publication . Article . 2014

Photocatalyticpaving concrete

Lyapidevskaya Ol'ga Borisovna; Fraynt Mikhail Aleksandrovich;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2014 Journal: Vestnik MGSU, issue 2, pages 125-130 (issn: 1997-0935, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (MGSU)
Today bituminous concrete is a conventional paving material. Among its advantages one can name dustlessness and noiselessness, fine wear (up to 1 mm a year) and fine maintainability. As the main disadvantages of this material one can name high slipperiness under humidification, low durability and weather resistance. Besides that, during placement of the bituminous concrete a lot of different air pollutants are emitted, which are harmful for environment and human’s health (they are listed in the paper according to the US Environmental Protection Agency materials). As an alternative, one can use cement-concrete pavement, which is in many ways more efficient than t...
free text keywords: диоксид титана, дорожное строительство, фотокатализ, асфальтобетон, дорожный бетон, lcsh:Architecture, lcsh:NA1-9428, lcsh:Construction industry, lcsh:HD9715-9717.5
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