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Proceedings pro051 : Second International Symposium on Advances in Concrete through Science and Engineering


Title: Second International Symposium on Advances in Concrete through Science and Engineering
Edited by J. Marchand, B. Bissonnette, R. Gagné, M. Jolin and F. Paradis
ISBN: 2-35158-003-6
e-ISBN: 2351580028
Pages: 462
Publication date: 2006

The Second International Symposium on Advances in Concrete Through Science and Engineering is organized in collaboration with Laval University, the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec and RILEM. The symposium is held in conjunction with the RILEM Week, which takes place for the first time in North America.
The Advances in Concrete Through Science and Engineering Symposium series is designed to provide a unique forum to highlight and discuss the most recent developments and innovations in research on cement-based systems. This conference is divided into three main areas:
- Numerical models: From microstructure to transport properties and durability
- From fresh to hardened concrete
- Recent developments in the monitoring, repair and maintenance of concrete structures.
As for the General papers, only the abstracts are printed in this book. You will find the full texts on the CD-ROM.
The call for papers has generated a lot of interest. Over 100 papers from 26 different countries were presented. In addition, the organizing committee has invited a number of international experts to deliver keynote lectures on a number of technical topics.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Jacques Marchand
Pages: XXI - XXI

Part One: Invited Lectures


The thermal decomposition of Ca(OH)2 polymorphs
Author(s): James J. Beaudoin, Taijiro Sato, Peter J. Tumidajski
Pages: 3 - 13

An “unmodel” of Portland cement hydration
Author(s): Sidney Diamond
Pages: 15 - 29

Theory and experiment for concrete: a necessary partnership
Author(s): Edward J. Garboczi
Pages: 31 - 40

Part Two: Keynote lectures


Modelling moisture conditions in cementitious materials – Some present challenges
Author(s): Lars-Olof Nilsson
Pages: 45 - 62

Optimised continuum cement hydration modelling
Author(s): Shashank Bishnoi, Karen Scrivener
Pages: 63 - 74

Bridging gaps between scales and disciplines through multi-scale modelling: Basis for innovation
Author(s): Klaas van Breugel
Pages: 75 - 84

Multi-scale constitutive model of solidifying cementitious composites and application to cracking assessment of a concrete structure
Author(s): Tetsuya Ishida, Shingo Asamoto, Koichi Maekawa
Pages: 85 - 99

Multiionic approaches to model chloride binding in cementitious materials
Author(s): Eric Samson, Jacques Marchand
Pages: 101 - 122

Driving forces to cracking in hardening concrete: thermal and autogenous deformations
Author(s): Erik J. Sellevold, Øyvind Bjøntegaard
Pages: 125 - 139

Concrete rheology: knowledge and challenges
Author(s): Chiara F. Ferraris
Pages: 141 - 149

An optical fiber sensor for cracks in concrete members: Development and applications
Author(s): Christopher K.Y. Leung, Kai Tai Wan
Pages: 151 - 164

Failure of concrete repair: how to avoid it?
Author(s): Luc Courard, Andrzej Garbacz
Pages: 167 - 191

Bonded concrete overlays - Research needs
Author(s): J. Silfwerbrand
Pages: 193 - 206

Durability of repaired concrete structures - The bottle for survival
Author(s): A.M. Vaysburd
Pages: 207 - 224

Part Three: General papers


Comparison of chloride models: the importance of surface concentration
Author(s): C. Andrade, F. Tavares, M. Castellote, I. Petre-Lazars, M.A. Climent, G. Vera
Pages: 207 - 224

Corrosion rate monitoring of deteriorated and repaired structures through on-site linear polarization measurements using surface or embedded sensors
Author(s): C. Andrade, I. Martinez
Pages: 207 - 224

Chloride diffusion coefficient through porous materials : a disturbing parameter
Author(s): Pascale Bégué, Sylvie Lorente, Xavier Bourbon
Pages: 207 - 224

Exploring the potential of X-ray tomography in microstructural studies of cementitious systems
Author(s): V. Boel, V. Cnudde, G. De Schutter, P. Jacobs
Pages: 207 - 224

Corrosion of reinforced concrete in nuclear plants: application of Bayesian networks to the risk management of cooling towers
Author(s): B. Capra, J. Le Drogo, V. Wolff
Pages: 207 - 224

Water adsorption in concrete at low temperature
Author(s): D. Conciatori, E. Brühwiler
Pages: 207 - 224

Effect of carbonation on the micro-mechanical properties and frost salt scaling of cement pastes: experimental and modelling aspects
Author(s): O. Copuroglu, E. Schlangen, W. Zhu
Pages: 207 - 224

Experimental exercises with the RCM-method
Author(s): M.R. de Rooij, S.M. van Dalen, W.J. Bouwmeester, E.A.B. Koenders
Pages: 207 - 224

Modeling of ionic interactions at the C-S-H surface. Application to CsCl and LiCl solutions in comparison with NaCl solutions
Author(s): Pierre Henocq, Jacques Marchand, Eric Samson, Jérôme-Alexandre Lavoie
Pages: 207 - 224

Quantification of capillary porosity in cement paste using high resolution 3D-microscopy: potential and limitations of FIB-nanotomography
Author(s): L. Holzer, B. Muench, A. Leemann, Ph. Gasser
Pages: 207 - 224

Models for chloride ion bindings in hardened cement paste using thermodynamic equilibrium calculations
Author(s): Yoshifumi Hosokawa, Kazuo Yamada, Björn F. Johannesson, Lars-Olof Nilsson
Pages: 207 - 224

Abrasion and scaling of concrete by ice, studded tires and frost-salt: interaction and service life modeling
Author(s): Stefan Jacobsen, Esko Sistonen, Seppo Huovinen, Jacques Marchand, Marie-Hélène Tremblay
Pages: 207 - 224

An improved numerical approach to model corrosion potential in reinforced concrete
Author(s): Ge Ji, O. Burkan Isgor
Pages: 207 - 224

Chloride penetration model capable of correctly predict the peak shaped chloride profiles
Author(s): B. Johannesson, K. Yamada, Y. Hosokawa
Pages: 207 - 224

A novel technology in wet scanning electron microscopy
Author(s): Amnon Katz, Arnon Bentur, Konstantin Kovler
Pages: 207 - 224

Constitutive model for predicting deterioration in concrete
Author(s): Anthony G. Kerali
Pages: 207 - 224

Computer modelling of bridge deck cracking at early ages
Author(s): Lianfang Li, Neal S. Berke
Pages: 207 - 224

Physicochemical change of cement pastes at elevated temperatures
Author(s): Xian Liu, Guang Ye, Geert De Schutter, Yong Yuan, Luc Taerwe
Pages: 207 - 224

Solid-particle abrasion of hydraulic concrete
Author(s): Yu Wen Liu, Huang Hsing Pan, Chao-Shun Chang
Pages: 207 - 224

Effect of temperature and concrete resistivity on the corrosion rate of steel in unsaturated concrete
Author(s): Alexandre Maltais, Pierre Henocq
Pages: 207 - 224

Modelling the behaviour of fresh and hardened concrete using the Distinct Element Method
Author(s): Viktor Mechtcherine, Sergiy Shyshko
Pages: 207 - 224

Simulation of drying shrinkage based on high-resolution 3D pore structure analysis of cement paste
Author(s): Beat Münch, Philippe Gasser, Lorenz Holzer
Pages: 207 - 224

Numerical modelling of chloride ingress into saturated concrete
Author(s): T.Q. Nguyen, V. Baroghel-Bouny, P. Dangla, P. Belin
Pages: 207 - 224

Freeze-thaw durability of high-performance concrete – Mechanism of water uptake and internal damage
Author(s): Susanne Palecki, Max J. Setzer
Pages: 207 - 224

Micromechanics approach for long-term stress-strain relationships of cement-matrix composites
Author(s): Huang Hsing Pan, Yu Wen Liu, Wei-Lung Tsai
Pages: 207 - 224

Corrosion products formed in mortar
Author(s): François Paradis, Samira Fellah, Vincent Lapointe, Marc Jolin, Jacques Marchand
Pages: 207 - 224

Photogrammetric assessment of flexure induced cracking in reinforced concrete beams under service loads
Author(s): Brad J. Pease, Mette R. Geiker, Henrik Stang, W. Jason Weiss
Pages: 207 - 224

Role of non-freezing pore water in freeze-thaw damage of concrete mortars
Author(s): Vesa Penttala
Pages: 207 - 224

Chloride propagation in concrete harbou
Author(s): Frédéric Rosquoët, Stéphanie Bonnet, Franck Schoefs, Abdelhafid Khelidj
Pages: 207 - 224

The solid-liquid gel-system of hardened cement paste
Author(s): Max J. Setzer, Christian Duckheim
Pages: 207 - 224

Stochastic method and Monte-Carlo simulation for predicting service life of hot-dip galvanised reinforcement
Author(s): Esko V-P. Sistonen, Olli-Pekka J. Kari, Pekka I. Tukiainen, Seppo S. Huovinen
Pages: 207 - 224

Development of reliable and economic methodology for modelling of concrete durability
Author(s): Piet Stroeven, Jing Hu, Zhan Guo
Pages: 207 - 224

Modeling of early age compressive strength of cement paste based on contact area of hydrating cement
Author(s): Guang Ye, K. van Breugel, Xueyan Liu
Pages: 207 - 224

Influence of the relative humidity on the hydration kinetics of concrete
Author(s): Thomas Adam, Otto Kroggel, Peter Gruebl
Pages: 207 - 224

Effects of increased aggregate size on the mechanical and rheological properties of RPC
Author(s): A. Cwirzen, V. Penttala
Pages: 207 - 224

Early age behaviour of concrete nuclear containments
Author(s): F. Benboudjema, J.M. Torrenti
Pages: 207 - 224

Early age cracking tendency of low-heat concretes containing fly-ash and blast furnace slag
Author(s): Ø. Bjøntegaard
Pages: 207 - 224

Improved measurement methods for autogenous shrinkage of cement mortars at very early age
Author(s): Marwen Bouasker, Frédéric Grondin, Pierre Mounanga, Arnaud Pertué, Abdelhafid Khelidj
Pages: 207 - 224

A Comparison of test methods for early-age behavior of cementitious materials
Author(s): J.W. Bullard, M. D’Ambrosia, Z. Grasley, W. Hansen, N. Kidner, D. Lange, P. Lura, T.O. Mason, J. Moon, F. Rajabipour, G. Sant
Pages: 207 - 224

Carbonation and hydration of calcium hydroxide and calcium silicate binders with rice husk ash
Author(s): O. Cizer, K. Van Balen, J. Elsen, D. Van Gemert
Pages: 207 - 224

Cracking sensitivity of slag cement concrete
Author(s): A. Darquennes, S. Staquet, B. Espion
Pages: 207 - 224

Evaluation of different ultrasound transmission parameters to monitor microstructure development in fresh concrete or mortar
Author(s): Nele De Belie, Christian Grosse
Pages: 207 - 224

Development of rapid setting self-consolidating concrete (RSSCC) using small size aggregate
Author(s): Yogini Deshpande, Jan Olek
Pages: 207 - 224

Investigation of early age deformation in self-compacting concrete
Author(s): Oskar Esping, Ingemar Löfgren
Pages: 207 - 224

New approach to identify compatibility of materials for concrete related to early stiffening
Author(s): Chiara F. Ferraris, Peter C. Taylor
Pages: 207 - 224

The rheology of self-compacting concrete made with Belgian materials
Author(s): Dimitri Feys, Ronny Verhoeven, Geert De Schutter
Pages: 207 - 224

The use of pore water pressure to follow the evolution from fresh to hardened concrete
Author(s): T.A. Hammer
Pages: 207 - 224

Pozzolanic reactivity of ground granulated blast furnace slag in blended cement
Author(s): Will Hansen, Claus Borgnakke, Yanfei Peng, Yousef Nouri
Pages: 207 - 224

Contribution to the solution of the Couette inverse problem for Herschel-Bulkley fluids by means of the integration method
Author(s): Will Hansen, Claus Borgnakke, Yanfei Peng, Yousef Nouri
Pages: 207 - 224

Inorganic cement-based systems as biomaterials
Author(s): L. Hermansson, H. Engqvist
Pages: 207 - 224

Study on strength development of concrete with Portland blast-furnace slag cement under sealed curing conditions in cold regions
Author(s): Ichiro Iwaki
Pages: 207 - 224

Counteracting retardation of plasticizers by calcium nitrate
Author(s): H. Justnes, K. De Weerdt
Pages: 207 - 224

Comparison of solvent exchange and vacuum drying techniques to remove free water from early age cement-based materials
Author(s): E. Knapen, O. Cizer
Pages: 207 - 224

Measuring shrinkage of hardening paste with a mini-TSTM
Author(s): E.A.B. Koenders, G. Leegwater, E. Schlangen
Pages: 207 - 224

Influence of workability and admixtures on the segregation of concrete during compaction
Author(s): Andreas Leemann, Frank Winnefeld
Pages: 207 - 224

Compaction voids formation on concrete surfaces: influence of rheological properties
Author(s): M. Martin, R. Pleau, J. L. Gallias
Pages: 207 - 224

Measurement of concrete shrinkage using fabry-perot fiber-optic sensor
Author(s): P.L. Ng, H.H.C. Wong, I.Y.T. Ng, A.K.H. Kwan
Pages: 207 - 224

Numerical analysis on dynamic behavior of fresh concrete due to internal vibrator
Author(s): Masayasu Ohtsu, Manabu Chosa
Pages: 207 - 224

Squeeze flow of self-compacting cement pastes
Author(s): Trung Hieu Phan, Mohend Chaouche, Micheline Moranville
Pages: 207 - 224

Determining early-age cracking potential in restrained concrete elements using a load and resistance factor design (LRFD) approach
Author(s): Aleksandra Radlinska, Jason Weiss
Pages: 207 - 224

A physical model for the prediction of lateral stress exerted by self-compacting concrete on formwork
Author(s): Nicolas Roussel, Guillaume Ovarlez
Pages: 207 - 224

Examining time-zero and early age expansion in pastes containing shrinkage reducing admixtures (SRA’s)
Author(s): Gaurav Sant, Farshad Rajabipour, Pietro Lura, Jason Weiss
Pages: 207 - 224

The effect of nano-sized CaCO3 addition on the hydration of OPC containing high volumes of ground granulated blast-furnace slag
Author(s): Taijiro Sato, James J. Beaudoin
Pages: 207 - 224

Modelling of autogenous shrinkage of concrete based on paste measurements
Author(s): E. Schlangen, G. Leegwater, E.A.B. Koenders
Pages: 207 - 224

Numerical study of elastic properties of ITZ in hydrating cement paste
Author(s): V. Šmilauer, Z. Bittnar
Pages: 207 - 224

Autogenous shrinkage of a self-compacting VHPC in isothermal and realistic temperature conditions
Author(s): S. Staquet, C. Boulay, L. D’Aloïa
Pages: 207 - 224

2D mechanical percolation in cement pastes at early age
Author(s): L. Stefan, F. Benboudjema, J.-M. Torrenti, B. Bissonnette
Pages: 207 - 224

Mix stability as a criterion for optimizing the granular composition to improve concrete durability - An application
Author(s): X. Willem, L. Courard, A. Darimont, R. Degeimbre
Pages: 207 - 224

Statistical design to evaluate the coupled effect of mixture parameters and rebar spacing on flow characteristics of SCC
Author(s): Ammar Yahia, Kamal Khayat, Mohammed Sayed
Pages: 207 - 224

Modification of the concrete rheometer to determine rheological parameters of self-consolidating concrete – vane device
Author(s): Ammar Yahia, Kamal H. Khayat
Pages: 207 - 224

Hydration of Portland cement blended with blast furnace slag at early stage
Author(s): J. Zhou, Ye Guang, K. van Breugel
Pages: 207 - 224

Anchorage and tension-stiffening effect between near-surface mounted fibre-reinforced polymer rods and concrete
Author(s): Firas Al-Mahmoud, Arnaud Castel, Raoul François, Christian Tourneur
Pages: 207 - 224

Fast-track concrete paving
Author(s): Brecht E.P. Anckaert, Lucie A.R. Vandewalle
Pages: 207 - 224

Risk management and maintenance optimization of nuclear reactor cooling piping systems
Author(s): L. Augé, B. Capra, M. Lasne, P. Bénéfice, R. Comby
Pages: 207 - 224

Evaluation of reactive powder concrete used as a retrofitting material for concrete members
Author(s): Ta-Peng Chang, Bo-Tsun Chen, Chao-Lung Hwang, Jeng-Ywan Shih, Chung-Sheng Wu
Pages: 207 - 224

Design of a self compacting repair mortar to be applied under concrete slabs and floors
Author(s): Luc Courard, Stéphanie Flamant
Pages: 207 - 224

Flexural behavior of reinforced concrete beams strengthened with externally-bonded carbon fiber reinforced polymers
Author(s): M. Reza Esfahani, M. Reza Kianoush, A. Reza Tajari
Pages: 207 - 224

Analysis of stress wave propagation in repair systems using wavelet approach
Author(s): Andrzej Garbacz, Tomasz Piotrowski, Luc Courard
Pages: 207 - 224

An overview of the ACI 546 Guide for the Selection of Materials for the Repair of Concrete
Author(s): Fred R. Goodwin, Richard C. Reed
Pages: 207 - 224

Self healing of cracks in concrete: from a model material to usual concretes
Author(s): Sébastien Granger, Ahmed Loukili, Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot, Mouloud Behloul
Pages: 207 - 224

Static and impact behaviour of concrete members rehabilitated with UHPFRC overlay
Author(s): Katrin Habel, D. Paul Gauvreau
Pages: 207 - 224

Analysis of surface-damage through concrete imaging
Author(s): Shahid Kabir, Patrice Rivard
Pages: 207 - 224

Experimental study on effectiveness of shear strengthening of RC beams with CFRP sheets
Author(s): Yasuhiro Koda, Ichiro Iwaki
Pages: 207 - 224

Evaluation of damages due to alkali-silica reaction with acoustics techniques. development of a new nonlinear method
Author(s): Apedovi S. Kodjo, Patrice Rivard, Frederic Cohen-Tenoudji, Jean-Louis Gallias
Pages: 207 - 224

“Stress memory” of concrete - Ultrasonic investigations
Author(s): Otto Kroggel, Tina Wilhelm
Pages: 207 - 224

Electrical resistivity of concrete - Part II: Influence of moisture content and temperature
Author(s): C.K. Larsen, E.J. Sellevold, J-M. Østvik, Ø. Vennesland
Pages: 207 - 224

Electrical resistivity of concrete - Part III: Long term field measurements on concrete elements in the tidal zone
Author(s): C.K. Larsen, J-M. Østvik, E.J. Sellevold, Ø. Vennesland
Pages: 207 - 224

Examination and evaluation of factors influencing the bond strength between old and new concrete
Author(s): Andreas Müller, Konrad Zilch
Pages: 207 - 224

Smart concrete system with strain monitoring sensors including conductive particles
Author(s): Tomoya Nishiwaki, Hirozo Mihashi, Kazuaki Miwura, Yoshiki Okuhara, Hideaki Matsubara
Pages: 207 - 224

Acoustic emission monitoring for detection of rebar corrosion and damage evaluation in concrete
Author(s): Masayasu Ohtsu, Yuichi Tomoda
Pages: 207 - 224

Electrical resistivity of concrete - Part I: Frequency dependence at various moisture contents and temperatures
Author(s): J-M. Østvik, C.K. Larsen, Ø. Vennesland, E.J. Sellevold, M.C. Andrade
Pages: 207 - 224

Edge effect – Essential parameter for the evaluation of volume characteristics of concrete using the wave reflection technique
Author(s): T. Öztürk, O. Kroggel, P. Grübl
Pages: 207 - 224

Spalling of concrete as studied by NMR
Author(s): L. Pel, G.H.A. van der Heijden, H. Huinink
Pages: 207 - 224

On-line monitoring of setting and hardening of concrete
Author(s): Hans W. Reinhardt, Christian U. Grosse, Ralf Beutel, Nele de Belie, Jochen H. Kurz
Pages: 207 - 224

Acoustic emission monitoring of cracking in reinforced concrete specimens
Author(s): Aljoša Šajna, Jaka Kovac, Žiga Bajt
Pages: 207 - 224

Balcony repair with pumped self-compacting concrete
Author(s): Esko V-P. Sistonen, Jukka P. Piironen, Fahim M. Al-Neshawy, Seppo S. Huovinen
Pages: 207 - 224

Thermographic analysis of bond of FRP laminates applied on R.C. Beams
Author(s): M.R. Valluzzi, E. Grinzato, C. Pellegrino, P.G. Bison, R. Trentin
Pages: 207 - 224

Chloride profiling in concrete harbour structures – A study of extensive variations
Author(s): H. Wall, L-O. Nilsson
Pages: 207 - 224

Part Four: Recent submissions


Advances in modeling of RILEM TC 178-TMC “Testing and modelling chloride penetration in concrete”
Author(s): C. Andrade, J. Gulikers
Pages: 207 - 224

A C-S-H atomic-scale computational toolkit: application to service life modeling
Author(s): K.A. Snyder, R.D. Mountain, A. Faraone
Pages: 207 - 224

The nanostructure of the cement paste and its porosity
Author(s): D. Bonen
Pages: 207 - 224