Concrete: Microstructure, Properties, and Materials
McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 17, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 659 pages
This textbook presents the art and science of concrete in a simple, clear, hands-on manner.
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Part II Concrete Materials Mix Proportioning and EarlyAge Properties
Part III Recent Advances and Concrete in the Future
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ACI Committee air-entraining ASTM calcium hydroxide calcium silicate capillary cement concrete cement content cement hydration cementitious Chap chemical clinker coarse aggregate coefficient composition compressive strength Concr concrete containing concrete mixtures concrete strength concrete structures construction corrosion cracking creep crete curing deterioration drying shrinkage durability effect elastic modulus ettringite expansion fibers Figure fly ash fracture fracture mechanics fresh concrete gypsum hardened high-strength concrete hydrated cement paste hydration products hydration reactions increase interfacial transition zone load mass concrete material matrix maximum method microcracks microstructure mineral admixtures mix proportions mixing water mortar percent permeability pores porosity pozzolan reaction reduce reinforced concrete resistance rocks seawater shown in Fig silica fume slump specimens steel strain strength of concrete stress sulfate attack superplasticizer surface Table temperature tensile strength tensile stress thermal Type typical voids volume water-cement ratio water-reducing workability