Selection and Laboratory Evaluation of Modifying Additives for Soil-Cement-Bentonite

Experimental and Theoretical Study of Flexural Behavior of Polymer Fiber Reinforced, Cement-Treated Soils

Three Case Histories of Waste Stabilization

Permanence of Grouted Sands Exposed to Various Water Chemistries

Evaluation of Compressive Strength for High-Strength Concrete by Pulse Velocity Method
Development of compressive strength and pulse velocity for high-strength concrete from the age of 5 hours are studied in relation to cementitious material types and curing conditions....

New Technique to Evaluate the Surface Degradation of Cementaneous Matrix

On the Modelling of Damage Due to Volumic Variations in Cementitious Composites
Two kinds of volumic variations are considered. Those due to thermal gradients on hardened concrete and those due to hydration processes at early ages. Models based on damage mechanics...

Automated Identification of Compression-Induced Cracking in Cement Paste
The development of image analysis techniques to identify cracks using scanning electron microscope images of hydrated cement paste is described. Cracks are identified based on both the...

Dugdale Model Applied to Crack Interactions
It is doubtful that modelling crack interactions problem within the context of elasticity adequately reflects the physical aspects as the failure of brittle material is approached. A model...

The Microstructure of Hardened Cement Paste and Concrete
Concrete is a composite material created from a mixture of a binder (hardened portland cement paste) and a filler (fine and coarse aggregates). Like any other composite material the physical...

Micromechanics Based Design for Pseudo Strain-Hardening in Cementitious Composites
Micromechanical model constructed on the basis of fracture mechanics and fiber bridging provides a means of selection of fiber, matrix and interface property combinations for which short...

A Method for Estimating the In Situ Cohesion of Cemented Conglomerate

Reinforced Soil-Cement Embankment

In Situ Investigation and Rehabilitation of Unlined Cast Iron Water Mains

Overview of Permeable Bases
Drainable pavement systems consist of: permeable base, separator lyer, and edgegrain system. This paper focuses on permable bases. A permeable base must provide both permeability and stability....

Resolving Environmental Concerns: Ash Beneficial Reuse

Review and Evaluation of the Use of Microsilica as an Admixture in Concrete

Utilization of Carbide Lime Waste in Asphaltic Concrete Mixes

Engineering Properties and Potential Uses of By-Product Phosphygypsum

The Use of Flue Gas Desulfurization Gypsum in Civil Engineering Applications





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