SP-221: Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete

SP-221: Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete

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Editor: V. Mohan Malhotra

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This Symposium Publication contains the proceedings of the Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, and Natural Pozzolans. It contains 56 papers by authors from more than 20 countries. Topics include sustainable development, durability, corrosion, fly ash, silica fume, and many more.

Keywords: chloride; diffusion; fly ash; lightweight aggregate; metakaolin; migration; rice husk ash; silica fume; slag; test method; pozzolans.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2004

Pages: 963.00

ISBN: 9780870311468

Categories: Fly Ash

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-221-1: Evaluation of Test Methods for Determining the Resistance of

Concrete to Chloride-Ion Penetration

by L. Jiang, M. H. Zhang, and V. M. Malhotra

SP-221--2: Sustainable Development and Durability of

Self-Compacting Concretes

by L. Coppola, T. Cerulli, and D. Salvioni

SP-221-3: Macro- and Micro-Cell Corrosion of Steel Bars in Cracked

Concrete made with Various Cements

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

SP-221--4: The Use of Beneficiated Fly Ash as a Component of

Cement in Concrete

by J. B. Newman and P. L. Owens

SP-221--5: Development of Lightweight Concrete Containing High Volumes

of Fly Ash, Bottom Ash, and Waste Fines from Stone Quarries

by M. Nisnevich, G. Sirotin, Y. Eshel, and T. Schlesinger

SP-221-6: The Effects of Blended Cements on Concrete Porosity, Chloride Permeability, and Resistivity

by G. J. Kurgan, D. G. Tepke, A. J. Schokker, P. J. Tikalsky, and B. E. Scheetz

SP-221-7: Fast-Track Concrete Construction Using Cement

Replacement Materials

by S. J. Barnett, M. N. Soutsos, J. H. Bungey, and S. G. Millard

SP-221-8: Strength Development of Ternary Blended Cement with

High-Calcium Fly Ash and Amorphous Silica

by S. Antiohos, D. Giakoumelos, and S. Tsimas

SP-221-9: Use of Fluidized Bed Combustion Ash as Raw Feed in the

Manufacture of Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cements

by G. Bernardo, M. Marroccoli, E Montagnaro, and G. L. Valenti

SP-221-10: Influence of Different Curing Conditions on Strength

Development of High-Strength Concrete Using Fly Ash

by F.-R. Wu, Y. Masuda, and S. Nakamura

SP-221-11: Concrete with Fly Ash and Influence of Alkalinity on Strength,

Leaching and Freezing and Thawing of Fly Ash Cement Stabilisations

by A. L. A. Fraaij and J. M. Bijen

SP-221-12: The Use of High-Range Water-Reducers in Concrete

Containing Fly Ash and Ground, Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag

by W. M. Hale, T. A. Ling, T. D. Bush, Jr., and B. W. Russell

SP-221-13: The Pore Structure and Autogenous Shrinkage of

High-Performance Concrete with Ternary Binders by Y. Akkaya, M. Konsta-Gdoutos, and S. P. Shah

SP-221-14: Evaluation of ASR Resistance of Fly Ash-Slag Combinations

Using the Modified ASTM C 1260 Test Method by C.-S. Shon, D. G. Zollinger, and S. L. Sarkar

SP-221-15: Long-Term Performance of Concrete Incorporating Ground

Granulated Blast Furnace Slag by D. Boubitsas

SP-221-16: Strength and Corrosion Protection of Silica Fume Concrete

Containing Fly Ash or Calcium Nitrite Inhibitor or Both by P. Montes and T. W. Bremner

SP-221-17: Reaction Models for Alkali-Activated Slags by H. J. H. Brouwers and W. Chen

SP-221-18: Evaluation of Zeolite-Bearing Tuffs as Pozzolanic Addition

for Blended Cements by B. Liguori, D. Caputo, M. Marroccoli, and C. Colella

SP-221-19: Efficiency of Inert Mineral Admixtures in Mortars 335 by M. Cyr, P. Lawrence, E. Ringot, and A. Tagnit-Hamou

SP-221-20: Activation of Fly Ashes: A General View by A. Fernandez-Jimenez and A. Palomo

SP-221-21: Influence of Quality of Powder on Rheology of

High-Fluidity Concrete by T. Fumoto and M. Yamada

SP-221-22: High Calcium Coal Fly Ash as Raw Material for

Synthesizing New Low-Energy Cements by S. Goni, A. Guerrero, M. P. Lorenzo, A. Moragues, I. Campillo, and J. S. Dolado

SP-221-23: The Role of Fine Supplementary Binder in High Performance

Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites by D. Hesselbarth and J. Kaufmann

SP-221-24: Compressive Strength of Mortars Due to Pozzolanic

Reaction of Fly Ash by R. Cheerarot, J. Tangpagasit, and C. Jaturapitakkul

SP-221-25: Influence of Silica Fume on the Rheology of

Cementitious Paste by H. Vikan and H. Justnes

SP-221-26: Use of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) Fly Ash for Manufacturing Ecological and Energy Saving Cements by W. Luhowiak, E. H. Kadri, A. Lefevre, M. P. Petruk, and K. Sobol

SP-221-27: Environment-Friendly Block Made from Steel Slag by H. Matsunaga, F. Kogiku, M. Takagi, K. Tanishiki, and M. Nakagawa

SP-221-28: Chloride Ingress into Concrete in Saturated and Cyclic

Wetting and Drying Environments by B. D. Miller and M. A. Miltenberger

SP-221-29: The Influence of Slag and Fly Ash on the Carbonation

of Concrete by M. Collepardi, S. Collepardi, J. J. Ogoumah Olagot, and E. Simonelli

SP-221-30: Optimization of Silica Fume, Fly Ash and Amorphous

Nano-Silica in Superplasticized High-Performance Concrete by M. Collepardi, S. Collepardi, U. Skarp, and R. Troli

SP-221-31: High-Strength Self-Compacting Concrete with Fly Ash:

Development and Utilization by R. Gettu, P. C. C. Gomes, L. Agullb, and A. Josa

SP-221-32: Properties of Flowable Self-Compacting Slurry Using Quarry By-Products and Ponded CCPs by T. R. Naik, R. N. Kraus, Y. Chun, R. Siddique, and F. D. Botha

SP-221-33: Compressive Strength and Leachate Characteristics of New Green CLSM with Eco-Cement and Melted Slag from Municipal

Solid Waste by T. Horiguchi and N. Saeki

SP-221-34: Effects of Replacement Ratio and Curing Condition on

Properties of Concrete Incorporating Blast-Furnace Slag by K. Uji, D. Kwak, K. Kokubu, and K. Ono

SP-221-35: Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of Concrete

Containing Fly Ash by Z. Li, Y. Yamamoto, and M. Sagisaka

SP-221-36: Construction and Performance of High-Volume Fly Ash

Concrete Roads in India by J. P. Desai

SP-221-37: Anti-Solidification Technology for Fine Aggregate from

Blast Furnace Slag by H. Mitsufuji, C. Yoshizawa, T. Takahashi, and M. Kinoshita

SP-221-38: Study of the Compositions and Properties of Secondary

Mineral Resources for Developing the Heat-Insulating Concrete not

Containing Portland Cement by A. G. Tuleyev, S. I. Pavlenko, K. V. Eryomkin, N. L. Dobretsov, and K. Freidin

SP-221-39: Durability of Concretes Containing Supplementary Cementing

Materials Under Hot and Aggressive Environment by A. A. Ramezanianpour and A. R. Pourkhorshidi

SP-221-40: Performance of A New Supplementary Cementitious Material in Combination with Chemical Admixtures by B. J. Christensen, F. S. Ong, and S. D. Somerville

SP-221-41: Evaluation of the Sulphuric Acid Resistance of

Contemporary Concretes by R. Munn, Z.-T. Chang, X.-J. Song, and M. Marosszeky

SP-221--42: Effect of Gypsum Content in Cement on Autogenous

Shrinkage of Portland Blast-Furnace Slag Cement Concrete by H. Tsuruta, H. Matsushita, K. Harada, and T. Goto

SP-221--43: Influence of Blast Furnace Slag on Durability of

High-Strength Concrete by Y. Sagawa, H. Matsushita, Y. Maeda, T. Chikada, and S. Kaneyasu

SP-221--44: Ground Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag Based Cementing

Materials Activated with Alkaline Waste Water by R. Sersale and G. Frigione

SP-221-45: Influence of Co-Combustion on the Quality of Coal Fly Ash by A. J. Saraber and J. W. van den Berg

SP-221-46: Mechanical Properties and Durability of High Strength

Concrete Containing Rice Husk Ash by H. B. Mahmud, E. Majuar, M. F. M. Zain, and N. B. A. A. Hamid

SP-221-47: Effect of Treated Effluent on Concrete Durability by H. Saricimen, M. Shameem, M. S. Barry, and M. Ibrahim

SP-221-48: Factors Affecting the Autogenous Shrinkage of Ground

Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag Cement Concrete by J. M. Aldred and S. N. Lee

SP-221-49: The Activation of Class C-, Class F-Fly Ash and Blast

Furnace Slag Using Geopolymerisation by H. Xu, G. C. Lukey, and J. S. J. van Deventer

SP-221-50: Effect of Water and Steam Curing on Long-Term Performance

of Concrete by V. Sirivivatnanon, S. L. Mak, and N. Gowripalan

SP-221-51: Mercury Controls on Power Plants: Potential Impacts on

Fly Ash Use in Concrete by L. K. Weavers, H. W. Walker, W. Wolfe, D. Golightly, P. Sun, C.-M. Cheng, P. Taerakul, and D. M. Golden

SP-221--52: Strength Development and Temperature Rise in High-Volume

Fly Ash and Slag Concretes in Large Experimental Monoliths by M. Rivest, N. Bouzoubaa, and V. M. Malhotra

SP-221-53: Influence of Calcining Conditions on Pozzolanic Activity

and Reaction Kinetics in Paper Sludge-Calcium Hydroxide Mixes by M. Frias, M. I. Sanchez de Rojas, and J. Rivera

SP-221-54: Microcracking and Chloride Ion Diffusion of Concrete

Under Sustained Uniaxial Compression by C. C. Lim, N. Gowripalan, and V. Sirivivatnanon

SP-221-55: A Thermogravimetric Study of the Pozzolanic Reactions in Mixtures Containing Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Catalyst, Fly Ash,

Cement and Water by J. Paya, J. Month, M. V. Borrachero, M. Bonilla, and S. Velazquez

SP-221-56: Leaching Characteristics of Blended Mortars Containing

Copper Slags by M. I. Sanchez de Rojas, J. Rivera, M. Frfas, J. L. Esteban, and M. Olaya

SP-221-57: The Role of Recycled Aggregates in

Self-Compacting Concrete by V. Corinaldesi and G. Moriconi

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