SP-145: Durability of Concrete -- Proceedings Third CANMET - ACI International Conference, Nice, France 1994

SP-145: Durability of Concrete -- Proceedings Third CANMET - ACI International Conference, Nice, France 1994

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PURCHASE INDIVIDUAL PAPERS

Editor: V.M.Malhotra

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In 1994, The Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) in association with the America Concrete Institute, sponsored a third international conference on the Durability of Concrete This Special ACI publication presents the 65 conference papers accepter for publication. For Your Convenience, Durability of Concrete has been divided into two parts.

Part 1, which contains 34 papers, covers the areas of:

1. Deicer Salt Scaling of Concrete

2. Freezing and Thawing Phenomenon

3. Performance of Concrete in Marine Environments

4. Corrosion of Steel to Fluoride-Ion Attach

5. And other Topics

Part 2, containing 31 papers, covers the areas of:

1. Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity

2. Coatings for Concrete

3. Carbonation

4. High-Volume Fly Ash Concrete

5. Durability of Concrete

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1224.00

ISBN: 9780870316449

Categories: Durability

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-THE DEICER SALT SCALING DETERIORATION OF

CONCRETE - AN OVERVIEW by J. Marchand,

E.J. Sellevold, and M. Pigeon

-SCALING RESISTANCE OF GROUND GRANULATED

BLAST FURNACE (GGBF) SLAG CONCRETES, by

M.D. Luther, W.J. Mikols, A.J. DeMaio, and J.E. Whitlinger

-INVESTIGATION OF ALTERNATE CONCRETE DEICERS

by P.P. Hudec, C. MacInnis, and S.P. McCann

-W/CM CODE REQUIREMENTS INAPPROPRIATE FOR

RESISTANCE TO DEICER SALT SCALING by C.D. Johnston

-DURABILITY OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES EXPOSED

TO CaCl2 BASED DEICING SALTS by M. Collepardi,

L. Coppola, and C. Pistolesi

-CHLORIDE PERMEABILITY OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE

PLATFORMS IN THE NORTH SEA by M. Sandvik, A.K. Haug,

and O. Erlien

-INFLUENCE OF THE CURING METHOD ON THE DURABILITY

OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETES, by L. Hasni,

J.L. Gallias, and M. Salomon

-HIGH TEMPERATURE EFFECT ON HIGH PERFORMANCE

CONCRETE (70-600C) STRENGTH AND POROSITY, by

A.N. Noumowe, P. Clastres, G. Debicki, and M. Bolvin

-LONG-TERM DURABILITY OF SPECIAL HIGH STRENGTH

CONCRETES by P. Nepper-Christensen, B.W. Kristensen, and

T.H. Rasmussen

-DURABILITY PROPERTIES OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE

CONTAINING SILICA FUME AND LIGNITE FLY ASH, by

K.W. Nasser and S. Ghosh

-CORROSION BEHAVIOURS OF STEEL EMBEDDED IN FLY

ASH BLENDED CEMENTS by H.T. Cao, L. Bucea, B. Wortley,

and V. Sirivivatnanon

-THE INFLUENCE OF FLY ASH ON THE RESISTIVITY AND

RATE OF CORROSION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE, by

J.G. Cabrera and P. Ghoddoussi

-COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF CORROSION-INHIBITING

CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE, by

C.K. Nmai and P.D. Krauss

-MINIMIZING CORROSION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT-

IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE, by

S. Guirguis, H.T. Cao, and D. Baweja

-DESIGN FOR AVOIDING DAMAGE DUE TO CARBONATION-

INDUCED CORROSION by L.J. Parrott

-USE OF LABORATORY TECHNIQUES TO EVALUATE LONG-

TERM DURABILITY OF STEEL REINFORCED CONCRETE

EXPOSED TO CHLORIDE INGRESS by N.S. Berke, M.C. Hicks,

R.J. Hoopes, and P.G. Tourney

-LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF PORTLAND AND BLENDED

CEMENT CONCRETES UNDER MARINE CONDITIONS, by

H. Roper, V. Sirivivatnanon, and D. Baweja

-TEN YEAR EXPOSURE TEST OF PRECRACKED REINFORCED

CONCRETE IN A MARINE ENVIRONMENT, by K. Sakai and

S. Sasaki

-MARINE CONCRETE DURABILITY-CONDITION SURVEY OF

CERTAIN TENSILE CRACK EXPOSURE BEAMS AT TREAT

ISLAND, MAINE, USA by S.K. Lee, D.V. Reddy, W.H. Hartt,

M. Arockiasamy, and E.F. O'Neil

-SWELLING OF CONCRETE IN DEEP SEAWATER by J. Bijen

and G. van der Wegen

-DURABILITY OF HIGH ALUMINA CEMENT MORTARS FOR

THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT by N.C. Baker and P.F.G. Banfill

-LONG TERM STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE

MINERALOGICAL COMPOSITION OF CEMENTS ON

RESISTANCE TO SEAWATER: TESTS IN ARTIFICIAL SEAWATER

AND IN THE CHANNEL, by A.M. Paillère, M. Raverdy, and

J.J. Serrano

-DURABILITY OF REPAIRED REINFORCED CONCRETE IN

MARINE ENVIRONMENT by T. Uomoto, H. Ohga, T. Yonezawa,

and H. Ibe

-THE EFFECT OF NON-LINEAR CHLORIDE BINDING ON THE

PREDICTION OF CHLORIDE PENETRATION INTO CONCRETE

STRUCTURES by L.O. Nilsson, M. Massat, and L. Tang

-APPLICATION OF RAPID CHLORIDE PERMEABILITY TEST TO

QUALITY CONTROL OF CONCRETE, by S. Misra, A. Yamamoto,

T. Tsutsumi, and K. Motohashi

-RESISTANCE TO PENETRATION OF CHLORIDES INTO

CONCRETES CONTAINING LATEX, FLY ASH, SLAG, AND

SILICA FUME, by C. Ozyildirim

-SIMULATION OF CHLORIDE PENETRATION INTO HARDENED

CONCRETE by T. Maruya, S. Tangtermsirikul, and Y. Matsuoka

-PERFORMANCE OF PLAIN AND BLENDED CEMENTS IN HIGH

CHLORIDE ENVIRONMENTS by O.S.B. Al-Amoudi,

Rasheeduzzafar, M. Maslehuddin, and S.N. Abduljauwad

-A FIELD STUDY OF THE PENETRATION OF CHLORIDES AND

OTHER IONS INTO A HIGH QUALITY CONCRETE MARINE

BRIDGE COLUMN, by P. Sandberg and L. Tang

-DURABILITY OF LOADED REINFORCED CONCRETE IN

CHLORIDE ENVIRONMENT by R. Francois and G. Arliguie

-EFFECT OF AN ELECTRICAL FIELD ON THE REMOVAL OF

CHLORIDE IONS FROM CONCRETE SLABS, by L. Tang,

L. Berntsson, J. Aavik, and L.O. Nilsson

-FREEZING AND THAWING DURABILITY OF CONCRETE

BLOCK PAVERS by N. Ghafoori and R.P. Mathis

-FREEZING AND THAWING DURABILITY OF AIR-ENTRAINED

WET- AND DRY-MIX SHOTCRETE INCORPORATING SILICA

FUME, by B. Durand, J. Mirza, and P. Nguyen

-A STUDY OF FROST RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE USING

AN ORGANIC SHRINKAGE-REDUCING AGENT, by H. Fujiwara,

R. Tomita, and Y. Shimoyama

-ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTIVITY (AAR) POTENTIAL OF

SELECTED CANADIAN AGGREGATES FOR USE IN OFFSHORE

CONCRETE STRUCTURES by B. Fournier, V.M. Malhotra,

W.S. Langley, and G.C. Hoff

-AN ACCELERATED METHOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF A

SR RISKS IN ACTUAL CONCRETE COMPOSITIONS, by A. Criaud,

C. Defossé, and V. Andrei

-INFLUENCE OF MICROCRACKING ON THE ONSET AND

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ALKALI SILICA REACTION, by

J.S. Guédon and A. Le Roux

-RESULTS OF A ROUND ROBIN TEST PROGRAM FOR THE

VALIDATION OF THE TEST METHODS IN THE FRENCH

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF AAR

DAMAGE TO CONCRETE, by A. Corneille and B. Bollotte

-DISTRIBUTION AND SIGNIFICANCE OF ALKALI-AGGREGATE

REACTION IN SOUTHERN NORWAY, by V. Jensen

-AN ANALYTICAL STUDY CONCERNING PREDICTION OF

CONCRETE EXPANSION DUE TO ALKALI-SILICA REACTION,

by Y. Furusawa, H. Ohga, and T. Uomoto

-TEST METHODS FOR ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTIONS

IN NORWEGIAN AGGREGATES: PETROGRAPHIC EXAMINATION

AND THE SOUTH AFRICAN NBRI MORTAR-BAR TEST by

B.J. Wigum and J. Lindgard

-INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF A CONCRETE WHARF by

M. Maage, S. Helland, J.E. Carlsen, and M. Ronne

-DURABILITY OF CONCRETE FOR EARLY OPENING OF

REPAIRED HIGHWAYS-FIELD EVALUATION, by M. Nagi,

D. Janssen, and D. Whiting

-DURABILITY EVALUATION OF REPAIR MATERIALS IN

HOT-ARID ENVIRONMENTS by I.A. Basunbul, H.A. Dehwah,

and M. Maslehuddin

-IN-SITU EVALUATION OF A FLEXIBLE SURFACE COATING FOR CONCRETE TO PREVENT CHLORIDE PENETRATION AND STEEL CORROSION by T. Oshiro, R.N. Swamy, and S. Tanikawa

-THE AGING BEHAVIOUR OF ZINC SPRAY COATING APPLIED

FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE,

by P. Delpire, G. Grimaldi, and A. Raharinaivo

-THE INFLUENCE OF EARLY CURING ON THE SURFACE

PERMEABILITY AND ABSORPTION OF SILICA FUME CONCRETE,

by S.A. Austin, P.J. Robins, and A.S.S. Al-Eesa

-STUDY OF CONCRETE CONTAINING SILICA FUME AND

ACTIVATED AMORPHOUS SILICA by H. Tanaka

-THE RATE OF CARBONATION IN CONCRETE MADE WITH

BLENDED CEMENT by K. Horiguchi, T. Chosokabe, T. Ikabata,

and Y. Suzuki

-MECHANISMS OF CONCRETE DETERIORATION BY SODIUM

SULFATE CRYSTALLIZATION by K.J. Folliard and P. Sandberg

-UNDERWATER FATIGUE PERFORMANCE OF STRUCTURAL

LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE by V. Ramakrishnan, T.W. Bremner,

and V.M. Malhotra

-MECHANICAL AND DURABILITY PROPERTIES OF HIGH

VOLUME FLY ASH CONCRETE by V. Sirivivatnanon, H.T. Cao,

and P. Nelson

-DURABILITY OF CONCRETE USING AIR-CLASSIFIED FLY ASH

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

-DAMAGE DUE TO HYDRATION IN ROLLER COMPACTED

CONCRETE: THE CASE OF THE RIOU DAM, by J.P. Bournazel

and E. Bourdarot

-AN EXPERIMENTAL DEVICE TO STUDY CRACKING AND

DETERIORATION OF CONCRETE by D. Breysse, B. Gérard, and

M. Lasne

-SURVEY OF WATER TOWERS, RESERVOIRS, TANKS, AND

BASINS: THEIR CONDITIONS AND THE WATERTIGHTNESS OF

THE WATERPROOFING, by G. Mathieu and J. Sari

-THE INFLUENCE OF HEAT TREATMENT ON THE DURABILITY

OF CONCRETE by M.S. Akman and H. Gülseren

-DURABILITY STUDIES OF CONCRETE CONTAINING LOW

CEMENT CONTENT AND FINE PARTICLES OF FOUNDRY

SLAG, by S.I. Pavlenko and V.S. Bogusevich

-DETERIORATION OF CONCRETE DERIVED FROM

METABOLITES OF MICROORGANISMS by E.I. Tazawa,

T. Morinaga, and K. Kawai

-ABRASION RESISTANCE OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE

WITH CHEMICAL AND MINERAL ADMIXTURES, by I.R. de Almeida

-LABORATORY STUDIES AND EVALUATIONS OF CONCRETE

CONTAINING DEAD-BURNED DOLOMITE, by J.M. Scanlon and

J.D. Connolly

-CONCRETE DURABILITY SPECIFICATION BY WATER/CEMENT

OR COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH FOR EUROPEAN CEMENT

TYPES, by A.P. Barker and J.D. Matthews

-ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CURING ON

THE DURABILITY OF REINFORCED CONCRETE, by B.K. Marsh

and M.A. Ali

-PREDICTING CONCRETE DURABILITY FROM ITS ABSORPTION

by R.K. Dhir, M.R. Jones, E.A. Byars, and I.G. Shaaban

-DURABILITY OF LOCAL REPAIR MEASURES ON CONCRETE S

TRUCTURES DAMAGED BY REINFORCEMENT CORROSION,

by P. Schiebl, W. Breit, and M. Raupach

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