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Published: Građevinar 66 (2014) 1
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Hydro-abrasive resistance and mechanical properties of rubberized concrete

Gordana Topličić-Ćurčić, Nenad Ristić, Dušan Grdić, Petar Mitković, Zoran Grdić

Abstract

Results obtained by testing hydro-abrasive resistance and mechanical properties of concrete with rubber granules are presented in the paper. Fine river aggregate is replaced with 10, 20, and 30 percent of recycled granulated rubber (with respect to the total volume). Research results demonstrate that replacement of fine river aggregate by granulated rubber increases hydro-abrasive resistance of concrete by up to 10 percent. The replacement of fine river aggregate by rubber increases the energy dissipation capacity and ductility.

Keywords
concrete pavement, recycled rubber, accelerated test, hydro-abrasive resistance

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Topličić-Ćurčić, G. ., Ristić, N., Grdić, D., Mitković, P. ., Grdić, Z.: Hydro-abrasive resistance and mechanical properties of rubberized concrete , GRAĐEVINAR, 66 (2014) 1, pp. 11-20, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.910.2013

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Topličić-Ćurčić, G. ., Ristić, N., Grdić, D., Mitković, P. ., Grdić, Z. (2014). Hydro-abrasive resistance and mechanical properties of rubberized concrete , GRAĐEVINAR, 66 (1), 11-20, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.910.2013

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Authors:
Associate Professor Ph.D. Gordana Toplicic Curcic grad. Civil engineer WEB
Gordana Topličić-Ćurčić
University of Niš
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
Nenad Ristic WEB
Nenad Ristić
University of Niš
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
M.Sc. Dusan Grdic grad. Civil engineer WEB
Dušan Grdić
University of Niš
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture
Petar Mitkovic WEB
Petar Mitković
University of Nis
Civil Engineering and Architecture Faculty
Zoran Grdic WEB
Zoran Grdić