The Sustainable Composite Materials in Civil and Architectural Engineering

Edited by
March 2022
182 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3501-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3502-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue The Sustainable Composite Materials in Civil and Architectural Engineering that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

This book is a collection of 10 research articles (from 18 submissions) authored by researchers and peer reviewed by professionals in the field to address the use of sustainable composite materials in civil and architectural engineering over the course of more than 2 years. Fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP), geopolymers, and various recycled and repurposed waste materials are among the items addressed, used in a variety of applications from flame retardance to energy consumption. This book is a great resource for both academics and professionals in the field of engineering.

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basic oxygen furnace slag; autoclave test; geopolymer technology; expansion behavior; recycling; Ag/MWCNT; EMSE; laminated woven fabric; PTFE film; screen printing; utilization; SiC sludge; alkaline activator solutions; synergistic effect; geopolymer reaction; flame retardant; organic–inorganic hybrid; polyurethane; sol–gel method; synergistic effect; graphene nanoplatelets; graphene nanoplatelets/epoxy nanocomposite; mechanical properties; planetary centrifugal mixing; three-roll milling; traditional dispersal; cement soil; nano MgO; carbonization process; compressive strength; energy dissipation; asphalt concrete; basic oxygen furnace slag; radiation cooling; emissivity; thermal conductivity; recycled carbon fiber; fiber-reinforced concrete; microwave-assisted pyrolysis; shock wave; inorganic; geopolymer; heat storage; light reflectivity; heat flux; sustainable cities and communities; carbon fiber-reinforced polymer; recycled carbon fiber; microwave-assisted pyrolysis; silane coupling agents; n/a