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Recycled aggregate concrete performance analysis based on digital image processing

  • Shuli ZhaoEmail author
  • Chao Sun
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Abstract

Multimedia technology has important practical significance and broad application prospects for promoting the development of the industry. In this paper, digital image processing multimedia technology is applied in the research of recycled aggregate concrete performance, which proposes a new research method to study the performance of recycled aggregate concrete. First, the performance of recycled aggregate concrete is studied and analyzed by traditional test methods. Based on the result, the traditional test method and digital image processing method are applied to analyze the entire process deformation of recycled aggregate concrete, and a comprehensive analysis of recycled aggregate concrete is carried out. This study covers a variety of analytical methods, significantly improves the experimental analysis of recycled aggregate concrete, and promotes the wide application of digital image processing technology in the field of green recycled aggregate concrete.

Keywords

Multimedia technology Digital image Recycled aggregate concrete Computer numerical analysis 

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Acknowledgements

The study was supported by the Hebei province construction science and technology research project, recycled aggregate concrete application research (Item number: 2013-104), and also supported by Youth Science Fund of Hebei Agricultural University, Research on Basic Mechanical Properties of Recycled Aggregate Concrete (Item number: QN201327).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Urban and Rural ConstructionHebei Agricultural UniversityBaodingChina
  2. 2.Department of Architectural EngineeringBaoding Vocational and Technical CollegeBaodingChina

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