Advanced Materials and Sustainability in Civil Engineering (Springerbriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology) (Paperback)

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This book discusses the detailed concepts of concrete and its development with pros and cons. Besides, the significance of various industrial wastes as partial replacements with concrete ingredients such as cement and aggregates are discussed. The creation of cement contributes to around 7% of carbon emissions into the atmosphere leading to greenhouse effect and global warming. Similarly, the wastes generated from various industries such as thermal, steel, ceramic, marble, paper and etc. shows the impact on atmosphere and leads to air pollution and land pollution. Thus, it is essential to focus on these wastes to use them in a profitable manner without compromising the current needs. This book discusses a few examples on studies of using various industry wastes as partial replacement of cement in concrete​

About the Author

Kiran Kumar Poloju is a qualified and resourceful academician with experience in the field of civil engineering and several research publications, approved funding projects, and possess knowledge on flipped methods of teaching. He obtained the chartered engineer certification and memberships from different professional bodies such as Institute of Engineers, India, Institution of Civil Engineers, UK, Indian Green Building Council, India, etc. His research interest includes Civil engineering materials, Material characterization of Geopolymer concrete, Recycling Landfills Industry waste disposals, Concrete Technology, Teaching and learning pedagogies, Sustainable and green technology, and Artificial Neural Network applications.​
Product Details
ISBN: 9789811659485
ISBN-10: 9811659486
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: October 26th, 2021
Pages: 56
Language: English
Series: Springerbriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology