Materials science of concrete: the Sidney Diamond Symposium
This book is a collection of papers from the symposium honoring Professor Sidney Diamond of the School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, one of the leading scholars in the field of concrete science. The volume contains: Chemical and physical aspects of mechanisms of hydration of cements; development of concrete microstructure and mechanical properties; and various aspect of mechanisms of concrete deterioration, including alkali-silica reaction (ASR), freezing-thawing, and corrosion of reinforcement. Includes Dr. Diamond's paper, "Concrete Porosity Revisited."
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Microstructure Porosity and Permeability
Trace Elements in Clinker and Their Use as Fingerprints
Formation of Jennite and Tobermorite and Their Relationship
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28 days admixtures air voids alkali Alkali-Silica Reaction American Ceramic Society analysis ASR gel ASTM autogenous shrinkage calcined calcined sludges calcium hydroxide calcium silicate Cement and Concrete cement paste cementitious chemical chloride clinker composition compressive strength concentration Concr Copyright Clearance Center cracks crystals degree of hydration density diameter effect equation ettringite expansion of mortar experimental FABC-A fibre Figure fly ash fracture gypsum hardened mortar impact increase interface interfacial zone investigated ions jennite material measured mechanisms metakaolin microstructure mixtures modulus mortar bars NaOH solution observed obtained packing parameters particles permeability pessimum pore solution porosity Portland cement pozzolanic properties reaction products reactive aggregate rheology samples sand shown shows silica fume SiO2 slag Society or fee specimens steam curing structure sulfate superplasticizer surface Table temperature tensile strength thermal unhydrated cement values viscosity w/c ratio X-ray yield stress