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ASTM International C09 Committee on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates has honored University of Texas at Austin doctorate candidate Bruno Fong-Martinez, and University of California, Berkeley graduate student Vincent Wenzel with Katharine and Bryant Mather Scholarship awards.
Contract award notice: PAN1268 Framework for the Provision of Ready Mix Concrete, Volumetric Concrete Aggregates and Asphalts.
This innovative and unique research programme between the AECOM Structures team in Birmingham and Loughborough University's Centre for Innovative & Collaborative Construction Engineering has challenged common industry perceptions regarding crushed concrete aggregates (CCA), and brought into question the existing limitations imposed by the design standards.
Barger, who joined ASTM in 1988, was named an honorary member of both C01 and C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates in 2009.
Reduction of the cement content in mortar made with fine concrete aggregates.
ABSTRACT: Concrete aggregates derived from the river bed materials of many of the streams originating from the NW-Himalayan region and draining into Pakistan are found reactive in terms of Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR).
Mechanical behaviour of concrete made with fine recycled concrete aggregates, Cement and Concrete Composites 29(5): 397-401.
ABSTRACT: Concrete aggregates derived from river bed materials of many of the streams originating from the NW-Himalayan region and draining into Pakistan are found reactive in terms of Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR).
Lightweight aggregate concrete (LWAC) has many comparative advantages over the commonly used concrete aggregates, for example LWAC is more fire resistant due to its verification, chemical inertness and cellular structure of the product.
The report includes guidance for ready mixed concrete producers on a methodology for the appropriate use of crushed concrete aggregates (CCA) in concrete.
The order of chapters in the sections on concrete aggregates has been revised, and a chapter on mineral admixtures has been separated into two chapters.
More recently, it has been applied to building materials with applications to cement-based mortars (4, 5), building bricks (6), and concrete aggregates (7) With microtomography, a complete three-dimensional image of the microstructure is obtained.