Valorization of glass from waste in Togo: study of the formulation of a glass-sand mortar
- 1Research Team in Engineering Sciences, Higher National Engineers School, University of Lome, 01BP 1515, Lome 01, Togo
- 2Sciences Faculty, University of Lome, 01BP 1515, Lome 01, Togo
- 3Research Team in Engineering Sciences, Higher National Engineers School, University of Lome, 01BP 1515, Lome 01, Togo
- 4Research Team in Engineering Sciences, Higher National Engineers School, University of Lome, 01BP 1515, Lome 01, Togo
Res. J. Engineering Sci., Volume 6, Issue (11), Pages 1-6, December,26 (2017)
This paper objective is to study the formulation of a glass-sand mortar in order to enhance the use of crushed glass bottles in construction in Togo. The study involved conducting specimens of glass -sand mortar obtained by varying the rate of glass from sand. The study has revealed that the addition of glass increases the compressive strength and decreases the absorption rate of mortar containing sand.
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