Poutos, Konstantinos, Alani, Amir, Walden, Phillip and Chander, Sangha (2007) Relative temperature changes within concrete made with recycled glass aggregate. Construction and Building Materials, 22 (4). pp. 557-565.
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The focus of much of the published literature on the use of glass in concrete has been on its use as a cement replacement material.
Recent studies have shown that recycled glass can be used as an aggregate without compromising concrete strength. However little
research has been carried out on the thermal properties of such concretes.
The temperature of recycled glass cullet after production using an implosion technique remained high for the next 24 h. Thus, an
experimental investigation was undertaken in order to study whether concrete made with such material had significantly different thermal
properties in comparison to concrete made with natural aggregates.
The process of cement hydration resulted in much higher temperatures being produced in concrete made with glass cullet. Further
testing revealed that exposure of concrete to both high (60 C) and low (20 C) temperatures produced, greater temperature stability.
These findings suggest that concrete made with recycled glass could have two important applications, namely, cold temperature concreting
and in buildings to maintain greater temperature stability.
Keywords: Glass aggregates; Temperature development; Heat absorption; Heat dissipation
|Subjects:||Construction and engineering > Civil and structural engineering|
|Depositing User:||Konstantinos Poutos|
|Date Deposited:||21 Jun 2016 13:47|
|Last Modified:||06 Jul 2016 11:08|
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