Technical Articles Files

Determination of Transport Properties of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete for Service Life Modeling

  • Determination of Transport Properties of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete for Service Life Modeling
  • A study conducted for the Expanded Shale, Clay, and Slate Institute (ESCSI) to determine the effects of lightweight (LW) coarse and fine aggregates on the transport properties of concrete.

Effect of Lightweight Aggregate on Early-Age Cracking of Mass Concrete

  • Effect of Lightweight Aggregate on Early-Age Cracking of Mass Concrete
  • Early-age cracking in mass concrete structures is a severe problem which could lead to longterm serviceability related problems in the structure. In this project, the effect of using lightweight aggregates on the early-age cracking tendency of mass concrete was evaluated

MoDOT: Economical and Crack-Free High-Performance Concrete

  • MoDOT: Economical and Crack-Free High-Performance Concrete
  • Economical and Crack-Free High-Performance Concrete for Pavement and Transportation Infrastructure Construction, Prepared by: Kamal H. Khayat, PhD, P.Eng. (principal investigator), Iman Mehdipour, PhD Candidate (student) and Missouri University of Science and Technology

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