SP-132: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete - Proceedings Fourth Interna

SP-132: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete - Proceedings Fourth Interna

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Editor: V.M. Malhotra


Published in two volumes...The first volume contains papers dealing with fly ash and natural pozzolans. The second volume consists of papers dealing with condensed silica fume and ferrous and non-ferrous slags.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1681.00

ISBN: 9780870316302

Categories: Pozzolans

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-Investigation into the Long-Term In-Situ Performance of

High Fly Ash Content Concrete Used for Structural

Applications, by M.R.H. Dunstan, M.D.A. Thomas,

J.B. Cripwell, and D.J. Harrison

-Influence of Residual Carbon in Fly Ash on Microstructure

and Strength Development of Mortars and Concretes,

by H. Hornain, F. Miersman, and J. Marchand

-Properties of High Strength Concrete Using "Classified Fly Ash",

by K. Ukita, M. Ishii, K. Yamamoto, K. Azuma, and K. Kohno

-The Effect of Curing on the Strength Development of Mortar

Containing High Volumes of Fly Ash, by L. Vandewalle and

F. Mortelmans

-Mineralogical Investigations of High-Lime Fly Ashes, by

M. Tokyay and F.H. Hubbard

-Properties of Mortar Containing Ultra-Fine Fly Ash Particles,

by E. Tazawa, A. Yonekura, K. Kawai, H. Kohata, and H. Teramoto

-Properties of Low-Heat Generating Concrete Containing Large

Volumes of Blast-Furnace Slag and Fly Ash, by K. Kanazawa,

K. Yamada, and S. Sogo

-Strength Characteristics of Flowable Mortars Containing Coal

Ash, by C.I. Lai

-Pore Structure and Chloride Permeability of Concretes Containing

Fly Ash, Blast-Furnace Slag and Silica Fume, by K. Torii and

M. Kawamura

-Deicer Salt Scaling Resistance of Roller-Compacted Concrete

Pavements Containing Fly Ash and Silica Fume, by J. Marchand,

M. Pigeon, J. Boisvert, H.L. Isabelle, and O. Houdusse

-Influence of Mechanical Strength and Curing Methods on Sea

Water Durability of Mortars Containing Fly Ashes and Slag,

by A.M. Paillère, G. Platret, P. Roussel, and J. Gawsewitch

-Resistance of Fly Ash Concrete to Freezing and Thawing,

by K.W. Nasser and P.S.H. Lai

-Combined Effect of Carbonation and Chloride on Corrosion

of Reinforcement in Fly Ash Concrete, by S. Nagataki and H. Ohga

-Influence of Fly Ash on Concrete Carbonation and Rebar

Corrosion, by C. Branca, R. Fratesi, G. Moriconi, and S. Simoncini

-Influence of Fly Ash and Moist Curing Time on Concrete

Permeability, by S.L. Marusin

-Investigations on the Sulfate Resistance of High-Lime Fly Ash

Incorporating PC-fa Mortars, by T.Y. Erdo?an, M. Tokyay, and

K. Ramyar

-Effects of Intergrinding Fly Ash on the Sulfate Resistance of

Fly Ash Concrete, by R.B. Freeman and R.L. Carrasquillo

-Strength and Fracture Energy of Concrete With and Without

Fly Ash Cured in Water at Different Constant Temperatures,

by J.J. Brooks and Z.D. Sikharulidze

-Concrete Incorporating High Volumes of ASTM Class F Fly

Ashes: Mechanical Properties and Resistance to Deicing

Salt Scaling and to Chloride-Ion Penetration, by A. Bilodeau

and V.M. Malhotra

-Study on Properties of Concrete with Ultra-Fine Particles

Produced from Fly Ash, by Y. Matsufuji, H. Kohata, K. Tagaya,

H. Teramoto, Y. Okawa, and S. Okazawa

-Performance of a High-Calcium Fly Ash in Roller-Compacted

Concrete, by J. Papayianni

-Utilization of Sorbent Slurry-Injection Modified Fly Ash, by R.C.

Joshi, J.O. Thomas, M. Mozes, and R. Mangal

-Concrete Incorporating a High Volume of ASTM Class C

Fly Ash with High Sulfate Content, by F. Gomà

-Granulation of Fly Ash Lightweight Aggegate and Accelerated

Curing Technology, by C.L. Hwang, R.Y. Lin, K.M. Hsu, and

J.F. Chan

-The Properties of Cements Containing Fly Ash Together with

Other Admixtures, by Z. Giergiczny

-Upgrading of PFA for Utilization in Concrete, by H.A.W.

Cornelissen and C.H. Gast

-A Comparative Study of Natural Pozzolans Used in Blended

Cement Production, by M.S. Akman, F. Mazlum, and F. Esenli

-Evaluation of Pozzolanic Activity of Rice Husk Ash, by

S. Sugita, M. Shoya, and H. Tokuda

-Strength of Mortar Made with Cement Containing Rice Husk

Ash and Cured in Sodium Sulphate Solution, by F. Mazlum

and M. Uyan

-The Mitigating Effect of Pozzolans on Alkali Silica Reactions,

by M. Geiker and N. Thaulow

-Evaluation of Testing Methods Used for Assessing the

Effectiveness of Mineral Admixtures in Suppressing Expansion

Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction, by M.A. Bérubé and

J. Duchesne

-Effect of Fly Ash on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Marine

Environment, by H. Ohga and S. Nagataki

-The Role of High Volume Fly Ash in Controlling Alkali-Aggregate

Reactivity, by S. Ramachandran, V. Ramakrishnan, and

D. Johnston

-Comparative Study of Natural Zeolites and Other Inorganic

Admixtures in Terms of Characterization and Properties of

Mortars, by Y. Kasai, K. Tobinai, E. Asakura, and N. Feng

-Microstructure of Cement-Based Grouts Containing Fly Ash and

Brine, by A.A. Al-Manaseer, M.D. Haug, and L.C. Wong

-Effect of Mineral Admixtures on the Cement Paste-Aggregate

Interface, by J.A. Larbi and J.M. Bijen

-Effects of the Use of Sulfitic Fly Ash in Mortars and Concretes,

by A. Carles-Gibergues and B. Husson

-Fly Ash Concrete Containing Petroleum Contaminated Soils,

by A.S. Ezeldin, D.A. Vaccari, and R.T. Mueller

-Concrete as an Engineered Alternative to Shallow Land Disposal

of Low Level Nuclear Waste: Overview, by J. Philip and J.R.


-Pozzolanic Behavior of Thermally Activated Kaolin, by

J. Ambroise, S. Martin-Calle, and J. Péra

-Pozzolanic Activity of Calcined Red Mud, by J. Péra and

A.S. Momtazi

-The Action of Some Aggressive Solutions on Portland and

Calcined Laterite Blended Cement Concretes, by T. Marwan,

J. Péra, and J. Ambroise

-Minimization of Leaching of Shotcrete by Admixtures, by

R. Breitenbücher, R. Springenschmid, and H.W. Dorner

-The Reaction Mechanism of Blended Cements: A 29Si NMR

Study, by H.S. Pietersen, A.P.M. Kentgens, G.H. Nachtegaal,

W.S. Veeman, and J.M.J.M. Bijen

-Influence of Initial Curing on Pore Structure and Porosity of

Blended Cement Concretes, by P.S. Mangat and J.M. El-Khatib

-Silica Fume in Concrete -- An Overview, by K.H. Khayat and

P.C. Aïtcin

-High Strength Concrete Binders Part A: Reactivity and

Composition of Cement Pastes With and Without Condensed

Silica Fume, H. justnes, E.J. Sellevold, and G. Lundevall

-High Strength Concrete Binders Part B: Nonevaporable Water,

Self-Desiccation and Porosity of Cement Pastes With and

Without Condensed Silica Fume, by E.J. Sellevold and H. Justnes

-Some Moisture Properties of Silica Fume Mortar, by E. Atlassi

-Properties and Microstructure of High-Performance Concretes

Containing Silica Fume, Slag, and Fly Ash, by M. Baalbaki, S.L.

Sarker, P.C. Aïtcin, and H. Isabelle

-Influence of Different Types of Silica Fume Having Varying Silica

Content on the Microstructure and Properties of Concrete, by V.G.

Batrakov, S.S. Kaprielov, and A.V. Sheinfeld

-The Influence of Mix Composition on Mechanical Properties of

High- Performance Silica-Fume Concrete, by F. de Larrard and

R. Le Roy

-Prediction of Strength Development for Silica Fume Concrete,

by M. Sandvik and O.E. Gjorv

-Effect of Mixing Method on Mechanical Properties and Pore

Structure of Ultra High-Strength Concrete, by M. Kakizaki,

H. Edahiro, T. Tochigi, and T. Niki

-Long-Term Strength Development of Silica Fume Concrete,

by G.G. Carette and V.M. Malhotra

-Heat Curing of Concrete With and Without Condensed Silica

Fume -- Effect of Early Temperature History on Compressive

Strength, by P.H. Laamanen, K. Johansen, B.P. Kyltveit, and

E.J. Sellevold

-High Strength Concrete Containing Silica Fume -- Impact of

Aggregate Type on Compressive Strength and E-Modulus,

by J. Lindgård and S. Smeplass

-The Effect of Variable Curing Conditions on the Properties of

Mortars with Silica Fume, by J. Ma?olepszy and J. Deja

-Compressive Strength of Silica Fume Concrete at Higher

Temperatures, by T. Kanda, F. Sakuramoto, and K. Suzuki

-Effect of Chloride-Sulfate Ions on Reinforcement Corrosion

and Sulfate Deterioration in Blended Cements, by

O.S.B. Al-Amoudi, Rasheeduzzafar, S.N. Abduljauwad, and

M. Maslehuddin

-Plastic, Mechanical, Corrosion, and Chemical Resistance

Properties of Silica Fume (Microsilica) Concretes, by N.S. Berke,

M.P. Dallaire, and M.C. Hicks

-Effect of Silica Fume Addition on the Durability of Alkali-Resistant

Glass Fibre in Cement Matrices, by V.T. Y?lmaz and F.P. Glasser

-Durability of High Early Strength Silica Fume Concretes

Subjected to Accelerated and Normal Curing, by C.D. Johnston

-Corrosion Resistance of Normal and Silica Fume-Modified

Mortars Made from Different Types of Cement, by J. Madej

-Fracture and Adhesion Properties of a Carbon Fiber-Cementitious

Composite with Silica Fume Variability in the Matrix, by

A. Di Tommaso, G. Mantegazza, and A.M. Penna

-Fatigue of Reinforced Silica Fume Concrete Beam under the

Environment of Water or Chloride Solution, by N. Takagi,

M. Ikeda, and T. Kojima

-Wet-Mix Silica Fume Shotcrete: Effect of Silica Fume Form,

by D.R. Morgan and J. Wolsiefer, Sr.

-Silica Fume-Polymer Mortars for Rehabilitation of Bridge Decks,

by T.A. Bürge

-Concrete Bridge-Deck Overlays Containing Silica Fume,

by C. Ozyildirim

-The Performance of Portland and Blast Furnace Slag Cement

Concretes in Marine Environments, by G.J. Osborne

-Influence of Slag Type and Replacement Level on Strength,

Elasticity, Shrinkage, and Creep of Concrete, by J.J. Brooks,

P.J. Wainwright, and M. Boukendakji

-Effect of Slag Fineness on the Development of Concrete

Strength and Microstructure, by N. Nakamura, M. Sakai,

and R.N. Swamy

-Properties of Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag Cement Concrete,

by K. Sakai, H. Watanabe, M. Suzuki, and K. Hamazaki

-Properties of Super Low Heat Cement Incorporating Large

Amounts of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag of High

Fineness, by T. Tomisawa, T. Chikada, and Y. Nagao

-Study on the Effects of Blast-Furnace Slag on Properties of

No-Slump Concrete Mixtures, by K. Togawa and J. Nakamoto

-Properties of Concrete Using Newly Developed Low-Heat

Cements and Experiments with Mass Concrete Model, by

S. Nagataki, T. Sone, and A. Matsui

-Utilization of Blast-Furnace Slag and Silica Fume for Controlling

Temperature Rise in High-Strength Concrete, by M. Yurugi,

T. Mizobuchi, and T. Terauchi

-High-Strength Concrete for Wall Foundation Using Ternary

Blended Cement with Intermixture of Blast-Furnace Slag and

Fly Ash, by S. Kashima, N. Furuya, and R. Yamaoka

-Chloride-Ion Attack on Low Water-Cement Ratio Pastes

Containing Silica Fume, by R. Gagné, M. Pigeon, E. Revertégat,

and P.C. Aïtcin

-Degradation of Normal Portland and Slag Cement Concrete under

Load Due to Reinforcement Corrosion, by K.E. Philipose,

J.J. Beaudoin, and R.F. Feldman

-Fatigue of Concrete Composed of Blast Furnace Slag or Silica

Fume under Submerged Conditions, by S. Ozaki and N. Sugata

-Sulfate Resistance of Mortars Containing Ground Granulated

Blast-Furnace Slag with Variable Alumina Content, by

J.P.H. Frearson and D.D. Higgins

-Measurement of Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement under High

Chloride Conditions, by D. Baweja, H. Roper, S Guirguis, and

V. Sirivivatnanon

-Resistance to Freezing and Thawing and Chloride Diffusion of

Anti-Washout Underwater Concrete Containing Blast-Furnace

Slag, by K. Fukudome, K. Miyano, H. Taniguchi, and T. Kita

-Use of Blast-Furnace Slag Cements in the Boreholes in Salt Beds,

by W. Brylicki, J. Ma?olepszy, and S. Stryczek

-Application of High Slag and Fly Ash, Low-Heat Cement to

Antiwashout Underwater Concrete, by S. Kashima, M. Sakamoto,

S. Okada, T. Iho, and Y. Nakagawa

-Studies on Marine Epilithic Organisms to No-Fines Concrete

Using Slag Cement and Portland Cement with Silica Fume,

by M. Tamai and Y. Nishiwaki

-Activation of Slag in Gypsumless Portland Cements, by

J. Hrazdira

-Modulus of Elasticity and Drying Shrinkage of High-Strength

Concrete Containing Silica Fume, by C. Alfes


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