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7th International Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction

August 1987
Ottawa, Canada
Editor: Patrick E. Gratten-Bellew
Theme: Perspectives on Canadian Research on Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity

Author (s)Title
C.A. RogersAlkali-Aggregate Reactions in Ontario
P. Albert
S. Raphael
Alkali-Silica Reactivity in the Beauharnois Power-Houses, Beauharnois
E.R Magni
C.A Rogers
P.E. Gratten-Bellow
The Influence of the Alkali-Silica Reaction on Structures in the Vicinity of Sudbury, Ontario
B. Fournier
M.A. Berube D. Vezina
Investigation of the Alkali-reactivity Potential of Limestone Aggregates from the Quebec City Area (Canada)
B. Durand
J. Berard
J.A. Soles
Comparison of the Effectiveness of Four Mineral Admixtures to Counteract Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
P.K. Mukherjee
J.A. Bickley
Performance of Glass as Concrete Aggregates
N. Tenoutasse
A.M. Marion
Influence of Fly Ash in Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
C. Yamamoto
M. Makita
Y. Moriyama
S. Numata
Effect of Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag Admixture, and Granulated or Air-cooled Blast Furnace Slag Aggregate on Alkali-Aggregate Reactions and Their Mechanisms
J. Farbiarz
R.L. Carrasquillo
P.C. Snow
Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Concrete Containing Fly Ash
R.E. Oberholster
G. Davies
The Effect of Mineral Admixtures on the Alkali-Silica Expansion of Concrete Under Outdoor Exposure Conditions
F.R. Andriolo
B.C. Sgaraboza
The Use of Pozzolan from Calcined Clays in Preventing Excessive Expansion Due to the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Some Brazilian Dams
N. Tenoutasse
A.M. Marion
The Influence of Silica Fume in Alkali-Aggregate Reactions
Z.Y. Cal
W. Qin
Chinese Experience in the Use of ASTM Method
J.A. Soles
V.M. Malhotra
R.W. Suderman
The Role of Supplementary Cementing Materials in Reducing the Effects of Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity: Canmet Investigations
M.S.Y. Bhatty
N.R. Greening
Some Long Time Studies of Blended Cements with Emphasis on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
C. Perry
R.L. Day
R.C. Joshi
B.W. Langan
J.E. Gillott
The Effectiveness of Twelve Canadian Fly Ashes in Suppressing Expansion Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction
E.C. RobertThe Influence of Pulverised Fuel Ash on A.S.R., Behavioural Differences Between Mortars Containing Pyrex Glass and Beltane Opal
D.F. FactorInhibition of Alkali-Silica Reaction by Nonpozzolanic Mechanisms
P.J. Nixon
I. Canham
C.L. Page
R. Bollinghaus
Sodium Chloride and Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
S. Chatterji
N. Thaulow
A.D. Jensen
P. Christensen
Mechanisms of Accelerating Effects of NaCl and Ca(OH)2 on Alkali-Silica Reaction
G.E. Blight
M.G. Alexander
Assessment of AAR Damage to Concrete Structures
M. Fuji
K. Kobayashi
T. Kojima
H. Maehara
The Static and Dynamic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams with Cracking Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction
H. Imai
T. Yamasaki
H. Maehara
T. Miyagawa
The Deterioration by Alkali-Silica Reaction of Hanshin Expressway Concrete Structures—Investigation and Repair
A.B. Poole
S. Rigden
L. Wood
The Strength of Model Columns Made with Alkali-Silica Reactive Concrete
W. Koyanagi
K. Rokugo
H. Ishida
Failure Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Deteriorated by Alkali-Silica Reactions
T.S. ThorsenAlkali-Silica Reactions in Reinforced Concrete Beams with Particular Reference to Bearing Capacity
J. FiggASR—Inside Phenomena and Outside Effects (Crack Origin and Pattern)
J.G.M. Wood
J.S. Young
D.E. Ward
The Structural Effects of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction on Reinforced Concrete
J. Houde
P. Lacroix
M. Momeau
Rehabilitation of Railway Bridge Piers Heavily Damaged by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
A.J.C.T. CavalcantiAlkali-Aggregate Reaction at Moxoto Dam, Brazil
P.J. Nixon
P. Gillson
An Investigation into Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete Bases at an Electricity Substation at Drake Low Power Station, England
J.G.M. Wood
A. Johnson
P. Norris
Management Strategies for Buildings and Bridges Subject to Degradation from Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
T. Akashi
S. Amasak
N. Takagi
M. Tomita
The Estimate for Deterioration Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction by Ultrasonic Methods
H.C. Visvesvaraya
C. Rajkumar
A.K. Mullick
Analysis of Distress Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Gallery Structures of a Concrete Dam
A. T. VanderstraetenRepair of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction Damage to the Motorway Structures of the Pell Street Interchange, Port Elizabeth, Republic of South Africa
G.E. HoppeRehabilitation of an Arch Bridge
Y. Mizumoto
K. Kosa
K. Ono
K. Nakano
Study on Cracking Damage of a Concrete Structure Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction
P.J. Strauss
O. Schnitter
Rehabilitation of a Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Cracked by Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
K. OkadaPresent Situation of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Japan
B. PenkalaAlkali-Aggregate Reactivity Investigations in Poland—A Review
W.J. FrenchA Review of Some Reactive Aggregates from the United Kingdom with Reference to the Mechanism of Reaction and Deterioration
M. BerraThe Potential Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity in Italy: Comparison of Some Methods to Test Aggregates and Different Cement-Aggregate Combinations
G. Baronio
D.A. St. JohnNew Zealand’s Approach to Evaluating the Alkali-Aggregate Problem
C. Cmilijanic
M. Rsumovic
Study of Potential Alkali-Silicate Reactivity of Aggregate from Fluvial Deposits in Serbia (Yugoslavia)
A. Shayan
R. Diggins
D. F. Ritchie
P. Westgate
Evaluation of Western Australian Aggregates For evaluation of Western Australian Aggregates for Alkali-Reactivity in Concrete
H.Y. Xu M. ChenAAR in Chinese Engineering Practices
C.A. RogersTesting Canadian Aggregates for Alkali Reactivity
K. Kishitani
S. Nishibayashi
S. Morinaga
Response of JCI to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction Problem—Guideline for Determining Potential Alkali Reactivity
C.A. RogersInterlaboratory Study of the Concrete Prism Expansion Test for the Alkali Carbonate Reaction
M. Tang
Z. Liu
S. Han
Mechanism of Alkali-Carbonate Reaction
P.E. Gratten-Bellow
P.J. Lefebvre
Effect of Confinement on Deterioration of Concrete Effect of Confinement on Deterioration of Concrete Made with Alkali-Carbonate Reactive Aggregate
M. Tang
Y. Liu
Rapid Method for Determining the Alkali Reactivity of Carbonate Rock
T. KnudsenA Continuous, Quick Chemical Method for the Characterization of the Alkali-Silica Reactivity of Aggregates
M. Tang
S. Han
S. Zhen
M. Yuan
Y. Ye
Y. Lu
Applications of Autoclave Rapid Test Method in Practical Engineering Projects in China
S. Nishibayashi
K. Yamura
H. Matsushita
A Rapid Method of Determining the Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in Concrete by Autoclave
H. TamuraA Test Method on Rapid Identification of Alkali Reactivity Aggregate (GBRC Rapid Method)
G. Baronio
M. Berra
A. Bachiorrini
A. Delmastro
L. Montanaro
Infrared Spectroscopy in the Evaluation of Aggregates in A.S.R. Deteriorated Concretes from Many Parts of the World: Comparison with Other Methods
Y. Yoshioka
H. Kasami
S. Ohno
Y. Shinozaki
Study on a Rapid Test Method for Evaluating the Reactivity of Aggregates
J.F. Scott
C.R. Duggan
Potential New Test for Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity
R.N. Swamy
M.M. Al Asali
New Test Methods for Alkali-Silica Reaction
Y. Wakizaka
I. Hirano
K. Kuwahara
M. Makita
Characteristics of Aggregates in Concrete and Alkali-Silica Reactions in Japan
D.S. LaneLong-Term Mortar-Bar Expansion Tests for Potential Alkali-Aggregate Reactivity
D.W. HobbsSome Tests on Fourteen Year Old Concrete Affected by the Alkali-Silica Reaction
K. Okada
T. Agawa
M. Adachi
K. Takahshi
Alkali-Aggregate Reaction: A Study on Causative Factors
R.D. HootonEffect of Containers on ASTM C441—Pyrex Mortar Bar expansions
I. SimsThe Importance of Petrography in the ASR Assessment of Aggregates and Existing Concretes
R.E. OberholsterResults of an International Inter-Laboratory Test Program to Determine the Potential Alkali Reactivity of Aggregates by the ASTM C227 Mortar Prism Method
M. Regourd
H. Hornain
Microstructure of Reaction Products
A.K. Mullick
G. Samuel
Reaction Products of Alkali-Silica Reaction—A Microstructural Study
J.T. Iiyama
M. Kusano
Y. Tokunaga
Evolution of the Petrographic Textures of Concretes Suffering Alkali-Aggregate Reactions
A. Shayan
C.J. Lancucki
Alkali-Aggregate Reaction in the Causeway Bridge, Perth, Western Australia
K. Kodama
T. Nishino
Observation Around the Cracked Region Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction by Analytical Electron Microscope
C. CmilijanicInvestigations of Development and Products of Alkali-Silicate Reaction in Concrete
M. Rsumovic
A. Giovambattista
O.R. Batic
L.P. Traversa
Reactivity of Alkalis and Sandstones Cemented with Opal and Chalcedony
I. Al-DabbaghFlint Characteristics and Alkali-Silica Reactivity
A.D. BuckPetrographic Criteria for Recognition of Alkali-Reactive Strained Quartz
H.E. VivianThe Reactivities of Fine-Grained Quartz in Rapid Tests and in Concrete
A.K. Mullick
R.C. Wason
S.K. Sinha
L.H. Rao
Evaluation of Quartzite and Granite Aggregates Containing Strained Quartz
P.E. Gratten-BellowIs High Undulatory Extinction in Quartz Indicative of Alkali-Expansivity of Granitic Aggregates?
J. KrellInfluence of Mix Design on Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete
T.N. JonesAlkali-Silica Reaction in Several U.K. Concretes: The Effect of Temperature and Humidity on Expansion, and the Significance of Ettringite Development
A.B. Poole
H. XuOn the Alkali Content of Cement in AAR
A.F. InderwickShould Acid Soluble Sodium Equivalent Alkali be the Measure of Potential Portland Cement Reactivity?
H. OlafssonThe Effect of Relative Humidity and Temperature on Alkali Expansion of Mortar Bars
K. Natesaiyer
K.C. Hover
Investigation of Electrical Effects on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction
M. Makita
S. Kobayashi
H. Kawano
Y. Ishii
Tentative Guideline of Ministry of Construction for ASR Mortar Bar Method
C.D. JohnstonAlkali-Silica Reactivity in Concrete—Importance of Cement Content and Alkali Equivalent
O.R. Batic
C.R. Cortelezzi
J.D. Sota
P.J. Maiza
R. Pavlicevic
R. Iasi
Behaviour of Volcanic Glasses Reacting with Portland Cement Alkali
T. Katayama
Y. Kaneshige
Diagenetic Changes in Potential Alkali-Aggregate Reacivity of Volcanic Rocks in Japan—A Geological Interpretation
Y. Yamamoto
A. Akiyama
Alkali Reactivity of Ferro-Nickel Slags for Concrete Aggregate