Journal of
Civil Engineering and Construction Technology

  • Abbreviation: J. Civ. Eng. Constr. Technol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2634
  • DOI: 10.5897/JCECT
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 139

Full Length Research Paper

Study of physico-mechanical properties of concretes based on palm kernel shells originating from the locality of Haut Nkam in Cameroon

Serge Gaston Ngagoum
  • Serge Gaston Ngagoum
  • Mechanical Laboratory, University of Douala, Cameroon.
  • Google Scholar
Didier Fokwa
  • Didier Fokwa
  • Mechanical Laboratory, University of Douala, Cameroon.
  • Google Scholar
Gilbert Tchemou
  • Gilbert Tchemou
  • Mechanical Laboratory, University of Douala, Cameroon.
  • Google Scholar
Evrard Maxime
  • Evrard Maxime
  • Laboratory of Building Materials, University of Liège, Belgium.
  • Google Scholar


  •  Received: 22 October 2019
  •  Accepted: 08 January 2020
  •  Published: 31 May 2020

References

Adinkrah KA, Asamoah MA, Osei JB (2018). Structural Lightweight PKS Concrete without the use of Supplementary Cementing Materials. Journal of Structural Technology 3(2):1-15.

 

Alengaram UJ, Mahmud H, Jumaat MZ (2011). Enhancement and prediction of modulus of elasticity of palm kernel shell concrete. Materials and Design 32(4):2143-2148.
Crossref

 

Alengaram UJ, Muhit BAA, Jumaat MZB (2013). Utilization of oil palm kernel shell as lightweight aggregate in concrete - A review. Construction and Building Materials 38:161-172.
Crossref

 

Aslam M, Shafigh P, Alizadeh MN, Jumaat MZ (2017). Manufacturing of high-strength lightweight aggregate concrete using blended coarse lightweight aggregates. Journal of Building Engineering 13:53-62.
Crossref

 

Baite E, Messan A, Hannawi K, Prince W, Tsobnang F (2016). Experimental study of the physico-mechanical properties of mortars based on clinker aggregates of mineral coal. Afrique Science. 12(2):182-192.

 

Bur N (2012). Study of the physico-chemical characteristics of new eco-friendly concretes for their resistance to the environment in the context of sustainable development. University of Strasbourg.

 

CIRAD (2014). Villages of palm oil and artisanal palm oil in Cameroon.

 

Gibigaye M, Godonou GF, Katte R, Degan G (2017). Structured mixture proportioning for oil palm kernel shell concrete. Case Studies in Construction Materials 6:219-224.
Crossref

 

Ke Y (2008-2009). Characterization of the mechanical behavior of lightweight aggregate concrete: experience and modeling. Thesis of the University of Cergy-Pontoise T.

 

Mannan MA, Ganapathy C (2002). Engineering properties of concrete with oil palm shell as coarse aggregate. Construction and Building Materials 16(1):29-34.
Crossref

 

Neville AM (2011). Properties of Concrete. London: Pearson.

 

Olanipekun EA, Olusola KO, Ata O (2006). A comparative study of concrete properties using coconut shell and palm kernel shell as coarse aggregates. Building and Environment 41:297-301.
Crossref

 

Okafor FO (1988). Palm kernel shell as a lightweight aggregate for concrete. Cement and Concrete Research. 18(6):901-910.
Crossref

 

ONU (2014). World Urbanization Prospects: The 2014 Revision, United Nations, New York. 

 

Oti OP, Nwaigwe KN, Okereke NAA (2017). Assessment of palm kernel shell as a composite aggregate in concrete. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal 19(2):34-41.

 

Shink M (2003). Elastic compatibility, mechanical behavior and optimization of lightweight aggregate concrete. Laval.

 

Singh M, Siddique R (2014). Strength properties and micro-structural properties of concrete containing coal bottom ash as partial replacement of fine aggregate. Construction and Building Materials 50(2014):246-256.
Crossref

 

Teo DCL, Mannan MA, Kurian VJ, (2010). Durability of lightweight OPS concrete under different curing conditions. Materials and Structures 43(1-2):1-13.
Crossref

 

Traore YB, Messan A, Hannawi K, Gerard J, Prince W, Tsobnang F (2018). Effect of oil palm shell treatment on the physical and mechanical properties of lightweight concrete. Construction and Building Materials 161:452-460.
Crossref

 

Yusuf IT, Jimoh YA, Salami WA (2016). An appropriate relationship between flexural strength and compressive strength of palm kernel shell concrete. Alexandria Engineering Journal 55:1553-1562.
Crossref