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Recycled Concrete. Technologies and Performance. Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering

  • Book
  • November 2022
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5597144
Recycled Concrete: Technologies and Performance presents the latest technologies that can be applied to produce high and consistent quality recycled aggregate for use in structural concrete, and in alternative binders like Geopolymer and other types of concrete. The book discusses the lifecycle assessment of implementing sustainable construction technologies and evaluates the environmental impacts of recycled concrete in construction applications. It covers their use in the production of durable recycled concrete, their reduced environmental impact, quality improvement techniques, and more, making it valuable and relevant for civil and structural engineers, recycle industry managers, ready-mix and precast concrete producers and researchers.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. Production of cement and its environmental impact

3. Industrial and Agro-waste materials for use in Recycled Concrete

4. Recycled aggregate and its properties

5. Quality improvement technologies

6. Recycled concrete for structural applications

7. Recycled concrete for non-structural applications

8. Durability of recycled concrete

9. Alternative binders High volume bauxite red mud alkali activated cements and concretes.

10. Life cycle assessment for structural and non-structural concrete

11. Asset management of recycled concrete applications

Authors

Vivian W. Y. Tam Professor, School of Built Environment, Western Sydney University, Australia. Professor Vivian W. Y. Tam is the Associate Dean (Research and HDR), Associate Dean (International) and Discipline Leader (Construction Management) at School of Built Environment, Western Sydney University, Australia. She is nominated to the College of Expert, Australian Research Council, Australian Government. She received her Ph.D. in sustainable construction from the Department of Building and Construction at City University of Hong Kong. Her research interests are in the areas of environmental management in construction and sustainable development. She is currently the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Construction Management and Editor of Construction and Building Materials. Mahfooz Soomro Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Built Environment, Western Sydney University, Penrith, Australia. Dr. Soomro is working as Visiting Research Fellow at Western Sydney University School of Built Environment with c. Dr Soomro received his PhD from University of Salford, Manchester, U.K. He was Associate Professor with the Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Pakistan in 1983-85. He worked as Senior Scientist with Heidelberg Cement in Germany (2008-2011) and as Deputy General Manager (R&D) with State Cement Corporation, Ministry of Production, Government of Pakistan (1988-1994). Ana Evangelista Lecturer and Researcher, School of Civil Engineering, Engineering Institute of Technology, Perth, Australia. Dr Evangelista is a Civil Engineer, Lecturer at the Engineering Institute of Technology (Perth). Her research in Australia has been focused on sustainability in construction and engineering materials. PhD research was mostly concentrated on non-destructive tests to evaluate concrete structures. In 1997, she started her academic career coordinating and teaching units at the School of Civil Engineering at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Additionally, she managed the Construction Materials Laboratory providing external consultancy to the Construction Engineering sector. In 2008, she joined the Environmental Engineering Program at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) conducting research and supervising higher degree students investigating eco-friendly engineering materials. From 2016 to 2019 she worked as a visiting research fellow with Professor Vivian Tam in the area of recycled concrete at Western Sydney University / School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics.