alkali reactivity of crushed clay brick aggregate

Properties of Dry-Mortar with Recycled Concrete Aggregate ...

Recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) and crushed clay bricks (CCB) have been increasingly researched and used in past two decades. However, studies focusing on the properties of dry-mortar with RCA ...

PROPERTIES OF AGGREGATES FOR CONCRETE

 · Other Alkali-Silica Reactions. Sand-gravels found in river systems of Kansas and Nebraska are highly reactive and cause map cracking. Replacement of 30% of the aggregate with crushed limestone is effective in reducing the damage. Basically, it results in the separation of flat clay minerals causing very slow expansion. 5. Alkali-Carbonate Reactions

The potential of ground clay brick to mitigate Alkali ...

The objective of this work was to study the effect of ground clay brick on mitigating the Alkali Silica Reaction (ASR) in mortar bars prepared with highly reactive aggregates. To evaluate the potential of ground crushed clay brick to mitigate ASR distress in mortar, mortar bars and mortar cubes were cast with combination of different dosages of ...

(PDF) Use of recycled fine clay brick aggregate as ...

This paper investigates the feasibility of using recycled fine clay brick aggregate (RFCBA) for the purpose of internal curing and reducing drying shrinkage of mortar. ... alkali–silica reaction ...

Alkali Aggregate Reaction in Hong Kong

Only Alkali Silica Reactivity (ASR) has been encountered in Hong Kong. Alkali Carbonate Reactivity is attributed to dolomitic limestones while Alkali Silicate Reactivity is considered to result from platy silicate minerals, e.g. clay-like minerals and metamorphic rocks. These are not known to occur in local or imported aggregates and are not ...

METHOD OF TEST FOR THE DETERMINATION OF POTENTIAL …

Clay content may be determined by measuring alumina (Al 2O 3) content. 1.3 Carbonate rocks which are not alkali-carbonate reactive may be alkali-silica reactive. This test procedure does not determine the potential for alkali-silica reactivity. 2. RELEVANT DOCUMENTS 2.1 ASTM C 702, Methods of Reducing Field Samples of Aggregate to Testing Size.

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Alkali-silica reactivity of basaltic aggregates of ...

 · This work consists of two stages; first, studies were conducted to evaluate the potential reactivity of crushed material (6–20 mm fraction) from two quarries (named A and B) producing basaltic aggregates in the northeast of Argentina (Mesopotamia region, province of Corrientes). The studies included petrographic analysis, identification of expandable clay by X-ray diffraction, and ...

6 Types of Deleterious Substances in Aggregate

Organic impurities, clay, silt and crushed dust, salts, unsound particles, and alkali aggregate reactions. Adverse effects of deleterious materials on concrete includes the increase of water demand in concrete, impair bond strength between cement and aggregate, reduce durability, result in concrete popouts, and impair wear resistance.

Investigation of alkali-reactive, sulphide-bearing and by ...

Concretes which have expanded and cracked because of the alkali-aggregate reaction or because of sulphate attack caused by the use of sulphide-bearing aggregate both display white reaction products in the matrix and on fracture planes in the aggregates, but the reaction mechanism and reaction products are entirely different.Petrographic microscopy clearly differentiates between potentially ...

Effects of crushed clay brick aggregate on mortar ...

 · The mortar aggregate was partially replaced by crushed brick at levels of 10% and 20% by weight, and the effects of crushed brick replacement were investigated on compressive strength, shrinkage, freeze–thaw, and alkali–silica reaction (ASR).

The Role of Sintered Clay Brick Powder During the ...

 · Poon CS, Chan D (2006a) Feasible use of recycled concrete aggregates and crushed clay brick as unbound road sub-base. Constr Build Mater 20(3):578–585. Article Google Scholar Poon CS, Chan D (2006b) Paving blocks made with recycled concrete aggregate and crushed clay brick. Constr Build Mater 20(3):569–577

Alkali Silica Reaction

If a highly reactive aggregate has been used in the concrete, only a small amount of alkali is required to initiate the reaction. (Farny and Kosmatka, 1997) ASR may also occur in a low-alkali cement concrete if the structure experiences wetting and drying cycles.

Microstructural Analysis of Recycled Brick Aggregate ...

FatihBektas (2014) [3] investigated the alkali reactivity of crushed red clay brick aggregate based on laboratory findings using mortar mixes (10%, 25%, 50% and replacement of aggregate), and concrete mixes (0%, 50% and crushed coarse brick aggregate…

The Importance of Complex Aggregates in Historic Renders ...

Alkali-aggregate (alkali-silica) reaction In addition, the durability of these materials depends largely on the strength of the mortars. An unwashed sand where each sand grain is coated with clay interferes with the bond between binder and sand particle and reduces strength.

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IRJET- The Comparative Analysis and Examination of Strength Properties using Crushed Glass and Over-Burnt Bricks. IRJET Journal. PDF. Download Free PDF. Free PDF. Download with Google Download with Facebook. or. Create a free account to download. PDF. PDF. Download PDF Package. PDF. Premium PDF Package.

TST METH TST DESC AG%CRUSHED PERCENT CRUSHED …

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Alkali-Silica Reactivity of Recycled Concrete Aggregates

Alkali-Silica Reaction Mechanisms • Internal chemical reaction in concrete • Requires 1. Reactive silica 2. Alkalis 3. Sufficient Moisture • Internal reaction between hydroxyl ions (OH-) and reactive silica • Silica released from aggregates reacts with alkalis to form …

Alkali reactivity of crushed clay brick aggregate ...

FatihBektas (2014) [3] investigated the alkali reactivity of crushed red clay brick aggregate based on laboratory findings using mortar mixes (10%, 25%, 50% and replacement of aggregate), and ...

Interfacial Transition Zone of Pervious Cement and ...

Recycled aggregate from crushed broken clay brick (RCB) with 4.5-9.5 mm diameter obtained from construction site. RCB was from local clay bricks with compressive strengths of 5.0-9.0 MPa. The specific gravity of RCB was 2.02 with dry-rodded density of 950 kg/m3. RCB had high water absorption at 16.2% and high Los Angeles abrasion loss at 42.4%.

(PDF) Sustainability of Excavation Soil and Red Brick ...

crushed red bricks without fly ash have the lower Alkali-activated building materials made with recycled compressive strength where the strength generated construction and demolition wastes, Constr. Build. Mater, mainly from the compacting of soil and the Vol.149, pp.130–138, 2017.

Production of Structural Lightweight Concrete Using ...

powder aggregate reduced the Alkali silica reactivity as compared with the reference mortar with no replacement of fine powder brick. Ali [12] used the powder crushed brick (PCB) with 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% as a cement replacement in mortar. Results indicate that the presence of

How can alkali aggregate concrete be controlled?

If you do not mind let me re-frame the question as ''How can bad effects of alkali aggregate reaction in cement concrete be controlled?'' Some times the sand and stone aggregate used in concrete react with with free lime ie Calcium hydroxide Ca(Oh)2...

Utilização de material cerâmico proveniente do RCD para ...

 · The potential of ground clay brick to mitigate Alkali-Silica Reaction in mortar prepared with highly reactive aggregate. Construction and Building Materials, v. 95, p. 164–170, 22 jul. 2015. AKHTARUZZAMAN, A. A.; HASNAT, A. Properties of Concrete Using Crushed Brick as Aggregate.

F. BEKTAS | Research Scientist | PhD | Iowa State ...

Alkali reactivity of crushed clay brick aggregate. Article. Feb 2014; F. Bektas. ... The effects of ground clay brick (GCB) on alkali-silica reaction (ASR) expansion as well as on mechanical ...

Effects of crushed clay brick aggregate on mortar ...

Bektas et al. [21] found that up to 30% replacement of natural sand with crushed fine brick aggregates increases the alkali-silica reaction (ASR), i.e., higher expansion in concrete. However, for ...

Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Crushed Bricks ...

Clay brick wastes (CBW) represent a valuable secondary resource for concrete manufacturing, either as a coarse or fine aggregate in concrete production, or as a supplementary cementitious material [10,11].Recently, an interesting alternative has been reported: the development of alternative low-carbon binders (alkali-activated materials, geopolymers, and calcium sulfoaluminate cement) [12,13].

Properties of alkali-activated concrete (AAC ...

aggregate and 50% crushed clay bricks satisfy the minimum strength requirement for the use of concrete in pedestrian facility. In recent times, another subject that has drawn attention among the researchers, is the use of recycled aggregates in alkali-activated and geopolymer concrete to replace natural aggregates

[PDF] Alkali-Aggregate Reaction: A study of the influence ...

When the rock involved in the alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR) is volcanic, the matter present in the interstices of the grains, called mesostasis is considered responsible for the expansions. Mesostasis is a residue which consists of mineral phases rich in silica and alkalis (K and Na) and in optical microscopy looks like amorphous matter. By means of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and ...

(PDF) Performance of ground clay brick in ASR-affected ...

The effects of ground clay brick (GCB) on alkali-silica reaction (ASR) expansion as well as on mechanical properties of ASR-affected concrete are investigated. Crushed red clay brick originated from demolished masonry was ground in a laboratory ball

Effects of crushed clay brick aggregate on mortar ...

The brick, in crushed form, was from a local brick manufacturer that salvages its off-standard products. It was used to replace 10% and 20% (by weight) of the river sand in mortar. Effects of the brick replacement on the mortar flow, compressive strength, shrinkage, freeze–thaw resistance, and alkali–silica reaction potential were investigated.

The Properties of Concrete with Recycled Clay-Brick-Powder ...

This paper studied the splitting tensile strength of concrete containing partial clay-brick-powder. Four variables, water to cementitious material ratio (W/CM), sand ratio, cement replacement ratio, and the average particle size of clay-brick-powder were determined to analyze the affected factors on the properties of the concrete. The orthogonal experimental design table L16 (45) was adopted ...

Aggregates for Concrete as per American Standards

Reactive Aggregates: Appendix X1 of ASTM C33/C33M - Methods for Evaluating Potential for Deleterious Expansion due to Alkali Reactivity of an Aggregate. Freezing and Thawing: ASTM C666/C666M - Test Method for Resistance of Concrete to Rapid Freezing and Thawing. Chert: 1.

The effect of meta-halloysite on alkali–aggregate reaction ...

zeolite, glass powder, ground clay brick can be used successfully tominimisethe effect ofASR [3–14]. It is known that mineral additions having pozzolanic properties are capable of reducing the ASR-induced expansion. Aggregate alkali-reactivity in concrete can be mitigated by replacing part of Portland cement with pozzolanic material, with the ...