Feasibility study of cementtreated 0–8 mm recycled

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Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled ...

2018-6-10  Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste as road base layer I. Del Rey Construction Engineering, University of Cordoba, UCO-Ed. Leonardo Da Vinci – Campus of Rabanales, 14071 Cordoba, Spain , J. Ayuso Construction Engineering, University of Cordoba, UCO-Ed.

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(PDF) Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled ...

Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste as road base layer November 2015 Road Materials and Pavement Design 17(3):1-15

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Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled ...

Recently, both nationally and internationally, cement-treated granular materials (CTGMs) have been widely used as road base layer. However, all the researches on CTGM with recycled aggregates (RA) are limited to the coarse fraction, with a size range of 0–40 mm. In Spain, one of the recycled materials most commonly produced in construction and demolition waste (CDW) treatment plants is a ...

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(PDF) Feasibility study of cement-stabilized materials ...

Feasibility study of cement-stabilized materials using 100% mixed recycled aggregates from perspectives of mechanical properties and microstructure ... 0-9.5 mm fine aggregates and (b) 9.5-31.5 mm ...

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Feasibility study of cement-stabilized materials using 100 ...

The research on the highly efficient reutilization of mixed recycled aggregates (MRA) produced from construction and demolition waste has attracted significant attention globally. In this study, the feasibility of using 100% MRA in cement-stabilized materials was investigated. The mechanical properties and microstructures of cement-stabilized MRA (CSMRA) materials containing 100% MRA were ...

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Comparative study on resilient modulus of natural and post ...

Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste as road base layer Road Mater. Pavement Design , 17 ( 2016 ) , pp. 678 - 692 , 10.1080/14680629.2015.1108221

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Feasibility Study of Using Modified Recycled Fiber-Cement ...

The aim of this work is to study the feasibility of recycling the rejected fiber-cement composites as the filler in the fiber-cement mixture for producing the new fiber-cement composites. The rejected fiber-cement composites were ground and mixed with ordinary Portland cement (OPC), sand, cellulose fiber, and the dissolving agent which was a chemical prepared from the proprietary blend of ...

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Performance Evaluation of Recycled Asphalt Mixtures ...

2020-7-23  Construction and demolition waste contain large amount of concrete and bricks. To identify its feasibility of applying in asphalt stabilized gravel mixtures as pavement base, this paper carried out researches on properties of recycled asphalt mixture (RAM) by laboratory testing, under different contents of recycled aggregates (RA) and proportions of bricks to concrete.

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Table 4.8 from Cement treated recycled crushed concrete ...

Table 4.8 Estimation models for the UCS, Estatic and Edynamic of CTMiGr - "Cement treated recycled crushed concrete and masonry aggregates for pavements"

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Recycling carbon dioxide into concrete: a feasibility study

The feasibility of recycling carbon dioxide into concretes through their curing processes was investigated. The CO 2 uptake capacities of four commonly used concrete building products: masonry ...

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Comparative study on resilient modulus of natural and post ...

Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste as road base layer Road Mater. Pavement Design , 17 ( 2016 ) , pp. 678 - 692 , 10.1080/14680629.2015.1108221

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Parametric study on cement treated aggregate panel under ...

2018-2-1  Feasibility study of cement-treated 0–8 mm recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste as road base layer J. Road Mater. Pavement Des. , 17 ( 3 ) ( 2015 ) , pp. 678 - 692

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Study of the Technical Feasibility of Increasing the ...

2017-7-18  This study examines the feasibility of incorporating two types of concrete waste, which currently end up in landfill, into the production process of ready-mix concrete: the waste generated during the initial production stage (ready-mix concrete waste), and waste created when demolition waste is treated to obtain artificial aggregate.

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Feasibility of manufacturing ultra-high performance

Feasibility of manufacturing ultra-high performance cement-based composites (UHPCCs) with recycled sand: A preliminary study Jinyang Jianga,⇑, Wenjing Zhoua, Yun Gaoa, Liguo Wanga, Fengjuan Wanga, Hong-yan Chub, Guangyuan Xua, Brecht Vandevyverec, Zeger Sierensc, Jiabin Lic a Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Construction Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Southeast

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Feasibility of Using Recycled Combined Construction and ...

The use of construction and demolition (CD) waste in road construction has been an important and challenging issue in recent years. In this research, geotechnical characteristics of recycled combined construction and demolition waste (RCCDW) at Fooladshahr (located in the Isfahan province, Iran) are studied to determine whether they are an appropriate candidate in road base and subbase.

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Feasibility study on the volume reduction of radioactive ...

2021-8-1  The reason was the grinding medium with a diameter of 20–40 mm crushed the aggregate into a fine fraction because the density and strength of the grinding ball were higher than those of the aggregate with a general diameter of less than 25 mm. Non-contaminated aggregates were being ground into a fine powder that is indistinguishable from ground cement powders by a 1 mm sieve, thus

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The feasibility of using treated industrial wastewater to ...

2018-9-17  The compressive strength of concrete sample produced using treated industrial wastewater decreased by 8.7%; however, the results complied with BS EN 1008. The results of final setting time of cement paste made with treated industrial wastewater had 17 min delay related to using drinking water. Nonetheless, the results satisfy ASTMC191‐13.

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(PDF) Feasibility study of manufacturing concrete eco ...

Sustainable Development and Planning IV, Vol. 2 845 Feasibility study of manufacturing concrete eco-blocks using marble sludge powder as raw materials F. J. Aukour Faculty of Natural Resources and Environment, The Hashemite University, Jordan Abstract Marble waste, in the form of sludge obtained from the marble cutting industry, was incorporated in the mixture formulations of concrete block.

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Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete Aggregates

2021-4-15  Experimental Study on Recycled Concrete Aggregates Zidan 4Ahmed1, Syed Khaja Yaser Ali2, ... percentages is used for preparing fresh concrete (0%, 25%, 50%, 75% 100%). The compressive strength of ... and recycled concrete and masonry as aggregates in concrete. It concluded that, it focuses on known benefits ...

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A case study on the viability of using increased ...

2021-5-3  A 75% replacement of coarse-RCA that enabled the elimination of 0.534 m 3 of CD waste per each m 3 of new concrete yielded 50.83 MPa compressive strength; indicating success for acquiring desired strength for structural concrete manufacture targeted this study, even with the use of real and damaged RCA aged in North Cyprus conditions for 25 years.

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Recent Progress in Materials Feasibility Study on the ...

2021-6-2  Depending on the availability of aggregate sources pertaining to their geographic locations, the concrete industry utilizes conventional aggregates such as marine sand, dredged gravel, or crushed rocks. This method requires high energy and high processing costs for washing and grinding. The objective of this work is to use Modified Ferro silicate slag (MFS), a by-product obtained from the ...

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Properties of concrete with thermal treated recycled ...

2020-6-18  aggregates. The fractions 0.125-2 mm and 2-4 mm were not used in this study. The recycled material was mixed in different compositions with new cement and aggregates. For the recycled cement six different cement mixtures were made, including a reference. The ratio of recycled to new cement was 0/100 (reference), 10/90, 25/75 with 3 different ...

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(PDF) Feasibility study of manufacturing concrete eco ...

Sustainable Development and Planning IV, Vol. 2 845 Feasibility study of manufacturing concrete eco-blocks using marble sludge powder as raw materials F. J. Aukour Faculty of Natural Resources and Environment, The Hashemite University, Jordan Abstract Marble waste, in the form of sludge obtained from the marble cutting industry, was incorporated in the mixture formulations of concrete block.

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THE FEASIBILITY OF USING WASHED MUNICIPAL SOLID

2020-9-21  THE FEASIBILITY OF USING WASHED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE INCINERATOR BOTTOM ASH IN COMPRESSED ... This study used type I Portland cement with a specific gravity of 3.15 and a Blaine fineness of 3,851 cm2/g. The ... Water 122.9 147.4 117.0 140.4 66.8 83.8 100.8

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Evaluation of Cement and Fly Ash Treated Recycled

2011-11-29  Evaluation of Cement and Fly Ash Treated Recycled Asphalt Pavement and Aggregates for Base Construction 5. Report Date December 2011 6. Performing Organization Code LTRC Project Number: 09-2C State Project Number: 736-99-1586 7. Author(s) Tyson D. Rupnow, Patrick Icenogle, and Scott Reech 8. Performing Organization Report No. 9.

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Key Engineering Materials Vol. 879 Scientific.Net

The effect of incorporating the recycled PET fiber on various volume fractions of concrete by 0.5%, 1%, and 1.5% of weight of cement were experimentally investigated. The test specimens comprising of cubes and beams were prepared and tested at 3, 7, 14 and 28 days after curing process completed.

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Feasibility study on recycled vegetable oil waste and ...

2021-1-5  The application of reclaimed asphalt pavement has been widely encouraged due to its significant economic and environmental benefits. However, it is necessary to add rejuvenators to ensure its performance. Currently, bio-oil-based regenerants have attracted attention owing to their advantages of renewability and cost savings. The purpose of this paper is to study the use of recycled vegetable ...

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Feasibility of Using Unbound Mixed Recycled Aggregates ...

Social awareness aims to increase practical skills, such as sustainable development, which seeks to increase the use of different types of waste in construction activities. Although insufficient attention is sometimes given to these actions, it is essential to spread information regarding new studies in the field of waste recycling

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Experimental study on chemical activation of recycled ...

2016-12-19  materials must reach 0.1 MPa within 8 to 10 h and above 3.0 MPa in 28 d. The initial setting time of the filler must quickly control roof settling [25]. All of these requirements differ from those of concrete preparation on cementitious material. Thus, this study first analyzed the physicochemical properties of the recycled

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Materials Free Full-Text Extrusion-Based Additive ...

Additive manufacturing with cement-based materials needs sound approaches for the direct, seamless integration of reinforcement into structural and non-structural elements during their fabrication. Mineral-impregnated Carbon-Fibre (MCF) composites represent a new type of non-corrosive reinforcement that offers great potential in this regard.

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