Contreras, R. (2018). Influencia del tamaño y porcentaje de caucho reciclado en un concreto estructural sobre su compresión, asentamiento, peso unitario y deformación, Trujillo - 2018 [Tesis, Universidad Privada del Norte]. https://hdl.handle.net/11537/13858
Contreras, R. Influencia del tamaño y porcentaje de caucho reciclado en un concreto estructural sobre su compresión, asentamiento, peso unitario y deformación, Trujillo - 2018 [Tesis]. PE: Universidad Privada del Norte; 2018. https://hdl.handle.net/11537/13858
title = "Influencia del tamaño y porcentaje de caucho reciclado en un concreto estructural sobre su compresión, asentamiento, peso unitario y deformación, Trujillo - 2018",
author = "Contreras Gonzales, Rodrigo Jose",
publisher = "Universidad Privada del Norte",
year = "2018"
Concrete is the material most used in the construction sector at the international level, due to its capacity to acquire any form; This results in excessive consumption of raw materials that make up a negative impact on the environment and landscapes that house them; On the other hand, in Peru, there is no legal framework for rubber waste, causing mishandling of used tires, resulting in tons of tires abandoned to their fate without considering the large amounts of energy that were invested to be used. That is why this research highlights the importance of reusing this type of materials helping in some way to combat the environmental effects that these waste produce and encourage students to follow this type of research in order that the Ministry of the Environment of Peru establish adequate standards for the treatment of this waste. The purpose of this investigation is to determine the percentage and appropriate size of crushed rubber from recycled tires that can be added to a structural concrete without the properties being seen separately; to carry out this research, a mix design based on the ACI 211 method was made for a structural concrete with average resistance of 280 kg/cm 2 . Following the indications established in the ASTM standards, tests were carried out in the fresh state to determine the settlement and unit weight of the concrete, while in the state its resistance to compression 28 and 56 was maintained as well as deformation of the moment at the moment that it was produced the break. The results were 284 kg/cm , which allowed adding 0.35% superplasticizer additive this value increased to 292 kg/cm 2 2 , it is also concluded that after 28 days the smaller rubber particles added to the concrete affect the resistance to a lesser extent than when adding 1% rubber this time to 243 kg/cm 2 while for the larger rubber the fuel resistance was 212 kg/cm ; however, the results obtained in the tensile strength test at 56 days indicate that, unlike rubber dust, 1% of the rubber grain was added to a resistance of 268 kg/cm resistance reaches the 236 kg/cm.
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