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  1. 1. BIOMASS AGGREGATE FOAMED CONCRETE AS CARBON SEQUESTRATION MEDIA YL Lee, PhD, MCSM ashmann@gmail.comFaculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UTHM, 86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia. 18 March 2013
  2. 2. Objectives:• To ignite passion• To explore opportunities inresearch & postgraduate studies
  3. 3. Outline• Biomass aggregate• Foamed concrete• Soft soil subbase (S3) system• Carbon sequestration media• Challenges
  4. 4. www.lowcarbon.my
  5. 5. Rice husk ash (biomass aggregate)
  6. 6. CSM – biomass way ? Biomass has a good potential to SCORE CSM! 7
  7. 7. Biomass Aggregate (BAG)
  8. 8. Preparation of BAG Coarse BAG Fine BAG
  9. 9. BAG Pervious Concrete Correlation between Mix Series 1 Mix Series 2Compressive vs. Splitting Tensile Strength fst = 0.18 f cu fst = 0.18 f cuCompressive Strength vs. Flexural Strength fr = 0.48( f cu ) 0.67 fr = 0.65( f cu ) 0.5Split Tensile Strength vs. Flexural Strength fst = 0.245 fr fst = 0.245 fr
  10. 10. Foamed concrete  A method of using air bubbles and catalyst in cement mortar  Reduce density  Enhance productivity On-site production of KUIKcrete
  11. 11. SMART Apps Within 3 days, 1800m3 of foamed concrete (6m high) was cast. The total volume was about 180 units of low cost houses.
  12. 12. Foam Generator and Mixer
  13. 13. Foam for CSM KUIKcrete
  14. 14. Bulk handling of biomass silica
  15. 15. Bulk handling of biomass silica
  16. 16. Prepacked biomass silica
  17. 17. KUiK wall in UTHM
  18. 18. Test site at RECESS, UTHM
  19. 19. Soft soil subbase (S3) system
  20. 20. Soft soil subbase (S3) system
  21. 21. S3 experimentation
  22. 22. S3 subgrade ready for pervious concrete pavement
  23. 23. KUiK Block for KUiK Drain and KUiK Pave
  24. 24. Steel mould for foamed concrete block with interlocking edges
  25. 25. Foamed concrete block with interlocking edges
  26. 26. Recycled expanded polystyrene panels for precast composite panel
  27. 27. KUiK wall with Plaster King
  28. 28. KUiK block for pervious pavement
  29. 29. Biomass aggregate for plantation road
  30. 30. KUiK deck under construction
  31. 31. KUiK deck completion
  32. 32. KUiKprobe indentation test
  33. 33. KUiK wall at UTHM
  34. 34. KUiKform with profiled expanded polystyrene panels
  35. 35. CSM’s Prof. Azmi
  36. 36. KUiK Cabin
  37. 37. KUiK wall attracting angel investor
  38. 38. KUiK wall - Materials formulation
  39. 39. Fine sand for KUiKwall
  40. 40. KUiKcoat
  41. 41. KUiKhome construction process Mixer truck Cement & sand is Foam batching in batch in mixer truck mixer truck1 Casting of foamed concrete Mixer truck to Measuring into system formwork concrete pump Density
  42. 42. KUiK Home Casting
  43. 43. KUiKwall
  44. 44. KUiKwall in highrise construction
  45. 45. KOOL block in highrise construction
  46. 46. Suprablock for project in Miri
  47. 47. Excessive settlement of road in Sibu
  48. 48. Recycled EPS bale for road on peat
  49. 49. Long arm excavator for road on peat in Sibu
  50. 50. Vista Bay Condominium, Butterworth
  51. 51. My hotel, Bukit Mertajam
  52. 52. Melor Inn, Parit Buntar
  53. 53. Cineplex, New Village Mall, Sungai Petani
  54. 54. Budget hotel, Seberang Jaya
  55. 55. IKIA Hotel, Indrawasih, Prai
  56. 56. Challenges
  57. 57. Seeking advice from Tan Sri Yong at Royal Selangor
  58. 58. Research opportunities KUIK Block for soft soil subbase (S3) system
  59. 59. KUiK wall for construction on soft soil
  60. 60. Sand for LCM
  61. 61. KUiK wall component testing
  62. 62. Pre-cast Wall Pre-cast Slab 3 meter KUiK Cabin
  63. 63. Portable Multi-Function Room
  64. 64. UTHM – with wisdom we explore… possibility to uptake 38% of CO2 (0.38 x 2.8 billion tonnes/yr) due to cement production with foamed concrete containing biomass aggregate, thus reducing natural aggregate consumption. www.1.net.my www.ashmann.com www.biomass.org.my
  65. 65. CSM vision for humanity 68
  66. 66. CIDB-JKR CSM – financial model ? 69
  67. 67. CSMEmission of carbondioxide (CO2) due tocement production:• 2.8 billion tonnes/yrAggregate consumption• 14 billion tonnes/yrSeveral options to address the issue: Foamed concrete as carbon sequestration media (CSM) Biomass aggregate to reduce the use of naturalaggregate 70
  68. 68. Patent granted for KUIKwall
  69. 69. IT-Lodge-Portal for igniting passion for research
  70. 70. Kumomo Schools in Cambodia
  71. 71. Water treatment for industrial applications
  72. 72. Proposed CSM home on pontoon
  73. 73. Outline• Elements of research proposal• Explore• Discover• Write• Review• Share
  74. 74. ContactLee Yee Loon ashmann@gmail.com+60127533135

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