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Paper Title: A Review on using Crumb Rubber in Concrete
Authors Name: Mayank Bhardwaj , Prof. Shailendra Singh
Unique Id: IJRTI1705053
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 5, May-2017
Abstract: Rubber concrete acted as one kinds of building materials came from the traditionalmodification concrete, and it had the excellent thermal insulation properties, such as light, good toughness, good thermal insulation, so it had been initially used in civil engineering, such as railways, highways and so it’s like.In an attempt to decrease the magnitudeof this issue, crumb rubbermodifier (CRM) obtained fromwaste tyre rubber has gained interest in asphalt reinforcement. The use of crumb rubber in the reinforcement of asphalt is considered as a smart solution for sustainable development by reusing waste materials, and it is believed that crumb rubber modifier (CRM) could be an alternative polymer material in improving hot mixasphalt performance properties.However, the mixing temperature and duration can cause rubber particles to depolymerize and subsequently cause loss of viscosity. Crumb rubber modification also improves the properties of bitumen by increasing the storage and loss modulus and enhancing the high and low temperature susceptibility. i.e effect of crumb rubber toaging properties of CRMB is also discussed. Finally several techniques of chemical modification to terminal blends of CRMB and the subsequent improvement to the settling property of CRMB are explained.It will also include a review on the effects of CRM on the stiffness, rutting, and fatigue resistanceof road pavement construction.Hence to avoid demand of aggregate to makesustainable concrete rubber crumb can be utilized in manufacturing of concrete. Crumb Rubber was replaced by volume of aggregate in concrete.10% to 30% volume of fine aggregate was replaced by rubber crumb by authors in many of research papers. Mechanical strength of concrete was observed in all research papers and compared with normal concrete. This paper reviews research published on the performance of concrete containing tyre rubber wastes. It discusses the effect of waste treatments, the size of waste particles and the waste replacement volume on the fresh and hardened properties of concrete.
Keywords: Tyre rubber, strength, Literature Survey.
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