Paper Title
Mechanical properties of M25 & M30 Grade Light weight Concrete with Quarry dust as Replacement

Concrete may be a non-natural material utilized in the building construction consists of aggregates that is secure along by cement and water. The opposite major a part of concrete besides the cement is that the combination of aggregates embrace sand, crushed stone, gravel, slag, ashes, burned sedimentary rock, and burned clay. Fine combination refers to the dimensions of combination utilized in creating concrete slabs and sleek surfaces. Coarse combination is employed for large structures or sections of cement. Concrete is classified into 2 that are standard concrete, and light-weight concrete. Each concrete shows totally different properties and usage. Generally, standard concrete has a density of regarding 2300 kg/m3, whereas light-weight concrete has a density between 300 kg/m3 and 1800 kg/m3. During this experimental study, the result of quarry dust in lightweight weight concrete in terms of compressive strength and flexural strength had been targeted. There have been 54 numbers of cubes with dimension of 150x 150 x 150 millimetre and twelve numbers of beams with dimension of a 100 x 100 x 150 millimetre being thought-about. Sample with third, 20% and 40% of quarry dirt in terms of sand mass is replaced for M25 and M30 grade concrete. All samples were cured in water activity. The cube-shaped samples were used as compression takes a look at specimens to see the compressive strength at the age of 3, 7, 14 and 28 days. Keywords - Crushed stone, Burned shale, Burned clay, Light weight concrete, Conventional Concrete.