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Proceedings pro084-1 : CONSEC13 Seventh International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions – Environment and Loading Volume 1


Title: CONSEC13 Seventh International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions – Environment and Loading Volume 1
Edited by: Z.J. Li, W. Sun, C.W. Miao K.Sakai, O.E. Gjørv, N.Banthia
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-134-6
ISBN: 978-2-35158-124-7
Pages: 961
Publication date: 2013

Concrete is the most widely used material in the world. Approximately 60 billion cubic meters were consumed in 2012 alone. The durability and serviceability of concrete are critical in helping improve people’s safety and comfort. The importance of these concepts become especially evident under severe environmental or loading conditions.
The international conference series, “Concrete under severe conditions-environment and loadings CONSEC” is a unique event specially focused on the durability and service performance of concrete structures that are subjected to severe environment and/or severe loading conditions. CONSEC conferences have been held six times since 1995, in Sapporo (Japan, 1995), Tromsø (Norway, 1998), Vancouver (Canada, 2001), Seoul (Korea, 2004), Tours (France, 2007), and Yucatán (México, 2010). Following these highly successful events, the 7th CONSEC conference, named CONSEC13, will be held in Nanjing, China, from September 23 to 25, 2013.
The CONSEC13 proceedings contain over 170 high quality peer-reviewed scientific and practitioners’ papers from a variety of topics in concrete research. They provide cutting edge knowledge in 14 themes: Hydration and microstructure of cement-based materials; Physical properties of cement-based systems; Transport properties of cement-based materials; Dimensional stability in concrete; Performance of concrete under marine environment; Performance of concrete under other severe environment; Performance of concrete under severe loading; Performance of concrete under severe environment and loading; Simulation of structure and properties of cement-based materials; Field Performance of concrete; New design concept and methods for long term performance; Service life prediction; Special approaches for concrete structures under uniquely severe condition; Other materials and systems.
The following six distinguished professors will give keynote lectures covering six important areas of the conference:
Prof. Makoto Hisada (Tohoku University) ;
Prof. György L. Balázs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics);
Prof. Changwen Miao (Southeast University);
Prof. Surendra P. Shah (Northwestern University);
Prof. Wei Sun (Southeast University);
Prof. Byung Hwan Oh (Seoul National University)
In addition, there will be a special plenary session to honor Prof. Koji Sakai, the founder of CONSEC, and Prof. Wei Sun, the Chair of the Advisory Committee to CONSEC13.
Finally, we would like to give our sincere thanks to the members of scientific committee for their effort in reviewing and finalizing papers for the proceedings, to the organizing committee for their hard work in putting things in order and preparing details to make the conference a success, and to the Jiangsu Research Institute of Building Science and Jiangsu Bote New Materials Co. Ltd for their generous financial support.


Contents


Keynote papers


PRESENT STATE AND PROBLEM ABOUT THE RECYYCLING OF THE DEBRIS DUE TO THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE
Author(s): M. Hisada and H. Minagawa
Pages: 1-11

CONCRETES TO MEET SEVERE CONDITIONS
Author(s): György L. Balázs
Pages: 12-23

RESEARCH ON UPGRADING TECHNOLOGIES OF MODERN CONCRETE’S DURABILITY
Author(s): Miao Changwen, Hong Jingxiang, Mu Song
Pages: 24-35

SUSTAINABILITY AND NANOTECHNOLOGY
Author(s): Surendra P. Shah
Pages: 36-37

THE PITTING CORROSION RESISTANCE OF HIGH-GRADE CORROSION-RESISTANT REBAR IN SIMULATED CONCRETE PORE SOLUTIONS
Author(s): W. Sun, J.J. Shi and J.Y. Jiang
Pages: 38-49

DURABILITY PERFORMANCE AND SERVICE LIFE OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES UNDER CORROSION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT
Author(s): Byung H. Oh, Bong S. Jang and Seung Y. Jang
Pages: 50-66

Plenary session in honor of Prof. Wei Sun and Prof. Koji Sakai


FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE: A CORRIDOR FROM FRACTURE TOUGHENING TO DURABILITY
Author(s): Nemkumar Banthia
Pages: 67-80

DURABILITY DESIGN AND QUALITY ASSURANCE OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES IN SEVERE ENVIRONMENTS
Author(s): O. E. Gjørv
Pages: 82-102

TENSILE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE AND FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE
Author(s): Zongjin Li
Pages: 102-108

Theme 1 Hydration and microstructure of cement-based materials


TRANSCENDING THE PORE STRUCTURE OF A CEMENT PASTE: A 3D EFFECTIVE MEDIA LATTICE BOLTZMANN APPROACH
Author(s): M. Zalzale, P.J. McDonald and K.L. Scrivener
Pages: 111-120

ROLE OF HYDROGEN BOND IN TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF MESOSCOPIC STRUCTURE DURING HYDRATION OF CEMENT
Author(s): S. Mazumder
Pages: 121-131

A HYDRATION-BASED INTEGRATED SYSTEM TO PREDICT THE EARLY-AGE PROPERTIES OF HARDENING CONCRETE
Author(s): Xiao-Yong WANG
Pages: 132-139

COMPUTER SIMULATION OF PORTLAND CEMENT HYDRATION BASED ON ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY
Author(s): Yibing Zuo, Xiaosheng Wei
Pages: 140-152

EARLY AGE PROPERTIES OF LOW PH CONCRETES
Author(s): T. Leung Pah Hang, T. Vidal, J. Verdier, X. Bourbon
Pages: 153-164

ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF CONSTITUENT PHASES IN PORTLAND CEMENT MORTAR INCORPORATING FLY ASH
Author(s): Y.Y. Gao, Y.M. Zhang, Y.G. Han, Z.J. Li
Pages: 165-173

HYDRATION OF LOW PH CONCRETES
Author(s): T. Leung Pah Hang, J. Verdier, L. Buffo-Lacarrière, T. Vidal , X. Bourbon
Pages: 174-183

INFLUENCE OF NANO-CACO3 ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE WITH HARDENING ACCELERATOR UNDER DIFFERENT CURING TEMPERATURE
Author(s): Miaozhou Huang, Tao Meng, Qinglei Xu, Menghua Wang
Pages: 184-193

MICROSTRUCTURE ANALYSES OF CONCRETE ATTACKED BY WET-DRY CYCLING AND SULFATE SOLUTION
Author(s): Jiang Lei,Niu Ditao,Yuan Lidong
Pages: 194-201

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE EVOLUTION OF 3D MICROSTRUCTURE OF CEMENT PASTES
Author(s): Zhiyong Liu, Guojian Liu, Deqing Xie and Yunsheng Zhang
Pages: 202-208

PORE STRUCTURE AND STRENGTH PROPERTY OF LOW-CARBON CONCRETE USING FLY ASH AND BLAST-FURNACE SLAG
Author(s): T. Matsuka, K. Sakai, K. Fukudome and Y. Suzuki
Pages: 209-219

RESEARCH ON CEMENT HYDRATION PROCESS BASED ON AN IMPROVED MICROSTRUCTURE MODEL
Author(s): Xianyu Jin, Nanguo Jin, Yuwei, Wang, Ye Tian
Pages: 220-233

REINFORCEMENT OF CARBON NANOTUBES ON CEMENT-BASED COMPOSITES
Author(s): Wang Baomin, Han Yu, Liu Shuai
Pages: 234-242

SIMULATION ON WATER ABSORPTION BEHAVIOR OF CRACKED ECC MATERIAL BASED ON A TWO-PHASE ABSORPTION MODEL
Author(s): Y. Luan, T. Ishida
Pages: 243-255

STUDY ON WORKABILITY AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ECO-NANO UHPFRCC
Author(s): Y. Luan, T. Ishida
Pages: 256-266

Theme 2 Physical properties of cement-based systems (Special session)


ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTING CEMENT-BASED COMPOSITES
Author(s): N. Banthia and F. Azhari
Pages: 268-274

A METHOD TO DETERMINE WATER VAPOUR DESORPTION AND ADSORPTION ISOTHERMS FOR CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS: USING THE FEWEST EXPERIMENTAL DATA
Author(s): Z. Zhang, M. Thiéry, V. Baroghel-Bouny
Pages: 275-285

PERMEABILITY EVOLUTION OF YOUNG CONCRETE STUDIED BY ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY MEASUREMENT
Author(s): Jun Chen, Xianyu Jin and Nanguo Jin
Pages: 286-292

A STUDY ON THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CONCRETE ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY AND CHLORIDE MIGRATION COEFFICIENTS
Author(s): Y. Liu and F. Presuel-Moreno
Pages: 293-300

EFFECTS OF FINE CONTENT ON THE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH GRANITE MACHINE-MADE SAND
Author(s): Yan Handong, Zhang Jin
Pages: 301-309

EFFECTS OF NANOSIO2 AND NANOCA(OH)2 ON THE PROPERTIES OF HVFA CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Pengkun Hou, Xin Cheng, Jueshi Qian and Surendra P. Shah
Pages: 310-319

PORE WATER TENSION IN FREEZING CONCRETE – THE REASON WHY AIR-ENTRAINMENT IMPROVES FREEZE-THAW DURABILITY
Author(s): Vesa Penttala
Pages: 320-331

EFFECT OF QUARTZ POWDERS ON THE VISCOSITY OF MORTAR AT LOW WATER-BINDER RATIO
Author(s): Qianqian Zhang, Jianzhong Liu and Jiaping Liu
Pages: 332-339

PRESSURE TENSION TEST: RELIABILITY FOR ASSESSING CONCRETE DETERIORATION
Author(s): Andrew J.K. Komar, Julie Ann Hartell, and Andrew J. Boyd
Pages: 340-347

STUDY ON CONDUCTIVITY AND STRESS -SENSITIVE PROPERTY OF CARBON NANOTUBE REINFORCED CEMENT COMPOSITES
Author(s): Xiaoyan Liu, Yue Xu, Xinrui Wang, S. P. Shah
Pages: 348-354

THE KINETIC PROCESS AND PARAMETERS FROM ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY THROUGH HARDENING PASTE, MORTAR AND CONCRETE
Author(s): Lianzhen XIAO and Xiaosheng WEI
Pages: 355-365

THE INFLUENCE OF SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS ON THE MICROSTRUCTURE AND PERMEABILITY OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Didier Snoeck and Nele De Belie
Pages: 366-376

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF CEMENT BASED FOAMS AND APPLICABILITY OF PREDICTIVE MODELS
Author(s): Farnaz Batool and Vivek Bindiganavile
Pages: 377-389

Theme 3 Transport properties of cement-based materials


EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF WATER VAPOUR PERMEABILITY OF INTERFACIAL TRANSITION ZONE OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Xianglin Gu, Zhilu Jiang, Qinghua Huang, Weiping Zhang
Pages: 391-398

LABORATORY STUDY ON THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Y. Liu and F. Presuel-Moreno
Pages: 399-406

ANALYSIS OF CHLORIDE HETEROGENEOUS MIGRATION IN CONCRETE WITH TIME-SPACE CONSISTENT COLLOCATION METHOD
Author(s): Qin Zhang, Li Guo
Pages: 407-417

BENIFICIAL USE OF LAYERED DOUBLE HYDROXIDES FOR CHLORIDE ION BINDING IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Ping DUAN, Wei CHEN, Juntao MA, Haining GENG and Zhonghe SHUI
Pages: 418-430

CHLORIDE DIFFUSION CHARACTERISTICS OF CONCRETE UNDER COMBINED CONDITIONS OF CHLORIDES AND CARBONATION
Author(s): Myung K. Lee, Sang H. Jung, Byung H. Oh, Sung W. Yoo, Seung Y. Jang and Ji S. Kim
Pages: 431-442

CHLORIDE DIFFUSITITIY THROUGH PARTIALLY SATURATED HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
Author(s): Yu-You Wu, Francisco Presuel-Moreno and Ronald Simmons
Pages: 443-454

DISCUSSION OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE CHLORIDE MIGRATION COEFFICIENT OF PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE TESTED BY THE RAPID CHLORIDE MIGRATION (RCM) TEST AT LONG-TERM CURING PERIODS UP TO 5 YEARS
Author(s): Zhuqing Yu, Guang Ye, Martin Hunger, Reinier van Noort
Pages: 455-467

EFFECT OF CRACKS ON CHLORIDE DIFFUSION PROCESS IN CONCRETE AT MESO-SCALE: THEORETICAL STUDY AND APPLICATION
Author(s): ChenAirong, Pan Zichao
Pages: 468-478

EFFECT OF ELEVATED TEMPERATURE CURING ON THE TIME- DEPENDENT CHLORIDE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS
Author(s): Y. Liu and F. Presuel-Moreno
Pages: 479-486

LABORATORY STUDY ON THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF CHLORIDE TRANSPORT IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Y. Liu and F. Presuel-Moreno
Pages: 487-494

INFLUENCE MECHANISM OF COMPLEX ADMIXTURES ON CHLORIDE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF C50 SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE FOR MARINE ENVIRONMENT
Author(s): Li Pengping, Fan Zhihong and Xiong Jianbo
Pages: 495-501

INFLUENCE OF ARTIFICIAL CRACK DEPTH ON TRANSIENT CHLORIDE DIFFUSION IN CONCRETE
Author(s): S. MU, G. DE SCHUTTER and J. Z. LIU
Pages: 502-509

IMPACT OF AGGREGATES ON TRITIATED WATER DIFFUSIVITY OF MORTARS
Author(s): B. Larbi, W. Dridi, P. Le Bescop, P. Dangla, L. Petit
Pages: 510-522

INVESTIGATION OF INTERFACIAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE AND MORTAR ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND CHLORIDE ION TRANSMISSION OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Shih W. Cho, Wen C. Liu
Pages: 523-534

ON THE CHLORIDE DIFFUSION CHARACTERISTICS OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): Xiao Jianzhuang, Ying Jingwei
Pages: 535-540

ON THE USE OF A MIGRATION TECHNIQUE TO MEASURE THE DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS
Author(s): Thomas Wattez, Anne Duhart-Barone and Sylvie Lorente
Pages: 541-552

USING THE ACMT TO DETERMINE THE CHLORIDE MIGRATION COEFFICIENT OF ITZ IN MORTAR
Author(s): Yang C.C. and Weng S.H.
Pages: 553-563

Theme 4 Dimensional stability in concrete


EARLY AGE SHRINKAGE OF NATURAL AND RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): Andrzej A. Ajdukiewicz and Alina T. Kliszczewicz
Pages: 565-576

INFLUENCE OF REINFORCEMENT PLACEMENT ON THE DRY SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETE
Author(s): LIN Wei, LIU Jiaping and SHI Liang
Pages: 577-582

INVESTIGATIONS OF EARLY AGE THERMAL CRACKING OF MASS CONCRETE WITH GGBFS AND FLY ASH
Author(s): Muneer K. Saeed, Mohammed H. Baluch, Muhammad K. Rahman, and Khaldoon Slayee
Pages: 583-595

REDUCTION OF PLASTIC CRACKING ON CEMENT CROSS- SECTION AREA WITH SHRINKAGE REDUCE AGENT AND EVAPORATION REDUCER
Author(s): Jiaping. Liu,Lei Li, Qian Tian
Pages: 596-603

RESEARCH ON THE EXPANSION BEHAVIOR OF TFT GLASS IN CEMENT MATRIX
Author(s): Wei Chien Wang, Chih Chien Liu and Chau Lee
Pages: 604-615

SPALLING BEHAVIOR OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE IN TEMPERATURE
Author(s): F. Delhomme, G. Debicki
Pages: 616-625

VOLUME STABILITY OF CONCRETE CONTAINING RECYCLED FINE AGGREGATE
Author(s): Atef Badr and Mike Gadsden
Pages: 626-633

Theme 5 Performance of concrete under marine environment


STRATEGIES RESEARCH ON CONCRETE STRUCTURE DURABILITY OF HONG KONG-ZHUHAI-MACAO BRIDGE WITH SERVICE LIFE OF 120 YEARS
Author(s): Quanke Su, Weiqing Lv, Shengnian Wang and Zhihong Fan
Pages: 635-643

ANALYSIS OF CHLORIDE THRESHOLD FOR STARTING CORROSION CONSIDERING MIXED-IN CHLORIDE AND FIELD EXPERIMENTS
Author(s): Gibson R. Meira, Carmen Andrade
Pages: 644-652

CHLORIDE BINDING IN CONCRETE EXPOSED TO SEA WATER AND SALT SOLUTIONS
Author(s): H. Justnes, K. De Weerdt and M.R. Geiker
Pages: 653-665

CHLORIDE PENETRATION INTO CONCRETE UNDER VARIOUS EXPOSURE CONDITIONS IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS
Author(s): Francisco Presuel-Moreno, Yu-You Wu and Victor Echevarria
Pages: 666-677

CORROSION PERFORMANCE OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT IN SIMULATED PORE SOLUTIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF IMIDAZOLINE QUATERNARY AMMONIUM SALT CORROSION INHIBITOR
Author(s): Fei-long Fei, Qi-jun Yu,Jiang-xiong Wei and Jie Hu
Pages: 678-689

DETERIORATED PERFORMANCE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM CORRODED BY SULFATE AND CHLORIDE
Author(s): WU Qing, WANG Junhua, YUAN Yingshu
Pages: 690-702

DETERIORATION BEHAVIORS IN EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR OF CONCRETE SPECIMENS DAMAGED BY ASR
Author(s): Jingmin WANG, Kenji KOSA, Nobuo UEHARA, Yulong ZHENG
Pages: 703-711

DURABILITY OF POROUS LIMESTONE AGGREGATE CONCRETE UNDER HOT SUB-HUMID CLIMATE
Author(s): E. I. Moreno, R. G. Solís-Carcaño and J. Varela-Rivera
Pages: 712-719

EFFECT OF HIGH VOLUME MINERAL ADMIXTURES ON PROPERTIES OF MARINE CONCRETE
Author(s): Z.Y. Li, L. Yang, L.Q. Tu, M.Q. Qin, Z.K. Ye
Pages: 720-727

EFFECT OF ITZ ON DURABILITY OF CEMENT CONCRETE EXPOSED TO CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
Author(s): K. Wu, G. De Schutter, H.S. Shi, G. Ye, Y. Gao, Z.J. Tan
Pages: 728-737

EVALUATION OF SULFURIC ACID DETERIORATION OF CONCRETE WITH DIFFERENT ADDITIVES
Author(s): Y.OOKAME, Y.HATANO and K.KAWAI
Pages: 738-747

EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF AIR VOID FORMED AROUND STEEL BAR USING X-RAY CT SCANNING
Author(s): T. Ikeda, H. Hamada, Y. Sagawa and M. FunahashiI
Pages: 748-754

INVESTIGATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF SULFURIC ACID AND SULFATE ON CONCRETE CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
Author(s): L. Shi, J. Z. Liu and J. P. Liu
Pages: 755-766

RESISTANCE OF DIFFERENT CEMENTING MATERIALS TO AGGRESSIVE SULFURIC ACIDIC ATTACK
Author(s): Wu Ye, Shi Liang, Liu Jianzhong
Pages: 767-774

THE EFFECT OF A NEWLY PREPARED ORGANIC INHIBITOR ON CORROSION RESISTANCE OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT IN MORTAR
Author(s): Cai Jingshun, Chen Cuicui, Liu Jianzhong, Liu Jiaping
Pages: 775-782

USE OF WATERPROOFING ADMIXTURES FOR INCREASING CONCRETE DURABILITY
Author(s): Ozkan Sengul, Tolga Ilicali
Pages: 783-793

Theme 6 Performance of concrete under other severe environment


APPROACHES TO IMPROVE THE CRACKING RESISTANCE OF HYDRAULIC CONCRETE AND THEIR EVALUATION METHODS
Author(s): Li Wenwei
Pages: 795-803

CRACK PROPAGATION INDUCED BY STEEL CORROSION ON SURFACE OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): Jianfeng Dong, Yuxi Zhao, Yingyao Wu, Jiangang Zhou and Zhihui Li
Pages: 804-812

EFFECTS OF DELAYED ETTRINGITE FORMATION COMBINED WITH ALKALI AGGREGATE REACTION ON THE HYDROUS TRANSFER PROCESS IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Renaud-Pierre Martin, Romain Lapeyrère and François Toutlemonde
Pages: 813-823

EFFECT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND SPALLING PROPERTIES OF HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE
Author(s): Shi-Cong Kou and Chi-Sun Poon and Wei, Zheng, Tsz-Leung Lo and K.C. Ng
Pages: 824-836

EFFECTS OF TYPE OF CEMENT AND AGGREGATE ON THE DEGRADATION OF CONCRETE EXPOSED TO SUSTAINED TEMPERATURES UP TO 300 °C
Author(s): Hideo Kasami,Hironobu Nishi,Toshinobu Maenaka and Yoshitaka Ichihara
Pages: 837-850

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF DEF-EXPANSIONS OF CONCRETE MIXES SUBMITTED TO EARLY AND LATE HEAT TREATMENTS
Author(s): Renaud-Pierre Martin, Céline Bazin, Jean-Claude Renaud and François Toutlemonde
Pages: 851-861

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON COMPRESSIVE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF ALKALI SILICA REACTION(ASR) CONCRETE
Author(s): Zhuang Yuan, Qian Chunxiang
Pages: 862-872

FREEZING AND THAWING PROPERTIES OF EXTREMELY DRY CONCRETE WITH ECO-CEMENT
Author(s): A. UENO, M. ISHIDA, K. UJI and K. OHNO
Pages: 873-882

IMPACT OF HEAT OF FUSION OF WATER ON THE CALCULATED ICE CONTENT USING LOW TEMPERATURE CALORIMETRY
Author(s): M. Wu, B. Johannesson and M. Geiker
Pages: 883-894

INFLUENCEOF MICROSCOPIC STRESS DAMAGE ON CARBONATION OF EXISTING BUILDING CONCRETE WITH FLY ASH
Author(s): XU Hongjing ,ZHAO Qingxin
Pages: 895-901

INFLUENCE OF THE SALT FROST ACTION ON THE CONCRETE PERFORMANCE
Author(s): Qu Feng, Niu Ditao
Pages: 902-910

QUANTITATIVE DAMAGE EVALUATION METHOD FOR CONCRETE BY DIGITAL-IMAGE-PROCESSING
Author(s): Shuguang LI, Gaixin CHEN and Guojin JI
Pages: 911-922

SLOW/LATE AGGREGATES ENDANGER CONCRETE STRUCTURES DUE TO ASR
Author(s): H.W. Reinhardt, O. Mielich
Pages: 923-935

UNDERWATER CONCRETE INFRASTRUCTURE WITH 300-YEAR SERVICE LIFE REQUIREMENT
Author(s): V. Årskog and O. E. Gjørv
Pages: 936-948

TRANSIENT THERMO-HYDRO TRANSFERS IN ORDINARY AND HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETES SUBJECTED TO HIGH TEMPERATURE: TEST ON LARGE SPECIMENS
Author(s): V.Thai Nguyen, Prosper Pliya, Norbert Renault, Albert Noumowé, Guillaume Ranc
Pages: 949-958