Review Paper on High Strength Concrete by Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate by Demolished Waste


  • A. Rangaraj, G.Rinipriya, V. Priyadharsini


A lot of construction waste have been expanded in most recent couple of years and subsequently the ecological effects on recycling the destruction waste have been increased. Recently this fine aggregate of ideal amount is utilized for preparing fresh concrete by using demolished waste. The experiment was conducted to assess the concrete strength, in which natural fine aggregate is moderately replaced by recycled fine aggregate. A small percentage of glass fiber and silica fume were added with respect to the weight of the cement. And also the test were conducted for 0%,5%,10% and 20% replacement of fine aggregate by recycled concrete aggregate with various percentage of glass fiber and silica fumes. And various test were conducted for workability, compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength to determine the strength of the concrete.

Keywords:Fine aggregate, Silica fume, Glass fiber, Demolished waste.