SP-202: Third Canmet/ACI International Symposium: Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete

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Editor: V.M. Malhotra


Alternative cementitious materials can play a major role in the concrete industry’s contribution to sustainable development by helping to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and ease the fly ash disposal problem. Some of the approaches to sustainable development are described in ACI SP-202, Third CANMET/ACI International Symposium on Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete. Twenty-nine papers from international authors describe experiences with non-ferrous slag, steel slag, crushed waste calcined-clay brick, and rice-husk ash used as partial replacements for portland cement. Other topics include use of recycled concrete as aggregate, high-volume fly ash RCC for dams, and performance-based hydraulic cements.


Document Details

Publication Year: 2001

Pages: 490

ISBN: 9780870310416

Categories: Sustainability

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents


Factor Ten Emission Reductions: The Key to Sustainable Development and Economic Prosperity for the Cement and Concrete Industry

by R. Horton

German Cement Industry's Voluntary Efforts on the Issue of Climate Change - A Success Story

by V. Hoenig and M. Schneider

Non-Ferrous Slag as Cementitious Material and Fine Aggregate for Concrete

by S. Monosi, P. Giretti, G. Moriconi, O. Favoni, and M. Collepardi

Steel Slags in Cement-Making - The Current Status of Development

by A.K. Chatterjee

Reducing CO2 Emission into the Atmosphere -Achievements and Experience of Croatian Cement Industry

by K. Popovic

Performance of High-Grade Concrete with Full Substitution of Aggregates by Recycled Concrete

by U. Meinhold, G. Mellmann, and M. Maultzsch

Potential of Crushed Waste Calcined-Clay Brick as a Partial Replacement for Portland Cement

by R.D. Toledo Filho, B.B. Americano, E.M.R. Fairbairn, J.S. Rolim, and J.F. Filho

Feasibility and Performance of Recycled Aggregate in Concrete Containing Fly Ash for Sustainable Buildings

by V. Corinaldesi, F. Tittarelli, L. Coppola, and G. Moriconi

Repercussions on Concrete Permeability Due to Recycled Concrete Aggregate

by J.M. Gomez, L. Agullo, and E. Vazquez

Use of Recycled Concrete as Aggregates for the Construction of Fish Reefs

by T. Yen, K.H. Chen, and Y.W. Liu

The Stabilization of Aqueous Heavy Metal Species Using Recycled Concrete Fines

by N.J. Coleman, D.C. Johnson, O.L. Shtepenko, and C.D. Hills

Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion Ashes as an Activator of Ground Vitrified Blast-Furnace Slag Reaction

by W. Brameshuber and P. Schroder

Influence of Synthesis Temperature on the Hydration of New Cements from Fly Ash of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration

by A. Guerrero, S. Goni, A. Macias, E. Fernandez, and M.P. Lorenzo

Behavior of Chlorine in Cement Manufactured from Munipal Wastes

by K. Kawai, E. Tazawa, S. Tanaka, and S. Yokoyama

Mechanical Properties and Shrinkage of Concrete Made with Eco-cement

by S. Tanaka, H. Tanaka, and S. Yokoyama

High Volume Fly Ash RCC for Dams: Freezing and Thawing Durability

by S. Jacobsen

Microstructure of Concrete from a Crack-Free Structure Designed to Last a Thousand Years

by J. Aselanis and P.K. Mehta

Gap-Graded Concrete Blended with Rice Husk Ash and Fly Ash

by D.D. Bui and P. Stroeven

A Study of the Penetration of Chloride Ions in Rice-Husk Ash Concrete

by A.A. Azevedo, M.L.C. Martins, and D.C. Dal Molin

Reactivity of Lime Activated Pozzolans

by W.J. McCarter, G. Starrs, and T.M. Chrisp

Fly Ash from Fluidized Bed Coal Combustion as Complex Cement Addition

by W. Roszczynialski, W. Nocun-Wezelik, and M. Gawlicki

Mechanical Properties and Durability of Concrete Made with Portland Limestone Cement

by E.F. Irassar, V.L. Bonaveti, G. Menendez, H. Donza, and O. Cabrera

Pre-Industrial Manufacturing Tests on Construction Blocks Composed of Magnesium Slags

by R. Cabillac, J.L. Gallias, M. Courtial, and G. Pierson

Performance of Alkali-Activated Slag Concrete

by S. al-Otaibi, C.J.Lynsdale, and J.H. Sharp


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