Mangalore Tile Waste As Coarse Aggregate In Concrete



Concrete is the most widely used man made material, with constituents of cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water. In which the coarse aggregate occupies three fourth of the volume of concrete and influences the properties and performance of concrete with various physical, chemical and thermal properties. Concrete has several appealing characteristics that have made it as a widely used construction material. It is the material of choice where strength, performance, durability etc., are required and concrete is undoubtedly most versatile construction material. The present study aims at utilization and to ascertain the suitability of tile aggregate as partial replacement to coarse aggregate in normal concretes. The strength performance of these concretes with conventional concrete is studied and important findings are reported.

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