Design, Production and Placement of Self-Consolidating Concrete [electronic resource] : Proceedings of SCC2010, Montreal, Canada, September 26-29, 2010 / edited by Kamal Henri Khayat, Dimitri Feys.

By: Khayat, Kamal Henri [editor.]Contributor(s): Feys, Dimitri [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: RILEM Bookseries: 1Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2010Description: XIII, 458 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789048196647Subject(s): Engineering | Building construction | Materials | Engineering | Building Repair and Maintenance | Building Materials | Structural MaterialsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 690.24 LOC classification: TH3301-3411Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Mix Design for SCC -- Design and Flow of Powder-type SCC with Crushed Aggregates -- “Structural Design with Flowable Concrete” - A fib-Recommendation for Tailor-Made Concrete -- Effect of Material Constituents and Mix Design on Performance of SCC for Precast, Prestressed Girders -- Robustness by Mix Design – A New Approach for Mixture Proportioning of SCC -- Chemical Admixtures -- Smart Polycarboxylate Design for SCC in Precast Applications -- Effects of Superplasticizer and Viscosity-Modifying Agent on Fresh Concrete Performance of SCC at Varied Ambient Temperatures -- Selecting Admixtures to Achieve Application-Required Rheology -- Rheology and Workability of SCC -- Effect of Cement on Superplasticizer Adsorption, Yield Stress, Thixotropy and Segregation Resistance -- Effect of Metakaolin on the Rheology of Self-Consolidating Concrete -- Segregation of Coarse Aggregates in Self-Compacting Concrete -- Estimating Measurement Artifacts in Concrete Rheometers from MRI Measurement on Model Materials -- Evaluation of Fresh Properties of Self-Consolidating Concrete under Long Transportation Time and Extreme Temperature -- Production and Placement of SCC -- Similarities and Differences of Pumping Conventional and Self-Compacting Concrete -- Flow of SCC along Surfaces -- Optimisation of the Mixing Process for Producing Self-Compacting High-Performance Concrete -- Flow Modeling of SCC -- Computational Modeling of SCC Flow through Reinforced Sections -- Simulation and Testing of the Grout Backfill Process in a Case-Study Related to a Nuclear Waste Disposal Gallery -- Prediction of the Impact of Flow-Induced Inhomogeneities in Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) -- Formwork Pressure of SCC -- Influence of Rheological Properties of Pourable Concrete on Formwork Pressure -- Prediction of SCC Formwork Pressure in Full-Scale Elements -- Modeling Fresh Concrete Pressure of Normal and Self-Compacting Concrete -- Formwork Pressure of Highly Workable Concrete – Experiments Focused on Setting, Vibration and Design Approach -- Properties of Hardened SCC -- Drying Shrinkage of SCC – Influence of the Composition of Ternary Composite Cements -- Properties of Low-Shrinkage, High-Strength SCC Using Shrinkage-Reducing Admixture, Blast Furnace Slag and Limestone Aggregates -- Plastic Shrinkage Evaluation of Self-Consolidating Concrete as Repair Materials Based on Restrained and Free Strain Measurements -- Acceleration of Hardening Kinetics of SCC -- Time Evolution of Properties of SCC Mixtures Produced Using Crushed Limestone Aggregate and High Content of Limestone Filler -- Effect of Freezing-Thawing Cycles on the Resistance of Self-Consolidating Concrete to Sulfate Attack -- Bond Strength of SCC -- Bond Behaviour and Shear Capacity of Self-Compacting Concrete -- Top-Bar Effect in Self-Compacting Concrete Elements -- Effect of Rheology of SCC on Bond Strength of Ribbed Reinforcement Bars -- Development Length of Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars in Self-Consolidating Concrete -- Design and Performance of Fiber-Reinforced SCC -- Design with Highly Flowable Fiber-Reinforced Concrete: Overview of the Activity of fib TG 8.8 -- Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Materials: From Intrinsic Isotropic Behavior to Fiber Alignment -- Flow-Induced Fiber Orientation in SCSFRC: Monitoring and Prediction -- Shear Behavior of Self-Compacting Concrete and Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Push-Off Specimens -- Long-Term Behaviour of Fiber-Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete Beams.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: The Sixth International RILEM Symposium on SCC and the Fourth North-American Conference on the Design and Use of SCC were held on Sept 26-29, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Approximately 130 papers were presented at the general sessions in addition to other papers discussed during the poster session. The main purpose of this conference was to bring together representatives from industry, universities, and government agencies to present the latest information on the science and technology of SCC and to discuss research needs and market acceptance of this evolving technology. The RILEM series of symposia started in 1999 in Stockholm, followed by Tokyo in 2001, Reykjavik in 2003, Chicago in 2005, and Ghent in 2007. The North-American Conference on the Design and Use of SCC was held in Chicago in 2002, 2005, and 2008. Both series of conferences enjoyed great success with a steadily increasing number of papers, participants, and interest from across globe.
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Mix Design for SCC -- Design and Flow of Powder-type SCC with Crushed Aggregates -- “Structural Design with Flowable Concrete” - A fib-Recommendation for Tailor-Made Concrete -- Effect of Material Constituents and Mix Design on Performance of SCC for Precast, Prestressed Girders -- Robustness by Mix Design – A New Approach for Mixture Proportioning of SCC -- Chemical Admixtures -- Smart Polycarboxylate Design for SCC in Precast Applications -- Effects of Superplasticizer and Viscosity-Modifying Agent on Fresh Concrete Performance of SCC at Varied Ambient Temperatures -- Selecting Admixtures to Achieve Application-Required Rheology -- Rheology and Workability of SCC -- Effect of Cement on Superplasticizer Adsorption, Yield Stress, Thixotropy and Segregation Resistance -- Effect of Metakaolin on the Rheology of Self-Consolidating Concrete -- Segregation of Coarse Aggregates in Self-Compacting Concrete -- Estimating Measurement Artifacts in Concrete Rheometers from MRI Measurement on Model Materials -- Evaluation of Fresh Properties of Self-Consolidating Concrete under Long Transportation Time and Extreme Temperature -- Production and Placement of SCC -- Similarities and Differences of Pumping Conventional and Self-Compacting Concrete -- Flow of SCC along Surfaces -- Optimisation of the Mixing Process for Producing Self-Compacting High-Performance Concrete -- Flow Modeling of SCC -- Computational Modeling of SCC Flow through Reinforced Sections -- Simulation and Testing of the Grout Backfill Process in a Case-Study Related to a Nuclear Waste Disposal Gallery -- Prediction of the Impact of Flow-Induced Inhomogeneities in Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) -- Formwork Pressure of SCC -- Influence of Rheological Properties of Pourable Concrete on Formwork Pressure -- Prediction of SCC Formwork Pressure in Full-Scale Elements -- Modeling Fresh Concrete Pressure of Normal and Self-Compacting Concrete -- Formwork Pressure of Highly Workable Concrete – Experiments Focused on Setting, Vibration and Design Approach -- Properties of Hardened SCC -- Drying Shrinkage of SCC – Influence of the Composition of Ternary Composite Cements -- Properties of Low-Shrinkage, High-Strength SCC Using Shrinkage-Reducing Admixture, Blast Furnace Slag and Limestone Aggregates -- Plastic Shrinkage Evaluation of Self-Consolidating Concrete as Repair Materials Based on Restrained and Free Strain Measurements -- Acceleration of Hardening Kinetics of SCC -- Time Evolution of Properties of SCC Mixtures Produced Using Crushed Limestone Aggregate and High Content of Limestone Filler -- Effect of Freezing-Thawing Cycles on the Resistance of Self-Consolidating Concrete to Sulfate Attack -- Bond Strength of SCC -- Bond Behaviour and Shear Capacity of Self-Compacting Concrete -- Top-Bar Effect in Self-Compacting Concrete Elements -- Effect of Rheology of SCC on Bond Strength of Ribbed Reinforcement Bars -- Development Length of Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars in Self-Consolidating Concrete -- Design and Performance of Fiber-Reinforced SCC -- Design with Highly Flowable Fiber-Reinforced Concrete: Overview of the Activity of fib TG 8.8 -- Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Materials: From Intrinsic Isotropic Behavior to Fiber Alignment -- Flow-Induced Fiber Orientation in SCSFRC: Monitoring and Prediction -- Shear Behavior of Self-Compacting Concrete and Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Push-Off Specimens -- Long-Term Behaviour of Fiber-Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete Beams.

The Sixth International RILEM Symposium on SCC and the Fourth North-American Conference on the Design and Use of SCC were held on Sept 26-29, 2010 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Approximately 130 papers were presented at the general sessions in addition to other papers discussed during the poster session. The main purpose of this conference was to bring together representatives from industry, universities, and government agencies to present the latest information on the science and technology of SCC and to discuss research needs and market acceptance of this evolving technology. The RILEM series of symposia started in 1999 in Stockholm, followed by Tokyo in 2001, Reykjavik in 2003, Chicago in 2005, and Ghent in 2007. The North-American Conference on the Design and Use of SCC was held in Chicago in 2002, 2005, and 2008. Both series of conferences enjoyed great success with a steadily increasing number of papers, participants, and interest from across globe.

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