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iron ore waste as coarse aggregate and iron mining waste as

Evaluation of the performance of iron ore waste as

2021-1-10  The gradations containing 10%, 15% and 20% iron ore residue (is due to the maximum size of 0.6 mm of the iron residue that does not allow greater incorporation) were prepared by combining crushed fine aggregate with it until the target gradation is achieved ().Consequently, the requirements and amount of each material were determined in Table 3.

Experimental Study on Iron Ore Tailings and Bottom Ash

2019-7-1  Abstract—Iron ore tailings (IOT) are waste produced during mining of iron from its ore. Thus sustainable handling of iron ore tailings is of prime concern to all stakeholders who are into iron ore mining. Bottom ash is the waste material, which drops into the bottom of the furnace in latest large thermal power plants.

A study on suitability of iron ore overburden waste rock

2018-10-1  In the process, the waste produced from Mining industry is one of such source. The aim of this study is to evaluate the suitability of iron ore waste as partial replacement of coarse aggregates in concrete with reference to the conventional materials.

Effect of dumped iron ore tailing waste as fine aggregate

2021-1-1  The present study investigates the effects of utilizing dumped waste as a practical resource for making concrete. In this regard, waste marble powder used a filler material replacing a smaller constant portion of cement, dumped iron ore tailings (IOT) were used as a partial replacement for fine aggregate in different proportions.

Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete

2021-2-12  Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete Francis Atta Kuranchie 1*, Sanjay Kumar Shukla,Daryoush Habibi and Alireza Mohyeddin1 Abstract: Sustainable handling of iron ore tailings is of prime concern to all stakehold-ers who are into iron ore mining. This study seeks to add value to the tailings by utilis-

UTILIZATION OF IRON ORE TAILINGS AS REPLACEMENT

2019-4-21  iron ore tailings which is the waste products of mining industries is used as an alternative to the river sand in the manufacturing of concrete. The KIOCL company which was a leading company in India in the mining activities of iron ore has dumped about 200 million metric tons of iron ore

[PDF] Reuse of iron ore mineral wastes in civil

To make mining activities more eco-friendly, it is important to conduct mining operations in a manner that is more environmentally friendly, economically feasible and socially acceptable. The volume of solid waste generated, including tailings from mineral processing activities, is one of the main pollution concerns in the mining industry. In the tiny state of Goa (India), it is becoming

(PDF) Effect of dumped iron ore tailing waste as fine

2021-3-4  In this regard, waste marble powder used a filler material replacing a smaller constant portion of cement, dumped iron ore tailings (IOT) were used as a partial replacement for fine aggregate in

Fluorite mineral waste as natural aggregate replacement in

2021-9-4  Shettima et al. stated that the use of waste iron ore as fine aggregate reduces the workability of concrete but increases its strength. Fluorite is an important industrial mineral composed of calcium and fluorine (CaF 2) found in many parts of the world. Fluorite can be formed in magmatic, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.

Experimental and Statistical Evaluations of Strength

Iron ore tailings (IOT) are the by-products of iron ore beneficiation, and these tailings are disposed of in several tons annually in quarries, landfills, and tailings dams, causing environmental issues. Various researchers have attempted to study the properties of IOT and the use of

A study on suitability of iron ore overburden waste rock

In the process, the waste produced from Mining industry is one of such source. The aim of this study is to evaluate the suitability of iron ore waste as partial replacement of coarse aggregates in concrete with reference to the conventional materials.

Effect of Iron Ore Tailing on the Properties of Concrete

2020-8-4  iron ore tailing (IOT) as fine aggregate would turn this waste material into valuable resources, reduction in the strain on the supply of natural sand, and economy in concrete production. World production averages one billion metric tons of raw ore annually.

(PDF) Effect of dumped iron ore tailing waste as fine

2021-3-4  In this regard, waste marble powder used a filler material replacing a smaller constant portion of cement, dumped iron ore tailings (IOT) were used as a partial replacement for fine aggregate in

Utilization of iron ore tailings as fine aggregate in

Gayana and Chandar proposed that some waste materials, such as iron ore tailings, recycled concrete aggregate, glass, plastics, and quartz sandstone, could be utilized as replacement for coarse

Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete

2021-2-12  Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete Francis Atta Kuranchie 1*, Sanjay Kumar Shukla,Daryoush Habibi and Alireza Mohyeddin1 Abstract: Sustainable handling of iron ore tailings is of prime concern to all stakehold-ers who are into iron ore mining. This study seeks to add value to the tailings by utilis-

[PDF] Reuse of iron ore mineral wastes in civil

To make mining activities more eco-friendly, it is important to conduct mining operations in a manner that is more environmentally friendly, economically feasible and socially acceptable. The volume of solid waste generated, including tailings from mineral processing activities, is one of the main pollution concerns in the mining industry. In the tiny state of Goa (India), it is becoming

Strength and fire resistance of concrete containing iron

Apart from the above mentioned waste mate- rials and industrial by-products, iron slag scrap can also be used as coarse aggregate in concrete. Numerous researches have been carried out in this regard and sustainability development, reduction in cost and the ability to produce high density concrete are added advantages of such materials.

The Utilization of Waste as Iron Ore in Making Concrete

The Utilization of Waste as Iron Ore in Making Concrete Aggregate Quality K.300 Concrete is an manmade building material that looks like stone. Concrete is a composite material consisting of coarse-grained material (aggregates or fillers) that is embedded in a solid matrix of material (cement or binder) that fills the space between the

Fluorite mineral waste as natural aggregate replacement in

2021-9-4  Shettima et al. stated that the use of waste iron ore as fine aggregate reduces the workability of concrete but increases its strength. Fluorite is an important industrial mineral composed of calcium and fluorine (CaF 2) found in many parts of the world. Fluorite can be formed in magmatic, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.

Experimental and Statistical Evaluations of Strength

Iron ore tailings (IOT) are the by-products of iron ore beneficiation, and these tailings are disposed of in several tons annually in quarries, landfills, and tailings dams, causing environmental issues. Various researchers have attempted to study the properties of IOT and the use of

Effect of Iron Ore Tailing on the Properties of Concrete

2020-8-4  iron ore tailing (IOT) as fine aggregate would turn this waste material into valuable resources, reduction in the strain on the supply of natural sand, and economy in concrete production. World production averages one billion metric tons of raw ore annually.

[PDF] Reuse of iron ore mineral wastes in civil

To make mining activities more eco-friendly, it is important to conduct mining operations in a manner that is more environmentally friendly, economically feasible and socially acceptable. The volume of solid waste generated, including tailings from mineral processing activities, is one of the main pollution concerns in the mining industry. In the tiny state of Goa (India), it is becoming

Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete

2021-2-12  Utilisation of iron ore tailings as aggregates in concrete Francis Atta Kuranchie 1*, Sanjay Kumar Shukla,Daryoush Habibi and Alireza Mohyeddin1 Abstract: Sustainable handling of iron ore tailings is of prime concern to all stakehold-ers who are into iron ore mining. This study seeks to add value to the tailings by utilis-

Strength and fire resistance of concrete containing iron

Apart from the above mentioned waste mate- rials and industrial by-products, iron slag scrap can also be used as coarse aggregate in concrete. Numerous researches have been carried out in this regard and sustainability development, reduction in cost and the ability to produce high density concrete are added advantages of such materials.

(PDF) UTILIZATION OF IRON ORE TAILINGS AS

The main aim the adverse impact of indiscriminate mining of natural sand, of this section is to present an overview of research work iron ore tailings which is the waste products of mining carried out by various researchers in the field of Iron Ore industries is used as an alternative to the river sand in the Tailings and replacement of fine

The Utilization of Waste as Iron Ore in Making Concrete

The Utilization of Waste as Iron Ore in Making Concrete Aggregate Quality K.300 Concrete is an manmade building material that looks like stone. Concrete is a composite material consisting of coarse-grained material (aggregates or fillers) that is embedded in a solid matrix of material (cement or binder) that fills the space between the

Experimental and Statistical Evaluations of Strength

Iron ore tailings (IOT) are the by-products of iron ore beneficiation, and these tailings are disposed of in several tons annually in quarries, landfills, and tailings dams, causing environmental issues. Various researchers have attempted to study the properties of IOT and the use of

waste glass as aggregate and cement replacement « BINQ

Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate for Concrete ASTM International. Waste Glass as Coarse Aggregate for Concrete Partial cement replacement with fly ash and mixing of glass with gravel aggregate were included in an attempt »More detailed

Review Paper on Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate

2018-4-20  industrial waste or mine waste. Limestone Waste is obtained as a by production of aggregates through the crushing process of Keyword: concrete, industrial waste, mine waste, fine aggregate, partial replacement, sustainable construction, review paper 1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is a basic need in construction sector. Nowadays

Life Science Journal 2017;14(9) lifesciencesite

2017-9-10  aggregate and binder combinations to determine the feasibility of producing concrete with maximum use of alternative materials. Concrete prepared using construction and demolition waste as fine aggregate and steel slag as coarse aggregate obtained compressive strength of 30 MPa at 28 days and adequate durability of low grade application.