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Microstructure of Cement-Based Systems: Volume 370 : Bonding and Interfaces in Cementitious Materials - Sidney Diamond

Microstructure of Cement-Based Systems: Volume 370

Bonding and Interfaces in Cementitious Materials

By: Sidney Diamond (Editor), F. P. Glasser (Editor), Sidney Mindess (Editor), L. R. Roberts (Editor), J. P. Skalny (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 11th April 1995
ISBN: 9781558992726
Number Of Pages: 575

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This book continues the MRS series on characteristics and properties of cementitious materials. In Part I, recent advances in microstructure and related characterization of cementitious systems are the focus. Topics include: microstructures of "normal" cement systems; microstructure of 'unusual' cement systems; image analysis, modelling and fractal analysis applications; and assessment of pore structures. Part II features presentations on interfacial microstructures, as well as information on elastic and fracture properties, transport properties, and the effects of interfaces on fiber-reinforced systems.

Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
Application of Automated Image Analysis to the Study of Cement Paste Microstructurep. 3
A Re-Evaluation of Hardened Cement Paste Microstructure Based on Backscatter SEM Investigationsp. 13
An Approach to Quantitative Image Analysis for Cement Pastesp. 23
Multi-Scale Digital-Image-Based Modelling of Cement-Based Materialsp. 33
Microcrack Study of Cement-Based Materials by Means of Image Analysisp. 43
Monitoring of Concrete Quality in High Performance Civil Engineering Constructionsp. 49
Microstructure of Steam Cured Concretes Deteriorated by Alkali-Silica Reactionp. 57
Heat Curing and Delayed Ettringite Formationp. 67
X-Ray Microtomography of an ASTM C109 Mortar Exposed to Sulfate Attackp. 77
Microstructural Features of Freeze-Thaw Deterioration of Concretep. 83
Undispersed Granulated Silica Fume in Concrete - Chemical System and Durability Problemsp. 89
Effects of Microstructure on Fracture Behavior of Hardened Cement Pastep. 99
Image-Based Characterization of Fracture Surface Roughnessp. 107
Microstructural Aspects of High-Performance Cement-Based Materialsp. 115
Image Analysis of Fly Ash in the Characterization of the Shape of the Grainsp. 125
Microstructure and Microchemistry of Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cementp. 135
SEM Observation of the Influence of Sucrose and KOH on Formation of Sulphoaluminate Hydrates of a Cement Clinker During the Early Hydrationp. 143
Gypsum-Free Portland Cement Pastes of Low Water-To-Cement Ratiop. 153
The Evolution of Cementitious Materials Through Historyp. 159
The Usage of Industrial Waste Materials for the Production of Special Cements and Bindersp. 169
Mineralogical Transformations and Microstructure After Disposal of Cementitious Advanced Coal Technology By-Productsp. 179
Performance of Cement-Based Seal System Components in a Waste Disposal Environmentp. 191
Microstructural Aspects of Zeolite Formation in Alkali Activated Cements Containing High Levels of Fly Ashp. 199
LLW Solidification in Cement - Effect of Dilutionp. 209
Pore Size Distributions in Hardened Cement Paste by SEM Image Analysisp. 217
Estimating the Capillary Porosity of Cement Paste by Fluorescence Microscopy and Image Analysisp. 227
Durability and Microstructure of Pore Reduced Cements (PRC)p. 237
Pore Structure and Moisture Properties of Cement-Based Systems from Water Vapour Sorption Isothermsp. 245
Microstructure-Electrical Property Relationships in Cement-Based Materialsp. 255
Reversible and Irreversible Electrically-Induced Shape Changes in Cement-Based Materialsp. 265
Distribution of Pore Sizes in White Concretep. 271
Multitechnique Approach to Understanding the Microstructure of Cement-Based Systemsp. 279
Compressive Yield Stress of Cement Pastep. 285
Fracture Surfaces of Cement Pastes, Rocks, and Cement/Rock Interfacesp. 295
Influences of Interfacial Properties on High-Performance Concrete Compositesp. 309
Mechanical and Microstructural Investigation of the Aggregate and Cement Interfacep. 319
Chemical Models for the Mechanisms that Influence the Nature and Structure of the Interfacial Transition Zonep. 329
Optical Microscopy and Digital Image Analysis of Bond-Cracks in Cement Based Materialsp. 337
Changes Induced by PVA in the Cement Microstructure Surrounding Aggregatep. 347
The Interfacial Transition Zone and Its Influence on the Fracture Behavior of Concretep. 357
Further Studies on Fracture Properties of Paste/Rock Interfacesp. 367
Fracture Mechanical Properties of Rocks and Mortar/Rock Interfacesp. 377
Crack Stability in the Fracture of Cementitious Materialsp. 387
Interface Transition Zone and the Elastic Modulus of Cement-Based Compositesp. 397
A Method for Estimating the Dynamic Moduli of Cement Paste-Aggregate Interfacial Zone in Mortarp. 407
Effect of the Transition Zone on the Bulk Modulus of Concretep. 413
The Interfacial Transition Zone: "Direct" Evidence on Compressive Responsep. 419
Modelling the D.C. Electrical Conductivity of Mortarp. 429
Interfacial Zone Percolation in Concrete: Effects of Interfacial Zone Thickness and Aggregate Shapep. 437
Moisture Permeability of Mature Concrete and Cement Pastep. 443
Transfer Properties of Interfacial Transition Zones and Mortarsp. 449
Effect of the ITZ on the Leaching of Calcium Hydroxide from Mortarp. 457
Effect of the ITZ Damage on Durability of Reinforced Concrete in Chloride Environmentp. 465
The Corrosion of Steel Reinforcement in Carbonated Concrete Under Different Humidity Regimesp. 471
Fibre-Cement Paste Transition Zonep. 479
The Microstructure of Wood Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Compositesp. 487
Fiber-Matrix Interfacial Area Reduction in Fiber Reinforced Cements and Concretes at Moderate to High Fiber Volume Fractionsp. 497
Interfacial Debonding and Sliding in Brittle Cement-Matrix Composites from Steel Fiber Pullout Testsp. 507
Damage Evolution of Fiber/Mortar Interface During Fiber Pulloutp. 519
Bond Properties of Micro-Fibers in Cementitious Matrixp. 529
Bond-Slip Mechanisms in Steel Micro-Fiber Reinforced Cement Compositesp. 539
Bonding and Interfacial Microstructure in Cementitious Matrices Reinforced by Woven Fabricp. 549
The Fiber-Matrix Interface in Fiber Reinforced Concrete Studied by Contact Electrical Resistivity Measurementp. 559
Improving the Flexural Strength of Fibre Reinforced Oil Well Cements by Addition of a Polymer Latexp. 565
Author Indexp. 573
Subject Indexp. 575
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ISBN: 9781558992726
ISBN-10: 1558992723
Series: MRS Proceedings
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 575
Published: 11th April 1995
Publisher: Materials Research Society
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.98