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Evaluating the Performance of Alternative Supplementary Cementing Material in Concrete
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2015 ... Saamiya Seraj [and seven others] · "Uncertainty in the supply of Class F fly ash due to impending environmental restrictions has made it imperative to find and test alternate sources of supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) that can provide similar strength and durability benefits to concrete as Class F fly ash. This
6717-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-14/0-6717-1
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/ctr-publications/0-6717-1.pdf
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0-6717, Investigation of Alternative Supplementary Cementing Materials (SCMs)
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[2015] ... Research Performed by: Center for Transportation Research; Research Supervisor: Maria Juenger; Researchers: Saamiya Seraj [and six others] · "In Texas, Class F fly ash is extensively used as a supplementary cementing material (SCM) because of its ability to control thermal cracking in mass concrete and to mitigate
6717 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-6717-S ... Project Summary
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/ctr-publications/psr/0-6717-s.pdf
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Characterizing Fly Ash
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2013 ... K. Kruse [and five others] · Although fly ash can and typically does impart [major technical benefits, including reduced heat of hydration, reduced permeability, and improved resistance to alkali-silica reaction (ASR), sulfate attack, and delayed ettringite formation (DEF)] to concrete, several technical and practical issues must still
6648-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-13/0-6648-1
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/ctr-publications/0-6648-1.pdf
4 MB
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Assessing the Potential of Natural Pozzolans to be a Suitable Replacement for Class F Fly Ash in Concrete
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2013 ... Presenters: Saamiya Seraj and Rachel Cano · In Texas, Class F Fly ash is extensively used as a supplementary cementitious material (SCM) in concrete because it increases long term strength and durability of concrete to alkali silica reaction and sulfate attack. However, the future availability of Class F Fly Ash has become a
Poster 2013 CTR Symp: Seraj
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0-6648, Characterizing Class C Fly Ashes for Alkali Silica Reaction Mitigation Effectiveness
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2013 ... Research Performed by: Center for Transportation Research; Research Supervisor: K. Folliard; Researchers: K. Kruse [and three others] · "Fly ash is a byproduct material produced from coal-combustion power plants and is one of the most commonly used supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) in the world. Prudent use
6648 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-6648-S ... Project Summary Report
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/hostedpdfs/txdot/psr/6648.pdf
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Effects of Supplementary Cementing Materials on the Setting Time and Early Strength of Concrete
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2008 ... Maria Juenger [and four others] · The substitution of a portion of cement in concrete with supplementary cementing materials (SCM) frequently results in delayed setting and low early strength. When SCM-containing concrete is placed during cold weather and/or contains certain chemical admixtures, these problems can intensify
5550-1 [CTR] ... 0-5550-1
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http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_5550_1.pdf
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Prediction Model for Concrete Behavior : Final Report
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2008 ... Kevin J. Folliard [and eight others] · This report summarizes work performed under Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Project 4563, Prediction Model for Concrete Behavior. The main product developed under this project is a software program, named Concrete Works, which gives laboratory technicians, engineers, and
4563-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-08/0-4563-1
Full-text Link:
http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_4563_1.pdf
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The Effects of Liquid Nitrogen on Concrete Properties
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2007 ... Maria C.G. Juenger, John Hema, Sonia Solt · The objective of this research was to determine the effects of liquid nitrogen cooling of fresh concrete on concrete hydration and properties. Variables tested included cementing materials, admixtures, fresh temperature, cooling method, and time of cooling. Hydration rate and
5111-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-08/0-5111-1
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http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_5111_1.pdf
2 MB
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Prediction Model for Concrete Behavior
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2007 ... RS: Kevin J. Folliard; Researchers: Maria C.G. Juenger [and four others] · Excessive heat generation during land pavements placement and curing of concrete can result in concrete of poor quality. Thermal shock can result, leading to excessive cracking. Under certain conditions excessive heat can also trigger delayed ettringite
4563 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-4563-s ... Project Summary Report, 0-4563
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/hostedpdfs/txdot/psr/0-4563.pdf
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Liquid Nitrogen Effects on Concrete
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2007 ... RS: Maria Juenger; Researchers: John Hema and Sonia Solt · Liquid nitrogen (LN) is quite possibly the most effective method of cooling fresh concrete, but it does not have a long or widespread history of use. Accordingly, there are very few records of its effects on short and long-term concrete properties. In spite of this, LN
5111 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-5111-s ... Project Summary Report, 0-5111
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/hostedpdfs/txdot/psr/0-5111.pdf
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Guidelines for the Use of Fly Ash and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Blends in Concrete Pavements
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2007 ... Andre Edson [and four others] · The substitution of a portion of cement in concrete with supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) frequently results in delayed setting and low early strength. When SCM-containing concrete is placed during cold weather and / or contains certain chemical admixtures, these problems can intensify
5550 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-5550-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-5550
Full-text Link:
http://library.ctr.utexas.edu/hostedpdfs/txdot/psr/5550.pdf
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Characterizing minus no. 200 fine aggregate for performance in concrete
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[2006] ... Jane Stewart [and three others] · ASTM C 33 limits the amount of microfine aggregate smaller than 75 µm (No. 200 sieve) to be used in concrete. In the past, it was believed that this fraction was clay and, therefore, a poor performer. This is not necessarily the case with manufactured fine aggregates. While work continues toward
... ICAR 107-1
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https://web.archive.org/web/20150509033315/http://www.icar.utexas.edu/reports/107_1.pdf
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Guidelines on Concrete Mixture Optimization in Varying Weather Conditions
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2006 ... Maria Juenger, Moon Won and Andre Edson · The substitution of a portion of cement in concrete with supplementary cementing materials (SCM) frequently results in delayed setting and low early strength. When SCM-containing concrete is placed during cold weather and/or contains certain chemical admixtures, set time and
5550-P1 [CTR] ... Product 0-5550-P1
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http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_5550_P1.pdf
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Preventing Alkali-Silica Reaction and Delayed Ettringite Formation in New Concrete
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2006 ... Kevin J. Folliard [and six others] · The state of Texas has been widely impacted by materials-related distress in various transportation structures. This distress has been mainly attributed to alkali-silica reaction (ASR) and delayed ettringite formation (DEF) and has been commonly referred to by the Texas Department of
4085 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-4085-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-4085
Full-text Link:
http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_4085_S.pdf
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Preventing ASR/DEF in New Concrete : Final Report
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2006 ... Kevin J. Folliard [and ten others] · The state of Texas has been widely impacted by materials-related distress in various transportation structures. This distress has been mainly attributed to alkali-silica reaction (ASR) and delayed ettringite formation (DEF) and has been commonly referred to by the Texas Department of
4085-5 [CTR] ... 0-4085-5
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http://ctr.utexas.edu/wp-content/uploads/pubs/0_4085_5.pdf
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