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Advances in sustainable materials and resilient infrastructure / / edited by Krishna R. Reddy [and three others]



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Titolo: Advances in sustainable materials and resilient infrastructure / / edited by Krishna R. Reddy [and three others] Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Singapore : , : Springer, , [2022]
©2022
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (422 pages)
Disciplina: 690.028
Soggetto topico: Building materials - Environmental aspects
Sustainable construction
Persona (resp. second.): ReddyKrishna R.
Nota di contenuto: Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Tiered Quantitative Assessment of Life Cycle Sustainability and Resilience (TQUALICSR): Framework for Design of Engineering Projects -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Framework (TQUALICSR) Basis -- 1.2.1 Tier 1 Tools and Indicators -- 1.2.2 Tier 2 Tools and Indicators -- 1.2.3 Tier 3 Tools and Indicators -- 1.3 Framework (TQUALICSR) Description -- 1.3.1 Phase 1: Design Constraints, Exposure and Vulnerability Assessment -- 1.3.2 Phase 2: TQUALICSR Framework Assembly -- 1.3.3 Phase 3: Sustainability and Resilience Assessment -- 1.3.4 Phase 4: Decision-Making -- 1.4 Sustainability Indicators and Tools -- 1.4.1 Environmental Requirements -- 1.4.2 Social Requirements -- 1.4.3 Economic Requirements -- 1.5 Conclusion -- References -- 2 The Effect of COVID-19 on Public Transportation Sectors and Conceptualizing the Shifting Paradigm: A Report on Indian Scenario -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Level of Lockdown and Unlock Phases in India -- 2.2.1 Lockdown-Through Lens of an Optimist -- 2.3 Economic Sector During Lockdown Period -- 2.4 Impact of COVID-19 on the Public Transport Sector -- 2.4.1 Road Sector -- 2.4.2 Rail Sector -- 2.4.3 Airway Transport Sector -- 2.4.4 Tourism Sector -- 2.5 Effect of the Second Wave of COVID-19 in India -- 2.6 Post-Lockdown Scenario -- 2.6.1 Survey Analysis -- 2.7 World Coping with the Crisis -- 2.7.1 Scenario in India Due to Crisis -- 2.8 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Life Cycle Assessment to Identify Sustainable Lime-Pozzolana Binders for Repair of Heritage Structures -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Materials -- 3.2.1 Hydrated Lime -- 3.2.2 Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) -- 3.2.3 Fly Ash -- 3.2.4 Ggbs -- 3.2.5 Sand -- 3.2.6 Water -- 3.2.7 Mixes -- 3.3 Methods -- 3.3.1 LCA Approach and Framework -- 3.3.2 System Boundary for Mortar Production -- 3.3.3 Assumptions.
3.4 Results and Discussions of LCA Study -- 3.4.1 Cumulative Energy Demand Assessment -- 3.4.2 CML-IA (Baseline) Method Impact Assessment -- 3.4.3 Eco-Indicator 99 Impact Assessment -- 3.5 Conclusions -- References -- 4 Utilization of Recycled Industrial Solid Wastes as Building Materials in Sustainable Construction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.1.1 Sustainable Management of Industrial Wastes-Benefits of Utilization in Construction -- 4.2 Industrial Solid Wastes and Environmental Implications -- 4.2.1 Major Industrial Solid Wastes Used in Construction -- 4.2.2 Challenges and Issues Related to Industrial Waste Recycling -- 4.3 Potential Avenues for Future Research -- 4.3.1 Engineering and Environmental Assessment of Wastes for Suitable Applications -- 4.3.2 Treatment and Processing of Wastes for Valorization -- 4.3.3 Environmental Implications of the Waste-Incorporated Building Products -- 4.4 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Development of a Machine Learning-Based Drone System for Management of Construction Sites -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Literature Review -- 5.3 Proposed Drone-Powered Machine Learning Model for Construction Site Management -- 5.4 Performance Analysis -- 5.5 Conclusion and Future Scope -- References -- 6 Influence of Binder Chemical Properties on the Elastic Properties of Asphalt Mixes Containing RAP Material -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Objective of the Work -- 6.3 Scope of the Present Work -- 6.4 Materials and Methods Considered -- 6.4.1 Materials -- 6.4.2 Mix Design of RAP Mixes -- 6.4.3 Oscillation Test on RAP-Virgin Binder Blends -- 6.4.4 Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy on Binder Blends -- 6.4.5 Stiffness Modulus Test -- 6.5 Results and Discussion -- 6.5.1 Oscillation Test Results -- 6.5.2 FTIR Test Results -- 6.5.3 Stiffness Modulus Test Results.
6.5.4 Relationship Between the Chemical and Elastic Properties of Binders and Mixtures -- 6.6 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Principles and Prospects of Using Lignosulphonate as a Sustainable Expansive Soil Ameliorator: From Basics to Innovations -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Formation, Structure, and Properties of LS -- 7.3 Efficacy of LS as an Expansive Soil Stabilizer -- 7.3.1 Soil Plasticity and Grain Size Distribution -- 7.3.2 Volumetric Change Behavior -- 7.3.3 Compressibility and Permeability Parameters -- 7.3.4 Strength Characteristics -- 7.3.5 Stabilization Mechanism -- 7.4 Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- 8 Use of Photocatalyst in Self-Cleaning Constructions Material: A Review -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.1.1 How Self-Cleaning Material was Invented and It's History -- 8.2 Photocatalytic Cementitious Materials -- 8.3 Process Parameters -- 8.3.1 Environmental Parameters -- 8.4 Various Techniques for Self-Repairing -- 8.4.1 Taxonomy of Self-Cleaning Techniques -- 8.5 Cost Analysis -- 8.6 Challenges and Future Prospects -- 8.7 Conclusions -- References -- 9 Investigations on Chemical, Mechanical, and Long-Term Characteristics of Alkali-Activated Concrete -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Materials and Methods -- 9.2.1 Materials -- 9.2.2 Mix Proportions and Specimen Preparation -- 9.2.3 Experimental Methods -- 9.3 Results -- 9.4 Conclusion -- References -- 10 Ash Utilization Strategy in India-A Way Forward -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.1.1 Ash Generation from Thermal Power Plants -- 10.1.2 Trends in Ash Utilization in India -- 10.1.3 Usage of Ash in Construction Industry and Other Allied Sectors -- 10.1.4 Challenges in Ash Utilization in India -- 10.2 Classification of Ash -- 10.2.1 Classification on the Basis of Chemical Composition -- 10.2.2 Classification on the Basis of Physical Characteristics -- 10.2.3 Standards and Specification on Fly Ash.
10.3 Studies Done at Nccbm for Ash Utilization-A Way Forward -- 10.3.1 Bottom Ash as Replacement of Fine Aggregate -- 10.3.2 Flyash Concrete-A Cost Effective Solution -- 10.3.3 Fly Ash and Slag-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 10.3.4 Sintered Fly Ash Light Weight Aggregate for Structural Concrete -- 10.3.5 Controlled Low Strength Material for Backfilling -- 10.3.6 Pond Ash-Clay Fired Bricks -- 10.4 Conclusion and Need of Further Research -- References -- 11 Sustainable Pavements for Low-Impact Developments in Urban Localities -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Cool Pavements -- 11.2.1 Reflective Pavements -- 11.2.2 Evaporative Pavements -- 11.2.3 Heat Storage Modified Pavements -- 11.2.4 Future Research Prospects -- 11.3 Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.1 Materials and Properties of Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.2 Applications of Pervious Concrete in Pavements -- 11.3.3 Mix Design of Pervious Concrete -- 11.3.4 Pervious Concrete Pavement Design -- 11.3.5 Limitations and Way Forward -- 11.4 Summary -- References -- 12 Review on Biopolymer Stabilization-A Natural Alternative for Erosion Control -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Particle Size of Untreated and Biopolymer Admixed Soils -- 12.3 Soil Morphology -- 12.4 Strength of the Biopolymer Treated Soils -- 12.5 Laboratory Assessment of Erosion -- 12.6 Field Implementation -- 12.7 Summary -- References -- 13 A Parameter to Assess the Strength of Fly Ash and GGBS-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Factors Affecting Strength of Ggbs and Fly Ash-Based Geopolymer Concrete -- 13.3 Unified Parameter-Binder Index -- 13.4 Conclusions -- References -- 14 Influence of Soft Drink Bottle Caps as Steel Fibre on Mechanical Properties of Concrete -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Materials -- 14.3 Methodology -- 14.4 Observations -- 14.5 Tests on Concrete -- 14.6 Results and Discussions -- 14.7 Conclusions -- References.
15 Effect of Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) Aggregates on Strength of Fly Ash-GGBS-Based Alkali-Activated Concrete (AAC) -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Materials and Methods -- 15.3 Results and Discussion -- 15.4 Conclusions -- References -- 16 An Index for Assessment of Onsite Waste Management Performance in Indian Construction Sites -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Literature Review -- 16.2.1 Definition of Construction Waste -- 16.2.2 Existing Studies on C& -- D Waste Management. -- 16.2.3 C& -- D WM in India -- 16.2.4 Software Developments in C& -- D Waste Management -- 16.3 Methodology -- 16.3.1 Identification and Ranking of OCWMPA Variables -- 16.3.2 Developing Onsite Construction Waste Management Performance Assessment (OCWMPA) Index -- 16.4 Analysis Results and Discussion -- 16.4.1 Outlier Elimination -- 16.4.2 Relative Importance Index (RII) -- 16.4.3 Category Weightages and OCWMPA Index -- 16.4.4 Content Validity -- 16.5 Conclusion -- 16.5.1 Conclusions of the Analysis Results -- 16.5.2 Suggestions Based on Categorization: -- 16.5.3 Implications of the Research on Academia, Industry and Policy Developers -- Appendix -- References -- 17 Production of Lightweight Aggregates for Construction Industry from Industrial Byproducts: A Review -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Lightweight Concrete -- 17.3 Methodology -- 17.4 Lightweight Aggregate Production and Properties -- 17.5 Potential Industrial Byproducts -- 17.5.1 Fly Ash -- 17.5.2 Municipal Solid Waste -- 17.5.3 Palm Oil Shell -- 17.5.4 Water Treatment Sludge -- 17.6 Conclusions -- References -- 18 Sulfate Resistant Mortar Using Coarse Fraction of Red Mud as Fine Aggregate -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 Material and Methodology -- 18.3 Results and Discussion -- 18.3.1 Physical Characteristics -- 18.3.2 Compressive Strength -- 18.3.3 Corrosion Resistance -- 18.4 Conclusions -- References.
19 Condition Assessment and Repair Strategy for RCC Chimney of Thermal Power Station Located in Semi-Arid Region in India.
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