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    Workability and Durability of Concrete Incorporating Waste Tire Rubber: A Review

    Peng Zhang, Xixi Wang, Juan Wang*, Tianhang Zhang

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.11, No.2, pp. 745-776, 2023, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2022.022846

    Abstract Environmental problems caused by waste tires are becoming increasingly prominent. There is an urgent need to find a green way to dispose of waste tires, and scholars have made considerable efforts in this regard. In the construction industry, rubber extracted from waste tires can be added to concrete to alleviate environmental problems to a certain extent. As a new building material, rubber concrete has superior properties compared to ordinary concrete and has been widely used in many fields. Numerous studies have been conducted worldwide to investigate the effect of waste tire rubber on the performance… More >

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    Mechanical Test and Meso-Model Numerical Study of Composite Rubber Concrete under Salt-Freezing Cycle

    Mingkai Sun1,*, Yanan Wang2, Pingwei Jiang1, Zerong Song3, Zhan Gao4, Jiaming Xu5

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.11, No.2, pp. 643-668, 2023, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2022.022168

    Abstract A composite rubber concrete (CRC) was designed by combining waste tire rubber particles with particle sizes of 3~5 mm, 1~3 mm and 20 mesh. Taking the rubber content of different particle sizes as the influencing factors, the range and variance analysis of the mechanical and impermeability properties of CRC was carried out by orthogonal test. Through analysis, it is concluded that the optimal proportion of 3~5 mm, 1~3 mm, and 20 mesh particle size composite rubber is 1:2.5:5. 5 kinds of CRC and 3 kinds of ordinary single-mixed rubber concrete (RC) with a total content… More >

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