Solidification/Stabilization of Phenol Contaminated Soils

Waterfilm Flow Depth and Hydraulic Resistance From Runoff Experiments on Portland Cement Concrete Surfaces

Advanced Cement-Based Composites

Design Criteria for Pseudo-Ductile Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites

Not Your Father's Concrete
A simple mixture of water, aggregate and cement, conventional concrete is environmentally-friendly by nature. But with landfills bloating and hazardous wastes becoming increasingly difficult...

Shotcrete - Understanding of the Hydration Process of Mixes Containing CAC and Portland Cement and Proposal for a Simple Rheological Characterization

Application of Shotcrete on Hot Rock Surface

Environmentally Compatible Spray Cement

Acceleration of Shotcrete by Calcium Aluminates Using Portland Cements From Different Countries and Different Cement Extenders with Particular Reference to Canadian Needs: A Brief Survey

Synthesis of 1.1 NM Tobermorite: A Cement Phase Expected Under Repository Conditions

Protective Coatings -- Current Practices

Quality Enhancements of Cement-Mortar Coatings

Special Protective Coatings and Linings for Ductile Iron Pipe

Case Study of Shallow Soil Mixing and Soil Vacuum Extraction Remediation Project

Manning's N from an Extended Rainfall-Runoff Data Set on a Concrete Surface

Construction of Innovative Concrete Pavements

The Construction of an Ash Pavement in Shelton, Connecticut

Enhancement of Caisson Capacity by Micro-Fine Cement Grouting--A Recent Case History--

Production of Lunar Concrete Using Molten Sulfur
A study has been undertaken by the authors and supported by NASA to study the feasibility of using lunar regolith with different binders such as molten sulfur, epoxy or hydraulic cement...

Control of Random Crack Formation in Portland Cement Concrete Pavements
Random crack formation in concrete pavements, which is mainly due to the development of tensile stress caused by temperature-induced volumetric change and shrinkage deformation at early...

 

 

 

 

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