coconut husk as replacement for cement

The effect of fly ash and coconut fibre ash as cement ...

The effect of fly ash and coconut fibre ash as cement replacement materials on cement paste strength ... This material was used as cement replacement materials on cement paste. ... Coconut husk ...

COCONUT SHELL AS AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE ROOF TILES

1. Coconut shells are applicable as partial substitute as coarse aggregates for concrete roof tiles. 2. The good indicators of coconut shell quality as aggregate of concrete roof tiles are particles, shape and texture, resistance to crushing, absorption and surface moisture, and light-weight. 3.

Rice Husk Ash in Concrete -Properties, Advantages and Uses

Rice husk ash is used in concrete construction as an alternative of cement. The types, properties, advantages and uses of rice husk in construction is discussed. The rice paddy milling industries give the by-product rice husk. Due to the increasing rate of environmental pollution and the ...

Properties of Concrete with Coconut Shells as Aggregate ...

concretes at different coconut shells (CS) replacements and study the transport properties of concrete with CS as coarse aggregate replacement. Furthermore, in this study, the effect of fly ash as cement replacement and aggregate replacement on properties of the CS replaced concrete was also investigated. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS 2.1. Materials

Development of coconut coir-based lightweight cement board ...

This paper presents investigation conducted in Thailand on the development of coconut coir-based lightweight cement boards (CCB). These boards were made from coconut coir, cement and water. They are intended to be used as building components for energy conservation.

Coco Coir: Easiest Way To Expand & Rehydrate Coco Coir ...

Sep 28, 2013· If you don't know what coco coir (pronounced coy ear) is, it is ground up coconut husks and is used as a substitute for peat moss. It is then compressed into bricks for shipping.

Improvement of Strength of Concrete with Partial ...

concrete with partial replacement of cement with fly ash and coarse aggregate with coconut shell. The 20% of fly ash is replaced with cement and simultaneously by replacing 10%, 20% and 30% of coconut shell as coarse aggregate for concrete of grade M 25. Examined strength characteristics such as compressive strength, splitting

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC & TECHNOLOGY …

Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary Portland Cement In Concrete Production Utsev, J. T., Taku, J. K. Abstract - The cost of cement used in concrete works is on the increase and unaffordable, yet the need for housing and other constructions requiring this

THE USE OF COCONUT FIBRES AS AN ENHANCEMENT OF …

research is to experiment on the use of coconut fibres as an enhancement of concrete. Coconut fibres are not commonly used in the construction industry but are often discarded as wastes. Coconut fibres obtained from coconut husk, belonging to the family of palm fibres, are …

Coconut Shell Ash As Partial Replacement of Ordinary ...

Utsev [13] carried out research on Coconut shell ash as partial replacement of ordinary portland cement in concrete production. Author has produced concrete cubes using various replacement …

replacement of cement with rice husk ash by 20% - SlideShare

May 09, 2015· replacement of cement with rice husk ash by 20% 1. 1 REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH RICE HUSK ASH (RHA) A Project Report Submitted in partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the award of the degree Of Bachelor of Technology In CIVIL ENGINEERING BY Praveer Bhriguvanshi (110107140) Anshuman Mani (110107038) Amitesh Kumar (110107032) Pal Shweta Prakash …

COCONUT SHELL AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR AGGREGATES IN MIXES ...

Mar 19, 2007· The aim of this research is to test the coconut shell whether it can be used as a substitute for the aggregates in mixes proportioning of the cement. Moreover, quarrying of aggregates in the rivers and mountains causes several environmental issues. This can be a new substitute for aggregates like the coconut shell and can preserve the nature.

THE USE OF COCONUT FIBRES AS AN ENHANCEMENT OF …

research is to experiment on the use of coconut fibres as an enhancement of concrete. Coconut fibres are not commonly used in the construction industry but are often discarded as wastes. Coconut fibres obtained from coconut husk, belonging to the family …

Peat Moss Alternatives: Coconut Coir and Rice Hulls ...

May 07, 2009· The fibrous outer husks of coconuts are used to create ropes, mats, and other rough textiles. If you break apart a coconut husk, you can clearly see the strands of fiber. You'll also see the matrix that holds them together, which is left over when the useful fiber has been processed. This coconut husk "dust" is marketed as coir (pronounced KOI-er).

The effect of fly ash and coconut fibre ash as cement ...

The effect of fly ash and coconut fibre ash as cement . replacement materials on cement paste strength. R Bayuaji*, R W Kurniawan, A K Yasin, H AT Fatoni and F M A Lutfi Departement of Civil ...

31 Unusual Uses for Coconuts: 31 Steps (with Pictures)

31 Unusual Uses for Coconuts: When I was in college, I got a job as a student researcher in my Engineering department. My job was to research coconuts. My professor was trying to find ways to turn coconuts into value-added products. The goal was help promote economic developme...

Uses of Coconut Fiber | Our Everyday Life

Coconut fiber, also known as coir, comes from the inner husk of coconuts. According to the University of Florida Extension, coconuts are the most widely grown nut in the world and contribute significantly to the economy of many tropical areas. The short, tough fibers can …

Feasibility of using Rice Husk Ash as Partial Replacement ...

Feasibility of using Rice Husk Ash as Partial Replacement for Concrete I.B. Ologunagba1, A.S. Daramola2, A.O. Aliu3 1,2,3 Civil Engineering Department, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, PMB 1019, Owo, Ondo State. Abstract: This study examined the feasibility of using rice husk ash as partial replacement for concrete.

Young Coconut Husk Ash as Partial Cement Replacement in ...

Keywords: young coconut husk ash, cement substitute, partial cement replacement 1. Introduction Concrete is a heterogeneous composite material that consists of aggregate (sand, gravel and a binding medium made of Portland cement and water. Concrete is one of the most versatile construction materials in the world

Development of Coir-fibre Cement Composite Roofing Tiles ...

Development of Coir-fibre Cement Composite Roofing Tiles ... and is extracted from the husk of coconut fruit. Coir is stiff coarse fibre and is being found between the husk and the outer shell of a coconut. ... In order to replace cement with coir fibre, initial studies were conducted to finalise the % replacement of cement with fibres. After ...

(PDF) STUDY OF BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE USING COCONUT …

130 (C) Global Journal Of Engineering Science And Researches [Subash, 2(3): March 2015] ISSN 2348 – 8034 4. Nimityongskul, P. and T.U. Daladar, 1995. Use of coconut husk ash, corn cob ash and peanut shell ash as cement replacement.

Performance of Waste Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement ...

Performance of Waste Coconut Shell as P artial Replacement of Natural Coarse A ggregate in concrete Abdullah Anwar, Sabih Ahmad, Syed Aqeel Ahmed Abstract— Depletion of natural resources is a common phenomenon in developing nations like India due to rapid urbanization and Industrialization

The Use of Coconut Fibre Ash as a Partial Replacement for ...

replacement of cement in Construction Industry [2]. More so, disposal of agricultural waste materials such as rice husk, groundnut husk, corn cob and coconut fibre have constituted an environmental challenge, hence the need to convert the waste to useful materials to …

Investigations on the Effects of Cement Replacement and ...

Investigations on the Effects of Cement Replacement and Calcium Chloride Addition on Selected Properties of Coconut Husk Fibre-Reinforced Roofing Tiles Abel.O. Olorunnisola, Anthony .O. Adeniji Abstract. Provision of adequate and affordable housing is one of the continuing challenges posed by unprecedented urbanization in Nigeria and many other African countries.

Can Coconut Be Used as an Aggregate? – FOR CONCRETE ...

Nov 09, 2017· And coconut husks can't just be left in piles. They take ages to decompose. Coconut husks as an aggregate for concrete mix designs. To make concrete greener and reduce the impact of rejected coconut shells on the environment, researchers have been testing the use of coconut fibers as full or partial replacement for aggregates.

Examining Concrete Properties using Coconut Fiber Ash …

when added to concrete as a partial replacement of cement, it has great potentials. The aim of this project work is to investigate concrete properties using coconut fiber ash and fly ash as partial replacement for cement in regards to the compressive strength which is investigated for 3,7, 28,56 and 90 days. Since concrete is weak in

Hempcrete and Coco-crete - Possible Atlternative to Hollow ...

Sep 18, 2013· The coconut husks themselves are by-products from the copra or coconut oil industry. The coconut husk is the fibrous mass that surrounds the coconut kernel. It is green or yellow when young and seasons to brown. Seasoned coconut husks are fed to the mill where they are ground up, spitting out crumbly mulch at one side and tough long fibres at ...

Recycling of Waste Coconut Shells as Substitute for ...

Recycling of Waste Coconut Shells as Substitute for Aggregates in Mix Proportioning of Concrete Hollow Blocks ... in masonry unit production are rice husk (Chukwudedelu et al., 2015) and coconut ...

Sustainable Management of Waste Coconut Shells as ...

husk, corn cob and coconut shell have constituted an environmental challenge, hence the need to convert them into useful materials to minimize their negative effect on the environment. Research indicates that most materials that are rich in amorphous silica can be used in partial replacement of cement.

INVESTIGATE THE COMBINATION OF COCONUT SHELL AND …

coconut shell as substitute for either fine or coarse aggregate in concrete production. (Olanipekun et al., 2006) Investigated the comparative cost analysis and strength characteristics of concrete produced using crushed, granular coconut and Palm kernel shell as substitutes for conventional coarse aggregate. It was concluded that the coconut shell

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