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RM100.00 (8 hours) Per Hour
350 days

 

Ceramic Industrial Waste Fine Aggregate (CIWfa)

Co-Researchers: Muhammad Haikal Mohd Fodzi, Mohd Hairi Bin Osman, Noor Khazanah A. Rahman, Suraya Hani Adnan, Mohd Ashraf Abd Rahman
Construction Materials Performance and Processes

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Ceramic Industrial Waste (CIW) was chose due to its beneficial properties into concrete technology which is have good thermal insulator, refractory (material that retains its strength at high temperatures), hard and strong.

 

The ceramic wastes properties show that it provide many advantages in concrete technology which can increase their use in concrete mix.

The reducing of raw materials in construction is an issue for the industry nowadays. Because of that, some creative idea and revolution for modified concrete had been implemented. The use of industrial waste such as fly ash, sludge and powder can be used as replacement material in concrete mix which is to increase the sustainable of concrete. This will help to reduce of the usage of natural resources such as gravel and river sand in concrete mix. In this study, Ceramic Industrial Wastes (CIW) was chosen as replacement material for fine aggregate in concrete mix. This research focuses on mechanical properties of concrete containing ceramic industrial waste

Ceramic Industrial Wastes (CIW) was chosen as replacement material  for fine aggregate in concrete mix.

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Ahmad Jeni, M. L., Mohd, M. H., Bin, M. H., A., N. K., Adnan, S. H., & Abd, M. A. (2019). Ceramic Industrial Waste Fine Aggregate (CIWfa). Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia: MTUN Research Repository. QOI: 60.43650.2019-MTUNConnect.N932389
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