SP-249: Selected Landmark Paper Collection on Concrete Materials Research

SP-249: Selected Landmark Paper Collection on Concrete Materials Research

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PURCHASE INDIVIDUAL PAPERS

Editors: R.Detwiler, K.Folliard, J.Olek, J.S. Popovics, L.Snell

Sponsored by ACI Publications Committee and ACI Committee 120, History of Concrete

Description

This publication is a collection of 13 papers that have significantly influenced the field of concrete and cement-based materials over the years. The subject matter of the selected landmark papers represents a broad range of topics, from the analysis of the chemical composition of portland cement to the development of fracture models of concrete in computational simulations. The objective of this publication was to increase awareness of the significance of concrete materials research as a whole and therefore raise the profile of the field.

In this volume, each landmark paper is preceded by a foreword written by an expert on the specific topic of the paper. Editorial in nature, these forewords serve to guide the reader through the content of the paper, to illuminate the significance of its contribution to the technical community, and in some cases, to reveal interesting historical context on the landmark work and its authors.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2008

Pages: 700.00

ISBN: 9780870312694

Categories: Materials

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-249—1

“Expansion of Concrete through Reaction between Cement and Aggregate”

by Thomas E. Stanton

Foreword by Michael Thomas

With permission from the American Society of Civil Engineers. This article originally appeared in Proceedings of the ASCE, December 1940, v. 66(10), pp. 1781-1811.

SP-249—2

“Calculation of the Compounds in Portland Cement”

by R.H. Bogue

Foreword by Paul Brown

Reprinted with permission from the American Chemical Society. This article originally appeared in Ind. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed., 1940, v. 1(4), pp. 192-197.

SP-249—3

“Expression and Analysis of Pore Fluids from Hardened Cement Pastes and Mortars”

by R.S. Barneyback Jr. and S. Diamond

Foreword by Kevin J. Folliard

Reprinted from Cement and Concrete Research, V. 11(2), Barneyback Jr., R. and Diamond, S., “Expression and Analysis of Pore Fluids from Hardnened Cement Pastes and Mortars”, pp. 279-285, 1981, with permission from Elsevier.

SP-249—4

“Hydrated Calcium Silicates, Part 1: Compound Formation at Ordinary Temperatures”

by H.F.W. Taylor

Foreword by Sidney Diamond

Reproduced by permssion of The Royal Society of Chemistry. This article originally appeared in Journal of the Chemical Society, 1950, paper number 726, pp. 3682-3690.

SP-249—5

“Proportioning Concrete Mixtures”

by D.A. Abrams

Foreword by V.M. Malhotra

This article originally appeared in ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1922, V. 18(2), pp. 174-181.

SP-249—6

“The Influence of Gypsum on the Hydration and Properties of Portland Cement Pastes”

by W. Lerch

Foreword by Anton K. Schindler

Reprinted, with permission, from the Proceedings of the American Society for Testing and Materials, Vol. 46, 1946, copyright ASTM International, 100 Bar Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428. This article originally appeared in Proceedings of the American Society for Testing and Materials, Vol. 46, 1946, pp. 1252-1291.

SP-249—7

“Theory of Volume Changes in Hardened Portland-Cement Paste during Freezing”

by T.C. Powers and R.A. Helmuth

Foreword by Kenneth C. Hover

Reproduced with permission from the Transportation Research Board. This article originally appeared in: T.C. Powers and R.A. Helmuth, “Theory of Volume Changes in Hardened Portland Cement Pastes During Freezing,” Proceedings of theHighway Research Board 32, 1953, pp. 285-297.

SP-249—8

“Causes and Prevention of Crack Development in Plastic Concrete”

by C.A. Menzel

Foreword by Jason Weiss

Reproduced with permission from the Portland Cemenr Association. This article orginally appeared in Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Portland Cement Association Annual Meeting, 1954, pp. 130-136.

SP-249—9

“Properties of Cements and Concretes Containing Fly Ash”

by R.E. Davis, R.W. Carlson, J.W. Kelly, and H.E. Davis

Foreword by Kevin MacDonald

This article originally appeared in ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1937, V. 33(5), pp. 577-612.

SP-249—10

“Microcracking and Time-Dependent Strains in High Strength Concrete”

by A.S. Ngab, F.O. Slate, and A.H. Nilson

Foreword by Charles W. Dolan and Jennifer E. Tanner

This article originally appeared in ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1981, V. 78(4), pp. 262-268.

SP-249—11

“Analysis of Crack Formation and Crack Growth in Concrete by Means of Fracture Mechanics and Finite Elements’’

by A. Hillerborg, M. Modeer, and P.E. Petersson

Foreword by Barzin Mobasher

Reprinted from Cement and Concrete Research, V. 6(6), Hillerborg, A., Modeer, M., and Peterson, P.E., “Analysis of Crack Formation and Crack Growth in Concrete by Means of Fracture Mechanics and Finite Elements”, pp. 773-781, 1976, with permission from Elsevier.

SP-249—12

“Mechanics of Crack Arrest in Concrete”

by J.P. Roumaldi and G.B. Batson

Foreword by Surendra P. Shah

With permission from the American Society of Civil Engineers. This article originally appeared in Proceedings of the ASCE J. of Engineering Mechanics Division, 1963, v. 89, EM3, pp. 147-168.

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SP-249—13

“Studies of the Physical Properties of Hardened Portland Cement Paste”.

by T.C. Powers and T.L. Brownyard

Foreword by H.J.H. Brouwers

These articles originally appeared in:

Part 1—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(2), pp. 101-132

Part 2—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(3), pp. 249-336

Part 3—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(4), pp. 469-504

Part 4—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(5), pp. 549-602

Part 5—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(6), pp. 669-712

Part 6—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(7), pp. 845-864

Part 7—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(7), pp. 865-880

Part 8—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(8), pp. 933-969

Part 9—ACI Journal, Proceedings, 1946, V. 18(8), pp. 971-992

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