Assume a slab at our site is designed to cast M25 grade of concrete, but we could not define its strength in the semi-solid state. Procedures described are applicable to the compressive strength test results required by ACI 301, ACI 318, and similar specifications and codes. The particle size analysis are given in Table 1. specimens were kept in a room at normal tem, 3.1. The results shows the provision can be conservatively used to design the lightweight oil palm clinker concrete beam reinforced with deformed bar. It is concluded that both PKSC and PSC satisfied the compressive strength and tensile strength requirement of light weight concrete, although PS has better gradation and bonding to cement than PKS. This paper presents the results on the structural behavior of palm kernel shell concrete and its comparison with normal weight concrete (NWC). This paper covers, briefly, the purpose of compressive strength of concrete test cubes, parameters, which can affect the compression strength of concrete, also some basic and advanced apparatus required for the test and the precautions for the test. Oil palm kernel shell (OPKS), an industrial waste has been used as lightweight aggregates (LWA) in the OPKSC. Introduction All concrete requires curing in order that cement hydration can proceed so as to allow for development of strength, durability and other mechanical characteristics. have been used. Calculation The measured compressive strength of the cubes shall be calculated by divid ing the maximum load After preparing the ends, a compressive axial load will be applied to the samples at a continuous rate until failure occurs. Large quantities of various sizes of oil palm clinker wastes have become disposal constraints. Compressive Strengths Of Concrete" Accepted for presentation at 3 rd ASRES Congress on The fracture behaviou. �GdP;�H�DÉr����- %� [B�M�,�L2F�A�NuiD�dL!J&J��D��x��#�%� ]�]�"2��D%I$4�~���E��OD?���R��}O�]8��m8�� ��&���K���J��!���>%�;? r of the composite as a function of the fibre(volume and type) and micro- structure will be provided at the end of the study. Study was found that the clinker is lightweight and satisfactorily achieved compressive strength to make lightweight concrete structure. This article presents an investigation on the optimization of structural lightweight concrete by replacing crushed stones with palm kernel shells, in manufactured sand. Further, the ultimate experimental bond stress of OPKSC was found nearly 21/2 times higher than the theoretical values calculated based on BS standards. The specimens used in the study were made of concrete with a varied cube compressive strength from 18 to 55MPa. 1.0. The beams that contained shear links failed in flexure mode, while those without links failed in shear mode. Concrete compressive strength for general construction varies from 15 MPa (2200 psi) to 30 MPa (4400 psi) and higher in commercial and industrial structures. Comparison of mechanical and bond properties of oil palm kernel shell concrete with normal weight co... Flexural and Crack Analysis of Oil Palm Clinker in Lightweight Reinforced Cocrete Beams. Statistical concepts described are applicable for the analysis of other common concrete test results, including flexural ► Sand content influenced both modulus of elasticity and compressive strength. But emphasis was between 50-100% of PKS and the replacement batched by volume. Nakshabandi, S.N.A. the suitable dumping sites. Olanipekun, E.A., Oluda, K.O. This research was conducted on a set of low and medium strength concrete, This article reports on a research carried out to assess the effects of manufactured sand in concrete, produced with palm Asymptotic strength σ ∞ can be regarded as the genuine characteristic compressive strength of concrete.. Compressive strength of concrete depends on many factors such as water-cement ratio, cement strength, quality of concrete material, quality control during production of concrete etc. The experimental results indicated that the shear capacities of OPSFC beams without shear links are higher than those of the NWC beams and exhibit more flexural and shear cracks. In addition, the mode of failure observed in PKSC was ductile compared to the brittle failure of NWC beams. The 28 day compressive strengths were determined. Figure 1: (i) Pack of Periwinkle (ii) Side view of a periwinkle, Figure 2: Palm Kernel Shell of Various Sizes (a) Pks of all sizes (b) Pks of 2.35 to 5mm, sizes (c) Pks of size between 5 to 10mm and (d) Pks of size 10mm and above. The strengths were measured at interval of 7-day for 28 days. in many developing and under developed countries in, as LWA in Malaysia and concluded that it is, light weight concrete was dependent on, obtained a 28-day compressive strength of, Ovri [10] has used palm kernel shells (pks) as LWA to determine the co, than in normal aggregate concrete. The concrete is of grade 30 and the reinforced concrete beams of size 150 mm x 250 mm x 2100 mm were prepared to study the structural behavior. It is intended to be a supplement to reading the ASTM as well as a study tool for the ACI exam. Based on the American Standard for Testing Materials, the shell concrete is adequate as a structural concrete. Compressive Strength Compressive Strength- is defined as the measured maximum resistance of a concrete or mortar specimen to an axial load, usually expressed in psi (pounds per square inch) at an age of 28-days. The compressive strength is typically controlled with the ratio of water to cement when forming the concrete, and tensile strength is increased by additives, typically steel, to create reinforced concrete. The OPSFC has a target density of approximately 1600 kg/m(3) and a 28-day compressive strength of about 20 MPa. 3 (2) – June 2012 Statistical Modelling and Prediction of Compressive Strength of Concrete Mahmoud Sayed-Ahmedc Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture & Science Ryerson University, CANADA Abstract The matrix mixture of concrete can be made to have high compressive strength. A total of 63 cubes were tested. The shells with the various particle sizes are shown in plate 1(b). It has been observed from the experimental investigation of the beams, that the moment capacity of PKSC beams was higher than NWC beams by about three percent. Number of specimens was over 800 received from various construction projects of controlled concrete quality and tested by the Hawler Construction Laboratories (HCLabs) in Erbil, Kurdistan FINAL REPORT EVALUATION OF CONCRETE CHARACTERISTICS FOR RIGID PAVEMENTS D. S. Lane Senior Research Scientist INTRODUCTION For rigid pavements, the Virginia Department of Transportation's (VDOT) 1993 Road and Bridge Specifications (VDOT 1993) specified that the concrete have a 28-day compressive strength of 20.7 MPa (3,000 psi) (20 MPa in the 1997 edition), a minimum … Investigating the Performance of Palm Kernel Shells and Periwinkle Shells as Coarse Aggregates in Co... Enhancement and prediction of modulus of elasticity of palm kernel shell concrete. All rights reserved. Compressive strength of concrete is one of its most important engineering properties. The tests are required to determine the strength of concrete and therefore its suitability for the job. [11] looked at the behaviour of LWC. Compressive strength of concrete depends on many factors such as water-cement ratio, cement strength, quality of concrete material, quality control during the production of concrete, etc. Using ANN, the multi-dimensional six acceleration readings were given as input and the same mapped to a single output of concrete strength. variables include water-to-binder (w/b) and sand-to-cement (s/c) ratios. It also discusses different types of … and Ata, O., A Comparative Study of Concrete Properties Therefore, this study seeks to utilize sandcrete blocks from demolition waste as an alternative material to fine aggregate in concrete. Compressive strength results of the concrete show that there is increase in strength with curing period, for up to 90 days tested. Series of tests were conducted to determine their performances. for PWS of 2.85 to 7.35 MPa for 0.6 w/c ratio light weight concrete. Keywords: Concrete, Curing methods, Density, Compressive strength. The flexural behavior of under-reinforced concrete beams of grade 30 concrete has been studied and the results are compared with NWC beams which were also designed as grade 30 and under-reinforced similar to that of the PKSC beams. ��JN"Q#����h �jj��J+�V-'�'�#:�h������h)���D��- �OTMtl8wh��p9DU��jPe8w>�������fS�R�Y�n&�1D3�s:�4j~4Q �QDS��P��D�(�D�#�&P�b�"j7�hQ!�Dc��N���)�h"+�( Compressive Strength (N/mm 2) Avg. Higher concrete strains for the reinforcement in the PKSC shows stronger bond between PKSC and the reinforcement. PKSC beams also exhibited a lot of cracking thus the crack width and crack spacing was small. © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. Thus, the PKSC beams showed a ductile failure, giving amble warning before failure happened. Falade et al. • Pore structure in hardened concrete samples plays a key role in controlling the size effects on compressive strength. The variables are: mix proportion, water/cement ratio, curing age and temperature. compressive strength of concrete. Microstructure and failure behaviour metal fibre reinforced composite. The bond stress of the OPKSC was found about 86% of the corresponding NWC; however, there was no slip failure between OPKSC and the reinforcement. Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. These have intermediate insulation values. Size effects on the compressive strength of concrete are well described by finite-size scaling laws. ► Proposed equation predicts modulus of elasticity within ±1.5 kN/mm2 of test results. Concrete continues to gain strength for many years when moisture is provided by rainfall and other environmental sources. The other advantage for PKSC beams was deflection. 0 1 1. Most commercially produced concrete has compres- sive strengths between 3000 and 6000 lb/in.2(20 and 40 MPa). This article belongs to the "Development of the biaxial strength for ceramics". Research of Suface Hardness and Compressive Strength of Concrete !��x�M�ԑ%E���;��r4�v�p�`��Y��K�Ĩ�FBn�R�a���B�E���Ԗ�Ώ�����Җ���JD� Concrete compressive strength requirements can vary from 2500 psi (17 MPa) for residential concrete to 4000 psi (28 MPa) and higher in commercial structures. 16.1N/mm2 x��\T�Wھw��!�(�|8B4([�E��0�3Lf2EĨ!UCbz/��B�0�`z�=��n���f7���l�D��{�yM9�Ξ����.� and Mahmud. Compressive Strength of concrete is defined as the Characteristic strength of 150mm size concrete cubes @28 days. Research (BRE) method, and a total of 54 cubes were made of 150mm by 150mm by 150mm. Using Coconut Shell And Palm Kernel Shell As Coarse Aggregate, Building Environment, 2008, Mat Sarif, M.N. The addition of silica fume enhanced the compressive strength and thus OPKSC produced 28-day compressive strength up to 37 MPa. Moreover, the proposed equation based on CEB/FIP code formula appears to predict the MOE close to the experimental values.Research highlights► Micro-pores of size 16–24 μm were found on the outer surface of palm kernel shell. recorded. Two beams were cast with shear reinforcements while the other two were cast without such reinforcements. and Mahmud, H.. Jumaat, M.Z., Alengaram, U.J. Engineering and Applications, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,2018, 19-21, The formation of aluminium reinforced with glass and polymers composite are currently being investigated.The micro- structural and fracture behaviour are being investigated. respectively, when compared with the expected characteristic strengths. The maximum compressive strength for LC 22 was %PDF-1.5 %���� 1 0 obj <> endobj 3 0 obj <> endobj 4 0 obj <> stream Compressive Strength of Concrete Cubes - Lab Test & Procedure The compressive strength and tensile strength of the 28-day PKSC with 100% replacement were 4.33 N/mm2 and 3.68 N/mm2 respectively; that of PSC at 100% replacement were 5.89 N/mm2 and 4.95 N/mm2 respectively; and granite concrete without any replacement were 25.11 N/mm2 and 11.74 N/mm2 respectively. The structural grade palm kernel shell concrete, a lightweight concrete (LWC) produced using palm kernel shell (PKS) an agricultural waste and by-product of the production of palm oil as lightweight aggregate, referred to hereafter as PKSC. This paper presents results of an investigation conducted to enhance and predict the modulus of elasticity (MOE) of palm kernel shell concrete (PKSC). In addition, mineral admixtures, 10% of silica fume and 5% fly ash, Oil palm clinker is made from waste burning of oil palm shell and the fibrous material in oil palm mill. While for medium strength lightweight structural concrete, the volumetric replacement is 22% crushed stones, of the volume of PKS. Wastes as Aggregates, Procs. Characteristic strength of the concrete is designated as the compressive strength of a concrete sample that has been cured for 28 days and is determined by the Similarly, compressive strength of M25 after 28 days also increases with the addition of glass fiber. these structural concretes that have compressive strengths in excess of 34.47MPa. Keywords: Concrete, Rate of loading, Correction Factor, Cube Test, Strength I. The strengths obtained were in the range of those reported in the standards for lightweight concretes. Each set had one portion of 100% natural sand and 100% manufacture sand portion as fine aggregate. In case of American codes, compression strength is defined in terms of cylinder strength fc’. Ten percent of silica fume and five percent of class-F fly ash on cement weight were used as additional and cement replacement cementitious materials respectively. Therefore, the equation used to calculate ultimate load is safe and satisfactory. Strength is usually determined by means of test cylinders made of fresh concrete … replacement portion applicable to both LC22 and LC38 was 32%. Rate of strength development of geocement concrete under ambient and accelerated curing conditions is important to the construction industry. Designing a concrete structure requires the concrete compressive strength to be used. gMm&�D�7R��6����Nj����hQ�(@��>j~�7�� y(X;y���%:��M�Z���gM��E�$OQ#����h �j�*��J�4����TGtuw=�FQj�j��- g���3��3��^�� �94�\��� g�^ �Qi.�2V�37�*Ù[@�̓@���.PY8� Compressive strength of Concrete and its importance:- As we all know that concrete is a mixture of sand, cement, and aggregate . All the cubes were 150mm x 150mm x 150mm. The clinker has changed into permanent state, which is no longer a bio-material after undergone high temperature burning process. Lightweight concrete containing periwinkle shells is only suitable for structures that will be subjected to temperature less than 300oC. Compressive Strength Because concrete is an excellent material for resisting compressive loading, it is used in dams, founda-tions, columns, arches and tunnel linings where the principal loading is in compression. 4���h��p~��c�4#�^�N4-�����D%��9����u�����)T7�hR8}h"yNW�NW{�������'�#*�`G��`c�'* ���,�&�R�Q3���B4�ڍ N�K4�hh8m('��4$���M�E�ItQ5H�idL%J!J&J"�D�L c. International Journal of Physical Sciences. Each beam was tested under two-point loading for flexure until failure. Concrete has relatively high compressive strength, but significantly lower tensile strength. approximately 6.89 to 17.24 Mpa. aggregate usage. If loaded in tension, the material fails at a stress much lower than that, typically of the orderof10%ofthecompressivestrength.Becauseof this low (and unreliable) tensile strength, concrete is usually reinforced with steel bars. Yr�X�MF]n^��髷ֹ��,Y�Bcw�qy����v�7;�����u�\s��-�*|X�f�" ӥ�jF�fu2W���P�8(����*�jZ>77�>�^�ѥ�H���Cq�b��0�'zίv��U�����A��s.W��sa3!�6�Y�1Bb�QguY�XC�����T���V�X��,�ӳY%�����J!��j.�ʱ� It covers the reasons you are performing this test, the equipment needed, and the procedure of ASTM C39. #$��Pպ��ʆ The bond between the concrete matrix also decreased as the temperature increased. The strength as a function of aggregates ,age, and density were investigated. Experimental loads were found higher than the design loads for all the tested beams. Further, the effect of varying sand and PKS contents and mineral admixtures (silica fume and fly ash) on compressive strength and MOE was investigated. Concrete compressive strength for general construction varies from 15 MPa (2200 psi) to 30 MPa (4400 psi) and higher in commercial and industrial structures. Concrete compressive strength can vary from 2500 psi (17 MPa) for residential concrete to 4000 psi (28 MPa) and higher in commercial structures. CTM, either electronic or manually operated are used for this purpose. CONCRETE CYLINDERS A ND CORES Rev. kernel shells as coarse aggregate; on the strength, weight in air and workability. Here compressive strength of concrete at 28 days curing is obtained from a standard cylindrical specimen 150mm diameter and 300mm high loaded longitudinally to failure under uniaxial compression loading. It is became fitting to state that, for low and medium strength lightweight concrete, a unified volumetric quantity of crushed stones to adopt in combination with PKS is concrete production is 22.5%. proportional to the densities developed with respect to time. ����ť,.aq1��X\���8�Ź,�a����,�b���L[Ylaq��Y�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�G�X��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G��G�G�G�G�mG�mG�mG�mG�mG�mG�mG�mG�mG��T���șܙ�#�@�P����i�. Roorkee, India,1984, Palm kernel Shell As Aggregate For Concrete, Cement and Concrete Res, Okafor, F.O., Palm kernel Shell As Aggregate For Concrete, Cement and Concrete Res.,1988 The OPKSC produced a density reduction of about 20% compared to NWC. Structural, lightweight concrete contains aggregates which are close to normal concrete aggregates. ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication. "Effect of Aggregates And Curing Conditions On The Splitting Tensile And In other words we can say concrete is made up of sand,ballast, cement and water which were LC20/22 and LC35/38. 30mm-60mm. Optimization of Structural Lightweight Concrete by replacing Crushed Stones with Palm Kernel Shell i... Assessment of Manufactured Sand in Concrete Produced with Palm Kernel Shells as Coarse Aggregate. *�D�9<2 ��J�N$�@�1�>�A��(Hu*��|d�%���KQ+����J��Dn��f���� Compressive strength gained with time by samples, were not directly Further, the increase in sand content coupled with reduction in PKS content enhanced the compressive strength and static MOE: The highest MOE recorded in this investigation, 11 kN/mm2, was twice that previously published. Forty cubes and 40 cylinders each were produced with PKS and PS as replacement materials for granite. difference with the bulk densities of the 1:2:4 and 1:21/2:4. part to the increased in the hydration of the cement and chemical reactions [10, 13]. !��_�>&��P�#*��J"��h7�}@�>�#z������T��[�!ǁ~��;�7����D��J.��LƗ�^$z��yry��Y2>C�4�SDO=A��S�1�G�����"�D�O�����M�3�=g� ����"����ۉz�ng㼖�R�[�n����n$���z�눮%�At �NQ�&���$���r�˨��T���b����B�r��TwѹD�m#:��β�Ng5�N#:5��:���p� ���a,O Msand Compressive Strength Test on Concrete Cubes: A Review N.B. The coarse aggregate portion was solely PKS, batched by volume. 41(3), 297-301, Effect of Aggregates And Curing Conditions On The Splitting Tensile And Compressive Strengths Of Concrete, Ovri, J.E.O. The parameters that were measured are: compressive strength, density and bond characteristics of the concrete matrix. The standard deviation serves as the basis for control of variability in the test results of concrete for the same batch of concrete. 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