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  1. Heat of Hydration, Shrinkage, and Flexural Strength of Portland Limestone Cement Mortar
  2. Salt-Related Damage in Air Entrained Concrete
  3. The Influence of Specimen Preparation on the Results of the Ball-on-Three-Ball (B3B) Test for Cementitious Materials
  4. Electrical and Transport Properties of Cement Mortar Made Using Portland Limestone Cement
  5. Quantifying Drying and Carbonation in Calcium Silicate- Cement Systems Using Neutron Radiography
  6. CALTRANS: Impact of the Use of Portland-Limestone Cement on Concrete Performance as Plain or Reinforced Material
  7. Using X-ray computed tomography to investigate mortar subjected to freeze-thaw cycles
  8. Rheological impact of using cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) in cement pastes
  9. Comparison of Chemical and Biogenic Acid Attack on Concrete
  10. Correction to: A nearly self-sufficient framework for modelling reactive-transport processes in concrete
  11. An accelerated testing protocol for assessing microbially induced concrete deterioration during the bacterial attachment phase
  12. Quantifying fluid filling of the air voids in air entrained concrete using neutron radiography
  13. Concrete Resistance to Sulfuric Acid Immersion: The Influence of Testing Details and Mixture Design on Performance as It Relates to Microbially Induced Corrosion
  14. New insights from reactivity testing of supplementary cementitious materials
  15. Toward the prediction of pore volumes and freeze-thaw performance of concrete using thermodynamic modelling
  16. Evaluating the efficacy of antimicrobial additives against biogenic acidification in simulated wastewater exposure solutions
  17. Hydration, Pore Solution, and Porosity of Cementitious Pastes Made with Seawater
  18. Service-life of concrete in freeze-thaw environments: Critical degree of saturation and calcium oxychloride formation
  19. Investigation of the Reactivity of Fly Ash and Its Effect on Mixture Properties
  20. Combining Reactivity Test, Isothermal Calorimetry, and Compressive Strength Measurements to Study Conventional and Alternative Supplementary Cementitious Materials
  21. Examining the Influence of the Degree of Saturation on Length Change and Freeze-Thaw Damage
  22. A two-step multiscale model to predict early age strength development of cementitious composites considering competing fracture mechanisms
  23. Electrical Resistivity and Formation Factor of Air-Entrained Concrete
  24. Influence of high volumes of silica fume on the rheological behavior of oil well cement pastes
  25. Chloride binding of cement pastes with fly ash exposed to CaCl2 solutions at 5 and 23 °C
  26. Editorial
  27. Activation Energy of Conduction for Use in Temperature Corrections on Electrical Measurements of Concrete
  28. Relating the Formation Factor and Chloride Binding Parameters to the Apparent Chloride Diffusion Coefficient of Concrete
  29. Using Neutron Radiography to Quantify the Settlement of Fresh Concrete
  30. An alternative approach to assessing pore solution composition and resistivity.
  31. A nearly self-sufficient framework for modelling reactive-transport processes in concrete
  32. Relating Formation Factor to Water Absorption in Concrete
  33. Role of Supplementary Cementitious Material Type in the Mitigation of Calcium Oxychloride Formation in Cementitious Pastes
  34. Expression of Cementitious Pore Solution and the Analysis of Its Chemical Composition and Resistivity Using X-ray Fluorescence
  35. Design Methodology for Partial Volumes of Internal Curing Water Based on the Reduction of Autogenous Shrinkage
  36. Damage in cement pastes exposed to MgCl2 solutions
  37. A New Way to Assess Curing
  38. Damage in cement pastes exposed to NaCl solutions
  39. Freeze-thaw crack determination in cementitious materials using 3D X-ray computed tomography and acoustic emission
  40. Numerical analysis of the freeze-thaw performance of cementitious composites that contain phase change material (PCM)
  41. Prediction of Chloride Ingress in Saturated Concrete Using Formation Factor and Chloride Binding Isotherm
  42. Temperature Corrections for Electrical Resistivity Testing
  43. Pozzolanicity of finely ground lightweight aggregates
  44. Absorption and Desorption of Superabsorbent Polymers for Use in Internally Cured Concrete
  45. Chloride Diffusion and Wicking in Concrete Exposed to NaCl and MgCl2 Solutions
  46. Phase Diagram and Volume Change of the Ca(OH)2─ CaCl2─ H2O System for Varying Ca(OH)2/CaCl2 Molar Ratios
  47. Flexural strength reduction of cement pastes exposed to CaCl 2 solutions
  48. Evaluating the hydration of high volume fly ash mixtures using chemically inert fillers
  49. Extending Low-Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimetry from Paste to Mortar and Concrete to Quantify the Potential for Calcium Oxychloride Formation
  50. Accounting for Water Stored in Superabsorbent Polymers in Increasing the Degree of Hydration and Reducing the Shrinkage of Internally Cured Cementitious Mixtures
  51. Incorporating phase change materials in concrete pavement to melt snow and ice
  52. Using electrical resistance to evaluate the chip seal curing process
  53. Mitigation of Calcium Oxychloride Formation in Cement Pastes Using Undensified Silica Fume
  54. Testing the Pozzolanic Activity of Supplementary Cementitious Materials
  55. The Influence of Cellulose Nanocrystals on the Hydration and Flexural Strength of Portland Cement Pastes
  56. Influence of Mechanically Induced Cracking on Chloride Ingress in Concrete
  57. Transport due to Diffusion, Drying, and Wicking in Concrete Containing a Shrinkage-Reducing Admixture
  58. Quantifying Asphalt Emulsion-Based Chip Seal Curing Times Using Electrical Resistance Measurements
  59. Water Absorption in Cementitious Materials at Different Temperatures
  60. The Influence of Calcium Chloride on Flexural Strength of Cement-Based Materials
  61. Using rapid electrical test methods to specify durable concrete
  62. Reducing Calcium Oxychloride Damage Caused by Blends of Salts
  63. Evaluating the use of supplementary cementitious materials to mitigate damage in cementitious materials exposed to calcium chloride deicing salt
  64. Subgrade cracking monitoring using distributed optical fiber sensing technique
  65. Performance and damage evolution of plain and fibre-reinforced segmental concrete pipelines subjected to transverse permanent ground displacement
  66. Hydration of Cement Pastes Containing Accelerator at Various Temperatures: Application to High Early Strength Pavement Patching
  67. Effects of Concrete Composition on Resistance to Microbially Induced Corrosion
  68. Leaching of conductive species: Implications to measurements of electrical resistivity
  69. Measuring Volume Change Caused by Calcium Oxychloride Phase Transformation in a Ca(OH)2-CaCl2-H2O System
  70. Using X-ray fluorescence to assess the chemical composition and resistivity of simulated cementitious pore solutions
  71. Neutron Radiography Measurement of Salt Solution Absorption in Mortar
  72. Interpreting the Pore Structure of Hydrating Cement Phases Through a Synergistic Use of the Powers-Brownyard Model, Hydration Kinetics, and Thermodynamic Calculations
  73. A Mobile Concrete Laboratory to Support Quality Concrete, Technology Transfer, and Training
  74. Use of Fly Ash to Minimize Deicing Salt Damage in Concrete Pavements
  75. Evaluating Freeze-Thaw Damage in Concrete with Acoustic Emissions and Ultrasonics
  76. Cellulose nanomaterials as additives for cementitious materials
  77. Using Low-Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimetry to Quantify Calcium Oxychloride Formation for Cementitious Materials in the Presence of Calcium Chloride
  78. Performance of Concrete Pavement in the Presence of Deicing Salts and Deicing Salt Cocktails
  79. Numerical simulation of the freeze–thaw behavior of mortar containing deicing salt solution
  80. The influence of cellulose nanocrystals on the microstructure of cement paste
  81. The influence of carbonation on the formation of calcium oxychloride
  82. Effect of superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on the freeze–thaw resistance of concrete: results of a RILEM interlaboratory study
  83. The influence of mechanical activation by vibro-milling on the early-age hydration and strength development of cement
  84. The relationship between cellulose nanocrystal dispersion and strength
  85. Toward a Specification for Transport Properties of Concrete Based on the Formation Factor of a Sealed Specimen
  86. Using neutron radiography to assess water absorption in air entrained mortar
  87. Evaluating the Use of Phase Change Materials in Concrete Pavement to Melt Ice and Snow
  88. Electrical Properties of Cementitious Systems: Formation Factor Determination and the Influence of Conditioning Procedures
  89. Binary mixtures of fatty acid methyl esters as phase change materials for low temperature applications
  90. Monitoring sulfide-oxidizing biofilm activity on cement surfaces using non-invasive self-referencing microsensors
  91. Assessing a concrete's resistance to chloride ion ingress using the formation factor
  92. Reducing Joint Damage in Concrete Pavements: Quantifying Calcium Oxychloride Formation
  93. Internal Curing for Concrete Bridge Decks: Integration of a Social Cost Analysis in Evaluation of Long-Term Benefit
  94. Evaluation of Sealers and Waterproofers for Extending the Life Cycle of Concrete
  95. Editorial
  96. Evaluating the Intrinsic Permeability of Cementitious Materials Using a Falling-Head Gas Permeameter
  97. Documentation of the INDOT Experience and Construction of the Bridge Decks Containing Internal Curing in 2013
  98. The influence of calcium chloride deicing salt on phase changes and damage development in cementitious materials
  99. Assessing Performance of Glow-in-the-Dark Concrete
  100. Using accelerated pavement testing to examine traffic opening criteria for concrete pavements
  101. Early Detection of Joint Distress in Portland Cement Concrete Pavements
  102. Thoughts on Curling in Plain and SRA Concrete Slabs: Moisture Gradients, Surface Tension, and Viscosity
  103. Concrete Pavement Joint Durability: A Sorption-Based Model for Saturation, the Role of Distributed Cracking, and Calcium Oxychloride Formation
  104. Damage development in cementitious materials exposed to magnesium chloride deicing salt
  105. Acoustic emission waveform characterization of crack origin and mode in fractured and ASR damaged concrete
  106. Plastic shrinkage of mortars with shrinkage reducing admixture and lightweight aggregates studied by neutron tomography
  107. Freezing and Thawing Behavior of Internally Cured Concrete
  108. Electrical response of mortar with different degrees of saturation and deicing salt solutions during freezing and thawing
  109. The influence of cellulose nanocrystal additions on the performance of cement paste
  110. The Influence of Calcium Chloride Salt Solution on the Transport Properties of Cementitious Materials
  111. Using X-ray transmission/attenuation to quantify fluid absorption in cracked concrete
  112. Multi-scale investigation of the performance of limestone in concrete
  113. Conventional Portland Cement and Carbonated Calcium Silicate–Based Cement Systems
  114. Using Neutron Radiography to Quantify Water Transport and the Degree of Saturation in Entrained Air Cement Based Mortar
  115. Using Fick’s Second Law and Nernst–Planck Approach in Prediction of Chloride Ingress in Concrete Materials
  116. An inter lab comparison of gas transport testing procedures: Oxygen permeability and oxygen diffusivity
  117. Early age cracking behavior of internally cured mortar restrained by dual rings with different thickness
  118. The influence of accelerated curing on the properties used in the prediction of chloride ingress in concrete using a Nernst–Planck approach
  119. The influence of deicing salt exposure on the gas transport in cementitious materials
  120. The influence of alkali content on the electrical resistivity and transport properties of cementitious materials
  121. Freeze Thaw Durability of Internally Cured Concrete Made Using Superabsorbent Polymers
  122. Saturation of Air Entrained Voids and Its Implication on the Transport of Ionic Species in Concrete
  123. Characterizing the Pore Structure of Carbonated Natural Wollastonite
  124. Using Acoustic Emission to Quantify Freeze–Thaw Damage of Mortar Saturated with NaCl Solutions
  125. Review of Microbially Induced Corrosion and Comments on Needs Related to Testing Procedures
  126. Surface and Uniaxial Electrical Measurements on Layered Cementitious Composites having Cylindrical and Prismatic Geometries
  127. Determining the Moisture Content of Pre-Wetted Lightweight Aggregate: Assessing the Variability of the Paper Towel and Centrifuge Methods
  128. Wireless Crack Detection in Concrete Elements Using Conductive Surface Sensors and Radio Frequency Identification Technology
  129. Erratum to “Modeling of the influence of transverse cracking on chloride penetration into concrete” [Cem. Concr. Compos. 38 (2013) 65–74]
  130. Editorial
  131. Fluid transport in high volume fly ash mixtures with and without internal curing
  132. Acoustic Emission and Low-Temperature Calorimetry Study of Freeze and Thaw Behavior in Cementitious Materials Exposed to Sodium Chloride Salt
  133. Influence of Slag Aggregate Production on Its Potential for Use in Internal Curing
  134. Performance of Portland Limestone Cements
  135. An Overview of Joint Deterioration in Concrete Pavement: Mechanisms, Solution Properties, and Sealers
  136. Electrical Testing of Cement-Based Materials: Role of Testing Techniques, Sample Conditioning
  137. Performance of Portland Limestone Cements: Cements Designed to Be More Sustainable That Include up to 15% Limestone Addition
  138. Factors That Influence Electrical Resistivity Measurements in Cementitious Systems
  139. Jet mill grinding of portland cement, limestone, and fly ash: Impact on particle size, hydration rate, and strength
  140. Influence of Exposure Conditions on the Efficiency of Internal Curing in Concrete
  141. Influence of bundle coating on the tensile behavior, bonding, cracking and fluid transport of fabric cement-based composites
  142. Using a Saturation Function to Interpret the Electrical Properties of Partially Saturated Concrete
  143. Editorial
  144. Effect of internal curing by using superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on autogenous shrinkage and other properties of a high-performance fine-grained concrete: results of a RILEM round-robin test
  145. Modeling of the influence of transverse cracking on chloride penetration into concrete
  146. Atomic force and lateral force microscopy (AFM and LFM) examinations of cement and cement hydration products
  147. Application of ultrasonic P-wave reflection to measure development of early-age cement-paste properties
  148. Application of internal curing for mixtures containing high volumes of fly ash
  149. The influence of the initial moisture content of lightweight aggregate on internal curing
  150. Characterizing Lightweight Aggregate Desorption at High Relative Humidities Using a Pressure Plate Apparatus
  151. Modeling of Water Migration during Internal Curing with Superabsorbent Polymers
  152. Special Section on Advances in Internally Cured Concrete
  153. Chloride Transport and Service Life in Internally Cured Concrete
  154. Reducing Cracking in Concrete Structures by Using Internal Curing with High Volumes of Fly Ash
  155. Water Absorption and Critical Degree of Saturation Relating to Freeze-Thaw Damage in Concrete Pavement Joints
  156. Water Absorption and Electrical Conductivity for Internally Cured Mortars with a W/C between 0.30 and 0.45
  157. Assessment of the Behavior of Buried Concrete Pipelines Subjected to Ground Rupture: Experimental Study
  158. Toward the Development of a Performance-Related Specification for Concrete Shrinkage
  159. Fine limestone additions to regulate setting in high volume fly ash mixtures
  160. Study of early-age bridge deck cracking in Nevada and Wyoming
  161. Can Soy Methyl Esters Improve Concrete Pavement Joint Durability?
  162. Reducing Set Retardation in High-Volume Fly Ash Mixtures with the Use of Limestone
  163. Absorption and desorption properties of fine lightweight aggregate for application to internally cured concrete mixtures
  164. Hydrated cement paste constituents observed with Atomic Force and Lateral Force Microscopy
  165. Effect of sample conditioning on the water absorption of concrete
  166. Release of internal curing water from lightweight aggregates in cement paste investigated by neutron and X-ray tomography
  167. Capillary porosity depercolation in cement-based materials: Measurement techniques and factors which influence their interpretation
  168. Fluid Transport in Cracked Fabric-Reinforced-Cement-Based Composites
  169. Using electrical, magnetic and acoustic sensors to detect damage in segmental concrete pipes subjected to permanent ground displacement
  170. A Simple Soil-Structure Interaction Model for Indirect Damage Assessment of Segmented Concrete Pipelines during PGD
  171. Restrained Shrinkage Cracking in Concrete Elements: Role of Substrate Bond on Crack Development
  172. Role of Lightweight Synthetic Particles on the Restrained Shrinkage Cracking Behavior of Mortar
  173. Wetting and drying of concrete using aqueous solutions containing deicing salts
  174. Damage Detection and Health Monitoring of Buried Segmental Concrete Pipes
  175. The origin of early age expansions induced in cementitious materials containing shrinkage reducing admixtures
  176. Application of Frequency Selective Circuits for Crack Detection in Concrete Elements
  177. Detecting the time and location of cracks using electrically conductive surfaces
  178. Experimental Methods to Detect and Quantify Damage in Restrained Concrete Ring Specimens
  179. Parametric Assessment of Stress Development and Cracking in Internally Cured Restrained Mortars Experiencing Autogenous Deformations and Thermal Loading
  180. Durability of Saw-Cut Joints in Plain Cement Concrete Pavements
  181. Internal curing :
  182. The role of fiber reinforcement in mitigating shrinkage cracks in concrete
  183. Variability Analysis of the Bulk Resistivity Measured Using Concrete Cylinders
  184. The design of an instrumented rebar for assessment of corrosion in cracked reinforced concrete
  185. Atomic Force Microscopy Examinations of Mortar Made by Using Water-Filled Lightweight Aggregate
  186. Experimental and Numerical Quantification of Plastic Settlement in Fresh Cementitious Systems
  187. An automated electrical monitoring system (AEMS) to assess property development in concrete
  188. Design of a Large Scale Restrained Shrinkage Testing System
  189. Behavior of full-scale concrete segmented pipelines under permanent ground displacements
  190. Influence of Shrinkage-Reducing Admixtures on Moisture Absorption in Cementitious Materials at Early Ages
  191. Shrinkage Cracking Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Concrete: As Assessed Using the Restrained Ring Test
  192. Can Soy Methyl Esters Reduce Fluid Transport and Improve Durability of Concrete?
  193. Early-age acoustic emission measurements in hydrating cement paste: Evidence for cavitation during solidification due to self-desiccation
  194. Water absorption in internally cured mortar made with water-filled lightweight aggregate
  195. Volume change and cracking in internally cured mixtures made with saturated lightweight aggregate under sealed and unsealed conditions
  196. Saturated Lightweight Aggregate for Internal Curing in Low w/c Mixtures: Monitoring Water Movement Using X-ray Absorption
  197. Experimental study on the behavior of segmented buried concrete pipelines subject to ground movements
  198. Assessing internal stress evolution in unsaturated soils
  199. Using X-Ray Absorption to Assess Moisture Movement in Cement-Based Materials
  200. Assessing the Repeatability of the Restrained Ring Test
  201. Brittle Matrix Composites 9
  202. Saw-Cutting Guidelines for Concrete Pavements: Examining the Requirements for Time and Depth of Saw-Cutting
  203. Shrinkage Mitigation Strategies in Cementitious Systems: A Closer Look at Differences in Sealed and Unsealed Behavior
  204. Methodology for Determining the Timing of Saw Cutting in Concrete Pavements
  205. Rheological properties of cement pastes: A discussion of structure formation and mechanical property development
  206. Cracking in cement paste induced by autogenous shrinkage
  207. Early-Age Properties of Cement-Based Materials. I: Influence of Cement Fineness
  208. Interactions between shrinkage reducing admixtures (SRA) and cement paste's pore solution
  209. Comments on the Interpretation of Results from the Restrained Ring Test
  210. Electrical conductivity of drying cement paste
  211. Characterizing Enhanced Porosity Concrete using electrical impedance to predict acoustic and hydraulic performance
  212. Linking Health Monitoring in Concrete Structures with Durability Performance Simulations
  213. Quantifying shrinkage cracking in fiber reinforced concrete using the ring test
  214. A preliminary numerical investigation on the influence of material variability in the early-age cracking behavior of restrained concrete
  215. Assessment of Localized Damage in Concrete under Compression Using Acoustic Emission
  216. Water Transport in Concrete Damaged by Tensile Loading and Freeze–Thaw Cycling
  217. Estimating residual stress in the restrained ring test under circumferential drying
  218. Quantifying the Influence of Specimen Geometry on the Results of the Restrained Ring Test
  219. Quantifying Variability in Assessing the Risk of Early-Age Cracking in Restrained Concrete Elements
  220. The role of specimen geometry and boundary conditions on stress development and cracking in the restrained ring test
  221. Procedure to Interpret Electrical Conductivity Measurements in Cover Concrete during Rewetting
  222. Modeling the Influence of Pore Structure on the Acoustic Absorption of Enhanced Porosity Concrete
  223. Comparison of Various INDOT Testing Methods and Procedures to Quantify Variability in Measured Bituminous and Concrete Properties
  224. Assessing residual stress development and stress relaxation in restrained concrete ring specimens
  225. Acoustic performance and damping behavior of cellulose–cement composites
  226. Using acoustic emission to quantify damage in restrained fiber-reinforced cement mortars
  231. Quantifying Early-Age Stress Development and Cracking in Low Water-to-Cement Concrete: Restrained-Ring Test with Acoustic Emission
  232. Assessing Damage in Corroded Reinforced Concrete Using Acoustic Emission
  233. Predicting Shrinkage Stress Field in Concrete Slab on Elastic Subgrade
  234. Assessing corrosion damage in reinforced concrete beams using acoustic emission
  235. Shrinkage Cracking of Restrained Concrete Slabs
  236. Chapter 19: Elastic Properties, Creep, and Relaxation
  238. Detection and analysis of microcracks in high-performance cementitious materials