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Singh, Er.R., Kaushik, Er.R. and Singh, Er.G. (2013) Study of Self Compacting Concrete Using Brick Dust and Marble Powder. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, 2248-9622.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Effects of Stone Cutting Powder (Al-Khamkha) on the Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete

    AUTHORS: Manal O. Suliman, Hesham Alsharie, Yasser I. O. Yahia, Talal Masoud

    KEYWORDS: Al-Khamkh, Compressive Strength, Self Compacting Concrete, Stone Powder, SP33 Super Plasticizer

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.5 No.4, October 24, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Most of the construction materials research now concerns on investigation of construction materials that is locally produced at a rate and cost compatible with the pace of construction. The present paper is concerned with investigation of fresh and hardened properties of self-compacting concrete (SCC) produced from local available materials in JORDAN. The produced SCC contains the local stone cut waste powder which is called Al-KHAMKHA in JORDAN with different replacement of (0%, 10%, and 25%) of fine silica aggregate;the study also investigatesthe effects of SP33 superplasticizer which is used by different doses (1%, 1.5% and 2%) for cement. The slump flow and the compressive strength of SCC were studied and the experimental results indicate the possibility of using Al-KHAMKHA in the production of SCC as the results showed that the compressive strength of the SCC with 10 % replacement by al-khamkha together with 1% SP33super plasticizer was higher compared to pure SCC without al-khamkha;the results also showed that as al-khamkha content increased the slump flow decreased.