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Materials Science of Concrete VII

Francis Young (Editor), Jan P. Skalny (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-574-98210-7 March 2006 305 Pages


This seventh volume of the Materials Science of Concrete series presents carefully selected state-of-the-art reviews on selected topics relevant to concrete and cement. This collection of new developments and information in the field of cement-based materials is a valuable resource for scientists, engineers, and academics interested in concrete.

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Prediction of a Portland Cement's Properties from its Chemical and Mineralogical Compositon.

Tricalcium Silicate Hydration: A Historical Overview.

Thermodynamics of Hydration Reactions.

Tricalcium Silicate Hydration: A Historical Overview.

Influence of Initial and Boundary Conditions on Moisture Transport in Hydrated Cement Systems.

Ionic Interactions in Cement-Based Materials: Importance of Physical and Chemical Interactions in Presence of Chloride or Sulfate Ions.

Mechanisms of Frost Damage.

Early-Age Flexural Strength: The Role of Aggregates and Their Influence on Maturity Prediction.

Drying stresses and Internal Relative Humidity in Concrete.