Browsing School of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Subject "Concrete"

Browsing School of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Subject "Concrete"

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  • Ballim, Y.; Graham, P.C. (Springer, 2009)
    This paper is intended to provide guidance on the form and extent to which supplementary cementing materials, in combination with Portland cement, modifies the rate of heat evolution during the early stages of hydration ...
  • Myers, T.G.; Fowkes, N.D.; Ballim, Y. (American Society of Civil Engineers., 2009)
    Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper we develop an approximate model for this process. The problem reduces to solving a one-dimensional heat equation in the ...
  • Myers, T.G.; Fowkes, N.D.; Ballim, Y. (2009-03-25)
    Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper we develop an approximate model for this process. The problem reduces to solving a one-dimensional heat equation in the ...

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