Environment-Friendly Construction Materials

Volume 2

Edited by
June 2019
256 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03921-014-5 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03921-015-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Environment-Friendly Construction Materials that was published in

This book is part of the book set Environment-Friendly Construction Materials

Chemistry & Materials Science
Physical Sciences

Construction materials are the most widely used materials for civil infrastructure in our daily lives. However, from an environmental point of view, they consume a huge amount of natural resources and generate the majority of greenhouse gasses. Therefore, many new and novel technologies for designing environmentally friendly construction materials have been developed recently. This Special Issue, “Environment-Friendly Construction Materials”, has been proposed and organized as a means to present recent developments in the field of construction materials. It covers a wide range of selected topics on construction materials.

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Ca-alginate microcapsules; microfluidic; self-healing; bitumen; mineral-asphalt mixtures; aggregate from sanitary ceramic wastes; environmentally friendly construction materials; diatomite; styrene–butadiene–styrene (SBS) modified bitumen; diatomite-modified asphalt mixture; road engineering; fatigue life; three-point bending fatigue test; asphalt mixture; plateau value of permanent deformation ratio; damage evolution; fatigue equation; ultraviolet radiation; bitumen; aging depth; transmittance; permeation; expanded graphite; polyethylene glycol; phase change materials; titanate coupling agent; molecular bridge; building envelopes; thermal property; building energy conservation; reclaimed asphalt pavement; recycling; epoxidized soybean oil; rejuvenator; diffusing; asphalt pavement; fatigue property; pavement failure; long-term field service; asphalt mixture; microwave heating; induction heating; effective heating depth; induced healing; initial self-healing temperature; asphalt mastic; flow behavior index; steel slag; limestone; aggregate morphology; aggregate image measurement system; micro-surfacing; skid-resistance; surface texture; asphalt; water solute exposure; aqueous solute compositions; chemical evolutions; rheological properties; polyacrylic acid; fluidity; rheology; adsorption; combination; cement emulsified asphalt mixture; fatigue performance; thickness combinations; X-ray computed tomography; artificial neural network; crumb rubber; high-strength concrete; damping; dynamic moduli; railway application; recycled material; recycling; sanitary ceramics; concrete; recycling aggregate; asphalt mixture; basalt fiber; response surface methodology; design optimization; fluorescence spectrum; bitumen; ageing; parametrization; “blue-shift”; asphalt; asphalt mortar; healing agents; crack healing; healing model; ultra-thin wearing course; self-healing; induction heating; steel fiber; steel slag; rankinite; carbonation; waste concrete; CO2; aged bitumen; rejuvenator; solubilizer; colloidal structure; micro-morphology; granite aggregate; desulphurization gypsum residues; rubber modified asphalt; asphalt mixture; pavement performance; limestone aggregates; emulsified asphalt; demulsification speed; surface energy; specific surface area; artificially aged asphalt mixture; rejuvenator; durability; dynamic characteristics; overlay tester; energy-based approach; dissipated strain energy; plateau value of dissipated strain energy ratio; fatigue life; three-point bending fatigue test; amorphous silica; crystallization sensitivity; water-leaching pretreatment; rice husk ash; cement; crumb rubber; anti-rutting agent; flexibility; field evaluation; asphalt mixes; aggregate characteristics; simplex lattice design; viscoelastic properties; asphalt combustion; flame retardant; aluminum hydroxide; layered double hydroxide; asphalt mixture; viscoelastic properties; creep; relaxation; aggregates; morphology; crumb rubber powder; SBS/CRP-modified bitumen; aging processes; temperature sensitivity characteristics; diatomite; basalt fiber; asphalt mixture; low-temperature; damage constitutive model; graphene; nitrogen and phosphorus removal; MDA; SOD; sequencing batch Chlorella reactor; SEM; thermal–mechanical properties; bio-oil; regeneration; aged asphalt; molecular dynamic simulation; viscoelasticity; nanomaterial; hydrophobic nanosilica; hydrophilic nanosilica; laboratory evaluation; diatomite; basalt fiber; compound modify; asphalt mixture; asphalt mixture; basalt fiber; freeze-thaw cycle; damage characteristics; high-modulus asphalt mixture (HMAM); dynamic tests; viscoelasticity; dynamic responses; resistance to deformations; tensile strains; tensile stresses; sensitivity analysis; hot mix asphalt containing recycled concrete aggregate; contact angle; adhesion energy; water stability; fatigue performance; self-compacting concrete (SCC); rheology; workability; pozzolanic reaction; microstructure; Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC); long-term drying shrinkage; hydration characteristic; porous pumice; optimization; engineered cementitious composites (ECC); polyvinyl alcohol; fiber modification; mechanical behavior; self-healing; asphalt; rejuvenation; calcium alginate capsules; asphalt-aggregate adhesion; plant ash lixivium; stripping test; contact angle; interfacial transition zone; SBS-modified bitumen; rejuvenating systems; physical properties; viscous-elastic temperature; rutting factor; vibration noise consumption; cold recycled asphalt mixture; reclaimed asphalt pavement; mastic; rheological properties; emulsified asphalt; cement; construction materials; fatigue life; ageing resistance; modified asphalt materials; rejuvenator; self-healing asphalt; recycling; cold recycled asphalt mixture; ultra-high performance concrete