use of milled waste glass, as partial replacement for cement, to overcome the dbacks of recycled aggregate concrete was investigated. based on experimental investigations of the structure and
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these reactions bring about favorable changes in the structure of the hydrated cement paste and the interfacial transition zones in recycled aggregate concrete. use of milled waste glass, as partial replacement of cement, is estimated to produce significant gains in strength and durability of recycled aggregate concrete.
strength and durability of recycled aggregate concrete containing milled glass as partial replacement for cement roz-ud-din nassar⇑, parviz soroushian department of civil and environmental engineering, 3546 engineering building, michigan state university, east lansing, mi 48824, united states
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milled waste glass was also found to suppress alkali-silica reactions. the encouraging test results are viewed to facilitate broad-based use of recycled aggregate and diversion of large quantities of landfill-bound mixed-color waste glass for a value-added use to produce recycled aggregate concrete incorporating milled waste glass.
strength and durability of recycled aggregate concrete containing milled glass as partial replacement for cement article in construction and building materials 29 · april 2012 with 248 reads