fine aggregate

fine aggregate

1. Aggregate which passes through a 9.51-mm (3/8-in.) sieve, passes almost entirely through a 4.76-mm (No. 4) sieve, and is predominantly retained on a 74-µm (No. 200) sieve.
2. That portion of an aggregate which passes through a 4.76-mm (No. 4) sieve and is predominantly retained on a 74-µm (No. 200) sieve.
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The natural ingredients, fine aggregate, and coarse aggregate constitute more than 70% volume of concrete.
[7] investigated the use of ferronickel slag as a fine aggregate. It was found that a 50% replacement of natural sand with the ferronickel slag resulted in a well-graded fine aggregate and maximized strength development.
Fine aggregate having 70% of Qilabandi sand and 30% of Chenab sand was introduced in concrete mix designs.
2016), in the work, up to 20% of fine aggregate was replaced with waste tire rubber crumbs.
Wei Wu et al studied the mechanical properties of high strength concrete incorporating copper slag as a fine aggregate. When more copper slag is added as a fine aggregate in concrete splitting tensile strength is decreased.
Moreover depleting sources of sand in Pakistan triggered the dire need of replacement of fine aggregate of the concrete.
(100 mm x 100 mm x 100 mm), with a standard mix ratio of 1:2:4:0.55 (cement, fine aggregate: coarse aggregate: water) the first set with the water of pH varying from 1-12 and the second with distilled water which served as control.
This very fine aggregate gives the best appearance when cured.
The difference in Specific gravity of fine aggregate and copper slag is considered in the mix design since the copper slag have a higher density than the fine aggregate.