Use of Recycled Plastics in Eco-efficient Concrete
Woodhead Publishing Series in Civil and Structural Engineering Series
Coordinators: Pacheco-Torgal Fernando, Khatib Jamal, Colangelo Francesco, Tuladhar RabinLanguage: Anglais
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630 p. · 15.2x22.9 cm · Paperback
Although plastic is certainly a globally important product, there are many environmental concerns associated with its use.
In recent years researchers working in the field of civil engineering have been engaged in investigations about the reuse of waste plastic in construction. For the first time, in one comprehensive volume, the authors present a state-of-the art review on the application and use of recycled plastics in concrete construction. Divided over three parts, the introductory chapters begin by looking at the processing of plastic waste including techniques for separation, and production of plastic aggregates and recycled plastic fibers. Part Two focuses on the production of concrete with recycled plastic as an aggregate or binder and includes chapters on the fresh properties of concrete with plastic aggregates
1. Introduction to recycling plastic waste in concrete
Part 1. Processing of plastic waste 2. Techniques for separation of plastic waste 3. Production of plastic aggregates 4. Production of recycled plastic fibers
Part 2. Concrete with plastic aggregates 5. Fresh properties of concrete with plastic aggregates 6. Shrinkage of concrete with plastic aggregates 7. Mechanical properties of concrete with plastic aggregates 8. Toughness of concrete with plastic aggregates 9. Modulus of elasticity of concrete with plastic aggregates 10. Durability of concrete with plastic aggregates
Part 3. Concrete with recycled plastic fibres 11. Fresh properties of concrete with plastic fibres 12. Shrinkage of concrete with plastic fibres 13. Mechanical properties of concrete reinforced with plastic fibres 14. Mechanical characteristics of recycled PET fibre reinforced concrete 15. Properties of self-compacting concrete reinforced with polypropylene fiber 16. Freeze-thaw resistance of concrete reinforced with plastic fibres 17. A life cycle assessment of recycled polypropylene fibre in concrete
academic and industrial researchers who are working with use of plastics in concrete, civil and structural engineers, polymer production technologists, practicing engineers in construction industry, concrete manufacturers
Jamal Khatib is a Professsor of Civil Engineering (Construction Materials) in the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Wolverhampton, UK. His research interests are mainly in the area of sustainable construction/structural materials subjected to different environmental conditions, and the use of waste and novel materials in construction applications.