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Mechanical Properties of Lightweight Mortar in Accordance with the Particle Size and Replacement Ratio of the Wasted Tire Chip
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 Title & Authors
Mechanical Properties of Lightweight Mortar in Accordance with the Particle Size and Replacement Ratio of the Wasted Tire Chip
Yang, Hun; Lee, Yong; Lee, Sang-Soo;
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 Abstract
This study is basic experiment which prevents indiscriminate reclamation and recycles the wasted tire in order to solve environmental pollution according to generation rate of the wasted tire from recently industrial development. By applying as the substitute material of the lightweight aggregate among the constructional materials in order to evaluate the lightness of the wasted tire chip and suggest the recycling plan of the wasted tire chip. The prior experiment did the replacement ratio of the wasted tire with 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, 100%, etc. and made a study on the strength and density properties. Based on the prior experiment of wasted tire, the replacement ratio was fixed at 15, 20, 25%, particle size of wasted tire was fixed at 0.2, 0.8, 1~2, 3~5, 5~7(mm). As a result, it is supposed that the best replacement ratio and particle size are 15% and 1~2mm, respectively.
 Keywords
Wasted tire chip;Lightweight mortar;Replacement ratio;Industrial waste;Particle size;
 Language
Korean
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