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Građevinski materijali i konstrukcije
2016, vol. 59, br. 2, str. 15-27
jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 04/07/2016
doi: 10.5937/grmk1602015T
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Ekološki značaj, sastav i svojstva propusnog betona

Projekat

Istraživanje mogućnosti primene otpadnih i recikliranih materijala u betonskim kompozitima, sa ocenom uticaja na životnu sredinu, u cilju promocije održivog građevinarstva u srbiji (MPNTR - 36017)

Sažetak

Porozni ili propusni beton u upotrebi je još od šezdesetih godina prošlog veka. Prvo se počeo primenjivati u Americi, a zatim i u Evropi. Ekološki značaj propusnog betona ogleda se u brzom prikupljanju vode nakon obilnih kiša s trotoara, parkinga i drugih nepropusnih površina. Voda koja se prikuplja sadrži štetne sastojke koji se specijalnim sistemima odstranjuju. Takva voda se može koristiti za druge svrhe. Propusni beton sadrži malo ili gotovo nimalo sitnog agregata. Njegova poroznost je velika i kreće se u rasponu od 15% do 30% u odnosu na zapreminu betona. Pre nego što je propusni beton počeo masovnije da se koristi, bilo je potrebno dokazati tj. ispitati njegova svojstva u uslovima eksploatacije. U radu je obrazložena ekologičnost propusnog betona, dati su njegov uobičajen sastav i njegova svojstva.

Ključne reči

porozni beton; ekologija; sastav; svojstva

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