jasminecorp.net directory Cannot open jcsearch.dbCannot open jcsearch_time.db
Updated Blogs
More .....



 
 

| Add Search | Advertise With JCSearch | Suggest a Site

Search the Web


Search Results

Concrete and Mortar
Directory > Science > Technology > Materials > Concrete and Mortar

Categories
 
Debat (3) Slowpitch (254) Städte und Gemeinden (97)
Geskiedenis (10) Städte und Gemeinden (104) Vendors (9)
Godsdiens (196) Städte und Gemeinden (104) Fan Pages (7)
Kultuur (6) Australian Rules (8) Electronic (3)
Persoonlike webbladsye (53) Commissioner Tools (25) Human Voice (5)
Politiek (15) Leagues (94) Keyboard (7)
Uitgewekenes (2) Places to Play (37) Percussion (9)
Verhoudings (2) Resources (83) Stringed (17)
Städte und Gemeinden (104) Rugby (5) Winds (21)
Städte und Gemeinden (104) Email Forwards (22) United States (8)
Directories (6) Image Galleries (56) Business and Economy (17)
Fastpitch (1301) Football (1) Travel and Tourism (34)
Modified Pitch (11) Golf (16) Städte und Gemeinden (97)
News and Media (12) Walking (8) Fan Pages (2)
Organizations (40) Publications (21) Image Galleries (3)
Playing Fields (3) Städte und Gemeinden (104) Lyrics (6)
Regional (0) Städte und Gemeinden (97) Admixtures (6)

Web Sitesi

Technical Dictionary of European Mortars - EMODICO
A compendium of terms and definitions concerning mortar products and their use, available in
English, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese. The European Mortar Industry Organization (EMO)
prepared this document in order to make technology exchanges easier.

http://www.euromortar.com/con05.htm
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Stress Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction in Mortars
A test method and test apparatus is presented. It does not measure the length change but measures
the stress generated by the swelling of the gel. The force required to prevent expansion is
measured over time while the specimen and frame are immersed in a solution of 1-N NaOH at 50°C.
With some test results.

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build97/art019.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Ultrasonic non-destructive testing for concrete
Photo and short description of the testing facilities at the National University of Singapore.
http://www.bdg.nus.edu.sg/Labs/Materials/ultra.htm
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Pull-out Response of Hooked Steel Fibers
'Concrete Science and Engineering' Vol. 1 (1999) comprises a research paper on the effect of
mechanical clamping on the pull-out response of hooked steel fibers embedded in cementitious
matrices. [PDF, 983 kB]

http://www.rilem.net/cse01.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Argument for Using Coarse Cements in High-Performance Concretes.
Investigation of the effects of particle size distribution and water-to-cement ratio on hydration
kinetics. Printed in: Cement and Concrete Research, 1999. Besides an abstract, the fulltext is
available as PDF (371 kB).

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build99/art030.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Curing of High Strength Concrete Using Lightweight Aggregates
Report about tests with prewetted lightweight aggregates as a water supply in high strenght
concrete. [PDF, 468 kB]

http://iwb.uni-stuttgart.de/Festschr/weber.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Sprayed Concrete for Rock Support
Rock support book for download (chapterwise, PDFs). Details on dry-mix and wet-mix method,
admixtures and fibres, durability, sprayed concrete equipment and spraying techniques.

http://www.ugc.mbt.com/en/rocksupport.htm
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Heat-insulating from no-fines Lightweight Concrete
The major variables influencing the thermal conductivity of masonry materials are illustrated by
taking blocks made from no-fines lightweight concrete as an example. With notes for an optimized
product development. Reprint from Betonwerk Fertigteiltechnik 7/1999. [PDF, 1.2 MB]

http://www.mpva.de/download/bft_w%E4rme_haufLB.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Optimization of the Mixture of no-fines Lightweight Concrete
Details on the failure mechanisms of the texture and on the effects of aggregates, bonding agents
and additives. [PDF, 828 kB]

http://www.mpva.de/download/bft_rezeptopt_haufLB.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Fiber Reinforced Shotcrete
Summary information and test results for High Performance Polypropylene (HPP) fibers compared to
steel fibers. [PDF, 49 kB]

http://195.212.125.126/en/pdffiles/fibreskfg52000.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Introduction to Sprayed Concrete
Details of sprayed concrete, its application and uses, guidelines and specifications for both wet
and dry processes. [PDF, 2.1 MB]

http://www.sca.org.uk/sca/Intro%20to%20Sprayed%20Concrete.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Assessment of Commercial Corrosion Inhibiting Admixtures for Reinforced Concrete
This report conveys the results of a three-part laboratory study of corrosion inhibiting admixtures
in concrete. The abstract is available in HTML and the fulltext as PDF (1.4 MB).

http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-122199-104756/
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Resistance of Portland Cement Mortar to Chemical Attack
A report on a study on the resistance of concrete to chemical attack by various inorganic and
organic compounds, undertaken using mortar bars (1.5 x 1.5 x 10 cm). About 1200 specimens have been
placed under test, many have been exposed for more than two years. [PDF, 3.0 MB]

http://www.portcement.org/pdf_files/RX204.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Alkali-Silica Reaction and High Performance Concrete
Answers the question if high-performance concrete is susceptible to alkali-silica reaction. The
paper contains details on the alkali-silica reaction mechanism and the factors influencing it as
well as an overview on available test methods (ASTM C1260 and C227). Besides an abstract the
fulltext is available as PDF (24 pages, 1.3 MB).

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build95/art004.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Modified Slump Test to Measure Rheological Parameters of Fresh Concrete
The ease of placement of concrete depends upon at least two physical properties, the yield stress
and plastic viscosity. Currently the most common field test is the slump test, and it is related
only to the yield stress. Therefore, a simple field test method intended to provide an evaluation
of the two Bingham rheological parameters, yield stress and plastic viscosity, was developed.
Description of apparatus and test procedure.

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build98/art058.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Comparison of Concrete Rheometers
Comparison of measurements from five types of concrete rheometers (four of them are commercial
available). The aim was to provide data to establish correlations among them.

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build01/art074.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Fresh Concrete Rheology - Recent Developments
An overview of the tests that are commonly used to measure the rheology of fresh concrete and
methods to predict the flow of concrete from either compositon or laboratory tests. Materials
Science of Concrete VI. Proceedings, 2001.

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build01/art075.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Visible Cement Dataset
A collection of three-dimensional data sets of hydrating cement, Plaster of Paris, and common brick
material, all obtained using x-ray microtomography at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
in Grenoble, France. Each data set includes a description of the sample, the raw 3-D data, and
several two-dimensional images extracted from the raw data. Also included are several C utility
programs useful for exploring these datasets.

http://visiblecement.nist.gov/
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Concrete with Greater Resistance to Acid and to Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Corrosion
Comparison on the resistance to biogenic sulfuric acid corrosion of mortars based on Portland
cement and high-alumina cement. Informations about the stresses on the concrete in sewer systems
and the formation of sulfuric acid by microorganisms and how to improve the resistance of concrete
to attack by acid. [PDF, 1.9 MB]

http://www.hca.com/gfx/download/paper_bsk_sw.pdf
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Methods for Investigation of the Hydration Process in Cementitious Materials
Comparison of results investigating the hydration process in cementitious materials. Methods used
are ultrasound, scanning electron microscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

http://www.ndt.net/article/v06n05/reinhard/reinhard.htm
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

Influence of Mineral Admixtures on the Rheology of Cement Paste and Concrete
Rheological tests on cement paste were used to successfully select the type and dosage of mineral
admixtures that improved concrete workability.

http://fire.nist.gov/bfrlpubs/build01/art011.html
Reviews Rating: Not yet Rated Whois Check

 


Jasminecorp.net directory is based on the Open Directory and is being modified by Jasminecorp.

©2004 Jasmine Computers Inc.

Click here to subscribe for Jasminecorp's product News.

Home | JCBid |Software Development | Domain Registration | Hosting | Web Designing | Buy Books | Advertise with JCSearch | Whois | IP Locator | Add Search | Shopping | Store | Free Blogs | Free GuestBook | Free E-Cards | Free Games | Free Tutorials | Set as Home | Add to Favorite | Suggest a Site | Directory | Our Portfolio | Terms of service | Free quote | Tell a Friend | Special Offer | Job Opportunities | games | Usenet Groups

Submit a Site to Jasminecorp.net Directory || Advertise with us

 

Help build the largest human-edited directory on the web.
Submit a Site - Open Directory Project - Become an Editor
Get a Domain Name:
.com .us .info
.org .in .name
.net .biz .asia