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2015-1-18  This paper presents the shrinkage cracking characteristics of cement treated demolition waste as a road base layer, which was produced by using recycled crushed concrete and masonry aggregates from construction and demolition waste (CDW). The developed method to estimate the crack pattern was based on the structural properties of cement treated

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Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as

This paper presents the shrinkage cracking characteristics of cement treated demolition waste as a road base layer, which was produced by using recycled crushed concrete and

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Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as

2015-1-18  Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as a road base Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as a road base Xuan, D.; Molenaar, A.; Houben, L. 2015-01-18 00:00:00 This paper presents the shrinkage cracking characteristics of cement treated demolition waste as a road base layer, which was produced by using recycled crushed

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Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as

Results show that the proposed estimation model can predict the crack pattern of cement treated demolition waste comparable to the crack spacing observed in the field. The masonry variation in CDW is a key factor to determine its shrinkage cracking characteristics.Department of Civil and Environmental Engineerin

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2021-11-17  Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as a road base. Materials and Structures/Materiaux et Constructions 2016 ... Influence of quality and variation of recycled masonry aggregates on failure behavior of cement treated demolition waste. Construction and Building Materials 2014 Journal article DOI: 10 .1016/j ...

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Deformation behavior of cement treated demolition waste ...

2016-4-1  1. Introduction. Using a cement treated base (CTB) in a pavement is an option to obtain a high load spreading capacity for heavy traffic. As a result, many countries employ CTB as a semi-rigid course in pavements , .However, a disadvantage of the pavement with CTB is that CTB is a source of shrinkage cracks in the pavement , .Therefore, its susceptibility to

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Laboratory Investigation on the Shrinkage Cracking of ...

2019-4-12  1. Introduction. The quantity of construction and demolition waste (CDW) is being produced annually around the world [], which aroused environment pollution and resource depletion.All over Europe, about 320 to 380 million tons of CDW are generated every year [].By contrast, in China, the amount of CDW is approximately 640 million every year, with an

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Evaluation of cement stabilized recycled concrete ...

2019-2-28  The waste oil used in research was a kind of treated waste cooking oil, acting as a treatment material for the CSM. The amounts of waste oil were 0.9% by weight of the dry aggregate, determined by a mixing procedure where the different amounts of waste oil were added to dry recycled aggregates of the designed gradation to achieve an optimal coating

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Evaluation of cement treatment of reclaimed construction ...

2015-8-1  Cement treatment of reclaimed construction and demolition waste as road bases is a good means to improve the load spreading capacity of pavements as well as reuse more waste instead of landfills. This paper systematically presented the structural properties of cement treated construction and demolition waste as road bases.

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Experimental investigation on fibre-reinforced cement ...

2013-1-1  On the other hand shrinkage cracking can appear just some days after construction, causing the origin and subsequent propagation of cracks up to the pavement surface. ... Mixture optimization of cement treated demolition waste with recycled masonry and concrete. Mater Struct, 45 (2012), pp. 143-151. CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar.

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Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as

2015-1-18  Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as a road base Shrinkage cracking of cement treated demolition waste as a road base Xuan, D.; Molenaar, A.; Houben, L. 2015-01-18 00:00:00 This paper presents the shrinkage cracking characteristics of cement treated demolition waste as a road base layer, which was produced by using recycled crushed

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Laboratory Investigation on the Shrinkage Cracking of ...

2019-4-12  1. Introduction. The quantity of construction and demolition waste (CDW) is being produced annually around the world [], which aroused environment pollution and resource depletion.All over Europe, about 320 to 380 million tons of CDW are generated every year [].By contrast, in China, the amount of CDW is approximately 640 million every year, with an

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Crushed Brick as a Supplementary Material in Cement ...

2020-12-18  Demolition waste materials arise from demolition activities. ... cement treated crushed concrete blended with crushed brick. The following geotechnical ... Linear shrinkage of both crushed concrete and crushed brick were carried out according to AS 1289.3.4.1: “Determination of the linear shrinkage of a soil” (Standards Australia, ...

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Deformation behavior of cement treated demolition waste ...

Deformation behavior of cement treated demolition waste with recycled masonry and concrete subjected to drying and temperature change . ... Shrinkage of these materials due to moisture and temperature changes is a critical issue for determining shrinkage cracking in pavements. This paper presents the influence of four mixture variables (masonry ...

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Laboratory Investigation on the Shrinkage Cracking of ...

This paper aims to study the effectiveness of adding waste polypropylene fibers into recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) on shrinkage cracking. The influences of fiber properties (length and content) on the shrinkage performance of RAC are

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Use of Microcracking to Reduce Shrinkage Cracking in ...

The application of pre-cracking can effectively reduce its shrinkage. Early in 2005, Sebesta applied micro-cracking to cement-treated base after 2

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Mixture optimization of cement treated demolition waste ...

2011-6-15  Cement treated granular materials (CTGM a) are regarded as a kind of intimate mixture with coarse granulates and a relatively small amount of cement compacted at a proper moisture content [].They have been widely used as a semi-rigid base course for either flexible or rigid pavements. Being one of the structural pavement layers, its mechanical properties are

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Construction Demolition Waste as Aggregates for Rigid ...

2021-11-28  Construction Demolition Waste as Aggregates for Rigid Pavement Applications. Use of large volumes of Construction and Demolition waste based on the concept of reduce, reuse and recycle, encourages sustainable construction practices; for instance, the feasibility of using CD waste for rigid pavement construction, reduces the overburden to a ...

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Scientists recycle demolition waste into eco-friendly 3D ...

2021-10-15  Scientists recycle demolition waste into eco-friendly 3D printable concrete. Scientists based at the Swinburne University of Technology and Hebei University of Technology have managed to turn ...

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Concrete Second Edition Mindess -

2021-11-17  Handbook of recycled concrete and demolition waste is a standard reference for all those involved in the civil engineering sector, as well as academic researchers in the field. Summarises key recent research in recycling and reusing concrete and demolition waste to reduce environmental impacts and meet national, regional and global

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Laboratory Investigation on the Shrinkage Cracking of ...

This paper aims to study the effectiveness of adding waste polypropylene fibers into recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) on shrinkage cracking. The influences of fiber properties (length and content) on the shrinkage performance of RAC are

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Crushed Brick as a Supplementary Material in Cement ...

2020-12-18  Demolition waste materials arise from demolition activities. ... cement treated crushed concrete blended with crushed brick. The following geotechnical ... Linear shrinkage of both crushed concrete and crushed brick were carried out according to AS 1289.3.4.1: “Determination of the linear shrinkage of a soil” (Standards Australia, ...

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Crushed Glass as a Supplementary Material in Cement ...

2020-12-18  Resilient modulus of cement treated crushed concrete -crushed glass (20RCG-80CC3)..... 19 Figure 10. ... Demolition waste materials arise from demolition activities. ... Linear shrinkage of both crushed concrete and crushed brick were carried out

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水泥稳定碎石基层温缩性能试验及预估控制-《东南大学学报 ...

2008-3-20  摘要: 针对水泥稳定碎石基层在温度变化时易产生温缩裂缝,且现有试验方法和评价指标无法对其进行有效控制的问题,采用不同级配和水泥剂量的水泥稳定碎石混合料进行温缩性能试验,得出混合料温缩性能与水泥剂量、级配、温度等因素之间的关系,建立并验证了 ...

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Mixture optimization of cement treated demolition waste ...

2011-6-15  Cement treated granular materials (CTGM a) are regarded as a kind of intimate mixture with coarse granulates and a relatively small amount of cement compacted at a proper moisture content [].They have been widely used as a semi-rigid base course for either flexible or rigid pavements. Being one of the structural pavement layers, its mechanical properties are

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(PDF) Shrinkage Behavior of Conventional and ...

Figure 1. Effect of silica fume on the autogenous shrinkage of concrete [14] The use of other supplementary materials such as fly ash shows a positive impact on concrete shrinkage behavior, whereas the content of fly ash increases, the drying shrinkage decreases [51]. A fly ash replacement beyond 10% will reduce the shrinkage considerably [52].

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Shrinkage performance of Crumb Rubber Concrete (CRC ...

Abstract This investigation deals with the shrinkage properties of rubberised concrete pavement. Arrays of concrete samples were prepared with different water–cement ratios and rubber content. The experimental results revealed that the introduction of rubber into concrete mixes results in the control of shrinkage cracks if the optimised content of rubber is selected.

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Concrete Second Edition Mindess -

2021-11-17  Handbook of recycled concrete and demolition waste is a standard reference for all those involved in the civil engineering sector, as well as academic researchers in the field. Summarises key recent research in recycling and reusing concrete and demolition waste to reduce environmental impacts and meet national, regional and global

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Concrete Cracking Problems: A modern-day phenomenon ...

2016-10-13  Concrete Cracking Problems: A modern-day phenomenon? October 13, 2016. Images courtesy PJ Materials Consultants Ltd. By Paul Jeffs. Anecdotal evidence suggests cracking of concrete structures and components appears to be on the rise, often resulting in conflict between involved parties. Sometimes described as severe and/or excessive, it appears ...

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Drying shrinkage cement admixture - KERKAR; AWDHOOT

1996-8-16  In addition to addressing cracking due to dry shrinkage, the art has also had to address cement deteroriation due to freeze-thaw pressures. ... glycol causes a reduction of the air entrainment provided by the cement being treated with an agent composed of sulfite waste liquor. Further, Canadian Patent 967,321 suggests that polyoxyalkylene ...

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