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11th International Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction

Quebec, Canada

Author(s) Title
D. Bulteel E. Garcia-Diaz J.M. Siwak Alkali-Aggregate Reaction: A Method to Quantify the Reaction Degree
S. Chatterji N. Thaulow Some Fundamental Aspects of Alkali-Silica Reaction
S. Diamond Chemistry and Other Characteristics of ASR Gels
K.E. Kurtis P.J.M. Monteiro W. Meyer-Ilse Examination of the Effect of LiCl on SR Gel Expansion
C. Larive A. Laplaud O. Coussy The Role of Water in Alkali-Silica Reaction
A. Perruchot J. Lombardi Experimental Evaluation of Composition and Volume Variability of Ca-Si Gels, First Products of Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR)
W. Prince G. Castanier J.L. Giafferi Similarity Between Alkali-Aggregate Reaction and the Natural Alteration of Rocks
M. Radonjic G. Allen V. Ragnarsdottir P. Livesey Novel Techniques in a Study of the Mechanism of Dedolomitisation in Alkali-Carbonate Reaction
M. Tang M. Deng Z. Xu Comparison Between Alkali-Silica Reaction and Alkali-Carbonate Reaction
W. Wieker C. Hübert D. Heidemann R. Ebert Some Experiences in Chemical Modelling of the Alkali-Silica Reaction
Z. Xu X. Lan M. Deng M. Tang A New Accelerated Method for Determining the Potential Alkali-Carbonate Reactivity
A. Shayan Combined Effects of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (AAR) and Cathodic Protection Currents in Reinforced Concrete
G. Barisone G. Restivo Alkali-Silica Reactivity of Some Italian Opal and Flints Tested Using a Modified Mortar Bar Test
M. de Grosbois E. Fontaine Performance of the 60°C – Accelerated Concrete Prism Test for the Evaluation of Potential Alkali-Reactivity of Concrete Aggregates
L. Franke K. Eickemeier D. Bosold Determination of the Reactivity and the Amorphous Component for Opal Sandstones by the Rietveld Method
S.A. Freitag D.A. St John R. Goguel ASTM C1260 and the Alkali Reactivity of New Zealand Greywackes
W.J. French R.J. Howarth The Petrographic Diagnosis of Potentially Deleterious Aggregates
D. Glauz V. Jain California’s Experience with Reactive Aggregates
J.S. Guédon-Dubied G. Cadoret V. Durieux F. Martineau P. Fasseu V. Van Overbecke Study on Tournai Limestone in Antoing Cimescaut Quarry Petrological, Chemical and Alkali Reactivity Approach
M.H. Shehata M.D.A. Thomas The Effects of Silica Fume and Fly Ash Hydration Products on the Chemistry of the Pore Solution and Portlandite Consumption
R. G. Sibbick P. J. Nixon Investigation Into the Effects of Metakaolin as a Cement Replacement Material in ASR Reactive Concrete
D. B. Stokes C. E. Manissero D. M. Roy R. I. Malek J. C. Roumain Portland Cement Manufacture Containing Lithium for ASR Control
M.D.A. Thomas R. Hooper D. Stokes Use of Lithium-Containing Compounds to Control Expansion in Concrete Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction
T. Hao N. Feng Evaluating the Effectiveness of Natural Zeolite in Preventing Expansion Due to ASR by Accelerated Test
M.A. Bérubé J. Frenette A. Pedneault M. Rivest Laboratory Assessment of the Potential Rate of ASR Expansion of Field Concrete
G. Escadeillas A.C. Gibergues E. Massias A Case Study of Alkali-Silica Reaction in High-Density Concrete
G. Escadeillas E. Massias A.C. Gibergues Case Study of Alkali-Silica Reaction Due to Silica-Fume Pellets in a Mortar Repair
V. Jensen In-Situ Measurement of Relative Humidity and Expansion of Cracks in Structures Damaged by AAR
H. Kagimoto M. Sato M. Kawamura Evaluation of the Degree of Deterioration in AAR Damaged Concretes and Analysis of Their Pore Solutions
C. Lee S.W. Sheu K.C. Chen J.L. Ko C.C. Rau Field AAR Inspection for the Four Harbors in Taiwan
C. Larive M. Joly O. Coussy Heterogeneity and Anisotropy in ASR – Affected Concrete Consequences for Structural Assessment
C. Larive F. Toutlemonde M. Joly A. Laplaud F. Derkx E. Merliot S. Multon Structural Effects of ASR in France on Real and Laboratory Structures
Y. Kubo A. Hattori S. Kurihara T. Miyagawa Long Term Effect of Silane Treatments on Expansion Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction by Water Control
D.B. Stokes M.D.A. Thomas S.G. Shashiprakash Development of Lithium-Based Material for Decreasing ASR-Induced Expansion in Hardened Concrete
D. Whitmore S. Abbott Use of An Applied Electric Field to Drive Lithium Ions into Alkali-Silica Reactive Structures
G. Baillemont J.B. Delaby Diagnosis, Treatment and Monitoring of a Bridge Damaged by AAR
G.E. Blight Y. Ballim Properties of AAR-Affected Concrete Studied Over 20 Years
A. Carse The Asset Management of Alkali-Silica Reaction in the Queensland Road Bridge Network, an Owner’s Viewpoint
J.A. den Uijl N. Kaptijn J.C. Walraven Shear Resistance of Flat Slab Bridges Affected by ASR
D.L. Gress R.L. Kozikowski Accelerated ASR Testing of Concrete Prisms Incorporating Recycled Concrete Aggregates
K. Ono M. Taguchi Long-Term Behavior of AAR Bridge Pier and the Internal Deterioration
M.A. Ozol Severe Pavement Damage Caused by Alkali-Silica Reaction in Limestone Coarse Aggregate Containing Very Fine Quartz Particles
J. Ryell R. Mlynarczyk R. Falcioni Rehabilitation of a Major 38 Year Old Structure Characterized by Severe Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity
A.J.M. Siemes J.D. Bakker Evaluation of the Institution of Structural Engineers’ Procedure on Concrete Structures with Alkali-Silica Reaction in the Netherlands
T. Siemes J. Gulikers Monitoring of Reinforced Concrete Structures Affected by Alkali-Silica Reaction
M.C. Thomson Field Installation in Pennsylvania to Assess SHRP Recommendations for ASR Control: Part 2 Laboratory Testing of Job Material
K. Torii Y. Kumagai Y. Okuda K. Ishii K. Sato Strengthening Method for ASR Affected Concrete Piers Using Prestressing Steel Wire
A.J.C.T Cavalcanti A.T. Campos Rehabilitation of a Generating Unit Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
A.J.C.T Cavalcanti J.F.A. Silveira J.C. Degaspare AAR Management at Paulo Afonso IV Power Plant – Brazil
D.D. Curtis A Review and Analysis of AAR-Effects in Arch Dams
D.D. Curtis Analysis and Structure Response to Recent Slot Cutting at Mactaquac Generating Station
M. Gaudreault The St. Lawrence Seaway (Québec, Canada): A Case Study in the Management of Structures Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
V. Gocevski S. Pietruszczak Assessment of the Effects of Slot-Cutting in Concrete Dams Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
D. Hooton C.R. Donnelly B. Clarida C.A. Rogers An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Blast-Furnace Slag in Counteracting the Effects of Alkali-Silica Reaction
S.C. Kuperman J.C. dal Fabbro S. Cifú H. Kako F. Tavares W.V.F. Ferreira A.C.A. Werneck V.L.A. Sardinha Management of a Water Intake Affected by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
D. MacMillan G. McPhail Assessment and Monitoring of Pointe Du Bois G.S. Powerhouse
R.A. Magalhães A.L.C. Carim A.M. Costa C.N. Moura M. Shaat Management of Structures of Peti Dam Affected by AAR
S.T.R. (Scott) Roy The Identification of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction at the Gardiner Dam, Outlook Saskatchewan
A. Shayan R.E. Wark A. Moulds Diagnosis of AAR in Canning Dam, Characterisation of the Affected Concrete and Rehabilitation of the Structure
J.F.A. Silveira J.C. Degaspare A.J.C.T.Cavalcanti Diagnosis of the Cause of the Progressive Concrete Swelling at the Paulo Afonso I, II, and III Underground Power Stations