9780470097335

Transport Properties and Concrete Quality Materials Science of Concrete

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  • ISBN13:

    9780470097335

  • ISBN10:

    0470097337

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-01-02
  • Publisher: Wiley-American Ceramic Society

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Summary

This title is based on the workshop on Transport Properties & Concrete Quality, held at the campus of Arizona State University on October 10-12, 2005. During this meeting, scientific aspects of the relevant relationships between materials, mechanisms, processes, and service life were discussed. * Provides a useful resource for understanding the most valuable aspects of cement-based materials, with topics ranging from the current state of practice, to theory, simulation, and testing and specifications. * Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into the need to better integrate aspects of materials science, mechanics, modeling, and testing in developing tools of understanding the durability in cement-based materials.

Author Biography

Barzin Mobasher is a professor at Arizona State University in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. His research focuses on understanding the interaction of materials science, mechanics of solids, and structural analysis and design.  He is interested in constitutive modeling of materials, durability of cement based materials, composites, fracture mechanics, experimental stress analysis, steel structures, and biomechanics. 

Jan P. Skalny studied chemical engineering at Slovak Technical University (STU) in Bratislava and at the University for Chemical Technology (VSCHT) in Prague, where he graduated in 1958. He received his PhD (chemical/ceramic engineering) at the University of Mining & Metallurgy in Krakow (1965). In 1967 he left for the United Kingdom and in 1968 he settled with his family in the United States. After a short stay at the Clarkson University in upstate New York (1968-69), he focussed his career on industrial research management. He became Associate Director of Martin Marietta Laboratories and construction materials research director for W. R. Grace & Co. After early retirement in 1991, he became a consultant and is presently President of Materials Service Life, a high-tech consulting company specializing in service life prediction of concrete-based infrastructure.

Table of Contents

Dedication ix
Preface xi
Mechanisms
Ten Observations from Experiments to Quantify Water Movement and Porosity Percolation in Hydrating Cement Pastes
3
Dale P. Bentz
National Institutes of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
Alkali Silica Reactivity of Silica Fume Agglomerates
19
Maria C. Garci Juenger, Andrew J. Maas, and Jason H. Ideker
Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Dallas, TX
Mitigation of Alkali Silica Reaction: A Mechanical Approach
25
Claudia P. Ostertag
Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Experimental Studies and Parallel Computing on Coupled Moisture and Chloride Diffusion in Concrete
41
Yunping Xi, Ayman Ababneh, Lydia Abarr, A. Suwito, and Xiao-Chuan Cai
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, and Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY
Direct Phase-Resolved Strain Measurements in Cementitious Materials
57
J.J. Biernacki, S.E. Mikel, C.J. Parnham, R. Wang, J. Bai, T. Watkins, M.J. Lance and C. Hubbard
Tennessee Technological University, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Tennessee, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Modelling
Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C-S-H) Solid Solution Model Applied to Cement Degradation Using the Continuum Reactive Transport Model Flotran
73
J.W. Carey and P.C. Lichtner
Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico
Chemo-Physical and Mechanical Approach to Performance Assessment of Structural Concrete and Soil Foundation
107
Koichi Maekawa, Kenichiro Nakarai, and Tetsuya Ishida
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo
Restraint and Cracking During Non-Uniform Drying of Cement Composites
123
John Bolander, Zhen Li, and Mien Yip
University of California, Davis, CA
A Simulation Model of the Packing Arrangements of Concrete Aggregates
141
Konstantin Sobolev and Adil Amirjanov
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, San Nicolas, NL, México, Department of Computer Engineering, Near East University, Nicosia, N. Cyprus
Modeling of Stiffness Degradation and Expansion in Cement Based Materials Subjected to External Sulfate Attack
157
B. Mobasher
Dept. of Civil and Environmental Eng, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Testing
Measuring Permeability and Bulk Moduli Using the Dynamic Pressurization Technique
175
Z.C. Grasley, D.A. Lange, G.W. Scherer, and J.J. Valenza
Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, and Civil & Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Using Monte Carlo Analysis to Quantify How the Number and Arrangement of Sensors Influence the Accuracy of an In Situ Sensing System
185
Tom Schmit and Jason Weiss
Purdue University, School of Civil Engineering, West Lafayette, Indiana
Role of In situ Testing and Monitoring in Assessing the Durability of Reinforced Concrete
199
P.A. Muhammed Basheer, Kenneth V. Grattan, Tong Sun, W. John McCarter, Adrian E. Long, Daniel McPolin, and Lulu Basheer
Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK; City University, School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, London, UK; Heriot-Watt University, School of Built Environment, Edinburgh, UK
Influence of Production Method and Curing Conditions on Chloride Transport, Strength and Drying Shrinkage of Ternary Mix Concrete
215
Mateusz Radlinski, Jan Olek, Anthony Zander, and Tommy Nantung
Purdue University, School of Civil Engineering; Indiana Dept. of Transportation, Indianapolis, IN
Appendix A Workshop Program 231
Appendix B Workshop Sponsors 235
Author Index 237

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