Steel-fibre-reinforced self-compacting concrete with 100% recycled mixed aggregates suitable for structural applications
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This research focuses on designing and characterizing steel-fibre-reinforced self-compacting concrete using recycled aggregates (SFR-SCC-RA). Six different concrete dosages have been designed, and two extensive mechanical and physical characterization programs have been conducted. The first program was developed in a concrete production plant to verify the compatibility of the new material with the existing production systems. The second program was developed in a laboratory under controlled temperature and humidity conditions. Although compressive strengths greater than 25 N/mm2 have been reached (which allows the material to be classified as structural), the design in this initial phase is oriented to applications with limited mechanical requirements (e.g., foundations, earth retaining walls and pavements, in which design forces are moderate).
CitacióOrtiz, J. A., de la Fuente, A., Mena Sebastia, F., Segura, I., Aguado, A. Steel-fibre-reinforced self-compacting concrete with 100% recycled mixed aggregates suitable for structural applications. "Construction & building materials", Desembre 2017, vol. 156, p. 230-241.
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