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Materials Science of Concrete : Cement and Concrete - Trends and Challenges - Andrew J. Boyd

Materials Science of Concrete

Cement and Concrete - Trends and Challenges


Published: 28th April 2002
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This special volume of The American Ceramic Society's Materials Science of Concrete series represents a collection of presentations given, and discussions held, at the Anna Maria 2001 Workshop on Cement and Concrete - Trends and Challenges, held November 7-9, 2001, at Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together representatives from different portions of the cement and concrete community (including industry, academia, and government) to discuss future trends and challenges in the field of concrete materials. Presentation and discussion topics included new developments and their potential for application, industry's view on what it needs from academia, academia's opinion on what it expects from industry and what it has to offer, technical advances and barriers to advancement, and the role of governments, business issues, ecological barriers, and social barriers.


21st Century Cement and Concrete Research: Where Do We Go from Here? (S. Mindess).

From Material to the Structure, From Theory to Application (C. Andrade).

Nucleation and Growth in Concrete Research (O.M. Jensen, P.F. Hansen, and G. Idorn).

Development of New Generations of Concretes in Poland (A. Brandt).

Concrete Technology in Former East European Countries: Challenges & Opportunities (A. Bajza and I. Hudoba).

Future Needs in Cement and Concrete: A National Highway Perspective (S.W. Forster).

The Importance and Potential of Quantitative Microstructural Characterization in Research on Cementitious Materials (K.L. Scrivener).

Interdisciplinary Research, Authority Involvement and Targeted Technology Transfer: The Experience from the Development of Self-Compacting Concrete in Sweden (A. Skarendahl).

A New Model of Ordinary Portland Cement Hydration Derived by Means of ESEM-FEG (B. Moser and J. Stark).

Nanotechnology and Concrete: What Can We Utilize from the Upcoming Technoogies? (P. Trtik and P. Bartos).

Future Goals of Cement and Cementitious Materials for High Performance Concrete (M. Bergin, G. Mujtaba, and C. Ishee).

Environmental Challenges Facing the Cement Industry (D. Cahn).

University-Industry Relations Reexamined (J. Lukasik).

Notes on R&D in Cement and Concrete (J. Gebauer).

Cement-Based Materials: A Research Manifesto (Felek Jachimowicz).

Discussion Session: Wednesday, November 7. 2001.

Discussion Session: Friday, November 9, 2001.


ISBN: 9781574981643
ISBN-10: 1574981641
Series: Materials Science of Concrete Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 202
Published: 28th April 2002
Publisher: American Ceramic Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.45 x 15.75  x 1.66
Weight (kg): 0.41
Edition Number: 1