SEDL / STP / STP858-EB
Temperature Effects on Concrete
escribes the effects of different temperatures on the strength development, static and cyclic behavior, elasticity, maturity functions, and permeability of various concretes and mortars.
Table of Contents
Strength Development of Concrete Cured Under Arctic Sea Conditions
Aitcin P., Cheung M., Shah V.
Static and Cyclic Behavior of Structural Lightweight Concrete at Cryogenic Temperatures
Berner D., Gerwick B., Polivka M.
Performance of Dolostone and Limestone Concretes at Sustained High Temperatures
Carette G., Malhotra V.
Effect of Temperature and Delivery Time on Concrete Proportions
Gaynor R., Khan T., Meininger R.
Effect of Hot Weather Conditions on the Strength Performance of Set-Retarded Field Concrete
Maturity Functions for Concrete Cured During Winter Conditions
Temperature Effects on Strength and Elasticity of Concrete Containing Admixtures
Chakraborty M., Nasser K.
Effect of Temperature Rise and Fall on the Strength and Permeability of Concrete Made With and Without Fly Ash
Effects of Early Heat of Hydration and Exposure to Elevated Temperatures on Properties of Mortars and Pastes with Slag Cement
Nakagawa Z., Roy D., White E.
The Willow Island Collapse: A Maturity Case Study
Farahmandnia A., Halvorsen G.
Paper ID: STP858-EB
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