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Adhesion Problems in the Recycling of Concrete

by Pieter C. Kreijger

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Surfaces (Physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Pieter C. Kreijger
    SeriesNato Conference Series -- 4, NATO conference series -- 4.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA404.6
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27014459M
    ISBN 101461583128
    ISBN 109781461583127
    OCLC/WorldCa859155343

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Adhesion Problems in the Recycling of Concrete by Pieter C. Kreijger Download PDF EPUB FB2

The translation of this general problem into terms of materials science is possible by forming clear ideas of adhesion and cohesion: the whole process of demolition, fragmentation, and recycling or re-use of concrete is to break the bonding forces between atoms and molecules and to form new bonds across the interfaces of various particles of.

Workshop 2 - Recycling of concrete (aggregates for use in concrete).- Introductory lecture: Crushed concrete as concrete aggregate.- Minutes of workshop Report on workshop Contributions.- Classification of recycled aggregate, proposed in the Netherlands.- Fragmentation and recycling of reinforced concrete.

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Adhesion problems in the recycling of concrete: proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Institute, November, Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse, France Series NATO conference series. 6, Materials science, 4Author: P.C.

Kreijger. Tabor D. () Principles of Adhesion — Bonding in Cement and Concrete. In: Kreijger P.C. (eds) Adhesion Problems in the Recycling of Concrete. Nato Conference Series, vol 4. States, in Adhesion Problems in the Recycling of Concrete, (ed.

Kreijger, P.C.) NATO Conference Series IV (Materials Science), Plenum Press, New York, pp. This chapter focuses on the life-cycle assessment (LCA) of aggregates obtained by recycling of demolished concrete – recycled concrete aggregates (RCA), and concrete made with such aggregates – recycled aggregate concrete (RAC).

It includes methodological aspects, such as the treatment of allocation in the case of concrete recycling. Recycled Concrete Aggregate At-A-Glance. When a concrete sidewalk, road, parking lot, or structure needs to be excavated and replaced, the concrete is often discarded into a landfill.

Because chunks of concrete are not biodegradable and are unable to decompose over time, the waste takes up a great deal of space and creates environmental concerns. In particular, the concrete-fibers adhesion and the global behavior of this fiber-reinforced concrete were observed in order to evaluate the possibility of more thorough investigation in the future.

A solution to be better investigated in future studies is the use of plasma to improve the bond between the polymers and concrete (adherence). Adhesion of Recycled Concrete Aggregates, Demolition Debris, and Asphalt. Petroleum Science and Technology: Vol. 32, No. 21, pp.

To study and evaluate the adhesion between recycled concrete aggregate and asphalt, the contact angles (CAs) between droplet (water and ethanol) and recycled concrete aggregate (RCA), natural aggregates, and solid bitumen (matrix asphalt, SBS modified asphalt) were tested via the sessile drop method with an optical microscope.

The surface free energy was then calculated. Conditions for a sustainable process of recycling old concrete to produce new concrete are nearly similar with that claiming for other industrial products. This chapter focuses on specificities of concrete. The first one is the fact that this material is the most widely used in the world.

"While concrete is the most commonly used construction material on earth, it is also the biggest in terms of environmental impact," said Yahya "Gino" Kurama, a professor of civil and environmental. The research is to study how the recycled concrete aggregate be produced and its application.

Besides that, the research also to examine the implementation problem for recycling concrete or aggregate in Malaysia construction industry. OBJECTIVE. 1) To define the method of recycling aggregate for use in concrete. The reclamation, disposal and recycling of asbestos-containing material (ACM) Recycling cement asbestos for the production of concrete.

Recycling cement asbestos in geopolymers. Future trends. Chapter Remediation processes for wood treated with organic and/or inorganic preservatives. Abstract: Introduction. the adhesion between tire rubber particles and other constituent concrete materials may be improved by pretreatment of the aggregates of magnesium oxychloride tire rubber.

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SAKRETE offers its Concrete Crack Filler, which is ready-to-use and suitable for interior or exterior concrete surfaces. paper, and metals. Concrete rubble usually constitutes the largest proportion of C&D waste. It has been shown that crushed concrete rubble, after separation from other C&D waste and sieved, can be used as a substitute for natural coarse aggregates in concrete or as a sub-base or a.

Asphalt pavement production consists of mixing sand and aggregate with asphalt or bitumen. The process produces a hot, concrete mix that is laid on road surfaces. It is a common industry practice to mix in recycled asphalt paving with the new concrete mix. However, some problems could surface with the use of recycled asphalt paving.Honolulu is a most beautiful place, suitable for all occa­ sions.

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