

  • Search results for: ground granulated blastfurnace slag

    Search results for: ground granulated blastfurnace slag

    Therefore in this study geopolymer concrete is manufactured by 100% replacement of cement content by ground granulated blast furnace slag and a combination of sodium silicate and sodium hydroxide is used as an alkaline solution. The results have shown that the compressive strengths increased with increasing curing time and type of alkali activators.

  • USE OF ALTERNATIVE CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

    USE OF ALTERNATIVE CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

    Ground granulated blast furnace slag is a replacement of portland cement and provides several advantages such as improved workability, reduced heat of hydration, decreased costs increased resistance to alkalisilica reaction, and sulfate resistance and increased compressive and flexural strength when compared to unblended portland cement.

  • Evaluation of Grade 120 Granulated Ground Blast Furnace Slag

    Evaluation of Grade 120 Granulated Ground Blast Furnace Slag

    Granulated Ground Blast Furnace Slag GGBFS. The use of GGBFS as a constituent of concrete was first recorded in 1905. GGBFS is made from iron blast furnace slag. It is non metallic and consists essentially of s ilicates and aluminosilicates of calcium and other bases developed in a molten form with iron in a blast furnace. Molten slag, at a ...

  • Application of Blast Furnace Slag Sand in Cement Concrete ...

    Application of Blast Furnace Slag Sand in Cement Concrete ...

    This paper highlights a case study of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GBFS/GBS) sand application as a partial substitute of Crushed Stone Sand (CSS) in cement concrete. Laboratory Studies were conducted for different grades of concrete viz. M30 to M70 using blend of crushed stone sand and granulated slag sand in the ratio of 50:50 of total fine

  • Experimental Studies on Concrete Replacing Fine Aggregate ...

    Experimental Studies on Concrete Replacing Fine Aggregate ...

    with blast furnace slag and ground granulated blast furnace slag. II. EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM A. Materials Used: The key materials used in this study were cement, sand, crushed stone, GGBFS and BFS. The cement used was an ordinary portland cement of grade 43 with a specific gravity of The fine aggregate confirms to grading

  • Experimental Investigation of Granulated Blast Furnace ...

    Experimental Investigation of Granulated Blast Furnace ...

    Granulated Blast Furnace Slag: Manufactured sand is totally different from natural GBFS used in this present investigation was procured form river sand. The surface characteristics are different. Most of JSW steel plant, Bellary.

  • Utilization of Industrial Waste Slag as Aggregate in ...

    Utilization of Industrial Waste Slag as Aggregate in ...

    perimental results show the application of steel slag sand may reduce the dosage of cement clinker and increase the content of industrial waste product using steel slag sand. Isa Yuksel, Omer Ozkan, Turhan Bilir, 2006 [2] ex perimented use of non ground granulated blast furnace slag as fine aggregate in concrete. The study concluded

  • USE OF SLAG AS COARSE AGGREGATE AND ITS ...

    USE OF SLAG AS COARSE AGGREGATE AND ITS ...

    Chen Meizhu, Zhou Mingkai, Wu Shaopeng (2007) worked on mortar made up of ground granulated blast furnace, gypsum, clinker and steel slag sand. The experimental results show the application of steel slag sand may reduce the dosage of cement clinker and increase .

  • An Experimental Study on Behavior of Partial Replacement ...

    An Experimental Study on Behavior of Partial Replacement ...

    Dec 23, 2016· An Experimental Study on Behavior of Partial Replacement of Cement with Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag, Dr babu2,, 1

  • A Review on Ground Granulated BlastFurnace Slag as a ...

    A Review on Ground Granulated BlastFurnace Slag as a ...

    The replacement of Portland cement with GGBS will lead to significant reduction of carbon dioxide gas emission. GGBS is therefore an environmental friendly construction material. It can be used to replace as much as 80% of the Portland cement used in concrete Fig 1: Ground Granulated Blast slag II.

  • EFFECT OF GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG .

    EFFECT OF GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG .

    kiln dust, and green foundry sand. In another research, green ECC was designed by replacing part of the cement with different types of fly ash and bottom ash, which have different calcium content and particle size [7, 10]. In Korea a research on ECC produced with ground granulated blast furnace slag has been accomplished [2]. This paper ...

  • slag | MID RIVER MINERALS

    slag | MID RIVER MINERALS

    Crushed and graded for concrete aggregates, concrete sand, glass insulation wool, filter medium, and use under concrete slabs as a platform 2. By passing the molten slag through high volume high pressure water sprays, a glassy, sandType (granulated) material Is formed, known as Granulated Blast Furnace color of this product is very similar to normal beach sand.

  • Partial Replacement of Cement with GGBS in Self .

    Partial Replacement of Cement with GGBS in Self .

    that natural sources are used more effectiveness and the environment is sheltered from waste deposits. To avoid the toxic waste and reprocess the waste material, the present study is carried out. As the properties are as good as the cement, the Class F fly ash (coal fly ash) and Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) is used as

  • Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) Products

    Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) Products

    Slag Ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) GGBS is primarily a latent hydraulic binder used as a type 2 addition to cement which produces Portland blastfurnace cement (635% of GGBS) or blastfurnace cement (3690% GGBS) which is produced primarily by blending at the concrete mixer but can also be used to produce factory blends generally at the cement factory.

  • Properties of Hardened Concrete with Blast Furnace Slag

    Properties of Hardened Concrete with Blast Furnace Slag

    The physical properties of Ground Granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS) provides advantages to the concrete in fresh state as well as in its hardened state. It is always recommended for a concrete mix design, that would provide us with a denser mass of concrete, a solid that is free from voids ...