SP-262: Ninth ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures

SP-262: Ninth ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures

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

Description

This Symposium Publication includes 30 papers selected from a conference that took place in Seville, Spain, in October 2009. Topics include Use of a Supplemental Agent to Improve Flowability of Ultra-High Performance Concrete; Performance of Superplasticizers in Blended Cement Systems; and Multifunctional Chemical Admixture to Reduce Quality Control Requirements of Self-Consolidated Concrete.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2009

Pages: 420.00

ISBN: 9780870313370

Categories: Admixtures

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-262—1

Use of a Supplemental Agent to Improve Flowability of Ultra-High Performance Concrete.

By J. Plank, C. Schröfl, and M. Gruber

SP-262—2

Performance of Superplasticizers in Blended Cement Systems.

by I. Papayianni and F. Karkantelidou

SP-262—3

Multifunctional Chemical Admixture to Reduce Quality Control Requirements of

Self-Consolidated Concrete

By A.A. Jeknavorian, E. Koehler, A. Abelleira, D. Geary, and R. Cook

SP-262—4

Polycarboxylate and Polyether Admixture Compatibility with Different Cement Compositons.

by M.M. Alonso, F. Puertas, and M. Palacios

SP-262—5

Compatibility of Viscosity-Enhancing Agents and Superplasticizers in Cementitious and Model Systems: Rheology, Bleeding, and Segregation.

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

SP-262—6

A Summary of Important Characteristics of Cement and Superplasticizers .

by K. Yamada

SP-262—7

Compatibility of PC Superplasticizers with Slag-Blended Cements.

by M. Palacios, F. Puertas, M. M. Alonso, P. Bowen, and Y. F. Houst

SP-262—8

Polymer Physics and Superplasticizers.

by R.J. Flatt, I. Schober, E. Raphael, E. Lesniewska,and C. Plassard

SP-262—9

Performance of High Durability Concrete Using an Advanced Hybrid Admixture.

by K. Saito , M. Kinoshita, and H. Umehara

SP-262—10

Interactions Between Comb-Type Superplasticizers and Slag Cement Pastes.

by L. Regnaud, R. Alfani, A. Vichot, B. Le Rolland, and E. Borgarello

SP-262—11

The Role of Adsorption Energy in the Sulphate-Polycarboxylate Competition.

by R.J. Flatt, J. Zimmermann, C. Hampel, C. Kurz, I. Schober, L. Frunz, C. Plassard, and E. Lesniewska

SP-262—12

Effect of Polymer Structure on the Sulfate-Polycarboxylate Competition.

by J. Zimmermann, C. Hampel, C. Kurz, L. Frunz,and R.J. Flatt

SP-262—13

Study of the Application of Viscosity Reducing Type Superplasticizers for Low

Water-Binder Ratio Concrete.

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

SP-262—14

Development of New Ultra High Early Strength Superplaticizer and Its Application.

By Q. Ran, J. Liu, C. Miao, Y. Mao, Y. Shang, and J. Sha

SP-262—15

Effects of High Accelerator Dosages on the Physical, Chemical, and Morphological Properties of a Hydrating Portland Cement Paste.

By C. Maltese, C. Pistolesi, D. Salvioni, A. Bravo, F. Cella, and T. Cerulli

SP-262—16

Correlation between Rheology of Superplasticized Fresh Mortars and Fresh Concretes

by J. Gołaszewski

SP-262—17

The Use of Phosphonates as Dispersants and Rheology Modifiers in Mortar and Concrete.

By M. Bellotto and F. Faini

SP-262—18

The Relationship between Retention Stability and Chemical Structure of PCE.

By F. Göller, S. Dikty, and D. Hamada

SP-262—19

Influence of Cellulose Ether Particle Size on Water Retention of Freshly-Mixed

Mortars.

By L. Patural, A. Govin, B. Ruot, O. Devès, and P. Grosseau

SP-262—20

Chemical Admixture System for Pervious Concrete.

By E. Koehler, M. Offenberg, J. Malone, and A. Jeknavorian

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SP-262—21

Influence of Fly Ashes on the Drying Shrinkage of Superplasticized Concretes

in the Presence of SRA.

By A. Borsoi, M. Collepardi, S. Collepardi, and R. Troli

SP-262—22

Pursuance of Workability Retention by New Superplasticizer.

By D. Hamada, K. Sagawa, Y. Tanisho, and H. Yamamuro

SP-262—23

Effect of Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures on the Shrinkage and Hydration of

Cement-Based Materials.

By Z. Zhibin, X. Lingling, C. Liang, and T. Minshu

SP-262—24

Influence of Sample Preparation and Salt Concentration on the Superplasticizer Adsorption Quantification in Cement-Based Pore Solutions by Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Method.

By G. Albrecht and M. Vierle

SP-262—25

The Influence of Superplasticizers on the Dissolution of C3S.

By T. Sowoidnich and C. Rößler

SP-262—26

Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Paste Fluidity of Cement with High

Aluminate Phase Content.

By E. Maruya, R. Ichinose, and E. Sakai

SP-262—27

Synthesis of Poly-(poly(ethylene glycol)methyl ether methacrylate-co-vinylphosphonic acid) and its Cement Dispersing Ability.

By I. Goc-Maciejewska, B. Chun, P.J. Sandberg, and P. Krzyżanowski

SP-262—28

Impact of Lignin-Based AE Water-Reducing Agent, and BNS- and PCE-Based Superplasticizers on the Properties of Hardened Concrete.

By M. Ohno, T. Sugiyama, T. Sugamata, and A. Ohta

SP-262—29

Impact of Polymer Architecture on Superplasticizer Efficiency.

By D. Platel

SP-262—30

Synergistic Effect of MgO-Based Expansive Agent and Shrinkage-Reducing Admixture on Compensating the Shrinkage of Cementitious Materials

by Z. Zhibin, X. Lingling, and T. Mingshu

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