local study about coconut shells

  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse

    2019-7-1 · developed from coconut shells (CS), which is locally available in abundance in Kerala, it would be a milestone achievement for the local construction industries. Therefore, the main objective of the study was to determine the feasibility of using solid waste CS as coarse aggregate for structural LWC.

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  • Study on Coconut Shells in Concrete IJSRD

    2015-5-25 · Coconut (CS) is collected from local oil factories. Collected coconut shells were crushed to a size such that it pass through a 20mm sieve and retained on 4.75mm sieve. These crushed coconut shells were washed and dried and experimentally it has been found that specific gravity of Coconut shells

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  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse

    2015-7-7 · The possibility of recycling and reuse of coconut shells which are discarded as waste led to the present study on its possible use as coarse aggregate in the development of lightweight concrete. The study established that coconut shell aggregate can replace conventional coarse aggregate in the production of lightweight concrete structures effectively without compromising on strength aspects.

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  • A comprehensive study of waste coconut shell

    2020-11-11 · Before producing concrete using coconut aggregate, the acquisition of coconut shells should be made prior from the local industries. After obtaining raw coconut shells, they were firstly sun dried for a period of one month before crushing . As coconut covers belongs to wood category leading to the water absorption capacity.

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  • Study of Strength of Concrete by Using Coconut Shell

    2017-5-8 · Coconut shells are by-products of coconut oil production. Coconut shells are used in the production of activated carbon due to hardness and high carbon content. Various researchers have investigated the use of coconut shells and their derivatives in civil engineering construction. Cost reduction of 40% can be achieved if coconut shells are

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  • (PDF) The Potential of Coconut Shell as Biofuel The

    The potential of coconut shell as a crop residue and its use as a biofuel has been ignored by our local communities and researchers, despite its importance as an alternative fuel in homes and small-scale industries. Today due to the increasing demand

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  • A study on some durability properties of coconut shell

    2013-12-5 · In this study, coconut shell was used as recycled lightweight aggregate in concrete. For coconut shell aggregate concrete (CSAC) to be used in realistic situations, its strength, durability and its temperature resistance need to be examined. Therefore, this study investigated the durability performance of CSAC in three curing conditions and

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  • Waste green coconut shells: Diagnosis of the disposal

    2020-5-10 · 1. Introduction. Increased consumption of coconut water and green coconut fruit pulp has increased the generation of coconut shells (Ayrilmis et al., 2011), which in some regions tends to become waste, generating negative social, economic and environmental impacts (Biggs et al., 2015).Due to the lack of management and investment by the public or private sector, these shells are not used as a

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  • 8 Genius Uses For Coconut Shells Rural Sprout

    2020-11-23 · A coconut shell could also be cleaned up and polished to make a small bowl. It could be used for display purposes for holding dried nuts or pot-pourri for example. If you want to use the coconut shell as a waterproof bowl, to eat from, then

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  • Study on Coconut Shells in Concrete IJSRD

    2015-5-25 · Coconut (CS) is collected from local oil factories. Collected coconut shells were crushed to a size such that it pass through a 20mm sieve and retained on 4.75mm sieve. These crushed coconut shells were washed and dried and experimentally it has been found that specific gravity of Coconut shells

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  • A Study on the Utilization of Coconut Shell as Coarse

    2015-7-7 · An optimum percentage replacement of coarse aggregate with coconut shell aggregate is determined from the study. Coarse aggregate made from coconut shells were used in proportions of 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30% and 35% to replace coarse aggregate in conventional concrete. A constant water to cement ratio of 0.5 was used throughout the study.

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  • Coconut Shells Scientific.Net

    The objectives of this study were to compare the yields and properties of bio-oils produced using SP and FP methods within a pyrolysis temperature range of 400 °C to 600 °C. Three different biomass compositions, 100% rice husks (RH), 100% coconut shells (CS) and a mixture of 50% rice husks with 50% of coconut shells (RH50/CS50) were experimented.

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  • Performance of Waste Coconut Shell as Partial

    2016-10-2 · id waste in the form of shells, which involves an annual pro-duction of approximately 3.18 million tonnes. It also presents serious disposal problems for a local environment, is an abun-dantly available agricultural waste from local coconut indus-tries. Coconut

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  • A study on some durability properties of coconut shell

    2013-12-5 · In this study, coconut shell was used as recycled lightweight aggregate in concrete. For coconut shell aggregate concrete (CSAC) to be used in realistic situations, its strength, durability and its temperature resistance need to be examined. Therefore, this study investigated the durability performance of CSAC in three curing conditions and resistance at elevated temperatures.

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  • Coconut Shell as Partial Replacement for Coarse

    2014-1-21 · Coconut shell exhibits more resistance against crushing, impact and abrasion, compared to crushed granite aggregate. Coconut shell can be grouped under lightweight aggregate. There is no need to treat the coconut shell before use as an aggregate except for water absorption. Coconut shell is compatible with the cement.

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  • Cocunut shell and Waste Glass based Concrete A

    Coconut shells which were already broken into two pieces were collected from local a local coconut dealer, air dried for five days approximately at the temperature of 20 25 degree Celsius and then fibre and husk was removed from dried shells. Further the shells were broken into small chips manually using hammer and sieved through sieve analyzer.

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  • Local practices for production of rice husk biochar and

    2018-4-9 · nutrients. In this study, biochar from rice husk and coconut shells were used to determine physico-chemical characteristics, ability on nutrients and water holding capacity in soil. These biochars were produced using conventional processes of rotary husk (for rice husk) and kiln-drum furnaces (for coconut shells).

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  • D'source Introduction Coconut Shell Craft Alleppey

    Alleppey is a town situated south of Kochi; it is a district of Kerala state of southern India. It is also known as the Venice of the east due to a large number of waterways that inter connects different parts of this town. The term coconut dates back to the 16th century. It derives from the Spanish and Portuguese word coco, meaning "a grin", "a monkey face" respectively,

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  • Local practices for production of rice husk biochar and

    Application of biochar is widely reported to enhance soil quality and decrease leaching of nutrients. In this study, biochar from rice husk and coconut shells were used to determine physico-chemical characteristics, ability on nutrients and water holding capacity in soil. These biochars were produced using conventional processes of rotary husk (for rice husk) and kiln-drum furnaces (for

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