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Proceedings pro133 : International Workshop CO2 Storage in Concrete - CO2STO2019


Title: CO2STO2019 - International Workshop CO2 Storage in Concrete
Edited by: Assia Djerbi, Othman Omikrine-Metalssi, Teddy Fen-Chong
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-232-9
ISBN:
Pages: 279
Publication date: 2019

Decreasing natural resources of sand and gravel and increasing problems with waste management support the recycling of the accumulating waste materials. If the vision of a sustainable material flow is to be realized, the amount of recycled waste has to be increased. The building industry in particular is a major consumer of materials and at the same time a major producer of waste and CO2 emissions by production of Portland cement which represents 5 to 8% of CO2 emissions worldwide. CO2STO2019 « CO2 storage in concrete » focuses on the ability of concrete to store CO2 during its life cycle. Concrete undergoes natural carbonation during service life of structures. At the end of its service life, accelerated carbonation of recycled concrete as aggregates for new concretes can take place in order to improve the properties of recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) and reduce the environmental impact of concrete.

This workshop focused on the impact of natural carbonation on existing structures and life cycle analysis, on the study of natural and accelerated carbonation of recycled aggregates under laboratory or realistic industrial conditions. Experimental studies and modelling on fast carbonation of cementitious materials were presented.

IFSTTAR and the FastCarb french national project, in partnership with the Association Universitaire de Génie Civil, the École française du béton, the International Federation for Structural Concrete, and RILEM, organized the CO2STO2019 workshop in Marne la vallée France on 24 and 25 June 2019. This brought together experts in the field of carbonation of concrete and the recycling of construction and demolition waste (CDW) from around the world. This workshop dealt with the normative aspect and the feedback of several countries, research at the laboratory scale and development at the industrial scale.

We hope that the scientific contents of the workshop will open new perspectives and new opportunities for further research activities in the field of CO2 storage by concrete and building materials, as part of the urgent and crucial fight against green-house gas emissions, given that even a global warming of 1.5°C (the most optimistic forecast) will cause dramatic changes, as reminded us by Prof. Valérie Masson-Delmotte (member of the IPCC) at her opening conference.


Contents


Preface
Author(s):
Pages: XXI

KEYNOTE LECTURES


ENHANCEMENT OF PROPERTIES OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE BY ACCELERATED CO2 CURING
Author(s): C.S. Poon, B.J. Zhan, D.X. Xuan, M.U. Hossain
Pages: 03-12

THE FRENCH NATIONAL PROJECT ON COMPLET RECYCLING OF CONCRETE
Author(s): H. Colina, F. de Larrard
Pages: 13

NATURAL DEGREE OF CARBONATION OF SPANISH CEMENTS AND GLOBAL CALCULATION OF CO2 UPTAKE
Author(s): C. Andrade
Pages: 14

THEME A: NATURAL CO2 UPTAKE IN CONCRETE STRUCTURES, LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS (LCA)


TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE CO2 STORAGE CAPACITY OF A BUILDING THROUGHOUT ITS ENTIRE LIFE CYCLE: CASE STUDY ON AZIYADE STUDENT RESIDENCE IN LA ROCHELLE
Author(s): P-Y. Mahieux, Ph. Turcry, A. Seigneurin, A. Chatel, M. Taugamoa, J. Michaud
Pages: 17-26

CO2 ADSORPTION OF CONCRETE BASED ON THE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS OF SWITZERALND
Author(s): A. Leemann
Pages: 27-38

CARBONATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CONCRETE
Author(s): J-M. Potier
Pages: 39-45

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS OF RECYCLED AGGREGATES CONCRETE CONSIDERING SOME WAYS TO IMPROVE THEIR IMPACT: A CASE STUDY OF PARIS’ REGION
Author(s): R. Idir, A. Ben Fraj
Pages: 46-55

CARBON DIOXIDE BINDING ABILITY IN CONCRETES: METHODOLOGY AND MODELING
Author(s): L. Schmitt, J. Jeong, J-M Potier, L. Izoret, J. Mai-Nhu, N. Decousser, P. Rougeau
Pages: 56

DESIGNING REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURE LOCATED IN MADRID BY COMBINING DURABILITY AND LCA MODELING
Author(s): A. VENTURA, T. SENGA KIESSE, V-L. TA, S. BONNET
Pages: 57-67

CONSIDERATION OF CARBONATION IN ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATIONS (EPDS) FOR CONCRETE PRODUCED IN GERMANY
Author(s): J. Reiners, Ch. Müller
Pages: 68-72

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF CARBON CAPTURE AND UTILIZATION: A NEW SYSTEMIC VISION – APPLICATION TO VALORIZATION OF NICKEL SLAGS
Author(s): A. VENTURA, N. ANTHEAUME
Pages: 73-79

MANUFACTURING OF C2S USING BY-PRODUCT CALCIUM HYDROXIDE AND ITS CO2 EMISSION
Author(s): T. Maeda, T. Mori, M. Ushiro, T. Higuchi
Pages: 80-88

TOWARDS THE MEASUREMENT OF TIME AND LENGTH SCALES RELEVANT TO CONCRETE CARBONATION
Author(s): B. Huet, G. Pham, A. Bauland, M. Boumaaza, R. Barbarulo
Pages: 89

THEME B: NATURAL AND FAST CARBONATION OF RCA


EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ACCELERATED CARBONATION INCLUDING NO2 AND SO2 ON RECYCLED CONCRETE AGGREGATES
Author(s): J. Jeong, H. Boughalad, J. Colin, L. Izoret
Pages: 92-97

CO2 CAPTURE FOR MINERALIZED MISCANTHUS AGGREGATES
Author(s): S. Grigoletto, L. Courard, Z. Zhao and F. Michel
Pages: 98

ACCELERATED CARBONATION OF COARSE AGGREGATES BY USING A ROTATING SYSTEM IN ORDER TO IMPROVE ITS PROPERTIES
Author(s): G. S. Dos Reis, B. G. Cazacliu, R. Artoni, J-m. Torrenti, J. Rosquoët, C. H. Sampaio
Pages: 99-108

NATURAL CARBONATION OF MULTIPLELY RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): C.J. Zega , J.M. Etcheverry, Y.A. Villagrán-Zaccardi
Pages: 109-115

Quantification of construction and demolition waste products that can be carbonated using a deep learning-based image analysis
Author(s): J-D. Lau Hiu Hoong, J. Lux, P-Y. Mahieux, Ph. Turcry, A. Aït-Mokhtar
Pages: 116-126

CALCIUM CARBONATE PRECIPITATION OF ALKALIPHILIC BACTERIA ON ORDINARY PORTLANDITE CEMENT WITH A VISION ON RECYCLED CONCRETE AGGREGATES APPLICATION
Author(s): H. Martinez Hernandez, M. Gueguen Minerbe, Y. Pechaud and T. Sedran
Pages: 127-137

THE CARBONATION OF RECYCLED CONCRETE AGGREGATE AFFECTED BY ALKALI-SILICA REACTION
Author(s): M. Thomas, S. Monkman
Pages: 138-145

CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE INCORPORATION EFFECT OF CO2 UPTAKE DUE TO MORTAR CARBONATION
Author(s): E. Possan, L. Mazurana, I. O. Antonio, E. Rigo, W. A Thomaz
Pages: 146-155

EFFECT OF CARBONATION ON RECYCLED CONCRETE AGGREGATES AND WATER ABSORPTION
Author(s): Marie SERENG, Assia DJERBI, Othman OMIKRINE METALSSI,
Pages: 156-166

THEME C: FAST CARBONATION OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS


CORRELATION BETWEEN CARBONATION DEPTH AND CARBON CAPTURE BY CEMENTS DILUTED BY FILLER
Author(s): D-L. Thomaz Pessutto , M. Quattrone, V-M. John
Pages: 169-177

CO2 SEQUESTRATION POTENTIAL OF HIGH-VOLUME FLY ASH (HVFA) MORTAR WHEN BASED ON ACCELERATED CARBONATION TESTS
Author(s): P. Van den Heede, N. De Belie
Pages: 178-184

INVESTIGATION OF ACCELERATED CARBONATION KINETICS THROUGH CO2 DIFFUSION TESTS CARRIED OUT ON PARTIALLY WATER-SATURATED SPECIMENS OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Ph. Turcry, F. Gendron, A. Deeb, A. Aït-Mokhtar
Pages: 185-194

A NEW CARBON DIOXIDE SEQUESTRATION METHOD THROUGH HIGH TEMPERATURE CARBONATION OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS
Author(s): D. WANG, T.NOGUCHI, T.NOZAKI, Y. HIGO
Pages: 195-203

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE CONCRETE EXTREMELY REDUCING CO2 EMISSIONS BY USING C2S AND CARBONATION CURING
Author(s): T. Torichigai, K. Yokozeki, I. YOSHIOKA, T. Mori
Pages: 204-212

CO2 SEQUESTRATION CAP ACITY OF REACTIVE MgO – PORTLAND CEMENT BINDER SYSTEMS AND A LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT CASE STUDY
Author(s): R. Zhang, A. Arrigoni, D.K. Panesar
Pages: 213-223

MODELLING AND TESTING OF CARBONATION EFFECTS ON HYDRATED OIL-WELL CEMENTS
Author(s): M. Addassi, A. Michel, Victor Marcos Meson, W. Kunther
Pages: 224-233

CARBONATION OF CEMENT BY SUPER-SATURATED AQUEOUS SOLUTION
Author(s): N. Lippiatt, T.C. Ling
Pages: 234-242

QUANTIFICATION OF BOUND CO2 IN VARIOUS CARBONATED CEMENTITIOUS MATRICES
Author(s): M. Saillio, V. Baroghel-Bouny, M. Bertin, J. Vincent, J.B. de Lacaillerie
Pages: 243-253