English | 2022 | ISBN: 9781003195764 | 153 pages | True PDF | 23.33 MB
Climate change is anticipated to have a major impact on concrete structures through increasing rates of deterioration and the impact of extreme weather events. The repair of any damage will be highly labor-intensive and expensive. Self-healing cementitious materials can enable the construction industry to mitigate these effects and move toward greater sustainability, safety, and increased cost savings and efficiency.
Examines concrete structures based on various materials with self-repair capability and their implications for future use in sustainable projects.
Discusses advantages and design strategies of self-healing concretes.
Covers several effective and detailed self-repair methods, with comparative analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of each method.
Examines the use of various materials, including polymers and nanomaterials.
Reviews factors affecting performance, properties, and applications.
Delves into future directions and opportunities.
Written for researchers, advanced students, and industry professionals, Self-Healing Cementitious Materials: Technologies, Evaluation Methods, and Applications offers a detailed view of an important emerging technology in materials science, civil engineering, and related fields.
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