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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium REWAS 2022: Poster Session
Presentation Title Geopolymers Made of Construction and Demolition Waste: Current Trends and Perspectives
Author(s) Angelica Maria Cardoza Herrera, Henry A. Colorado
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Angelica Maria Cardoza Herrera
Abstract Scope A literature review of the research of geopolymers from construction and demolition wastes mostly from the last 5 years (2015-2020) is presented and classified in three different study areas (Energy - Business, Management and Accounting - Environmental Sciences). The investigation initially analyzes the environmental impact from these recycled-based materials, while a second part it focuses on the experimental design and formulations of these geopolymers including their manufacturing methods. finally, the mechanical properties obtained by different authors are summarized. The systematic review was conducted using the Scopus Data Base. The perspectives of this environmental solution were also analyzed.
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Keywords Composites, Recycling and Secondary Recovery, Mechanical Properties


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