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Author: Francisco Dalla Rosa

The foundry industry generates large amounts of residual byproducts, such as waste foundry sand (WFS). This high generation has motivated studies concerning the disposition of WFS, which in turn can be used for road subbases. Nevertheless, paving applications are still limited, especially regarding the behavior of WFS when added to a mixture of crushed ...

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The application of alkali-activated industrial by-products for the stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), can become a sustainable solution to reduce the carbon footprint of road construction and maintenance activities. Furthermore, this approach can also reduce the increasing depletion of natural resources. Thus, the durability and long-ter...

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