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Section I: Potential fillers and pozzolans for recycled aggregate concrete
2. Fly ash
4. Sugarcane bagasse
5. Glass powder
6. Bottom ash
7. Alkali activated materials
8. Other materials
Section II: Rheology and hydration phenomenon in concrete containing fillers and pozzolans (with case studies)
9. Filling ability and passing ability of concrete with fillers and pozzolans
10. Influence of filler and pozzolans on hydration mechanism of concrete
11. Pore distribution of concrete
12. Mineralogy of concrete
13. Water requirement for recycled concrete
Section III: mechanical and microscale nature in recycled concrete incorporating fillers and pozzolans (with case studies)
15. Strength margin in recycled concrete
16. Fracture mechanism in recycled concrete
17. Modelling strength properties of recycled concrete
18. Failure analysis in recycled concrete
Section IV: Durability of recycled aggregate concrete using pozzolans and fillers (with case studies)
19. Sorptivity and permeability of recycled concrete
20. Corrosion phenomenon in recycled concrete
21. Resistance of recycled concrete to acid attack
22. Fire resistance of recycled concrete
Section V: Issues associated with recycled concrete
23. Life cycle
24. Environmental impact
26. Cost benefits
The Structural Integrity of Recycled Aggregate Concrete Produced with Fillers and Pozzolans presents a review on the use of by-products, fillers and pozzolanic materials in the development of concrete, with an emphasis on structural integrity. The volume is broken down into key sections, including a review of the types of materials that are used as latent hydraulic supplements, fillers and pozzolans for making recycled aggregate concrete, rheology and hydration phenomenon, the mechanical and microscale nature of concrete, and the impact of fillers and pozzolans on the workability of concrete with case studies. Durability and strength development are also discussed.
The final section looks at issues such as performance effect, LCA, environmental impact, sustainability and cost benefit analysis. With detailed case studies throughout, this volume will provide useful information for all stakeholders involved in the built environment, including materials scientists, civil engineers, builders, architects and policymakers.
- Identifies several potential by-products, fillers and pozzolans for the development of durable concrete
- Acts as a guidebook for constructors and researchers working in the broad field of material science, engineering and in-situ application
- Presents the durability properties of concrete made of by-products, fillers and pozzolans
Academic and industrial researchers, materials scientists and civil engineers who are working in the development of construction materials and utilization of waste and other fine by-products in the production of concrete. Postgraduate students
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2021
- 1st October 2021
- Woodhead Publishing
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Paul Awoyera is a 2016 Commonwealth and University of Nottingham Split-site PhD Scholarship winner. He obtained his PhD in civil engineering (structures and materials) from Covenant University, Nigeria in 2018. He has previously worked as a professional civil engineer on numerous projects, covering structural design and construction, subsoil investigation, concrete waterproofing and non-destructive testing. His research interests include non-destructive testing/evaluation of reinforced concrete structures, forensic investigation of distressed structural members, and the use of recycled materials in civil engineering applications. Paul is a registered engineer with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), a member of the International Association for Engineers (IAENG), and a corporate member of the Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE). He has published over 80 articles in high-profile journals and has also served as an editor/editorial board member and reviewer for numerous international journals.
Lecturer and Research Fellow, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria
Carlos Thomas is an Associate Professor at the Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory in the Civil Engineering School of the University of Cantabria, Spain. He received his International PhD with cum Laude and Extraordinary Doctorate Award in 2013. His research activity has focused on the evaluation of construction, demolition and industry wastes for the manufacture of recycled mortars and concrete. In the last five years, he has participated as Principal Investigator in 5 R&D projects and as a researcher in another 10 R&D projects, with both public and private funding, related to recycled materials. He is the author of 20 JCR papers, one of them certified as one of the 25 most downloaded in ScienceDirect, and more than 80 congress communications and conferences. He has undertaken research stays in France, Germany, Brazil, and Portugal, and he is one of the promoters of the "Spanish Recycled Concrete Network".
Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory, Civil Engineering School, University of Cantabria, Spain
Mehmet Serkan Kırgız is currently a professor at the Trakya University, Turkey. He was previously a professor at the Gazi and Hacettepe Universities, both in Turkey. He has served as Vice Dean, Member of Faculty Management Board, Member of Department Management Board at these institutions. He has authored several peer-reviewed articles and has a national patent on cement manufacturing through the burning of marble powder and brick powder as farina. His major research interests include Ecology based Construction Materials, and Minerals of Raw and By-Product, and upcycling of by-product for sustainable development.
Professor, Istanbul University-Cerrahpașa, Avcilar, Turkey
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