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GREEN-FRC: Fibre Reinforced Concrete with Recycled and Waste Materials Optimised for Improved Sustainability of Urban Projects

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Posters European Corner 2021

Nom i cognoms / Name and surname
Nikola Tošić

Afiliació / Affiliation
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Programa de finançament europeu en que s’enmarca aquest projecte? / European funding programme in which this project is being carried out?
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Schemes

Títol del projecte / Project title
GREEN-FRC: Fibre Reinforced Concrete with Recycled and Waste Materials Optimised for Improved Sustainability of Urban Projects

Número del projecte / Project number
836270

Breu explicació del projecte / Brief explanation of your project
Manufacturing materials for reinforced concrete (cement, aggregates, steel) contributes to rising greenhouse gas emissions. Although advancements have been made in producing more eco-friendly forms of concrete, they are not widely used due to a lack of quality standards and design guidelines. The EU-funded GREEN-FRC project will develop optimised construction materials that combine fibre-reinforced concrete (FRC) and green concrete produced with recycled materials and industrial byproducts. The performance of green FRC will be validated by testing its properties when using various recycled additives. The project will also establish methods for material testing, criteria for better quality standards and design specifications of green FRC. Project results are expected to lead to increased manufacture and use of sustainable concrete in urban infrastructure.

Enllaç a la pàgina web del projecte / Link to your project website
https://green-frc.com/

Repte en que s’emmarca aquest projecte / Challenge within the framework of this project
5. Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials

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european commission
Aquest projecte rep fons dels programes de recerca i innovació Horitzó 2020 de la Unió Europea en el marc del projecte EuNightCat (954506)

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programs under the project EuNightCat (954506).