Recycled Ceramics in Sustainable Concrete
Properties and Performance
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Recycled Ceramics in Sustainable Concrete: Properties and Performance explores the use of novel waste materials in the construction industry as sustainable and environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional cement production technologies. It specifically focuses on using waste ceramics as a binder and aggregate replacement for concrete.
- Includes a lifecycle assessment
- Describes recycling of ceramic tile wastes as fine and coarse aggregate replacement
- Discusses microstructure performance of sustainable concrete
- Evaluates performance of sustainable concrete exposed to elevated temperatures and corrosives
Written for materials, chemical, and civil engineers as well as others who develop construction materials, this book provides readers with a thorough understanding of the merits of using waste ceramics to produce sustainable concrete..
Table of Contents
1. Ceramic Tile Wastes in General. 2. Physical, Chemical and Mineral Properties of Ceramic Tile Wastes. 3. Recycling Ceramic Title Wastes as Fine and Coarse Aggregate Replacement. 4. Properties of Ceramic Tile Waste Based Alkali-activated Concrete. 5. Wastes Ceramic Powder Based of Self-compacted Alkali-activated Concrete. 6. Microstructure Performance of Ceramic Tile Waste Based Alkali-activated Concrete. 7. Performance Evaluation of Ceramic Tile Waste Powder Incorporated Alkali Activated Concrete Exposed to Elevated Temperatures. 8. Acid Attack Resistance of Ceramic Tile Wastes Powder Based Alkali-activated Mortars. 9. Evaluation of Ceramic Tile Wastes Powder Based Alkali-activated Mortars as Surface Repair Materials. 10. Sustainability Evaluation of Alkali-activated Concrete Containing High Volume Ceramic Tile Wastes
Prof. Dr. Kwok Wei Shah
Prof. Shah Kwok Wei is presently Assistant Professor, and Deputy Program Director under the Dept. of Building, School of Design and Environment, National University Singapore. He is Advisory Board member of Vietnam Green Building Council and sits on VGBC Education Committee. He lectures for REHDA GreenRE in Malaysia and Visiting Fellow of University Technology of Malaysia, UTM. He is Visiting Professor at Tianjin University of Technology, China. He is appointed BCA Ambassador for 3 yrs period and a member of SPRING and SGBC technical committees. He served as Technical Consultant for Ascendas Services Pte Ltd, Chief Technical Advisor for Bronx Culture Pte Ltd.
Dr Shah’ research interest is on nanotechnology and nanomaterials for green building applications. Dr Shah has done outstanding research work on a novel low-cost high-volume aqueous silica-coating technique has been granted a US Patent (US 20130196057 A1). His research paper published by Nanoscale (Nanoscale, Impact Factor=6.739, DOI:10.1039/C4NR03306J) on "Noble metal nanoparticles coated with silica by a simple process that does not employ alcohol" was highlighted by popular online science magazines such as ScienceDaily, Physorg and A*STAR website. Separately, Dr Shah’s research on microencapsulated phase change materials enhanced by highly thermal conductive nanowires (Journal of Materials Chem. A, DOI: 10.1039/C3TA14550F, Impact Factor=6.626) led to the development of "M-KOOL" phase change cooling technology, which was featured on Physorg, Channel News Asia, Straits Times, Business Times, TODAY, The Star Online and Lianhe Wanbao. So far, Dr Shah’s achievements include 3 first-authored papers, 9 co-authored papers, 1 book chapter, 12 patents disclosures and 1 commercial licensing.
Dr. Ghasan Fahim Huseien
He is a research fellow at department of Building, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore, Singapore. He received his PhD degree from University Technology Malaysia in 2017. He is involved in the Applied R & D research on evaluation and application of various types of materials to repair cracks, damaged surfaces in concrete"; "Applied R & D and utilization of industrial and agriculture wastes (to reduce cost, energy and environmental problems) for the existing and future construction of concrete structures, both in the laboratory and in the field". He has authored and co-authored more than forty-five technical report and significant publications, two books and eight book chapters. He is peer reviewer for several international journals as well as Master and PhD students. He is a member of Concrete Society of Malaysia and American Concrete Institute.
Dr. Ghasan Fahim Huseien has over 5 years of Applied Research and Development (R&D) as well as he has up to 10 years’ experience in manufacturing smart materials for sustainable building and smart cities. He has expertise in Advanced Sustainable Construction Materials covering Civil Engineering, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Geology, Architecture departments, etc. He authored and co-authored +50 publications and technical reports, 3 books and 15 book chapters and participated in +25 national and international conferences/workshops.
His past experience in projects including application of nanotechnology in construction and building materials, self-healing technology, geopolymer as sustainable and eco-friendly repair materials in construction industry.