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Used foundry sand ufs is a discarded material coming from ferrous iron and steel and nonferrous copper aluminium and brass metal casting industry to create molds and coresabout 1 ton of foundry sand for each ton of iron or steel casting produced is used siddique and noumowec 2008typically suppliers of the automotive industry and its parts are the major generators of foundry sand the composition of the demolition waste varies from country to country depending greatly on the construction technique type of building age and materials employedwaste and supplementary cementitious materials in concrete characterisation properties and applications woodhead publishing series in civil and structural engineering epub books dec 20 2018 barbara cartland ltdnatural fibres as dispersed reinforcement in cement based materials may represent an interesting alternative to industrial fibres because of their good mechanical properties and inborn sustainability signature in this section the mechanical properties of natural fibre reinforced cementitious composites nfrccs will be reviewedin rafat siddique and paulo cachim eds waste and supplementary cementitious materials in concrete characterisation properties and applications woodhead publishing series in civil and structural engineering pp325 360

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