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Proceedings pro113 : International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Concrete with Supplementary Cementitious Materials


Title – Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Concrete with Supplementary Cementitious Materials
Edited by: Ole M. Jensen, Konstantin Kovler and Nele De Belie
e-ISBN:978-2-35158-179-7
ISBN:978-2-35158-178-0
Pages: 470
Publication date: 2016

The conference “Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering – MSSCE 2016” is part of the RILEM week 2016, which consists of a series of parallel and consecutive conference and doctoral course segments on different topics as well as technical and administrative meetings in several scientific organizations. The event is hosted by the Department of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark and the Danish Technological Institute and it is held at the Lyngby campus of the Technical University of Denmark 15-29 August 2016. This volume contains the proceedings of the MSSCE 2016 conference segment on “Concrete with Supplementary Cementitious Materials” (SCM). The conference segment is organized by the RILEM technical committee TC 238-SCM: Hydration and microstructure of concrete with supplementary cementitious materials. TC 238-SCM started activities in 2011 and has about 50 members from all over the world. The main objective of the committee is to support the increasing utilisation of hydraulic and pozzolanic industrial by-products, natural resources and societal waste to obtain more sustainable, less CO2-intensive binders for the construction industry. The TC serves as a knowledge platform where fundamental science and practical expertise are gathered to create a horizontal overview of the research area and to implement and promote the dissemination of more integrated generic approaches into the scientific community. One of the main challenges of the TC is to deal with SCM variability and binder diversification. Some of the papers in these proceedings origin from the work in two COST actions: TU 1404
Service Life of Cement-based Materials and Structures and TU 1301 NORM for Building Materials. The papers from COST TU 1404 are spread across several MSSCE 2016 conference segments and it is planned that a separate set of electronic proceedings for this
COST action will be published after the conference.
The present conference segment deals with theory, modeling, and results from experimental investigations with relation to the use of SCMs in concrete. The topics covered include characterization of SCMs, SCM reactivity in blended cements, cement-SCM interaction, SCM-admixture interaction, hydration products, pore solution composition, effect of SCM on fresh concrete, hardened concrete with SCM, SCM influence on microstructure and durability of concrete with SCM. All these topics have relation to the aforementioned RILEM technical committee 238-SCM. The conference segment is attended by more than 40 presenters from university, industry and practice representing 30 different countries. Hopefully, it will contribute to synthesis of research on concrete with SCMs and promote knowledge transfer
from academia to practice. All contributions have been peer reviewed.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Ole Mejlhede Jensen, Konstantin Kovler, Nele De Belie
Pages: 12-12

Performance evaluation of Aplite rock based geo-polymer binder
Author(s): Samindi Samarakoon, Samdar Kakay, Erland Soli Johnsen, Fredrik Meidell Knutsen,Jon Emil Tobias Knutsson
Pages: 14-23

Evaluation of hardened state properties of GGBS-PC mortars modified by superabsorbent polymers (SAP)
Author(s): Fernando C. R. Almeida, Agnieszka J. Klemm
Pages: 24-33

Can superabsorbent polymers mitigate shrinkage in cementitious materials blended with supplementary cementitious materials?
Author(s): Didier Snoeck, Ole Mejlhede Jensen, Nele De Belie
Pages: 34-43

Influence of particle size distribution of slag, limestone and fly ash on early hydration of cement assessed by isothermal calorimetry
Author(s): Yury Villagrán Zaccardi, Elke Gruyaert, Natalia Alderete, Nele De Belie
Pages: 44-53

Reactivity of fly ash in the presence of chemical activators
Author(s): Frank Winnefeld, Salaheddine Alahrache, Jean-Baptiste Champenois,Frank Hesselbarth, Barbara Lothenbach
Pages: 54-63

Comparison of reaction degrees of slag and fly ash obtained by thermogravimetry and selective dissolution
Author(s): Yury Villagrán Zaccardi, Elke Gruyaert, Nele De Belie
Pages: 64-73

Particle Size Distribution and Specific Surface Area of SCMs compared through experimental techniques
Author(s): Natalia M. Alderete, Yury A. Villagrán, Gabriela S. Coelho Dos Santos, Nele De Belie
Pages: 74-85

Effect of SCMs on hydration kinetics of Portland cements
Author(s): Barbara Lothenbach, Axel Schöler, Maciej Zajac, Mohsen Ben Haha, Frank Winnefeld
Pages: 86-95

Effect of fly ash on pore structure of hardened cement paste measured by thermoporometry
Author(s): Kiyofumi Kurumisawa, Takuya Sugiyama, Masanori Miyamoto, Toyoharu Nawa
Pages: 96 - 105

Radiological study of cements and geopolymers
Author(s): Francisca Puertas, Catalina Gasco, Luis Yague, Nuria Navarro, José Antonio Suarez,
Pages: 106-115

Supplementary cementitious materials in the era of sustainable concrete
Author(s): Vyacheslav Falikman, Nikolai Bashlykov
Pages: 116-125

Realizing the strengths of SCM concretes by recognizing its weaknesses R. Doug Hooton
Author(s): R. Doug Hooton
Pages: 126-135

Durability of high volume fly ash concrete
Author(s): Himabindu Myadaraboina, Mochamad Solikin, Indubhushan Patnaikuni
Pages: 136-145

Natural Zeolites as SCMs: Challenges and solutions
Author(s): Himabindu Myadaraboina, Mochamad Solikin, Indubhushan Patnaikuni
Pages: 146-153

Effects of w/p ratio and limestone filler on permeability of cement pastes
Author(s): Quoc Tri Phung, Norbert Maes, Diederik Jacques, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye
Pages: 154-165

Predictions of the mechanical performance of concrete made with ternary cements
Author(s): Quoc Tri Phung, Norbert Maes, Diederik Jacques, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye
Pages: 166-177

Durability of concrete made with ternary cements containing slag or fly ash and limestone filler
Author(s): Quoc Tri Phung, Norbert Maes, Diederik Jacques, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye
Pages: 178-189

Comparison of the expansion of mortar containing shell powder of surf clam and scallop
Author(s): Akio Watanabe, Kazumi Hirokawa, Takashi Kondo
Pages: 190-201

Eco-concrete for precast elements with effective mineral micro- and eco-fillers
Author(s): Gheorghe-Alexandru David, Joachim Juhart, Elke Krischey, Claudia Baldermann, Florian Mittermayr, Markus Krüger
Pages: 202-211

The effect of SCM replacement on autogenous deformation of high performance concrete
Author(s): Abdulaziz Alaskar, R. Douglas Hooton
Pages: 212-217

Calcined dredged sediments as supplementary cementitious materials: properties and pozzolanic reactivity
Author(s): Ruben Snellings, Liesbeth Horckmans, Pawel Durdzinski, Céline Van Bunderen, Lucie Vandewalle, Koenraad Van Balen, Joris Dockx, Jos Vandekeybus, Özlem Cizer
Pages: 218-225

High volume fly ash hybrid alkali activated cements and concretes for indoor application
Author(s): Pavel Krivenko, Oleksandr Kovalchuk, Valentina Grabovchuk
Pages: 226-235

Physical and mechanical properties of cement mortars with biomass ashes as SCM
Author(s): Mirjana Malešev, Vlastimir Radonjanin, Miroslava Radeka, Slobodan Šupiü, Suzana Draganiü
Pages: 236-245

Differentiating the physical and chemical effects of supplementary cementitious materials in cement mortars
Author(s): Manu Santhanam, Hemalatha M S
Pages: 246-255

Coal bottom ash feasibility study to be a new Portland cement constituent
Author(s): Miguel Angel Sanjuán, Esperanza Menéndez, Cristina Argiz, Amparo Moragues
Pages: 256-265

Physical properties and pore solution analysis of alkali activated fly ash-slag pastes
Author(s): Marija Nedeljkoviü, Yibing Zuo, Kamel Arbi, Guang Ye
Pages: 266-275

Carbonation mechanism of different kinds of C-S-H: Rate and products
Author(s): Bei Wu, Guang Ye
Pages: 276-285

Investigation of the moisture influence on permeation properties of alkali- activated slag concrete
Author(s): Kai Yang, Sreejith Nanukuttan, Changhui Yang, Bryan Magee, Jianxiong Ye, Muhammed Basheer
Pages: 286-295

The rate of strength development of mortar mixes with SCMs at elevated curing temperatures
Author(s): Kai Yang, Sreejith Nanukuttan, Changhui Yang, Bryan Magee, Jianxiong Ye, Muhammed Basheer
Pages: 296 - 305

Outcomes of the RILEM round robin on degree of reaction of slag and fly ash in composite cements
Author(s): Paweá T. DurdziĔski, Mohsen Ben Haha, Susan A. Bernal, Nele De Belie, Elke Gruyaert, Barbara Lothenbach, John L. Provis, Axel Schöler, Christopher Stabler, Zhijun Tan, Anya Vollpracht, Frank Winnefeld, Yury Villagrán Zaccardi, Maciej Zając, Karen L. Scrivener
Pages: 306 - 311

Effect of testing conditions on the loss on ignition results of anhydrous granulated blast furnace slags determined via thermogravimetry
Author(s): Susan Bernal, Xinyuan Ke, Oday Hussein, John Provis
Pages: 312 - 321

Influence of SCM on pore solution composition
Author(s): Anya Vollpracht, Barbara Lothenbach, Ruben Snellings, Johannes Haufe
Pages: 322 -331

Chloride penetration in concrete under compression or splitting tensile load representing 60 - 65 per cent of the ultimate load
Author(s): Hugo Eguez, Nele De Belie, Geert De Schutter
Pages: 332 -343

Applicability of Nordic clays as SCM
Author(s): Harald Justnes, Tone Řstnor, Serina Ng
Pages: 344 - 353

Production of ceramics using bottom ash and fly ash from a thermal power plant Biljana Angjusheva, Emilija Fidancevska, Vilma Ducman, Ljubica Vladicevska
Author(s): Ole Mejlhede Jensen, Konstantin Kovler, Nele De Belie
Pages: 354 - 361

Ultra high performance concrete (UHPC) with low silica fume contents and limestone aggregates
Author(s): Guillermo Hernández-Carrillo, Alejandro Durán-Herrera, Pedro L. Valdez-Tamez
Pages: 362 - 371

Internal curing of high performance concrete with superabsorbent polymers: Evaluation of durability
Author(s): Jennifer Anette Canul Polanco, Alejandro Durán Herrera, Pedro Leobardo Valdez Tamez
Pages: 372- 383

Do supplementary cementitious materials and blended cements indeed increase cracking potential of concrete?
Author(s): Konstantin Kovler
Pages: 384 - 395

Replacement of cement with waste ceramic powder in cementitious composites: Results of a preliminary investigation
Author(s): Liberato Ferrara, Peter Deegan, Andrea Pattarini, Mohammed Sonebi, Su Taylor
Pages: 396 - 405

Permeability of ambient cured fly ash geopolymer concrete blended with additives
Author(s): Pradip Nath, Prabir Sarker
Pages: 406-415

Sintering of ceramics based on mechanically astivated fly ash
Author(s): Emilija Fidanchevski, Jorg Bossert, Biljana Angjusheva, Vojo Jovanov, Vineta Srebrenkoska
Pages: 416-425

Investigation of the effect of partial replacement of Portland cement by fly ash on carbonation using TGA and SEM-EDS
Author(s): Andres Belda Revert, Klaartje De Weerdt, Karla Hornbostel, Mette Geiker
Pages: 426-435

Effects of waste glass and activating solution on tungsten mining waste alkali- activated binders
Author(s): Gediminas Kastiukas, Xiangming Zhou
Pages: 436-445

Performance of alusilica as mineral admixture in cementitious systems
Author(s): Lin Chi, Ole Mejlhede Jensen
Pages: 446-455

Mitigation of early age shrinkage in self-consolidating paste systems using superabsorbent polymers
Author(s): Syed Ali Rizwan, Shozab Mustafa, Waleed Ahmed
Pages: 456 - 467