Cement and Concrete Composites Journal Elsevier

Cement and Concrete Composites Journal Elsevier

Distributed cracking and stiffness degradation in fabric

Peled A, Bentur A (2000) Geometrical characteristics and efficiency of textile fabrics for reinforcing composites. Cement and Concrete Research 30: 781-790. Article Google Scholar 10. Mobasher B, Pivacek A, Haupt GJ (1997) Cement based cross-ply laminates. Journal of Advanced Cement Based Materials 6: 144-152.

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Composite Binder for Structural Cellular Concrete

8] Wan-liang ZHOU, Jing-hua LONG, Bing-gen ZHAN, Further Study on Property of Fly Ash-Fluorogypsum-Cement Composite Binder, Journal of Building Materials. 2 ( ) 13-18. [9] Fanghui Han, Characteristics of the hydration heat evolution of composite binder at different hydrating temperature, Thermochimica Acta. 586 ( ) 52-57.

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Quality of the bond between a Strain Hardening Cement

Quality of the bond between a Strain Hardening Cement Composite stay-in-place formwork and concrete: Comparison of two experimental set-ups. In: Construction & Building Materials. ; Vol. 146. pp. 764-774.

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Energetically modified cement - Wikipedia

Energetically modified cements (EMCs) are a class of cements made from pozzolans (e.g. fly ash, volcanic ash, pozzolana), silica sand, blast furnace slag, or Portland cement (or blends of these ingredients). The term "energetically modified" arises by virtue of the mechanochemistry process applied to the raw material, more accurately classified as "high energy ball milling" (HEBM).

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PDF Cement and Concrete Composites - BNL

Sulfur polymer concrete (SPC) is a thermoplastic composite concrete consisting of chemically modified sulfur polymer and aggregates. This study focused on the characterization of a new SPC that has been developed as a sustainable construction material. It is made from industrial by-product sulfur that is

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Cement & Concrete Composites Abbreviation | ISSN - Journal

Cement & Concrete Composites Abbreviation. Abbreviation: CEMENT CONCRETE COMP. ISSN: 0958-9465 (Print) Other Information: Other Titles:-Previous Journal: Cellulose Chemistry and Technology Abbreviation. Next Journal: Cement and Concrete Research Abbreviation. Other Journals. Cleveland Clinic quarterly; Annali dell'Istituto superiore di sanita;

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Improvement of mechanical properties of concrete canvas by

A carefully designed formulation of dry cement powder for concrete canvas, which is expected to have both high mechanical strengths and short setting times, is obtained by partially replacing calcium sulfoaluminate cement (CSA) with anhydrite at four levels (0%, 10%, 20% and 30% by mass of CSA cement).

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Cement and Concrete Composites

develop refractory composites reinforced with long parallel fibers (e.g. low-cost glass fibers) showing ductile residual behavior even after dehydration of the main hydrated products (~400 C).

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The effects of uniform magnetic field on the mechanical

The effect of fiber orientation on the post-cracking behavior of steel fiber reinforced concrete under bending and uniaxial tensile tests", Cement and Concrete Composites, 93 pp. 274-288 ( ). Articles in Press , Accepted Manuscript Available Online from 19 May

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Simulation of Highly Ductile Fiber-Reinforced Cement-Based

N2 - Ductile fiber-reinforced cement-based composites (DFRCCs) are being investigated for new design as well as retrofitting of structures in seismic regions. DFRCC is highly ductile and is characterized by strain-hardening in tension to strains over 3% and by unique cyclic loading behavior.

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Cement and Concrete Composites - Academic Commons

All mortars are prepared with Type I Portland cement, oven-dried sand between 0.6 and 1.18 mm in diameter, highly purified attapulgite clay, i.e. nanoclay, and water are used. No chemical admixtures are used. The water-to-cement ratio (W/C) is 0.5 by mass. The sand-to-cement ratio (S/C) is set to 2:1 by mass, yielding

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Waste Chicken Feather as Reinforcement in Cement-Bonded

WOOL RP. 2005. Bio-based composites from soy bean oil and chicken feather. In Wool RP, Sun XS (Eds). Biobased Polymers and Composites. Elsevier Academic Press. 411p. WINANDY JE, MUEHL JH, MICALES-GLAESER, JA, SCHMIDT WFM. 2007. Chicken feather fiber as additives in MDF composites. Journal of Natural Fiber 4: 35-48. WITUKI GL. 1993.

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PDF Cement and Concrete Research

Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC) (also known as Strain-hardening Cement-based Composites, SHCC) was developed over two decades ago by the first author of this article, in response to the need to overcome concrete's brittleness [1,2]. While significant advancements in concrete have taken place ever since Portland Cement was invented

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cement | Definition, Composition, Manufacture, History

Concrete is a mixture of cement, sand or other fine aggregate, and a coarse aggregate that for most purposes is up to 19 to 25 mm (0.75 to 1 inch) in size, but the coarse aggregate may also be as large as 150 mm (6 inches) when concrete is placed in large masses such as dams. Mortars are used for binding bricks, blocks, and stone in walls or as

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Mechanical properties and microstructure of a graphene

In: Cement and Concrete Composites, Vol. 58, 04. , p. 140 - 147. Research output : Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review TY - JOUR

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Cement and Concrete Composites | All Journal Issues

Formerly known as International Journal of Cement Composites and Lightweight Concrete; — Volumes 115-123 Volume 123 In progress (October )

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Cement and Concrete Composites - SJTU

change the behavior of cement paste and mortar along with the reduction of cement consumption [1e3]. Nath et al. reported the positive effects of fly ash as a partial replacement of cement on the durability of concrete [4]. AccordingtoLietal.theoriginationofnearly5%ofglobalcarbon emissions are from the manufacturing process of cement

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Cement‐Based 0‐3 Piezoelectric Composites - Li - 2002

The new materials have very good compatibility with portland cement concrete. The cement-based 0-3 piezoelectric composites were shown to have a slightly higher piezoelectric factor and electromechanical coefficient than those of 0-3 PZT/polymer composites with a similar content of PZT particles; thus, they are adequate for sensor application.

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Prof. S. SURIYA PRAKASH | IITH Civil Engineering

Suriya Prakash, S. and Alagusundaramoorthy, P. "Behaviour of masonry wallets and shear triplets retrofitted with GFRP composites", Cement Concrete and Composites Journal, Elsevier, Vol. 30, 745-761, 2006.

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Sulfate transfer through concrete: Migration and diffusion

This paper presents a study on the effect of sulfate ions on concrete. The sulfate attack is approached in two different ways: results in natural diffusion are compared to migration results. Both sodium sulfate and magnesium sulfate are used as test agents. The comparison is presented in terms of concentration profiles and amounts of sulfate reacting with the cementitious matrix, together with

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Cement and Concrete Composites - SCI Journal

This journal is designed to reflect current developments and advances being made in the general field of cement-concrete composites technology and in the production, use, and performance of cement-based construction materials. The word cement is interpreted in a wide sense, including not only Portland cement but also blended cements and other

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List of Concrete Publications - Columbia

T. Paskova and C. Meyer, "Optimum Number of Specimens for Low-Cycle Fatigue Tests of Concrete", ASCE, Journal of Structural Engineering, Technical Note, July 1994. 5. C. Meyer and T. Paskova, "Low-Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Composites", First International Conference on Composites Engineering, New Orleans, August 28-31, 1994. 6.

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Modeling the elastic properties of concrete composites

Concrete is a mixture of cement, water and aggregates. In terms of microstructure, besides the cement paste matrix and aggregate inclusions, there is a third phase, which is called the interfacial transition zone (ITZ), which forms due to the wall effect and can be thought of as a thin shell that randomly forms around each aggregate.

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Effects of waste PET bottles aggregate on the properties

Journal Article Basri, H B; Mannan, M A; Zain, M F.M. - Cement and Concrete Research Concrete with oil palm shells (OPS) as coarse aggregate was investigated for its workability, density, and compressive strength development over 56 days under three curing conditions.

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Characterization of plastic shrinkage cracking in fiber

Balaguru, P., 'Contribution of fibers to crack reduction of cement composites during the initial and final setting period',ACI Mat. J. (May-June 1994) 280-288. [6] Banthia, N., Yan, C. and Mindess, S., 'Restrained shrinkage cracking in fiber reinforced concrete: a novel test technique',Cement and Concrete Research 26 (Jan. 1996) 9-14.

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Cement & Concrete Composites - Northwestern University

cement in concrete production [3–5]. The increasing availability and capabilities of beamline-based instrumentation for the analy-sis of complex materials, at both synchrotron and neutron sources, is leading to major developments in this area at present. It is essen-tial, in

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