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Literature Review - Use of Recycled Rubber Tyres as Aggregate in Concrete
Engineering and Construction
Pages 16 (4016 words)
The ability to change the levels of consumption in the UK is one which is essential to the needs to create a sustainable world and to alter the pollutants which are coming from different resources. A technology which is being created is with the use of recycled rubber tyres.
There is the option of allowing this to work as an aggregate in concrete, specifically to begin changing the consumption in the UK and to begin lowering the number of toxins with the tyre production that occurs every year. While there is a large amount of consumption and changes with the tyres, there is also a question of whether the aggregate in the concrete is able to create the same substance and material responses as other forms of technology for concrete. This is able to alter and change the way in which the aggregate can be used while determining if the tyres can be recycled into a different substance for other needs. The literature review will look at the past applications with the tyres and how effective the recycled materials are. The review will help in examining the aims and objectives of further research while beginning to alter the needed maintenance with the toxins. 2.2 Overview to Recycled Rubber Particles The first question which is associated with the recycled rubber particles is based on the understanding of cement paste and how it responds and reacts to the rubber tyre particles being added as a part of the cement. In a recent study (Segre, Joekes, 2000: 1421), there was a modification to the cement by adding in rubber tyre powder to the aggregate. ...
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