Significance of Tests and Properties of Concrete and Concrete-Making Materials

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ContentsChapter 1: Introduction—JOSEPH F. LAMOND AND JAMES H. PIELERT ..................................1PART IGENERALChapter 2: The Nature of Concrete—RICHARD A. HELMUTH AND RACHEL J. DETWILER ......5Chapter 3: Techniques, Procedures, and Practices of Sampling of Concreteand Concrete Making Materials—TOY S. POOLE ...........................................16Chapter 4: Statistical Considerations in Sampling and Testing—GARLAND W. STEELE ................................................................................................22Chapter 5: Uniformity of Concrete-Making Materials—ANTHONY E. FIORATO .......30Chapter 6: Virtual Testing of Cement and Concrete—DALE P. BENTZ,EDWARD J. GARBOCZI, JEFFREY W. BULLARD, CHIARA FERRARIS, NICOS MARTYS,AND PAUL E. STUTZMAN ...........................................................................................38Chapter 7: Quality Cement, Concrete, and Aggregates—The Roleof Testing Laboratories—JAMES H. PIELERT .....................................................51PART IIFRESHLY MIXED CONCRETEChapter 8: Factors Influencing Concrete Workability—D. GENE DANIEL ...............59Chapter 9: Air Content, Temperature, Density (Unit Weight), andYield—LAWRENCE R. ROBERTS ................................................................................73Chapter 10: Making and Curing Concrete Specimens—JOSEPH F. LAMOND ...........80Chapter 11: Time of Setting—BRUCE J. CHRISTENSEN.....................................................86Chapter 12: Bleed Water—STEVEN H. KOSMATKA...........................................................99PART IIIHARDENED CONCRETEChapter 13: Concrete Strength Testing—CELIK OZYILDIRIMAND NICHOLAS J. CARINO........................................................................................125Chapter 14: Prediction of Potential Concrete Strength at Later Ages—NICHOLAS J. CARINO ..............................................................................................141Chapter 15: Freezing and Thawing—CHARLES K. NMAI ............................................154Chapter 16: Corrosion of Reinforcing Steel—NEAL S. BERKE .................................164Chapter 17: Embedded Metals and Materials Other ThanReinforcing Steel—BERNARD ERLIN..................................................................174Chapter 18: Abrasion Resistance—KARL J. BAKKE ....................................................184Chapter 19: Elastic Properties, Creep, and Relaxation—JASON WEISS.................194Chapter 20: Petrographic Examination—BERNARD ERLIN ........................................207Chapter 21: Volume Change—FRED GOODWIN ...........................................................215Chapter 22: Thermal Properties—STEPHEN B. TATRO .................................................226Chapter 23: Pore Structure, Permeability, and Penetration ResistanceCharacteristics of Concrete—NATALIYA HEARN, R. DOUGLAS HOOTON,AND MICHELLE R. NOKKEN......................................................................................238Chapter 24: Chemical Resistance of Concrete—M. D. A. THOMASAND J. SKALNY .....................................................................................................253Chapter 25: Resistance to Fire and High Temperatures—STEPHEN S. SZOKE........274Chapter 26: Air Content and Density of Hardened Concrete—KENNETH C. HOVER ...............................................................................................288Chapter 27: Analyses for Cement and Other Materials in HardenedConcrete—WILLIAM G. HIME..............................................................................309Chapter 28: Nondestructive Tests—V. MOHAN MALHOTRA.......................................314
Chapter 29: Grading, Shape, and Surface Texture—ROBIN E. GRAVES..................337Chapter 30: Bulk Density, Relative Density (Specific Gravity), PoreStructure, Absorption, and Surface Moisture—JOHN J. YZENAS, JR. ........346Chapter 31: Soundness, Deleterious Substances, and Coatings—STEPHEN W. FORSTER ...................................................................................355Chapter 32: Degradation Resistance, Strength, and Related Properties ofAggregates—RICHARD C. MEININGER .................................................................365Chapter 33: Petrographic Evaluation of Concrete Aggregates—G. SAM WONG......................................................................................................377Chapter 34: Alkali-Silica Reactions in Concrete—DAVID STARK.............................401Chapter 35: Alkali-Carbonate Rock Reaction—MICHAEL A. OZOL ..........................410Chapter 36: Thermal Properties of Aggregates—D. STEPHEN LANE.......................425PART VOTHER CONCRETE MAKING MATERIALSChapter 37: Hydraulic Cements—Physical Properties—LESLIE STRUBLE ................435Chapter 38: Hydraulic Cement-Chemical Properties—SHARON M. DEHAYESAND PAUL D. TENNIS ....................................................................................450Chapter 39: Mixing and Curing Water for Concrete—JAMES S. PIERCE.................462Chapter 40: Curing and Materials Applied to New ConcreteSurfaces—BEN E. EDWARDS ...............................................................................467Chapter 41: Air-Entraining Admixtures—ARA A. JEKNAVORIAN...............................474Chapter 42: Chemical Admixtures—BRUCE J. CHRISTENSEN AND HAMID FARZAM..........484Chapter 43: Supplementary Cementitious Materials—SCOTT SCHLORHOLTZ.........495Chapter 44: Slag as a Cementitious Material—JAN R. PRUSINSKI ...........................512PART VISPECIALIZED CONCRETESChapter 45: Ready Mixed Concrete—COLIN L. LOBO AND RICHARD D. GAYNOR ..........533Chapter 46: Lightweight Concrete and Aggregates—THOMAS A. HOLMAND JOHN P. RIES ..................................................................................................548Chapter 47: Cellular Concrete—FOUAD H. FOUAD .....................................................561Chapter 48: Concrete for Radiation Shielding—DOUGLAS E. VOLKMAN .................570Chapter 49: Fiber-Reinforced Concrete—PETER C. TATNALL.....................................578Chapter 50: Preplaced Aggregate Concrete—EDWARD P. HOLUB ...........................591Chapter 51: Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC)—WAYNE S. ADASKA .....................595Chapter 52: Polymer-Modified Concrete and Mortar—D. GERRY WALTERS .........605Chapter 53: Shotcrete—JOHN H. PYE ..........................................................................616Chapter 54: Organic Materials for Bonding, Patching, and SealingConcrete—RAYMOND J. SCHUTZ..........................................................................625Chapter 55: Packaged, Dry, Cementitious Mixtures—DENNISON FIALA ................631Chapter 56: Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)—JOSEPH A. DACZKOAND MARTIN VACHON ............................................................................................637INDEXESIndex ..............................................................................................................................647