SP-349: 11th ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete

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Sponsors: Sponsored by American Concrete Institute, RILEM, Université de Sherbrooke, CRIB, Université Toulouse III, Lmdc Toulouse, Kruger Biomaterials, Euclid Chemical, Prodexim International inc., BASF Master Builders, ACAA

Editors: Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

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In July 1983, the Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) of Natural Resources Canada, in association with the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, sponsored a five-day international conference at Montebello, Quebec, Canada, on the use of fly ash, silica fume, slag and other mineral by-products in concrete. The conference brought together representatives from industry, academia, and government agencies to present the latest information on these materials and to explore new areas of needed research. Since then, eight other such conferences have taken place around the world (Madrid, Trondheim, Istanbul, Milwaukee, Bangkok, Madras, Las Vegas, and Warsaw). The 2007 Warsaw conference was the last in this series.

In 2017, due to renewed interest in alternative and sustainable binders and supplementary cementitious materials, a new series was launched by the Université de Sherbrooke (UdeS); ACI; and the International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction materials, Systems, and Structures (RILEM). They, in association with a number of other organizations in Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean, sponsored the 10th ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete (ICCM2017). The conference was held in Montréal, QB, 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.

In 2021, the UdeS, ACI, and RILEM, in association with Université de Toulouse and a number of other organizations in Canada, the United States, and Europe, sponsored the 11th ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete (ICCM2021). The conference was held online from June 7 to 10, 2021. The conference proceedings, containing 53 peer reviewed papers from more than 14 countries, are published as ACI SP-349.

The purpose of this international conference was to present the latest scientific and technical information in the field of supplementary cementitious materials and novel binders for use in concrete. The conference highlights recent advances in the field of alternative and sustainable binders and supplementary cementitious materials, which are receiving increasing attention from the research community.

To all those whose submissions could not be included in the conference proceedings, the Institute and the Conference Organizing Committee extend their appreciation for their interest and hard work.

Thanks are extended to the members of the international scientific committee to review the papers. Without their dedicated efforts, the proceedings could not have been published for distribution at the conference. The cooperation of the authors in accepting reviewers’ suggestions and revising their manuscripts accordingly is greatly appreciated.

The assistance of Ms. Chantal Brien, Secretary of ICCM2021, at the Université de Sherbrooke is greatly acknowledged for the administrative work associated with the conference and for processing the manuscripts, both ACI SP and supplementary volume.

Arezki Tagnit Hamou, Editor

Chairman, eleventh ACI/RILEM International Conference on Cementitious Materials and Alternative Binders for Sustainable Concrete (ICCM2021).

Sherbrooke, Canada

2021

 

Document Details

Pages: 773

ISBN: 9781641951395

Categories: Cementitious Materials

Formats: PDF or Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

SP-349-1:

Effect of Mineral Additions on The Self-Healing Ability of Cementitious Materials 1-14

Authors: Carol Namnoum, Benoît Hilloulin,Maxime Robira, Frédéric Grondin, Ahmed Loukili

SP-349-2:

Hydration of MgO/hydromagnesite Blends 15-22

Authors: Alexander German, Frank Winnefeld, Pietro Lura

SP-349-3:

Early-Age Shrinkage Of Cement Paste Containing Humic Substances as that from River Dredging Sediments in France 23-39

Author: Hamza Beddaa, Amor Ben Fraj, Francis Lavergne and Jean Michel Torrenti

SP-349-4:

Effect of a Lignosulfonate Plasticizer on the Hydration of a Belite-Ye’elimite-Ferrite Cement Paste 40-51

Authors: Angélique Barneoud-Chapelier, Youssef El Bitouri, Nathalie Azéma, Gwenn Le Saout

SP-349-5:

Shrinkage and Geopolymers 52-61

Authors: Corentin Le Talludec, Annabelle Phelipot-Mardelé, and Christophe Lanos

SP-349-6:

Flash Calcination for Recycled Gypsum Recovery 62-70

Authors: Damien Gaudrel, Annabelle Phelipot-Mardelé, Christophe Lanos and Marie Glorennec

SP-349-7:

Acceleration Of Cement Blended with Calcined Clays with CaCl2, Microlimestone and CSH Seeds 71-83

Authors: Claudiane Ouellet-Plamondon, Sebastian Scherb, Mathias Köberl and Karl-Christian Thienel

SP-349-8:

Monitoring of Concrete Hardening and Strengthening Using Results of Electrical Resistivity Measurements 84-101

Authors: David I. Stackelberg, Boris I. Wilge, Shimon V. Boiko and Felix A. Goldman

SP-349-9:

Performance of Eco-Friendly One-Part Alkali-Activated Self-Consolidated Concrete with Multi-Activators 102-116

Authors: Dima Kanaan and Ahmed Soliman

SP-349-10:

Studying The Influence of the Filler Effect of SCMs on the Sulfate Requirement of Blended Cements 117-124

Authors: Franco Zunino and Karen L. Scrivener

SP-349-11:

On the Occurrence of CAH10 in Hydrated Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cements 125-142

Authors: Frank Winnefeld and Barbara Lothenbach

SP-349-12:

An Innovative Power-Law Equation of Optimal Grading Curves for Dense Packing 143-160

Author: Dr Gerard Roquier

SP-349-13:

Assessment of Properties of Low Cement Content Paste Using Interparticle Separation as an Insight on Fresh State 161-187

Authors: Gonzalo A. Lozano Rengifo, Mayra T. de Grazia, Leandro F. M. Sanchez, and Edward G. Sherwood

SP-349-14:

Portland Clinker-Fly Ash Cements – Relation between Compressive Strength and Microstructure 188-209

Authors: Harald Justnes, Klaartje De Weerdt and Tone A. Østnor

SP-349-15:

Effect of Recycled Aggregate and Steel Fibers on the Mechanical Properties of Alkali-Activated Slag/Fly Ash Blended Concrete 210-223

Authors: Jamal Medljy, Hilal El-Hassan, and Tamer El-Maaddawy

SP-349-16:

New Pre-saturation Method for Accelerated Sulfate Attack Testing of Concrete Specimens 224-236

Authors: Hocine Siad, Mohamed Lachemi, and Mustafa Sahmaran

SP-349-17:

The Influence of the Binder and Aggregate Type on Concrete Electrical Resistivity 237-255

Authors: Hugo Valido Deda, Leandro Francisco Moretti Sanchez, Mayra Tagliaferri de Grazia

SP-349-18:

Carbonation of 100-Year Bridges as a Guide to Preventing Modern Concrete from Degrading 256-273

Authors: Ivan Janotka, Michal Bačuvčík, Peter Paulík, and Lukáš Húlek

SP-349-19:

Rheology and Mechanical Properties of Different Geopolymer Composites 274-289

Authors: J.Archez, N. Texier-Mandoki, X. Bourbon, J.F. Caron, and S. Rossignol

SP-349-20:

Effect of Aggregate Types on Mortar Properties Produced with Geopolymer Binders 290-300

Authors: Klaus-Juergen Huenger, David Kurth, Maria Brigzinsky

SP-349-21:

Industrial Mineral Waste as an Alternative Pozzolan for the Design of Eco-Efficient Binary Cements: Impact on Physical Properties and Chloride Resistance 301-320

Authors: Laura Caneda-Martínez, Moisés Frías, Mª Isabel Sánchez de Rojas, Javier Sánchez, and César Medina

SP-349-22:

An Insight into Non-Ferrous Slags as Supplementary Cementitious Materials 321-331

Authors: Malene T. Pedersen, Barbara Lothenbach, and Frank Winnefeld

SP-349-23:

Boron Rich Mortars for Neutron Shielding, Mechanical and Attenuation Properties 332-350

Authors: Maria Chiara Dalconi, Enrico Garbin, Francesco Grazzi, Gilberto Artioli, and Giorgio Ferrari

SP-349-24:

Preliminary Studies on the Influence of Nano-cellulose and Nano-alumina Fibers on UHPFRC 351-369

Authors: Marta Roig-Flores, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Ariel A. Bretón-Rodríguez, Juan Navarro-Gregori and Pedro Serna

SP-349-25:

Interactions Between SCM`S and Different Aggregates for Preventing ASR 370-382

Authors: Klaus-Juergen Huenger and Mario Kositz

SP-349-26:

On the Formulation of Reactive Binders Containing Soluble Borate Compounds 383-393

Authors: Maurizio Bellotto, MariaChiara Dalconi, Enrico Garbin, and Gilberto Artioli

SP-349-27:

Unintended Consequences of the Global Reduction in Clinker-to-Cement Ratio 394-407

Authors: Jean-Martin Lessard, Guillaume Habert, Arezki Tagnit-Hamou and Ben Amor

SP-349-28:

Effect Of Citric Acid and Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers (PCE) on Hydration and Rheology of Sulfoaluminate Cement 408-417

Authors: R.Belhadi, A. Govin, and P. Grosseau

SP-349-29:

Influence of Calcite on the Pozzolanic Reaction of Kaolinite 418-431

Authors: Isabel Sánchez, Marina Casas Angulo, Mario Ramírez, Raquel Vigil de la Villa, Rosario García-Giménez, Isabel Sonsoles de Soto García, Moisés Frías and Antonio Zapardiel

SP-349-30:

Mechanical and Physical Properties of Concrete Incorporating Rubber 432-445

Authors: Faisal.A.H Saleh, Nouria Kaid, Kada Ayed, Rabah Soltani, And Djamel-Eddine Kerdal

SP-349-31:

Early Hydration Process of a Low Shrinkage and High Strength Packing Density Optimised Mortar-Mixture Made of an Alternative Npc-Csa-Ca Blend 446-465

Authors: Tim Schade and Prof. Dr. Bernhard Middendorf

SP-349-32:

Synergetic Effect of Combined Converter Steel Slag and Metakaolin Hydration 466-478

Authors: Winnie Franco Santos, Katrin Schollbach, Sieger van der Laan, and H.J.H.Brouwers

SP-349-33:

Potential Correlation Between Yield Stress and Bleeding 479-494

Authors: Youssef El Bitouri and Nathalie Azèma

SP-349-34:

Macroscopic Evaluation of Water Penetration Resistance in Concrete with Neutron Imaging 495-507

Authors: Yuichi Yoshimura, Maki Mizuta, Hideyuki Sunaga, and Yoshie Otake

SP-349-35:

Durability of Alkali-Activated Slag/Fly Ash Pastes and Concretes: an Overview of Performance Regarding Freezing and Thawing, Surface Scaling, Shrinkage and ASR 508-521

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

SP-349-36:

Impact of OPC-Based Activation on Microstructure of Super Sulphated Slag Cement 522-532

Authors: Emmanuel Guillon and Catherine Bouillon

SP-349-37:

Effect of Morphological Characteristics on the Viscosity of Cementitious Materials: Optimization of the Rheological Behavior of Ternary Cements 533-540

Authors: O. Ahmadah, H. Bessaies-Bey, A. Yahia, and N. Roussel

SP-349-38:

Effect of Temperature on the Hydration of Portland Cement Blended with Metakaolin 541-549

Authors: Natechanok Chitvoranund, Barbara Lothenbach, Jørgen Skibsted, and Karen Scrivener

SP-349-39:

Durability Issues of One-Part Alkali-Activated Mortars in Aggressive Environments 550-562

Authors: Luigi Coppola, Denny Coffetti, Elena Crotti and Gabriele Gazzaniga

SP-349-40:

Characterization of Calcined Clay Reactivity For Use as Additive in a Blended Cement 563-574

Authors: Victor Poussardin, Michael Paris, Dimitri Deneele, and Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

SP-349-41:

Use of Slag in Cementitious Matrices for Sprayed Concrete Applications 575-589

Authors: Renan P. Salvador, Dimas A. S. Rambo, Roberto M. Bueno, Kaio T. Silva, and Antonio D. de Figueiredo

SP-349-42:

Study of Slag Blended Cement and the Influence of Triethanolamine 590-607

Authors: Rachel Reiver, Nathalie Azéma, Gwenn Le Saoût, Lucia Ferrari, Marie Jachiet, and Vanessa Kocaba

SP-349-43:

Synthesis and Hydration of Ye’elimite 608-622

Authors: Yassine El Khessaimi, Youssef El Hafiane, and Agnès Smith

SP-349-44:

Investigating Dual Sulfate Attack Mechanisms using Unidirectional Penetration Approach 623-628

Authors: Qiao Wang, William Wilson, and Karen Scrivener

SP-349-45:

Prediction of Time-to-Corrosion Cracking of Reinforced Concrete using Deep Learning Approach 629-647

Authors: Bakhta Boukhatem, Ablam Zidol and Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

SP-349-46:

Environmental Impact Evaluation of a Slag/Fly Ash-Based Strain Hardening Geopolymer Composite (SHGC) 648-658

Authors: Shizhe Zhang, Qingge Feng, Dongbo Wang, and Guang Ye

SP-349-47:

An Approach to the Rheological Behavior of Cementitious Systems Blended with Calcined Clays and Superplasticizers 659-685

Authors: Ricarda Sposito, Marlene Schmid, Johann Plank and Karl-Christian Thienel

SP-349-48:

Investigation on Microstructure of Cement Pastes Made with a By-Product from Primary Aluminum Production 686-695

Authors: Hang Tran, Victor Brial, Thomas Sanchez, Luca Sorelli, Claudiane Ouellet-Plamondon, David Conciatori, Houshang D. Alamdari, Mario Fafard, Laurent Birry And Martin Beaulieu

SP-349-49:

Improving Performance and Reducing The CO2 Footprint of Concrete using Multiple Approaches 696-710

Author: R.Douglas Hooton

SP-349-50:

Kaolinite Clay for Enhancing the Properties of Alkali-Activated Slag and Fly Ash Binders 711-724

Authors: Chathurani Chandrasiri, Zihui Li and Sulapha Peethamparan

SP-349-51:

Performance of NO2 Sequestered Recycled Concrete Aggregates (NRCA) Incorporated Concrete: Influence of Parent Concrete Properties 725-741

Authors: Erandi Ariyachandra, Sulapha Peethamparan

SP-349-52:

Influence of Quality of Recycled Concrete Aggregates Paste on the Internal Cure Phenomenon 742-751

Authors: Thibaut Marchi, Marie Salgues, Eric Garcia Diaz, Jean Claude Souche, and Philippe Devillers

SP-349-53:

The Use of Ground Glass as a Pozzolan 752-761

Authors: Thomas, M.D.A., Smith, D. and Moffatt, E.G., Kasaniya, M.

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