Publication
Title
The usage of fluorescent waste glass powder in concrete
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Abstract
Typical problem for Baltic States is recycling of glass; glass wastes are mainly dumped into landfill. Landfills of nonrecyclable fluorescent lamp glass do not provide an environmentfriendly solution for these wastes. In the present research waste borosilicate (DRL) and leaden silicate (LB) glass chippings after fluorescent lamp crushing were ground and used as micro filler as partial substitution of cement therefore reducing landfill pollution and CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. Waste glass powder additional grinding time was in the range of 30min to 90min in order to increase fineness. Superplasticizer was used in order to raise compressive strength of concrete.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Construction Science
Publication
2012
ISSN
2255-8551
Volume/pages
13(2012), p. 26-32
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UAntwerpen
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Creation 20.11.2018
Last edited 04.05.2021