Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1822/45972

TitleFunctionalized asphalt mixtures: Photocatalytic, superhydrophobic and self-cleaning properties
Author(s)Rocha Segundo, I.
Ferreira, Cristiano
Freitas, Elisabete F.
Carneiro, Joaquim A. O.
Fernandes, Filipa Daniela Pereira
Landi, S.
KeywordsPhotocatalysis
Superhydrophobic
Self-cleaning
Asphalt mixtures
Issue dateJun-2017
CitationRocha Segundo I., Ferreira C., Freitas E. F., Carneiro J. A. O., Fernandes F., Landi S. Functionalized Asphalt Mixtures: Photocatalytic, Superhydrophobic and Self-cleaning Properties, 2nd Doctoral Congress in Engineering - DCE17, Symposium on Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2017
Abstract(s)Functionalization of road pavement asphalt mixtures provides new capabilities that can mitigate problems like air pollution and road accidents. In this research, nano-TiO2 and micro-ZnO were deposited through an aqueous solution by spraying it over the surface of asphalt mixture samples in order to promote the photocatalytic, superhydrophobic and self-cleaning capabilities. Tested by degradation of Rhodamine B, to assess the Photocatalytic Efficiency, and by Water Contact Angle (WCA), to assess the wettability of the materials, this technique can be used to promote these multifunctional capabilities in asphalt mixtures. With these enhanced surface characteristics, road safety and the environment, through pollutants degradation like NOx and SO2, will be improved.
TypeConference paper
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/45972
Publisher versionhttps://paginas.fe.up.pt/~dce17/
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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