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Title: Study of the Pervious Concrete Properties Using the Experimental Design Method
Authors: Tun Chi Fu
Ran Huang
Wei Chung Yeih
Jiang Jhy Chang
Pin Chan Lee
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:河海工程學系
Keywords: Design of Experiment (DOE)
Orthogonal Array
Pervious Concrete
Proportioning Design
Date: 2015-09
Issue Date: 2018-10-05T07:36:42Z
Publisher: Advanced Materials Research
Abstract: Abstract: The prevention of urban floods and heat islands has become key emerging topics following recent climate changes. Pervious concrete can be used to effectively promote rainwater run-off into the ground, conserve base water, control floods, and regulate temperature. In addition, integrating and applying recycled aggregates, such as slag, in pervious concrete is an emerging development trend for enhancing the protection of environmental sustainability. In this study, we investigated various quality characteristics of pervious concrete. We adopted the design of experiment method as the research method, in which orthogonal arrays, factor response analysis, and analysis of variance were used to analyze data, and water-cement ratio, aggregate size, aggregate type, and cement paste filler ratio were the control factors. The analysis results obtained in this study can serve as a reference for pervious concrete proportioning designs.
Relation: 1089 pp.253-264
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/50364
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