SP-154: Advances in Concrete Technology - Proceeding Second CANMET/ ACI International Symposium - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

SP-154: Advances in Concrete Technology - Proceeding Second CANMET/ ACI International Symposium - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Editor: V.M.Malhotra

Description

In 1995, The Canadian Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET), in association with the American Concrete Institute and other organizations sponsored a second conference on Advances in Concrete Technology. The objectives of this conference was to bring together representatives from industry, universities, and government agencies to present the latest information and explore new areas of needed research and development. Thirty two papers from 20 countries were reviewed and accepted for inclusion in this new publication based on the symposium subject, advances in concrete technology. The range of subjects is varied due to the wide range of experts involved in this project.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 643.00

ISBN: 9780870316524

Categories: Concrete Technology

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE

A REVIEW by T. W. Bremner and T. A. Holm

-FLEXURAL CRACKING EVALUATION USING

FIBER OPTIC SENSORS IN HIGH-STRENGTH

COMPOSITE BEAMS REINFORCED WITH

PRESTRESSED PRISMS by E. G. Nawy and B. Chen

-THE INFLUENCE OF CONTROLLED PERMEABILITY

FORMWORK ON THE DURABILITY AND TRANSPORT

PROPERTIES OF NEAR SURFACE CONCRETE by

A. E. Long, A. A. Sha'at, and P. A. M. Basheer

-A STUDY ON REDUCING SHRINKAGE OF HIGHLY-

FLOWABLE CONCRETE by A. Ogawa, K. Sakata,

and S. Tanak

-CREEP AND SHRINKAGE OF HIGH-STRENGTH

CONCRETE AT EARLY AND NORMAL AGES by

N. Han and J. C. Walraven

-RESISTANCE OF NON AIR-ENTRAINED RICE HULL

ASH CONCRETE TO FREEZING AND THAWING IN

SALINE ENVIRONMENT by P. Sandberg

-HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE FLOOR

CONSTRUCTION AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT

by R. L. Munn and I. Dumitru

-CHANGES IN THE COMPOSITION OF PORE SOLUTION

AND SOLIDS DURING ELECTROCHEMICAL CHLORIDE

REMOVAL IN CONTAMINATED CONCRETE by J. Tritthart

-DURABILITY OF CALCIUM ALUMINATE CEMENT

CONCRETE: ASSESSMENT OF CONCRETE FROM A

60-YEAR OLD MARINE STRUCTURE AT HALIFAX, NS,

CANADA by P. C. Aïtcin, F. Blais, and C. M. George

-NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE MODELING OF MASS

TRANSPORT PROCESSES IN CEMENT-BASED

COMPOSITES: A REVIEW by J. Marchand and B. Gérard

-INFLUENCE OF RICE HUSK ASH ON PROPERTIES OF

SISAL PULP-MORTAR COMPOSITESby B. Chatveera and

P. Nimityongskul

-PROMISING APPROACH TO PREVENT ALKALI-

AGGREGATE REACTION IN CONCRETE - EFFECTS OF

BLAST FURNACE SLAG by S. Nishibayashi, T. Kuroda,

and Y. Okawa

-TESTS FOR CLASSIFICATION OF AGGREGATES FOR

FROST-RESISTANT CONCRETES by Z. Rusin

-TOWARD GAP-GRADED HPC IN VIETNAM USING

CRUSHED ROCK, VERY FINE SAND, AND RH BLENDED

CEMENT by P. Stroeven, D. H. Dalhuisen, N. T. Quy, D. D. Bui,

and A. V. Dong

-IMPROVEMENT IN CONCRETE PERFORMANCE AND

DURABILITY USING PERMEABLE SHEETby Y. Tsukinaga,

M. Shoya, R. Sugawara, and H. Nonome

-SELF-COMPACTING PROPERTY OF HIGHLY FLOWABLE

CONCRETE by S. Nagataki and H. Fujiwara

-PITCH-BASED CARBON FIBER REINFORCED CEMENT

COMPOSITES - A REVIEW by N. Banthia and I. Genois

-DEVELOPMENT OF SUPERWORKABLE CONCRETE FOR

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL PORT STRUCTURES by T. Fukute,

A. Moriwake, K. Sano, and K. Hamasaki

-THE THAUMASITE FORM OF SULFATE ATTACK IN

CONCRETES CONTAINING A SOURCE OF CARBONATE IONS

- A MICROSTRUCTURAL OVERVIEW by N. J. Crammond and

M. A. Halliwell

-APPLICATION OF SUPERWORKABLE CONCRETE IN THE

CONSTRUCTION OF 70-STORY BUILDING IN JAPAN by

M. Hayakawa, Y. Matsuoka, and K. Yokota

-ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE CONCRETE AND ITS

APPLICATION IN DEICING by P. Xie and J. J. Beaudoin

-STRAIN, CRACKING, AND FAILURE DESCRIBED BY AN

ULTIMATE MODULUS by E. K. Schrader

-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DETERIORATION AND

STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE: THREE CASE STUDIES

by R. A. Miller, B. M. Shahrooz, and A. E. Aktan

-MECHANISMS OF STRÄTLINGITE FORMATION IN HIGH

ALUMINA CEMENT-SILICEOUS MATERIAL SYSTEMS by

Y. Fu, J. Ding, and J. J. Beaudoin

-MODELING OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HEAT OF

HYDRATION IN HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

by C. Wang and W. H. Dilger

-INFLUENCE OF EXPOSURE OF CONCRETE TO SALT

UPON EXPANSION DUE TO ASR by D. W. Hobbs

-EFFECT OF CURING CONDITIONS ON HIGH-VOLUME

FLY ASH CONCRETE MADE WITH ASTM TYPE I AND III

CEMENTS AND SILICA FUME by V. Sivasundaram, A. Bilodeau,

and V. M. Malhotra

-RICE HUSK ASH - A UNIQUE SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTING

MATERIAL: DURABILITY ASPECTS by P. K. Mehta and

K. J. Folliard

-THE NORTHUMBERLAND STRAIT BRIDGE PROJECT by

W. S. Langley, R. Gilmour, and E. Tromposch

-CORROSION-INHIBITING ADMIXTURES: PASSIVE,

PASSIVE-ACTIVE VERSUS ACTIVE SYSTEMS by C. K. Nmai

-LONG-TERM DURABILITY OF SILICA FUME STRUCTURAL

CONCRETE, SHOTCRETE, GROUT, AND SLAB OVERLAYS

by J. Wolsiefer and K. Clear

-SPECIFICATION FOR SILICA FUME FOR USE IN CONCRETE

by T. C. Holland

-SI (Metric) TABLES

-INDEX

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