PDF) Advanced Cementitious Materials: Mechanical Behavior

Several types of advanced cementitious materials, including fiber-reinforced cement composite, eco-friendly concrete including supplementary cementitious materials (i.e., fly ash, ground

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International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials

The International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials (IJCSM) provides an international forum for international civil engineers and material scientists to present and discuss various topics related to concrete, cement-based composites, polymer concrete, fiber-reinforced concrete, and concrete structures.Topics include, but are not limited to, research results on

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Environmental implications of Geopolymers - Materials Today

The majority of the scientific articles were published in Construction and Building Materials (232), Cement and Concrete Composites (82), Cement and Concrete Research (81), Ceramics International (58) and Journal of Hazardous Materials (48). As early as 1994, Davidovits mentioned the potential for this fly ash-based geopolymer cement.

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materials in concrete Topic

The principal ingredients that make up the concrete mix are: cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate, water, chemical admixtures, and mineral admixtures. Concrete used in construction may also contain reinforcing bars, welded wire fabric (wire mesh), and various reinforcing fibers. The quality of the ingredients, their proportions, and the way they are mixed all affect the strength of the

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Special Issue on Energy-Efficient and Environmentally

This special issue also covers how these environmentally conscious materials, such as self-consolidating concrete, antifreeze concrete, and WMA, lead to economic and effective solutions to pavement needs, especially as they are applied and modeled for aggressive environments (by Lomboy et al., Barna et al., and Liu et al.).

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Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology - JST

Special Issue, "Aging Management of Concrete Structures in Nuclear Power Plants (Part II)," has been published. The special issue is freely downloadable from Volume 19(2021). Note: The Special Issue is placed in a section at the top of Volume 19(2021). Click Volume 19(2021).

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Combination of compressive strength test and ultrasonic

The concrete properties that affect UPV are related to the physical properties of the medium: aggregate size, grading, type and content, the cement type, water to cement ratio, admixtures, and age of concrete. 1, 2 In addition, other parameters that can affect the measurement are improper transducer contact, temperature of concrete, size and

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Characterization and Development of Cementitious Materials

Mineral fines, also known as supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs), can be used as partial substitution of cement in concrete manufacturing either in blended cements or incorporated separately to the concrete mix and have become an integral component of high strength, high performance and self-compacting concrete mix design.

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Potential CO2 reduction and uptake due to

National Institute on Advanced Eco-Efficient Cement-Based Technologies, Brazil. Department of Construction Engineering, Escola Politécnica, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil Besides, increasing the filler content in mortars and plain concrete is a desirable strategy, Issue 2. Special Issue: Material Efficiency for Climate

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Cementitious Materials Topic - Concrete

The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design

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Materials and Structures | Volumes and issues

June 2007, issue 5; May 2007, issue 4. Special Issue: Advanced cement-based materials - Research and teaching (Guest Editor: Ole Mejlhede Jensen) April 2007, issue 3. Special Issue: Advances in concrete through science and engineering (Guest Editor: W. J. Weiss) March 2007, issue 2; January 2007, issue 1

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