HYDRAULIC CEMENT PASTES: THEIR STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES
The following conference papers were presented at the University of Sheffield, April 6-9, 1976. Session I: Cement paste microstructure an overview at several levels; Diamond, S. The composition of the gel phase in Portland cement paste; Stucke, MS; Majundar, AJ. Permeability of hardened cement paste in relation to pore structure/ Sorenson, EV. Effect of variables upon the silylation products of hydrated cements; Tamas, FD, Sarjarm AK, Roy, DM. A model for sorption effects on the surface of hydrated cement derived from luminescence experiments, Purchrer, U. The effect of temperature on cement paste hydration; Lach, V. On the density of Portland Cement early hydration Products; Soroka, I.,Relis, M. Dielectric properties of absorbed water in hardened concrete paste; Zech, B., Wittmann, FH. Session II: The structure of hardened cement-paste-a basin for a better understanding of the material properties; Wittmann, FH. The use of coaxial cylinders viscometer to measure the rehological properties of cement pastes; Dimond, CR, Tattersall, GH. A study of the rheological properties of cement pastes; Jones, TER, Brindley, G., Patel, BC. Structure and properties of porous cement systems and their modification by impregnants, Feldman, RF, Beaudoin, JJ. On the mutal coupling of colloidal particles as determined by Mossbauer effect and its relation to the elastic modulus of a xerogel; Ubelhack, H. Influence of water cement ratio on the structure and strength of hardened cement pastes; Jambor, J. Effect of a heat cycle during moist curing upon the deformation of hardened cement paste; Parrott, LJ. The effect of freezing and thawing cycles on the microstructure and strength of Portland cement paste; Kayali, OA, Page, CL, Ritchie, AGB. VanderWalls interaction and disjointing pressure between solid surfaces; Stockhaussen, N. Physical properties and structural models for Portland cement paste; Chatterji, S. Activation energy and activation volume of comprehensive and tensile creep of hardened cement paste; Straub, F, Wittmann, F. Session III: Aspects of the behavior of the cement paste or composite materials, with reference to practical problems of concrete technology; Illston, JM. Influence of water-reducing admixtures on the cement paste and concrete properties; Collepardi, M, Massidda, L. The behavior of concrete and cement paste containing rick luskash; Cook, DJ, Pama, RP, Damer, SA. A microstructural investigation of the failure behavior of cement past; Higgins, DD, Bailey, JE. Rate of deformation of cement paste and concrete during regimes of variable stress, moisture content and temperature; gamble, DR, Illston, JM. A new approach to describe frost action in hardened cement paste and concrete; Setzer, MJ. Relation between gypsum content and mechanical behavior or high slag blastfurnance cements; Frigione, G., Sersale, R. Low frequency internal friction and short-tire creep or hardened cement paste: an experimental correlation; Sellevold, EJ.
- Proceedings of a Conference held at University of Sheffield, April 8-9, 1976.
Cement and Concrete Association52 Grosvenor Gardens
London SW1W 0AQ, England
- Publication Date: 1976
- Features: Figures; Photos; References; Tables;
- Pagination: 334 p.
- TRT Terms: Admixtures; Cement paste; Concrete hardening; Couplers; Creep; Freezing; Friction; Frost action; Gypsum; Hydration; Hydraulic cement; Impregnation (Engineering); Location; Moisture content; Portland cement; Position fixing; Properties of materials; Rheological properties; Structures; Thaw; Viscometers; Water cement ratio
- Uncontrolled Terms: Freeze thaw cycles; Hardened concrete
- Subject Areas: Bridges and other structures; Highways; Materials;
- Accession Number: 00139881
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Oct 6 1976 12:00AM