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Oikonomou, "Recycled concrete aggregates", Cement and Concrete Composites. Poncet This study investigates the potential of using crushed concrete as aggregates to produce green and sustainable concrete. Files Name Size See more details Basheer Pages: - Modelling the influence of chemical reactions at the interface on engineering properties Author s : J. Ballivy Pages: - Part 5 - Modelling Computer modelling of interfacial transition zone: microstructure and properties Author s : D.

Bentz, E. Garboczi Pages: - Preface Author s : M. Test methods and modelling for determining the mechanical properties of the ITZ in concrete Author s : J. Normal and high strengh concretes with conventional aggregates Author s : B.

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Normal and high strengh concretes with lightweight aggregates Author s : A. The interfacial transition zone in fibre reinforced cement and concrete Author s : A.

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Fundamentals of transport properties of cement-based materials and general methods to study transport properties Author s : L. Transport by permeation Author s : M. Conductivity and microstructure of the interfacial transition zone measured by impedance spectroscopy Author s : J. Gas diffusion through porous media Author s : Y. Moisture transport Author s : G. Modelling of the development of microcracks due to alkali aggregate reaction Author s : J. Modelling the effect of interfaces on the mechanical behavior of reinforced concrete structures affected by steel corrosion Author s : I.

Incidence of ITZ microcracks created by service load on transport properties of concrete Author s : R. Modelling the influence of chemical reactions at the interface on engineering properties Author s : J. The mechanism behind is free water release from saturated SAP leading to an increase of relative humility and promoting further hydration. Compared to plain cement paste, the addition of SAP changes the hydration process and the development of microstructure in concrete.

In this chapter, the degree of hydration of cement in cement composites containing SAP is reviewed. The influence of SAP on the development of microstructure characteristics, i.


It is concluded that the addition of SAP in the mixture increases the hydration degree of cement particle, this leads to a reduction of capillary porosity in the matrix. Micro-computer tomography image shows that the voids introduced by SAP in the mixture are homogenously distributed. This chapter deals prospectively with one of the main applications of SAP in concrete construction, the mitigation of the autogenous shrinkage of concrete. In particular, the effects of using SAP as an additive for internal curing in cementitious materials with a low water-to-cement ratio and a low-permeability microstructure are presented and discussed.

Since the addition of SAP, often in conjunction with extra water, influences not only autogenous shrinkage but also other types of volumetric changes, this is addressed as well in this chapter. Furthermore, the development of stresses due to restrained autogenous shrinkage is also considered for concretes with and without internal curing.

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The present chapter deals with the effect of internal curing by means of SAP on mechanical properties of hardened concrete, such as compressive and tensile strength under compressive and different kind of tensile loading uniaxial, bending and splitting , and elastic properties. The chapter deals with various aspects of durability influenced by SAP.

Although the compressive strength is reduced with the addition of SAP it could be shown that the water and oxygen permeability remain the same or are improved. Due to the generation of air-filled pores by SAP the frost resistance with deicing salts is considerably superior to reference concrete without SAP. It is comparable to concrete with airentraining agents.