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Research Article

A TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY APPROACH TO UTILISE THE STONE WASTE FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKS

N.Venkata Ramana1, C.Sashidhar2, S.Subba Reddy3, S.Vinay Babu4
  1. Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering Department, JNTUA College of Engineering, JNTUA Anantapur India
  2. Professor, Civil Engineering Department, JNTUA College of Engineering, JNTUA India
  3. Ph.D Scholar, Civil Engineering Department, JNTUA Anantapur, India
  4. Lecturer, Civil Engineering Department, JNTUA College of Engineering, JNTUA Anantapur, India
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Abstract

In general the construction works are building with reinforced cement concrete (RCC) material. The Cement concrete is composition of cement, coarse and fine aggregate, water and some admixtures. For many works the coarse aggregate is brought from granite stone. Geographically the Tadpatri, Anantapur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh (State) is much potential to layered stone (Kadapa slab). The layered stone is utilizing for roof and floor works. During processing of finished product, waste is generating and this waste is dumping in and around the town (Tadpatri).The paper presents the feasibility of utilization of stone waste for construction works. The primary lab tests showed the potentiality of waste for construction.

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