1. Introduction to the recycling of construction and demolition waste
PART I MANAGING CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE
2. Estimation of construction and demolition waste
3. An economic analysis of the processing technologies in CDW recycling platforms
4. Management of demolition waste
5. Management of end-of-life gypsum in a circular economy
6. The Effects of Data Collection method and monitoring of workers' behavior on the generation of demolition waste Koutamanis
7. Building information modeling for construction and demolition waste minimizatio
8. Identifying areas under potential risk of illegal construction and demolition waste dumping using GIS tools.
PART II PROCESSING, AND APPLICATIONS OF RECYCLED AGGREGATES FROM CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE
9. Influence of the pretreatment of recycled aggregates
10. Recycled aggregates (RAs) for roads
11. Recycled aggregates (RAs) for asphalt materials
12. Self-compacting concrete with recycled aggregates
13. The suitability of concrete using recycled aggregates (RAs) for high-performance concrete
14. Influence of curing conditions on recycled aggregate concrete
15. Long term performance of recycled aggregate concrete (adiado)
16. Performance of concrete based on recycled brick aggregate
17. Recycled Household Ceramic Waste in Eco-efficient Cement: A case study
18. Self-healing concrete with recycled aggregates
19. Use of construction and demolition waste (CDW) for alkali-activated or geopolymer concrete
PART III ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AFFECTING RECYCLED AGGREGATES FROM CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE
20. Detection of asbestos in CDW
21. Leaching performance of recycled aggregates
22. Life cycle assessment of non-hazardous Construction and Demolition Waste
23. Radioactivity of construction and demolition waste
24. A environmental assessment model of construction waste reduction management
25. LCA of masonry blocks with recycled aggregates
26. Use of LCA and LCC for decision between downcycling versus recycling of construction and demolition waste
The ability to recycle and reuse concrete and demolition waste is critical to reducing environmental impacts of these materials as well as meeting national, regional and global environmental standards. Comprehensive and authoritative in its coverage, Handbook of Recycled Concrete and Demolition Waste, Second Edition, follows closely the tradition of the First Edition as well as the other books in the Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering by providing the latest research in the field. This revised Handbook discusses environmental and safety issues such as the removal of gypsum, asbestos and alkali-silica reaction (ASR) concrete, as well as life-cycle analysis of concrete with recycled aggregates. New chapters concerning construction and demolition waste reuse and BIM for waste reduction are also included.
Written by an international group of contributors, this Handbook considers the latest techniques for managing construction and demolition waste, including waste management plans, ways of estimating levels of waste, the types and optimal location of waste recycling plants and the economics of managing construction and demolition waste. In this Handbook, the Editors discuss conventional demolition and construction techniques before offering expert advice regarding the preparation, refinement and quality control of concrete aggregates produced from waste. It also allows for the assessment of the mechanical properties, strength and durability of concrete made using recycled aggregates. Civil Engineers and Material Scientist and Researchers will find Handbook of Recycled Concrete and Demolition Waste, Second Edition, a valuable guide to the latest research in the use of recycled aggregates such as pavements, high-performance concrete and alkali-activated or geopolymer cements.
- Summarises key recent research in recycling and reusing concrete and demolition waste to reduce environmental impacts and meet national, regional and global environmental targets
- Considers techniques for managing construction and demolition waste, including waste management plans, ways of estimating levels of waste, the types and optimal location of waste recycling plants
- Reviews key steps in handling construction and demolition waste
Civil Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Construction Engineers and Construction Managers
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- 1st January 2020
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F.Pacheco Torgal is a Principal Investigator at C-TAC Research Centre, University of Minho. He holds the Counsellor title of the Portuguese Engineers Association. Authored almost 350 publications some that were cited by Highly Cited authors (SCI h-index>60) and in high impact factor journals like Nature Reviews Mat. (IF=52), Nature Energy (IF=47), Progress in Mater. Science (I.F=24), Physics Reports (IF=20) and Nature Climate Change (I.F=19). Citations received in ISI WoS journals-2819 (h-index=29), citations received in Scopus journals- 3580 (h-index=31). Citations prediction for the year 2029 (around 5.500 citations on WoS, 7.500 on Scopus (already has 7000 MR, h=45) and 16.000 citations on scholar google). Member of the editorial board of 9 international journals, 4 referenced on the Web of Science and three referenced on Scopus. Grant assessor for several scientific institutions in 14 countries, UK, US, Netherlands, China, France, Australia, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Belgium, Spain, Czech Republic, Saudi Arabia, UA.Emirates, Poland and also the EU Commission. Invited reviewer for 133 international journals for which he reviewed so far almost 900 papers. Lead Editor of 19 international books (9 being on the Master Book List of Web of Science).
Senior Researcher, C-TAC Research Centre, University of Minho, Portugal
Yining Ding is Professor in the Institute of Structural Engineering at Dalian University of Technology, China. He has published over 100 papers in three languages.
Dalian University of Technology, China
Francesco Colangelo is an Associate Professor of “Innovative Materials for Civil Engineering” and “Materials Engineering” at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
University of Naples Parthenope, Italy
Rabin Tuladhar is an Associate Professor and Associate Dean Learning and Teaching (ADLT) at the College of Science and Engineering, James Cook University, Australia.
Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Studies, James Cook University, Australia
Alexander Koutamanis is an Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology. He is also an executive board member of the LDE Centre for BOLD Cities.
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands