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1. Mix design procedure, tests, and standards
2. Rheology and workability of SCC
3. Production and placement of self-compacting concrete
4. Strength Properties of SCC
5. Permeation properties of self-compaction concrete
6. Shrinkage and Creep of SCC
7. Carbonation and Corrosion of SCC
8. Properties of SCC at Elevated Temperature
9. Properties of self-compacting concrete with recycled concrete aggregates
10. Properties of SCC with Industrial By-Products as Aggregates
11. Properties of SCC with Supplementary Cementing Materials
12. Properties of Fibre Reinforced SCC
13. Structural performance of self-compacting concrete
Self-Compacting Concrete: Materials, Properties and Applications presents the latest research on various aspects of self-compacting concrete, including test methods, rheology, strength and durability properties, SCC properties at elevated temperature, SC manufacturing with the use of SCMs, recycled aggregates and industrial by-products. Written by an international group of contributors who are closely associated with the development of self-compacting concrete, the book explores the main differences between SCC and normal concrete in terms of raw materials, fresh properties and hardened properties. Other topics discussed include the structure and practical applications of fiber reinforced SCC.
Researchers and experienced engineers will find this reference to be a systematic source to SCC with its accounting of the latest breakthroughs in the field and discussions of SCC constructability, structural integrity, improved flows into complex forms, and superior strength and durability.
- Offers a systematic and comprehensive source of information on the latest developments in SCC technology
- Includes mix design procedures, tests standards, rheology, strength and durability properties
- Explores the properties and practical applications of SCC
Civil, materials and structural engineers, Materials scientists, architects and structural designers, PhD students working in materials, structural design and construction
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2020
- 20th November 2019
- Woodhead Publishing
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Dr. Rafat Siddique is a Senior Professor of Civil Engineering & Dean of Research and Sponsored Projects Affairs at Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, India. He is the Editor of Journal of Construction and Building Materials (Elsevier) and Associate Editor of ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering. He also served as Associated Editor of Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials (Taylor & Francis) for five years (2012-2017). He is also on the Editorial Board of Journal of Building Engineering (Elsevier) ad Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling (Elsevier) His major thrust areas of research are Self-Compacting Concrete, Utilization of Waste Materials and Industrial By-products in Construction Materials, Supplementary Cementing Materials, Behaviour of Concrete at Elevated Temperature, and Microbial Concrete. He is the author of over 130+ research articles in peer-reviewed journals and authored four books including two books by Springer on “Waste Materials and By-products in Concrete” and “Supplementary Cementing Materials”. He is rated amongst top 10 researchers in the area of sustainable construction materials and concrete technology in terms of Citations (10000+ with H-Factor of 54) as per Google scholar. He has been to France, Germany, Finland, U.K., USA, and Mexico Universities as visiting/invited Professor. He has also edited books on “Waste and Supplementary Cementitious Materials in Concrete: Characterisation, Properties and Applications” (June 2018) and Self-Compacting Concrete: Materials, Properties and Applications (Nov 2019), both published by Elsevier and Woodhead Publishing.
Senior Professor of Civil Engineering & Dean of Research and Sponsored Projects, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology
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