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Characterization and Development of Cementitious Materials
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Harifidy Ranaivomanana, PhD
Research Institute in Civil Engineering and Mechanics, University of Nantes, France
Research Interests: Characterization and modeling of reactive transport in porous media (permeability, diffusivity); Durability of concrete structures in aggressive environments (carbonation, leaching, self-healing process); Valorization of dredged sdiments in civil engineering applications; Soil treatment Keywords: Cementitious materials, durability, prorous media, transport properties, carbonation, soil treatment, dredged sediments, modeling
About This Topic
Mineral fines, also known as supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs), can be used as partial substitution of cement in concrete manufacturing either in blended cements or incorporated separately to the concrete mix and have become an integral component of high strength, high performance and self-compacting concrete mix design. These fines which may be quarry materials, industrial wastes or byproducts constitute a major alternative to reduce overall economic and environmental costs associated with the use of Portland cement. Although numerous investigations have been dedicated to the durability properties of concretes formulated with SCMs, there are relatively few studies on both microstructural and porous structure properties (porosity, pore size distribution, constrictivity, tortuosity…) and on their impact on transport properties (gas/liquid permeability, diffusion, water vapour sorption isotherms, water absorption ) in particular under unsaturated conditions. Those aspects are important regarding the prediction of concrete structures lifetime and are addressed in this special issue.
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