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Scrap tire derived geomaterials : opportunities and challenges

Publisher: London ; New York : Taylor & Francis, ©2008.
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Scrap Tire Derived Geomaterials is a compilation of peer-reviewed papers presented at the International Workshop on Scrap Tire Derived Geomaterials (IW-TDGM 2007) in Yokosuka, Japan in March 2007. The workshop was the first ever international forum on scrap tire derived geomaterials (TDGM), bringing together people from various disciplines working in industry, academia and public sector to discuss the latest ideas  Read more...
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Hazarika, Hemanta.
Scrap Tire Derived Geomaterials - Opportunities and Challenges : Proceedings of the International Workshop IW-TDGM 2007 (Yokosuka, Japan, 23-24 March 2007).
Independence : CRC Press, ©2007
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9780203929322 0203929322 128106260X 9781281062604
OCLC Number: 183368183
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed Dec. 12, 2007).
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Table of Contents; Preface; Organization; Acknowledgements; Photographs; About the Editors; Keynote papers; A review of environmental impacts and environmental applications of shredded scrap tires; Recent Japanese experiences on scrapped tires for geotechnical applications; Special invited lectures; Reinforced lightweight tire chips-sand mixtures for bridge approach utilization; Tire derived aggregate as lightweight fill for embankments and retaining walls; Engineering characteristics of tire treads for soil reinforcement; Theme lectures. Evaluation of environmental impact of tire chips by bioassayStructural stability and flexibility during earthquakes using tyres (SAFETY) --
A novel application for seismic disaster mitigation; Use of scrap tire derived shredded geomaterials in drainage application; Change of engineering properties of cement treated clay by mixed with tire chips; Technical papers: Part 1 Mechanical properties, modeling and novel applications; Size effect on tire derived aggregate mechanical properties; Compressibility and liquefaction potential of rubber composite soils. Developing design variants while strengthening roadbed with geomaterials and scrap tires on weak soilsShaking table tests on effect of tire chips and sand mixture in increasing liquefaction resistance and mitigating uplift of pipe; Undrained cyclic shear properties of tire chip-sand mixtures; Basic properties of soil-cement slurry mixed with elastic material; Stacks of tires for earth reinforcement using their resistance to hoop tension and land reclamation methods; Shaking table test on liquefaction prevention using tire chips and sand mixture. Evaluation of effect of tire chips in the cement stabilized soil using X-ray CTSeismic response analysis of caisson quay wall reinforced with protective cushion; Characterization of engineering properties of cement treated clay with tire chips; The numerical simulation of earth pressure reduction using tire chips in backfill; Isotropic pressure loop test and constant effective stress test on used tire rubber chips; An elasto-plastic constitutive model for cement-treated clays with tire-chips; Evaluation of load bearing capacity of shredded scrap tire geomaterials. Undrained and drained shear behavior of sand and tire chips composite materialInvestigation of fracture behavior of cement stabilized soil with tire shreds; Floating structure using waste tires for water environmental remediation; An experimental study on two types of foundation block supported on soft soil; The experience of long-term performance of reinforced soil structures; Part 2: Case studies, design methods and field applications; Using waste tire-soil mixtures for embankment construction; Tire buffings --
soil liners against hydrocarbon contamination.
Responsibility: editors, Hemanta Hazarika, Kazuya Yasuhara.

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Scrap Tire Derived Geomaterials is a compilation of peer-reviewed papers presented at the International Workshop on Scrap Tire Derived Geomaterials (IW-TDGM 2007) in Yokosuka, Japan in March 2007. The workshop was the first ever international forum on scrap tire derived geomaterials (TDGM), bringing together people from various disciplines working in industry, academia and public sector to discuss the latest ideas and development in the field, and disseminating information about experiments, numerical modeling, design and practical applications related to scrap tire derived geomaterials (TDGM). In recent years emerging geomaterials derived from scrap tires have been receiving increasing attention and gaining acceptance as suitable and alternative geomaterials worldwide, since they provide cost-effective solutions to many practical problems. This book presents current research and describes advances. It reflects the international significance of such recycle materials and discusses the use of whole tires, tire shreds and tire chips, as well as tire chips mixed with soils and/or treated materials. The book also includes discussion about the geoenvironmental impact and assessment, with case studies, novel concepts and field applications. It also contains information pertaining to mechanical properties and modeling.

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