literature review of artificial sand as fine aggregates

An alternative to sand in construction - Rajahmundry - . Sand is one of the principle ingredients of construction aggregates used for purposes ranging from masonry and plastering to concreting and finishing works. Its composition is highly variable depending on the local sources and conditions. Historically sand has been sourced from alluvial deposits like river beds, sea shores and deep earth pits. Chloride Permeability Performance: Aggregate Concrete ABSTRACT. With the increasing concern about the environment and to build more sustainable and economical buildings, a great amount of researches are being done on the use of recycled aggregate (construction demolished aggregates) as a replacement of natural aggregates in concrete. HOW TO CLASSIFY AGGREGATES ACCORDING TO SIZE ... According to size the aggregates are classified as: Fine Aggregate Coarse Aggregate All in Aggregate Fine Aggregate It is the aggregate most of which passes 4.75 mm IS sieve and contains only so much coarser as is permitted by specification.    Read More