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Effect of Recycled Porcelain-Ceramic Aggregates on Concrete: a Review

EasyChair Preprint no. 9490

7 pagesDate: December 18, 2022


Due to recent increasing industrialization and urbanization, Effective management of waste is one of the most problematic issues constantly faced by today's world. By reducing the degradation of natural resources brought on by the extraction of natural aggregates, ceramic waste from construction sites presents a sustainable and efficient endeavor for environmental problems. A profusion of research has been attempted to analyze the suitability of ceramic wastes from various sources as a possible alternative to natural aggregates in concrete. This paper provides an organized and contemporary review of ceramic aggregate concrete physical and mechanical properties. Based on conducted review research it can be said that ceramic aggregate concrete has identical physical and mechanical attributes to conventional concrete. It has been highlighted that ceramic aggregates can be used to create medium and high-strength concrete in place of natural aggregate. This also revealed that the compressive strength, permeability properties, bond strength, etc. of the concrete utilizing ceramic aggregate exceeded the necessary standards, confirming the feasibility of using ceramic waste as a successful alternative to natural aggregates in structural concrete. However, there is a need to explore the mechanical properties of ceramic waste concrete structural members to comment on its sustainability for structural applications.

Keyphrases: Ceramic Waste Aggregate, Durability., mechanical properties, physical properties

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  author = {Mohsin Ali Bhutto and Mehran Sudheer},
  title = {Effect of Recycled Porcelain-Ceramic Aggregates on Concrete: a Review},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9490},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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