SP-114: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete: Proceedings of the Third International Conference

SP-114: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete: Proceedings of the Third International Conference

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Editor: V M Malhotra


Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete: Proceedings of the Third International Conference presents the latest technological advances in the use of these extremely valuable mineral by products. This two-volume set of 83 papers explores in detail how you can conserve energy and resource while increasing your profitability. The first volume contains papers dealing with fly ash and natural pozzolans, and the second volume details the use of condensed silica fume and ferrous and non-ferrous slags.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1714.00

ISBN: 9780870316128

Categories: Pozzolans

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-Pozzolanic and Cementitious By-Products in Concrete--

Another Look, by P. K. Mehta

-Properties of Concrete Incorporating Low Quantity of Cement

and High Volumes of Low-Calcium Fly Ash, by

V. Sivasundaram, G. G. Carette, and V. M. Malhotra

-Chemical Modelling in Blended Cement Systems, by M. Atkins,

D. E. Macphee, and F. P. Glasser

-Influence of Fineness of Fly Ashes on Their Hydraulic Activity,

by Z. Giergiczny and A. Werynska

-Fly Ash and Silica Fume Chemistry and Hydration, by

D. M. Roy

-Properties of Concrete Containing Low-Calcium Fly Ash

under Hot and Humid Climate, by R. Sri Ravindrarajah and

C. T. Tam

-Influence of Curing at Different Relative Humidities on the

Hydration and Porosity of a Portland/ Fly Ash Cement Paste,

by D. C. Killoh, L. J. Parrott, and R. G. Patel

-Effect of Condensed Silica Fume and Fly Ash on Compressive

Strength Development of Concrete, by M. Ronne

-The Effect of Curing on the Strength and Permeability of PFA

Concrete, by M. D. A. Thomas, J. D. Matthews, and C. A. Haynes

-Improvements in the Properties of Concrete Utilizing

"Classified Fly Ash", by K. Ukita, S. Shigematsu, and M. Ishii

-Beneficiated Fly Ash: Hydration, Microstructure, and Strength

Development in Portland Cement Systems, by E. E. Berry,

R. T. Hemmings, W. S. Langley, and G. G. Carette

-Prediction of Carbonation Depth of Concrete with Fly Ash,

by H. Ohga and S. Nagataki

-Permeability and Corrosion Resisting Characteristics of Fly

Ash Concrete in Arabian Gulf Countries by O. S. B. Al-Amoudi,

Rasheeduzzafar, and M. Maslehuddin

-Carbonation of Concrete with Fly Ash and Corrosion of

Reinforcements in 20-Years Tests, by M. Kobubu and

S. Nagataki

-Temperature Rise and Durability of Concrete Containing

Fly Ash, by R. S. Barrow, K. M. Hadchiti, P. M. Carrasquillo,

and R. L. Carrasquillo

-Deicer Scaling Resistance of Lean Concretes Containing

Fly Ash, by D. Whiting

-Effective Alkalis form Pulverized Fuel Ash, Granulated Blast

Furnace Slag and Natural Pozzolana Deduced from Mortar

Bar Expansion Results, by J. J. Kollek

-Study on the Effect of the Quality of Fly Ash for Controlling

Alkali-Aggregate Reactions, by S. Kobayashi, Y. Hozumi,

T. Nakano, and T. Yanagida

-Effects of Alkalies in Class C Fly Ash on Alkali-Aggregate

Reaction, by C. Lee

-Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Concrete: Investigations of

Concrete Expansion from Alkali Contributed by Pozzolans or

Slag, by M. N. Alasali

-Shrinkage and Creep Behaviour {Behavior} of High Fly Ash

Content Concrete, by R. N. Swamy and H. B. Mahmud

-Comparison of Different Methods for Testing the Pozzolanic

Activity of Fly Ashes, by F. Sybertz

-Hydrothermal Reactivity of Rice Husk Ash and Its Use for

Calcium Silicate Products, by N. Hara, H. Yamada, K. Inoue,

N. Inoue, S. Tsunematsu, and H. Noma

-Physical Properties of Cement Paste and Concrete

Containing Peat Fly Ash, by A. Ipatti

-Properties of Different Types of Concrete Containing

Peat Ash, by A. Heikkinen

-The Acquisition and Analysis of Data on Factors Affecting

the Field Performance of Plain and Blended Cement Concrete

Structures, by D. Baweja and H. Roper

-Comparison of Creep and Shrinkage of High-Strength Silica

Fume Concretes with Fly Ash Concretes of Similar Strengths,

by M. D. Luther and W. Hansen

-Application of Concrete Incorporating both Condensed Silica

Fume and Fly Ash at Fancuo Hydropower Station, by L. Baoyu,

L. Anqi, and X. Pengfei

-72-Story High-Rise with 83 Mpa Fly Ash Concrete--A Case

History, by F. D. Anderson

-Rapid Chloride Ion Permeability Test: Data on Concretes

Incorporating Supplementary Cementing Materials, by

P. Plante and A. Bilodeau

-Carbonation of Portland Blast Furnace Slag Cement Concrete

with Fly Ash, by J. Bijen, G. van der Wegen, and R. van Selst

-Effect of Fly Ash and Slag on the Interfacial Zone between

Cement and Aggregate, by M. Saito and M. Kawamura

-Influence of Different Pozzolan Types upon the Effect of

Plastifying Admixture, by P. A. Dahl and I. Meland

-Properties of Concretes for Thin Underwater Placements and

Repairs, by W. T. Hester, K. H. Khayat, and B. C. Gerwick, Jr.

-Properties of Cement Paste Containing Rice Husk Ash,

by C. L. Hwang and D. S. Wu

-Working with Silica Fume in Ready-Mixed Concrete--U.S.A.

Experience, by T. C. Holland

-Efficiency Factors for Condensed Silica Fume in Concrete,

by M. Maage

-Relative Durability Properties and Strengths of Mortars

Containing Finely Ground Silica and Silica Fume, by

M. Berra, G. Ferrara, and S. Tavano

-Behaviour {Behavior} of High Erosion-Resistant Silica

Fume-Mortars for Repair of Hydraulic Structures, by

M. Berra, G. Ferrara, and S. Tavano

-Effect of Condensed Silica Fume on the Mechanism of

Chloride Diffusion into Hardened Cement Paste, by

O. Gautefall and J. Havdahl

-Resistance of Microsilica Concrete to Steel Corrosion,

Erosion, and Chemical Attack, by N. S. Berke

-Corrosion Behaviour of Zinc Coated Steel in Silica Fume

Concrete, by C. L. Page, G. Sergi, and N. R. Short

-Chemical Resistance of Concrete Containing Condensed

Silica Fume, by T.Yamato, M. Soeda, and Y. Emoto

-Cyrogenic Frost Resistance of Lightweight Concrete

Containing Silica Fume, by K. H. Khayat and M. Polivka

-Influence of Length of Moist Curing Time on Weight Change

Behaviour and Chloride Ion Permeability of Concrete

Containing Silica Fume, by S. L. Marusin

-Resistance of Condensed Silica Fume Concrete to the

Combined Action of Freezing and Thawing Cycling and

De-Icing Salts, by A. Bilodeau and G. G. Carette

-The Influence of Curing on the Salt Scaling Resistance of

Concrete with and without Silica Fume, by M. Langlois,

D. Beaupre, M. Pigeon, and C. Foy

-Stress-Strain Relations of Normal and Lightweight Concrete

with Silica Fume under Uniaxial Compression, by D. Galeota

and M. M. Giammatteo

-Fire Resistance of High Strength/ Dense Concrete with

Particular Reference to the Use of Condensed Silica Fume--

A Review, by P. A. Jahren

-Performance of Gravelstone Concrete Incorporating Silica

Fume Concrete for High-Strength Precast Prestressed

Highway Bridge Girders, by C. D. Johnston

-Ultrafine Admixtures in High Strength Pastes and Mortars,

by A. Carles-Gibergues, J. P. Ollivier, and B. Hanna

-Condensed Silica Fume in High Strength Concrete for Offshore

Structures--A Case Record, by M. Sandvik, A. K. Haug, O. S.

Hunsbedt, and J. Moksnes

-Use of Silica Fume and Superplasticizers in Cement Grouts

for Injection of Fine Cracks, by A. M. Paillere, M. Buil,

A. Miltiadou, R. Guinez, and J. J. Serrano

-Properties of Cement Grouts with Silica Fume Addition for the

Injection of Post-Tensioning Ducts, by E. H. Ranisch,

F. S. Rostasy, and F. Herschelmann

-Silica Fume Modified Grouts for Corrosion Protection of

Post-Tensioning Tendons, by U. Diederichs and K. Schutt

-Slag or Other Supplementary Materials? By R. E. Philleo

-Carbonation and Permeability of Blast Furnace Slag Cement

Concretes form Field Structures, by G. J. Osborne

-Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slags Grinding Methods,

Particle Size Distribution, and Properties, by B. Osbaeck

-Hydration, Microstructure, and Chloride Diffusion of Slag-Cement

Pastes and Mortars, by D. M. Roy

-The Development of Strength and Elastic Properties in Slag

Cement Concretes under Low Temperature Curing Conditions ,

by D. E. Wimpenny, C. Ellis, C. M. Reeves, and D. D. Higgins

-Effect of Sodium Compounds on the Strength and

Microstructural Development of Blast Furnace Slag Cement

Mortars, by C. Tashiro and T. Yoshimoto

-Drying Shrinkage and Creep of Concrete Containing Granulated

Blast Furnace Slag, by E. Tazawa, A. Yonekura, and S. Tanaka

-Effect of Curing Temperature and Humidity on Strength of

Concrete Containing Blast Furnace Slag Admixture, by

T. Uomoto and K. Kobayashi

-Effect of Curing Temperature on the Hydration and Adiabatic

Temperature Characteristics of Portland Cement-Blast

Furnace Slag Concrete, by K. Kokubu, S. Takahashi, and

H. Anzai

-Effect of Temperature and Humidity Conditions on the

Strength of Blast Furnace Slag Cement Concrete, by

J. C. Chern and Y. W. Chan

-Chloride Ion Penetration into Blended Cement Pastes and

Concrete, by M. H. Decter, N. R. Short, C. L. Page, and

D. D. Higgins

-The Formation of Silica Gel During Carbonation of Cementitious

Systems Containing Slag Cements, by T. A. Bier, J. Kropp, and

H. K. Hilsdorf

-Durability of Concrete Made with Alkali Activated Slag, by

K. Byfors, G. Klingstedt, V. Lehtonen, H. Pyy, and L. Romben

-The Behaviour of Slag Cement Concretes in Marine Environment

Chloride Ion Penetration, by D. J. Cook, I. Hinczak, M. Jedy,

and H. T. Cao

-Effect of Curing Conditions on Alkali-Activated Slags, by

B. Talling

-Alkali Activation of a Norwegian Granulated Blast Furnace Slag,

by O. E. Gjorv

-Present State and Future of Alkali-Activated Slag Concretes,

by B. Talling and J. Brandstetr

-Resistance of Alkali-Activated Slag Mortars to Chloride Solution,

by J. Deja and J. Malolepszy

-Alkali Activated Slag--Fly Ash Cements by J. Bijen and H. Waltje

-Immobilization of Technetium in Blast Furnace Slag Grouts, by

R. D. Spence, W. D. Bostick, E. W. McDaniel, T. M. Gilliam,

J. L. Shoemaker, O. K. Tallent, I. L. Morgan, B. S. Evans-Brown,

and K. E. Dodson

-Physical and Mechanical Properties of Thermally Altered

Cementitious Sealing Materials for a Nuclear Waste Repository

in Tuff, by B. E. Scheetz, D. M. Roy, and C. Duffy

-Properties of Anti-Washout Concrete with High Blast Furnace

Slag Content, by Y. Tazawa, T. Ohtomo, and K. Taira

-CANMET Investigations of Supplementary Cementing Materials

for Reducing Alkali-Aggregate Reactions: Part I -- Granulated/

Pelletized Blast Furnace Slags, by J. A. Soles, V. M. Malhotra,

and H. Chen

-Japanese Recommendation for the Use of Ground Granulated

Blast Furnace Slag in Concrete as an Admixture, by S. Nagataki,

A. Machida, Y. Yamamoto, and T. Uomoto

-Properties of Concrete Using Copper Slag as a Substitute for

Fine Aggregate, by C. L. Hwang and J. C. Laiw

-Slag-Based Materials for Toxic Metal and Radioactive Waste

Stabilization, by C. A. Langton


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