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International Journal of Life Science and Engineering, Vol.3, No.3, Sep. 2018, Pub. Date: Aug. 31, 2018
Manufacture the Pervious Concrete Using River Aggregate
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Authors
[01] Ali Albaddal, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Technical Sciences, Bani Walid City, Libya.
[02] Salahaldein Alsadey, Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Bani Waleed University, Bani Walid City, Libya.
Abstract
In this paper, the use of river aggregates for making pervious concrete was studied. Pervious concrete is a concrete which consists of coarse aggregate and cement paste without fine aggregate it’s studied in this research. River aggregates used in manufacturing of pervious concrete have remarkable bearing on compressive strength and permeability of pervious concrete. The properties of pervious concrete is determined by conducting laboratory experiments on mixes of pervious concrete prepared using river aggregate with water cement ratio 0.35% for mix design purposes. The objective of this investigation is to study the effect of river aggregate on pervious concrete. This paper gives the results about the properties like density, compressive strength and permeability and void ratio of pervious concrete. The results indicate that river aggregate can be used as coarse aggregates for making pervious concrete with acceptable properties.
Keywords
River Aggregate, Void Ratio, Compressive Strength, Permeability
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