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- WELCOME. WASTE & RECYCLED MATERIAL IN CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY Presented By SABINA NARAYANAN.P.
- Handbook of Recycled Concrete and Demolition Waste
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- Properties of Concrete with Recycled Concrete Aggregate Containing Metallurgical Sludge Waste
The recycling of end-of-life concrete into new concrete is one of the most interesting options for reducing worldwide natural resources use and emissions associated with the building materials sector. On-site reuse of clean silica aggregate from old concrete saves natural resources and reduces transport and dust, while the re-use of the calcium-rich cement paste has the potential to cut carbon dioxide emissions in the production of new cement by a factor of two.
WELCOME. WASTE & RECYCLED MATERIAL IN CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY Presented By SABINA NARAYANAN.P.
Sand has been considered to be something of an immeasurable quantity. There are many indications that this view is no longer valid and that the limiting of natural aggregates usage is doubly justified. Firstly, the extraction of natural aggregates is expensive and has a huge impact on the environment. The main issues in sand and gravel mining are the large areas that are affected, ground water level changes, illegal mining, unsuitability of desert and marine sand, and costs of transport. Secondly, metallurgical waste can be used as a substitute for natural aggregates. This is doubly beneficial—the waste is recycled and the use of natural aggregates is reduced. Waste is stored in landfills that take up large areas and there is also the possibility of ground and groundwater pollution by hazardous compounds.
The widespread use of this material has led to continuous developments such as ultra-high strength concrete and self-compacting concrete. By drawing together information and data from various fields and sources, Recycled Aggregate in Concrete: Use of Industrial, Construction and Demolition Waste provides full coverage of this subject. Divided into two parts, a compilation of varied literature data related to the use of various types of industrial waste as aggregates in concrete is followed by a discussion of the use of construction and demolition waste as aggregate in concrete. The properties of the aggregates and their effect on various concrete properties are presented, and the quantitative procedure to estimate the properties of concrete containing construction and demolition waste as aggregates is explained. Current codes and practices developed in various countries to use construction and demolition waste as aggregates in concrete and issues related to the sustainability of cement and concrete production are also discussed. The collected data will also be an essential reference for practicing engineers who face problems concerning the use of these materials in concrete production. One of his main research fields is the use of recycled aggregates in mortar and concrete production, within the Sustainable Construction general framework.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Authors: de Brito , Jorge, Saikia , Nabajyoti. Concrete is the most used man-made material in the world since its invention. The widespread use of this material has led to continuous developments such as ultra-high strength concrete and self-compacting concrete. Recycled Aggregate in Concrete: Use of Industrial, Construction and Demolition Waste focuses on the recent development which the use of various types of recycled waste materials as aggregate in the production of various types of concrete. By drawing together information and data from various fields and sources, Recycled Aggregate in Concrete: Use of Industrial, Construction and Demolition Waste provides full coverage of this subject.
Handbook of Recycled Concrete and Demolition Waste
Recycled-aggregate concrete containing fly ash is an example of construction material in harmony with this concept, whereby sustainable construction.
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Properties of Concrete with Recycled Concrete Aggregate Containing Metallurgical Sludge Waste
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Moriconi Published A judicious use of natural resources, achieved by the use of by-products and recyclable materials, and a lower environmental impact, achieved through reduced carbon dioxide emission and reduced natural aggregate extraction from quarries; represent two main actions that meet the needs for sustainable construction development.
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Due to the demand for new urban construction, its repair, and its maintenance, the concrete and construction enterprises continue to grow, as do their use of finite natural resources. The industry is now under pressure to seek ways to minimize the use of rapidly depleting natural resources. Effective utilization of various waste materials, often found in abundance, may be the key as they not only ward off deleterious environmental hazards, but they have also been known to produce wealth by adding value through ecology. Recycled Waste Materials in Concrete Construction: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a detailed scholarly resource that discusses different types of industrial, agricultural, and natural wastes that are either currently in use in the concrete industry or demonstrate potential for future use and how they can be used as additives or replacements for cement and other construction materials. Highlighting topics such as engineering properties, material durability, and raw materials, this books targets engineers, construction professionals, contractors, consulting firms, government officials, cement and waste material industries, policymakers, academicians, and researchers.
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This volume presents part of the proceedings of two symposia held under the umbrella of Advances in Waste Management , an international meeting organised by the University of Dundee's Concrete Technology Unit. Back to Book Listing. Buy this book in print. Key: Open access content Subscribed content Free content Trial content. Authors: Ravindra K. Dhir , Moray D. Newlands and Judith L.