High–Performance Cement–Based Concrete Composites. Proceedings of the Indo–U.S. Workshop on High–Performance Cement–Based Concrete Composites, Chennai, India 2005, Materials Science of Concrete. Special Volume. Materials Science of Concrete Series

  • ID: 2179019
  • Book
  • Region: India
  • 314 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The world′s infrastructure is largely built of concrete. With growing populations in the developing countries of the world, such as India, and with the decay of existing infrastructure in developed countries, such as the U.S., the need for new materials with improved properties has become as imperative now as ever. High–performance concrete composites that include fibers and particulate matter along with advanced chemical admixtures and complex ternary and even quaternary cement blends represent a growing proportion of the concrete being used and would possibly be the future norm. Topics covered from this conference include Defining High Performance and Today′s State–of–the–Art; Fiber–Based Systems for High Performance; Next Generation Cement Blends for High Performance; and Tools for Modern and Next Generation High Performance Research.
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Defining High Performance and Today′s State–of–the–Art.

Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites (S. P. Shah and T. Voigt).

High Performance Concrete– Present Scenario and Future Prospects in Indian Context

(S. Gopalakrishnan, J. A. Peter, and K. Balasubramanian).

Application of High Performance Concrete in India – Some Case Studies (S. A. Reddi).

Fracture Characteristics of High Strength High Performance Concrete (B. K. Raghuprasad and B. H. Bharatkumar).

Fiber–Based Systems for High Performance.

High Performance Hybrid Composites for Thin Cementitious Products: the Next Generation (A. E. Naaman, T. Wongtanakitcharoen, and V. Likhitruangsilp).

Fibre Based Systems for High Performance (S. K. Kaushik).

Guidelines for Design of Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements with High Strength Steel Fibres in Concrete Matrix (N. Lakshmanan and T. S. Krishnamoorthy).

Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete–Applications in India (V.S. Parameswaran, K. Balasubramanian, and S. Gopalakrishnan).

Flexural Cracks in Beams with Glass FRP Rebar and Fiber Reinforced Concrete (D. C. Jansen and W. K. Lee).

Investigation of Wood Pulp Fiber Reinforcement for Ready Mixed Concrete Applications

(H. J. Brown and J. H. Morton).

Confinement Analogy Model for Hybrid Continuous/Discrete Reinforced Concrete Members (V. S. Gopalaratnam, Zeyad El–Shakra and H. Mihashi).

Enhanced Performance of Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Low Fiber Volume Fractions

(M. Lopez de Murphy, T. Hockenberry, and A. Achenbach).

Next–Generation Cement–Blends for High Performance.

Hydration Kinetics of Portland Cement Containing Supplementary Cementitious Materials

(Y. Peng, W. Hansen, C. Borgnakke, and J. J. Biernacki).

Next Generation Cement Blends for High Performance Concrete (A. K. Jain).

Fly Ash Based High Performance Cementitious Composites (K. Ganesh Babu and P. Dinakar).

Multi–Component Cementitious Systems and Their Influence on Durability of Concrete

(N. Bhanumathidas, N. Kalidas, and G. A. B. Suresh).

New Generation Admixtures for Enhanced Performance of Concrete (R. Shridhar).

Influence of Fine Aggregate Lithology on Delayed Ettringite Formation in High Early Strength Concrete (A. M. Amde, Richard A. Livingston, and Kenneth Williams).

Potential Use of Beneficiated Fly Ash in High Performance Concrete (K. A. Riding and M. C. Garci Juenger).

Tools for Modern and Next Generation High Performance Research.

Comparison of Different Methods for Characterization of Cement–Based Materials Subjected to Sulfate Attack (K. E. Kurtis, A. C. Jupe, N. N. Naik, S. R. Stock, and P. Stutzman).

Sustainable Development: Approach for Research on Next Generation High Performance Concrete with Fly Ash in India (P. C. Basu).

Rheological Measurements and Very Early Age Viscoelastic Property Measurements of Concrete (M. Neelamegam, N. P. Rajmane and J.K. Dattatreya).

Non–Destructive and Partially–Destructive Test Methods for Condition Assessment of Corrosion Affected Structures (H. G. Sreenath).

Fiber Optic Instruments for Monitoring Service Life Performance of In–place Concrete

(K. Ravisankar).

Considering Moisture Gradients and Time–Dependent Crack Growth in Restrained Concrete Elements Subjected to Drying (N. Neithalath, B. Pease, J. H. Moon, F. Rajabipour, J. Weiss, and E. Attiogbe).

Meso–Scale Strain Measurements Using Synchrotron X–Rays (J. J. Biernacki, C. Parnham, J. Bai, T. Watkins and C. Hubbard).

Investigation of Early Age Material Property Development in Cementitious Materials using One–Sided Ultrasonic Technique (K. V. Subramaniam and Jaejun Lee).
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Joseph J. Biernacki
Surendra P. Shah
N. Lakshmanan
S. Gopalakrishnan
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