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Publikācija: Application of Recycled Concrete Aggregates Containing Waste Glass Powder/Suspension and Bottom Ash as a Cement Component in Concrete

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Application of Recycled Concrete Aggregates Containing Waste Glass Powder/Suspension and Bottom Ash as a Cement Component in Concrete
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Autori Patricija Kara
Atslēgas vārdi Recycled concrete aggregates, Waste glass, Wood/Coal bottom ash, Hydration temperature, Mechanical properties
Anotācija The growing environmental concerns and the increasing scarcity of landfills encourage the recycling of industrial wastes and adopting environmentally friendly practices by rational usage of natural resources. The production of concrete with recycled aggregate and reduced cement volume is the most desirable form of achieving a closed life cycle as an ecological constructional material. This paper describes results of a study undertaken to examine the influence of recycled aggregates obtained from manually crushed concrete specimens (which already had Portland cement replacement of 30% by mass with waste glass powder/suspension and coal/wood bottom ashes) on the properties of the concrete with finely ground waste glass as Portland cement component.
Atsauce Kara, P. Application of Recycled Concrete Aggregates Containing Waste Glass Powder/Suspension and Bottom Ash as a Cement Component in Concrete. No: Engineering a Concrete Future: Technology, Modelling and Construction, Izraēla, Tel-Aviv, 22.-24. aprīlis, 2013. Tel-Aviv: Israeli Association of Construction & Infrastructure Engineers (IACIE) & Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, 2013, 109.-112.lpp. ISBN 978-965-92039-0-1.
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