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Proceedings pro048 : First International RILEM Symposium on Advances in Concrete Through Science and Engineering


Title: First International RILEM Symposium on Advances in Concrete Through Science and Engineering
Edited by J. Weiss, K. Kovler, J. Marchand, and S. Mindess
ISBN: None
e-ISBN: 2912143926
Pages: 1616
Publication date: 2004

The International Symposium "Advances in Concrete through Science and Engineering" organized by the Center for Advanced Cement Based Materials (ACBM) at Northwestern University and the International Union of Laboratories of Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM) in Evanston, Illinois, on March 21-24, 2004, in conjunction with the RILEM spring meeting, deals with three important areas in modern concrete science and engineering: early-age behavior, durability, and fiber reinforcement. Arnon Bentur is one of the few people who have made notable contributions to advances and innovations in all three of these areas. To honor Prof. Bentur's 60th birthday, his service to research and engineering and to recognize his national and international leadership in cement and concrete science and technology, a special symposium is held in his honor, on 24 March 2004.
The career of Prof. Bentur has been characterized by a combination of contributions to the advanced scientific research of construction materials, and the dissemination and application of this know-how to the engineering profession through applied research and leading activities in standardization.
The unique contribution of Arnon Bentur is in intertwining these fields into meaningful and oriented activities, and thus to provide an impact across the entire profession. His contributions have had, and continue to have, major impact on a variety of topics, such as the engineering and fundamentals of the long term performance of fiber reinforced concretes, the durability of silica fume concretes, the composite nature of high strength concretes, the control of early age cracking in advanced cementitious systems, and the development of special binders such as cement-gypsum-silica fume and oil shale ash cements.


Contents


1. Early Age


Unrestrained Early Age Shrinkage of Concrete with Polypropylene, PVA, and Carbon Fibers
Author(s): T. Wongtanakitcharoen, A. E. Naaman

Prediction of concrete setting
Author(s): Anton K. Schindler

Plastic shrinkage cracking of concrete modified with silica fume and metakaolin
Author(s): Shashi S. Marikunte, Akhil S. Hiranya, Nicole Darling

Capabilities and limitations
Author(s): Ø. Bjøntegaard, E.J. Sellevold

Modelling of the influence of water-cement ratio on early age (micro-)cracking
Author(s): E. Schlangen, E.A.B. Koenders

Surface characterization of blended cements by H2O and N2 sorption isotherms
Author(s): Ivindra Pane, Will Hansen

Cement mortars and concretes
Author(s): C. Porteneuve, K.L. Scrivener, A. Jeknavorian, G. Gal, E. Gallucci, F. Serafin

Effect of alkali on the hydration of blast furnace slag in the presence of calcium hydroxide
Author(s): J. J. Biernacki, R. Dirrix, K. Meenakshisundaram, W. Hansen

Effects of early misting on concrete shrinkage
Author(s): Juan Lozoya, Craig M. Newtson

Effect of drying history on the course of cement hydration
Author(s): Th. Adam, P. Grübl

The effect of curing conditions on the properties of geopolymeric materials derived from fly ash
Author(s): Sindhunata, Grant C. Lukey, Xu Jannie S.J.

Monitoring of concrete curing using nanotechnology/MEMS devices
Author(s): Mohamed Saafi, Peter Romine

Discontinuous capillary porosity in concrete – Does it exist?
Author(s): Mohamed Saafi, Peter Romine

Time domain reflectometry for measuring watercement ratio of concrete
Author(s): Xiong Yu, Vincent P. Drnevich, Jan Olek

Study on the properties of young concrete with fly ash using electrical measurement
Author(s): Zongjin Li, Lianzhen Xiao, Xiaosheng Wei

Development of porosity and autogenous shrinkage of early age concrete
Author(s): Yilmaz Akkaya, Maria Konsta-Gdoutos, Karthik Obla, Surendra P. Shah

The influence of temperature on the hydration process of concrete evaluated through ultrasound technique
Author(s): Turgay Öztürk, Otto Kroggel, Peter Grübl

Ultrasonic assessment of early-age changes in the material properties of cementitious materials
Author(s): Kolluru V. Subramaniam, Jaejun Lee

Thermo-kinetics of cement hydration: temperature effect and activation energy
Author(s): Yanfei Peng, Will Hansen, Claus Borgnakke, Ivindra Pane, J.C. Roumain, Joseph J. Biernacki

Early age properties of portland cement pastes investigated with ultrasonic shear waves and numerical simulation
Author(s): Zhihui Sun, Guang Ye, Thomas Voigt, Surendra P. Shah, Klaas van Breugel

Thermal dilation and internal relative humidity in hardened cement paste
Author(s): Zachary C. Grasley, David A. Lange

Numerical modeling of hydration driven moisture changes
Author(s): E.A.B. Koenders, K. van Breugel

Heat of hydration and strength development in high-performance concrete
Author(s): Maria Kaszynska

Evolution of the thermal expansion coefficient of UHPC incorporating very fine fly ash and metakaolin
Author(s): Stéphanie Staquet, Bernard Espion

A look at the stress rate versus time of cracking relationship observed in the restrained ring test
Author(s): Emmanuel K. Attiogbe, Jason Weiss, Heather T. See

The effects of fiber restraint on the shrinkage of cement composites
Author(s): John Bolander, Zhen Li

A new technique for characterization of early-age cracking of mortars
Author(s): V. Lamour, A. Haouas, M. Moranville, R. Schell

Cracking tendency of HSC: tensile strength and self generated stress in the period of setting and early hardening
Author(s): Tor Arne Hammer, Kjell Tore Fosså, Øyvind Bjøntegaard

Numerical and experimental tests of concrete members at early age
Author(s): Barbara Klemczak, Stanislaw Majewski

Predicting strength development of concrete by time domain reflectometry
Author(s): Xiong Yu, Vincent P. Drnevich, Jan Olek

Interface shear transfer in jointed or cracked concrete pavements
Author(s): E. A. Jensen, W. Hansen

Prediction of cement paste properties using a hydration model
Author(s): Ki-Bong Park, Takafumi Noguchi, Joel Plawsky

Development of mortar and concrete with high early strength
Author(s): Jean Péra, Jean Ambroise

Influences of heat of hydration on autogenous shrinkage induced stresses in reinforced high strength concrete columns at early ages.
Author(s): Keiichi Imamoto

The 2004 Practice and Potential of Internal Curing of Concrete Using Lightweight Sand
Author(s): John W. Roberts

High early strength concrete with 51% fly ash replacement
Author(s): Richard Szecsy

The rheology of fiber-reinforced cement paste evaluated by a parallel plate rheometer
Author(s): Katherine G. Kuder, Nilufer Ozyurt, Bin Mu, S. P. Shah

Hydration and properties development of selfcompacting concrete
Author(s): Anne-Mieke Poppe, Geert De Schutter

Properties of self-consolidating concrete containing Class F fly ash
Author(s): Raissa P. Douglas, Van K. Bui, Yilmaz Akkaya, Surendra P. Shah

Early age behaviour of SCC
Author(s): K. Ganesh Babu, P. Dinakar

Repair of water power dams and harbours
Author(s): Bertil Persson

Development of cement-based materials for construction by contour crafting (CCC)
Author(s): Pingsheng Zhu, Yan Xiao, Khoshnevis Behrokh

2. Durability


A micromechanical model for characterization of cement paste at early age validated with experiments
Author(s): Guang Ye, Zhi Hui Sun, Thomas Voigt, K. van Breugel, S.P. Shah

Chloride binding in the CaO-SiO2-Al2O3-SO3-Na2O-CO2-H2O system for Portland cement
Author(s): Erik P. Nielsen, Duncan Herfort, Mette R. Geiker

2D-analysis of chloride ingress in the tidal zone of marine concrete structures
Author(s): S.J.H. Meijers, E. Schlangen

Chloride diffusion through saturated concrete: numerical and experimental results
Author(s): A. Khitab, S. Lorente, J.P. Ollivier

What diffusion coefficient is used for chloride diffusion modeling?
Author(s): M.R. de Rooij, R.B. Polder

Prediction of the long-term durability of lightweight aggregate concrete mixtures under severe marine environment
Author(s): Yannick Maltais, Jacques Marchand, Éric Samson, Douglas Burke

Insitu electrical conductivity measurements to assess moisture and ionic transport in concrete (A discussion of critical features that influence the measurements)
Author(s): Farshad Rajabipour, Jason Weiss, Dulcy M. Abraham

Contribution of modeling to the appraisal of infrastructures affected by alkali-silica reaction
Author(s): Bruno Capra, Kefei Li

The damage function concept in the deterioration science of concrete
Author(s): Richard A. Livingston

A study on application of natural pozzolans in concrete – for strength and durability
Author(s): P.R. Chakrabarti, Phuoc Nguyen

Flow calculation and thermodynamics in wet frost exposure of cement based materials
Author(s): Stefan Jacobsen, Frank Melandsø, Hung Thanh Nguyen

Magnesian cements – Fundamental for sustainability in the built environment
Author(s): A John W Harrison

Modeling and testing the freeze-thaw attack by micro-ice-lens model and CDF/CIF-test
Author(s): Max J. Setzer

Mechanism for salt scaling of a cementitious surface
Author(s): John J. Valenza II, George W. Scherer

The resistance of rebars with functionally graded inorganic coatings against sodium chloride corrosion as is measured by impedance spectroscopy
Author(s): David Jolivet, David Bonen, Surendra P. Shah

Assessment of the performance of concrete structures attacked by reinforcement corrosion
Author(s): Geir Horrigmoe, Trond Hansen

In-situ monitoring of reaction chemistries in concrete molecular vibration spectroscopy & functional membranes
Author(s): Masoud Ghandehari

Corrosion products that form on steel within cement paste
Author(s): T.D. Marcotte, C.M. Hansson

Physical and chemical modeling of Portland cement pastes under seawater attack
Author(s): Emmanuel Guillon, Micheline Moranville

Durability modeling of reinforcement corrosion in cracked concrete structures
Author(s): Kefei Li, Bruno Capra, Olivier Bernard

Experimental determination of the effects of steel grade and reinforcement percentage on the behavior of short concrete columns subjected to corrosion
Author(s): M. H. Swellam, S. M. Hilal, H. H. Bahnasawi, M. A. Khafaga

Simulation of expansion in cement based materials subjected to external sulfate attack
Author(s): B. Mobasher, C. Ferraris

Experimental data on the alkalinity evolution of the pore solution in concrete affected by alkali-silica reaction
Author(s): Patrice Rivard, Marc-André Bérubé, Jean-Pierre Ollivier, Gérard Ballivy

Acid resistance of concrete
Author(s): Wolfgang Breit

Effects of selective decalcification on the chemical structure and dimensional stability of cement and tricalcium silicate paste
Author(s): Jeffrey J. Thomas, Jeffrey J. Chen, Hamlin M. Jennings, Andrew J. Allen, Dan A. Neumann

Alteration of cement pastes by organic acids
Author(s): A. Bertron, J. Duchesne, G. Escadeillas

Design of concrete for restoration interventions on buildings of Byzantine era - Evaluation of their chemical and mechanical characteristics
Author(s): Antonia Moropoulou, Eleni Aggelakopoulou, Asterios Bakolas, Fotis Tzanetos, Panagiota Psymogerakou

Correlations between stress, strain, crack parameters and permeation characteristics of cementitious systems for durability assessments
Author(s): Aparna Nagaraj, Nataliya Hearn

Effect of granular skeleton on concrete porosity and gas permeability: mix stability and consolidation process
Author(s): Xavier Willem, Luc Courard, Anne Darimont, Robert Degeimbre

Expansive deterioration of concrete made with laumontite containing aggregates
Author(s): Hidenori Hamada, Tarek Uddin Mohammed, Toru Yamaji, Kazuyuki Tori

Models for environmental actions on reinforced concrete structures – Consequences for the initiation of chloride induced reinforcement corrosion
Author(s): Anders Lindvall

Optimization of water content of ordinary and self compacting cementitious mixtures
Author(s): H.E.H. Seleem, N. Nofaal

Durability of hydrated cementitious systems of HPC composites: an overview and related issues
Author(s): Prabir C. Basu, Subhajit Saraswati

Water permeability of self compacting concrete
Author(s): K. Audenaert, G. De Schutter

Effects of mixing methods on durability of HPC composites
Author(s): Prabir C. Basu, Subhajit Saraswati

Performance evaluation methodology for blended cementitious systems
Author(s): K. Ganesh Babu, P. Dinakar

A study for preventing the risk of alkali-silica reaction due to the aggregate planned to be used in mass concrete of Deriner Dam and HEPP project
Author(s): Aydin Saglik, M. Fatih Kocabeyler

Performance of RC beams retrofitted with CARDIFRC® after thermal cycling
Author(s): F. Farhat, B.L. Karihaloo

3. Hybrid Fiber


Fracture properties of concrete reinforced with hybrid fibers
Author(s): A. Meda, G.A. Plizzari, L. Sorelli

Impact resistance of hybrid fiber reinforced mortar
Author(s): B.H. Bharatkumar, S.P. Shah

Mechanical, fracture and impact characteristics of hybrid fibrous composites
Author(s): K. Ganesh Babu, D. Pavan Kumar

Improving the acoustic absorption of enhanced porosity concrete with fiber reinforcement
Author(s): Narayanan Neithalath, Jason Weiss, Jan Olek

Tensile behavior of hybrid fiber reinforced cementitious composite
Author(s): H. Mihashi, S. Suzuki, H. Akita, H. Koide

A statistical-based method for evaluating compressive, flexural and residual flexural strengths of fiber reinforced concrete for QC/QA
Author(s): Robert Wojtysiak, Kimberlee Borden

Detection of fiber dispersion in fresh and hardened cement composites
Author(s): Nilufer Ozyurt, Leta Y. Woo, Bin Mu, Surendra P. Shah, Thomas O. Mason

Permeability of UHPFRC under high stresses
Author(s): J.-P. Charron, E. Denarié, E. Brühwiler

CRC - A Special Fibre Reinforced High Performance Concrete
Author(s): B. Aarup

A new multi-scale cement composite for civil engineering and building construction fields
Author(s): Edouard Parant, Pierre Rossi

High performance mine roadway support panels with traditional steel and fiber reinforcement
Author(s): J. Šušteršic, A. Zajc

Behavior of conventional reinforcement and a steel-polypropylene fiber blend in slabs-on-grade
Author(s): Matthew A. Miltenberger, Emmanuel K. Attiogbe, Benoît Bissonnette

Steel or synthetic fiber reinforced concrete “Practical Fit-for-Purpose Selection Guide”
Author(s): Robert Wojtysiak, Kimberlee Borden

Field performance and internet-based monitoring of an FRC overlay
Author(s): N. Banthia, A. Biparva, D. Woo, Julie Reimer

Toughness of polymer modified, fiber reinforced high strength concrete: beam tests vs. round panel tests
Author(s): Hanfeng Xu, Sidney Mindess, Nemy Banthia

Hybrid polypropylene-steel fiber reinforced concrete at high temperatures
Author(s): Sara Cattaneo, Gianpaolo Rosati, Gianluca Guerrini

Durability design and performance of high-performance lightweight concrete
Author(s): Chao-Lung -Feng Hwang, Meng Hung

Modelling of the world's first ductal architectural shell structure
Author(s): S. M. Adeeb, H. Nowodworski, K. Rosiak, V. H. Perry, J. Kroman, G. Tadros, T. G. Brown, N. G. Shrive

4. Bentur Symposium


Vision, versatility, and leadership by example: Arnon Bentur at his 60th anniversary
Author(s): Konstantin Kovler

Effect of temperature on the hydration of cement paste: composition, microstructure and properties
Author(s): J. Francis Young

Durability indexes and their use in concrete engineering
Author(s): Mark G Alexander

Calculation of initiation and propagation periods of service life of reinforcements by using the electrical resistivity
Author(s): C. Andrade

Process dependence of fiber reinforced shotcrete
Author(s): N. Banthia, V. Bindiganavile

The effects of formulation on the properties of self-consolidating concrete
Author(s): David Bonen, Surendra P. Shah

Mechanisms of physical sulfate attack
Author(s): Paul Brown

Influence of temperature on the early-age behavior of concrete
Author(s): J.P. Charron, B. Zuber, J. Marchand, B. Bissonnette, M. Pigeon

The patchy structure of cement paste in conventional concretes
Author(s): Sidney Diamond

Impact-echo measurement on fresh and hardening concrete
Author(s): Christian U. Grosse, Hans W. Reinhardt, Ralf Beutel, Mitsunori Kawamura

Effects of curing conditions on the evolution of coarse capillary pores in cement pastes
Author(s): Shin-ichi Igarashi, Akio Watanabe

Ductility of high performance cementitious composites
Author(s): A. Katz, A. Bentur, A. Dancygier, D. Sherman, D. Yankelevsky

Reactivity of low-temperature belite and the strength of its paste
Author(s): Wieslaw Kurdowski, Slawomir Chladzynski, Albin Garbacik

Pumice aggregates for internal water curing
Author(s): Pietro Lura, Dale P. Bentz, David A. Lange, Konstantin Kovler, Arnon Bentur

Interactions of cellulose fibres in an autoclaved cement matrix
Author(s): N.B. Milestone, I. Suckling

Fiber reinforced round panels subjected to impact loading
Author(s): Sidney Mindess, Nemkumar Banthia, Hanfeng Xu

A comparison of processing technologies for the manufacture of textile cement-based composites
Author(s): Alva Peled, Barzin Mobasher, Sachiko Sueki

Leaching of cement pastes: effect of mineral additions and water-to cement ratio
Author(s): Micheline Moranville, Siham Kamali

The challenge of quantification of cementitious systems
Author(s): Karen Scrivener, Emmanuel Gallucci, Thomas Füllmann, Christian Pignat, Parviz Navi

Influence of aggregate type and gradation on the microstructure and durability properties of Portland cement mortar and concrete
Author(s): Amir Elsharief, Menashi Cohen, Jan Olek

Thoughts on concrete durability
Author(s): Jan Skalny, Gunnar M. Idorn

Early age shrinkage and moisture loss of concrete
Author(s): Neal S. Berke, Lianfang Li