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Título: Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: a review
Autor: Evangelista, Luís
Brito, Jorge Manuel Caliço Lopes de
Palavras-chave: Recycling
Construction and Demolition Waste
Fine Aggregates
Concrete Production
Data: Fev-2014
Editora: Taylor & Francis LTD
Citação: EVANGELISTA, Luís Manuel Faria da Rocha; BRITO, Jorge Manuel Caliço Lopes de – Concrete with fine recycled aggregates: o review. European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering. ISSN: 1964-8189. Vol. 18, nr. 2, (2014), p. 129-172.
Resumo: This paper presents a review of the literature published so far on the use of fine aggregates from construction demolition waste used as a partial or total replacement of fine natural aggregates in concrete production. The review presents the initial works on this subject and an overview of the existing regulations. It goes on to describe the production, treatment and properties of the fine recycled aggregates (FRA). The most suitable mixing techniques for concrete with this type of aggregates are then discussed. The properties of these concrete mixes are analysed in detail, after which a few examples of structures with this type of concrete are described and compared. The acquisition of fine natural aggregates and the dumping of the fine fraction of construction and demolition waste are two serious environmental problems that can be solved simultaneously by using FRA in concrete production, a subject that is lagging behind the use of the corresponding coarse fraction.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.21/4771
DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2013.851038
ISSN: 1964-8189
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