SP-095: Properties of Concrete at Early Ages

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Early age history of concrete is crucial to determining how crete will be. Knowledge of the environmental effects on concrete at early ages is needed to predict concrete deflections and crack resistance. Properties of Concrete at Early Ages offers the information needed on properties of concrete at early ages for the engineer to ensure safe construction practices. Various topics presented include: field control and monitoring of concrete strength gain, the early-age behavior of reinforced concrete members, and mechanical properties in young concrete. Other topics are: early age shear strength, effect of early age construction loads on long term behavior of slab structures, and effect of accelerated curing.


Document Details

Publication Year: 1986

Pages: 204

ISBN: 9780870317231

Categories: Materials

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-Temperature Matched Curing Systems, by A. Williams

-Curing Technology at the Faroe Bridges, Denmark,

by H-H. Gotfredsen and G. M. Idorn

-Temperature-Related Mechanical Effects in Concrete

Elements and Optimization of the Manufacturing Process,

by P. Acker, C. Foucrier, and Y. Malier

-Thermal and Thermomechanical Analysis of a Cylindrical

Cementitious Plug Hydrating in a Borehole, by C. Gotsis,

D. M. Roy, P. H. Licastro, and S.Kaushal

-Early-Age Shear Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams,

by S. P. Shah, R. A. Miller, and T. E. Virding

-Behavior of Portland Cement Mortar in Flexure at Early Ages,

by F. H. Fouad and H. L. Furr

-Static and Dynamic Elastic Modulus of Concrete as Affected

by Mix Composition and Compressive Strength, by W. Hansen

-Mechanical Strength Property of Concrete at Early Ages as

Reflected by Schmidt Rebound Number, Ultrasonic Pulse

Velocity, and Ultrasonic Attenuation, by G. V. Teodoru

-Effects of Accelerated Curing Procedures on Nature and

Properties of Cement and Cement-Fly Ash Pastes, by K. Mather

-Effect of High Early-Age Construction Loads on the Long Term

Behavior of Slab Structures, by H. C. Fu and N. J. Gardner


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