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Programme

Saturday, September 14, 2019 09:00 – 10:20

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: HYDRATION OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

9:00 – 9:30
Context and overview of hydration
Why Portland Cement will continue to be dominant
How hydration works and overview of reactions
Karen Scrivener

9:35 – 10:05
Hydrate phases: Part 1 Basics and C-S-H
Importance of C-S-H
Our current state of knowledge on atomistic structure
Mesoscopic structure, granular or nanocrystalline
Microstructures
Karen Scrivener

10:10 – 10:20
Aluminium in C-S-H
Barbara Lothenbach

Saturday, September 14, 2019 09:00 – 12:30

CTU - Hall 2
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: ALKALI ACTIVATED CEMENTS - Part I

Lecturer: Angel Palomo (Spain), John Provis (United Kingdom), Marta Palacios (Spain), Caijun Shi (China), Susan Bernal (United Kingdom)

9:00 – 9:15
Welcome words (Introduction to the course in the framework of the XV ICCC. 100 years of ICCC)
Angel Palomo

9:15 – 9:50
Environmental problems caused by the production of OPC. Can Alkaline Cements mitigate or even solve those problems?
John Provis

Saturday, September 14, 2019 10:40 – 12:10

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: HYDRATION OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

10:40 – 11:20
Hydrate phases: Part 2 Other hydrates
Hydrates from aluminate and ferrite phases
Ruben Snellings

11:25 – 12:10
Thermodynamic modelling
Prediction of phase assemblages
Simplified phase diagram
Thermodynamic modelling, principles and example
Barbara Lothenbach

Saturday, September 14, 2019 13:00 – 15:30

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: HYDRATION OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

13:00 – 13:40
Mechanisms: Induction period and Main peak
State of the art: theories of mechanisms controlling hydration
Geochemical perspectives
New findings on early hydration
Mechanisms controlling acceleration and deceleration
Karen Scrivener

13:45 – 14:25
Mechanisms: Later ages and Microstructure
Mechanisms governing hydration after first day
Reaction of aluminate phases / optimum sulfate
Microstructure, relation to property development
Karen Scrivener

14:30 – 15:00
Impact temperature and relative humidity
Barbara Lothenbach

15:00 – 15:30
Further questions / Open discussion

Saturday, September 14, 2019 13:30 – 16:00

CTU - Hall 2
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: ALKALI ACTIVATED CEMENTS - Part I

Lecturer: Angel Palomo (Spain), John Provis (United Kingdom), Marta Palacios (Spain), Caijun Shi (China), Susan Bernal (United Kingdom)

13:30 – 14:20
Overview on rheology applied to Alkaline Activation
Marta Palacios

14:20 – 15:10
Physical and mechanical properties of Alkaline cements
Caijun Shi

15:10 – 16:00
Introduction to the Durability of Alkaline cements
Susan Bernal

Sunday, September 15, 2019 09:00 – 10:30

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Doug Hooton (Canada), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

9:00 - 9:45
SCMs: overview of types, impact on hydration and microstructure.… 
Karen Scrivener

9:45 - 10:30
Conventional SCMs , blast furnace slag, coal combustion fly ash: properties and use in cement and concrete
Doug Hooton

Sunday, September 15, 2019 09:00 – 12:20

CTU - Hall 2
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: ALKALI ACTIVATED CEMENTS Part II - DEBUNKING MYTHS

Lecturer: Angel Palomo (Spain), John Provis (United Kingdom), Marta Palacios (Spain), Caijun Shi (China), Susan Bernal (United Kingdom)

9:00 – 9:05
Welcome words
Angel Palomo

9:05 – 9:35
History of Alkaline Cements (Important events)
John Provis

9:40 – 10:35
Production of Portland Cement VS Production of Alkaline Cement
The role of clays. Synthetic glasses. Universal production of Alkaline Cement

Ines Garcia Lodeiro

10:40 – 11:10
Geological resources and new methods of activation for alkaline cements
Susan Bernal

11:15 – 11:45
Liquid or solid activators?
Angel Palomo

11:50 – 12:20
Standards (What to do with Alkaline cements?)
Caijun Shi

Sunday, September 15, 2019 10:50 – 12:20

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Doug Hooton (Canada), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

10:50 - 11:35
Ternary blended cements including Calcined clays and limestone
Karen Scrivener

11:35 - 12:20
Other SCMs (natural pozzolans, organic matter ashes, ….): properties and use in cement and concrete
Ruben Snellings

Sunday, September 15, 2019 13:30 – 15:00

CTU - Hall 1
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITOUS MATERIALS

Lecturer: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Doug Hooton (Canada), Ruben Snellings (Belgium)

13:30 - 14:15
Reactivity tests (featuring the RILEM TC 267-TRM results)
Ruben Snellings

14:15 – 15:00
Durability of blended cements – impact of SCMs
Karen Scrivener

 

Sunday, September 15, 2019 13:30 – 16:00

CTU - Hall 2
PRE-CONGRESS COURSE: ALKALI ACTIVATED CEMENTS Part II - DEBUNKING MYTHS

Lecturer: Angel Palomo (Spain), John Provis (United Kingdom), Marta Palacios (Spain), Caijun Shi (China), Susan Bernal (United Kingdom)

13:30 – 14:20
Evaluation of existing technology for the production of Hybrid Alkaline Cement. (Technology investment: CO2 emissions: durability issues versus OPC)
Pavel Martauz

14:20 – 15:15
Testing materials in the lab for durability (are OPC procedures applicable to Alkaline Cements?)
John Provis

15:15 – 15:45
Recommendations for future research and Concluding Remarks                                          
Angel Palomo

Sunday, September 15, 2019 18:00 – 20:00

PCC - Foyer - 2nd floor
WELCOME EVENING

Monday, September 16, 2019 08:30 – 09:15

Forum Hall
Opening Ceremony

Chair: Lukáš Peřka (Czech Republic)

  • Lukáš Peřka
    Organizing Committee Chairman, Research Institute of Binding Materials Prague
  • Jan Gemrich
    Steering Committee Secretary, Scientific Committee Chairman, Czech Cement Association
  • Ladislav Damašek
    Czech Cement Association

Monday, September 16, 2019 09:15 – 10:30

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures I - Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry

Chair: S.J.Jannie van Deventer (Australia)

Keynote Speaker: Fred Glasser (United Kingdom), Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Martin Schneider (Germany), Anjan Chatterjee (India)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

9:15-9:30
Opening Speech:
 Progress of the Cement Chemistry – the Last Hundred Years and Next
Fred Glasser (United Kingdom) or Karen Scrivener (Switzerland)

9:30-10:00
Theme 1. Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry
The Cement Industry on the Way to a Low Carbon Industry

Martin Schneider (Germany)

10:00-10:30
Theme 1. Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry
Alternative fuels: Effects on Clinker Process and Properties

Anjan Chatterjee (India)

Monday, September 16, 2019 10:45 – 12:45

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures II - Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements; VII - Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach

Chair: Michael Thomas (Canada)

Keynote Speaker: Karen Scrivener (Switzerland), Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland), Paulo Monteiro (United States), Douglas Hooton (Canada)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

10:45-11:15
Theme 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements
Advances in Understanding Cement Hydration Mechanisms
Karen Scrivener (Switzerland)

11:15-11:45
Theme 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements
Application of Thermodynamic Modelling to Hydrated Cements

Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland)

11:45-12:15
Theme 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements
Advances in Characterizing and Understanding the Microstructure of Cementitious Materials

Paulo Monteiro (United States)

12:15-12:45
Theme 7. Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach
Future Directions for Design, Specification, Testing, and Construction of Durable Concrete Structures

Douglas Hooton (Canada)

Monday, September 16, 2019 13:15 – 14:00

Poster Area
Poster Session - Theme 1. Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry and Theme 7. Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach
T1-03
ID: 570
Alucoque a by-product from the aluminium manufacture as mineralizer in the clinker production
Edgardo Fabian Irassar (Argentina)
T1-04
ID: 288
Influence of BaSO4 on properties of Portland clinker
Anežka Zezulová (Czech Republic)

Monday, September 16, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 1 - Topic 1. Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry

Chair: Subrata Chowdhury (India)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 181
Raw meal and slag reactions during cement clinker formation
Erik Viggh (Sweden)
ID: 398
Microstructure of Clinker prepared using different ratio of OBM cutting as raw material
Hilal Al Dhamri (United Kingdom)
ID: 543
Improving the reactivity and quality of clinker through enhanced combustion kinetics in kiln main burner
Bibekananda Mohapatra (India)
ID: 218
The nanocrystalline nature of novel low-calcium hydraulic binders: formation of tobermorite upon hydration
Patrizia Paradiso (Portugal)
ID: 449
Novel composite mineralizers/fluxes for the production of A/CSA clinkers
Tristana Duvallet (United States)

Monday, September 16, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 2 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Alexander S. Brand (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 444
Dissolution mechanism and activation energies of alite and lime from molecular dynamics simulations
Hegoi Manzano (Spain)
ID: 41
A simple model to predict C3S hydration kinetics
Frank Bellmann (Germany)
ID: 333
Aqueous phase composition of hydrating tricalcium silicate
Thomas Sowoidnich (Germany)
ID: 348
Effect of novel starch-based material on heat evolution for cement hydration
Yu Yan (China)
ID: 356
Parameterization of the C-S-H sheet growth model using experimental data
Long Nguyen-Tuan (Germany)

Monday, September 16, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 3 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Angel Palomo (Spain)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 289
A new strategy for more detailed understanding of OPC hydration: Adsorbed ions studied by a complete mass balance approach
Daniel Jansen (Germany)
ID: 558
Insights gained into the microstructural development of LC3 using hydration modelling
Sreejith Krishnan (India)
ID: 450
Investigation of the calcium silicate hydrate potential energy surface
Xabier M. Aretxabaleta (Spain)
ID: 464
The effect of hydrothermal curing on the hydration reaction and properties of Oil-Well and special Portland cements
Martin Palou (Slovakia)
ID: 800
Influence of conditioning, pressing and nanoindentation test parameters on micromechanical properties of calcium (alumino) silicate hydrates
Rotana Hay (United Arab Emirates)
ID: 63
Formation of metal ion complexes in cementitious porewater and leachates
Colin Walker (Japan)

Monday, September 16, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 4 - Topic 1. Process Technology and Clinker Chemistry

Chair: H. Jason Ideker (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 391
CLEANKER project: CO2 capture in cement plant by Calcium looping process
Fulvio Canonico (Italy)
ID: 217
Reducing the CO2 footprint of cement production by electrification
Bodil Wilhelmsson (Sweden)
ID: 174
Comparison of water curing and accelerated carbonation curing on mortar mix incorporating ground granulated blast furnace slag
Shweta Goyal (India)
ID: 528
Integrated capture and utilization of cement kiln CO2 to produce more sustainable concrete
Sean Monkman (Canada)
ID: 187
Creation and applications of a cement quality predictive system (TQPS).
Daisuke Kurokawa (Japan)

Monday, September 16, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 5 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Jörg Rickert (Germany)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 479
Bridging the gap between nanoparticle simulations and chemical kinetics of cement hydration
Kumaran Coopamootoo (United Kingdom)
ID: 542
Mathematical modeling of accelerated carbonation curing of cement paste at early age
Tiefeng Chen (China)
ID: 650
Effect of reactive material addition on early hydration of Portland cement suspensions
Marcel Hark Maciel (Brazil)
ID: 269
Experimental investigation of cement hydration in gravity-free environment
Juliana Moraes Neves (United States)
ID: 103
The impact of cement and clinker prehydration on retarder performance
Florian Hartmann (Germany)
ID: 177
Experimental study and modelling C-S-H morphology effect on cement hydration in fly ash blended-cement paste
Tiao Wang (Japan)

Monday, September 16, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 6 - Topic 7. Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach

Chair: Peter Kruspan (Switzerland)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 112
Sulphate optimization of binders containing portland cement clinker using isothermal calorimetry
Thomas Matschei (Germany)
ID: 148
Experimental determination of carbonation related durability indicators : gas diffusivity and CO2 binding capacity
Mouna Boumaaza (France)
ID: 381
Electrochemical characterisation of cement hydration and properties by alternating current impedance spectroscopy
Aldo Sosa Gallardo (United Kingdom)
ID: 426
Studies of self-desiccation of hydrating binder systems by combined isothermal calorimetry and relative humidity measurements
Oskar Linderoth (Sweden)
ID: 476
Organic acid attack of cement in batch experiments – Solution and mineral compositions, pore size distributions
Zsuzsanna Szabó-Krausz (Hungary)
ID: 772
A comparative study of thermogravimetric analysis conducted on two different instruments
Oskar Linderoth (Sweden)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 08:30 – 09:00

Forum Hall
GCCA and Cembureau

Chair: Jan Gemrich (Czech Republic)

8:30-8:45
GCCA: The cement industry sustainability journey – GCCA, a worldwide approach to accelerate progress 
Claude Lórea
Cement Director, Global Cement and Concrete Association

8:45-9:00
Cembureau: A competitive cement industry as driver for innovation in the construction value chain
Koen Coppenholle
Chief Executive, Cembureau – The European Cement Association

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 08:30 – 10:30

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 7 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Barbara Lothenbach (Switzerland)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 551
Assessment of the impact of water activity on clinker reactivity
Thomas Matschei (Germany)
ID: 191
Effect of NaCl on stability of C-A-S-H phases
Linda Irbe (Germany)
ID: 87
Study of formation of thaumasite on hydration of ternesite clinker
Karel Dvořák (Czech Republic)
ID: 95
Radionuclides immobilization in cement matrix: capacity of C-(A-)S-H to retain Cs
Eduardo Duque-Redondo (Spain)
ID: 336
Panoramix: an integrated computational chemical, physical, and life cycle assessment approach to designing cement related materials
Rupert Myers (United Kingdom)
ID: 51
Green high-performance concrete from pozzolanic cement
David Otieno Koteng (Kenya)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 08:30 – 10:30

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 8 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Martin Palou (Slovakia)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 294
Identification of carbonation effect on cement paste microstructure using micro-CT image analysis
Ji-Su Kim (Korea, Republic of)
ID: 361
Chemical-crystallographic characterization of cement clinkers by application of coupled EDX-EBSD in the SEM a new way to control clinker manufacture
Christiane Rößler (Germany)
ID: 368
Recent developments in analytical SEM techniques combined with focused ion beam sectioning to image the 3D nanostructure of hydrated cements
Bernd Möser (Germany)
ID: 782
Characterization of 3D pore structure in cement paste using X-ray computed tomography combined with metal alloy enhancing
Rusheng Qian (China)
ID: 806
New technique for assessing fracture properties of cement hydrates using microbending tests and multiscale modelling
Jiří Němeček (Czech Republic)
ID: 493
Effect of BaCO3 on cement hydration
Paula Carmona-Quiroga (Spain)
ID: 787
Characterisation of microstructure development and hydration rate of Cement systems during the early hydration stage
YanLi Wen (United Kingdom)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 09:00 – 10:30

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures III - Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Paula Ana Kirchheim (Brazil)

Keynote Speaker: Maria Juenger (United States), Jørgen Skibsted (Denmark), Zbigniew Giergiczny (Poland)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

9:00-9:30
Theme 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)
Supplementary Cementitious Materials: New Sources, Characterization, and Performance Insights
Maria Juenger (Denmark)

9:30-10:00
Theme 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Reactivity of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs) in Cement Blends
Jørgen Skibsted (Denmark)

10:00-10:30
Theme 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)
Fly Ash and Slag
Zbigniew Giergiczny (Poland)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:45 – 12:45

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures IV - Other Binders and Their Application; VII - Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach

Chair: Martin Palou (Slovakia)

Keynote Speaker: Caijun Shi (China), John Provis (United Kingdom), Angel Palomo (Spain), Mohsen Ben Haha (Germany), Vanderley John (Brazil)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

10:45-11:15
Theme 4. Other Binders and Their Application
Recent Progress in Low-Carbon Binders

Caijun Shi (China), John Provis (United Kingdom)

11:15-11:45
Theme 4. Other Binders and Their Application
Hybrid Binders: A Journey from the Past to a Sustainable Future (Opus Caementicium Futurum)
Angel Palomo (Spain)

11:45-12:15
Theme 4. Other Binders and Their Application
Advances in Understanding Ye’elimite-rich Cements

Mohsen Ben Haha (Germany)

12:15-12:45
Theme 7. Testing Methods – Standardization and New Approach
Rethinking Cement Standards: Opportunities for a Better Future

Vanderley John (Brazil)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:45 – 12:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 9 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: Frank Winnefeld (Switzerland)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 128
Effect of chloride salts on cement hydration: influence of the cation
Paolo Forni (Italy)
ID: 192
Determination of the structure-property correlation in calcium (alumino)silicate hydrate using synchrotron-radiation-based x-ray diffraction
Guoqing Geng (Switzerland)
ID: 247
Microstructure features of an innovative ultra-high performance glass concrete (UHPGC)
William Wilson (Canada)
ID: 675
The role of aluminum in Calcium Silicate Hydrate phases: A solid-state 27Al and 29Si NMR investigation
Sheng-Yu Yang (Denmark)
ID: 80
Applications of in situ digital holographic microscopy to study dissolution kinetics of cementitious minerals
Alexander Brand (United States)
ID: 96
Synchrotron X-ray pair distribution function analysis of tricalcium silicate pastes
Ana Cuesta (Spain)
ID: 193
The mechanical behavior of foamed concrete specimens with different binders evaluated using micro-CT images and crack phase field model
Sang-Yeop Chung (Germany)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:45 – 12:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 10 - Topic 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements

Chair: G. Rafael Pileggi (Brazil)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 161
Multiscale (force field and semiempirical) modelling of structure and properties of C-A-S-H
Valera Veryazov (Sweden)
ID: 540
Adsorption of polymeric micelles on cement and their influence on the early age properties of fresh cement paste
Jie Hu (China)
ID: 548
Mechanical properties and microstructure of 3D printing concrete
Xiqiang Lin (China)
ID: 565
Hydration processes of accelerated cementitious systems governing early strength development
Lukas Briendl (Austria)
ID: 373
Simple explanation of the expansion mechanism due to alkali-silica gel formed in the highly reactive aggregate
Go Igarashi (Japan)
ID: 831
Effect of ettringite crystallization on expansion of super sulfated cement and Portland slag cement
Huaqiang Sun (China)
ID: 508
Physicochemical properties of C-S-H gel characterized by nanoindentation
Chun-Tao Chen (Taiwan)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 13:00 – 14:00

Poster Area
Poster Session - Theme 2. Hydration, Structure and Thermodynamics of Portland Cements and Theme 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 11 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Hilal Al-Dhamri (United Kingdom)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 82
Comparison of various cement pastes with SCM at different ages: phase assemblage evolutions.
Mickael Saillio (France)
ID: 249
The role of particle size in performance of reclaimed and beneficiated fly ashes
Saif Al-Shmaisani (United States)
ID: 553
Applicability of modified Chapelle’s test on different types of supplementary cementitious materials
Anuj Parashar (India)
ID: 612
Compatible superplasticizers for low clinker cementitious materials
Federica Boscaro (Switzerland)
ID: 74
Effects of admixtures on early-age shrinkage under high temperature conditions
Keisuke Takahashi (Japan)
ID: 301
New cement types with low clinker content and their application in concrete
Volkert Feldrappe (Germany)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 12 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Sada Sahu (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 71
Study of the influence of triethanolamine on fly ash blended cement
Rachel Reiver (France)
ID: 200
Research on dispersion performance of modified graphene in aqueous and cement matrix
Zhibo Sheng (China)
ID: 408
Ternary binders with slag and metakaolin: revealing the influence of metakaolin during hydration and pore structure development
Monica Lundgren (Sweden)
ID: 297
Influence of fluoride ions on fluidity of cement paste and adsorption of superplasticizer
Kazuki Matsuzawa (Japan)
ID: 254
Water absorption of high volume fly ash concrete prepared by local fly ash
Jinfeng Sun (China)
ID: 282
Improvement of strength development of fly ash cement concrete by modifying mineral composition of clinker
Shingo Miyazawa (Japan)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 13 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Nailia Rakhimova (Russian Federation)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 168
RILEM TC 267-TRM report: results of a round robin campaign on chemical reactivity test methods for supplementary cementitious materials
Xuerun LI (Switzerland)
ID: 371
Dolomite and limestone micro filler: early-age properties and soundness on blended cement
Edgardo Fabian Irassar (Argentina)
ID: 564
Suitability of dolomitic carbonate rocks as cement main constituents
Klaus Lipus (Germany)
ID: 765
A new supercritical fluids-based technology for calcium silicate hydrates production: application to cementitious materials
Valentina Musumeci (France)
ID: 350
The glass structure of granulated blast furnace slag and its effect on reactivity
Andreas Ehrenberg (Germany)
ID: 600
Measuring the particle size distribution of blended cement
Oumayma Ahmadah (France)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 16:00 – 17:15

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 15 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: M. Vanderley John (Brazil)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 305
Blended binders based on ordinary Portland cement and mechanochemically activated fly ash with a polymer-based admixture
Alexander Mezhov (Israel)
ID: 185
Influence of curing temperature on the hydration of blast furnace slag in high volume slag cement
Nobukazu Nito (Japan)
ID: 132
Alkaline activation of slag-cement with powder of waste glasses
Viviana Fátima Rahhal (Argentina)
ID: 207
Magnesium (alumino) silicate hydrate formation in low-pH cement paste
Ellina Bernard (Switzerland)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 16:00 – 17:30

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 14 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Bibekananda Mohapatra (India)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 92
The hydration of Fly ash cement with optimized clinker
Etsuo Sakai (Japan)
ID: 387
The effect of fly ash on chloride thresholds for corrosion
Michael Thomas (Canada)
ID: 620
Revisiting the relation between alkilinity of pore solution and expansion due to alkali-silica reaction in ternary mixtures incorporating glass powder
Isabelle Fily-Paré (Canada)
ID: 804
The impact of calcalerous gaize on tricalcium aluminate hydration process
Piotr Stępień (Poland)
ID: 208
Effect of nanopowders on strength evolution of high volume fly ash concretes
Chamila Gunasekara (Australia)

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 16 - Topic 3. Supplementary Cementitious Materials (SCMs)

Chair: Wei-Ting Tin (Taiwan)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 190
Methods to determine the reaction degree of metakaolin in cementitious blends
Karen Scrivener (Switzerland)
ID: 115
High Performance Concrete with Calcined Clay and Limestone as Cement Substitute
Anjaneya Dixit (Singapore)
ID: 773
Molecular engineering of superplasticizers for metakaolin-portland cement blends with hierarchical machine learning
Kimberly Kurtis (United States)
ID: 100
Novel zwitterionic PCE superplasticizers for calcined clays and their application in calcined clay blended cements
Marlene Schmid (Germany)
ID: 140
Characterization and behaviour of eco-efficient cement matrices produced with kaolinite-based wastes as a future alternative pozzolan
Laura Caneda (Spain)
ID: 681
Coal mining waste as a kaolinite source for production of ternary blended cements
Ana Paula Kirchheim (Brazil)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 08:00 – 10:30

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures V - Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)

Chair: L. John Provis (United Kingdom)

Keynote Speaker: Liu Jiaping (China), Kamal Khayat (United States), Robert Flatt (Switzerland), Ippei Maruyama (Japan), Nicolas Roussel (France)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

8:00-8:30
Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)
Recent Advance of Chemical Admixtures in Concrete

Liu Jiaping (China)

8:30-9:00
Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)
Rheological Properties of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete - An Overview

Kamal Khayat (United States)

9:00-9:30
Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)
Digital concrete: A review

Robert Flatt (Switzerland)

9:30-10:00
Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)
Properties of Early-age Concrete Relevant to Cracking in Massive Concrete

Ippei Maruyama (Japan)

10:00-10:30
Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete)
Recent Advances on Yield Stress and Elasticity of Fresh Cement-based Materials

Nicolas Roussel (France)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 09:00 – 11:00

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 17 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Karel Dvořák (Czech Republic)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 497
New Alkaline-Belitic hybrid binders
Angel Palomo (Spain)
ID: 573
Effects of Ca/Si ratio and Al on the carbonation resistance of C-S-H gels
Suhong Yin (China)
ID: 585
A defective crystal model for the molecular structure of geopolymers as a baseline for multiscale modelling.
Francesca Lolli (United Kingdom)
ID: 624
Acid resistance mechanisms of Alkali-Activated Cements
Juan Pablo Gevaudan (United States)
ID: 56
Calcium sulfoaluminate cement expansion: effects of pore solution and crystallization pressures
Craig Hargis (United States)
ID: 169
Innovative technology constituted of sulfoaluminate cement-based concrete and non-corrosive reinforcement to produce durable and sustainable reinforced concretes
Federica Bertola (Italy)
ID: 223
Hydration behavior of blended cements containing sulfoaluminate clinker
Daniela Gastaldi (Italy)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 09:00 – 11:00

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 18 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Pavel Martauz (Slovakia)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 577
Critical assessment of geopolymer concrete durability for wastewater infrastructure affected by microbial induced acid corrosion.
Cyrill Grengg (Austria)
ID: 401
Belitic calcium sulfoaluminate cement: Hydration chemistry, performance, and use in the United States
Eric Bescher (United States)
ID: 196
Effect of calcined clay reservoir sediments on the behaviour of sustainable calcium sulfoaluminate-blended cements
Antonio Telesca (Italy)
ID: 529
Differences in reaction degrees of calcium silicates in ternary CSA based systems depending on the formed hydrate phases
Julian Wolf (Germany)
ID: 590
Low temperature performance of PC/CSA blended cement
Yingzi Yang (China)
ID: 655
Variability of calcium sulfoaluminate cements and its effect on their performances and on the valorization of zinc rich waste
Joelle KLEIB (France)
ID: 673
Characterization of calcium sulfoaluminate cement components and hydration reactions by 19F, 27Al and 29Si MAS NMR spectroscopy
Jørgen Skibsted (Denmark)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 09:00 – 11:00

Club D
Oral Presentations 19 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Maria Juenger (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 147
Durability of concrete containing cements based on belite ye’elimite ferrite (BYF) clinkers with low ye’elimite content
Nikola Mikanovic (Germany)
ID: 338
Carbonation parameter influence on rankinite hardening process
Raimundas Siauciunas (Lithuania)
ID: 582
Influence of reactive MgO on carbonation behavior of γ-C2S
Zhichao Liu (China)
ID: 611
Performance of CO2-reducing cement based on calcium silicates
Sada Sahu (United States)
ID: 230
Investigation on the mechanism of hydration and hardening of magnesium phosphate cement under harsh conditions
Xingwen Jia (China)
ID: 260
Into the adhesion and re-adhesion (healing) to formation of novel Polymer-Cement Composites for geothermal applications
Carlos Fernandez (United States)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 10:45 – 13:15

Forum Hall
Keynote Lectures VI - Concrete Durability

Chair: F. Edgardo Irassar (Argentina)

Keynote Speaker: Mike Thomas (Canada), Mark Alexander (South Africa), Kefei Li (China), Ronny Andersson (Sweden), Jason Weiss (United States)

All keynote lectures 25 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

10:45-11:15
Theme 6. Concrete Durability
Concrete Durability: Recent Advances and Next Steps

Mike Thomas (Canada)

11:15-11:45
Theme 6. Concrete Durability
Durability, Service Life Prediction, and Modelling for Reinforced Concrete Structures – Review and Critique
Mark Alexander (South Africa)

11:45-12:15
Theme 6. Concrete Durability
Crack-altered Durability Properties and Performance of Structural Concretes
Kefei Li (China)

12:15-12:45
Theme 6. Concrete Durability
Carbonation as a method to improve climate performance for cement based material

Ronny Andersson (Sweden)

12:45-13:15
Theme 6. Concrete Durability
Toward the Prediction of Pore Volumes and Freeze-Thaw Performance of Concrete Using Thermodynamic Modelling

Jason Weiss (United States)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 11:15 – 13:00

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 20 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Pengkun Hou (China)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 28
Alkali-activated slag cement as a mineral matrix for solidification of borate liquid wastes and ion-exchange resins
Nailia Rakhimova (Russian Federation)
ID: 104
Effect of the chemical activation of slag on the working mechanism of polycarboxylate ether polymer
Florian Hartmann (Germany)
ID: 303
Early reaction on waterglass-alkali-activated slag cements. Influence on the rheological behavior
Marta Palacios (Spain)
ID: 314
Hydraulic binder based on granulated blast-furnace slag and silica fume
Lubomir Jezo (Slovakia)
ID: 319
Effect of cement kiln bypass dust on properties and hydration of Akali-Activated slag mixtures
Vlastimil Bílek (Czech Republic)
ID: 457
Rational design of alkali activated slag materials
Susan A. Bernal (United Kingdom)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 11:15 – 13:00

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 21 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Chamila Gunasekara (Australia)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 59
Effect of plasticizing admixtures on the behavior and properties of alkali activated materials
Lukáš Kalina (Czech Republic)
ID: 309
The impact of phosphoric acid on the hydration of a CA-cement
Tanja Manninger (Germany)
ID: 421
Hydration products in moderate-heat Portland cement - expansive additive - CaO•2Al2O3 system and utilization of carbonation reaction
Mori Taiichiro (Japan)
ID: 442
Investigation of the hydration process of a wollastonite-based brushite cement
Céline Cau Dit Coumes (France)
ID: 605
Acceleration of M-S-H gel formation through the addition of alkali carbonates
Hajime Kinoshita (United Kingdom)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 11:15 – 13:00

Club D
Oral Presentations 22 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Shunsuke Hanehara (Japan)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 107
Alkaline blends of metakaolin-limestone: analysis by experimental design
Pedro Perez-Cortes (Mexico)
ID: 413
Leaching of metakaolin-based geopolymers in pure water and acetic acid
Neven Ukrainczyk (Germany)
ID: 461
Blended red brick powder/metakaolin geopolymers
Pavel Rovnaník (Czech Republic)
ID: 111
Effect of ultra-fine ash spheres on rheological properties of fly ash-slag geopolymer pastes
Tao Yang (China)
ID: 311
Strength and microstructure of metakaolin-fly ash based geopolymers at different l/s ratios
Oliver Vogt (Germany)
ID: 383
Rheological investigations on ultra-high performance alkali activated material (UPAAM)
Alexander Wetzel (Germany)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 13:30 – 14:00

Poster Area
Poster Session - Theme 4. Other Binders and Their Application

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 13:30 – 18:00

Technical Visits
Technical Visits

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 14:00 – 15:30

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 25 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Mark Alexander (South Africa)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 384
Effect of curing time on binder development and steel corrosion in alkali activated slag mortars.
John L. Provis (United Kingdom)
ID: 495
Refining the pore structure of geopolymer cements for improving radioactive waste conditioning
Catherine Davy (France)
ID: 409
Low CO2 binder solution resisting extreme sulfate attack in real conditions of the new European railway tunnel at Mont Cenis
Peter Kruspan (Switzerland)
ID: 505
Thermochromic mortar based on eco-efficient belite cement for improvement of building sustainability
Ana Guerrero (Spain)
ID: 438
Development of phosphate modified CAC cementitious systems with reduced water content for the immobilization of radioactive wastes
Ines Garcia-Lodeiro (Spain)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 14:00 – 15:30

Club D
Oral Presentations 26 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Karel Dvořák (Czech Republic)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 152
Evolution of pore solution versus solubility limits during the early hydration of calcium sulfo-aluminate type cements
Maciej Zajac (Germany)
ID: 504
Microstructural modifications of the expansive hydrates formed under different curing and restraining conditions in expansive concretes
Filipe Pedrosa (Spain)
ID: 616
Durability of supersulfated cement with improved early strength
Martin Cyr (France)
ID: 386
Determining viability of industrial byproducts in alkali activated systems
Hugo Uvegi (United States)
ID: 602
Calcium silicate cement and mineral carbonation applied to precast industry
Vincent Meyer (France)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 23 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Wil V. Srubar (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 165
Hydration and rheology of sulfoaluminate cements (SAC) in presence of polycarboxylate superplasticizers (PCE) and citric acid
Belhadi Rachid (France)
ID: 210
Alkali activation of low-calcium silicate hydraulic binders
Rodrigo Santos (Portugal)
ID: 295
The hydration of calcium aluminates phases at low temperatures (5 °C, 10 °C, 15 °C)
Jan Koplík (Czech Republic)
ID: 454
Effect of curing on the performance of alkali-activated slag concrete
Hilal El-Hassan (United Arab Emirates)
ID: 526
Effect of alkali activator modulus on fracture properties of alkali-activated slag/fly ash pastes
Shizhe Zhang (Netherlands)
ID: 684
Efflorescence in calcined kaolin sludge based geopolymers
Márlon Longhi (Brazil)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 24 - Topic 4. Other Binders and their Application

Chair: Susan Lopez Bernal (United Kingdom)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 153
Nanostructural development of biphasic C-(N)-A-S-H/N-A-S-H gels in synthetic alkali-activated materials revealed by multinuclear MQMAS solid state NMR
Brant Walkley (United Kingdom)
ID: 652
Gamma irradiation of geopolymers at early age
Daniel Geddes (United Kingdom)
ID: 507
Application of preheating treatment to setting control of geopolymer cement using ground granulated blast furnace slag
Ko Ikeda (Japan)
ID: 516
Autogenous shrinkage and mechanical properties of alkali-activated slag blended with metakaolin
Guang Ye (Netherlands)
ID: 613
Early-age and drying shrinkage of alkali-activated slag/fly ash concretes, mortars and pastes
Josée Duchesne (Canada)
ID: 172
Synthesis and hydration of ye’elimite doped with Na and Fe
Frank Winnefeld (Switzerland)

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 19:30 – 23:30

Žofín Palace
Congress Dinner

Thursday, September 19, 2019 08:30 – 10:30

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 27 - Topic 5. Fresh and Hardened Concrete

Chair: R. Douglas Hooton (Canada)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 72
Mechanistic study of early strength enhancers
Denise A. Silva (United States)
ID: 101
The unusual behaviour of specific biopolymers as accelerator in alumina cement
Alexander Engbert (Germany)
ID: 156
Influences of temperature on interactions between superplasticizers and cements with fly ash or calcined clay
Jens Herrmann (Germany)
ID: 400
Synthesis of nanoparticles by supercritical fluids technology to use as addition for cement
Edurne Erkizia (Spain)
ID: 527
Waste CO2 upcycling as a means to improve ready mixed concrete sustainability
Sean Monkman (Canada)
ID: 587
Impact of shrinkage reducing admixture on first drying shrinkage isotherms
Hafsa Rahoui (France)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 08:30 – 10:30

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 28 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Nele De Belie (Belgium)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 124
Effect of calcium on synthesis of alkali-silica reaction products
Zhenguo Shi (Switzerland)
ID: 216
Impact of storage conditions on expansion due to ASR
Karen Scrivener (Switzerland)
ID: 456
Influence of temperature, pore solution pH, and aggregate reactivity on ASR expansion in a submerged setting
Tiffany Szeles (United States)
ID: 501
Relationship between composition, rheological and swelling properties of alkali-silica gels produced in cemented waste packages
Nicolas Courtois (France)
ID: 523
Introduction of a multi-scale chemo-physical simulation model of ASR
Xiujiao Qiu (Belgium)
ID: 562
Characterization of Alkali-Silica Reaction Products by means of Raman Spectroscopy before and after Application of Accelerated Tests
Sebastian Simon (Germany)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 08:30 – 10:30

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 29 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Martin Palou (Slovakia)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 663
Study of the carbonation mechanism in natural exposure and accelerated test using blast furnace slag
Junya Nakamura (Japan)
ID: 604
Numerical modelling of sulfuric acid attack on OPC and CAC materials
Amr Aboulela (France)
ID: 712
Temperature monitoring and long-term durability of marine mass concrete under high temperature, high humidity and high salt environments
Liulei Lu (China)
ID: 657
Rate of absorption of carbon dioxide by pure Portland and blended cement pastes
Carmen Andrade (United States)
ID: 755
Determination of transport and kinetic parameters in cementitious materials – Inverse methods in corrosion of rebars in concrete
Robert Filipek (Poland)
ID: 75
Physicochemical properties and durability of cement-based materials on the deep sea floor
Mari Kobayashi (Japan)
ID: 268
Corrosion protection performance of magnesium phosphate cement based materials
Hao Tang (China)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 11:00 – 12:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 30 - Topic 5. Fresh and Hardened Concrete

Chair: Quoc Tri Phung (Belgium)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 178
Rheological property of mortar containing high volume blast furnace slag powder as cement
Akari Hosogai (Japan)
ID: 621
Microproportioning paste with crushed aggregate filler by use of specific surface area
Rolands Cepuritis (Norway)
ID: 27
Mysterious drying-induced micro-cracking: the isolated evolutions of pores and micro-cracks
Chunsheng Zhou (China)
ID: 85
Full field autogenous shrinkage of cement-based materials based on digital volume correlation method
Keshu Wan (China)
ID: 179
Development of a new drying shrinkage reducing agent of concrete by spraying on surface of concrete
Lingling Liu (Japan)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 11:00 – 12:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 31 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Edgardo Irassar (Argentina)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 603
Bench-marking the miniature concrete prism test and the concrete cylinder tests to field exposure blocks for mitigation of alkali-silica reaction
Krishna Siva Teja Chopperla (United States)
ID: 752
Suppressing alkali-silica reaction through incorporation of calcined kaolinite–montmorillonite clay blends
Jianqiang Wei (United States)
ID: 796
Pore solution chemistry of fly ash geopolymer: Relation to the alkali-silica reaction resistance of geopolymer concrete
Jiawei Lei (Singapore)
ID: 20
The real world of physical attack on concrete
Zanqun Liu (China)
ID: 53
Influence of maximum temperature of concrete and R2O and/or SO3 content on DEF expansion of concrete
Shunsuke Hanehara (Japan)
ID: 119
Influence of coral sand powder on the expansion performance of cement paste under various curing conditions
Hu Shi (China)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 11:00 – 12:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 32 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Maria Juenger (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 771
Tensile bond characteristics of underwater coatings for marine concrete structures
Min Ook Kim (Korea, Republic of)
ID: 30
Study on the capillary absorption of water and sodium chloride solutions in cement-based materials
Fangzhou Ren (China)
ID: 31
Development of pore structure and permeability during the hydration of irregular shaped cement particles based on simulation method
Zhiyong Liu (China)
ID: 93
Relaxation time of hardened cement paste measured by proton NMR and transport properties
Kiyofumi Kurumisawa (Japan)
ID: 278
Numerical modelling of the alkali penetration into cementitious materials using the coupled thermodynamic phase equilibrium-mass transfer system
Yoshifumi Hosokawa (Japan)
ID: 339
Quantification of interaction between alkali metal ions and C-(A-)S-H/cement paste for a wide range of ion concentrations
Kazuo Yamada (Japan)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 13:30 – 14:00

Poster Area
Poster Session - Theme 5. Chemical Admixtures and Fresh Concrete (Fresh and Hardened Concrete) and Theme 6. Concrete Durability

Thursday, September 19, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 33 - Topic 5. Fresh and Hardened Concrete

Chair: Peter Kruspan (Switzerland)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 228
FEM-based simulation of autogenous shrinkage of cementitious materials
Zhangli Hu (Switzerland)
ID: 595
The high ductility cementitious composites based on low elastic modulus cementitious matrix
Yunhua Zhang (China)
ID: 513
Study on the interface transition zone of concrete produced with reclaimed aggregates produced from returned concrete
Giorgio Ferrari (Italy)
ID: 24
The effectiveness of superabsorbent polymers for internal curing as studied by NMR
Didier Snoeck (Belgium)
ID: 489
Influence of rheology modifying admixtures on early hydration of cementitious suspensions
Claudia Crasselt (Germany)
ID: 685
Synergetic effects of MgO-based expansive additive and inner curing agent on mitigating the autogeneous shrinkages of cement pastes
Liwu Mo (China)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 34 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: S.J.Jannie van Deventer (Australia)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 253
Durability of blended cements containing illitic calcined clays
Edgardo Fabian Irassar (Argentina)
ID: 300
External sulfate attack on hardened OPC-GGBS binders: from chemical composition and sample geometry towards numerical modeling of construction component behavior
Matthias Wagner (Germany)
ID: 52
Mechanism of deterioration of concrete by salt scaling
Shunsuke Hanehara (Japan)
ID: 697
Calcium alumino-silicate hydrates (C-A-S-H) carbonation kinetics
Ekoe Kangni-Foli (France)
ID: 832
Changes in OPC mortars after physical and chemical decay processes
Ines Garcia-Lodeiro (Spain)
ID: 29
Carbonation assessment in cementitious materials by using thymol blue indicator
Miguel Angel Sanjuán (Spain)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 14:00 – 15:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 35 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Jörg Rickert (Germany)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 483
Self-healing of cracks in cement paste with aggressive-ion-bonding healing agent
Haoliang Huang (China)
ID: 510
The coupling effect of pressure and freeze-thaw cycles on the durability of concrete
Yanru Wang (Australia)
ID: 550
Development of shotcrete with increased durability against thaumasite sulphate attack: Experiences from a tunnel site and laboratory tests
Florian Mittermayr (Austria)
ID: 665
pH-dependency of chloride binding in ordinary Portland cement
Petter Hemstad (Norway)
ID: 475
In-situ interactions at the granite-concrete interface of the National Radioactive Waste Repository, Hungary: core samples and numerical models
Zsuzsanna Szabó-Krausz (Hungary)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 16:00 – 17:15

Forum Hall
Oral Presentations 36 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Shunsuke Hanehara (Japan)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 701
Old textbooks are outdated about cement hydration mechanisms – The needle model, the main hydration peak and the later ages
Alexandre Ouzia (Switzerland)
ID: 229
Effect of pore size distribution on performances and durability of blended cements
Matteo Magistri (Italy)
ID: 388
Siderite (FeCO3) cementation by carbonation of iron rich systems
Sumit Srivastava (Belgium)
ID: 49
The structural buildup of cement paste and its rheological characterization
Tingjie Huang (China)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

South Hall 2A
Oral Presentations 37 - Topic 6. Concrete Durability

Chair: Antonio Telesca (Italy)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 47
Changes in pore solution composition in mortar due to carbonation
Gilles Plusquellec (Sweden)
ID: 48
Chloride-scavenging topical coatings as a route to mitigate steel corrosion in concrete infrastructure
Gaurav Sant (United States)
ID: 416
Development and commercialization of cementitious additive that controls salt damage deterioration of concrete structures
Mori Taiichiro (Japan)
ID: 522
Empirical and numerical modeling of carbonation for concrete containing SCMs
Shashank Bishnoi (India)
ID: 662
Study of carbonation mechanism and post-carbonation permeability in a cement with high content of blast furnace slag
Iyoda Takeshi (Japan)
ID: 61
The role of barrier layers and reactive site deactivation on dissolution suppression: implications on mitigating alkali-silica reaction
Gaurav Sant (United States)

Thursday, September 19, 2019 16:00 – 17:45

South Hall 2B
Oral Presentations 38

Chair: Jianqiang Wei (United States)

15 min discussion follows after the presentations.

ID: 795
Interstitial Transition Zone steel bar – cement matrix in old reinforced concrete
Wieslaw Kurdowski (Poland)
ID: 419
Thermal properties of cementitious materials
Jorge S. Dolado (Spain)
ID: 469
Performances and alteration mechanisms of OPC and of CAC-based matrices in anaerobic digestion systems
Marie Giroudon (France)
ID: 581
Micromechanical modelling of the influence of interfacial transition zone on moisture transport in concrete
Meenakshi Sharma (India)
ID: 615
Effect of air entrainer and aggregates on the apparent diffusion coefficient of concrete
Jason H. Ideker (United States)
ID: 243
Reactivity of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Ashes as a Supplementary Cementitious Material
Nele De Belie (Belgium)

Friday, September 20, 2019 08:30 – 09:15

Forum Hall
Technical Presentations - FLSmidth, Buzzi Unicem

Chair: Jan Gemrich (Czech Republic)

Consistent Kiln Feed by Single-Loop Adaptive Non-linear Model Predictive Control of Blending with Multiple-Feed Estimation
Kristian Møller Pedersen, Mette Dobel
FLSmidth

Buzzi Unicem: Advanced technology of concrete towards innovation and sustainability
Guiseppe Giunti
Buzzi Unicem

Friday, September 20, 2019 09:15 – 10:25

Forum Hall
Poster Oral Presentations

Chair: Jan Gemrich (Czech Republic)

ID: 347
Clinker production with high chlorine Alternative Fuels
Nestor Isaias Quintero Mora (Switzerland)
ID: 559
Influence of sodium sulphate and sodium hydroxide on the hydration of ordinary Portland cement
Gopala Rao Dhoopadahalli (India)
ID: 379
Blended cement with illitic calcined clay and calcareous material
Edgardo Fabian Irassar (Argentina)
ID: 176
Limestone aggregates in alkali activated waste glass cement; interaction and properties
Luis Edgar Menchaca Ballinas (Mexico)
ID: 567
Optimization of acid resistance in granulated blast furnace slag-rich concrete
Christian Gerten (Germany)
ID: 299
Study on the reactivity of blast furnace slag aggregate
Natsumi Noguchi (Japan)
ID: 514
Features of multiple interface structures in recycled aggregate concrete (RAC)
Yubin Cao (Australia)

Friday, September 20, 2019 10:25 – 10:45

Forum Hall
Evaluation of Pre-Congress Courses - Angel Palomo, Karen Scrivener

Chair: Jan Gemrich (Czech Republic)

Friday, September 20, 2019 11:15 – 12:00

Forum Hall
Closing Ceremony

Chair: Lukáš Peřka (Czech Republic)

  • Next ICCC organizer presentation
  • Organizing Committee Chairman Farewell Speech