Proceedings pro128-1 : International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS2019) New Generation of Construction Materials

Title: Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS2019) New Generation of Construction Material
Edited by: Marijana Serdar, Nina Štirmer, John Provis
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-218-3
ISBN: 978-2-35158-217-6,
Vol 1. ISBN: 978-2-35158-223-7
Pages: 655
Publication date: 2019

RILEM International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) is a conference organised by Faculty of Civil Engineering University of Zagreb as a supporting event of RILEM Spring Convention from in Rovinj, Croatia. Both are organised in the year Faculty of Civil Engineering in Zagreb is celebrating 100 years from its establishment, making 2019 a perfect year for hosting such an important international event. The scope of the conference was to gather scientists, practitioners, members of technical committees and users of technical recommendations, to jointly at the same place discuss and envision the future sustainable development of materials, systems and structures in a holistic, global way.
SMSS 2019 conference has gathered participants from 50 countries, from Argentina to United States of America, who will exhibit a total of 290 papers. The conference was sponsored by 10 international industrial partners, supported by 6 international organisations of scientists and practitioners and organised under the patronage of 4 governmental bodies. A total of 450 contributions which arrived was reviewed by more than 150 prominent reviewers from different fields. Event was organised by 16 members of the local organising committee and 6 invited international members of organising committee.
As part of the RILEM International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) the segment New Generation of Construction Materials covers innovation, advances and improvement of construction materials, towards sustainable, intelligent and tailor-made solutions. This volume brings a selection of 100 peer-reviewed papers that were presented within the segment on construction materials. Topics include novel advances in raw materials for classical and alternative concretes, innovations in chemistry, application of nanotechnology in construction materials, and requirements for materials to suit the needs of construction automation.
Editors wish to thank the authors for their efforts at producing and delivering papers of high standard. We are sure that this Proceedings will be a valued reference of research topics in this important field and that it will together with the other volumes from SMSS conference form a suitable base for discussion and suggestions for future development and research.



Roadmap of development and application of sustainable materials
Author(s): Karen Scrivener
Pages: 27-27

SCM Reactivity

Particle size optimization in multi-component cement
Author(s): S. Adu-Amankwah, S. A. Bernal and L. Black
Pages: 29-29

The limiting factors of SCMs reaction at later age
Author(s): Yosra Briki (1), Karen Scrivener (1) and Mohsen Ben Haha
Pages: 30-34

Comparative evaluation of use silica fume, blast furnace slag, limestone, metakaolin and red mud as supplementary cementitious materials for con- crete
Author(s): Roberto Cesar de Oliveira Romano, José Augusto Ferreira Sales de Mesquita,
Pages: 35-42

Characterization and pozzolanic activity of UK alum water treatment sludge
Author(s): M. Shamaki, L. Black
Pages: 43-50

Investigating the origins of metakaolin surface reactivity in the context of alkali-activated binders
Author(s): V. Benavent (1), Q. H. Nguyen (1), J.-B. d’Espinose de Lacaillerie (1), M. Ma-rinova-Atanassova (2), A.-M. Blanchenet (3) and C. A. Davy
Pages: 51-58

Special session of TC 280-CBE Cold bitumen emulsion

Evaluation of local aggregate with chemical additives for microsurfacing mix
Author(s): eiborlang Lyngdoh Ryntathiang (1), Alan Carter (2), Anjan kumar Siddagangiah
Pages: 60-67

Thermal impact of adding recycled glass in microsurfacing
Author(s): Apparao Gandi (1), Abdelghafour Zabayou (2), Saeed Badeli (3), Alan Carter (4), and, Michel Vaillancourt
Pages: 68-75

Characterisation and treatment of tunnel boring muds for their valorisation in road construction
Author(s): A. Cabrerizo (1), D. Bulteel (1), J. Waligora (2), D. Bonneau (3) and F. Olard
Pages: 76-83

Influence of coarse recycled concrete aggregate on the durability of asphalt mix- tures
Author(s): A. Radević (1), G. Mladenović (1), D. Jevtić (1), D. Zakić (1), M. Aškrabić
Pages: 84-91

Stone mastic asphalt reinforced by vegetable yarns
Author(s): Peter Gallo (1), Jan Valentin
Pages: 92-99

Strength mechanism and improvement methods of cement bitumen emulsion mixture
Author(s): Jian Ouyang, Wen Xu, and Lijun Hu
Pages: 100-107

Evaluation of the stiffness modulus and phase angle of cold in-place recycled mix- tures for long curing periods
Author(s): Bohdan Dolzycki (1), Mariusz Jaczewski (1) and Cezary Szydlowski
Pages: 108-115

Evaluating the cracking resistance of cement-bitumen treated materials using the semi-circular bending test
Author(s): Chiara Mignini (1), Fabrizio Cardone (1), Alessandro Morbi (2), Luca Setti (2) and Andrea Graziani
Pages: 116-123

Field behaviour of cold-recycled asphalt mixtures for binder courses
Author(s): Andrea Grilli (1), Chiara Mignini (2) and Andrea Graziani
Pages: 124-131

Experimental application of synthetic lightweight aggregates for the production of special asphalt concretes
Author(s): P. Tataranni (1) and C. Sangiorgi
Pages: 132-139

Durability of AAMs

Testing the durability of alkali-activated concretes
Author(s): John Provis
Pages: 141-141

Behaviour of reinforced alkali-activated fly ash mortars under leaching condi- tions
Author(s): Petr Hlaváček (1), Steffi Reinemann (2), Gregor J.G. Gluth (1), Gino Ebell (2) and Jürgen Mietz
Pages: 142-148

Thermal properties and steel corrosion in lightweight alkali activated mortars
Author(s): L. Carabba (1), G. Masi (1), S. Pirskawetz (2), S. Krüger (2), G. J. G. Gluth (2), M. C.Bignozzi
Pages: 149-156

Durability of fly ash-based alkali-activated mortars reinforced with short hemp fibres
Author(s): Bojan Poletanović (1), Ivan Janotka (2), Michal Bačuvčik (2), Ildiko Merta
Pages: 149-156

Durability of alkali-activated concrete mixtures – a requirement for success in the market
Author(s): Katja Dombrowski-Daube, Jan Sachl
Pages: 165-173

Non-classical reaction pathways in alkali-activated systems
Author(s): L. Valentini
Pages: 174-178

Waste ashes as SCMs

Properties of cementitious materials with sewage sludge ashes
Author(s): M. Saillio (1), L. Andrade (1) M. Mehdi (1)(2) T. Chaussadent (1) and Arezki Tagnit-Hamou
Pages: 180-187

Early-age structural development of cement blended with flash calcined dredging sediments
Author(s): Céline Van Bunderen (1), Ruben Snellings (2), Lucie Vandewalle (1) and Özlem Cizer
Pages: 188-195

Durability of high carbon biomass ash-based binder
Author(s): Piyush Chaunsali (1), Hugo Uvegi (2), Brian Traynor (2) and Elsa Olivetti
Pages: 196-203

The effect of MSWI fly ash on mortar workability
Author(s): Benjamin A. R. Ebert (1), Britt-Marie Steenari (2), Mette R. Geiker (3) and Gunvor M. Kirkelund
Pages: 204-210

Pre-treatments of MSWI bottom ash for the application as supplementary cememtitious material in blended cement paste
Author(s): Boyu Chen (1), Yubo Sun (1), Loic Jacquemin (1), Shizhe Zhang (1), Kees Blom (2)Mladena Luković (3) Guang Ye
Pages: 211-217


Effects of different chemical pretreatments of natural fibers on the mechanical properties of cement mortar
Author(s): S. Juradin (1), I. Boko (1), I. Netinger Grubeša (2) and S. Mrakovčić
Pages: 219-225

The influence of nano SiO2 and curing regimes on mechanical properties of UHPFRC
Author(s): Ksenija Janković (1), Marko Stojanović (1), Dragan Bojović
Pages: 226-233

Strain-hardening ettringite-based composite with polypropylene fiber reinforced ladle slag: durability under combined chloride and sulfate attack
Author(s): Hoang Nguyen (1), Paivo Kinnunen (1), Valter Carvelli (2), and Mirja Illikainen (1)
Pages: 234-240

Mechanical and insulation properties of ultra-high performance concrete with expanded polystyrene
Author(s): Anjaneya Dixit (1), Sze Dai Pang (1) and Juhyuk Moon (2)
Pages: 241-246

Effect of pre-impregnation process on the tensile behavior of glass yarn/ettringitic matrix composite
Author(s): Omayma HOMORO, Marie MICHEL and Thouraya. N. BARANGER
Pages: 247-254

Rubberised concrete refinement by cement substitution and rubber particle pre- treatment
Author(s): Dr. Thomaida Polydorou, Dr. Kyriacos Neocleous, Dr. Loukas Koutsokeras, Dr. Georgios Constantinides, Dr. Nicholas Kyriakides, Prof. Kypros Pilakoutas and Prof. Diofantos Hadjimitsis
Pages: 255-262

Experimental investigation of corroded steel anchorages in strain resilient ce- mentitious composites
Author(s): Souzana P. Tastani, Christos Dakidis
Pages: 263-270

Trends in aggregate

Early-age evolution of recycled concrete strength: insights from micromechanics modeling and experimental testing
Author(s): Markus Königsberger, Brice Delsaute and Stéphanie Staquet
Pages: 272-278

The study on fundamental properties and self-healing performance of concrete using belite-gehlenite clinker as fine aggregate
Author(s): Fumihiro Watanabe, Hiromi Fujiwara, Masatoshi Maruoka, Shunnosuke Ito and Kensuke Hayashi
Pages: 279-286

The producing technology and improved methods of the recycled concrete aggre- gate
Author(s): Ting Du
Pages: 287-287

Experimental study on properties of concrete containing molten slag from inte- grated coal gasification combined cycle as fine aggregate
Author(s): Ryotaro Kobayashi, Hiromi Fujiwara, Masanori Maruoka, Yuto Yamanaka
Pages: 288-295

Recycled aggregates produced from two different feedstock materials – Applied in ready-mixed concrete
Author(s): Hernan Mujica, Egil Velde, Christian J. Engelsen, Monica S. Nodland
Pages: 296-303

Variation in physical and environmental properties of recycled concrete aggre- gates from C&D waste in Delhi
Author(s): Christian J. Engelsen, Harsha Meenawat, Arun Kumar Sharma, Gaurav Bhatiani, Kshemendra Nath P, Monica S. Nodland
Pages: 304-310

Optimizing performances of recycled aggregates for improving concrete proper- ties
Author(s): L. Courard, E. Tabarelli, F. Michel, S. Delvoie, M. ElKarim Bouarroudj, Ch. Colman, Z. Zhao
Pages: 311-318

Innovation in chemistry and nanotechnology

Effects and potentials of plant-based chemical admixtures on the performance of cementitious construction materials
Author(s): Wolfram Schmidt, Ines L. Tchetgnia Ngassam, Kolawole A. Olonade, Rose Mbugua and Hans-Carsten Kühne
Pages: 320-320

Mechanical behavior and neutron shielding performances of TiO2-incorporated cement composites
Author(s): Jaeyeon Park, Sungwun Her, Heongwon Suh, Seung Min Woo, Keunhong Jeong and Sungchul Bae
Pages: 321-327

Effect of titanate nanotubes on the properties of cement-based composites
Author(s): Hyeonseok Jee, Jaeyeon Park, Sungwun Her, Erfan Zalnezhad, Keunhong Jeong and Sungchul Bae
Pages: 328-335

Influence of PRAH crystalline admixtures on the durability of concretes
Author(s): Kosmas K. Sideris, Christos Tassos, Alexandros Chatzopoulos, Panagiota Manita
Pages: 336-341

A comparison of graphene oxide, reduced graphene oxide and pure graphene: early age properties of cement composites
Author(s): Tanvir S. Qureshi and Daman K. Panesar
Pages: 342-349

A new admixture for concrete with clay contaminated sand
Author(s): O. Mazanec, F. Morati, A. Große-Sommer
Pages: 350-350

Candidates for AAMs

Instantaneous activation energy of alkali activated materials
Author(s): Shiju Joseph, Siva Uppalapati and Özlem Cizer
Pages: 352-352

Mechanical parameters of metakaolin-based geopolymer with CRT glass waste fine aggregate
Author(s): Natalia Paszek, Marcin Górski
Pages: 353-360

Development of alkali-activated magnesium aluminosilicate binders from soap- stone
Author(s): Z. Abdollahnejad, T. Luukkonen, M. Mastali, J. Yliniemi J, P. Kinnunen, M. Illi-kainen
Pages: 361-368

Production of alkali-activated binders from iron silicate fines
Author(s): John L. Provis, Angel L. Muńoz Gomez, Oday H. Hussein, Gaone Koma, Emanuela
Pages: 369-376

Mixture proportioning for alkali-activated slag-based concrete
Author(s): Ning Li, Caijun Shi, Zuhua Zhang, Deju Zhu
Pages: 377-377

Alkali activation of high MgO BFS with sodium carbonate added dry vs. wet
Author(s): Abeer M. Humad, John L. Provis, Andrzej Cwirzen
Pages: 378-385

Alternative binders

Hydration of MgO in the presence of hydromagnesite
Author(s): Frank Winnefeld, Eugenia Epifania, Fabio Montagnaro and Ellis M. Gartner
Pages: 387-394

Radioactive waste conditioning using alumina-silicate binary blends
Author(s): Bastien Planel, David Lambertin and Catherine A. Davy
Pages: 395-401

Chemical and microstructural characterisation of lime and lime-metakaolin pastes with linseed oil
Author(s): C. Nunes, P. Mácová, D. Frankeová, R. Ševčík and A. Viani
Pages: 402-409

Use of biomass fly ash for the production of low energy blended calcium sul- foaluminate cements
Author(s): M. Marroccoli, M. De Biasi and A. Telesca
Pages: 410-417

A preliminary study of thermodynamic modelling of calcium sulfoaluminate ce- ment-based material
Author(s): Yoon, H.N., Park, S.M., Kil, T.G. and Lee, H.K.
Pages: 418-423

Properties of Ordinary Portland Cement Clinker with municipal solid waste in- cineration bottom ash as raw meal additive
Author(s): Aneeta M. Joseph, Stijn Matthys and Nele De Belie
Pages: 424-429

Novelties in SCMs

Ternary binder made from coal combustion products: mechanical properties and microstructure evolution
Author(s): Vít Šmilauer, Rostislav Šulc, Pavel Reiterman, Petr Hlaváček, Martina Šídlová, František Škvára, Adéla Peterová, Roman Snop
Pages: 431-438

Use of Carbonated Waste Hardened Cement Powder as a Supplementary Ce- mentitious Material
Author(s): Bao Lu, Caijun Shi
Pages: 439-439

Early strength improvement of sustainable shotcrete
Author(s): Lukas G. Briendl, Joachim Juhart, Markus Krüger, Florian Mittermayr, Isabel Galan
Pages: 440-447

Utilization of rice husk ash as reactive filler for enhancing material properties of ultra-high performance concrete
Author(s): Sung-Hoon Kang, Yang-Hee Kwon and Juhyuk Moon
Pages: 448-455

Potential USE of ash from the paper industry as SCM
Author(s): Sabina Kramar, Vilma Ducman
Pages: 456-462

A study on feasibility of cement clinker manufacture using oyster shell as lime- stone substitute
Author(s): Sungwun Her, Hyeonseok Jee, Taehoon Park, Dongcheon Park and Sungchul Bae
Pages: 463-470

Calcined clay

Comparing the reactivity of different natural calcined clays under alkali activa- tion
Author(s): Ahmed Zohair Khalifa, Yiannis Pontikes, Jan Elsen, Özlem Cizer
Pages: 472-472

Summary of 4-years of research at IIT Madras on concrete with limestone cal- cined clay cement (LC3)
Author(s): Ravindra Gettu, Manu Santhanam, Radhakrishna G. Pillai, Yuvaraj Dhandapani, T. Sakthivel, Sripriya Rengaraju, Sundar Rathnarajan, Fathima Suma M., Anusha S. Basavaraja, Sanoop Prakasan and Nithya Nair V.G.
Pages: 473-480

Limestone calcined clay cements (LC3): effect of raw material properties on hy- dration and strength
Author(s): Franco Zunino, Karen Scrivener
Pages: 481-485

Investigation of calcined brick clays from central Germany for use as a sustaina- ble pozzolan
Author(s): Nsesheye S. Msinjili, Gregor J. G. Gluth, Nico Vogler, Sebastian Simon and Hans-Carsten Kühne
Pages: 486-493

Pozzolanic potential of calcined clay in high-performance concrete
Author(s): Nancy Beuntner, Andrea Kustermann and Karl-Christian Thienel
Pages: 494-501

Influence of temperature on the hydration of limestone calcined clay cements (LC3)
Author(s): François Avet and Karen Scrivener
Pages: 502-507

Bio-based materials

Influence of hydric solicitations on the morphological behavior of hemp concrete
Author(s): F. Bennai, C. El Hachem, K. Abahri and R. Belarbi
Pages: 509-509

Sustainable Hemp-Clay-Lime Concrete
Author(s): Rotem Haik, Isaac A. Meir and Alva Peled
Pages: 510-517

Self – compacting concrete with tailings and fly ash as ecological material
Author(s): Iva M. Despotović, Ksenija S. Janković, Dragan M. Bojović, Marko S. Stojanović
Pages: 518-523

Influence of aggregate type on basic properites of cement mortars blended with mixture of wheat and soya straw ash
Author(s): Mirjana Malešev, Slobodan Šupić, Miroslava Radeka, Vlastimir Radonjanin, Tiana Milović, Olivera Bukvić
Pages: 524-531

Improving resilience of earth construction - current perspectives and future out- look
Author(s): S. S. Lucas, F. Ahmed, H. Varum
Pages: 532-538

Effect of tire powder and wood biomass ash on properties of self compacting con- crete
Author(s): Robert Bušić, Nina Štirmer and Ivana Miličević
Pages: 539-546

3D printing

Surface modification as a technique to improve inter-layer bonding strength in 3D printed cementitious materials
Author(s): J. Van Der Putten, G. De Schutter and K. Van Tittelboom
Pages: 548-548

Powder bed 3D printing with geopolymers
Author(s): Vera Voney, Pietro Odaglia, Gnanli Landrou, Coralie Brumaud, Andrei Jipa, Isolda Agustí-Juan, Benjamin Dillenburger, Guillaume Habert
Pages: 549-556

High-performance 3d printable concrete enhanced with nanomaterials
Author(s): Jacques Kruger, Marchant van den Heever, Seung Cho, Stephan Zeranka and Gideon van Zijl
Pages: 557-564

AAMs for specific applications

LowCopReCon – Low Carbon Precast Concrete ProdUcts for an energy efficient built Environment
Author(s): T.E. McGrath, J. Kwansy, T. Aiken, S. Cox, M. Soutsos, J.F. Chen, J. Mariotti, R. Correia and S. Toal
Pages: 566-573

Improving mechanical characteristics of lightweight geopolymers through me- chanical activation of fly ash
Author(s): Tijana G. Ivanović, Miroslav M. Komljenović, Nataša M. Džunuzović, Violeta M. Ni-kolić and Gordana G. Tanasijević
Pages: 574-581

Preliminary studies on brown coal fly ash as a cement replacement for geopoly- mer brick applications
Author(s): Muhamed Khodr, David Law, Chamila Gunasekara and Sujeeva Setunge
Pages: 582-589

Reactivity of alkali-activated binders for stabilization/solidification of tunnel bor- ing muds
Author(s): Thomas Wattez, Martin Cyr, Cédric Patapy, Julien Waligora, François Olard, Laurent Frouin and Nicolas Musikas
Pages: 590-597

Irradiation resistance of MK-based geopolymers encapuslating oily wastes
Author(s): Daniel A. Geddes, Susan A. Bernal, Martin Hayes and John L. Provis
Pages: 598-604


Chloride Migration Coefficient of Cracked Mortar Incorporating Self-Healing Materials
Author(s): Fahad R. Abro, Abdul S. Buller, Kwang Myong Lee and Seung Yup Jang
Pages: 606-610

Investigation on self-healing characteristic of cementitious materials incorporat- ing supplementary cementitious material and crystalline admixture according to exposed environment
Author(s): B. Park, S. W. Oh, Y. C. Choi, S. W. Yoo and S. W. Jung
Pages: 611-616

Self-sealing of cracks in cementitious materials incorporating superabsorbent polymers under wet/dry cyclic conditions
Author(s): S. Choi, G. Hong and C. Song
Pages: 617-621

Self-healing performance of engineered cementitious composites through the use of nano-silica
Author(s): Oğuzhan Öztürk, Gürkan Yıldırım, Ülkü S. Keskin and Mustafa Şahmaran
Pages: 622-629

Effect of superabsorbent polymers on plastic shrinkage cracking and properties of fresh state mortars reinforced by polymeric fibres
Author(s): Rohollah Rostami, Agnieszka J. Klemm
Pages: 630-637

Design and testing of anionic superabsorbent polymers for use in durable con- crete structures
Author(s): Laurence De Meyst, Els Mannekens, Maria Araújo, Didier Snoeck, Kim Van Tittelboom, Sandra Van Vlierberghe, Geert Deroover, Nele De Belie
Pages: 638-646