Review on Characterization and Mechanical Performance of Self-cleaning Concrete

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Self-cleaning concrete is an effective alternative to provide cleaner environment which contribute to sustainability and towards a green environment. It is in accordance with the requirements of environmental issues on huge energy consumption and air pollution from carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Photocatalyst in self-cleaning concrete accelerates the decomposition of organic particulates, hence pollution could be reduced through photocatalytic degradation of gaseous pollutants. Mechanical performances of self-cleaning concrete were improved by adding photocatalytic materials. Self cleaning abilities were evaluated in the photocatalytic activity test under UV light and photocatalytic degradation of gaseous pollutant was measured by depollution test. This review aims to give an overview about the characteristics of photocatalytic materials and mechanical performances of self-cleaning concrete.




Zailan, S. N., Mahmed, N., Abdullah, M. M. A. B., Sandu, A. V., & Shahedan, N. F. (2017). Review on Characterization and Mechanical Performance of Self-cleaning Concrete. In MATEC Web of Conferences (Vol. 97). EDP Sciences.

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