SP-329: Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete Proceedings Twelfth International Conference, Beijing, China

SP-329: Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete Proceedings Twelfth International Conference, Beijing, China

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Author: Jiaping Liu, Ziming Wang, Terence C. Holland, Jing Huang, Johann Plank

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In October 28-31, 2018, the Chinese Ceramic Society and the China Academy of Building Research (CABR), Beijing China, in association with ACI, sponsored the Twelfth International Conference on Superplasticizers and other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete in Beijing China. More than 80 papers from all over the world were received and peer reviewed. A total of 36 refereed papers were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. The proceedings were published by the ACI as SP 329. Also, 54 additional papers were presented at the conference, and were published in the Supplementary Papers Volume. The organizers of the conference were the Chinese Ceramic Society, Beijing and the Committee for the Organization of International Conferences (formerly CANMET/ACI Conferences).

 

Document Details

Pages: 477.00

ISBN: 9781641950299

Categories: Admixtures

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-329-01 1

Influences of Star-Shaped Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers with Different Arm Lengths on Their Performances in Cement Paste

by Xiao Liu, Guanghong Lai, Qian Xu, Jianan Guan, Ziming Wang, and Huiqun Li

SP-329-02 19

Investigation on Water Retention Property and Microstructure of Fresh State Cement Mortars Using 1H Low-Field NMR

by Yanliang Ji, Zhenping Sun, and Xiaoxing Jiang

SP-329-03 31

Study on Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer with Slump Retention Capacity

by Zhenping Sun, Lelin Wu, Yanliang Ji, Xu Yang, Yuansong Sun, and Chao Chen

SP-329-04 41

Amphoteric Superplasticizers for Cements Blended with a Calcined Clay

by Marlene Schmid, Nancy Beuntner, Karl-Christian Thienel, and Johann Plank

SP-329-05 55

PCE Superplasticizers Used as Dispersants in Oil Well Cementing

by B. Yu, M. Moumin, and J. Plank

SP-329-06 67

Nucleation and Growth of C-S-H – PCE Used as Strength Enhancer in Cement

by Vipasri Kanchanason and Johann Plank

SP-329-07 77

Novel Admixtures to Reduce the Stickiness of Low W/C Concretes

by Manuel Ilg and Johann Plank

SP-329-08 89

A New Type of Superplasticizer Possessing Dendrimeric Structure

by Manuel Ilg and Johann Plank

SP-329-09 103

Research on Synthesis and Performances of Phosphate-Based Polycarboxlyate Superplasticizer

by ShanShan Qian, SuPing Cui, ChunYang Zheng, ZiMing Wang, and Yan Yao

SP-329-10 117

Study on Properties and Mechanism of Liquid Alkali Free Set Accelerating Admixture for Sprayed Concrete

by Ying Qiu, Guo-Xin Chen, Ye-Ran Zhu, Xiu-Sheng Tang, and Zheng Cui

SP-329-11 127

The Troubled Relationship Between PCEs and Cement in the Presence of Swelling Clays

by Giorgio Ferrari, Mariele Gamba, Francesco Surico, Gilberto Artioli, Maria Chiara Dalconi, and Luca Valentini

SP-329-12 143

Hindered Calcium Hydroxide Nucleation and Growth as Mechanism Responsible for Tricalcium Silicate Retardation in Presence of Sucrose

by Patrick Juilland and Emmanuel Gallucci

SP-329-13 155

Impact of Different Type of Calcium Sulfate on Early Ettringite Formation in Presence of Different PCE

by Lukas Frunz, Patrick Juilland, Emmanuel Gallucci, and Jörg Zimmermann

SP-329-14 165

Impact of Different PCE Architectures on Flow Performance Depending on Precipitated Ettringite

by Y. Chen, S. Wang, P. Juilland, L. Frunz, and J. Zhu

SP-329-15 175

Alteration of Superplasticizers Molecular Composition during Adsorption on Cement Hydrates

by Anatoly I. Vovk

SP-329-16 185

Overview of Defoaming Technologies for Polycarboxylate-Based Superplasticizers

by Ara A. Jeknavorian

SP-329-17 201

Alternative Setting Retarders for Portland Cement Clinker

by Harald Justnes

SP-329-18 213

Effects of the Adsorption Characteristics of PCE on C3S Hydration

by Ming Liu, Jing Chen, Yuxin Gao, Guangjun Zheng, and Jiaheng Lei

SP-329-19 225

Definition of a PCE Family that Increases Performances when a Workability Retention Agent (WRA) is Added

by Angela Rozzoni and Michaël Dolci

SP-329-20 237

Graphite Nanoplatelets and Graphene Oxide Influence on C-S-H Formation

by P. Gronchi, S. Bianchi, L. Brambilla, and M. Goisis

SP-329-21 257

Study on the Molecular Structure, Adsorption and Hydration Properties of Different Typed Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers

by Yunhui Fang, Yuliang Ke, Xiaofang Zhang, and Geli Li

SP-329-22 267

Influence of Non-adsorbed Polymers on Fluidity of Cement Paste

by Kazuki Matsuzawa, Daiki Shimazaki, Hirokatsu Kawakami, and Etsuo Sakai

SP-329-23 279

Development of Ultra-Low Temperature Anti-Freezing Pumping Admixture

by Fei Xiao, Yongwei Wang, Jinhuan Lv, Jie Zhang, and Tongwei Lu

SP-329-24 291

Anionic Gemini Surfactants as Novel Air Entraining Agents

by Min Qiao, Jian Chen, Nanxiao Ga, Qianping Ran, and Jiaping Liu

SP-329-25 305

Polymer Physics and PCE Superplasticizers Revisited

by Yanwei Wang, Xin Shu, Yong Yang, Qianping Ran, and Jiaping Liu

SP-329-26 319

Conformational Properties of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers in Solution and at Liquid/Solid Interfaces Explored by All-Atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations

by Hongxia Zhao, Yanwei Wang, Yong Yang, Xin Shu, Jiaping Liu, and Qianping Ran

SP-329-27 333

Rheological Properties of Cement Pastes Incorporating Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers Containing Different Hydrophobic Groups

by Xin Shu, Yanwei Wang, Yong Yang, Xiumei Wang, Qian Zhang, Hongxia Zhao, Qianping Ran, and Jiaping Liu

SP-329-28 349

Effect of the Side Chain Hydrophobicity on the Properties of Shrinkage-Reducing Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers

by Nanxiao Gao, Qianping Ran, and Min Qiao

SP-329-29 363

Research on Low Temperature and Early Strength of Cementitious Grout for Sleeve Coupler of Reinforcement Splicing

by Jinming Wang, Kaiyu Wang, Yongwei Wang, Yongsheng Liu, and Jie Zhang

SP-329-30 373

CSA-Based Mortars Manufactured with Tartaric Acid-Based Retarder

by Luigi Coppola, Denny Coffetti, and Elena Crotti

SP-329-31 389

Synthesis of Core-Shell CS/APCS Particle via Electrostatic Self-Assembly

by Dongmin Wang and Chunlong Huang

SP-329-32 403

Effect of D-gluconate on Nucleation and Growth of Synthetic Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H)

by Jirawan Siramanont and Paul Bowen

SP-329-33 415

On the Mechanism of Using Carbon Dioxide as a Beneficial Concrete Admixture

by Sean Monkman, Kathryn Grandfield, and Brian Langelier

SP-329-34 429

Influence of the Aqueous Phase of Cement Paste on the Rheology in the Presence of PCE

by Wolfram Schmidt, Sarah Leinitz, Berta Mota, and Claudia Crasselt

SP-329-35 445

Study on the Polymerization Kinetics of Methyl Allyl Polyethylene Glycol with Acrylic Acid

by Ziming Wang, Yang Zhang, Jingying Peng, and Dongjie Yin

SP-329-36 459

Advances in Admixtures and In-Transit Concrete Management Systems for Sustainable Construction

by Josephine Cheung, Elizabeth Burns, Joshua Curto, and Nathan Tregger

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