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Concrete recycling : research and practice

Author: François de Larrard; Horacio Colina
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The concrete industry consumes thirty billion tons of aggregate annually, almost all from non-renewable natural sources. Demolition produces a growing amount of materials which are legally usable and readily available. If not used locally they must be transported and landfilled. Also, demolition generally takes place close to new construction sites: recycling promotes shorter transportation distances, a must for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, [2019]
(DLC) 2019006785
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: François de Larrard; Horacio Colina
ISBN: 9781351052818 1351052810 9781351052801 1351052802 9781351052795 1351052799 9781351052825 1351052829
OCLC Number: 1089125999
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction (F. de Larrard/H. Colina). Recycled aggregates (S. Decreuse). Binder incorporating recycled concrete fraction (L. Izoret). Recycled concrete from production to hardening stages (E. Garcia-Diaz). Properties of hardened recycled concrete (P. Rougeau). Mix-design of recycled concrete (T. Sedran). Reinforced recycled concrete (B. Foure). Experimental construction sites (P. Dantec). Sustainability of concrete recycling (A. Feraille). Implementation of concrete recycling (W. Pillard). Conclusion: concrete towards the circular economy (F. de Larrard/H. Colina).
Other Titles: Concrete recycling (CRC Press)
Responsibility: edited by François de Larrard and Horacio Colina.

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"The concrete industry consumes thirty billion tons of aggregate annually, almost all from non-renewable natural sources. Demolition produces a growing amount of materials which are legally usable and readily available. If not used locally they must be transported and landfilled. Also, demolition generally takes place close to new construction sites: recycling promotes shorter transportation distances, a must for improving the overall environmental footprint of the construction world. This book encompasses all aspects of this current trend: - How recycled aggregates are obtained and their properties. - Improving their quality through phase selection or separation. - Incorporating concrete from demolition into the cement production process and the properties of the product obtained. - What are the properties of concrete incorporating recycled concrete aggregates at various replacement levels, throughout the lifecycle of the material, from the fresh state to the long-term, including durability and fire. - How recycled concrete can be optimised for various uses. - How this new structural material can be managed in reinforced concrete construction. - Solid experience from a series of experimental sites, and drawing on the Recybéton project, which lasted more than 5 years and gathered about 50 partners (from both academia and industry). - Specific issues in recycled concrete quality control. - National practices in the most advanced countries, and the main national and European standards. - Achieving a sustainable process"--

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