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Proceedings pro007 : 1st International RILEM Symposium on Self-Compacting Concrete Stockholm, Sweden (1999)


Title: 1st International RILEM Symposium on Self-Compacting Concrete
Stockholm, Sweden (1999)
Edited by ┼. Skarendahl and Í. Petersson
ISBN: 2-912143-09-8
e-ISBN: 2912143721
Pages: 804
Publication date: 1999

The interest for self-compacting concrete has rapidly increased world wide following the pioneering work done in Japan not more than a decade ago. 1976 RILEM established a Technical Committee with the objective to gather, analyse and present the state-of-the art of the emerging technology as well as to look for unified views on testing and evaluation. The committee started work 1977 and is through this symposium, held in Stockholm in September 1999, offering a broad platform for information and discussion on the technology. The work of the committee is planned to be closed with a final report at the beginning of the next millennium.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): ┼. Skarendhal
Pages: XV - XV

Membership
Author(s): ┼. Skarendhal
Pages: XVI - XVI

Part 1 - Keynote lectures


Self-compacting concrete - Development, present and future
Author(s): H. Okamura, M. Ouchi
Pages: 3 - 14

SCC is an important step towards industrialisation of the building industry
Author(s): J. Byfors
Pages: 15 - 21

Part 2 - Rheology/Workability


Evaluation of flow of self-compacting concrete by visualization technique
Author(s): S. Urano, C. Hashimoto, Y. Tsuji
Pages: 25 - 34

Three-dimensional discrete element simulation of rheology tests of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): M.A. Noor, T. Uomoto
Pages: 35 - 46

Fine mortars rheology in mix design of SCC
Author(s): P. Billberg
Pages: 47 - 58

Rheological approach to passing ability between reinforcing bars of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): T. Noguchi, S.G. Oh, F. Tomosawa
Pages: 59 - 70

A flow analysis for self-compacting concrete
Author(s): Y. Muroga, T. Ohsuga, S. Date, A. Hirata
Pages: 71 - 82

Characterization of the rheological properties of cement paste for use in self-compacting concrete
Author(s): A.W. Saak, H.M. Jennings, S.P. Shah
Pages: 83 - 94

Rheology tests for self-compacting oncrete - How useful are they for the design of concrete mix for full scale production?
Author(s): M. Emborg
Pages: 95 - 105

Part 3 - Properties


Properties of mortar for self-compacting concrete
Author(s): P.L.J. Domone, J. Jin
Pages: 109 - 120

A simple evaluation method for interaction between coarse aggregate and mortar particles in self-compacting concrete
Author(s): M. Ouchi, Y. Edamatsu
Pages: 121 - 130

Comparative study on the induced hydration, drying and deformations of self-compacting and ordinary mortars
Author(s): G. Villain, V. Baroghel-Bouny, C. Kounkou
Pages: 131 - 142

Stability of self compacting concrete, advantages, and potential applications
Author(s): K.H. Khayat, C. Hu, H. Monty
Pages: 143 - 152

Self-compacting concrete stability control
Author(s): F. Cussigh
Pages: 153 - 162

Study on self-compactibility of high-fluidity concrete
Author(s): H. Fujiwara, S. Nagataki
Pages: 163 - 174

Microstructural features and related properties of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): J. Trńgňrdh
Pages: 175 - 186

Chloride diffusion of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): L. Tang, A. Andalen, J.-O. Johansson, S. Hjelm
Pages: 187 - 198

Strength of hardened self-compacting concrete
Author(s): J.C. Gibbs, W. Zhu
Pages: 199 - 209

Properties of SCC - Especially early age and long term shrinkage and salt frost resistance
Author(s): H.E. Gram, P. Piiparinen
Pages: 211 - 225

Drying shrinkage of self-compacting concrete containing milled limestone
Author(s): V.K. Bui, D. Montgomery
Pages: 227 - 238

Creep, shrinkage and elastic modulus of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): B. Persson
Pages: 239 - 250

Compparative study on properties of self-compacting and high performance concrete used in precast construction
Author(s): P. Rougeau, J.L. Maillard, C. Mary-Dippe
Pages: 251 - 261

Influence of constituents on the properties of self-compacting repair materials
Author(s): F.J. O'Flaherty, P.S. Mangat
Pages: 263 - 274

Hardened SCC and its bond with reinforcement
Author(s): M. Sonebi, P.J.M. Bartos
Pages: 275 - 289

Structural response of self-consolidating concrete columns
Author(s): K.H. Khayat, S. Tremblay, P. Paultre
Pages: 291 - 306

Part 4 - Mix design


A rational mix-design method for self-compacting concrete considering interaction between coarse aggregate and mortar particles
Author(s): Y. Edamatsu, N. Nishida, M. Ouchi
Pages: 309 - 320

Optimization of self-compacting concrete thanks to packing model
Author(s): T. Sedran, F. de Larrard
Pages: 321 - 332

Investigation on blocking of self-compacting concrete with different maximum aggregate size and use of viscosity agent instead of filler
Author(s): Í. Petersson, P. Billberg
Pages: 333 - 344

Utility of statistical models in proportioning self-consolidating concrete
Author(s): K.H. Khayat, A. Ghezal, M.S. Hadriche
Pages: 345 - 359

Toward mix design for rheology of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): S.G. Oh, T. Noguchi, F. Tomosawa
Pages: 361 - 372

Mixture proportioning method for self-compacting high performance concrete with minimum paste volume
Author(s): V.K. Bui, D. Montgomery
Pages: 373 - 384

Concrete mixture proportioning with optimal dry packing
Author(s): T.T. Roshavelov
Pages: 385 - 396

Design of self-compacting concrete for durable concrete structures
Author(s): F. Jacobs, F. Hunkeler
Pages: 397 - 407

Part 5 - Constituent materials in SCC


Multi component polymer concrete admixtures
Author(s): T.A. BŘrge
Pages: 411 - 424

Performance of a new-developed powder polycarboxylic acid superplasticizer
Author(s): K. Tsukada, K. Soeda, H. Hayashi, H. Isomura
Pages: 425 - 436

Influence of temperature on the dispersibility of polycarboxylate type superplasticizers for highly fluid concrete
Author(s): K. Yamada, T. Yanagisawa, S. Hanehara
Pages: 437 - 448

Property of new polysaccharide derivative as a viscosity agent for self-compacting concrete
Author(s): H. Yamamuro
Pages: 449 - 459

New admixture to self-compacting concrete
Author(s): P. Davoust
Pages: 461 - 471

Reduction of viscosity of concrete with modified lignosulphonate
Author(s): K. Reknes
Pages: 473 - 484

Shrinkage and shrinkage reduction of self-compacting concrete
Author(s): F.J. Wombacher
Pages: 485 - 495

The use of steel fibres in self-compacting concrete
Author(s): P. Groth, D. Nemegeer
Pages: 497 - 507

Testing and performance of fiber-reinforced self-consolidating concrete
Author(s): K.H. Khayat, Y. Roussel
Pages: 509 - 521

Effect of rheological parameters on self-compactibility of concrete containing various mineral admixtures
Author(s): A. Yahia, M. Tanimura, A. Shimabukuro, Y. Shimoyama
Pages: 523 - 535

Influence of microfillers on proportioning of mortar in self compacting concrete
Author(s): K. Takada, G.I. Pelova, J.C. Walraven
Pages: 537 - 548

A study of self-compacting HPC with superfine sand and pozzolanic additives
Author(s): C. Jianxiong, P. Xincheng, H. Yubin
Pages: 549 - 560

The effect of different additions on flowability of SCC
Author(s): P. Nischer
Pages: 561 - 567

Studies on self-compacting high performance concrete with high volume mineral additives
Author(s): W. Fang, C. Jianxiong, Y. Changhui
Pages: 569 - 578

Self-compactibility of fresh concrete with non-ferrous metal slag fine aggregates
Author(s): M. Shoya, M. Aba, S. Sugita, Y. Tsukinaga, K. Tokuhashi
Pages: 579 - 590

Energy modified cement in SCC
Author(s): P. Billberg
Pages: 591 - 602

Part 6 - Applications


Field applications of self-compacting concrete with advantageous performances
Author(s): T. Mizobuchi, S. Yanai, K. Takada, N. Sakata, Y. Nobuta
Pages: 605 - 616

Evaluation on the practicability of SCC
Author(s): M.K. Maeda, K. Yamada, A. Uchida
Pages: 617 - 628

Application of high-strength self-compacting concrete to prestressed concrete outer tank for LNG storage
Author(s): T. Nishizaki, F. Kamada, R. Chikamatsu, H. Kawashima
Pages: 629 - 638

Full scale casting of bridges with self-compacting concrete
Author(s): P. Billberg, Í. Petersson, T. Ísterberg
Pages: 639 - 650

Self-compacting concrete - Industrialised site cast concrete
Author(s): M. Grauers
Pages: 651 - 658

Application of low shrinkage type self-compacting concrete to an advanced large water purification plant
Author(s): R. Chikamatsu, C. Shinkai, H. Kushigemachi
Pages: 659 - 668

SCC for tunnel-lining
Author(s): V. Wetzig
Pages: 669 - 680

SCC tunnel applications: Cleuson Dixence project and Loetschberg basis tunnel, Switzerland
Author(s): J. Botte, J. Burdin, M. Zermatten
Pages: 681 - 693

SCC and the new era for the precast concrete industry
Author(s): H.W. Bennenk
Pages: 695 - 704

Development and usage of self-compacting concrete in precast concrete field
Author(s): H. Humehara, D. Hamada, H. Yamamuro, S. Oka
Pages: 705 - 716

The use of SCC for precast elements
Author(s): J. Steigenberger
Pages: 717 - 721

Full-scale tests for housing
Author(s): L. S÷derlind
Pages: 723 - 728

The use of SCC for building the millenium tower in vienna
Author(s): R. Pichler
Pages: 729 - 731

Production of self-compacting concrete for civil engineering - Case studies
Author(s): M. Emborg, C. Hedin
Pages: 733 - 742

Experience from full scale production of steel fibre reinforced self-compacting concrete
Author(s): J. Gustafsson
Pages: 743 - 754

A new approach to contract specifications for constructing durable marine structures using self compacting concrete
Author(s): S.R. Curtis
Pages: 755 - 766

Quality assurance for self-compacting concrete (SCC)
Author(s): L.G. Tviksta
Pages: 767 - 775

AIJ recommended practice for high-fluidity concrete for building construction
Author(s): F. Tomosawa, Y. Masuda, I. Izumi, M. Hayakawa
Pages: 775 - 786