Microbial carbonate precipitation for the improvement of quality of recycled aggregates

Volume: 156, Pages: 355 - 366
Published: Jul 1, 2017
Abstract
High water absorption is the main drawback of recycled aggregates which greatly hinders the re-use of them in concrete production. In this study, bio-deposition treatment, based on bacterially induced CaCO3 precipitation, was applied to improve the quality of the recycled aggregates. Two representative recycled aggregates, recycled concrete aggregates (CA) and mixed aggregates (MA) were used. The bacterial CaCO3 precipitated on the surface and...
Paper Details
Title
Microbial carbonate precipitation for the improvement of quality of recycled aggregates
Published Date
Jul 1, 2017
Volume
156
Pages
355 - 366
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