SELF – COMPACTING CONCRETE WITH WASTE MATERIALS AS NEW ECOLOGICAL MATERIAL

1. Iva Despotović, Visoka građevinsko - geodetska škola Beograd, Serbia

Construction industry uses vast amounts of natural resources, simultaneously producing significant amounts of construction waste, so that it has a great impact on the environment. Annual production of concrete in the world has reached 10 billion tons, classifying concrete in the most widely used building material. Having in mind the fact that 70 % of concrete is aggregate, it is clear what the quantity of natural and crushed aggregates requires.
Self-compacting concrete, being innovation in the field of concrete technology, contains a certain amount of powdered materials – fillers. There are various possibilities of selecting this component. If we used any of the industrial by-products, such as fly ash or silica fume, we would solve the problem of depositing these materials, and thus made concrete ecological material.
The research subject presented in this paper are properties and technology of self-compacting concrete made with various mineral additives: lime, fly ash, and silica fume, wherein the aggregates used, are both natural and recycled aggregates, obtained by demolition of retaining wall, whose amount is varied in the concrete.

Ključne rečitestttt :

Tematska oblast: SIMPOZIJUM A - Nauka materije, kondenzovane materije i fizika čvrstog stanja

Datum: 07.07.2016.

Contemporary Materials 2016 - Savremeni Materijali

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