Advanced Concrete Technology

Advanced Concrete

Contents
  • Mix Design
  • Concrete Mix Design
  • Joe Dewar
  • Introduction
  • Interpreting The Specification
  • Selection Of Materials
  • Relation Between Target Strength And Specified Characteristic Strength
  • Useful Simplifying Assumptions
  • Interaction Between Mix Design, Concrete Production And Construction
  • Initial Laboratory Tests Of Concrete
  • Calculations Of Quantities Per Cubic Meter From Initial Tests
  • Adjustments To Allow For Moisture Content Of Aggregates
  • Estimation Of Yield And Volume Delivered
  • Estimation Of Volume Of Concrete For Ordering Purposes
  • Design Of An Initial Test Program
  • Full-Scale Tests
  • Advanced Concrete Technology
  • Data Bank
  • Comprehensive Mix Design Of Ready-Mixed Concrete Based On
  • Laboratory Trials
  • Use Of Base Data From The BRMCA Design Method
  • Mix Design Example
  • Comprehensive Mix Design Of Concrete Based On Materials Properties
  • Principles And Test Methods
  • Computerized Comprehensive Method Of Mix Design
  • Key Features
  • Materials Database
  • Mix Details
Concrete Specification And Selected Concrete
  • Trials Data
  • Batching Data
  • Special Concretes
  • Simplified Mix Design Methods
  • Simplified Mix Design – The Doe () Method
  • Simplified Mix Design – The ACI () Method
  • Ready-To-Use Mix Designs
  • Summary
  • References
  • Further Reading
  • Special Concretes
  • Properties Of Lightweight Concrete
  • John Newman And Phil Owens
  • No-Fines Concrete (NFC)
  • Production
  • Concrete Technology
  • Properties
  • Aerated And Foamed Concrete
  • Production
  • Properties
  • Lightweight Aggregate Concrete
  • Introduction
  • Properties Of Lightweight Aggregate For Structural Concrete
  • Properties Of Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete
  • Experience In Use
  • References
  • High Strength Concrete
  • Bill Price