recycling of pet bottles as fine aggregate in concrete

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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.

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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} }

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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 ...

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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.

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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% ...

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