Demolition and Reuse of Concrete and Masonry: Proceedings of the Third International RILEM Symposium

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1994-01-03
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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This book forms the Proceedings of the Third International RILEM Symposium in Odense, Demark in October 1993. It includes reviews and reports of recent developments in the fields of demolition techniques and reuse of waste building materials, and focusses on the integration of demolition and recycling operations in the construction and housing industry.

Table of Contents

Organizing Committee
Scientific Committee
RILEM Technical Committee 121-DRG
Sponsors and Cooperating Organizations
Reports issued by RILEM Technical Committees 37-DRC and 121-DRG
Financial, economical and political aspects of the reuse of construction and demolition wastep. 3
Guidelines for seismic capacity evaluation of reinforced concrete buildingsp. 9
Guidelines for demolition with respect to the reuse of building materials: guidelines and experiences in Belgiump. 25
Guidelines and experience from the demolition of houses in connection with the Oresund Link between Denmark and Swedenp. 35
Reuse of demolition materials in relation to specifications in the UKp. 49
Recycling of construction and demolition waste in Belgium: actual situation and future evolutionp. 57
Practical guideline for the use of recycled aggregates in concrete in France and Spainp. 71
Concrete/masonry recycling progress in the USAp. 83
Guidelines and the present state of the reuse of demolished concrete in Japanp. 93
The processing of building rubble as concrete aggregate in Germanyp. 105
Report on unified specifications for recycled coarse aggregates for concretep. 119
Demolition and reuse following disastersp. 121
Experience gained in dismantling of the Japan Power Demonstration Reactor (JPDR)p. 135
Blasting demolition of six-storey reinforced concrete building (Part 1: Experimental blasting of reinforced concrete components)p. 147
Blasting demolition of six-storey reinforced concrete apartment buildings (Part 2: Demolition plan, pre-work measures, collapse conditions)p. 159
Blasting demolition of six-storey reinforced concrete apartment building (Part 3: Blast design, noise and vibration)p. 171
Progress of blasting demolition techniques for reinforced concrete constructions in Japanp. 183
Fracture control techniques for partial demolition of concrete by blastingp. 195
Protection methods from fragmentation in blasting demolition (Part 1: Evaluation of cover materials and protection methods)p. 207
Protection methods from fragmentation in blasting demolition (Part 2: Dynamic movement of fragments)p. 219
Non-explosive demolition agent in Japanp. 231
Fast-acting non-explosive demolition agentp. 243
Expansive energies of non-explosive demolition agentp. 255
Recent demolition techniques using electric power in Japanp. 263
The explosive demolition of tall buildingsp. 275
The application of modified water jets as tools for demolitionp. 285
Investigation into the cutting of bonded prestressing bars during demolitionp. 295
Recycling of concrete in aggressive environmentp. 309
Modifying the performance of concrete made with coarse and fine recycled concrete aggregatesp. 319
Behaviour of reinforced concrete beams containing recycled aggregatep. 331
Mechanical and physico-chemical properties of concrete produced with coarse and fine recycled concrete aggregatesp. 343
Siliceous by-products for use in blended cementsp. 355
The total evaluation of recycled aggregate and recycled concretep. 367
Physical properties of recycled concrete using recycled coarse aggregate made of concrete with finishing materialsp. 379
Exploration of concrete and structural concrete elements made of reused masonryp. 391
A method for total reutilization of masonry by crushing, burning, shaping and autoclavingp. 407
Recycling of clay bricksp. 411
Special techniques for the recycling of concrete base plates (railway "sleepers")p. 415
Recycling of reinforced concrete structures and buildings using composite construction: approach to an environmental-economic assessmentp. 421
Recycling of concrete for the reconstruction of the concrete pavement on the Vienna-Salzburg motorwayp. 433
Inert wastes from ceramics production and construction works: recycling experiences in Sassuolo, Italyp. 443
Recycling powdered concrete wastep. 455
Development of integrated waste management strategies for demolition wastep. 467
Buildings as reservoirs of materials - their reuse and implications for future construction designp. 479
Possibilities for implementing economic, fiscal and practical instruments to promote cleaner technologyp. 487
Transition of the technique of reinforced concrete constructions measured to earthquake damage in Japanp. 491
Retrieving materials - the effects of EC health and safety directivesp. 505
The Great Belt Link projectp. 511
The "Recycled House" in Odensep. 521
Author indexp. 529
Subject indexp. 531
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