Self-cementing properties of crushed demolished concrete in unbound layers: results from triaxial tests and field tests.

  • Mark Arm
  • Published 2001 in Waste management


A 2-year study is underway to evaluate the expected growth in stiffness in layers of crushed concrete from demolished structures. This growth is said to be a result of self-cementing properties. The study consists of repeated load triaxial tests on manufactured specimens after different storing time together with falling weight deflectometer, FWD… (More)