The Use of High Reactivity Metakaolin in High Performance Concrete

Recycled Glass Concrete for Pavement Patching Alkali-Silica Reactivity

Evaluating a Proposed Right-of-Way for PCCP

Developing a Management Plan for Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Dams

Permeability of Clay Liners with Contaminants
Clays are increasingly used as liners for waste disposal facilities. Chemical compatibility studies with hydraulic conductivity tests must be performed to determine the effect of the waste...

Stress Due to Alkali-Silica Reactions in Mortars

Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete with Waste Glass as Aggregate

Electrochemical Treatment of Concrete: A New Approach to Extend the Service Life of Chloride Contaminated, Carbonated, or Alkali Silica Reactive Concrete Structures

Practical Experiences with Shotcrete Containing Alkali-Free Acceleration

Wet Process Shotcrete An Ecological and Economical Quality Product for the Future

Fly Ash and Alkali-Aggregate Reaction

Effect of Alkalinity on Copper Corrosion

Effect of Fly Ash and Silica Fume on Alkali Silica Reactions

TEM Studies of Carbonation and ASR

Integration of Multiple Advanced Analytical Techniques to Study Alkali Silica Reactivity in Concrete Railroad Ties

Service Life Prediction, ASR Deterioration

Localized Corrosion Prediction for Nuclear Waste Disposal Container Materials
When the bentonite is used in the geological disposal of high-level wastes as a buffer material to stand between containers and host rocks, thereby turning the pH of the groundwater slightly...

Electrochemical Treatment and Protection: Lessons Learned
Corrosion is recognized today as one of the major contributors to the deterioration of steel reinforced concrete structures. Two electrochemical techniques, chloride removal and cathodic...

Managing Alkali-Silicareactivity

Passive Acoustic Emission for Quantitative Evaluation of Freeze Thaw and Alkali Aggregate Reaction in Concretes
Several experiments are reported in which the progression of freeze thaw (FT), alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR), and internal cracking caused by mechanical loading were monitored using...

 

 

 

 

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