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Carbon emission calculator

Carbon emission calculator

Carbon emission calculator

Hi there.
Can anybody recommend me any good carbon emission calculator for the use of lime stabilisation and stone column?

RE: Carbon emission calculator

Can you explain your question a bit more. What are you trying to do, calculate the carbon emissions generated by the construction of contractor constructing a lime stabilised or stone column foundation?

For stone columns good carbon reductions can be achieved by using recycled/secondary aggregates. Colin J Serrige wrote a good paper on it called Achieving sustainability in vibro stone column techniques. More relevant to the UK and Eurocodes.

RE: Carbon emission calculator

I'm looking for a carbon emission calculator to correlate the use of both ground ground improvement methods, finding out which would method be more environmental friendly numerically. It's part of my dissertation project. The EFFC-DFI joint project produced such calculator but the download somehow does not seem to work for me.


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