Advances in Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling: Management, Processing and Environmental Assessment is divided over three parts. Part One focuses on the management of construction and demolition waste, including estimation of quantities and the use of BIM and GIS tools. Part Two reviews the processing of recycled aggregates, along with the performance of concrete mixtures using different types of recycled aggregates. Part Three looks at the environmental assessment of non-hazardous waste.
This book will be a standard reference for civil engineers, structural engineers, architects and academic researchers working in the field of construction and demolition waste.
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Table of Contents
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
AuthorsF. Pacheco-Torgal C-TAC Research Centre, University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal. Dr. F. Pacheco Torgal is a Principal Investigator at the University of Minho in Portugal. He holds the title of Counsellor at the Portuguese Engineers Association. He is a member of the editorial boards for nine international journals. Over the last 10 years he has participated in the research decision for more than 460 papers and has also acted as a Foreign Expert on the evaluation of 22 PhD thesis. Over the last 10 years he has also been a Member of the Scientific Committees for more than 60 conferences, most of them held in Asian countries. He is also a grant assessor for several scientific institutions in 15 countries, including the UK, US, Netherlands, China, France, Australia, Kazakhstan, Belgium, Spain, Czech Republic, Chile, Saudi Arabia, UA. Emirates, Croatia, Poland, and the EU Commission. In the last 10 years, he reviewed more than 70 research projects. Francesco Colangelo Department of Engineering
University Parthenope of Naples
Research Unit Parthenope - INSTM - National Interuniversity
Consortium of Materials Science and Technology
Centro Direzionale, Isola
Naples, Italy.. Francesco Colangelo is a Full Professor of Materials Science and Technology at the Parthenope University of Naples in Italy. His main research work covers the recycling of waste materials in concrete especially for?geo-environmental and civil engineering applications?and the application of life cycle assessment methodology in the preparation of innovative building materials. Rabin Tuladhar Associate Professor and Head of Engineering in the College of Science and Engineering, James Cook University, Australia.. Dr. Rabin Tuladhar is an Associate Professor and Head of Engineering in the College of Science and Engineering at James Cook University, Australia. He served as Director of Engineering Studies (2018-2020) and Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching (ADLT) (2012-2018) for the College of Science and Engineering.
He is a Civil Engineer, with specialization in Concrete and Structure Engineering. He has established close collaborations with local industries to conduct translational research in the areas of sustainable and innovative construction materials, durability of structures, rehabilitation of aged infrastructure and structural health monitoring. Yining Ding State Key Laboratory of Coastal and Offshore Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China. 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.