SP-217: Seventh CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

SP-217: Seventh CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

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Editor: V.M. Malhotra

Description

This Symposium Publication includes 39 papers selected from the conference that took place in Berlin, Germany, in October 2003. Topics include cold-weather concreting, durability, polycarboxylate and polycondensate, self-consolidating concrete and much more.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2003

Pages: 626.00

ISBN: 9780870311277

Categories: Admixtures

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-217—1: Self-Compacting Concrete: What Is New?

by M. Collepardi

SP-217—2: Durability of Concrete Made with Different Chemical Admixtures Under Marine Splash Environment

by T. U. Mohammed, H. Hamada, and T. Yamaji

SP-217—3: Improving Concrete Performance with Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures

by N. S. Berke, L. Li, M. C. Hicks, and J. Bae

SP-217—4: Influence of Calcium Nitrite Inhibitor and Fly Ash on the Corrosion of High-Performance Concrete Slabs Containing a Construction Joint

by P. Montes, T. W. Bremner, and D. Mrawira

SP-217—5: The Use of Chemical Admixtures to Facilitate Placement of Concrete at Freezing Temperatures

by S. A. Farrington and B. J. Christensen

SP-217—6: The Electrostatic Potential of Highly Filled Cement Suspensions Containing Various Superplasticizers

by O. Blask and D. Honert

SP-217—7: Low Heat Development in Self-Compacting Concretes for Massive Structures

by R. Troli, J. J. Ogoumah Olagot, S. Monosi, and M. Collepardi

SP-217—8: A New Superplasticizer for Early High-Strength Development in Cold Climates

by T. Cerulli, P. Clemente, M. Decio, G. Ferrari, M. Gamba, D. Salvioni, and F. Surico

SP-217—9: Development of Slump-Loss Controlling Agent with Minimal Setting Retardation

by D. Hamada, H. Sato, H. Yamamuro, T. Izumi, and T. Mizunuma

SP-217—10: Interaction of Superplasticizers with Clay-Bearing Aggregates

by A. A. Jeknavorian, L. Jardin, C. C. Ou, H. Koyata, and K. Folliard

SP-217—11: Method of Estimating Plastic Viscosity of Cement Paste, Mortar, and Concrete Containing a Chemical Admixture

by H. Kikukawa and T. Iisaka

SP-217—12: Calcium Sulfoaluminate-Based Expansive Admixtures—A Review

by W. Repette and N. P Mailvaganam

SP-217—13: The Molecular Parameters and the Effect of Comb-Type Superplasticizers on Self-Compacting Concrete: A Comparison of Comb-Type Superplasticizer Adsorption onto a Basic Calcium Carbonate Medium in the Presence of Sodium Sulphate

by C. Comparet, A. Nonat, S. Pourchet, M. Mosquet, and P. Maitresse

SP-217—14: Effects of Increasing Dosages of an Alkali-Free Accelerator on the Physical and Chemical Properties of Hydrating Cement Paste

by A. Bravo, T. Cerulli, C. Maltese, C. Pistolesi, and D. Salvioni

SP-217—15: The Influence of Mineral Additions on the Rheology of Self-Compacting Concrete

by V. Corinaldesi and G. Moriconi

SP-217—16: Rheological Characterization of Superplasticized Cement Pastes Containing Mineral Admixtures: Consequences on Self-Compacting Concrete Design

by M. Cyr and M. Mouret

SP-217—17: Development of Concrete with High Early-Age Strength

by J. Ambroise and J. Péra

SP-217—18: Empirical and Fundamental Methods for Measuring Rheological Properties in Cement-Based Materials

by B. G. Petersen and K. Reknes

SP-217—19: Superplasticizer Adsorption on Synthetic Ettringite

by J. Plank and C. Hirsch

SP-217—20: Effectiveness of Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures on Different Concrete Mixtures

by A. B. Ribeiro, A. Carrajola, and A. Gonçalves

SP-217—21: Cement Characteristics Affecting the Performance of ß-Naphthalene Sulfonate Superplasticizer

by Y. Nakajima, T. Goto, and K. Yamada

SP-217—22: Performance of a Multifunctional and Multipurpose Superplasticizer for Concrete

by H. Nakanishi, S. Tamaki, M. Yaguchi, K. Yamada, M. Kinoshita, M. Ishimori, and S. Okazawa

SP-217—23: The Effects of a New High-Range Water-Reducing Agent on the Improvement of Rheological Properties

by T. Sugamata, T. Sugiyama, and A. Ohta

SP-217—24: Performance and Compatability of Permeability Reducing and Other Chemical Admixtures in Australian Concretes

by R. L. Munn, G. Kao, and Z.-T. Chang

SP-217—25: Influence of Molecular Structure of Comb-Type Superplasticizers and Inorganic Electrolytes on the Dispersion Mechanisms of Limestone Powder

by E. Sakai, D. Atarashi, A. Kawakami, and M. Daimon

SP-217—26: Performance of an Advanced Polycarboxylate-Based Powder Superplasticizer

by K. Tsukada, M. Ishimori, and M. Kinoshita

SP-217—27: Effect of an Alkaline Set Accelerator on Normal Portland Cement Paste in the Presence of a Superplasticizer

by Q. Xu, C. Röler, J. Stark, and P. Wang

SP-217—28: A New Rapid Test Method to Predict LiNO3 Dosage for Controlling ASR Expansion

by C.-S. Shon, D. G. Zollinger, and S. L. Sarkar

SP-217—29: Study on the Properties of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Consisting of High-Performance Lightweight Aggregate

by J. Sakamoto,Y. Takaki, Y. Takeichi, and S. Enomoto

SP-217—30: Compatibility of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers with Cements and Cementitious Blends

by I. Schober and U. Mäder

SP-217—31: Influence of N, N'-Dimethylaminoethanol Corrosion Inhibitor on Carbonation and Chloride-Induced Corrosion of Steel

by G. Batis, E. Rakanta, V. Theodoridis, K. K. Sideris, K. Psomas, and X. Barvari

SP-217—32: The Effect of Lithium-Based Admixtures on the Properties of Concrete

by M. D. A. Thomas, D. Stokes, and T. Rodgers

SP-217—33: Effects of Superplasticizers, Powder Fineness, and Solution Electrolyte Content on the Rheology of Model Paste Systems

by D. S. Swift and P. F. G. Banfill

SP-217—34: Influence of Superplasticizer on Activation Energy and Autogeneous Shrinkage of Cement Paste at Early Age

by P. Mounanga, A. Loukili, and A. Khelidj

SP-217—35: Studies of Cement—Admixture Interactions Related to Aluminate Hydration Control by Isothermal Calorimetry

by P. Sandberg and L. R. Roberts

SP-217—36: Air-Entraining Admixtures for Use with Fly Ashes Having High Carbon Contents

by P. C. Nkinamubanzi, A. Bilodeau, C. Jolicoeur, and D. M. Golden

SP-217—37: Influence of PolyOxyEthylene Di-Phosphonate on the Formation of Ettringite

by A. Guerini, C. Filiâtre, C. Canevet, M. Mosquet, and A. Foissy

SP-217—38: Why Does TIPA Lead to an Increase of the Mechanical Properties of Mortars When TEA Does Not?

by J.-P. Perez, A. Nonat, S. Pourchet, S. Garrault, M. Mosquet, and C. Canevet

SP-217—39: Investigation of Physico-Chemical Aspects of Air-Entraining Cementitious Systems

by C. Jolicoeur, T. C. To, T. S. Nguyen, R. Hill, and M. Pagé

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