SP-261: 10th ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues

SP-261: 10th ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues

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Editors: P. Gupta, T.C. Holland, and V.M. Malhotra

Description

This Symposium Publication contains the proceedings from the Tenth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology, held in Seville, Spain, in October 2009. The 21 papers include Durability of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete; Shrinkage Reducing Effect of a Combination of Internal Curing and Shrinkage Compensating Agents on High-Performance Concrete; and Geopolymer Concrete—Sustainable Cementless Concrete.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2009

Pages: 310

ISBN: 9780870313349

Categories: Concrete Technology

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-261—1

Durability of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete

by C. Pfeifer, B. Möeser, C. Giebson, and J. Stark

SP-261—2

Shrinkage Reducing Effect of a Combination of Internal Curing and Shrinkage Compensating Agents on High-Performance Concrete

by M. Seddik Meddah, M. Suzuki, and R. Sato

SP-261—3

Geopolymer Concrete—Sustainable Cementless Concrete

by N. Lloyd and V. Rangan

SP-261—4

Structural Synthetic Fibers for Three-Dimensional Reinforcement of Concrete

by V. Ramakrishnan

SP-261—5

Slab-on-Ground Case Studies about Synthetic Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

by C.N. MacDonald

SP-261—6

Rheology and Pumping of Self-Compacting Concrete.

by D. Feys, G. De Schutter, and R. Verhoeven

SP-261—7

Experimental Study on a Barite Heavyweight Self-Consolidating Concrete.

By D. Revuelta, M.C. Alonso, J.L. García, and A. Barona

SP-261—8

Optimization of Self-Consolidating Pastes Containing Limestone Powder and Chemical Admixtures.

By J. Kwasny, M. Sonebi, and P.A.M. Basheer

SP-261—9

Shear Friction of Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete Members.

By P. Desnerck, G. De Schutter, and L. Taerwe

SP-261—10

Effect of Different Fibers and Mineral Additions on the Performance of FRSCC.5

by V. Corinaldesi and G. Moriconi

SP-261—11

Investigation of the Type of Supplementary Cementing Materials on the

Durability of Self-Consolidating Concrete

by M. Sonebi, S. Stewart, and J. Condon

SP-261—12

Properties of Concrete Made with New Cement Dispersing Agent for Retempering.

By M. Aba, M. Shoya, K. Tokuhashi, T. Kamata, and D. Mito

SP-261—13

Hydration Properties of Calcium Sulfoaluminate-Portland Cement Blends.

By M. Bianchi, F. Canonico, L. Capelli, M.L. Pace, A. Telesca, and G.L. Valent

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SP-261—14

The Role of Paste Volume on Performance of Concrete

by G. Hermida, M. Moranville, and R.J. Flatt

SP-261—15

Analysis of the Relation between Hydration Heat and Autogenous Shrinkage of Concrete at Early Ages.

By E.B. Lee, G.Y. Kim, K.M. Koo, and H.J. Lee

SP-261—16

The Use of Pessimum Effect to Reduce the Expansion of Concretes Based on ASR Reactive Aggregates.

By I. Moundoungou, D. Bulteel, E. Garcia-Diaz, and P. Dégrugilliers

SP-261—17

Recent Investigation on the Use of Foundry Sand in Mortar Mixtures.

By F. Tittarelli, S. Monosi, M.L. Ruello, and G. Moriconi

SP-261—18

Nondestructive Testing of Cable Ducts in Concrete Columns and Walls Using the Impact-Echo Method.

By J. Stærke Clausen and A. Knudsen

SP-261—19

Nondestructive Testing of Bridge Decks and Tunnel Linings Using

Impulse-Response.

By J. Stærke Clausen and A. Knudsen

SP-261—20

A Brief History of Pullout Testing with Particular Reference to Canada—A Personal Journey.

By J.A. Bickley

SP-261—21

Compressive Strength of Lightweight High-Strength Concrete Subjected to High Temperatures.

By G.Y. Kim, Y.S. Kim, and T.G. Lee

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