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"Novedades en la construcción con hormigón"

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"Novedades en la construcción con hormigón"

  1. 1. What’s New in Concrete Construction Nombre del relator
  2. 2. What’s New in Concrete Construction Presented by: Rick Yelton World of Concrete’s Editor at Large
  3. 3. • Historical Overview on How Concrete has Changed the World • Innovations in Materials • Innovations in Concrete Production • Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding • Innovations in Concrete Slabs • Emerging Technologies
  4. 4. SOLID TO THE CORE
  5. 5. World of Concrete is owned by Informa and produced by Informa Exhibitions. • Informa is one of the world’s leading knowledge providers. We create and deliver highly specialized information through publishing, events, training, market intelligence and expertise, providing valuable knowledge to individuals, businesses and organizations around the world. • Delivers more than 150 trade and consumer exhibitions annually across the globe. ABOUT INFORMA Market leading events in these sectors: • Art and Design • Beauty • Construction, Infrastructure, and Real Estate • Education and Careers • Energy and Utilities • Healthcare • Information Commercial Tech • Pop Culture, Lifestyle, and Hobbies
  6. 6. WORLD OF CONCRETE LAS VEGAS “ ”Show Floor • WOC General • Precast • Masonry • Concrete Repair • Demolition • Precast 700,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space and 60,000 attendees • Technology for Construction • Material Handling • Concrete and Decorative • Outdoor Exhibits Education • Hands-On Training • Interactive Workshops • Live Demonstrations • Luncheons and Forums • Certification Exams • Editorial Tours
  7. 7. WORLD OF CONCRETE Who Attends WOC? • Commercial Contractors • Concrete Contractors • Concrete Pumpers • Engineers • Masonry Contractors • Dealers/Distributors • Architects • General Building Contractors • Public Works Contractors • Precast Producers • Ready Mix Producers • Highway/Paving & Bridge Contractors Who Exhibits at WOC? Original equipment manufacturers from around the world and exclusive U.S. distributors of equipment, tools, products and services for the commercial construction, concrete and masonry industries. WOC delivers approximately 1,500 leading suppliers, including more than 320 international suppliers.
  8. 8. WORLD OF CONCRETE HAS 18 LEADING CONCRETE ASSOCIATIONS COSPONSORS
  9. 9. World of Concrete is a participant of the International Buyer Program • Algeria • Argentina • Bangladesh • Bolivia • Brazil • Canada • Chile • China • Colombia • Costa Rica • Democratic Republic of Congo • Dominican Republic • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Nigeria • Pakistan • Philippines • Qatar • Russia • Russia • South Africa (Botswana, Namibia, Malawi Swaziland, Lesotha, Zambia) • Tanzania • Turkey • UAE WOC INTERNATIONAL International Delegations 8,000+ International Attendees • El Salvador • Ethiopia • Ghana • Guinea • Hungary • India • Iraq • Kenya • Korea • Kuwait • Mexico • Morocco • Nepal
  10. 10. WOC EUROPE / April 23-28, 2018 / Paris-Nord Villepinte / France In Las Vegas, World of Concrete has become the leading event for the concrete industry in all of North America. To meet the needs of the European concrete market and to tie in better with visitors’ demands to have an overall view of the sector, S.E. INTERMAT and Informa Exhibitions have created World of Concrete Europe (WOC Europe), one of the headline events at the INTERMAT. WOC INTERNATIONAL WOC ASIA/ December 4-6, 2017 / Shanghai New International Expo Centre/ Shanghai, China In 2017, World of Concrete Asia will be launching in China, and will showcase a full range of products for the concrete and masonry professional during World of Concrete Asia, China Floor Expo and China Mortar Expo Brands. CFE and CME are long-standing exhibitions in the construction and building materials industries in China.
  11. 11. WOC INTERNATIONAL EVENTS Construct CANADA / November 29 – December 1, 2017 / Metro Toronto Convention Centre/ South Building / Toronto, Canada The 29th Annual Construct Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre will be held concurrently with PM Expo, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and World of Concrete Pavilion in the South Building, and IIDEXCanada in the North Building. All shows combined will create The Buildings Show. Visit 1,600+ exhibits, including 100+ international exhibitors, bringing the latest in design and construction innovation in products, technologies, best practices and applications. Buildex Vancouver / February 14-15, 2018 / Vancouver Convention Centre West / Vancouver, Canada BUILDEX Vancouver is Western Canada’s largest tradeshow and conference for the Construction, Renovation, Architecture, Interior Design and Property Management industries. With over 600 exhibits, and more than 80 educational seminars BUILDEX attracts over 14,000 attendees annually. Construction Expo 2017 / June 7-9, 2017 / Sao Paulo Expo/ Sao Paulo – SP/Brazil World of Concrete, the largest international trade show dedicated to concrete in the United States has established a history-making partnership with Sobratema. World of Concrete intends to draw to Brazil a sample of the innovation and technology that exhibitors and attendees find on display at the event held annually in Las Vegas. Three concrete-specific education sessions will be presented at Construction Expo.
  12. 12. How are you involved in the concrete industry?
  13. 13. What’s New In Concrete Construction Discussion Topic Historical Overview on How Concrete has Changed the World
  14. 14. World of Concrete Trivia Question #1 Where is the first reinforced concrete building built in Chile?
  15. 15. World of Concrete Trivia Question #1 Where is the first reinforced concrete building built in Chile? Edificio Ariztía is a building located at 52 Nueva York Street in downtown Santiago, Chile, on a wedge-shaped city block. It was completed in 1921 and is considered the first "skyscraper" in Santiago.
  16. 16. World of Concrete Trivia Question #2 Who invented the world’s first ready-mixed concrete truck?
  17. 17. World of Concrete Trivia Question #2 Stephen Stepanian invented a self-discharging motorized transit mixer that was the predecessor of the concrete mixer truck and applied for a patent in 1916. However, the patent was rejected in April 1917 by the patent office because it was believed that a truck could not support the weight of a concrete mixer on top of it
  18. 18. What’s New In Concrete Construction Discussion Topic Innovations in Materials
  19. 19. Innovations in Materials Topics Rapid Drying Concrete Internal Curing Marine Concrete Self Healing Concrete
  20. 20. Innovations in Materials Rapid Drying Concrete is the first ready-mixed concrete solution for preventing moisture-related floor covering failures, an industry- wide problem that costs millions of dollars annually in damage, downtime, repair and replacement. For mission-critical facility construction, rapid-drying concrete accelerates construction projects and eliminating the need for add-on moisture mitigation products. Rapid Drying Concrete
  21. 21. Innovations in Materials Rapid Drying Concrete Aridus The material dries the concrete to a low internal RH in 28 days. The materials adds $2 (US) to $5 (US) per square foot.
  22. 22. Cement paste Water reservoir Larger “sacrificial” pores within the reservoirs to minimize stress/strain Internal Curing Innovationsin Materials
  23. 23. Innovations in Materials OysterBreak is a patented technology uses the oyster's inherent nature of clustering to enhance a strategic coastal protection structure for coastal and estuary shorelines. www.wayfarertech.com Marine Concrete
  24. 24. Innovations in Materials OysterBreak is designed to protect shoreline projects that calls for any combination of wave attenuation, and shoreline erosion mitigation. OysterBreak units are designed to serve dual functions by creating a reef structure for habitat and robust structure for shoreline protection. Marine Concrete www.wayfarertech.com
  25. 25. Innovations in Materials Marine Concrete www.econcretetech.com ECOncrete®'s unique biological traits encourage biogenic buildup. They also provide substantial structural and economic advantages in terms of increased stability and longevity, as well as a reduction in maintenance costs. The Company's products are adapted to specific environments with their typical fauna and flora. ECOncrete® maintains ongoing research and development activities for expanding the company's product range, addressing needs of new geographical locations, and optimizing product structural and biological performance. ECOncrete®'s experts closely cooperate with landscape architects, engineers and policy makers in the design of new coastal and marine infrastructure as well as in retrofitting existing structures for optimal biological productivity and ecological efficiency.
  26. 26. Innovations in Materials Ecological Pile Encapsulation ECOncrete®'s ecological pile encapsulation substitutes standard concrete pile encapsulation. It is applied to repair timber piles, used in piers and jetties, since timber piles deteriorate after being exposed for long periods of time to marine burrowers, such as worms and mussels. In addition to the necessary constructive support and protection, ecological pile encapsulation creates a new and productive habitat for marine plants and animals. www.econcretetech.com
  27. 27. Innovations in Materials These are a new range of modular esthetic sea wall elements, which functionally integrate into coastal infrastructure. The surface properties are tailored to induce growth of specific species of conservational value. Slight design changes can increase complexity, providing additional shading and refuge from sea waves with no decrease in the structural and functional properties of the sea wall. Marine Concrete www.econcretetech.com
  28. 28. Innovations in Materials Marine Concrete www.econcretetech.com Bio-active Walls Bio-active wall elements are designed to induce rapid plant wall coverage of inland buildings. Green plant coverage significantly improves urban landscape, provides cleaner and healthier air, and reduces the ecological footprint of urban development. The physical and chemical properties of the wall substrates strongly influence its capability to support and enhance growth. ECOncrete®'s bio- active wall induces natural growth of wall clinging plants, endolithic algae, lichens and mosses. Its high complexity and porosity create moist niches that support flora, without the need for complex soil systems.
  29. 29. Innovations in Materials Self Healing Concrete A concrete matrix embedded with a microencapsulated sodium silicate healing agent. The result is self-healing “smart building materials”. The material comes into action when cracks form in the concrete; the ruptured capsules release the embedded agent into the adjacent area. Sodium silicate reacts with the calcium hydroxide, already present in the concrete, forming a calcium- silica-hydrate gel. That gel heals the cracks and blocks the concrete’s pores. The gel hardens in about one week. Research has shown that self healing concrete can recover 26% of its original strength, while conventional concrete only recovers 10%. It is believed that the strength can be boosted by increasing the quantity of the healing agent.
  30. 30. Innovations in Materials Self Healing Concrete
  31. 31. Innovations in Materials Self Healing Concrete
  32. 32. Innovations in Materials Self Healing Concrete
  33. 33. What’s New In Concrete Construction Discussion Topic Innovations in Concrete Production
  34. 34. Innovations in Concrete Production Topics CO2 Concrete In-Route Slump Adjustment Drum Cleanout Equipment
  35. 35. Innovations in Concrete Production Adding liquefied CO2 to the batch is easily incorporated into ready-mixed concrete and concrete masonry operations. CO2 Concrete carboncure.com
  36. 36. Innovations in Concrete Production Using a special dispensing unit, liquefied CO2 is metered in to the freshly batched concrete mix. CO2 Concrete carboncure.com
  37. 37. Innovations in Concrete Production When liquefied CO2 is injected into wet concrete it chemically reacts with calcium ions released from cement to form solid, nano- sized calcium carbonate particles that become permanently bound within the concrete. The carbon dioxide binds as solid and stable carbonate reaction products in the cement matrix and provides a positive impact on the concrete properties. CO2 Concrete carboncure.com
  38. 38. Innovations in Concrete Production The system allowed the producer to reduce the cement binder. Test comparisons were made to 7,14, & 28 day compressive strengths for non-air entrained mixes. 5 % CO2 Concrete carboncure.com
  39. 39. Innovations in Concrete Production In-route Slump Adjustment
  40. 40. Innovations in Concrete Production In-route Slump Adjustment
  41. 41. Innovations in Concrete Production In-route Slump Adjustment
  42. 42. Innovations in Concrete Production In-route Slump Adjustment
  43. 43. Innovations in Concrete Production Mixer Drum Cleanout drumblaster.net With two 3-minute passes of the boom, the driver removes residual concrete is blasted away from the shell of the agitator drum and both sides of the mixing blades, and the A- frame area. The unit is the quickest and most efficient way to remove daily build-up residual.
  44. 44. Innovations in Concrete Production Mixer Drum Cleanout drumblaster.net • non-entry cleaning system. • The agitator drum remains stationary so drivers don’t have to climb to clean the exit area. • Drivers work from an enclosed protective booth. • The unit has a small footprint of 2 m x 1.2 m (6.7ft ft x 3.9 ft) with the boom length of between 8 meters and 10 meters for different size mixer trucks. • Using recycled or fresh water.
  45. 45. What’s New In Concrete Construction Discussion Topic Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding
  46. 46. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Topics Post Tensioned Bridge Slabs Next Generation Concrete Surface Bridge Slide Construction
  47. 47. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Post Tensioned Bridge Slabs The new bridge was designed with a span of 45-feet. Due to this span length, not being conducive to standard precast slabs, Oldcastle Precast engineers partnered with VSL Structural Technologies to create a custom precast solution.
  48. 48. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Post Tensioned Bridge Slabs Oldcastle Precast and VSL decided to install post tension cables in the slab during the precasting process.
  49. 49. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Post Tensioned Bridge Slabs They manufactured the custom post tensioned bridge slabs, measuring 5-4’-wide by 2’-thick by 45’-long, Oldcastle Precast Idaho Falls shipped them to the bridge site.
  50. 50. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface The Next Generation Concrete Surface (NGCS) is the first new concrete texture introduced in the past 20 to 30 years. It was conceived as a manufactured texture whose properties are consistent and predictable and represents the quietest nonporous concrete texture developed to date. At the time of construction the NGCS is typically 99 dBA in noise level and has a range up to 101 dBA over time. Although the NGCS has only been in service 3 years, it is under evaluation at 13 locations in 9 states with more to come.
  51. 51. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface
  52. 52. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface
  53. 53. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface
  54. 54. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface
  55. 55. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Next Generation Concrete Surface
  56. 56. Bridge SlideInnovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Bridge Slide Construction
  57. 57. Slide-In Construction Bridge Slide Construction Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding
  58. 58. Pre Slide New Abutment Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding
  59. 59. Slide Operation Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Bridge Slide Construction
  60. 60. Innovations in Concrete Roadbuilding Bridge Slide Construction
  61. 61. What’s New In Concrete Construction Discussion Topic Emerging Technologies
  62. 62. Emerging Technologies Topics 3-D Printing Nano-Technology Concrete Hose Puller & Placer Suspended Concrete Flooring Systems
  63. 63. Emerging Technologies Nano-Technology
  64. 64. Emerging Technologies Nano-Technology
  65. 65. Emerging Technologies Nano-Technology
  66. 66. Emerging Technologies 3-D Printing The design competition was part of a larger, multi-phase 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge to advance the additive construction technology needed to create sustainable housing solutions for Earth and beyond.
  67. 67. Emerging Technologies 3-D Printing The design competition challenged participants to develop architectural concepts that take advantage of the unique capabilities 3-D printing offers to imagine what habitats on Mars might look like using this technology and in-situ resources.
  68. 68. Emerging Technologies 3-D Printing A beam 3-D printed by team MoonX of South Korea, who won first place in the 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 2: Level 2 competition. For this level, teams had to 3-D print a structure for bend testing. Credits: Courtesy of team MoonX
  69. 69. Emerging Technologies 3-D Printing Members of the Penn State Den@Mars team, from University Park, Pa., with their completed 3D-printed dome structure on Aug. 25, 2017, at the Caterpillar Inc. Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center in Peoria, Illinois The team won second place and $150,000 in NASA's 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge, Phase 2: Level 3 competition.
  70. 70. Emerging Technologies 3-D Printing
  71. 71. Emerging Technologies Concrete Hose Puller & Placer
  72. 72. Emerging Technologies Concrete Hose Puller & Placer
  73. 73. Emerging Technologies Speedfloor is a suspended concrete floor system using a cold formed steel joist as an integral part of the final concrete and steel composite floor. The design has been in use for twenty years and been used on hundreds of projects worldwide. Suspended Concrete Flooring Systems
  74. 74. What’s New in Concrete Construction Thank You
  75. 75. For more information regarding the content in this presentation, send an email request to : rick.yelton@informa.com Please include the reference code WOCChile171 on the email. What’s New in Concrete Construction

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