Experimental Investigation on Effective Replacement of Cement and Fine Aggregate by Copper Slag

Arniganti Virupakshi, M.Mujahid Ahmed


Copper slag is considered as one of the waste materials which can have a promising future in construction industry as partial or full substitute of either cement or totals. For every ton of copper creation, about 2.2 huge amounts of copper slag is produced. This slag is as of now utilized for some, reasons like land filling, construction of abrasive tools, roofing granules, cutting tools and rail street balance material, which are not high value added application. These applications use just about 15% to 20% of copper slag produced and staying material is dumped as a waste. With the end goal to decrease the collection of copper slag and furthermore to give an elective material to sand and cement a methodology has been done to explore the utilization of copper slag in cement for the partial replacement of sand and cement.


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