study on strength of concrete with etp sludge from dyeing

Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry Raghunathan T1, Gopalsamy P 2, Elangovan.R3 1- Post graduate student, Department of Civil Engineering, AUT, Trichirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India. 2- Former professor, Department of Civil Engineering, AUT, Trichirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In this paper, it is envisaged to create a new composite material which can be derived from the already existing nondegradable and hazardous waste materials. The new composite material is a combination of Ordinary Portland cement and Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge (DIETPS).

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Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry. ... The new composite material is a combination of Ordinary Portland cement and Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge ...

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Study on Strength of Concrete w ith ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

Study on Strength of Concrete w ith ETP Sludge from ... Composite, Cement, Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge, ... Ramesh Kumar, et al, has done extensive study on dye

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STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING EFFLUENT ...

STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT WASTE S.K.Gowtham1, ... Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge (DIETPS). It is the method of extracting wealth from the ... ETP Sludge reinforced concrete with varying ETP dosages of 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% are tabulated in ...

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Experimental Study on Strength of Brick using ETP Sludge ...

Apr 03, 2019  T.Ragunathan, P.Gopalsamy, R.Elangovan Study on Strength of Brick with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry- International Journal of Civil and

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STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING

STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT WASTE S.K.Gowtham1, ... Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge (DIETPS). It is the method of extracting wealth from the ... ETP Sludge reinforced concrete with varying ETP dosages of 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% are tabulated in ...

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Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry . By Raghunathan T, Gopalsamy P, Elangovan. R and Nadu India ... The new composite material is a combination of Ordinary Portland cement and Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge (DIETPS). It replaces the non availability of natural building materials such as sand and ...

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STUDY ON STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING

Perundurai Common Effluent Treatment Plant’, CCSE Journal, April 2009, Vol. 3, pp. 146 - 152. 10. Raghunathan. T, Gopalsamy. P, 2010, ‘Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry’ Vol. 1, pp.379-389. 11. Reddy Babu, G, 2005 ‘Feasibility study of usage of sludge in building materials’ International Journal of

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Experimental study on concrete by partial replacement of ...

Chemical sludge produced by textile industries poses a high threat to the environment causing pollution in all stages of its treatment and disposal. In this study sludge from textile dying unit was collected. It has been partially replaced for fine aggregate in concrete up to 20% replacement to find out the possibility of reuse of this hazardous waste in build materials.

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(PDF) THE WORKABILITY AND COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE ...

Growing population and life quality, both lead to higher consumption of resources. High rate of consumption of resources generate a lot of waste material. Improper management of waste material causes various environmental problems. Textile Industries

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Leachability and Physical Stability of Solidified and ...

Leachability and Physical Stability of Solidified and Stabilized Sludge from Dye Effluent Treatment M Divya1* and S Kanmani2 1,2Centre for Environmental Studies, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University, Chennai-600 025, Tamil Nadu, India ... the 7 days compressive strength of concrete

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Experimental study on concrete by partial replacement of ...

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Reuse of Textile and Tannery Sludge in Concrete Fine ...

sludge along with tannery sludge in the production of concrete blocks. An experimental study was designed to find the compressive strength of blocks at periodic intervals of 7 days and 28 days according to the testing standard. The results of the study will be helpful not only in reuse of waste

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International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering ...

10.Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry pp 379- 389 doi :10.6088/ijcser.00202010030 Code: EIJCSE2010 Author(s) - Raghunathan T et. al., View details

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Use of Textile Mill Sludge in Concrete for Waste ...

Oct 31, 2018  Raghunathan T, Gopalsamy P, Elangovan R (2010) Study on strength of concrete with effluent treatment plant (ETP) sludge from dyeing industry. Int J Civ Struct Eng Res 1(3):379–389 Google Scholar Reddy MVS, Reddy IVR, Reddy KMM, Kumar CMR (2013) Durability aspects of standard concrete.

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Recycling hazardous textile effluent sludge in cement ...

Aug 17, 2019  The study on replacing Portland cement with the TES in concrete or concrete products had been performed by (Balasubramanian et al. (2006)). They explored the feasibility of reusing the TES to replace 10%, 20% and 30% cement to produce flooring

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127 A Study on Geopolymer with Dyeing Industry Effluent ...

The compressive strength and leac chemicals into water as Total Dissolved solids (TDS) are studied. It is envisaged that this GDSC reduces the environmental hazards caused by fly ash from thermal power plants and sludge from dyeing industries. Key Words: Composite, Geopolymer, Fly ash, Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge, Fly ash

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Technical Feasibility Study on Utilization of Textile ...

endeavor is made to study the strength characteristics of Rubber Mould Textile Sludge Paver Blocks (RMTSPB). 2. EXPERIMENTAL MATERIALS Following are the experimental materials for the research experimental work 2.1. Textile Sludge The Textile ETP Sludge was gathered from Moon Fibers Pvt. Ltd. (21°02'14.7"N 72°55'40.9"E),

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Study on feasibility of reutilizing textile effluent ...

Aug 15, 2015  The reuse potential of textile effluent sludge for the production of cement-sludge bricks was also confirmed in previous study (Hema and Suneel, 2009), and the compressive strength of the product could even meet the requirement of structural application as described in the India standard. However, the density and compressive strength of the ...

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Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing ...

Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry . By Raghunathan T, Gopalsamy P, Elangovan. R and Nadu India ... The new composite material is a combination of Ordinary Portland cement and Dyeing Industry Effluent Treatment plant Sludge (DIETPS). It replaces the non availability of natural building materials such as sand and ...

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Experimental study on concrete by partial replacement of ...

Chemical sludge produced by textile industries poses a high threat to the environment causing pollution in all stages of its treatment and disposal. In this study sludge from textile dying unit was collected. It has been partially replaced for fine aggregate in concrete up to 20% replacement to find out the possibility of reuse of this hazardous waste in build materials.

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(PDF) THE WORKABILITY AND COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE ...

Growing population and life quality, both lead to higher consumption of resources. High rate of consumption of resources generate a lot of waste material. Improper management of waste material causes various environmental problems. Textile Industries

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Leachability and Physical Stability of Solidified and ...

Leachability and Physical Stability of Solidified and Stabilized Sludge from Dye Effluent Treatment M Divya1* and S Kanmani2 1,2Centre for Environmental Studies, Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University, Chennai-600 025, Tamil Nadu, India ... the 7 days compressive strength of concrete

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Textile Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge: Characterization ...

Sep 06, 2016  The main objective of this study is to characterize and find a potential use of textile effluent treatment plant (ETP) sludge produced in Bangladesh. Textile ETP sludge collected from the local textile industries have been characterized in the laboratory. The physicochemical and engineering properties of the sludge have been studied. Collected ETP sludge has been processed to get

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Reuse of Textile and Tannery Sludge in Concrete Fine ...

sludge along with tannery sludge in the production of concrete blocks. An experimental study was designed to find the compressive strength of blocks at periodic intervals of 7 days and 28 days according to the testing standard. The results of the study will be helpful not only in reuse of waste

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International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering ...

10.Study on Strength of Concrete with ETP Sludge from Dyeing Industry pp 379- 389 doi :10.6088/ijcser.00202010030 Code: EIJCSE2010 Author(s) - Raghunathan T et. al., View details

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Sludge Treatment process from textile effluents

• The use of textile sludge in cement can result in reduction in strength, and so the investigation considered both structural and non‐structural building components. • The sludge was used in cement concrete flooring tiles (BIS, IS: 1237:1980), pavement blocks, hollow

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Use of Textile Mill Sludge in Concrete for Waste ...

Oct 31, 2018  Raghunathan T, Gopalsamy P, Elangovan R (2010) Study on strength of concrete with effluent treatment plant (ETP) sludge from dyeing industry. Int J Civ Struct Eng Res 1(3):379–389 Google Scholar Reddy MVS, Reddy IVR, Reddy KMM, Kumar CMR (2013) Durability aspects of standard concrete.

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Treatment of textile effluent by fly ash and reusing of ...

This study presents FA to adsorb dye effluent and then colour adsorbed fly ash (CAF) was used to replace cement. CAF strength properties were compared with strength of conventional concrete (CC) and ordinary fly ash concrete (OFC). Experimental Section Materials FA was obtained from combustion of pulverized coal

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Effluent Treatment Plant Design, Operation And Analysis Of ...

Feb 16, 2013  Effluent Treatment Plant: Design, Operation And Analysis Of Waste Water 37By definition, the SVI is the volume of settled sludge in millliliters occupied by 1 gram ofdry sludge solids after 30 minutes of settling in a 1000 ml graduated cylinder or asettleometer.A liter of mix liquor sample is collected at or near the outlet of the aeration tank ...

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(PDF) Technical Feasibility Study on Utilization of ...

Technical Feasibility Study on Utilization of Textile Sludge as a Cement Substitute in Rubber Mould Paver Block. International Journal of Constructive Research in Civil Engineering (IJCRCE) ISSN 2454-8693 (Online), 2017. Dr.Jayeshkumar Pitroda. patel L reshma. Dr.Jayeshkumar Pitroda.

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Briefing: Usage of textile dye waste water in concrete ...

This study explored the possibility of 100% replacement of potable water with textile dye waste water in cement concrete. The preliminary study indicated that the fresh and hardened properties of concrete made using potable water and textile dye waste water (untreated water) are comparable.

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Incineration of Textile Sludge for Partial Replacement of ...

May 15, 2021  Different concrete cubes of C-25 strength of concrete were also cast by partial replacement of cement by incinerated ash of textile sludge. Concrete block was manufactured by blending the ash with cement and the content of the ash was 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%, respectively. A 0.5 water-cement ratio was used.

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