SP-267: Nanotechnology of Concrete: The Next Big Thing is Small CD

SP-267: Nanotechnology of Concrete: The Next Big Thing is Small CD

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Editors: Konstantin Sobolev and Mahmoud Reda Taha

Sponsored by: ACI Committee 236

Description

This CD consist of 9 papers sponsored by ACI Committee 236, at the Fall 2009 Convention in New Orleans, LA, in November 2009. The papers included cover a broad range of subjects related to the nanotechnology and material science of concrete with focus on nanostructure characterization, synthesis, design, and modeling of cement based materials, as well as application of nano-materials in concrete technology.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2009

Pages: 180.00

ISBN: 9780870313479

Categories: Materials

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-267—1

Nano to Microlevel Modeling of Cement-Based Materials.

by E.A.B. Koenders, J.S. Dolado, K. van Breugel, and A. Porro

SP-267—2

Carbon Nanotubes Reinforced Concrete.

by Z.S. Metaxa, M.S. Konsta-Gdoutos, and S.P. Shah

SP-267—3

Carbon Nano Filaments in Cementitious Materials: Some Issues on Dispersion and Interfacial Bond.

by A. Yazdanbakhsh, Z.C. Grasley, B. Tyson, and R.K. Abu Al-Rub

SP-267—4

Influence of TiO2 Nanoparticles on Early C3S Hydration

by B.Y. Lee, J.J. Thomas, M. Treager, and K.E. Kurtis

SP-267—5

An Investigation into the Effect of Silicon Dioxide Particle Size on the Strength of Concrete.

by J. Schoepfer and A. Maji

SP-267—6

Beneficial Effects of Small Amounts of Nano-Silica on the Chemical Stability of Cement Pastes Exposed to Neutral pH Environments.

by J.A. Jain and N. Neithalath

SP-267—7

Enhancing the Reactivity of Normal and Fly Ash Concrete Using Colloidal Nano-Silica.

by A.M. Said and M.S. Zeidan

SP-267—8

The Investigation of Nano Silica in the Cement Hydration Process.

by J. Belkowitz and D.L. Armentrout

SP-267—9

Porosity and Permeability of Mortar Specimens Incorporating PEO113–b–PS218 Micelles.

by D.A. Koleva, K. van Breugel, G. Ye, J. Zhou, G. Chamululu, and E.A.B. Koenders

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