Concrete Materials, 2015


TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2508, explores 13 papers related to concrete materials, including:

  • Development of Innovative Antifreeze Grout Mortar for Anchor Applications in Cold Regions
  • Interlaboratory Study and Precision Statement for AASHTO T 336 Test Method
  • Flexural Behavior of High-Volume Fly Ash Concrete Beams: Experimental Study
  • Assessing Performance of Glow-in-the-Dark Concrete
  • Laboratory Fatigue and Toughness Evaluation of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete
  • Conventional Portland Cement and Carbonated Calcium Silicate–Based Cement Systems: Performance During Freezing and Thawing in Presence of Calcium Chloride Deicing Salts
  • Pavement Concrete with Air-Cooled Blast Furnace Slag and Dolomite as Coarse Aggregates: Effects of Deicers and Freeze–Thaw Cycles
  • Mitigating Alkali–Silica Reaction in Concrete: Effectiveness of Ground Glass Powder from Recycled Glass
  • Evaluation of Recycled Concrete as Aggregates in New Concrete Pavements
  • Recent Virginia Department of Transportation Applications with Self-Consolidating Concrete
  • Effect of Sand Content on Properties of Self-Consolidating, High-Performance Cementitious Mortar
  • Accelerated Slab Replacement Using Self-Consolidating Concrete
  • Numerical Prediction Model for Temperature Development in Mass Concrete Structures

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