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Volume 258, 2019International Conference on Sustainable Civil Engineering Structures and Construction Materials (SCESCM 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Green Construction Materials and Technologies, Environmental Impact and Green Design, Local and Recycled Materials|
|Published online||25 January 2019|
Evaluation of Pervious Concrete Utilizing Recycled HDPE as Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Acrylic as Additive
Malayan Colleges Laguna, Pulo Diezmo Road, Cabuyao City, Laguna 4025, Philippines
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Pervious concrete is an eco-friendly alternative and is beneficial to providing good rainwater drainage in order to prevent flooding. But the application is limited to lower trafficked roadways and often times disregarded due to its low strength capabilities. This study investigates on the effect of High-denstiy Polyethylene as partial replacement of coarse aggregates on the physical and mechanical properties of Acrylic Polymer Pervious Concrete (AcPPC). Two different coarse aggregate sizes were evaluated which are ½” and ¾” with varying ratios of 10%, 20%, and 30%. It was determined that the partial replacement of recycled HDPE caused an increase in the porosity and permeability of the AcPPC. However, it decreased the AcPPC’s compressive and flexural strength. Only the ½” 10% HDPE modified Pervious Concrete with 15% Acrylic Additive (PCHA) achieved a compressive strength that is within the range of the acceptable compressive strength for pervious concrete. While for the flexural strength, both the ½” 10% PCHA and ¾” 10% PCHA was within the standard values for flexural strength of pervious concrete. Thus, making the ½” 10% PCHA as the optimum mix in this study. The application of PCHA is limited to typical application of a pervious concrete.
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