PROPERTIES OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE WITH REPLACEMENT OF WASTE CERAMIC AS FINE AGGREGATE
Shaik.B.Aadil Shah Ali1, Dr.E.Arunakanthi2
1PG-Scholar (Structural Engineering), Department of Civil Engineering, JNTUA College of Engineering (Autonomous) Ananthapuramu.
2Professor in Civil Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, JNTUA College of Engineering (Autonomous) Ananthapuramu.
According to this study, concrete is made up of a number of different ingredients including cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, and water. In civil engineering and environmental studies, one of the biggest challenges is figuring out how to keep up with the rising demand and price of concrete in a sustainable way. In order to find solutions to these problems, research is being done to see whether industrial wastes may be used in concrete production, which would have a positive effect on the environment. Ceramic trash ranks high among the most significant garbage. About 30 percent of all ceramics manufactured are now discarded as trash without being recycled. Experimental efforts are performed to evaluate the mechanical characteristics of high-strength concrete using Ceramic Waste as Fine Aggregate at several concentrations (0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%) and to compare this material to conventional concrete.
Keywords: Concrete, Waste Ceramic, Fine Aggregate, Water, Coarse Aggregate.