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Research in Progress, Part 2 of 2
Monday, October 18, 2021 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
This session will feature presentations of original, unpublished results from ongoing research projects and leading-edge concrete technology and research throughout the world.
(1) Recognize ongoing structural reinforced concrete research projects from a wide range of research topics;
(2) Discuss recent techniques, research methods, and procedures related to structural aspects of concrete research;
(3) Describe engaging ideas in structural concrete design and research;
(4) Summarize recent technical information related to concrete structures.
This session has been approved by AIA and ICC for 2 PDHs (0.2 CEUs). Please note: You must attend the live session for the entire duration to receive credit. On-demand sessions do not qualify for PDH/CEU credit.
Revised Creep and Shrinkage Design Model using Solidification Theory
Presented By: Timothy Clement
Affiliation: University of Minnesota Duluth
Development of an Active-Rheology Controlled Cementitious System for Additive Manufacturing Application and Framework for Material Design
Presented By: Abdul Peerzada
Affiliation: Clemson University
Mitigation of Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete Using Novel pH Reducing Admixtures
Presented By: Gopakumar Kaladharan
Affiliation: Pennsylvania State University
Toward a Clinker-Free Binder for Concrete
Presented By: Melissa McAlexander
Affiliation: Oregon State University
Effects of Thermal Cycling Rate and Pore Confinement on Thermal Behavior of Phase Change Materials in Lightweight Aggregates for Deicing and Low-Temperature Applications
Presented By: Robin Deb
Affiliation: Drexel University
Does ITZ Influence Moisture Transport in Concrete?
Presented By: Laura Dalton
Affiliation: North Carolina State University
Mitigating Steel Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Hydrophobic Sealer
Presented By: Goran Mohammed Fraj
Affiliation: University of Missouri-Kansas City
Damage in Cement Pastes and Mortars Exposed to CaCl2 and Freeze-Thaw Cycles
Presented By: Nima Hosseinzadeh
Affiliation: University of Miami