recycling of pet bottles as fine aggregate in concrete

Recycling of PET bottles as fine aggregate in concrete ...

Jun 01, 2010 · An attempt to substitute in concrete the 5% by weight of fine aggregate (natural sand) with an equal weight of PET aggregates manufactured from the waste un-washed PET bottles (WPET), is presented. The WPET particles possessed a granulometry similar to that of the substituted sand.

PET BOTTLE WASTE AS A SUPPLEMENT TO CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE

CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE ... the recycling involves many technical and scientific procedures as recuperated one cannot be utilized ... PET bottle waste granules. Fine ...

PET BOTTLE WASTE AS A SUPPLEMENT TO CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE ...

Corpus ID: 212487795. PET BOTTLE WASTE AS A SUPPLEMENT TO CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE @inproceedings{Vali2017PETBW, title={PET BOTTLE WASTE AS A SUPPLEMENT TO CONCRETE FINE AGGREGATE}, author={Mastan Vali}, year={2017} }

[PDF] Use of Waste Plastic in Concrete Mixture as Aggregate ...

One of the environmental issues in most regions of Iran is the large number of bottles made from poly-ethylene terephthalate (PET) deposited in domestic wastes and landfills. Due to the high volume of these bottles, more than 1 million m3 landfill spaces are needed for disposal every year. The purpose of this experimental study was to investigate the possibility of using PET waste in asphalt ...

Waste Polyethylene Terephthalate as an Aggregate in Concrete

resulting concrete. This behaviour is dependent on PET-aggregate’s shape and is maximised for concrete containing coarse, flaky PET-aggregate. The splitting tensile and flexural strength characteristics are proportional to the loss in compressive strength of concrete containing plastic aggregates. Keywords: waste PET bottle, aggregate ...

Manufacturing Light Concrete with PET Aggregate

The manufacture of concrete using a polymer instead of a stony coarse aggregate known as gravel is presented. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is the polymer used, recycling soft drink containers with sufficient tenacity. PET is a material commonly used by engineers as a structural element, not as an aggregate. The research work revealed that PET aggregate produces good quality mixtures ...

The effect of using polyethylene terephthalate as an additive ...

Aug 01, 2020 · However, Frigione (2010) used waste unwashed PET bottle (WPET) as a replacement of fine aggregate. 5% by weight of WPET was replaced by the fine aggregate in concrete. Compressive strength was determined at 28 days and 365 days.

(PDF) Concrete with Recycled Glass as Fine Aggregates

As for fine aggregates, in order to account for the numbers of variables and clearly establish a bench mark, the sand grading, color of glass, source of waste glass (bottles and non-bottles), and ...

Performance of structural concrete with recycled plastic ...

Feb 10, 2018 · Hassani et al. replaced up to 20% of coarse aggregate by volume with PET granules in concrete-asphalt mixes with moderate impact on the material resistance to deformation and creep. Batayneh et al. [14] propose the combined use of ground glass and plastic as replacement materials, and show moderate reductions in strength of up to 13% in a 20% ...

(PDF) Use of Waste Plastic in Concrete Mixture as Aggregate ...

— One of the environmental issues in most regions of Iran is the large number of bottles made from poly-ethylene terephthalate (PET) deposited in domestic wastes and landfills. Due to the high volume of these bottles, more than 1 million m3 landfill

Utilization of waste PET bottles as aggregate in masonry mortar

size of sand used as fine aggregate (sand) is in the range of 0.15 - 4.75 mm. Some of the basic properties of PET used in the experiment are presented in Table 1. Table 1: Properties of waste PET Types Density, gm/cc Water absorption, % Elongation (average), % Fineness, mm PET 1.38 0.15 130% 1.00-7.00 Recycling of waste PET

An investigation on the use of shredded waste PET bottles as ...

Aggregate Unit weight Compressive strength A B S T R A C T In this paper, the modulus of elasticity of lightweight concrete contains polyethylene terephthalate (PET) as fine, coarse aggregate and ...

Experimental Investigation on the Properties of Concrete With ...

This study deals with the possibility of using the waste PET bottle with aspect ratio 33 and percentage added into concrete with 0.5%, 1.0% and 1.5% respectively as replacement of fine aggregate ...

Characteristics of mortar and concrete containing fine ...

Aug 01, 2009 · This study will examine the properties of mortar and concrete with WPLA used as a fine aggregate in an attempt to develop a solution that, not only provides a recycling option for the PET bottles, but also stands to maintain or improve the characteristics of the resulting mortar and concrete.

Mechanical Properties of Concrete Using Recycled Plastic

traditional concrete in case of replacing 45% of natural aggregate by PET aggregate. No significant changes are observed for mixtures containing up to 15% of PET-aggregates in compressive strength results, for 30% and 45% PET replacement there is a noticeable reduction in compressive strength up to 11% and 24% respectively.

MIT students fortify concrete by adding recycled plastic ...

Oct 25, 2017 · Reusing plastics as concrete additives could also redirect old water and soda bottles, the bulk of which would otherwise end up in a landfill. “There is a huge amount of plastic that is landfilled every year,” says Michael Short, an assistant professor in MIT’s Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering.

Use of plastic waste (poly-ethylene terephthalate) in asphalt ...

Due to the high volume of these bottles, more than 1 million m3 landfill space is needed for disposal every year. The purpose of this experimental study was to investigate the possibility of using PET waste in asphalt concrete mixes as aggregate replacement (Plastiphalt) to reduce the environmental effects of PET disposal.

Effects of waste PET as coarse aggregate on the fresh and ...

In this study PET (polyethylene terephthalate) aggregates manufactured from the waste un-washed PET bottles in shredded form were used to partially replace fine aggregate and coarse aggregate in ...

The Development of a Concrete Block Containing PET Plastic ...

If PET plastic bottle flakes are mixed with, or used to replace, the aggregates of general construction materials, such as mixing with concrete or forming bricks, it can make the building material lower in weight and density.

Use of recycled plastic in concrete: A review | Request PDF

Mohammed et al. [11] used PVC fine aggregate crushed twice and added silica fume as concrete reinforcement material, finding that PVC particles and cement paste were well bonded; Yang et al. [29 ...

MIT students find a way to make stronger concrete with ...

MIT students developed a concrete that is made with recycled plastic bottles. Best of all, it is 20 percent more durable than the conventional product.

Effects on Mechanical Properties of Recycled PET in Cement ...

Ochi et al. describe a method that can be used to produce concrete-reinforcing PET fiber from used PET bottles. By using this method, concrete and PET fibers are easily mixed with fiber contents as high as 3% . Fibers with lengths of 10, 15, and 20 mm and volume fractions of 0.05, 0.18, and 0.30% related to the volume of the concrete were used.

Mechanical Properties of Cement-Based Materials with Recycled ...

24 Silva et al. [38] Concrete PET Waste Crushing and melting Fine aggregate 25 Herki et al. [39] Lightweight concrete EPS - - Fine aggregate 26 Ge et al. [40] Mortar PET Bottle Shredding Fine aggregate 27 Saikia and de Brito [41] Concrete PET Bottle Crushing and melting Coarse and fine aggregate 28 Chaudhary et al. [42] Concrete LDPE Bag ...

Plastic Aggregates in Concrete - Plaggregate - YouTube

Dec 06, 2016 · Recycling plastics – Resource ... Replacement Plastic waste as aggregate in concrete - Duration: ... 3:20. Plastic Bottles for Concrete: El Fuego del Sol by Kevin Adair - Duration: 9:58 ...

Super-Clean PET flake process for high quality recycling of ...

In a three year time frame, the technology shall be demonstrated as a safe and reliable way to reduce the energy consumption during the recycling process and the ecological footprint of PET bottles. The project aims at establishing the flake technology as a stand-alone facility and as an integrated solution in the beverage industry.