Durability of Building Materials and Components 8: Service life and durability of materials and components

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Michael A. Lacasse, Dana J. Vanier
NRC Research Press, 1999 - Building materials - 2954 pages
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Volume one of a set of four, this text contains the proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Building Materials and Componenets (8dbmc) held in Vancouver in 1999. The book contains four parts each reflecting contributions made to the durability of specific building materials, namely: concrete, masonry, wood and polymers.
 

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Contents

Degradation mechanisms and service life of concrete slabs
16
Estimation of service life of concrete pipes in sewer networks
36
The real service life of road bridges in Sweden a case study
56
Properties of and service life predictions for high performance
71
a GIS approach
84
An engineered model for service life of marine concrete structures
94
Survey of the durability of the facades of 4000 dwellings in northern
97
STUDIES ON STRENGTH AND DURABILITY OF CONCRETE
105
Prediction of concrete crack opening caused by reinforcing
300
The use of galvanostatic pulse measurements to determine corrosion
310
The evaluation of flexural strength of RC beams damaged by rebar
320
a comprehensive experimental program
331
A Miltenberger J J Luciano and B D Miller
341
Prediction of corrosion resistance of concrete structures
354
A simplified method to estimate corrosion rates a new approach
376
Sustainability by strengthening the relation between disciplines
377

Performance of strained bituminous waterproofing membranes
108
Effect of matrix proportions and curing temperature on
118
Development of a reliabilitybased durability design method
120
Investigations of mass and energy flow in existing buildings
133
Degradation analysis by statistical methods
134
Avoiding the thaumasite form of sulfate attack
139
R R Marshall 1011
143
Assessment of building rehabilitation expediency in Bulgaria
158
Microstructure of autoclaved aerated concrete subjected
159
The use of performance and durability data in assessment of life
172
Experimentation on physical durability of multilayer panels cast
180
integrating the supply chain
183
Tenets of sustainable roofing
196
Characterisation of impact damage in fibrereinforced cement
201
A prototype distributed CIC system based on IAI standards
208
Analysis of phenomenological perceptions of effectiveness
220
Assessment and interpretation of insitu strength of concrete
222
Using images pattern recognition and neural networks for coating
233
Definition of a preconditioning
236
Project management issues in remote CAD outsourcing
245
SO environment degradation of synthetic pastes of Portland cement
246
Effect of repeated load on micro structure and carbonation
256
A building lifecycle information system for tracking building
257
Industry foundation class modeling for estimating and scheduling
270
The development of an integrated life cycle costing model using
276
Durability of cracked fibre reinforced concrete structures exposed
280
EDS analysis as a prediction method for cement degradation in
290
Characterization of chloride environment along a highway
399
Quality control problems in high performance concrete structures
436
Durable concrete through skin treatment with
453
Concrete products using fine aggregate recycled from waste
475
Durability of polymer modified and impregnated gypsum
485
Bearing strength of concrete containing polystyrene aggregate
505
Physical and mathematical modelling of masonry deterioration
527
Characterisation of materials used in the replacement of sculptures
550
Long term migration of silicone into stone and its prevention
593
Mapping of visual decay forms and infrared imaging of stone
613
Survey results regarding attitude towards stonecleaning of building
635
Total lifecycle cost
637
Durability of renovated and painted wooden windows
658
Inservice moisture content of hardboard lap siding in Southern
680
The residual strength of timber degraded by woodworm infestation
714
the 4
734
R H Leicester and G C Foliente
756
Durability of wood
780
Development of a durability classification system for protective
801
Correlation of the effects of artificial and natural weathering
814
New prediction methods of service life of polymeric finishing
835
A new type of clear coating systems for wood
854
The effect of heat aging on acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene ABS
873
Author Index
901
Facility lifecycle cost analysis based on fuzzy sets theory
903
Subject Index
907
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