Proceedings pro040 : International RILEM Conference on the Use of Recycled Materials in Buildings and Structures

Title: International RILEM Conference on the Use of Recycled Materials in Buildings and Structures
Edited by E. Vázquez, Ch. F. Hendriks and G.M.T. Janssen
ISBN: 2-912143-52-7
e-ISBN: 2912143756
Pages: 1154
Publication date: 2004

After a period of eleven years, RILEM organised again a worldwide conference on recycled materials. The knowledge on this field has strongly increased: technical performance of recycled materials used for very many purposes, environment and health, economics, processes for cleansing, upgrading and different types of production methods are important examples. Also legislation and specifications in many countries make it possible that the quantities of recycled materials have strongly increased.

The proceedings of this conference give a very good survey on existing knowledge. It is positive that many contributions came from countries participating for the first time. This proves that worldwide recycling is considered as an absolute need to pay attention to recycling on a large scale as an important aspect of sustainable development.

Ten topics were presented:

* Asphalt
* Construction and Demolition Waste: Recycled Aggregates
* General Approach to Reuse and Recycling in Construction
* MSWI and Tire Rubber
* Recycled Aggregates in Concrete
* Rice Husk and Fibres
* Sludges, Sediments and Drill Cutting
* Use of Industrial By-Products: Coal Fly Ash
* Use of Industrial By-Products: Other Industrial By-Products


Topic 1 - Asphalt

A Step Forward in the Recycling. Mixed Recycling with Emulsion and Cement
Author(s): Potti
Pages: 3 - 12

An Analytical Approach to Evaluate the Performance of Cold Recycled Asphalt Mixtures
Author(s): Giuliani
Pages: 13 - 22

Characterisation and Design of Hot-Recycled Bituminous Mixtures
Author(s): Recasens
Pages: 23 - 30

Cold Recycling of Pavements in the Czech Republic
Author(s): Fiser
Pages: 31 - 38

Enhanced Recycling Techniques for Asphalt Pavements, as Studied in the PARAMIX Project
Author(s): Jové
Pages: 39 - 48

Quality Assurance and Traceability of Recycled Materials Processed Continuously on Site
Author(s): Bonvallet
Pages: 49 - 55

Recycling of Clay Bricks as Aggregate in Asphalt Concrete
Author(s): Khalaf
Pages: 56 - 65

Recycling Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement in Concrete Roads
Author(s): Mathias
Pages: 66 - 75

The Effect of Lime & Cement in Foam Bitumen Mixes
Author(s): A. Kavussi
Pages: 76 - 83

Topic 2 - Construction and Demolition Waste: Recycled Aggregates

Characterization of Brazilian Construction and Demolition Waste Coarse Recycled Aggregate
Author(s): Angulo
Pages: 87 - 96

Lightweight Aggregates from Masonry Rubble
Author(s): Müller
Pages: 97 - 106

Lightweight Aggregates Made of Industrial Wastes or Sub-Products
Author(s): Monteiro
Pages: 107 - 114

Measurements and Models for the Gravity Concentration of C&D Waste Through Jigging
Author(s): Müller
Pages: 115 - 122

Processing of Concrete with High Performance Sonic Impulses
Author(s): Müller
Pages: 123 - 132

Properties of Building Materials Gained from Wet Processed Crushed Concrete Fines
Author(s): Weimann
Pages: 133 - 141

Quality Improvement of Granular Wastes by Separation Techniques
Author(s): Hendriks
Pages: 142 - 149

Quality of Reused Crushed Concrete
Author(s): Molin
Pages: 150 - 155

Recycled Agregate Standardization in Brazil
Author(s): de Oliveira
Pages: 156 - 165

Suitable Separation Treatment of Stony Components in Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW)
Author(s): Hendriks
Pages: 166 - 172

Test Methods Adapted to Alternative Aggregates
Author(s): Schouenborg
Pages: 173 - 180

Topic 3 General Approach to Reuse and Recycling in Construction

Adapting Dry-masonry Brick House System as a Green Cycle Model for South East Asian Markets
Author(s): Khamidi
Pages: 183 - 192

Aluminium in Buildings - Inventory and Collection during Demolition
Author(s): van Houwelingen
Pages: 193 - 200

Amounts and Composition of Construction Waste from Residential Buildings
Author(s): Baum
Pages: 201 - 207

Application in Concrete Plants Wastes Recovered from Concrete Industry
Author(s): Józwiak
Pages: 208 - 215

Characterisation and Decontamination of Cementitious Radioactive Wastes by Electrokinetic Methods
Author(s): Castellote
Pages: 216 - 225

Construction and Demolition Waste in the Region of Porto - Portugal: Management and Survey
Author(s): Sousa
Pages: 226 - 234

Current Status of Building Materials for Recycling in Japan and Study of their Evaluation Methods
Author(s): Senbu
Pages: 235 - 244

Demolition Waste Management in Majorca: the Particular Case of an Island
Author(s): Pascual
Pages: 245 - 254

Framework for Environmental Assessment of Using Industrial By-products and Used Building Materials
Author(s): Roth
Pages: 255 - 264

Integrated Decontamination and Rehabilitation of Buildings, Structures and Materials in Urban Renewal - A European Project for a Sustainable City Concept
Author(s): Lauritzen
Pages: 265 - 274

Management Aspects on Civil Construction Waste in São Paulo City - Brazil
Author(s): de Oliveira
Pages: 275 - 280

Practical Use of Deconstruction and Recycled in the Transformation of a Former Portland Factory in a New Urban Area in Vicalvaro, Madrid
Author(s): Burgueño
Pages: 281 - 287

Recons Project: Minimizing Construction Environmental Impact
Author(s): Caña
Pages: 288 - 296

Recycling Concrete - An Overview of Development and Challenges
Author(s): Lauritzen
Pages: 297 - 305

Recycling Waste in Cement Based Materials: a Studying Method
Author(s): Cyr
Pages: 306 - 315

Reuse and Recycling of Building Materials
Author(s): Hendriks
Pages: 316 - 321

State of the Art of Practical Applications for the Use of the Recycled Materials Through Real Cases in Projects in Catalonia
Author(s): Burgueño
Pages: 322 - 330

Sustainable Guidelines for Managing Demolition Waste in Egypt
Author(s): Al-Ansary
Pages: 331 - 340

The Development of a Masonry Unit Composed Entirely of Recycled and Waste Aggregates
Author(s): Forth
Pages: 341 - 350

Use of Industrial Waste Materials in Road Construction in Poland
Author(s): Sybilski
Pages: 351 - 360

Topic 4 - MSWI and Tire Rubber

Analysis of the Adherence Steel - Concrete with Incorporation of Rubber Residues of Tires
Author(s): França
Pages: 363 - 372

Chemical and Ecotoxicological Long-term Behavior of New Materials for Quarry Back-Filling and Underground Constructions
Author(s): Lapa
Pages: 373 - 382

Contribution to the Definition of Conditions of Use of the Municipal Solid Waste Slag in Embankments and in Capping Layers
Author(s): Evain
Pages: 383 - 392

Crumb Rubber Modified Bitumen. Other Way to Recycle
Author(s): Potti
Pages: 393 - 402

Experimental Approach to the Use of Recycled Materials in Mortar and Concrete for Architectural Applications
Author(s): Barluenga
Pages: 403 - 411

Investigation of Different Treatments in Tire Rubber with a View to Concrete Application
Author(s): de Albuquerque,
Pages: 412 - 421

Management and Characterization of MSWI Residues
Author(s): Sorlini
Pages: 422 - 429

Mortar Modified with Rubber Tire
Author(s): de Oliveira
Pages: 430 - 438

Recycling Incineration Wastes for Producing Synthetic Aggregates
Author(s): Quina
Pages: 439 - 445

Recycling Stabilized Fly Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Facility in Road Hydraulic Materials
Author(s): Mauget
Pages: 446 - 454

Study of Treated and Untreated Tire Rubber Mortar
Author(s): Marques
Pages: 455 - 461

Transfer and Partitioning of Heavy Metals Leached from MSWI Bottom Ash in a Column of Road Soil
Author(s): Bouvet
Pages: 462 - 471

Utilization of Scrap Tires in the Production of Building Materials to Civil Construction
Author(s): Rodrigues
Pages: 472 - 479

Topic 5 - Recycled Aggregates in Concrete

A Case Study on the Variation in the Quality of Mortars Using CDW Recycled Sands
Author(s): Miranda
Pages: 483 - 492

An Initial Analysis of the Effect of Gypsum Plaster in Recycled Fine Aggregates from C&D Wastes
Author(s): Aguiar
Pages: 493 - 502

Criteria for the Use of Fine Recycled Concrete Aggregates in Concrete Production
Author(s): Evangelista
Pages: 503 - 510

Draft of Spanish Regulations for the Use of Recycled Aggregate in the Production of Structural Concrete
Author(s): Vazquez
Pages: 511 - 525

Flexural Properties of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams
Author(s): Sogo
Pages: 526 - 535

Influence of Attached Mortar Content on the Properties of Recycled Concrete Aggregate
Author(s): Alaejos Gutiérrez
Pages: 536 - 544

Influence of Recycled Aggregate Quality on Concrete Properties
Author(s): Alaejos Gutiérrez
Pages: 545 - 553

Volume 2 -Topic 5 (continued) - Recycled Aggregates in Concrete

Influence of Recycled Concrete Aggregates on Concrete Durability
Author(s): Gonçalves
Pages: 554 - 562

Petrographic Analysis on Recycled Aggregate-produced Concrete
Author(s): de Oliveira
Pages: 563 - 570

Precast Concrete Building Blocks made with Aggregates Derived from Constructions and Demolition Waste
Author(s): Soutsos
Pages: 571 - 579

Properties of Self-Levelling Concrete made with Industrial Wastes
Author(s): Colangelo
Pages: 580 - 589

Properties of Steam Cured Recycled Aggregate Fly Ash Concrete
Author(s): Kou
Pages: 590 - 599

Self-compacting Concrete: a Great Opportunity for Recycling Materials
Author(s): Corinaldesi
Pages: 600 - 609

Shear Behaviour of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams
Author(s): Sogo
Pages: 610 - 618

Shear Strenght of Concrete with Recycled Aggregates
Author(s): Fonteboa
Pages: 619 - 628

Study on ARC's Aggregate Utilization Recycled of Concrete
Author(s): Mendes
Pages: 629 - 635

Study on Compressed Stress, Water Absorption and Modulus of Elasticity of Produced Concrete made by Recycled Aggregate
Author(s): de Oliveira
Pages: 636 - 642

Study on Corrosion of Reinforcing Bar in Recycled Concrete
Author(s): Tanaka
Pages: 643 - 650

Surveys Converning the Capacity of Some Cement-aggregate Combinations to Mitigate the Gamma Radiation
Author(s): Poteras
Pages: 651 - 657

The Compressive Strength of Concrete Containing Tile Chips, Crushed Scallop Shells, or Crushed Roof Tiles
Author(s): Sugiyama
Pages: 658 - 664

The Role and Influence of Recycled Aggregate, in "Recycled Aggregate Concrete"
Author(s): Etxeberria
Pages: 665 - 674

Use of Concrete Recycled Aggregates in Roller Compacted Concrete
Author(s): Delhez
Pages: 675 - 683

Use of Recycled Construction Materials for Mortar Production
Author(s): Martins
Pages: 684 - 692

Utilization of Recycled Concrete Aggregate for Structural Concrete
Author(s): Gutiérrez
Pages: 693 - 702

Volume 2 . Topic 6 - Rice Husk and Fibres

Application of Maturity Concept in Concrete with RHA Addition
Author(s): da Silva
Pages: 705 - 714

Topic 6 - Rice Husk and Fibres

Assessment of the Pozzolanic Reaction of Crystalline and Amorphous Rice Husk-Ashes
Author(s): da Silva Rêgo
Pages: 715 - 724

Effect of Cellulose Fibre on the Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Cement Paste
Author(s): Bentchikou
Pages: 725 - 730

Influence of Mechanical Grinding on the Pozzolanic Activity of Residual Sugarcane Bagasse Ash
Author(s): Cordeiro
Pages: 731 - 740

Qualitative Study of the Degradation of Vegetable Fibre Subjected to the Alkaline Environment of Mortar Obtained from Portland Cement by Means of Dyeing Techniques
Author(s): Claramunt
Pages: 741 - 750

Study of Influence of Amorphous Rice Husk-Ash in Concrete Properties
Author(s): Hasparyk
Pages: 751 - 760

Study of the Applicable Low-cost Previous Treatments to the Vegetable Fibres for their Incorporation in the Portland Cement Mortars
Author(s): Claramunt
Pages: 761 - 770

Study on the Environmental Impact of Lightweight Aggregates Production Incorporating Cellulose Industrial Residues
Author(s): Pinto
Pages: 771 - 777

The Possibility of Adding the Rice Husk Ash (RHA) to the Concrete
Author(s): Tashima
Pages: 778 - 786

Topic 7 - Sludges, Sediments and Drill Cutting

New Cement Formulations made of Industrial Wastes
Author(s): Raupp-Pereira
Pages: 789 - 796

Potentiality of Sewage Sludge Ash as Mineral Additive in Cement Mortar and High Performance Concrete
Author(s): Fontes
Pages: 797 - 806

River Sediments Contaminated by Heavy Metals and Organic Compounds: Characterization, Treatment and Valorisation
Author(s): Boucard
Pages: 807 - 813

SOME Strategies for Reusing Residues from Waste Water Treatment Plants: Preparation of Binding Materials
Author(s): Monzó
Pages: 814 - 823

Stabilisation of Heavy Metals from Dredged Sediment. Tailoring of Residue Properties
Author(s): Kribi
Pages: 824 - 832

Stabilisation/Solidification of Synthetic North Sea Drill Cuttings Containing Oil and Chloride
Author(s): Al-Ansary
Pages: 833 - 842

Utilization of Sludges from a Water Treatment Plant in Cement Mortars
Author(s): Gonçalves
Pages: 843 - 850

Valorisation Addition Dry Sludge Sewage in Concrete
Author(s): Yagüe
Pages: 851 - 860

Topic 8 - Use of Industrial By-Products: Coal Fly Ash

Alkaline Activation of Fly Ashes. Manufacture of Concretes not Containing Portland Cement
Author(s): Fernández-Jiménez
Pages: 863 - 870

Microstructure and Shrinkage Behaviour of Massive Concrete Containing PFBC Coal Ash
Author(s): Nakashita
Pages: 871 - 880

Recycling of Power Station Coal Fly Ashes as Building Elements to be Used in Passive Fire Protection
Author(s): Leiva
Pages: 881 - 889

Strength Development and Drying Shrinkage of Steam-Cured Concrete Containing PFBC Coal Ash
Author(s): Tanaka
Pages: 890 - 898

The Problems of Utilizing Industrial By-Products Contaminated with Natural Radionuclides in Construction
Author(s): Kovler
Pages: 899 - 907

Topic 9 - Use of Industrial By-Products: Other Industrial By-Products

A Study of Concretes Containing Thermoplastic Wastes as Aggregates
Author(s): Gavela
Pages: 911 - 918

Characterization of Magnesium Slag Aiming the Utilization as a Mineral Admixture in Mortar
Author(s): Gumieri
Pages: 919 - 924

Comparative Study with Alternative Materials for Manufacture of Machine Tool Structures
Author(s): Ducatti
Pages: 925 - 934

Environmental Impact Study of Unmodified Sulfur Mortar
Author(s): Gracia
Pages: 935 - 944

Evaluation of Concretes for High Level Nuclear Waste Repositories
Author(s): Hidalgo
Pages: 945 - 952

Glass Frit a New Alternative Cementitious Material
Author(s): Laldji
Pages: 953 - 962

Monitoring Corrosion and Determining of the Gravimetric Corrosion Rate of Concretes with High and Low Reactivity Additions Subject to Chloride Action
Author(s): Ferreira
Pages: 963 - 972

Production of Lightweight Concrete with E.V.A Residues as Recycled Aggregate
Author(s): Martins
Pages: 973 - 981

Recycling of Coal Fly Ash by Ceramic Processing
Author(s): Monteiro
Pages: 982 - 987

Relationship between Results of Accelerated and Natural Carbonation in Various Concretes
Author(s): Ferreira
Pages: 988 - 997

Removal of Contaminants from Aqueous Solutions by Beds made of Rejects of the Lightweight Aggregates Production
Author(s): Albuquerque
Pages: 998 - 1007

Reusing of Spent FCC Catalyst as a Very Reactive Pozzolanic Material: Formulation of High Performance Concretes
Author(s): Monzó
Pages: 1008 - 1016

Stabilization of Fly Ashes by Binder Obtained from Processed Oil Sludge in Road Constructions
Author(s): Kraszewski
Pages: 1017 - 1025

Studies on Development of the Tunisian Phosphogypsum for Construction Bricks
Author(s): Belaïba
Pages: 1026 - 1034

Study of the Behaviour of Different Mineral and Pozzolanic Admixtures in Conventional and Roller-Compacted Concretes with Respect to their Microstructure and Durability
Author(s): Hasparyk
Pages: 1035 - 1044

The Behaviour of Structural-Wall Recycled Plastic Pipes for Underground Sewerage without Pressure
Author(s): Rocha
Pages: 1045 - 1053

Utilization of By-Produced Sulfur for the Manufacture of Unmodified Sulfur Concrete
Author(s): Gracia
Pages: 1054 - 1063

Topic 10 - Use of Industrial By-Products: Slags from Metallurgical Process

Characteristics of Steel Slag Granulated in a Steel Plant - Valuation of the Microstructure through Electron Probe Micro Analysis
Author(s): Dal Molin
Pages: 1067 - 1075

Development of a Hydraulic Structure Protection against the Action of Sea Waves using Concrete Containing Alkali-activated Slag (AAS)
Author(s): Coelho
Pages: 1076 - 1085

Reuse of Waelz Slag as Recycled Aggregate for Structural Concrete
Author(s): Sorlini
Pages: 1086 - 1094

Stainless Steel Slag as Aggregate in Cement Bound Mixtures for Road Construction, Two Case Studies in Belgium
Author(s): Van den Bergh
Pages: 1095 - 1104

Stainless Steel Slag as Aggregate in Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements
Author(s): De Bock
Pages: 1105 - 1114

The Use of Metallurgical Wastes in Reactive Barriers
Author(s): Rodríguez-Pacheco
Pages: 1115 - 1123