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Life Cycle Based Assessment of Traditional Additive and Industrial Byproducts in Highway Construction (pp. 193-202) $100.00
Authors:  (Kaushik K. Shandilya, Pranshoo Solanki, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA, and others)
Abstract:
The need for resource conservation and amplified transportation needs has increased
the demand to substitute soil stabilizer materials for natural aggregates. The present study
carries out the Economic Input Output- Life Cycle Analysis (EIO-LCA) of an additive
mixture made from hydrated lime, Class C Fly Ash (CFA) and Cement Kiln Dust (CKD)
and used as soil stabilizer for road pavements. The harmful air pollutant emissions were
negligible. The global warming potential of the soil stabilizer studied was only due to the
release of carbon-di-oxide. The energy consumption was mainly from electricity and
natural gas use. The environmental impacts of the soil stabilizer were very minimal. 


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