SP-235: Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology

SP-235: Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology

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Editor: V.M. Malhotra

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The Canadian Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) of Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Canada, has played a significant role in Canada for over 40 years in the broad area of concrete technology. In recent years, CANMET has become increasingly involved in research and development dealing with supplementary cementing materials, high-performance normalweight and lightweight concretes, and alkali-aggregate reactions.

In May 2006, CANMET, in association with the American Concrete Institute and several organizations in Canada and the U.S.A., sponsored the Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology in Montreal, Canada. The proceedings of the conference consisting of 17 refereed papers, were published as ACI SP-235. In addition to the refereed papers, more than 20 other papers were presented and distributed at the conference.

During the conference, a special symposium was held in honor of retired Professor Marc-André Berubé of Laval University, Quebec City, Canada, for his outstanding and sustained contribution in the broad areas of alkali-aggregate reactivity. The proceedings of this symposium, consisting of more than 20 papers, have been published as a separate publication by CANMET.

Thanks are extended to the members of the CANMET/ACI paper review panel who met in Budapest, Hungary, in May 2005 to review the papers. Without their prompt review and constructive comments, it would not have been possible to bring out the ACI special publication for distribution at the conference in Montreal. The cooperation of the authors in accepting reviewers’ suggestions and in revising their manuscripts accordingly is greatly appreciated. Particular thanks are extended to Dr. Pawan Gupta, G.D. Brearley, and Colleen Mansfield-Joiner for their help in the processing of draft manuscripts.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2006

Pages: 362.00

ISBN: 9780870312083

Categories: Concrete Technology

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Preface

SP-235—1: Influence of Capillary Porosity on the Transport Properties of

Self Compacting Concrete

by K. Audenaert, V. Boel, and G. De Schutter

SP-235—2: Development of Shrinkage Reduced Self Compacting Concrete

by A.B. Eberhardt and J. Kaufmann

SP-235—3: State-of-the-Art Radar Tomography for Concrete Structure Assessment

by B. Giroux, P. Rivard, E. Gloaguen, and M.C. Chouteau

SP-235—4: Development of an Appropriate Grout for the Consolidation of the

Column Foundations in Our Lady’s Basilica at Tongeren (B)

by R. Keersmaekers, L. Schueremans, F. Van Rickstal, and D. Van Gemert

SP-235—5: An Advanced Hybrid Admixture for High Performance Concrete

by M. Kinoshita and K. Saito

SP-235—6: Experimental Research on Square Steel Tubular Columns Filled with Steel-Reinforced Self-Consolidating High-Strength Concrete under Axial Load

by W. Qing-xiang, Z. Mei-chun, and W. Hai-dan

SP-235—7: Corrosion of Steel Bars in Cracked Concrete: Very Beginning to the Early Age of Exposure

by T.U. Mohammed and H. Hamada

SP-235—8: Development of Low Cost Housing Materials Based on Phosphogypsum and Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cement

by J. Ambroise, C. Angulski da Luz, and J. Péra

SP-235—9: Thermal Gradient Control of Roller Compacted Concrete Dams

by A.A. Ramezanianpour, A. Hassankhani, and A.M. Ramezanianpour

SP-235—10: Beneficial Use of Carbonation for Concrete

by S. Monkman, C. Logan, and Y. Shao

SP-235—11: Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Admixtures for Cement Based Materials

by F. Švegl, L. Škrlep, J. Šuput-Strupi, and K. Kalcher

SP-235—12: Effect of Rubber Aggregates from Grinding of End-of-Life Tires on the Properties of SCC

by M. Garros, A. Turatsinze, and J.-L. Granju

SP-235—13: Fresh Properties of High-Volume Fly Ash Self Consolidating

Concretes

by M. Şahmaran, İ.Ö. Yaman, and M. Tokyay

SP-235—14: New Method Manufacturing High-Quality Recycled Aggregates by Mechanical Grinding

by K. Yoda, A. Shintani, F. Sakuramoto, and K. Aoki

SP-235—15: Novel Polymer Blends as Concrete Superplasticizers

by X. Zhang, M. Pagé, Y. Dénommé, and C. Jolicoeur

SP-235—16: In-Situ Detection of Chlorides in Capillary Water of Cementitious

Materials with Potentiometric Sensors

by F. Švegl, K. Kalcher, and M. Kolar

SP-235—17: Application and Research of the Housing Base Concrete to the Curing Using New Heating Sheets

by A. Fukai and M. Sugiyama

SP-235—18: The Combined Use of Steel Fibers and Stirrups as Shear

Reinforcement in Reinforced Concrete Beams

by S.R. Sarhat and R.B. Abdul-Ahad

SP-235—19: Selecting the Optimum HRWR for SCC

by I. Schober and U. Mäder

SP-235—20: Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregates in Hot-Mix Asphalt

by A. Topal, A.U. Öztürk, and B. Baradan

SP-235—21: Physical Properties of High-Strength Concrete in Large-Size Columns and Walls Temperature Rise and Strength Development

by H. Sugiyama

SP-235—22: Model Systems for Investigation of the Stability and Rheological Properties of Cement-Based Materials

by N. Mikanovic, C. Jolicoeur, K. Khayat, and M. Pagé

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