Kamal H. Khayat, Iman Mehdipour, Hani Nassif, Zeeshan Ghanchi, Chaekuk Na, Kaan Ozbay, Jeffery S. Volz
Crack-free, Early-age cracking, Eco-Crete, Life cycle assessment, Packing density, Shrinkage mitigating Strategies, Structural performance, supplementary cementitious materials
The main objective of this study is to develop, characterize, and validate the performance of a new class of environmentally
friendly, economical, and crack-free high-performance concrete referred to as Eco and crack-free HPC that is proportioned with
high content of recycle materials. Two classes of Eco-HPC are designed for: (I) pavement (Eco-Pave-Crete); and (II) bridge
infrastructure (Eco-Bridge-Crete). Eco-HPC mixtures were designed to have relatively low binder content up to 350 kg/m3 and
develop high resistance to shrinkage and superior durability.