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Preliminary study on new micro textile waste fiber reinforced cement composite

Author
Sadrolodabaee, P.; Claramunt, J.; Ardanuy, M.; de la Fuente, A.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
4th International Conference on Bio-Based Building Materials
Date of publication
2021
Presentation's date
2021-06-16
Book of congress proceedings
ICBBM 2021: 4th International Conference on Bio-based Building Materials: Barcelona, Catalunya: June 16-18, 2021: proceedings
First page
37
Last page
42
Publisher
International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM)
Project funding
Upcycling fibers from end-of-life clothes & textile remnants for sustainable building materials: closing the loop for a circular economy
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/348199 Open in new window
Abstract
Large amounts of nonrenewable resources are depleted by the construction industry in addition to the generation of million tons of mineral waste and carbon dioxide gas every year. For the sake of a more sustainable consumption pattern of building materials, as well as for reducing the waste flux to landfills, the use of recycled materials and wastes should be researched and motivated. One of the promising wastes is textile waste from residues of the garments and textile industries. The recycling...
Citation
Sadrolodabaee, P. [et al.]. Preliminary study on new micro textile waste fiber reinforced cement composite. A: International Conference on Bio-Based Building Materials. "ICBBM 2021: 4th International Conference on Bio-based Building Materials: Barcelona, Catalunya: June 16-18, 2021: proceedings". International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM), 2021, p. 37-42.
Keywords
Cementitious materials, Fiber reinforced composites, Mechanical properties, Recycled fibers, Sustainability, Textile waste
Group of research
EC - Construction Engineering
TECTEX - Textile Technology Research Group

Participants