Experimental Study on Manufacturing Artificial Aggregate from Various Industrial Waste and Its Applications in Concrete – A Critical Review
The aim of this paper is to examine the production of artificial aggregate and its potential applications in concrete. The waste materials from industrial are one of the concern issues in sustainable development. Recycle and reuse these waste materials is one of the strategies to produce the better sustainable system. One of the methods is by using the waste materials to produce artificial aggregate by palatalization. There are wide applications of artificial aggregate, for instance construction, agriculture, geotechnical fill, waste water, drainage and many more. Physical properties such as bulk density, specific gravity, unit weight, porosity and water absorption are important criteria. The performance of the artificial aggregate varies, depending on the application.
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