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Proceedings pro041 : International RILEM Symposium on Environment-Conscious Materials and Systems for Sustainable Development (ECM 2004)


Title: International RILEM Symposium on Environment-Conscious Materials and Systems for Sustainable Development (ECM 2004)
Edited by N. Kashino and Y. Ohama
ISBN: 2-912143-55-1
e-ISBN: 2912143640
Pages: 450
Publication date: 2004

This book is the proceedings of the international symposium on “Environment- Conscious Materials and Systems for Sustainable Development” held in Japan during the 59th RILEM week (2004). This international symposium is related to RILEM Technical Committee TC 192-ECM (Environment-Conscious Construction Materials and Systems) and RILEM TC 194-TDP (Application of Titanium Dioxide Photocatalyst to Construction Materials), which are concerned with the environment-conscious construction materials and systems, also photocatalysis technology for the future construction.
At present, the environmental problem becomes a common theme in the whole world. It is not already permitted to repeat the mass consumption and the mass disposal of resources. It has been required that resource conservation and maintenance of global environment which made energy-saving to be a key; the reduction of the discharge of wastes and the promotion of the recycling are attempted.
It must be considered that buildings and structures are long-lasting as social assets in urban areas. It is required that frames such as columns and beams of the buildings are high endurance. It is also required that the finishing materials retain the good appearance.
RILEM TCs 192-ECM and 194-TDP were established in 2001, and the basic consideration of the construction materials on environmental problems in the field began. In RILEM TC 192-ECM, the ideal way of the environment-conscious materials and construction systems has been discussed. In RILEM TC 194-TDP, the application of photocatalysis technology to construction matrials has been examined. In the conduct of the international symposium, RILEM TCs 192-ECM and 194-TDP started setting categories and other necessary activities of the symposium after two years of preparation, and the concrete plan was made.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): N. Kashino
Pages: XV - XV

Keynote Lectures


Materials Planning for Long Lasting Buildings - For the Sustainable Social Development
Author(s): N. Kashino
Pages: 3 - 17

Contribution of Concrete-Polymer Composites to Sustainable Construction Materials and Systems
Author(s): D. Van Gemert
Pages: 19 - 26

Performance Evaluation of Self-Cleaning Effect for Photocatalyst-Applied Exterior Finishing Materials through Outdoor Exposure Test and Laboratory Test
Author(s): K. Motohashi
Pages: 27 - 34

Development of Photocatalyst Tile and Commercial Production
Author(s): M. Shimohigoshi
Pages: 35 - 40

Session 1 - Environmental Assessment


Environmental assessment of novel materials in infrastructures
Author(s): A. Katz
Pages: 43 - 50

Evaluation of environmental performance forof concrete based on social cost
Author(s): Z. Li
Pages: 51 - 58

Quantitative evaluation of synergistic effect of ultraviolet radiation and temperature in outdoor environment used of weathering reference materials
Author(s): Y. Takane
Pages: 59 - 66

Session 2 - Recycling of Waste Materials and Components


Cementitious waste-free-type completely recyclable concrete
Author(s): M. Tamura
Pages: 69 - 78

Developed integrated system with disassembling and recycling technologies - Part I. Co2 emissions from intermediate treatment facilities
Author(s): T. Fukuda
Pages: 79 - 86

Developed integrated system with disassembling and recycling technologies - Part II. recycling building materials made from waste glass
Author(s): A. Koyama
Pages: 87 - 92

A new technique of activation of cement kiln dust (CKD) - fly ash systems
Author(s): K. Bui
Pages: 93 - 102

Characteristics and durability of environment-conscious concrete with a high volume of fly ashes
Author(s): B. Gert
Pages: 103 - 110

Recycling electric arc furnace dust as an addition to cementitious matrixes
Author(s): M. Castellote
Pages: 111 - 118

Basic study on recovery technique of unhydrated cement grains from waste fresh concrete
Author(s): R. Sakurada
Pages: 119 - 126

Performance of recycled aggregate concrete
Author(s): M. C. Limbachiya
Pages: 127 - 136

A new concrete recycling process for coarse aggregate to be used concrete structure
Author(s): K. Yanagibashi
Pages: 137 - 143

Effects of rubbing action in manufacturing process of recycled coarse aggregate from waste concrete on strength and durability of recycled concrete products
Author(s): Y. Hosokawa
Pages: 145 - 153

Feasibility study of lightweight aggregates using sewage sludge for nonstructural concrete
Author(s): K. Mun
Pages: 155 - 161

High quality recycled aggregate concrete (HIRAC) processed by decompression and rapid release
Author(s): Y. Kimura
Pages: 163 - 170

Deflections and cracks in recycled coarse aggregate concrete members processed by decompression and rapid release
Author(s): K. Imamoto
Pages: 171 - 177

Qualitiy of recycled concrete made by a truck mixer
Author(s): T. Nawa
Pages: 179 - 186

Air pollutant-removing paving blocks produced with recycled waste materials
Author(s): C. S. Poon
Pages: 187 - 194

Properties and applicability of structure of PVA-modified concrete
Author(s): S. Tamura
Pages: 195 - 202

Basic properties of underwater polymer mortars using waste expanded polystyrene-methyl methacrylate-based binders
Author(s): A. Moroka
Pages: 203 - 210

Fundamental properties of mma-modified soft up polymer mortar mixed with waste rubber powder
Author(s): K. Yeon
Pages: 211 - 216

Feasibility study of polymer-modified mortars using asphalt emulsion
Author(s): H. Song
Pages: 217 - 224

Session 3 - Production of Sustainable Materials and Buildings


A methodology for optimal design of sustainable buildings
Author(s): S. Pushkar
Pages: 227 - 234

A study on the building reduction for RC multi-story housing system
Author(s): M. Nagahori
Pages: 235 - 240

Producing environment-conscious building materials from contaminated phosphogypsum
Author(s): K. Kovler
Pages: 241 - 250

Survey of chemicals emission factors from building materials for interiors
Author(s): H. Yoshida
Pages: 251 - 259

Demountable concrete structures with aluminium foam as joint material
Author(s): H. Reinhardt
Pages: 261 - 270

Resources circulation-oriented ecomaterials design and eco-life-cycle design of building structural composite materials, components, and/or systems - for establishment of sustainable eco-buildings and eco-cities-
Author(s): T. Fukushima
Pages: 271 - 278

High performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites: a sustainable building material for controlling water permeability
Author(s): T. Nishiwaki
Pages: 279 - 286

Fundamental study on porous concrete and applications for planting material
Author(s): T. Matsukawa
Pages: 287 - 293

Structural development of water permeable pavements
Author(s): A. Beeldens
Pages: 295 - 302

Development of controlled short-life porous concrete
Author(s): T. Horiguchi
Pages: 303 - 312

A study on biodiversity conservation in sea coastal areas using porous concrete
Author(s): M. Yoshida
Pages: 313 - 320

Porous polymer concrete using polyurethane resin and chipped aggregates made of wood wastes
Author(s): H. Tokushige
Pages: 321 - 328

Session 4 - Applications of TiO2 Photocatalysis


Doped-TiO2/cement matrices photoactive materials
Author(s): C. Pepe
Pages: 331 - 336

Cementitious materials for self-cleaning and de-polluting facade surfaces
Author(s): F. Vallée
Pages: 337 - 346

Development of photocatalytically active coatings for concrete substrates
Author(s): F. Dehn
Pages: 347 - 352

Experimental investigation of efficiency of tio2-cement coating for self-cleaning and air purification
Author(s): A. Beeldens
Pages: 353 - 359

NOx emission, local concentration and reduction by TiO2-photocatalysis in airport area
Author(s): H. Hamada
Pages: 361 - 366

Session 5 - Effective Applications of Natural Ressources


Alternative landfill covers: employment and eco-compatible materials
Author(s): C. Francesco
Pages: 369 - 375

Effects of molding conditions on basic properties of rice husks-waste expanded polystyrene composites by hot press molding method
Author(s): Y. Ohama
Pages: 377 - 384

Study on utilization of rice husk ash for high strength mortar
Author(s): H. Tokushige
Pages: 385 - 393

Recycling of Waste Wooden Construction Materials as Components for Wood-Urethane Resin Composites
Author(s): Y. Kurimoto
Pages: 395 - 402

Processing and utilization of wooden waste in civil engineering works
Author(s): H. Yamauchi
Pages: 403 - 408

Wooden port structures for the 21st century
Author(s): M. Yamada
Pages: 409 - 414

Properties of mixing-type wood-chip concrete using demolished timber
Author(s): M. Kawamura
Pages: 415 - 424

Polyester mortars with fine tailing as filler
Author(s): N. Choi
Pages: 425 - 432