Rubberised self-compacting concrete was prepared containing different amount of untreated tyre waste and their mechanical and microstructural behaviour are investigated and discussed in this paper. The fresh and hardened properties of such materials are compared with those of a typical reference formulation of self-compacting concrete. A comparison of the obtained compressive strengths with literature data confirms that self-compacting technology helps binding rubber phases.

Tyre rubber waste recycling in self-compacting concrete

BIGNOZZI, MARIA;SANDROLINI, FRANCO
2006

Abstract

Rubberised self-compacting concrete was prepared containing different amount of untreated tyre waste and their mechanical and microstructural behaviour are investigated and discussed in this paper. The fresh and hardened properties of such materials are compared with those of a typical reference formulation of self-compacting concrete. A comparison of the obtained compressive strengths with literature data confirms that self-compacting technology helps binding rubber phases.
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