SP-354: Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete - Conference Proceedings

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In May 1978, the Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET), in association with the American Concrete Institute (ACI) sponsored a 3-day conference in Ottawa, ON, Canada, on the use of superplasticizers in concrete. Selected papers from the conference were published as ACI SP-62.

In 1981, CANMET, again in association with ACI, sponsored a second 3-day international conference in Ottawa on the use of the superplasticizers in concrete. Proceedings of the conference were published as ACI SP-68.

The purpose of the third international conference in Ottawa in 1989 was to review the progress made since the meetings in 1978 and 1981, and to bring together representatives of the chemical admixtures, cement, and concrete industries to exchange information and delineate new areas of needed research. The scope of this conference was expanded to include chemical admixtures other than superplasticizers. Proceedings of the conference were published as ACI SP-119.

In October 1994, CANMET in association with ACI and several other organizations sponsored the fourth conference in Montreal, QC, Canada. The objective of this conference was to bring attention to new developments in chemical admixture since the last conference in 1989. The proceedings of the conference were published as ACI SP-148.

In October 1997, the Committee for the Organization of CANMET/ACI International Conference, (ACI Council), in association with ACI and several cement and concrete organizations in Italy, sponsored the fifth conference in Rome, Italy. The conference was aimed at transferring technology in the fast-moving field of chemical admixtures. The proceedings of the conference were published as ACI SP-173.

In October 2000, Committee for the Organization of CANMET/ACI International Conferences, (ACI Council), in association with several organizations in Canada and France, sponsored the sixth conference in Nice, France. More than 50 papers from more than 20 countries were received and reviewed by an ACI review panel, and 37 were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. The proceedings were published as ACI SP-195.

In October 2003, the Committee for the Organization of CANMET/ACI International Conferences (ACI Council) in association with several organizations in Canada and Germany, sponsored the seventh conference in Berlin, Germany. The conference attracted more than 275 delegates and proceedings of the conference consisting of 39 papers, were published as ACI SP-217.

In October 2006, the Committee for the Organization of CANMET/ACI International Conferences, (ACI Council), sponsored the eighth conference in Sorrento, Italy. More than 60 papers from more than 25 countries were received, and peer reviewed by the CANMET/ACI review panel in Budapest, and 36 were accepted for publication as ACI SP-239.

In October 2009, the Committee for the Organization of International Conferences (COIC) (formerly CANMET/ACI International Conferences) sponsored the ninth ACI International Conference in Seville, Spain. More than 50 papers from more than 20 countries were received and peer reviewed, and 35 were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. The proceedings were published as ACI SP-262.

In October 2012, COIC sponsored the Tenth International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete in Prague, Czech Republic. More than 70 papers from all over the world were peer reviewed, and 33 were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. The proceedings were published as ACI SP-288.

In July, 2015, the COIC in association with ACI sponsored the Eleventh International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in concrete in Ottawa, ON, Canada. More than 60 papers from the world over were peer reviewed, and 28 were accepted for publication in the proceedings of the conference. Also, additional papers were presented at the conference that were published in the Supplementary Papers Volume.

In October 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 as ACI SP-329. The proceedings were published as ACI SP-302. Also, 54 additional papers were presented at the conference, and were published in the Supplementary Papers Volume.

In July, 2022, after a postponement for the COVID-19 pandemic, the ACI Italy Chapter and the University of Bergamo, Italy, sponsored the Thirteenth International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures in Concrete in Milan, Italy. The proceedings of the conference consisting of 35 refereed papers were published by ACI as SP-354. In addition to the refereed papers, about 20 other papers were presented at the conference, and were published in a supplementary papers volume.

The main topics of the papers presented at the conference are related to superplasticizers, accelerating admixtures, retarding admixtures, air-entraining agents, shrinkage-reducing agents, superabsorbent polymers, and self-healing admixtures, and their influence on the properties of the concrete in fresh and hardened state. These properties include: workability, slump-loss, time of setting, heat of hydration, strength, durability, shrinkage, and creep of the concrete mixtures.

Thanks are extended to the reviewers for the valuable efforts in reviewing all the manuscripts published in the conference proceedings and in the supplementary volume.

The guidance from Dr. V. M. Malhotra and Prof. M. Collepardi, the Honorary Chairpersons of the conference, is sincerely appreciated.

Also, acknowledged is the support of ACI International for the publication of the proceedings (ACI SP-354).

The Editors

Dr. Denny Coffetti

Prof. Luigi Coppola

Dr. Terence Holland

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committees 212, 236, 238, and 239

Publication Year: 2022

Pages: 406

ISBN: 9781641951852

Formats: Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

SP-354-1:

Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on the Adsorbed Layer Thickness of PCE Comb Polymers

Authors: Johann Plank, Johannes Stecher, and Constantin Tiemeyer

1-12

SP-354-2:

Thixotropic and Chemical Structural Build-Up of Cement Pastes with Superplasticizer under Different Storage Conditions

Authors: Kun Zhang, Alexander Mezhov, and Wolfram Schmidt

13-24

SP-354-3:

Effect of the PCE Side Chain Length and Grafting Density on the Plastic Viscosity of Cement Paste

Authors: David Nicia and Dirk Lowke

25-34

SP-354-4:

Novel Hybrid Additive for Low-Carbon Concrete

Authors: Gilberto Artioli, Anna Bravo, Alberto Brocchi, Fabio Castiglioni,

Maria Chiara Dalconi, Mikaela Decio, Giorgio Ferrari, Marco Mazzetti, Davide Salvioni,

Luca Torelli, and Luca Valentini

35-48

SP-354-5:

Novel Perspective to Explain the Retarding Effect of Organic Admixtures

in Silicate-Activated Slag

Authors: Vlastimil Bílek Jr., Martin Kadlec, Radoslav Novotný, Lukáš Kalina, and Petr Hrubý

49-60

SP-354-6:

Meta-Analysis of PCE Structures as Dispersants in Cementitious Materials

Authors: Thomas Wagner, Tobias Lange, and Torben Gädt

61-74

SP-354-7:

Effect of Calcium Ions on Bio-based Polymers for Rheology Control

Author: Wolfram Schmidt

75-86

SP-354-8:

The Influence of the Molecular Structure of PCEs on the Interaction with Expandable Clays

Authors: Fabio Castiglioni, Giorgio Ferrari, Mariele Gamba, Paolo Clemente,

Giuseppe Alampi, Gianmarco Galliani, Anthony Biancardi, Gilberto Artioli, Luca Valentini,

and Maria Chiara Dalconi

87-98

SP-354-9:

Molecular Design of an Allylether PCE with Enhanced Clay Tollerance

Authors: Yue Zhang and Lei Lei

99-112

SP-354-10:

Study on the Structural Characteristics and Copolymerization Activity of Polyether Macromonomers for Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer

Authors: Zhao Meili, Zhang Lin, Liu Xiao, and Wang Ziming

113-124

SP-354-11:

A Novel Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer Using Polyvinyl Alcohol as Side Chains: Design, Synthesis and Characterization

Authors: Xiao Liu, Qifeng Luo, Ziming Wang, Chunlei Xia, Ming Zhao, Wu Zhou,

Mi Zhou, and Jianan Guan

125-142

SP-354-12:

Effect of Different Retarders and their Combination with Superplasticizer on the Properties of CSA

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

143-156

SP-354-13:

Effect of Solution Chemistry on Superplasticizers in Alkali-Activated Slag

Authors: C. Paillard, N. Sanson, J.-B. d’Espinose de Lacaillerie, G. Ducouret,

P. Boustingorry, M. Jachiet, C. Giraudeau, and V. Kocaba.

157-164

SP-354-14:

Phosphated Superplasticizers as Effective Water Reducing Agent for α Calcium Sulfate Hemihydrate Systems

Authors: My Linh Vo and Johann Plank

165-176

SP-354-15:

Impact of a Novel Slow Absorption Superabsorbent Polymer on Compressive Strength and Autogenous Shrinkage of Concrete

Author: Yuya Akao

177-186

SP-354-16:

Self-Compacting Concrete for the Durable Reinforced Foundations of the Calatrava Bridge in Venice

Authors: Mario Collepardi, Silvia Collepardi, Ettore Menegaldo, and Roberto Troli

187-192

SP-354-17:

Long Term Performance of Corrosion Inhibitors in Concrete

Authors: F. Bolzoni, A. Brenna, S. Beretta, M. V. Diamanti, M. Ormellese, and MP. Pedeferri

193-208

SP-354-18:

Influence of the Hydroxypropylation of Starch on its Performance as Viscosity Modifying Agent

Authors: Kun Zhang, Wolfram Schmidt, and Alexander Mezhov

209-218

SP-354-19:

The Effect of Alkanolamine Admixtures in the Hydration of Limestone Calcined Clay Cements (LC3)

Authors: Franco Zunino and Karen L. Scrivener

219-224

SP-354-20:

PCEs Molecular Structure Formation for Gypsum and Cement-Gypsum Binders

Author: Anatoly I. Vovk

225-232

SP-354-21:

Feasibility Study on PCE Based Superplasticizers in Calcined Clay Blended Cements with Focus on the Type of Phyllosilicate

Authors: Ricarda Sposito, Matthias Maier, Nancy Beuntner, and Karl-Christian Thienel

233-246

SP-354-22:

Combined Use of Calcium Nitrate and Fly Ash to Build ASR-Free Concrete Industrial Floors

Authors: Mario Collepardi, Jean Jacob Ogoumah Olagot, and Roberto Troli

247-254

SP-354-23:

The Effect of the Charge Density of a Comb Polyphosphate Superplasticizer on the Structural Build-Up of Cement Paste

Authors: Alexander Mezhov, Wolfram Schmidt, Hang Zhang, and Charles E. Diesendruck

255-262

SP-354-24:

Thermal Stability of HPEG-Type Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers

Authors: Vyacheslav R. Falikman, Valery L. Ugolkov, Pavel N. Vasilyev, and Ivan V. Bondarenko

263-272

SP-354-25:

Mixing Procedure Parameters Affecting Air Entrainment in Concrete

Authors: Marina Licht, Ida Ros, and Roberta Magarotto

273-286

SP-354-26:

Effect of Hydroxycarboxylate on the Hydration and Properties of High-Belite Calcium Sulphoaluminate Cement

Authors: Ruifeng Tang, Ziming Wang, and Mingzhang Lan

287-296

SP-354-27:

Influence of HPEG-Based Polycarboxylate on the Flow Properties of Alkali-Activated Slag: Sodium Hydroxide and Sodium Carbonate Activated Systems

Authors: Hsien-Keng Chan and Lei Lei

297-308

SP-354-28:

Research and Analysis of a Novel Waterproofing Agent with Strength Enhancing Ability

Authors: Yufeng Li, Serina Ng, Gan Wang, Lei Liu, and Long Wang

309-328

SP-354-29:

The MAXXI Building in Rome with the Long, Inclined and Curvilinear Reinforced Concrete Walls after 18 Years from their Construction

Authors: Mario Collepardi, Silvia Collepardi, Giuseppe Marchese, and Roberto Troli

329-338

SP-354-30:

Mechanism Study on the Slow-Release Effects of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizers with Different Functional Groups in Cement Pastes

Authors: Sun Zhenping, Pang Min, Yang Haijing, Wu Lelin, Ge Haosheng, Shu Xuejun, Shu Doudou, Zhu Weigang, and Luo Qiong

339-346

SP-354-31:

Synthesis and Analysis of an Anti-Segregation Admixture Based on Acrylamide Copolymer

Authors: Tao Ni, Serina Ng, Zhaoyang Liu, Yongmei Wang, Xin Song, and Ke Fengi

347-356

SP-354-32:

Effect of Setting Regulator on the Properties of Cement Paste with Alkali-Free Liquid Accelerator

Authors: Yao Geng, Zhenping Sun, and Chao Chen

357-364

SP-354-33:

Use of Innovative Admixtures in Precast/Prestressed Concrete

Authors: Charles Nmai, Lesley S-C Ko, Thomas Vickers, Jeffrey Bury, and Suzanne Lianopoulos

365-378

SP-354-34:

Methylsiliconate as Set-Retarding Admixture

Authors: Kalina Materak and Marcin Koniorczyk

379-386

SP-354-35:

Nonionic Surfactants as Bubble Stabilizer in Concrete

Authors: Min Qiao, Guangcheng Shan, Jian Chen, Navnxiao Gao, and Qianping Ran

387-394

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