Materials Science of Concrete VII
Francis Young, Jan P. Skalny
Wiley, May 1, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 305 pages
This seventh volume of the Materials Science of Concrete series presents carefully selected state-of-the-art reviews on selected topics relevant to concrete and cement. This collection of new developments and information in the field of cement-based materials is a valuable resource for scientists, engineers, and academics interested in concrete.
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Thermodynamics of Cement Hydration
A Historical Overview
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absorption adsorption aggregates air voids alite alkali aluminate analysis aqueous belite Ca/Si Calcium Silicate capillary cement hydration cement systems Ceram chemical chloride concentration clinker clinker phases components Concr concrete crystalline curvature diffraction drying elastic modulus enthalpy equation equilibrium ettringite experimental F. P. Glasser Figure flexural strength formation fractal free lime free shrinkage freezing gradient heat hydration reaction immersed initial interaction interface internal RH investigation isotherms kinetics liquid material measured mechanisms microscopy microstructure mixtures mmol/L moisture mortar samples NaCl Neutron Neutron Scattering nonevaporable water numerical occurs oxide phase composition pore fluid porous portland cement portland cement pastes portlandite potential predicted ratio reaction relative humidity salt saturated shown in Fig shrinkage stress slag sodium chloride solid solubility solution specimens structure studies sulfate ions surface tension Synchrotron temperature test results thaumasite thermodynamic tion tricalcium silicate vapor pressure Vycor water content water vapor X-ray