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Using Activated Carbon to Reduce the Volatile Organic Compounds from Bituminous Materials

Abstract: The objective of this research is to characterize the reduction of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from bituminous materials resulted from activated carbon. A gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC-MS) was used to separate VOC components, and ultraviolet-visible spectrophotometry (UV-Vis) was conducted … Continue reading

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Research on Volatile Organic Compounds from Bitumen

Since 2013, Dr. Xiao is deeply involved in Research on Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) Characterization and Design Bituminous Materials with Lower VOC emissions. Here is a list of his Journal Publications on VOC topic. Furthermore, Dr. Xiao gave an oral … Continue reading

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Inhibiting effect of Layered Double Hydroxides on the emissions of volatile organic compounds from bituminous materials

Abstract: The effect of Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs) additives as VOC emission inhibitor for bituminous materials was studied in this research. Ion histogram of volatile compounds from bituminous material was obtained by means of Thermogravimetry-Mass Spectrometry analysis. Results obtained for … Continue reading

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Reduction of fumes emissions in asphalt by different additives

Abstract: Asphalt fumes contain a large number of toxic and hazardous substances. Three kinds of asphalt additives (Styrene butadiene styrene [SBS], activated carbon and layered double hydroxides) were investigated in this paper to reduce the emission of asphalt fumes. Aromatic … Continue reading

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Deteriorations of bituminous binder resulted from volatile organic compounds emissions

Abstract: Bituminous materials can produce volatile organic compounds (VOC) in environmental condition during its service life. Higher ambient temperature and stronger ultraviolet could promote the release of VOC. Such VOC emission process not only is not environmental friendly, but also … Continue reading

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