SP-170: Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete

SP-170: Fourth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete

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In 1997, CANMET in association with the American Concrete Institute and several other organizations in Australia sponsored the Fourth International Conference on the subject. The conference was held in Sydney, Australia. More than 120 papers from 30 countries were received and peer reviewed in accordance with the policies of the American Concrete Institute; 81 were accepted for publication. The accepted papers deal with all aspects of durability of concrete, including chloride and sulphate attack, freezing and thawing cycling, alkali-aggregate reactions, cathodic protection, and the role of supplementary cementing materials to enhance durability of fiber-reinforced concrete and performance of repaired concrete structures.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1630.00

ISBN: 9780870316692

Categories: Durability

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

VOLUME I

-PREFACE

-LONG-TERM INFLUENCE OF FLY ASH ON CHLORIDE-

INDUCED CORROSION, by Peter Schiebl and Udo Wiens.

-FIELD EVALUATION OF AN ACRYLIC RUBBER

PROTECTIVE COATING SYSTEM FOR REINFORCED

CONCRETE STRUCTURES, by Y Yamada, T Oshiro, S Tanikawa and R N Swamy.

-QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTIONS OF STEEL CORROSION

IN CONCRETE USING RESISTIVITY AND ANODIC POLARISM

DATA, by Daksh Baweja, Harold Roper, and Vute Sirivivatnanon.

-THE EFFECT OF AIR-ENTRAINMENT ON A PUMPED,

HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE USED IN A SEVERE

MARINE ENVIRONMENT, by G C Hoff, and R Elimov.

-IMRPOVED DURABILITY OF HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE

DUE TO AUTOGENOUS CURING, by S Weber and

H W Reinhardt.

-FLY ASH CONCRETES IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA, by Vute

Sirivivatnanon and E U Kidav.

-EFFECT OF FLY ASH AND CORROSION INHIBITOR ON

REINFORCED CONCRETE IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS,

by Chau Lee and M G Lee.

-EFFECT OF SOURCE AND AMOUNT OF FLY ASH ON

MECHANICAL AND DURABILITY PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE,

by Tarun R Naik, Shiw S Singh and Bruce Ramme.

-DURABILITY OF MORTARS AND CONCRETES CONTAINING

GROUND CONVERTER SLAG, by

Malolepszy J Deja.

-EFFECTIVENESS OF MINERAL ADMIXTURES AND

CURING REGIMES ON AIR PERMEABILITY OF CONCRETE,

by R N Swamy and A A Darwish.

-INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE DURABILITY OF CORROSION

PROTECTION BY EPOXY-COATINGS ON REINFORCEMENT,

by J Moersch, N Brauer, C Gehlen and Peter Schiebl.

-INTRINSIC PERMEABILITY OF FLY ASH CONCRETE, by

C Y Lee, M J McCarthy and R K Dhir.

-ADMIXTURES TO REDUCE THE PERMEABILITY OF

CONCRETE, by Salil K Roy and Derek O Northwood.

-PERFORMANCE OF REINFORCED BLAST FURNACE

SLAG CEMENT CONCRETE SPECIMENS AFTER 10-YEARS'

EXPOSURE IN BAHRAIN, by N H Olsen and G R Summers.

-DURABLE CONCRETE CONTAINING THREE OR FOUR

CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS, by

W Barry Butler.

-INFLUENCE OF BINDER COMPOSITION ON CHLORIDE

PENETRATION RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE, by

P F McGrath and R D Hooton.

-CHLORIDE PENETRATION AND WATER ABSORPTION

INTO P C, FLY ASH AND SLAG CONCRETE UNDER

DIFFERENT CURING CONDITIONS, by Z Tian Chang and

M Maroszeky.

-INVESTIGATIONS ON THE THRESHOLD VALUE OF THE

CRITICAL CHLORIDE CONTENT, by W Breit and Peter Scheibl.

-PREDICTING THE CORROSION OF STEEL IN CHLORIDE-

CONTRAMINATED CONCRETE, by Youping Liu and

Richard E Weyers.

-CHLORIDE-INDUCED CORROSION OF EPOXY COATED

STEEL IN SATURATED Ca(OH)2 SOLUTION AND IN CONCRETE,

by J Havdahl, B B Hope and C M Hansson.

-APPLICATION OF RAPID CHLORIDE PERMEABILITY TEST

TO EVALUATE THE CHLORIDE-ION PENETRATION INTO

CONCRETE, by K Torri, T Sasatani and M Kawamura.

-PRESTRESSED CONCRETE CYLINDER PIPES EXPOSED

INTERNALLY TO AGGRESSIVE WATER, by A A Ibrahim,

O A Abuazza and F A Tarrani.

-CHLORIDE THRESHOLD LEVELS, CORROSION RATES

AND SERVICE LIFE FOR CRACKED HIGH-PERFORMANCE

CONCRETE, by K Pettersson and P Sandberg.

-CORRELATIONS BETWEEN RAPID CHLORIDE TEST

RESULTS AND ON-SITE CHLORIDE INGRESS, by

M G Alexander and P E Steicher.

-DETERIORATION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE IN THE

MARINE-INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT OF THE ARABIAN

GULF: A CASE STUDY, by Vladimir Novokshchenov.

-LIMITATION OF THE WATER CONTENT OF CONCRETE

AS A REPAIR METHOD FOR REINFORCEMENT CORROSION

IN CARBONATED CONCRETE, by Peter Schiebl and R Weydert.

-A CRITICAL REVIEW OF DETERIORATION OF CONCRETE

DUE TO CORROSION OF REINFORCING STEEL, by

Kimberly E Kurtis and Kumar Mehta.

-NEW CORROSION PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR

CONCRETE STRUCTURES USING NEWLY DEVELOPED

ALLOY, by M Funahashi, W T Young, M R Tighe, S F Daily

and C Firlotte.

-SYNERGY BETWEEN ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION

AND OTHER DETERIORATION MECHANISMS IN CONCRETE,

by M D A Thomas.

-DURABILITY OF IKALINE PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE

MADE WITH ALKALI-REACTIVE AGGREGATES, by

P K Krivenko, N M Mhitaryan, V V Chirkova and E P Zgardan.

-ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTION IN THE ROADS AND

TRAFFIC AUTHORITY BRIDGES, NSW, AUSTRALIA, by

A Shayan and H Morris.

-MICROSTRUCTURES OF CONCRETE FROM PAVEMENT

CONTAINING ALKALI-REACTIVE CARBONATE AGGREGATE:

AN SEM AND OPTICAL MICROSCOPE STUDY, by E F Duke,

M R Hansen, and D P Johnston.

-ESTIMATION OF DEPTH OF CONCRETE CARBONATION,

by R H Zhang, T Nakazawa and

F Imai.

-USE OF LITHIUM TO CONTROL EXPANSION DUE TO

ALKALI-SILICA REACTION IN CONCRETE CONTAINING U K

AGGREGATES, by B Q Blackwell, M D A Thomas and

A Sutherland.

-DURABILITY EVALUATIONS AND PERFORMANCE

HISTORIES OF PROJECTS USING POLYOLEFIN FIBER

REINFORCED CONCRETE, by V Ramakrishnan and C N

MacDonald.

-USE OF HIGH VOLUME FLY ASH IN POLYPROPYLENE

FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE FOR SHOTCRETE

APPLICATIONS, by M H Zhang, R L Chevrier, V M Malhotra

and J Mirza.

-SERVICE LIFE PREDICTION OF MARINE STRUCTURES,

by Magne Maage, S Helland, and J E Carlsen.

-BEHAVIOR OF FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS

IN A HOT, DRY CLIMATE, by S H Alsayed and

M A Al-Shihri.

-SPECIFICATIONS AND TESTING FOR CORROSION

DURABILITY OF MARINE CONCRETE: THE AUSTRALIAN

PERSPECTIVE, by F G Collins and W R Grace.

-A RATIONAL MODEL TO PREDICT THE SERVICE LIFE

OF RC STRUCTURES IN A MARINE ENVIRONMENT,

by K Yokozeki, K Motohashi, K Okada and T Tsutumi.

VOLUME II

-PREFACE

-FACTORS INFLUENCING REINFORCED CONCRETE

DURABILITY DESIGN IN NEW ZEALAND'S MARINE

ENVIRONMENT, by D H Chisolm.

-MOISTURE STATE OF CONCRETE IN A COASTAL RIDGE,

by E J Sellevold, C K Larsen and

A A Blackvoll.

-AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF NORWEGIAN STANDARDS

FOR DURABLE MARINE CONCRETE STRUCTURES,

by Magne Maage.

-SURFACE STRAIN EXPERIENCED BY MORTAR IN

WETTING-DRYING CYCLES AND DEICER SALT

APPLICATION, by Peter P Hudec and Martin Ondrasik.

-FREEZING AND THAWING RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE

WITH EXCESSIVE BLEEDING AND ITS IMPROVEMENT,

by M Shoya, S Nagataki, F Tomosawa, S Sugita and Y Tsukinaga.

-FREEZING AND THAWING DURABILITY OF HIGHLY-

FLOWABLE AND SELF-COMPACTABLE CONCRETE,

by Yasuhiko Yamamoto and Kazuki Harada.

-EFFECT OF PORE STRUCTURE IN CONCRETE ON

FROST RESISTANCE, by H Yamashita, K Sakai and

T Kita.

-FREEZING AND THAWING DURABILITY OF HIGH

FLOWING CONCRETE USING DIFFERENT CEMENTITIOUS

MATERIALS, by M Soeda, T Yamato, Y Sato and Y Emoto.

-INFLUENCE OF STRUCTURAL AND HUMIDITY CHANGES

AT THE INNER PART OF HARDENED CEMENT PASTE

ON AUTOGENOUS SHRINKAGE, by Hiroshi Uchikawa,

Shunsuke Hanehara and Hiroshi Hirao.

-EFFECT OF CRACKING AND ACCELERATED CURING

ON THE CORROSION OF STEEL EMBEDDED IN HIGH-

PERFORMANCE CONCRETES EXPOSED TO AN INDUSTRIAL

EFLUENT, by T Thuresson, C M Hansson, Phil T Seabrook

and M Tullmin.

-EFFECT OF KINDS OF BINDER AND CURING

CONDITIONS ON DURABILITY OF SUPER-WORKABLE

CONCRETE, by S Ushijima, K Harada, and H Taniguchi.

-THE INFLUENCE OF CURING CONDITIONS ON THE

SURFACE POROSITY OF POLYMER-MODIFED CEMENTS,

by N R Short and M K Salbin.

-THE EFFECT OF DRAINING FORMWORK MATERIALS ON

THE DURABILITY OF CONCRETE, by J Stark, H M Ludwig,

and U Knaack.

-INFLUENCE OF MOISTURE CONDITION OF CONCRETE

ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SURFACE TREATMENTS,

by P A M Basheer, A McCauley and A E Long.

-INFLUENCE OF CURING METHOD AND DURATION OF

ORPTIVITY OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES, by

W P S Dias.

-CATHODIC PROTECTION CRITERIA FOR TWO-LAYERED

REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES, by

Mohammad G Ali, A S Al-Gahtani R Sri Ravindrarajah.

-OBTAINING MORE FROM THE ELECTRICAL CHLORIDE

TEST, by P A Claisse and

T W Beresford.

-A NEW CATHODIC PROTECTION METHOD FOR MARINE

CONCRETE STRUCTURES, by T Fukute, M Abe,

K Takewaka and K Kawamata.

-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES, DURABILITY AND

PERFORMANCE IN HYDROCARBON FIRE OF HIGH-

STRENGTH, SEMI-LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, by

A Bilodeau, R Chevrier, V M Malhotra and C G Hoff.

-IN-SERVICE BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED, AUTOCLAVED,

AERATED CONCRETE PLANKS, by Anthony Goodier and

Stuart Matthews.

-PROPERTIES AND DURABILITY OF A PRE-COLUMBIAN

LIGHTWEIGHT CONCRETE, by J G Cabrera, R Rivera-Villarreal,

and R Sri-Ravindrarajah.

-REPAIR TECHNIQUES FOR THE UPSTREAM FACE OF

CONCRETE DAMS, by B Durand, Y Germain, J Houde and

S Tremblay.

-AGING EFFECT ON THE PROPERTIES OF FLEXIBLE

SURFACE COATING FOR CONCRETE PROTECTION, by

L Coppola, C Pistilesi, P Zaffaroni and M Collepardi.

-VARIABILITY AND SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS OF

DRYING SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETE, by A Leshchinsky,

J Pattison and L Dobkin.

-DURABILITY OF CONCRETE (PROBLEMS AND

PERSPECTIVES), by V L Cheryavski and

O P Mchedlov-Petrossyan.

-SYSTEMS APPROACH TO CONCRETE DURABILITY,

by N S Berke, M C Hicks, and K J Folliard.

-CAPILLARY FLOW ANALYSIS OF WATER MOVEMENT

WITHIN MORTAR, by H Akita and T Fujiwara (reviewed

by Bryant Mather and R N Swamy).

-INFLUENCE OF PERMEATION OF OXYGEN AND

CHLORIDE IONS THROUGH JOINTS ON MACROCELL

CORROSION, by S Nagataki, N Otsuki, A Moriwake and S Miyazato.

-LIFT STATIONS - A TESTING GROUND FOR CONCRETE

DURABILITY, by Shondeep L Sarkar.

-DURABILITY CPNSIDERATIONS FOR CONCRETE

WATER-RETAINING STRUCTURES, by Nihal Vithrana.

-CHANGES IN PROPERTIES OF PORTLAND CEMENT

AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CONCRETE DURABILITY,

by G J Osborne and J L Hardcastle.

-INTERNAL SULFATE ATTACK ON PORTLAND CEMENT

PRODUCTS-THE ROLE OF MICROCRACKS, by Yan Fu,

Jian Ding and James J Beaudoin.

-DURABILITY OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE BRIDGES

IN THE NORTH-EAST DISTRICT OF JAPAN, by S Fukuda,

T Fujiwara, M Shoya, M Kawakami, and F Omata.

-RESEARCH ON METHODS TO IMPROVE DURABILITY

OF RCD CONCRETE, by N Suzuki, T Isaka, H Umehara

and S Shiramura.

-DEGREDATION KINETICS OF PORTLAND CEMENT

PASTES, MORTARS AND CONCRETES IN ACIDIC

ENVIRONMENTS, by Yves Lefebvre, Carmel Jolicoer,

Monique Page, and Phil T Seabrook.

-SCALING RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE BY AUTOMATIC

TEMPERATURE CONTROL METHOD, by T Tsukinaga,

M Shoya, T Hara and K Otsuka.

-DURABILITY OF CEMENT MATRICES USED FOR

STABILIZATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTES, by J Madrid,

J M Diez, S Goni and A Marcias.

-AN ACCELERATED METHOD FOR MEASURING THE

EFFECTIVE CHLORIDE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF

CONCRETE, by J G Cabrera and K E Hassan.

-LONG-TERM DURABILITY OF CONCRETE WITH

ORGANIC SHRINKAGE REDUCING AGENT, by

S Tanaka, Y Hohjoh, O Yamaguchi and R Tomita.

-ALKALI-AGGREGATE REACTIVITY OF FERRONICKEL-

SLAG AGGREGATE CONCRETE, by F Tomosawa,

S Nagataki, T Kajiwara and M Yokoyama.

-DURABILITY OF MT PINATUBO CEMENT MORTAR

UNDER ACCELERATED WEATHERING CONDITIONS,

by G Shimizu, B Verdejo and P Jorillo Jr.

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