Mechanical properties of EPS lightweight concrete

  • Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Concretes with

    2014-5-16 · B. A. Kaya,F. Kar 311 fume at different rates in order to increase the resistance of low -intensity concrete consisting of EPS [6]. In this paper, the thermal and mechanical features of samples produced by granulating the styropor particles

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  • Physical and Mechanical Properties of a Bulk Lightweight

    2019-4-30 · The variation of physical and mechanical properties of the lightweight bulk filling material with cement and expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads contents under different confining pressures is important to construction and geotechnical applicatio

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  • Mechanical properties of EPS lightweight concrete

    Expanded polystyrene (EPS) concrete is a new lightweight building material that exhibits good mechanical properties and a priori mechanical features that are suitable for the construction industry.

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  • Polystyrene Lightweight Concrete (Polyconcrete) Zaher

    2014-9-4 · Polystyrene Lightweight Concrete (Polyconcrete) ... The mechanical and chemical properties are discussed in order to study the behaviour of the polystyrene under different environments (i.e. field usage). The mix workability is very high at a v

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  • What is a polystyrene aggregate in concrete? - Quora

    Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) concrete : (also it known as EPScrete, EPS concrete or lightweight concrete) is a form of concrete known for its light weight made from cement and EPS (Expanded Polystyrene). It is a popular material for use in environme...

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  • Lightweight Concrete Using EPS - ijsr.net

    2018-10-4 · to use very lightweight inclusions, like expanded polystyrene (EPS), having a specific gravity of about 0.02 in an ultra-high strength matrix having a strength higher than 130 MPa.However, the mechanical behavior of such a material is quite di

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  • Lightweight Concrete Made from Waste Polystyrene and

    2015-7-29 · international environmental regulations have also expanded polystyrene (EPS) beads as lightweight become more inflexible, causing this waste to become aggregate, both in concrete and mortar. The mechanical increasingly expensive to dispose. Th

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  • Review on the mixture design and mechanical properties of

    2017-2-24 · Mechanical properties of EPS-LWC from 154 mixture design in 55 experimental programmes are also assessed. Utilising the experimental data, new models are developed and verified by the existing models of the mechanical properties of concrete.

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  • Selected Engineering Properties and Applications of EPS

    2014-6-30 · EPS geofoam density can be considered the main index in most of its proper-ties. Compression strength, shear strength, tension strength, flexural strength, stiff-ness, creep behavior and other mechanical properties depend on the density. The c

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  • HIGH-STRENGTH STRUCTURAL LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

    2006-6-7 · of the original aquagel in the cell or pore in the concrete. This results in a cellular, lightweight concrete. High carbon ash, recycled aluminum waste and zeolite powders are additional mechanical structures suitable in the production of cellu

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  • (PDF) Behaviour of lightweight expanded polystyrene

    Behaviour of lightweight expanded polystyrene concrete reinforced with polypropylene fibers A.Sadrmomtazi*1, A.M.Mirgozar langroudi2, A.K.Haghi3 1 University of Guilan, Civil Engineering Department, Rasht, Iran 2 University of Guilan, Civil Engineering De

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  • Structural Behavior of Durable Composite Sandwich Panels

    The thermal conductivity of EPS concrete, with an EPS bulk ratio of 55–60%, was 0.50–0.56 W/(m · K) at a density of approximately 1100 kg/m 3 (Schackow et al. 2014). When comparing the typical values of lightweight concrete and EPS concrete, the thermal p

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  • STUDY THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT

    2017-1-13 · as aggregates was carried out. Through this study, the mechanical properties of polystyrene can be determined whether it is good or not when replace it as aggregate in the concrete. The main objective of this study is to determine the mechanic

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  • Durability of Modified Expanded Polystyrene Concrete after

    2015-7-2 · EPS concrete was produced by mixing the expanded polystyrene spheres (EPS) and polymer emulsion and thickener to the matrix concrete, and this concrete had good vibration energy absorption characteristics. Based on the experimental data obtaine

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  • Study the mechanical properties of lightweight concrete

    In a nutshell, polystyrene beads(EPS) can be used as aggregate replacement in the concrete. Overall of the study showed that the mechanical properties of lightweight concrete mainly influenced by the content of polystyrene beads and the strength decrease

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  • THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES THAT NANO-SIO2 AFFECT EPS

    THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES THAT NANO-SIO2 AFFECT EPS LIGHT-AGGREGATE CONCRETE . ... packaging materials and cosmetics industries [1-2] Traditionally, the EPS super lightweight concrete as the same as other-based materials, the strength in the first place.

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  • TECHBRIEF Lightweight Concrete: Mechanical Properties

    2013-6-17 · Administration report, Lightweight Concrete: Mechanical Properties (FHWA-HRT-13-062), available through the National Technical Information Service at www.ntis.gov.(1) NTIS Accession No. of the report covered in this TechBrief: PB2013-107688 Ob

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  • BEARING STRENGTH OF CONCRETE CONTAINING

    2007-3-13 · bearing area and fc‘ is the concrete compressive strength obtained from a cylinder test. The failure pattern under the bearing load was found to vary with the decrease in the density of polystyrene aggregate concrete. The lightweight polystyre

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  • Strength and water absorption properties of lightweight

    2019-7-3 · This paper is focusing on strength and water absorption properties of lightweight concrete brick containing Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) and Palm Oil Fuel Ash (POFA) as partial replacement materials of fine aggregates and cement respectively. EPS

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  • Properties of lightweight concrete manufactured with EPS

    PDF | This study aimed to compare the mechanical properties of lightweight concrete manufactured with the insertion of two lightweight aggregates, Vermiculite and Expanded Polystyrene - EPS. To ...

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  • Mechanical properties of expanded polystyrene lightweight

    In this study, the mechanical properties and fracture parameters of lightweight EPS concrete with different EPS volume percentages (0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40%) and two water-to-cement ratios (0.4 ...

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  • Application of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) in Buildings

    This article provides an overview on the application of EPS as aggregates in lightweight concrete, decorative tiles and molding, panel application (structural insulated panels (SIPs) and composite SIPs), and embankment backfilling. Also, this article attem

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  • A Study on the Properties of Aerated concrete using Eps

    2016-11-11 · A Study on the Properties of Aerated concrete using Eps beads and Vermiculite as filler material Ms.Akhila K M1, 2Mrs. ... 0.34%,0.4% and 2.5% for making aerated lightweight concrete with Eps beads and that of aerated light weight ... propert

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  • Physical Properties | EPS Industry Alliance

    2019-8-28 · Physical Properties Reduced Damage Rates. EPS protective packaging offers a broad range of physical properties to the designer and user. These properties, in combination with satisfactory engineering considerations provide the design flexibili

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  • PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE CONCRETE

    Expanded polystyrene (EPS) concrete is a lightweight, low strength material with good energy-absorbing characteristics. However, because of the light weight of EPS beads and their hydrophobic surface, EPS concrete is prone to segregation during casting, w

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