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Optimization of pervious concrete incorporating coal fly ash, iron-oxide nanoparticles and water reducing admixtures and its application for the removal of nutrients and fecal coliforms
Physicomechanical characteristics and durability of the cement pastes containing fly ash (FA) and iron-oxide nanoparticles (NI) showed that workability was reduced with the FA addition, although it was counterbalanced when ...
Statistical optimization of pervious concrete pavement containing fly ash and engineered iron oxide nanoparticles for runoff quality and quantity controls
Portland cement pervious concrete (PCPC) usage has increased due to its potential to reduce storm water runoff and related pollution. Partial Portland cement substitution by fly ash (FA) in concrete production has the ...
Subsurface stormwater retention with pervious concrete pavement on UPRM campus master plan
Pervious concrete pavement constitutes an efficient Best Management Practice (BMP) stormwater management solution, since it serves to manage surface runoff quantitative and qualitative characteristics at its earliest ...
Pervious concrete: Lab-scale optimization and field application
Pervious concrete pavements mimic the way the natural land surfaces filter and clean the water that falls on them, allowing a gradual discharge of water into the stormwater outlet, decreasing the necessity of detention/retention ...