Concrete Admixtures Handbook - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780815513735, 9780815516545

Concrete Admixtures Handbook

2nd Edition

Properties, Science and Technology

Authors: V.S. Ramachandran
Hardcover ISBN: 9780815513735
eBook ISBN: 9780815516545
Imprint: William Andrew
Published Date: 31st December 1996
Page Count: 1183
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  1. Concrete Science 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Formation of Portland Cement 3.0 Portland Cement: Composition 4.0 Individual Cement Compounds 5.0 Portland Cement 6.0 Cement Paste 7.0 Models of Hydrated Cement 8.0 Concrete Properties 9.0 Durability of Concrete References
  2. Research Techniques, Standards and Specifications 1.0 Research Techniques 2.0 Standards and Specifications References
  3. Admixture Interactions in Concrete 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Chemical Admixtures 3.0 Air-Entraining Agents 4.0 Polymer-Modified Concrete 5.0 Mineral Admixtures 6.0 Miscellaneous Admixtures References
  4. Chemical Admixtures - Recent Developments 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Superplasticizers 3.0 Antifreezing Admixtures 4.0 Air-Entraining Agents 5.0 Polymer-Modified Mortar and Concrete 6.0 Macrodefect-Free Cements 7.0 Activator Admixtures for Slags 8.0 Alkali-Aggregate Expansion-Reducing Admixtures 9.0 Admixtures for Underwater Concreting 10.0 Non-Chloride Accelerating Admixtures 11.0 Extended Set Control Admixtures 12.0 Corrosion Inhibitors 13.0 Concluding Remarks References
  5. Accelerators 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Influence of Calcium Chloride on the Hydration of Cement Minerals 3.0 Hydration of Cement 4.0 Properties of Concrete 5.0 Mechanical Properties 6.0 Durability of Concrete 7.0 Use of Calcium Chloride in Other Cementitious Systems 8.0 Calcium Chloride: Properties and Preparation 9.0 Standards and Practice 10.0 Estimation of Chlorides 11.0 Misconceptions in the Use of Calcium Chloride 12.0 Non-Chloride Accelerators References
  6. Water Reducers/Retarders 1.0 General Considerations 2.0 Preparation and Use of Water Reducers/Retarders 3.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on the Hydration of Cement Compounds and Cement 4.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on Fresh and Plastic Concrete 5.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on Hardened Concrete 6.0 Standards and Codes of Practice 7.0 Admixture Estimation References
  7. Superplasticizers 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Applications 3.0 Cement Paste 4.0 Fresh Concrete 5.0 Hardened Concrete 6.0 Concluding Remarks References
  8. Air-Entraining Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Composition and Manufacture 3.0 Use in Concrete 4.0 Effect on Cement Hydration and Hydration Product 5.0 Effects of Air Entrainment on Plastic Concrete 6.0 Effects of Air Entrainment on Hardened Concrete 7.0 Codes and Practices 8.0 Admixture Estimation and Analysis References
  9. Polymer-Modified Mortars and Concretes 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Applications 3.0 General Principles 4.0 Latex-Modified Systems 5.0 Properties of Latex-Modified Systems (Fresh State) 6.0 Properties of Hardened Latex Mortar and Concrete 7.0 Redispersible Polymer Powder-Modified Systems 8.0 Water Soluble Polymer-Modified Systems 9.0 Liquid Resin-Modified Systems 10.0 Special Polymer-Modified Systems 11.0 Standards and Specifications References
  10. Mineral Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Characterization and Classification of Mineral Admixtures 3.0 Natural Pozzolanic Materials 4.0 Industrial By-Products as Mineral Admixtures 5.0 Effect of Mineral Admixtures on Properties of Concrete 6.0 Test Methods For Evaluation of Mineral Admixtures 7.0 Economics of Use of Mineral Admixtures 8.0 Concluding Remarks References
  11. Antifreezing Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Preparation and Application of Antifreezing Admixtures 3.0 Effect of Antifreezing Admixtures on Cement and Cement Components 4.0 Effect of Antifreezing Admixtures on Physical Properties of Concrete Mixes 5.0 Mechanical Properties of Concrete 6.0 Durability 7.0 New Developments 8.0 Standards and Specifications References
  12. High-Volume Fly Ash and Slag Concrete 1.0 High-Volume Fly Ash Concrete 2.0 High Volume Slag Concrete References
  13. Admixtures for Repair and Restoration of Concrete 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Proprietary Repair Products 3.0 Concrete Infill 4.0 Special Repair Techniques References
  14. Alkali-Aggregate Expansion and Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures 1.0 Alkali Aggregate Expansion Inhibiting Admixtures 2.0 Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures References
  15. Miscellaneous Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Expansion Producing Admixtures 3.0 Pigments 4.0 Dampproofing and Waterproofing Admixtures 5.0 Pumping Aids 6.0 Flocculating Admixtures 7.0 Bacterial, Fungicidal and Insecticidal Admixtures 8.0 Shotcrete Admixtures 9.0 Antiwashout Admixtures References
  16. Batching and Dispensing of Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Manufacture 3.0 Packaging and Delivery 4.0 Dispensing of Admixtures 5.0 Criteria for Selection 6.0 Quality Control 7.0 Precautions 8.0 Safety and Hygienic Aspects in the Handling of Admixtures References
  17. Admixture Formulations 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Patent Literature 3.0 Accelerators 4.0 Water Reducers 5.0 Superplasticizers 6.0 Retarders 7.0 Air Entraining Agents 8.0 Polymer-Modified System 9.0 Miscellaneous and Polyfunctional Admixtures References
  18. Admixtures for Oilwell Cements 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Classification of Oilwell Cement Additives 3.0 Special Oilwell Cements and Additive Usage 4.0 Conclusions References

Readership

Technologists, Practitioners, Engineers, Architects, Concrete Manufacturers, Material Scientists, Cement Scientists, Students.

Table of Contents

  1. Concrete Science 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Formation of Portland Cement 3.0 Portland Cement: Composition 4.0 Individual Cement Compounds 5.0 Portland Cement 6.0 Cement Paste 7.0 Models of Hydrated Cement 8.0 Concrete Properties 9.0 Durability of Concrete References
  2. Research Techniques, Standards and Specifications 1.0 Research Techniques 2.0 Standards and Specifications References
  3. Admixture Interactions in Concrete 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Chemical Admixtures 3.0 Air-Entraining Agents 4.0 Polymer-Modified Concrete 5.0 Mineral Admixtures 6.0 Miscellaneous Admixtures References
  4. Chemical Admixtures - Recent Developments 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Superplasticizers 3.0 Antifreezing Admixtures 4.0 Air-Entraining Agents 5.0 Polymer-Modified Mortar and Concrete 6.0 Macrodefect-Free Cements 7.0 Activator Admixtures for Slags 8.0 Alkali-Aggregate Expansion-Reducing Admixtures 9.0 Admixtures for Underwater Concreting 10.0 Non-Chloride Accelerating Admixtures 11.0 Extended Set Control Admixtures 12.0 Corrosion Inhibitors 13.0 Concluding Remarks References
  5. Accelerators 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Influence of Calcium Chloride on the Hydration of Cement Minerals 3.0 Hydration of Cement 4.0 Properties of Concrete 5.0 Mechanical Properties 6.0 Durability of Concrete 7.0 Use of Calcium Chloride in Other Cementitious Systems 8.0 Calcium Chloride: Properties and Preparation 9.0 Standards and Practice 10.0 Estimation of Chlorides 11.0 Misconceptions in the Use of Calcium Chloride 12.0 Non-Chloride Accelerators References
  6. Water Reducers/Retarders 1.0 General Considerations 2.0 Preparation and Use of Water Reducers/Retarders 3.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on the Hydration of Cement Compounds and Cement 4.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on Fresh and Plastic Concrete 5.0 Effect of Water Reducers/Retarders on Hardened Concrete 6.0 Standards and Codes of Practice 7.0 Admixture Estimation References
  7. Superplasticizers 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Applications 3.0 Cement Paste 4.0 Fresh Concrete 5.0 Hardened Concrete 6.0 Concluding Remarks References
  8. Air-Entraining Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Composition and Manufacture 3.0 Use in Concrete 4.0 Effect on Cement Hydration and Hydration Product 5.0 Effects of Air Entrainment on Plastic Concrete 6.0 Effects of Air Entrainment on Hardened Concrete 7.0 Codes and Practices 8.0 Admixture Estimation and Analysis References
  9. Polymer-Modified Mortars and Concretes 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Applications 3.0 General Principles 4.0 Latex-Modified Systems 5.0 Properties of Latex-Modified Systems (Fresh State) 6.0 Properties of Hardened Latex Mortar and Concrete 7.0 Redispersible Polymer Powder-Modified Systems 8.0 Water Soluble Polymer-Modified Systems 9.0 Liquid Resin-Modified Systems 10.0 Special Polymer-Modified Systems 11.0 Standards and Specifications References
  10. Mineral Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Characterization and Classification of Mineral Admixtures 3.0 Natural Pozzolanic Materials 4.0 Industrial By-Products as Mineral Admixtures 5.0 Effect of Mineral Admixtures on Properties of Concrete 6.0 Test Methods For Evaluation of Mineral Admixtures 7.0 Economics of Use of Mineral Admixtures 8.0 Concluding Remarks References
  11. Antifreezing Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Preparation and Application of Antifreezing Admixtures 3.0 Effect of Antifreezing Admixtures on Cement and Cement Components 4.0 Effect of Antifreezing Admixtures on Physical Properties of Concrete Mixes 5.0 Mechanical Properties of Concrete 6.0 Durability 7.0 New Developments 8.0 Standards and Specifications References
  12. High-Volume Fly Ash and Slag Concrete 1.0 High-Volume Fly Ash Concrete 2.0 High Volume Slag Concrete References
  13. Admixtures for Repair and Restoration of Concrete 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Proprietary Repair Products 3.0 Concrete Infill 4.0 Special Repair Techniques References
  14. Alkali-Aggregate Expansion and Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures 1.0 Alkali Aggregate Expansion Inhibiting Admixtures 2.0 Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures References
  15. Miscellaneous Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Expansion Producing Admixtures 3.0 Pigments 4.0 Dampproofing and Waterproofing Admixtures 5.0 Pumping Aids 6.0 Flocculating Admixtures 7.0 Bacterial, Fungicidal and Insecticidal Admixtures 8.0 Shotcrete Admixtures 9.0 Antiwashout Admixtures References
  16. Batching and Dispensing of Admixtures 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Manufacture 3.0 Packaging and Delivery 4.0 Dispensing of Admixtures 5.0 Criteria for Selection 6.0 Quality Control 7.0 Precautions 8.0 Safety and Hygienic Aspects in the Handling of Admixtures References
  17. Admixture Formulations 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Patent Literature 3.0 Accelerators 4.0 Water Reducers 5.0 Superplasticizers 6.0 Retarders 7.0 Air Entraining Agents 8.0 Polymer-Modified System 9.0 Miscellaneous and Polyfunctional Admixtures References
  18. Admixtures for Oilwell Cements 1.0 Introduction 2.0 Classification of Oilwell Cement Additives 3.0 Special Oilwell Cements and Additive Usage 4.0 Conclusions References

Details

No. of pages:
1183
Language:
English
Copyright:
© William Andrew 1996
Published:
Imprint:
William Andrew
eBook ISBN:
9780815516545
Hardcover ISBN:
9780815513735

About the Author

V.S. Ramachandran

Affiliations and Expertise

National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada