SP-153: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete Proceedings Fifth International Conference Milwauk

SP-153: Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete Proceedings Fifth International Conference Milwauk

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Editor: V.M.Malhotra

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In 1995, CANMET, in association with ACI, U.S.A. Electric Power Research Institute, Canadian Electrical Association, and several other organizations in Canada and the United States, sponsered the Fifth International Conference on fly ash, ferrous and nonferrous slags, and silica fume was held. The two volume proceedings of the Fifth CANMET/ACI Conference contains 62 papers from 23 countries.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1207.00

ISBN: 9780870316517

Categories: Pozzolans

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-PROPERTIES OF HIGH-VOLUME FLY ASH CONCRETE

MADE WITH HIGH-EARLY STRENGTH ASTM TYPE III

CEMENT by A. Bilodeau and V. M. Malhotra

-STRUCTURAL CONCRETE INCORPORATING HIGH

VOLUME OF FLY ASH by D. Galeota, M. M. Giammatteo,

and R. Marino

-USING MEDIUM- TO HIGH-VOLUME FLY ASH BLENDED

CEMENTS TO IMPROVE THE SULFATE

-RESISTANCE OF HIGH-LIME FLY ASH CONCRETE by

J. R. Prusinski and R. L. Carrasquillo

-PROCESSED FLY ASH FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE

CONCRETE by H. A. W. Cornelissen, R. E. Hellewaard,

and J. L. J. Vissers

-EFFECT OF FLY ASH COMPOSITION ON THERMAL

CRACKING IN CONCRETE by M. D. A. Thomas,

P. K. Mukherjee, J. A. Sato, and M. F. Everitt

-A MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE COMPRESSIVE

STRENGTH OF STRUCTURAL FLY ASH CONCRETE,

by F. de Larrard

-LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF GROUT CONTAINING

FLY ASH AND BRINE by A. A. Al-Manaseer and M. D. Haug

-PROPERTIES OF MORTAR MIXTURES CONTAINING

HIGH AMOUNTS OF VARIOUS SUPPLEMENTARY

CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS by C. Talbot, M. Pigeon,

J. Marchand, and H. Hornain

-PRODUCTION OF SULFATE-RESISTANT CONCRETE

CONTAINING HIGH-CALCIUM FLY ASH AND SODIUM

SULFATE ADMIXTURE by R. B. Freeman and R. L. Carrasquillo

-INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TYPE-F FLY ASH IN

SUPPRESSING EXPANSION DUE TO ALKALI-SILICA

REACTIVITY by M. A. Berube, A. Carles-Gibergues,

J. Duchesne, and P. Naproux

-EXPANSIVE CEMENT PRODUCED FROM AFBC ASH

BY ALKALI SULPHATE ACTIVATION APPROACH by

W. Jiang and D. M. Roy

-ACTIVE B-C2S CEMENT FROM FLY ASH AND KILN DUST

by A. Xu and S. L. Sarkar

-THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH EARLY STRENGTH (HES)

MINERALIZED CLINKER ON THE STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT

OF BLENDED CEMENTS CONTAINING FLY ASH, SLAG OR

GROUND LIMESTONE by S. Kelham, J. S. Damtoft, and

B. L. O. Talling

-MIXTURE PROPORTIONING FOR HIGHLY-FLOWABLE

CONCRETE INCORPORATING LIMESTONE POWDER

by K. Sakata, T. Ayano, and A. Ogawa

-PROPERTIES OF LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE PRODUCED

FROM A HIGH CALCIUM FLY ASH by G. Baykal, T. Ozturan,

M. Savas, and K. Z. Ramadan

-FIVE-YEAR EXPOSURE TEST ON LONG-TERM PROPERTIES

OF CONCRETES CONTAINING FLY ASH, BLAST-FURNACE

SLAG AND SILICA FUME by T. Sasatani, K. Torii, and M.

Kawamura

-MOVEMENT OF IONS THROUGH MORTAR MIXED WITH

MINERAL ADMIXTURES by N. Otsuki, S. Nagataki, and

M. Hisada

-PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH BAGASSE ASH AS FINE

AGGREGATE by B. K. Baguant

-MECHANICAL TREATMENT OF FLY ASHES: STRENGTH

EVELOPMENT AND WORKABILITY OF MORTARS CONTAINING

GROUND FLY ASHES by J. Monzo, J. Paya, E. Peris-Mora, and

M. V. Borrachero

-INFLUENCE OF FINENESS AND SOLUBLE SILICA CONTENT

OF FLY ASHES ON THEIR STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT WITH

RESPECT TO AGE by R. V. Ranganath, R. C. Sharma, and

S. Krishnamoorthy

-IMPROVEMENT OF CHARACTERISTICS OF ROLLER

COMPACTED CONCRETE BY CLASSIFIED FLY ASH by

T. Fukute, K. Nakano, and M. Ishii

-CLASS C FLY ASH AS A SHRINKAGE REDUCER FOR

CEMENT PASTE by S. Tangtermsirikul, T. Sudsangiam,

T. Deesawangnade, and P. Nimityongskul

-CONSTRUCTION EXPERIENCE WITH CLSM FLY ASH

SLURRY FOR UNDERGROUND FACILITIES by B. W. Ramme,

T. R. Naik, and H. J. Kolbeck

-A STRENGTH DEFINITION FOR THE WATER-TO-CEMENT

MATERIALS RATIO by A. Hassaballah and T. H. Wenzel

-UTILIZATION OF FLY ASH IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A

COST-EFFECTIVE CEMENTITIOUS PRODUCT by S. L. Sarkar,

A. Kumar, D. K. Das, and G. Banerjee

-MORPHOLOGY AND SELECTED PROPERTIES OF FLY ASH

by P. K. Rohatgi, P. Huang, R. Guo, B. N. Keshavaram, and

D. Golden

-COMPARATIVE TESTING OF PORTLAND CEMENT, FLY ASH,

GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG AND SILICA

FUME CONCRETES FOR POTENTIAL DURABILITY by

P. C. Taylor, P. E. Streicher, G. Goch, and L. Fliss

-HEAT TREATMENT OF FINE-GRAINED CEMENTLESS

CONCRETE BASED ON HIGH-CALCIUM FLY ASH AND SLAG

FROM THERMAL POWER PLANTS by S. I. Pavlenko

-USE OF FLY ASH, BLAST FURNACE SLAG AND CHEMICAL

GYPSUM FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF CALCIUM

SULFOALUMINATE-BASED CEMENTS by G. Belz, J. Beretka,

M. Marroccoli, L. Santoro, N. Sherman, and G. L. Valenti

-MEXICAN NATURAL POZZOLANS AND THE EVALUATION

OF THE SPECIFICATIONS RELATED TO THEIR USE by

R. Uribe-Afif and R. E. Rodriguez-Camacho

-RUBBER ADDED FLY ASH FOR UNDERGROUND

PETROLEUM TANKS by G. Baykal and K. Koprulu

-EFFECTIVENESS OF FLY ASH IN REDUCING EXPANSION

OF CONCRETE MADE WITH REACTIVE AGGREGATES FROM

NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA by B. Fournier, W. S. Langley,

and V. M. Malhotra

-PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETES INCORPORATING

VARIOUS FORMS OF SILICA FUME by J. Wolsiefer, Sr.,

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

-EFFECTIVENESS OF SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTING

MATERIALS IN CONTROLLING CHLORIDE PENETRATION

INTO CONCRETE by R. N. Swamy and J. C. Laiw

-ENSURING HIGH QUALITY SILICA FUME CONCRETE

OVERLAYS by C. Ozyildirim

-STRAIN RATE SENSITIVITIES OF STRENGTH AND

DEFORMATION OF HIGH-STRENGTH SILICA FUME

CONCRETE by N. Han and J. C. Walraven

-NONEVAPORABLE WATER AND DEGREE OF CEMENT

HYDRATION IN SILICA FUME - CEMENT SYSTEMS by

E. H. Atlassi

-SURFACE AND COLLOIDAL PROPERTIES OF SILICA FUMES

IN AQUEOUS MEDIUM by Q. Chu, S. Bonnamy, and

H. Van Damme

-INFLUENCE OF HIGH SILICA FUME AND HIGH FLY ASH

CONTENTS ON ALKALINITY OF PORE SOLUTION AND

PROTECTION OF STEEL AGAINST CORROSION by U. Wiens,

W. Breit, and P. Schiessl

-MOISTURE DIFFUSIVITY OF FIBER REINFORCED SILICA

FUME MORTARS by E. Danarie and Y. F. Houst

-MANUFACTURE OF HIGH-STRENGTH AERATED CONCRETE

CONTAINING SILICA FUME by H. Fujiwara, E. Sawada, and

Y. Ishikawa

-SULFATE RESISTANCE OF MORTARS CONTAINING SILICA

FUMES AS EVALUATED BY DIFFERENT METHODS by

A. Yeginobali and F. T. Dilek

-HIGH REACTIVITY METAKAOLIN (HRM) FOR HIGH

PERFORMANCE CONCRETE by M. A. Caldarone and

K. A. Gruber

-THE INFLUENCE OF SILICA FUME ON THE HEAT OF

HYDRATION OF PORTLAND CEMENT by M. I. Sanchez de Rojas

and M. Frias

-STUDIES ON FERROCEMENT CONTAINING SILICA FUME

by M. Tamai and T. Takaya LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF

SILICA FUME CONCRETES IN THE USA EXPOSED TO

ABRASION-EROSION OR CAVITATION - WITH 10-YEAR

RESULTS FOR KINZUA DAM AND LOS ANGELES RIVER by

M. D. Luther and W. Halczak

-THE DURABILITY OF CONCRETES MADE WITH BLENDS OF

HIGH-ALUMINA CEMENT AND GROUND GRANULATED BLAST

FURNACE SLAG by G. J. Osborne and B. Singh

-BLAST FURNACE SLAG AGGREGATE IN THE PRODUCTION

OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE by M. N. Haque,

O. A. Kayyali, and B. M. Joynes

-EFFECTS OF FLY ASH, BLAST FURNACE SLAG AND

SILICA FUME ON RESISTANCE OF MORTAR TO CALCIUM

CHLORIDE ATTACK by K. Torii, T. Sasatani, and M. Kawamura

-EFFECTS OF HIGH FINENESS AND LARGE AMOUNTS OF

GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG ON

PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF SLAG CEMENTS

by T. Tomisawa and M. Fujii

-EFFECT OF TEST PROCEDURES ON THE ASSESSMENT

OF THE SULFATE RESISTANCE OF SLAG CEMENTS by

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

-UTILIZATION OF LOW HEAT CEMENT WITH HIGH CONTENT

OF FINELY GROUND BLAST FURNACE SLAG FOR HIGH

STRENGTH CONCRETE by M. Iwai, A. Takagi, T. Mizobuchi,

and Y. Nobuta

-EFFECTIVENESS OF GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE

SLAG IN PREVENTING ALKALI-SILICA REACTION by

D. D. Higgins and M. D. Connell

-EFFICIENCY OF FINELY GROUND BLAST FURNACE SLAGS

IN HIGH-STRENGTH MORTARS by Y. Ohama, J. Madej, and K.

Demura

-A STUDY OF THE PROPERTIES OF PORTLAND

CEMENT INCORPORATING SILICA FUME AND BLAST

FURNACE SLAG by S. Nagataki and C. Wu

-EFFECT OF BLAST FURNACE SLAG IN REDUCING

EXPANSION DUE TO ALKALI-SILICA REACTION IN

CONCRETE by T. Wang, S. Nishibayashi, K. Nakano,

and Q. Bian

-EFFECT OF HEAVY METALS IMMOBILIZATION ON THE

PROPERTIES OF ALKALI ACTIVATED SLAG MORTARS

by J. Malolepszy and J. Deja

-PROPERTIES OF MORTAR AND CONCRETE USING

RED MUD AND FINELY GROUND SILICA by K. Kohno,

K. Amo, Y. Ogawa, and M. Gyotoku

-A STUDY OF STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT AND

CARBONATION OF CONCRETE INCORPORATING

HIGH VOLUME BLAST FURNACE SLAG by J. Nakamoto

and K. Togawa

-FLY ASH AND SLAG JET-BLAST RESISTANT

CONCRETES by P. J. Robins and S. A. Austin

-CHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF LIME-SLAG BLENDS by

C. Shi and R. L. Day

-SMALL-ANGLE SCATTERING STUDY OF CONCRETE

MICROSTRUCTURE AS A FUNCTION OF SILICA FUME,

FLY ASH OR OTHER POZZOLANIC ADDITIONS by

A. J. Allen and R. A. Livingston

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