• Flexural Strength of Concrete beam using Hospital Waste ...

    This paper is the presentation of flexural strength of concrete beam using hospital waste ash as replacement of cement. The study covered the test of aggregates grading, specific gravity of materials, workability and water absorption as well as the flexural strength test of the composite concrete to determine the suitability of Hospital waste as replacement using constant mix design proportion ...

  • PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH HOSPITAL WASTE …

    biomedical waste ash can be utilized in the concrete concrete is higher than that of control mix because hospital waste ash consist of high percentage of calcite. But for 10% and 15% the compressive production. This paper research about the feasibility of using hospital waste ash in KIMS

  • Palm Oil Fuel Ash as A Cement Replacement in Concrete

    Palm Oil Fuel Ash was sourced from Malaysia. The cement used was Portland cement– CEM I 52.5R (Snow Crete). Cement was replaced with POFA in concrete by volume at steps of 0%, 2.5%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The 0% replacement, also referred to as the control was taken as the point of reference from which all performance was measured.

  • Zarina Yasmin Hanur Harith | Scientific.Net

    The objective of this study is to find the suitability of eggshells ash as cement replacement in concrete. The cement has been replaced by waste eggshells ash accordingly in the range of1% and 2.5%. The eggshell ash passing the 90μm sieve was used in the investigation.

  • A Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Partial ...

    waste ash at various percentages (0, 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10%, 12.5%, 15%) with cement and found i) Workability of concrete decreased with increase in replacement level and the reason is hospital waste ash is lighter than cement, so it occupies more volume than cement of equal weight resulting in …

  • Influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash on the ...

    Nov 30, 2019· This paper presents the influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash as fine aggregate replacement on the strength and permeation properties of concrete. For this purpose, a control concrete mix was made and four concrete mixes were made with four different percentages (5, …

  • GA - GAC

    "Biomedical Waste" means any solid waste which contains pathological waste, biological waste, cultures, and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, contaminated animal carcasses (body parts, their bedding, and other waste from such animals), chemotherapy waste, discarded medical equipment and parts, not including expendable supplies and materials, which have not been ...

  • Partial Replacement of Portland Cement by Granulated ...

    porosity of concrete decreased as the replacement level of OPC by GCFS increased. The chemical analysis of GCFS also indicated that it has pozzolanic properties. The above results indicate the suitability of granulated cupola furnace slag for use in concrete for which reduced permeability is an essential performance requirement.

  • Biomedical waste management system - SlideShare

    Jan 04, 2017· BIO MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT RULES IN INDIA Biomedical waste (management and handling) rule 2016, prescribed by the ministry of environment and forests, Government of India, came into force on 28th march 2016. This rule applies to those who generate, collect, receive, store, dispose, treat or handle bio medical waste in any manner. Thus bio ...

  • (PDF) Utilization of Hospital Waste Ash in Concrete

    Jan 01, 2013· Biomedical waste incinerated ash has also been used in ferrocement panels, [12] as replacement of fine aggregates [13,18], to determine the workability by slump test, [14] to evaluate the ...

  • Biomedical Waste Management - 3758 Words | Bartleby

    '' Biomedical Waste can be defined as any waste, ... Treatment methods: Suitability of various treatment methods depends on physical and chemical characteristics of waste (Fig.1). The method of treatment is decided based on moisture content, organic matter and total solids. ... Concrete And Hazardous Wastes : An Evaluation Of The Issues And ...

  • (PDF) TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH BIOMEDICAL …

    TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH BIOMEDICAL WASTE ASH ISSN 2454-695X Original Article SJIF Impact Factor: 5.924 *Corresponding Author May 2020 DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30128.79367

  • Biomedical Waste Management - 4723 Words | Bartleby

    In a study carried out in the family wing of a large hospital, he composition of wastes was bandages, gauze and cottonwood waste 34.1%, coal ash 31.6%, foliage 13.5 5, food waste 11.5 %, trash5.1 %, biological waste 2.3% and glass, bottles, etc. 1.8 %.

  • Alternative To Disposal Of Biomedical Waste Incinerator Ash

    Jun 07, 2012· By combining the incinerated ash with additives such as silica or sand powder,rich Fe2O3 and rich Cao vitrification process may be made more effective.Though the presence of alumina,silica and calcium is found in the composition of biomedical waste incinerator ash, using such ash or slag formed from such ash in construction activities is not a ...

  • A model supported biomedical waste for the enhancement of ...

    Jun 14, 2021· Alternative ingredients and waste management from various primary processes are active study areas across the globe. In the present study, the mechanical properties of concrete improved with the partial replacement of cement by incorporating biomedical waste ash and compared to that with the conventional concrete were reviewed. It has been revealed that the addition of too much waste ash …

  • Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board ****** The annual ...

    a. Bio- Medical Waste generated by bedded hospitals (in kg/day) : 8,132 b. Bio- Medical Waste generated by non - bedded hospitals (in kg/day) : 1,747 c. Any other : 19 Total : 9,898 kg/day 7. Bio- Medical waste treatment and disposal a. Captive Bio- Medical Waste treatment & disposal by HCFs

  • Vol. 5, Issue 6, June 2016 Biomedical Waste Ash in ...

    In the present investigation and experimental program was carried out to investigate the suitability of use of biomedical waste ash as partial replacement of cement in concrete and effect of replacement of cement of biomedical waste ash on workability of concrete in general and on compressive strength in particular. (i) CEMENT

  • Optimization of Hypo Sludge Ash in Design Mix Concrete: A ...

    By using Hypo sludge Ash greener concrete can be produced. Utilization of waste and disposal cost are reduced. Low cost houses can be constructed using waste paper ash by reducing the cement content. By using suitable admixture such as superplasticizers, the problem of water absorption can be reduced.

  • The Effect of Utilizing Rice Husk Ash on Some Properties ...

    Madandoust R, Mohammad M and Ahmadi H. Mechanical properties and durability assessment of rice husk ash concrete. Biosyst Eng. 2011;110:144–152. CrossRef; Zain M F M, Islam M N, Mahmud F and Jamil M. Production of rice husk ash for use in concrete as a supplementary cementitious material. Constr Build Mater. 2011;25:798–805. CrossRef

  • Flexural Strength of Concrete beam using Hospital Waste ...

    strength test of the composite concrete to determine the suitability of Hospital waste as replacement using constant mix design proportion of 1: 1.64: 2.47: 0.50 in accordance to standard DOE method, with different mixes added based on 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%,

  • Medical Waste Management : AIT - NSWAI

    Suitability Of the waste Investment/ Operating cost Treatment Technologies: Comparison. Visu ... concrete pit with a lockable lid. Hospital waste management Khulna City: Bangladesh. Visu Medical Waste Issues in Asia 17 ... biomedical waste treatment facilities

  • An Experimental Investigation on Bio- Medical Waste Concrete

    concrete's solidity. The process of mixing and addition of material in concrete can be modified to form a lower or higher density of concrete end product. It is clearly evident from Fig 1 that the density of concrete decreased with increase in replacement level which may be due to Bio-Medical Waste being lighter than sand.

  • List of Design Problems in Civil Engineering SUBJECT ...

    176. Suitability of beach sand as fine aggregate for concrete 177. Development of insulation bricks using fly ash & waste materials from silica mines 178. Resistance of waste plastic fibre reinforced concrete under acid and alkali test 179. Domestic water treatment plant 180. Stabilization of soft soils using industrial wastes 181.

  • Influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash on the ...

    This paper presents the influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash as fine aggregate replacement on the strength and permeation properties of concrete. For this purpose, a control concrete mix was made and four concrete mixes were made with four different percentages (5, 10, 15, and 20%) of IBWA.

  • Flexural Strength of Concrete beam using Hospital Waste ...

    This paper is the presentation of flexural strength of concrete beam using hospital waste ash as replacement of cement. The study covered the test of aggregates grading, specific gravity of materials, workability and water absorption as well as the flexural strength test of the composite concrete to determine the suitability of Hospital waste as replacement using constant mix design proportion ...

  • PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH HOSPITAL WASTE …

    biomedical waste ash can be utilized in the concrete concrete is higher than that of control mix because hospital waste ash consist of high percentage of calcite. But for 10% and 15% the compressive production. This paper research about the feasibility of using hospital waste ash in KIMS

  • Palm Oil Fuel Ash as A Cement Replacement in Concrete

    Palm Oil Fuel Ash was sourced from Malaysia. The cement used was Portland cement– CEM I 52.5R (Snow Crete). Cement was replaced with POFA in concrete by volume at steps of 0%, 2.5%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The 0% replacement, also referred to as the control was taken as the point of reference from which all performance was measured.

  • Zarina Yasmin Hanur Harith | Scientific.Net

    The objective of this study is to find the suitability of eggshells ash as cement replacement in concrete. The cement has been replaced by waste eggshells ash accordingly in the range of1% and 2.5%. The eggshell ash passing the 90μm sieve was used in the investigation.

  • A Study on Mechanical Properties of Concrete by Partial ...

    waste ash at various percentages (0, 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10%, 12.5%, 15%) with cement and found i) Workability of concrete decreased with increase in replacement level and the reason is hospital waste ash is lighter than cement, so it occupies more volume than cement of equal weight resulting in …

  • Influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash on the ...

    Nov 30, 2019· This paper presents the influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash as fine aggregate replacement on the strength and permeation properties of concrete. For this purpose, a control concrete mix was made and four concrete mixes were made with four different percentages (5, …

  • GA - GAC

    "Biomedical Waste" means any solid waste which contains pathological waste, biological waste, cultures, and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals, contaminated animal carcasses (body parts, their bedding, and other waste from such animals), chemotherapy waste, discarded medical equipment and parts, not including expendable supplies and materials, which have not been ...

  • Partial Replacement of Portland Cement by Granulated ...

    porosity of concrete decreased as the replacement level of OPC by GCFS increased. The chemical analysis of GCFS also indicated that it has pozzolanic properties. The above results indicate the suitability of granulated cupola furnace slag for use in concrete for which reduced permeability is an essential performance requirement.

  • Biomedical waste management system - SlideShare

    Jan 04, 2017· BIO MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT RULES IN INDIA Biomedical waste (management and handling) rule 2016, prescribed by the ministry of environment and forests, Government of India, came into force on 28th march 2016. This rule applies to those who generate, collect, receive, store, dispose, treat or handle bio medical waste in any manner. Thus bio ...

  • (PDF) Utilization of Hospital Waste Ash in Concrete

    Jan 01, 2013· Biomedical waste incinerated ash has also been used in ferrocement panels, [12] as replacement of fine aggregates [13,18], to determine the workability by slump test, [14] to evaluate the ...

  • Biomedical Waste Management - 3758 Words | Bartleby

    '' Biomedical Waste can be defined as any waste, ... Treatment methods: Suitability of various treatment methods depends on physical and chemical characteristics of waste (Fig.1). The method of treatment is decided based on moisture content, organic matter and total solids. ... Concrete And Hazardous Wastes : An Evaluation Of The Issues And ...

  • (PDF) TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH BIOMEDICAL …

    TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH BIOMEDICAL WASTE ASH ISSN 2454-695X Original Article SJIF Impact Factor: 5.924 *Corresponding Author May 2020 DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.30128.79367

  • Biomedical Waste Management - 4723 Words | Bartleby

    In a study carried out in the family wing of a large hospital, he composition of wastes was bandages, gauze and cottonwood waste 34.1%, coal ash 31.6%, foliage 13.5 5, food waste 11.5 %, trash5.1 %, biological waste 2.3% and glass, bottles, etc. 1.8 %.

  • Alternative To Disposal Of Biomedical Waste Incinerator Ash

    Jun 07, 2012· By combining the incinerated ash with additives such as silica or sand powder,rich Fe2O3 and rich Cao vitrification process may be made more effective.Though the presence of alumina,silica and calcium is found in the composition of biomedical waste incinerator ash, using such ash or slag formed from such ash in construction activities is not a ...

  • A model supported biomedical waste for the enhancement of ...

    Jun 14, 2021· Alternative ingredients and waste management from various primary processes are active study areas across the globe. In the present study, the mechanical properties of concrete improved with the partial replacement of cement by incorporating biomedical waste ash and compared to that with the conventional concrete were reviewed. It has been revealed that the addition of too much waste ash …

  • Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board ****** The annual ...

    a. Bio- Medical Waste generated by bedded hospitals (in kg/day) : 8,132 b. Bio- Medical Waste generated by non - bedded hospitals (in kg/day) : 1,747 c. Any other : 19 Total : 9,898 kg/day 7. Bio- Medical waste treatment and disposal a. Captive Bio- Medical Waste treatment & disposal by HCFs

  • Vol. 5, Issue 6, June 2016 Biomedical Waste Ash in ...

    In the present investigation and experimental program was carried out to investigate the suitability of use of biomedical waste ash as partial replacement of cement in concrete and effect of replacement of cement of biomedical waste ash on workability of concrete in general and on compressive strength in particular. (i) CEMENT

  • Optimization of Hypo Sludge Ash in Design Mix Concrete: A ...

    By using Hypo sludge Ash greener concrete can be produced. Utilization of waste and disposal cost are reduced. Low cost houses can be constructed using waste paper ash by reducing the cement content. By using suitable admixture such as superplasticizers, the problem of water absorption can be reduced.

  • The Effect of Utilizing Rice Husk Ash on Some Properties ...

    Madandoust R, Mohammad M and Ahmadi H. Mechanical properties and durability assessment of rice husk ash concrete. Biosyst Eng. 2011;110:144–152. CrossRef; Zain M F M, Islam M N, Mahmud F and Jamil M. Production of rice husk ash for use in concrete as a supplementary cementitious material. Constr Build Mater. 2011;25:798–805. CrossRef

  • Flexural Strength of Concrete beam using Hospital Waste ...

    strength test of the composite concrete to determine the suitability of Hospital waste as replacement using constant mix design proportion of 1: 1.64: 2.47: 0.50 in accordance to standard DOE method, with different mixes added based on 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%,

  • Medical Waste Management : AIT - NSWAI

    Suitability Of the waste Investment/ Operating cost Treatment Technologies: Comparison. Visu ... concrete pit with a lockable lid. Hospital waste management Khulna City: Bangladesh. Visu Medical Waste Issues in Asia 17 ... biomedical waste treatment facilities

  • An Experimental Investigation on Bio- Medical Waste Concrete

    concrete's solidity. The process of mixing and addition of material in concrete can be modified to form a lower or higher density of concrete end product. It is clearly evident from Fig 1 that the density of concrete decreased with increase in replacement level which may be due to Bio-Medical Waste being lighter than sand.

  • List of Design Problems in Civil Engineering SUBJECT ...

    176. Suitability of beach sand as fine aggregate for concrete 177. Development of insulation bricks using fly ash & waste materials from silica mines 178. Resistance of waste plastic fibre reinforced concrete under acid and alkali test 179. Domestic water treatment plant 180. Stabilization of soft soils using industrial wastes 181.

  • Influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash on the ...

    This paper presents the influence of incinerated biomedical waste ash as fine aggregate replacement on the strength and permeation properties of concrete. For this purpose, a control concrete mix was made and four concrete mixes were made with four different percentages (5, 10, 15, and 20%) of IBWA.