SP-148: Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and chemical admixtures in Concrete

SP-148: Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and chemical admixtures in Concrete

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Editor: V.M.Malhotra

Description

In October, 1994, CANMET in association with the American Concrete Institute sponsored a fourth conference on the superplasticizers and chemical admixtures in Montreal. The objective of this conference was to bring to the attention of the concrete community the new developments in chemical admixtures since the last conference in 1989. A total of 25 papers were accepted for publication in this special proceedings from the conference. If you are involved with superplasticizers and chemical admixtures, this special publication is a must.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 455.00

ISBN: 9780870316470

Categories: Admixtures

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-PREFACE

-ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

-ROLE OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS AND SLAG FOR

PRODUCING HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE by

R.N. Swamy, M. Sakai, and N. Nakamura

-APPLICATION OF A NEW SUPERPLASTICIZER FOR ULTRA

HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE by K. Mitsui, T. Yonezawa,

M. Kinoshita, and T. Shimono

-CEMENT/SUPERPLASTICIZER/AIR-ENTRAINING AGENT

COMPATIBILITY by M. Baalbaki and P.C. Aïtcin

-PROGRESS IN UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTIONAL

PROPERTIES OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS IN FRESH

CONCRETE by C.Jolicoeur, P.C. Nkinamubanzi, M.A. Simard,

and M. Piotte

-INFLUENCE OF ACRYLIC POLYMERS ON THE RHEOLOGY

OF MORTARS by S. Maximilien, J. Ambroise, and J. Péra

-SLUMP LOSS AND RHEOLOGY OF SUPERPLASTICIZED

MORTAR AND CONCRETE WITH DIFFERENT POLYSACCHARIDE

SYRUPS by G. Mantegazza and E. Alberti

-WORKABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-STRENGTH

CONCRETE INCORPORATING AN AIR ENTRAINING,

HIGH-RANGE WATER-REDUCING ADMIXTURE by

M. Kagaya, H. Tokuda, M. Kawakami, and T. Kaneko

-EFFECT OF A PHOSPHONATE-BASED COMPOUND ON

THE HYDRATION OF CEMENT AND CEMENT COMPONENTS

by V.S. Ramachandran and M.S. Lowery

-THE INFLUENCE OF CROSS-LINKED AND NSF

SUPERPLASTICIZER ON THE FLOW PROPERTIES OF

BLENDED CEMENTS by T. Sone, S.L. Sarker, and H. Uchikawa

-A STUDY ON THE FLOW OF HIGHLY SUPERPLASTICIZED

CONCRETE by S. Nishibayashi, S. Inoue, A. Yoshino, T. Kuroda,

and T. Kume

-APPLICATIONS OF RHEOLOGICAL MODIFIERS AND

SUPERPLASTICIZERS IN CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS by

C.B. Skaggs, W.G. Rakitsky, and S.F. Whitaker

-MIXTURE PROPORTION, FLOWABILITY, STRENGTH AND

DURABILITY OF FLOWING CONCRETE by Y. Kasai, S. Hiraishi,

K. Tobinai, and K. Osada

-AN EXPERIMENTAL CONSTRUCTION OF MODEL STRUCTURE

WITH FLOWING CONCRETE, by N. Nishiyama, Y. Kasai,

N. Yuasa, and Y. Nakata

-SHRINKAGE AND CRACKING OF HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE

AND FLOWING CONCRETE AT EARLY AGES by K. Yokoyama,

S. Hiraishi, Y. Kasai, and K. Kishitani

-THE INFLUENCE OF SUPERPLASTICIZER ON MIXTURE

PROPORTIONING AND THE STRENGTH AND DURABILITY OF

SILICA FUME CONCRETE by S.A. Austin and P.J. Robins

-PROPERTIES OF AN ACRYLIC GRAFT COPOLYMER-BASED

NEW SUPERPLASTICIZER FOR ULTRA HIGH-STRENGTH

CONCRETE by M. Kinoshita, T. Suzuki, T. Yonezawa, and

K. Mitsui

-SPLIT ADDITION OF A HRWRA AND ITS EFFECT ON HIGH-

PERFORMANCE CONCRETE by J.J. Schemmel, V. Arora,

and J. Williams

-EFFECT OF MOIST CURING AND MODIFIER CONTENT ON

PERFORMANCE IN FREEZING AND THAWING OF TWO

LATEX-MODIFIED CONCRETES by C.M. Newtson and

D.J. Janssen

-EFFECT OF CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ALCELL LIGNIN-

BASED METHYLSULPHONATES ON THEIR PERFORMANCE

AS WATER-REDUCING ADMIXTURES by J. Zhor, T.W. Bremner,

and J.H. Lora

-PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS OF LITHIUM-BASED CHEMICALS

AND ADMIXTURES IN CONTROLLING ALKALI-AGGREGATE

REACTIONS by H. Wang, S. Tysl, and J.E. Gillott

-PLASTICIZING CHARACTERISTICS OF SULFONIC ACID

POLYMER CONTAINING METHACRYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES

by E.I. Tazawa, A. Yonekura, M. Takahashi, S. Miyazawa, and

K. Kawai

-PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SET ACCELERATORS

FOR CONCRETE by A.A. Jeknavorian, N.S. Berke, and D.F. Shen

-ROLE OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS IN GYPSUMLESS PORTLAND

CEMENTS by J. Hrazdira

-MODIFICATION OF CEMENT MORTARS BY POLYMERIC

LATEXES AND THEIR USE FOR REPAIRING CONCRETE

by G. Mantegazza,

A.M. Penna, and S. Tattoni

-PARAMETERS INFLUENCING THE OXYGEN AND CHLORIDE

PERMEABILITY OF SUPERPLASTICIZED NORMAL PORTLAND

CEMENT AND FLY ASH-NORMAL PORTLAND CEMENT MORTAR

AND CONCRETE by C.J. Lynsdale and J.G. Cabrera

-SI (Metric) TABLES

- INDEX

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