SP-320:10th ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete

SP-320:10th ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete

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The purpose of this international conference is to present the latest scientific and technical information in the field of supplementary cementitious materials and novel binders for use in concrete. The new aspect of this conference is to highlight advances in the field of alternative and sustainable binders and supplementary cementitious materials, which are receiving increasing attention from the research community. The conference was held in Montréal, Canada from October 2 to 4, 2017. The conference proceedings, containing 50 refereed papers from more than 33 countries, were published as ACI SP-320.

Document Details

Author: Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

Publication Year: 2017

Pages: 656.00

ISBN: 9781945487774

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-320—1

Activated Hybrid Cementitious System, a Green Alternative for Concrete Production

Authors: Diego Velandia, Cyril Lynsdale, John L. Provis, and Fernando Ramirez

SP-320—2

Preferable Use of Hybrid Cement in Concrete Intended for Industrial Applications

Authors: I. Janotka, P. Martauz, and Michal Bačuvčík

SP-320—3

Low-Energy Alinite Cement from Soda Sludge Waste

Authors: Gültekin O. Uçal, Mahdi Mahyar, Mustafa Tokyay, and İsmail Ö. Yaman

SP-320—4

Reuse of Ceramic Industry Sludge as a Component in Cement-Based Materials

Authors: M.I. Sánchez De Rojas, M. Frías, E. Sabador, C. Medina, E. Asensio, and J. Rivera

SP-320—5

Effects of Sol-Gel Derived Nano-Silica Suspensions in Cement Paste

Authors: Dulani P. A. Kodippili, Ehsan Rezabeigi, Michelle R. Nokken, and Robin Drew

SP-320—6

Rheological Behaviour of Alkali-Activated Slag Concrete

Authors: Francisca Puertas, María Del Mar Alonso, Manuel Torres-Carrasco, Belen González Fonteboa, Iris González Taboada, Gemma Rojo, and Fernando Martínez-Abella

SP-320—7

Performance and Properties of Concrete Made with Calcined Clays

Authors: Nancy Beuntner and Karl-Christian Thienel

SP-320—8

Mitigation of Microcracking in Alkali-Activated Combined Slag and Fly Ash Concretes for Good Performance in Winter Conditions

Authors: Alexandre Rodrigue, Josée Duchesne, Benoit Fournier, and Benoit Bissonnette

SP-320—9

New Additions for the Design of Eco-Efficient Cements. Analysis of Pozzolanic Reaction Kinetics

Authors: Gabriel Medina, José Maria Medina, Isabel Sáez Del Bosque, Moisés Frías, María Isabel Sánchez De Rojas, and César Medina

SP-320—10

Drying Shrinkage in Alkali Activated Class C Fly Ash Mortars and the Mitigation Methods

Authors: Darshan Ballekere Kumarappa, Chathurani Chandrasiri, and Sulapha Peethamparan

SP-320—11

Durability Properties of Fly Ash Blended Cement Concrete in Inland Environment

Authors: Yunusa A. Alhassan and Yunus Ballim

SP-320—12

Influence of Supplementary Cementitious Materials on the Autogenous Self-Healing of Cracks in Cementitious Materials

Authors: Imane Salama, Benoît Hilloulin, Sonagnon Medjigbodo, and Ahmed Loukili

SP-320—13

Performances of Hemp Concretes: from Microscopic to Functional Properties

Authors: Guillaume Delannoy, Sandrine Marceau, Philippe Glé, Etienne Gourlay, Marielle Guéguen-Minerbe, Dinarzed Diafi, Issam Nour, Sofiane Amziane, and Fabienne Farcas

SP-320—14

New Insights into the Retarding Effect of Aluminates on C3S Hydration

Authors: E. Pustovgar, M. Palacios, J.-B. D’espinose De Lacaillerie, T. Matschei, N. Ruffray, R. Verel,

and R.J. Flat

SP-320—15

Influence of Pozzolanic Materials on the Hydration of Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cements

Authors: Frank Winnefeld, Lukas H.J. Martin, Elsa Tschopp, Christian J. Müller, and Barbara Lothenbach

SP-320—16

Chloride Ingress in Concrete Containing GGBF Slag or Fly Ash

Authors: Eisuke Nakamura and Hirohisa Koga

SP-320—17

Modelling of Temperature-Dependent Pozzolanic Reaction of Low-Calcium Fly Ash in Blended

Cement Paste

Authors: Tiao Wang, Tetsuya Ishida, and Yuya Takahashi

SP-320—18

Corrosion Resistance of Concrete Incorporating Supplementary Cementing Materials in a Marine Environment

Authors: Andrew Fahim, Edward G. Moffatt, and Michael D.A. Thomas

SP-320—19

Environmental Benefits of Using Glass Powder in Manhole Production

Authors: J.-M. Lessard, J. Cloutier, A. Tagnit-Hamou, and B. Amor

SP-320—20

Effects of Ternary Cements with Limestone Filler on DEF in Concrete

Authors: Yasser Amine, Nordine Leklou, and Ouali Amiri

SP-320—21

Carbonation-Activated Steel Slag Binder As Alternative Cementing Material

Authors: Yixin Shao, Mehrdad Mahoutian, and Zaid Ghouleh

SP-320—22

A New Generation of Micro-Particulate-Based Admixtures for Concrete

Authors: Paul H. Seiler, Christopher Eagon, Frank S. Ong, Stephen A. Farrington, and Van Bui

SP-320—23

Assessing the Autogenous Shrinkage of Alkali-Activated Slag/Fly Ash Mortar Blends

Authors: Siva Uppalapati and Özlem Cizer

SP-320—24

Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete with Natural and Synthetic Fibers

Authors: Tahar Tioua, Abdelouahed Kriker, Abderrahim Bali, Gonzalo Barluenga, and Mourad Behim

SP-320—25

The Role of Surface Area and Compacity of Nanoparticles on the Rheology of Cement Paste

Authors: Oscar A. Mendoza Reales, Emílio C. C. M. Silva, Maria D. M. Paiva, Pedro Duda, and Romildo Dias Toledo Filho

SP-320—26

Comparison of Three Plasticizers in Carbonate-Activated Slag Concrete

Author: Rolf Andreas Lauten

SP-320—27

Mixture Proportions of Concrete with Dredging Sediments as Novel SCM

Authors: Céline Van Bunderen, Ruben Snellings, Liesbeth Horckmans, Lucie Vandewalle, and Özlem Cizer

SP-320—28

Monitoring the Hydration of Cementitious Material by Acoustic Emission

Authors: Evin Dildar Dzaye, Geert De Schutter, and Dimitrios Aggelis

SP-320—29

Chemo-Mechanical Properties of Cement Matrices with Fly Ash and Slag

Authors: William Wilson, Luca Sorelli, and Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

SP-320—30

Effects of Pre-Hydration on Compressive Strength of Quaternary Binders

Authors: Suguru Goto, Thomas A. Bier, Keisuke Takahashi, and Tetsuhiro Sakai

SP-320—31

Degree of Fly Ash Reaction in Internally Alkali-Activated Cement Paste

Authors: Phuong Trinh Bui, Yuko Ogawa, Kenichiro Nakarai, and Kenji Kawai

SP-320—32

Metakaolin-Based Geopolymer Concretes: From Dry to Fluid Concretes

Authors: Raphaëlle Pouhet and Martin Cyr

SP-320—33

Investigating the Feasibility of Using Reclaimed and Remediated Fly Ashes as Class F Fly Ash Alternatives

Authors: Raissa Ferron, Ryan Kalina, Saif Al-Shmaisani, and Maria Juenger

SP-320—34

Potential for Using Waste Recycled Glass in Engineered Cementitious Composites

Authors: Hocine Siad, Mohamed Lachemi, Mustafa Sahmaran, and K. M Hossain

SP-320—35

Suitability of Alkali Activated GGBS/Fly Ash Concrete for Chloride Environments

Authors: Dali Bondar, Sreejith V. Nanukuttan, Marios N. Soutsos, P.A. Muhammed Basheer, and John L. Provis

SP-320—36

Factors Controlling Carbonation Resistance of Alkali-Activated Materials

Authors: Susan A. Bernal, Xinyuan Ke, Maria Criado, Shishir Mundra, and John L. Provis

SP-320—37

Alkali-Activated Cementitious Materials and Concretes – Steps Towards Standardization

Author: John L. Provis

SP-320—38

Development of Test Methods and Specifications for Chemically Activated Binders

Authors: R. Douglas Hooton, Lawrence Sutter, and Mary Christiansen

SP-320—39

Isothermal Calorimetry Investigation of Slag Activation

Authors: Qiwei C. Nowasell, Ray B. Henderson, and John T. Kevern

SP-320—40

Industrial Production and Use of a Portland Calcined Clay Limestone Cement

Authors: Fernando Martirena and Karen Scrivener

SP-320—41

Towards a Service Life Prediction System of Concrete Structures Based on a Neural-Computing Approach

Authors: Bakhta Boukhatem, Arezki Tagnit-Hamou, Mohamed Chekired, and Mohamed Ghrici

SP-320—42

Large Amplitude Oscillatory Shear Protocol Applied to Cement-Based Materials

Authors: Théau Conte and Mohend Chaouche

SP-320—43

Delayed Ettringite Formation in Concrete Containing Limestone Filler

Authors: Mohammad A. Aqel and Daman K. Panesar

SP-320—44

Geopolymers Cured at Ambient Temperatures

Authors: Daniela Hesselbarth, Thomas Moser, and Jürg Sturzenegger

SP-320—45

Effect of Glass Powder (GP) on the Pore Solution of Cement Pastes

Authors: Isabelle Fily-Paré, Benoît Fournier, Josée Duchesne, and Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

SP-320—46

Optimization Performance of High Volume Fly Ash Self-Consolidating Mixtures with Hydrated Lime

(Mortar Component)

Authors: Hayder Alghazali and John J. Myers

SP-320—47

Thermal Behaviour of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete and Its Temperature Simulation

Authors: Peter G. Gaunt, Mathew K.R. Versfeld, André Ferreira, and Stephen O. Ekolu

SP-320—48

Influence of Lime on the Properties of Cement-Based Materials

Authors: Reda Jaafri, Abdelilah Aboulayt, Syed-Yasir Alam, Emmanuel Roziere, and Ahmed Loukili

SP-320—49

GGBS Cements Activated by Chloride:Hydration and Corrosion Potential

Authors: Laurent Steger, Bernard Salesses, Cédric Patapy, Mohend Chaouche, Laurent Frouin, and

Martin Cyr

SP-320—50

Prediction of Hemp Concrete Morphological Deformation by X-ray Tomography

Authors: Kamilia Abahri, Chady El Hachem, Fares Bennai, Ngoc Toan, and Rafik Belarbi

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