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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
Title: The Storebaelt Link—First Major Use of Ternary Blend Concrete—1 Million Cubic Meters
Author(s): Robert C. Lewis
Publication: Web Session (Outdated)
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Abstract:Per Fidjestøl was a pioneer in the concrete industry. An ACI Fellow and Honorary ACI member, Fidjestøl spent 45 years in the concrete industry. During the tenure of his concrete career, Fidjestøl contributed to the development of high-performance concrete incorporating silica fume for sustainable construction. The purpose of this two-part session is to honor both the legacy of Per Fidjestøl’s early work with concrete and highlight some of the current state-of-the-art research. Ultimately, the technical session is designed to celebrate the 45 years that Fidjestøl contributed to advancing the sustainable development of concrete structures. We celebrate not only his involvement in new concrete technologies but also how he educated the industry. Whether through his many appearances at conferences across the world or as a Professor at the University of Agder, Fidjestøl helped cultivate and refine a new generation of concrete scientists and engineers.