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vol.102 No.7 July 2017

 

Contribution from concrete to the future - Toward realizing further reduction of environmental burden -

The use of by-products and industrial waste in concrete materials is actively being promoted, triggered by the promulgation of the “Act on Promoting Green Procurement.” However, while a fair amount of by-products and industrial waste - which include cement and other raw materials - are often used in public works construction, attention is not focused on these materials, and their benefits to society are often not recognized. This special feature introduced initiatives to promote the use of by-products and industrial waste in concrete led by the national government, municipalities, and the Japan Society of Civil Engineers, efforts of the industries supplying materials (cement, electric power, steel, and construction), and development case examples. Also, utilization in areas near the point of occurrence is critical for the promotion of use. Therefore, examples of utilization in the Hokuriku, Chugoku and Shikoku regions are introduced as examples that give consideration to regional characteristics. We aim to convey through this special feature the understanding that concrete contributes to reducing environmental impacts.


≪Index≫

(02) Presidential Message
OHISHI Hisakazu

(03) New Editional Committee Members
TATEISHI Kazuo

(04) Admiration of Civil Engineering Heritages by JSCE:Civil Engineering Heritage Sites Section
Ogijima lighthouse A Guidepost of the Inland Sea of Japan
SHIRAYANAGI Hirotoshi

(06) Feature article
Contribution from Concrete to the Future -Toward realizing further reduction of environmental burden-

(08) Efforts in the field of public works based on “Act on Promoting Green Purchasing”
IWASAKI Yoshihisa

(10) Efforts for Environmental Impact Assessment of Concrete
KAWAI Kenji

(12) Challenges to the establishment of a Material Recycling-based Society in Cement Industry
ANZAI Hiroyuki

(16) Activities of electric industry on pulverized coal fly ash -Approach to expanding utilization-
YAMAMOTO Takeshi

(20) Iron and Steel Slag Products -Eco-Friendly Material in 21st Century-
YABUTA Kazuya

(24) Efficient recycle use of concrete waste -Recycled aggregate concrete-
SHIBATANI Keiichi

(26) Construction material that contributes to resource recycling society -Ecocement-
HOSHINO Seiichi, HIRAO Hiroshi

(28) Development Example for Utilization of Fly Ash -Production System and Application of High-quality Fly Ash Modified By Heat Treatment-
SATO Yoshiaki

(30) Energy and CO2 Minimum(ECM)Cement for Effective Utilization of Blast Furnace Slag
HAYASHI Daisuke

(32) Development of Environmental-friendly Concrete with Blast Furnace Slag -Towards promoting a low-carbon society and a recycling-oriented society-
OWAKI Eiji

(34) Local Standardization of Fly Ash Concrete and Its Practical Use in Hokuriku District
TORII Kazuyuki

(36) About an example and the problem of the action of Industrial-government-academia joint study for use expansion of the non-ferro-slag aggregate in West Japan areas
KURISU Kazuyuki

(38) Approach to local consumption of industrial byproducts and waste

(40) Let's go abroad
Ohio Canal Interceptor Tunnel Project for Clean and Fresh Water
KYO Kentaro

(42) Alumni of DOBOKU -The pages for people linked to Japan-
Civil Engineering can be a Bridge between Japan, China, and the World!
MA Xianfeng

(44) Report Experiment Facilities
International Collaborative Works to Understand Coastal Phenomena
MIKAMI Takahito

(46) Numerical Analysis Seminar for Civil Engineer without a mathematical formula
Numerical Simulation of Concrete Cracking Propagation
NAKAMURA Hikaru

(48) Let’s try to learn great civil engineers
Ohkura Kihachiro ; Eternal venture spirit
TANAKA Shigeyoshi

(50) My Bookshelf
HARADA Tetsuo

(51) JSCE Publications

(52) Focusing again on potential of infrastructures

(54) JSCE Member's Report
Keeping MihonoMatsubara along with NPO Mechanism and Effective Measure for the Surface Runoff
SHIOSAKA Kunio

(58)Civil engineering heritage tour and Doboku cafe in Tottori
-Let's know the breadth of civil engineering and its attractiveness-
NAKAMURA Koichi

(62) Messages from outside
NEKOMOTO Masahiko

(64) Advisers' Column

(66) International Activities Center

(68) JSCE Update

(82) News

(83) CE Careers

(89) JSCE Calendar

(92) Next Issues

 


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