5 edition of Petrography applied to concrete and concrete aggregates. by Bernard Erlin and David Stark found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Erlin, B., Stark, D.|
|LC Classifications||TA 440 P497 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Concrete petrography is not new. The techniques have been applied to concrete since at least the s to study cracking and sulfate attack. In addition to concrete, petrographers routinely examine related materials such as mortar, grout, stucco, shotcrete, plaster, terrazzo, synthetic stone, and coatings. Their work on all of these materials. Bringing together in one volume the latest research and information, this book provides a detailed guide to the selection and use of aggregates in concrete. After an introduction defining the purpose and role of aggregates in concrete, the authors present an overview of aggregate sources and production techniques, followed by a detailed sCited by:
samples for the petrographic analysis can be obtained from the Petrographer, Soils and Aggregates Section, Engineering Materials Office, Wilson Ave., Downsview, Ontario, M3M 1J8. 2. RELEVANT DOCUMENTS ASTM C , C MTO LS, LS EM - 91, Petrographic Examination of Aggregate and Concrete in Ontario, Engineering File Size: KB. Cement and Concrete Composites. Supports open access. Search in this journal. Special Issue on Ferrocement. Vol Issue 1, Pages () Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations.
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Erlin, Bernard,Stark, D., American Society for Testing and Materials. Committee C-9 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates., ASTM Subcommittee C on Petrography of Concrete and Concrete Aggregates., Symposium on Petrography Applied to Concrete and Concrete Aggregates ( Saint Louis, Mo.) Classifications; LC Classifications.
Fourteen papers from the Symposium on [title] held on J in St. Louis cover approaches, examination, and specimen preparation of concrete and aggregates for petrographic studies; petrographic examination of aggregate problems; and petrography applied to solving varieties of concrete probl Category: Aggregates (Building materials) Concrete Petrography.
Get this from a library. Petrography applied to concrete and concrete aggregates. [Bernard Erlin; D Stark; American Society for Testing and Materials. Committee C-9 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.; ASTM Subcommittee C on Petrography of Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.;].
ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Notes: Papers of the Symposium on Petrography Applied to Concrete and Concrete Aggregates, held J in St. Louis, MO, and sponsored by ASTM Committee C-9 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates and its Subcommittee C on Petrography of Concrete and Concrete Aggregates.
Using Concrete Petrography to Determine Cause & Extent of Concrete Deterioration Bernie Erlin. CONCRETE PETROGRAPHY & Applies standard geologic microscopy techniques and methods to analyze concrete and concrete raw materials Examinations of hardened samples and raw materials follow ASTM CC & others Investigative choices based.
articles on applications of petrography in concrete and aggregate. InASTM standard C on petrography of concrete aggregates was published, which was followed by C in on hardened air analysis, C in on concrete petrography, and C in on mortar petrography.
Bryant and Katharine. Petrographic examination of aggregates for concrete, mortars, and building stones can help determine if the concrete cured correctly, or if there is evidence of degradation.
Concrete and aggregate testing provides construction staff valuable information during a project including concrete mix, air content, weight and strengths of concrete.
Fine aggregate – Concrete and mortar. The portion of an aggregate consisting of particles passing a 5mm BS test sieve, but retained on a 75μm sieve, within specified limits.
European Standard, EN sets a 4mm upper limit and ASTM, C, specifies particles passing mm sieve but retained on a 74μm sieve.
The EuropeanFile Size: KB. Petrography: What It Can and Cannot Do This valuable concrete testing mehtod will help determine whether issues will affect concrete performance or are just skin deep. January 8, Concrete petrography (macro structure) Coarse aggregate parameters Distribution of constituent; Compaction levels and flow characteristics; Cracks; AAR, frost damage, fire; Sample preparation.
Selection of samples and sub-samples; Fracture surfaces; Vacuum impregnations; Thin section production, preparation defects; Polished samples, contrast. The American Concrete Institute. Founded in and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete Cited by: Provides helpful information both to those who conduct petrographic investigations and to those who use petrographic information to fulfill their analysis needs.
For petrographers, geologists, concrete technologists, engineers, and research and development organization involved with Portland cement, concrete, aggregates, and admixtures for. Petrography is a branch of geology that is applied to concrete and concrete raw materials.
This technique examines and evaluates the optical properties and microstructural characteristics of the materials. Petrographic examinations for concrete begin by accepting an aggregate for use in concrete (ASTM C).
Practice is experienced in the petrographic examination of concrete and associated materials. The health and safety aspects of the methods described for the preparation of thin sections are outside the scope of this Code of Practice. A brief Glossary of common terms used in the petrographic examination of concrete is provided in the Size: KB.
Detailed information on petrographic testing is given in Concrete Society Technical Rep Concrete petrography: An introductory guide for the non-specialist.
General information on the use of petrography, and the use of other testing techniques, is given in Technical Rep Diagnosis of deterioration in concrete structures.
The first in this series, this volume contains several engineering geology articles that are still applicable and useful today: Petrography Applied to Portland-Cement Concrete, by Mielenz; Engineering Aspects of Sediment Transport, by Bruun (includes section on Biological Aspects, by Lackey); Photo Analysis and Interpretation in Engineering Geology Investigations, by Mollard; Engineering.
The aggregates used in concrete have to meet a number of specifications relating to mechanical performance, durability, chemical stability, alkali reactivity, gradation, shape, surface texture, and the presence of harmful substances.
Numerous standard tests are used to ensure aggregates meet those specifications. However, petrographic examination, despite being qualitative in nature, remains Cited by: 2. The petrographic study of the concrete thin sections confirmed the presence of abundant light-brown volcanic glass in the groundmass of the aggregate particles, but also of alteration minerals.
Petrography is a branch of geology that is applied to concrete and concrete raw materials. This technique examines and evaluates the optical properties and microstructural characteristics of the materials.
Petrographic analysis for concrete begins by accepting an aggregate for use in concrete. This paper examined three different types of recycled materials, such as beer green glass, waste tile, and asphalt, which will be used in different mixtures in order to prepare concrete specimens and, more specifically, their effect on concrete strength and how the petrographic characteristics of various recycled materials influenced the durability of C25/30 strength class by: 3.
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Paperback More Buying Choices $ (7 used offers).Bernie Erlin of EHA, specializing in chemical and petrographic analyses of concrete and other materials of construction and serving clients such as owners, architects, engineers, and governmental agencies.
Prior to founding EHA, Hime served as a Research Chemist, head of.Aggregates for Concrete. The proper selection of aggregates for use in concrete mixtures is critical to long term concrete performance.
Aggregates generally occupy 60% to 75% of the concrete volume and strongly influence the concrete’s fresh and hardened properties, mixture proportions, and economy.