SP-334: Sustainable Concrete with Beneficial Byproducts

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Sponsors & Editors: ACI Committee 555, Concrete with Recycled Materials, Moncef L. Nehdi




To improve the eco-efficiency and sustainability of concrete, the cement and concrete industry can exploit many byproducts in applications that could, in some cases, outperform conventional materials made with traditional ingredients. This Special Publication of the American Concrete Institute Committee 555 (Concrete with Recycled Materials) is a contribution towards improving the sustainability of concrete via using recycled materials, such as scrap tire rubber and tire steel wire fiber, GFRP waste, fluff, reclaimed asphalt pavements, recycled latex paint, and recycled concrete aggregate. Advancing knowledge in this area should introduce the use of recycled materials in concrete for applications never considered before, while achieving desirable performance criteria economically, without compromising the quality and long-term performance of the concrete civil infrastructure.


Document Details

Pages: 152

ISBN: 9781641950770

Categories: Aggregates, Recycling, Sustainability

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents


Mechanical Performance of Concrete Incorporating Slender Elements from Recycling GFRP Waste (1-12)

Authors: Yuan Tian and Ardavan Yazdanbakhsh


Utilization of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Aggregates in Portland Cement Concrete for Concrete Pavement (13-32)

Authors: Anol Mukhopadhyay and Xijun Shi


Investigation of High Strength Concrete Behavior Made with Very High Percentages of Metakaolin and Steel Fibers (33-49)

Authors: Mohammed S. Eisa, Ahmed Ibrahim, and Olaniyi Arowojolu


Mechanical Properties of Concrete Made with Fluff (50-67)

Authors: Alessandro P. Fantilli and Bernardino Chiaia


An Investigation of Tire-Derived Lightweight Aggregate Concrete (68-98)

Authors: Fariborz M. Tehrani, John Carreon, and Nathan Miller


Comparison among Different Mix-Design Procedures for RCA Concrete (99-121)

Authors: Diego Jesus De Souza, Leandro Sanchez, Faraz Ahimoghadam and Gholamreza Fathifazl


Properties of Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Mortars (122-135)

Authors: A.M. Said, O. Saleh and A. Ayad


Self-consolidating Concrete Using FRAP and High Volume of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (136-152)

Authors: Yasser Khodair, Arif Iqbal, Mohammed Hussaini


Properties and Durability of Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Fiber-Reinforced Rubber Mortar (153-165)

Authors: Ruizhe Si, Qingli Dai, and Jiaqing Wang


Recycled Additive to Improve Freeze-Thaw Durability of High Fly Ash Content Mortar (166-184)

Authors: Ahmed A. Gheni and Mohamed A. ElGawady


Durability of Fly Ash Class C Based Alkali Activated Concrete (185-204)

Authors: Eslam Gomaa, Ahmed Gheni, and Mohamed ElGawady


Pervious Concrete Production Using Recycled Waste Latex Paint (205-218)

Authors: A. Said and O. Quiroz


CDW Integrated Management, from Linear to Circular Economy in Bogota (219-237)

Authors: Juan Pablo Agudelo, Luz Angélica Rodríguez, Pedro Nel Quiroga, and María Paulina Villegas


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