Top publications in cement 1–100 of 13,476 results
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Analysis of crack formation and crack growth in concrete by means of fracture mechanics and finite elements (1976) 1097
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A numerical approach to the complete stress-strain curve of concrete (1973) 130
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Crystallization in pores (1999) 116
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Calculation of chloride diffusion coefficients in concrete from ionic migration measurements (1993) 109
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A model for the microstructure of calcium silicate hydrate in cement paste (2000) 109
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Diffusion of chloride ions in hardened cement pastes (1981) 104
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The nature of CSH in hardened cements (1999) 99
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Composition of reactive powder concretes (1995) 95
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Tobermorite/jennite and tobermorite/calcium hydroxide-based models for the structure of CSH: applicability to hardened pastes of tricalcium silicate, β-dicalcium silicate, Portland cement, and blends of Portland cement with blast-furnace slag, metakaolin, or silica fume (2004) 95
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Metakaolin and calcined clays as pozzolans for concrete: a review (2001) 94
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The effect of two types of CSH on the elasticity of cement-based materials: Results from nanoindentation and micromechanical modeling (2004) 92
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Experimental and numerical analysis of micromechanisms of fracture of cement-based composites (1992) 91
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Chloride threshold values to depassivate reinforcing bars embedded in a standardized OPC mortar (2000) 91
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The influence of mineral admixtures on the rheology of cement paste and concrete (2001) 86
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Chloride binding capacity and binding isotherms of OPC pastes and mortars (1993) 84
16
Alkali-activated cements Opportunities and challenges (1999) 83
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29Si MAS NMR study of the structure of calcium silicate hydrate (1996) 79
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Design-oriented stress–strain model for FRP-confined concrete (2003) 78
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A model for two types of calcium silicate hydrate in the microstructure of Portland cement pastes (2000) 78
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Modeling of strength of high-performance concrete using artificial neural networks (1998) 77
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Characterization and identification of equilibrium and transfer moisture properties for ordinary and high-performance cementitious materials (1999) 77
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Relative strength, pozzolanic activity and cement hydration in superplasticised metakaolin concrete (1996) 76
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Hydration products of alkali activated slag cement (1995) 76
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Industrially interesting approaches to “low-CO 2” cements (2004) 74
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Expression and analysis of pore fluids from hardened cement pastes and mortars (1981) 71
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Spalling and pore pressure in HPC at high temperatures (2000) 71
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Effect of reinforcement corrosion on bond strength (1996) 69
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Permeability, diffusivity, and microstructural parameters: A critical review (1990) 69
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Progress on understanding debonding problems in reinforced concrete and steel members strengthened using FRP composites (2004) 68
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Intermediate crack-induced debonding in RC beams and slabs (2003) 67
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Percolation of phases in a three-dimensional cement paste microstructural model (1991) 65
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Solubility and structure of calcium silicate hydrate (2004) 65
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Thaumasite formation in Portland-limestone cement pastes (1999) 64
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Deterioration of concrete due to reinforcement steel corrosion (1996) 63
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Mechanism of expansion associated with ettringite formation (1973) 62
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Studies on concrete containing ground waste glass (2000) 61
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Self-Compacting Concrete (2003) 61
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Delayed ettringite formation (2001) 61
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Backscattered electron imaging of cementitious microstructures: understanding and quantification (2004) 61
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The role of steric repulsive force in the dispersion of cement particles in fresh paste prepared with organic admixture (1997) 60
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Value-added utilisation of waste glass in concrete (2004) 60
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Three-dimensional mathematical analysis of particle shape using X-ray tomography and spherical harmonics: Application to aggregates used in concrete (2002) 60
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A multiscale micromechanics-hydration model for the early-age elastic properties of cement-based materials (2003) 59
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Percolation and pore structure in mortars and concrete (1994) 58
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Capillary transport in mortars and concrete (1997) 58
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Thermodynamic investigation of the CaOAl2O3CaSO4H2O system at 25°C and the influence of Na2O (1993) 58
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Pore size distribution of metakaolin paste (1996) 57
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Strengthening of structures using carbon fibre/epoxy composites (1995) 56
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Stress from crystallization of salt (2004) 56
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Improving shear capacity of existing RC T-section beams using CFRP composites (2000) 55
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Chemical stability of cementitious materials based on metakaolin (1999) 54
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Polymer-based admixtures (1998) 54
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Mercury porosimetry of hardened cement pastes (1999) 54
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Shear capacity of FRP-strengthened RC beams: FRP debonding (2003) 53
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Permeability study of cracked concrete (1997) 53
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Water permeability and chloride ion diffusion in portland cement mortars: Relationship to sand content and critical pore diameter (1995) 53
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The coexistence of geopolymeric gel and calcium silicate hydrate at the early stage of alkaline activation (2005) 53
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The percolation of pore space in the cement paste/aggregate interfacial zone of concrete (1996) 52
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The carbonation of concrete and the mechanism of moisture, heat and carbon dioxide flow through porous materials (1993) 51
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Determination by nanoindentation of elastic modulus and hardness of pure constituents of Portland cement clinker (2001) 51
61
FRP jacketed concrete under uniaxial compression (1995) 50
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Effect of supplementary cementing materials on concrete resistance against carbonation and chloride ingress (2000) 50
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Chloride thresholds in marine concrete (1996) 49
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Modelling of the corrosion of the cement paste by deionized water (1992) 49
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Thermodynamic modelling of the hydration of Portland cement (2006) 49
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Properties of concrete containing waste glass (2004) 48
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Geopolymeric materials prepared using Class F fly ash and elevated temperature curing (2005) 48
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Experimental determination of the tension-softening relations for cementitious composites (1987) 47
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Physical and pozzolanic action of mineral additions on the mechanical strength of high-performance concrete (2003) 47
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Factors affecting the strength of alkali-activated slag (1994) 46
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Microstructure of the interfacial zone between lightweight aggregate and cement paste (1990) 45
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Effect of cracking in drying and shrinkage specimens (1982) 45
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Shrinkage-reducing admixtures and early-age desiccation in cement pastes and mortars (2001) 45
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Degree of hydration and gel/space ratio of high-volume fly ash/cement systems (2000) 45
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The removal of phosphate ions from aqueous solution by fly ash, slag, ordinary Portland cement and related blends (2002) 45
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Performance of concrete made with commercially produced coarse recycled concrete aggregate (2001) 44
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Effects of two Danish flyashes on alkali contents of pore solutions of cement-flyash pastes (1981) 44
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The Maturity Method: Theory and Application (1984) 44
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Thaumasite — background and nature in deterioration of cements, mortars and concretes (1999) 44
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An ion interaction model for the determination of chemical equilibria in cement/water systems (1990) 44
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The calcium silicate hydrates (2008) 44
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The reaction of fly ash in concrete a critical examination (1989) 43
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Interfacial transition zone in concrete (1995) 43
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The incorporation of minor and trace elements into calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) gel in hardened cement pastes (1993) 43
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The influence of wall slip on yield stress and viscoelastic measurements of cement paste (2001) 43
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Alkali-activated fly ashes (1999) 43
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Characteristics of cement mortar with nano-SiO 2 particles (2007) 43
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The nature of the hydration products in hardened cement pastes (2000) 43
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Thermodynamic modelling of the effect of temperature on the hydration and porosity of Portland cement (2008) 43
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Relation between resistivity and corrosion rate of reinforcements in carbonated mortar made with several cement types (1988) 42
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Load carrying capacity of concrete structures with corroded reinforcement (1997) 42
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Strength, pore structure and permeability of alkali-activated slag mortars (1996) 42
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Use of tire rubber particles as addition to cement paste (2000) 42
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Permeability and self-healing of cracked concrete as a function of temperature and crack width (2003) 42
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The characterization of hardened alkali-activated blast-furnace slag pastes and the nature of the calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) phase (1994) 42
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A simplified view on chemical effects perturbing the action of superplasticizers (2001) 42
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Sustainable development and climate change initiatives (2008) 42
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Autogenous deformation and RH-change in perspective (2001) 41
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Diffusion of ions through hardened cement pastes (1981) 41
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Nanostructure of CSH: Current status (1993) 41