SP-173: Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

SP-173: Fifth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

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Editor: V.M.Malhotra

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In October 1997, the Council for the Orginazation of CANMET/ACI Conferences in association with American Concrete Institute and several cement and concrete organizations in Italy sponsored the fifth conference on the subject in Rome, Italy. This conference was aimed at transferring technology in the fastmoving field of chemical admixtures. A total of more than 60 papers from more than 20 countries were received and reviewed by the ACI review panel and 49 were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. The proceedings were published as ACI special publication SP-173.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 1022.00

ISBN: 9780870316722

Categories: Admixtures

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MODIFIED REACTIVE

POWDER CONCRETE, by S Collepardi, L Coppola,

R Troli, and M Collepardi.

-INFLUENCE OF CHARACTERISTICS OF SULFONIC

ACID-BASED ADMIXTURE ON INTERACTIVE FORCE

BETWEEN CEMENT PARTICLES AND FLUIDITY OF

CEMENT PASTE, by Hiroshi Uchikawa and Shunsuke Hanehara.

-PORE SOLUTION COMPOSITION AND ELECTROCHEMICAL

BEHAVIOR OF STEEL BARS IN MORTARS WITH NITRITE

CORROSION INHIBITORS, by M Kawamura, S Tanikawa,

R N Swamy and H Koto.

-CONDENSED POLYACRYLIC ACID-AMINATED

POLYETHER POLYMERS AS SUPERPLASTICIZERS FOR

CONCRETE, by A A Jeknavorian, L R Roberts, L Jardine,

H Koyata and D C Darwin.

-NEW ADMIXTURES FOR ELIMINATING STEAM CURING

AND ITS NEGATIVE EFFECTS ON DURABILITY, by

R Khurana and I Torresan.

-THE INFLUENCE OF HYDROPHOBIZED CONCRETE ON

THE CORROSION OF REBARS, by R Fratesi, G Moriconi,

R Tittarelli and M Collepardi.

-PROTECTION OF REINFORCEMENTS FROM CHLORIDE

ATTACK BY THE USE OF GALVANIZED STEEL AND

CALCIUM NITRATE, by C Alonso, G Sinibaldi, C Andrade

and R Cigna.

-PROPERTIES OF METHACRYLIC WATER-SOLUABLE

POLYMER AS A SUPERPLASTICIZER FOR ULTRA

HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE, by M Kinoshita, T Suzuki,

K Soeda and T Nawa.

-THE INFLUENCE OF VINYL POLYMERS ON THE

CHARACTERISTICS OF POLYMER-MODIFIED MORTARS,

by R Arcozzi, G Ferrari, and G Pistolesi.

-DISPERSION MECHANISMS OF ALITE STABALIZED

BY SUPERPLASTICIZERS CONTAINING POLYETHYLENE

OXIDE GRAFT CHAINS, by E Sakai and M Daimon.

-BLENDING OF ACRYLIC SUPERPLASTICIZER WITH

NAPTHALENE, MELAMINE OR LIGNOSULFOATE-BASED POLYMERS,

by L Coppola, E Erali, R Troli and M Collepardi.

-INTERACTION BETWEEN PORTLAND CEMENT

HYDRATES AND POLYNAPTHALENE SULFONATES,

by V Fernon, A Vichot, N Le Goanvic, P Colombet,

F Corazza and U Costa.

-THE INFLUENCE OF CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES ON

RESTRAINED DRYING SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETE,

by J J Brooks and X Jiang.

-PROPERTIES OF POLYMER-CEMENT COATINGS

FOR CONCRETE PROTECTION, by L Coppola, C Pistolesi,

P Zaffaroni, and M Collepardi.

-SLUMP-LOSS IMPROVEMENT OF LOW-HEAT HIGH-

STREGTH CONCRETE, by K Sakai, H Watanabe and

M Kinoshita.

-THE EFFECT OF MINERAL AND CHEMICAL ADMIXTURES

ON FINE MORTAR RHEOLOGY, by

P Billberg.

- EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE RHEOLOGICAL

PROPERTIES OF FRESH FOAMED CEMENT PASTE

AND MORTAR, by Toshiyoshi Goto, Akira Yoshino and

Shimzou Nishibayashi.

-EFFECTS OF BINDING MATERIALS AND CHEMICAL

ADMIXTURES ON RHEOLOGICAL CONSTANTS OF

FRESH PASTE, by Shinzou Nishibayashi, Akira Yoshino,

K Yamura, Y Okawa and M A Peres Lara.

-FLUIDIZING MECHANISM AND APPLICATION OF

POLYCARBOXLATE-BASED SUPERPLASTICIZERS,

by A Ohta, T Sugiyama and Y Tanaka.

-THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON THE

RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SUPERPLASTICIZED

CEMENT PASTES, by Carmel Jolicoeur, Jeff Sharman,

Nathalie Otis, Andree Lebel, Marc-Andre Simard, and

Monique Page.

-RHEOLOGICAL ESTIMATION OF FLOWING MORTAR

WITH A SUPERPLASTICIZER, by

S Kakuta.

-STUDY OF NON-ADSORPTIVE VISCOSITY AGENTS

APPLIED TO SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE, by

H Yammamuro, T Izumi and T Mizunuma.

-LABORATORY EVALUATION OF A UNIQUE ANTI-WASHOUT

ADMIXTURE IN GROUTS, by Jeff R Bury and

Hamid Farzam.

-PROPERTY OF B-1, 3-GLUCAN (CURDLAN) AS A

VISCOSITY AGENT FOR SUPER-WORKABLE CONCRETE,

by Y Matsuoka, T Shindoh, K Yakota and S Kusui.

-DEVELOPMENT OF AN ADMIXTURE FOR SELF-LEVELING

CONCRETE, by Sebastien Rols, Jean Ambroise and

Jean Pera.

-ESTIMATION OF EFFECTS OF THE SPECIFIC

PROPERTIES OF PARTICLES ON THE VISCOSITIES OF

CEMENT PASTES, by K Hattori and K Izumi.

-INFLUENCE OF SUPERPLASTICIZER TYPE ON THE

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF REACTIVE POWDER

MORTARS, by L Coppola, R Troli, A Borsoi, P Zaffaroni and

M Collepardi.

-DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW BETANAPHTHALINE

SULFONATE-BASED SUPERPLASTICIZER ESPECIALLY

STUDIED FOR PRECAST APPLICATION, by I Torresan,

R Magarotto and R Khurana.

-EFFECTS OF A NEW GENERATION OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS

ON THE PROPERTIES OF FRESH CONCRETE, by

J Norberg, O Peterson an P Billberg.

-CHEMICAL STRUCTURES AND PERFORMANCE OF NEW

HIGH-RANGE WATER-REDUCING AND AIR-ENTRAINING

AGENTS, by M Shonaka, K Kitagawa, H Satoh, T Izumi and

T Mizunuma.

-HIGH ALUMINA CEMENT-SILICA FUME MIXTURES IN

THE PRESENCE OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS, by

S Monosi, R Troli and M Collepardi.

-EFFECT OF TYPES OF SUPERPLASTICIZER, AND

MIXING METHODS ON THE PROPERTIES OF CEMENTITIOUS

SYSTEMS, by E Tazwa, B Mtasiwa and M Takahasi.

-CHANGES IN THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF CEMENT

PASTE AND CONCRETE DUE TO CALCIUM NITRATE

ADDITION, by Harald Justnes and Erik C Nygaard.

-A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF

CHEMICAL AND MINERAL ADMIXTURES FOR USE IN

STUCCO PLASTER AND TERRAZZO FLOOR, by M Collepardi.

-EFFECT OF SILICA FUME AND FLY ASH REPLACEMENT

ON STABILITY AND STRENGTH OF FLUID CONCRETE

CONTAINING ANTI-WASHOUT ADMIXTURE, by K H Khayat,

M El Gattioui and C Nmai.

-INTERACTION OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS WITH MODEL

POWDERS IN A HIGHLY ALKALINE MEDIUM, by R J Flatt,

Y F Houst, P Bowen, H Hofmann, J Widmer, U Sulser,

U Maeder and T A Burge.

-REGULARITIES OF HYDRATION AND STRUCTURE

FORMATION OF CEMENT PASTES IN THE PRESENCE

OF SUPERPLASTICIZERS WITH DIFFERENT MOLECULAR

MASS, by A I Vovk, G A Vovk, and A V Usherov-Marshak.

-INFLUENCE OF LINGOSULPHONATE MOLECULAR

WEIGHT FRACTIONS ON THE PROPERTIES OF FRESH

CEMENT, by J Zhor and T W Bremner.

-APPLICATION OF DEFLOCCULATION TEST TO

CHARACTERISE THE ADMIXTURE PLASTICIZER AND

SUPERPLASTICIZER EFFECT IN DIFFERENT CEMENTS,

by A Macias and S Goni.

-USE OF HIGH-RANGE RETARDER-PLASTICIZER FOR

ROLLER-COMPACTED CONCRETE OF THE THREE

GORGES PROJECT IN CHINA, by Liang Wenquan,

Lian Huizhen, He Zhen and Li Yajie.

-A LITHIUM-BASED ADMIXTURE FOR ASR CONTROL

THAT DOES NOT INCREASE THE PORE SOLUTION PH,

by D B Stokes, H H Wang and S Diamond.

-ADSORPTION OF NAPHTHALENE SULFONATE

SUPERPLASTICIZERS BY CEMENT PARTICLES

THROUGH GEL PERMEATION CHROMATOGRAPHY,

by G Ferrari, T Cerulli, P Clemente and M Dragoni.

-EFFECTIVE USE OF LITHIUM-BASED ADMIXTURES

FOR SET CONTROL OF CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS,

by H Wang, K Eubanks, B Fitch, C Manissero and F Marin.

-SUPERPLASTICIZED MICROCEMENT GROUTS, by

M C Santagata, G Bonora and M Cellepardi.

-CONCRETE PUMPING: A NEW WORLD RECORD,

by Giovanni Ticozelli, Danilo Galbiati and

Angelo Pasqualini.

-IMPROVED SUPERPLASTICIZED PRECAST CONCRETE

TILES, by G Ferrari, V Riunno, D Salvioni and

P Tassone.

-NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SHRINKAGE-REDUCING

ADMIXTURES, by N S Berke, M P Dallaire, M C Hicks and

A Kerkar.

-DURABILITY OF CONCRETE CONTAINING AN ESTER-AMINE

ADMIXTURE EXPOSED TO SULFATE AND SULFURIC ACID

SOLUTIONS, by S L Amey, J Buffenbarger, J Daczko and

D A Johnson.

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