Author jayant d_bapat_book_mineral_admixtures_in _cement_and_concrete_crc_press

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The slide show highlights the contents of the new book “Mineral Admixtures in Cement and Concrete”, authored by Dr Jayant D. Bapat. The book is published by CRC Press. The professional services offered by Dr Bapat, for the educational institutions and the industry are also listed.
Written to meet the requirements of engineers working in construction and concrete manufacturing, the book focuses on how to make more workable and durable concrete using mineral admixtures. In particular, it covers pulverized fuel ash (PFA), blast furnace slag (BFS), silica fume (SF), rice husk ash (RHA), and metakaolin (MK), as well as some new admixtures currently under investigation.
For each mineral admixture, the book looks at manufacturing and processing, physical characteristics, chemical and mineralogical composition, quality control, and reported experiences. It also examines the provisions of national standards on the admixture’s addition to cement and concrete. References to microstructures and chemistry are kept to a minimum and only discussed to the extent necessary to help readers apply the admixtures in practice.
The book also addresses hydration, presenting the relevant chemistry and detailing the impact of adding mineral admixtures to concrete. A chapter on strength and durability explains the mechanisms, models, and standards related to concrete deterioration and how to mitigate carbonation, alkali-aggregate reactions, chloride attack and corrosion of reinforcement, external and internal sulphate attack, decalcification, and freeze-thaw action.
This book is a useful reference for practicing engineers and students alike. It brings together, in one volume, information on the materials, hydration, and the strength and durability of cement and concrete with mineral admixtures. Offering a deeper understanding of mineral admixtures, it encourages engineers to more effectively use these and other wastes in cement and concrete to support more sustainable growth of the cement and construction industry.

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  1. 1. AUTHOR JAYANT D. BAPAT BOOK: MINERAL ADMIXTURES IN CEMENT AND CONCRETE (312 PAGES) PUBLISHER: CRC PRESS – TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUPhttp://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/97814398179
  2. 2. BOOK MINERAL ADMIXTURES IN CEMENT & CONCRETE• PURCHASE OPTIONS: » CONTACT PUBLISHER » AMAZON.COM » FLIPKART.COM VISIT RESPECTIVE WEBSITE & ENTER BOOK NAME IN SEARCH
  3. 3. AUTHOR Dr J D BAPAT INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL BRIEF BIODATA• IN THE PROFESSIONAL CIRCLE, AUTHOR JAYANT D. BAPAT IS KNOWN MORE AS Dr J D BAPAT• EXPERIENCE: 37 YEARS R&D, TEACHING, TRAINING, CONSULTANCY• ACADEMIC: Ph D (CHEM ENG), IIT DELHI• PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE: CEMENT MANUFACTURING, CONCRETE, MANAGEMENT OF ENGINEERING INSTITUTIONS, FUEL CELL POWER• PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS• AUTHOR: MINERAL ADMIXTURES IN CEMENT AND CONCRETE, CRC PRESS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP, USA• URL: http://www.drjdbapat.com• Email: consult@drjdbapat.com & consult.bapat@yahoo.com
  4. 4. Dr J D BAPAT• TECHNICAL CONSULTANT FOR MINERAL ADMIXTURES & DURABLE CEMENT & CONCRETE
  5. 5. Dr J D BAPAT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS & INDUSTRY• TEACHING THE SUBJECT & CONDUCTING RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY• SHORT-TERM & TAILOR-MADE COURSES/ TRG. PROG. ON BLENDED CEMENTS & CONCRETE DURABILITY FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS• TECHNO-MARKETING OF CEMENT, CONCRETE, ADMIXTURES, PROCESS EQUIPMENT
  6. 6. CRC PRESSTAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP• ONE OF THE WORLDS LARGEST PUBLISHERS• SPECIALISES IN PRODUCING TECHNICAL BOOKS• OFFICES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD• PUBLISHES MORE THAN 1,500 JOURNALS & APPROXIMATELY 3,300 NEW BOOKS EACH YEAR• BACKLIST IN EXCESS OF 60,000 SPECIALIST TITLES.
  7. 7. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE BOOK• PRESENTS MATERIALS, HYDRATION, STRENGTH & DURABILITY ASPECTS OF CEMENT & CONCRETE WITH MINERAL ADMIXTURES, AT ONE PLACE & AS RELEVANT FOR ENGINEERS IN CONSTRUCTION PRACTICE• RELEVANT MANUFACTURING & PROCESSING ASPECTS RELATED TO MINERAL ADMIXTURES INCLUDED
  8. 8. WHAT IS SPECIAL ABOUT THE BOOK Continued .. ..• INCLUDES QUALITY CONTROL & PROVISIONS OF NATIONAL STANDARDS• INCLUDES TOXICITY & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH ASPECTS• PRESENTS MECHANISMS, MODELS, STANDARDS & MITIGATION OF CONCRETE DETERIORATION BY DIFFERENT MODES• INTRODUCES NEW & PROMISING MINERAL ADMIXTURES, CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT
  9. 9. BOOK CONTENTS• CHAPTER 1: PULVERIZED FUEL ASH• CHAPTER 2: BLAST FURNACE SLAG• CHAPTER 3: SILICA FUME• CHAPTER 4: RICE HUSK ASH• CHAPTER 5: METAKAOLIN• CHAPTER 6: HYDRATION• CHAPTER 7: STRENGTH & DURABILITY• CHAPTER 8: NEW MINERAL ADMIXTURES
  10. 10. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES PULVERIZED FUEL ASH (PFA)• WHAT CONSTITUTES ASTM TYPE F & TYPE C PFA• HOW PHYSICAL & MINERALOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PFA AFFECT CEMENT/CONCRETE• EFFECT OF PFA CARBON CONTENT• REACTIVITY OF PFA FROM CONVENTIONAL VS FLUIDISED BED BOILERS• PFA FROM PETCOKE• PFA BLENDING VS INTERGRINDING Continued .. ..
  11. 11. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES PULVERIZED FUEL ASH (PFA) Continued .. ..• PFA PROCESSING FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT• ULTRAFINE PFA• LIMITS OF PFA ADDITION FOR BLENDED CEMENT• HIGH PERFORMACE CONCRETE WITH PFA• HIGH VOLUME FLY ASH CONCRETE & SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE• THREE COMPONENT BLENDS
  12. 12. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES BLAST FURNACE SLAG (BFS)• PROCESS OF GRANULATION, MOISTURE REDUCTION & GRINDING (GGBS)• EFFECT OF PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: PARTICLE FINENESS & SIZE DISTRIBUTION• EFFECT OF MINERALOGICAL & CHEMICAL COMPOSITION• INTERGRINDING VS SEPARATE GRINDING• COMBINATION OF GGBS WITH OTHER MINERAL ADMIXTURES
  13. 13. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES SILICA FUME (SF)• TYPES OF SF• FINENESS, SURFACE AREA & PROBLEM OF PARTICLE DISPERSION• CHEMICAL & MINERALOGICAL• PARAMETERS DECIDING QUALITY & QUALITY CONTROL• SF ADDITION: STRENGTH, DURABILITY & COST IMPLICATIONS
  14. 14. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES RICE HUSK ASH (RHA)• RELEVANCE OF RHA FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION• RHA PRODUCTION PROCESS & IMPROVED PROPERTIES WITH CONTROLLED COMBUSTION• ASTM CLASSIFICATION• POZZOLANIC ACTIVITY
  15. 15. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES METAKAOLIN (MK)• PRODUCTION PROCESSES• MK FROM WASTE PAPER SLUDGE• ASTM CLASSIFICATION• ACTION OF MK FOR IMPROVED STRENGTH & DURABILITY• TERNARY BLENDS
  16. 16. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES HYDRATION• HYDRATION PERIODS: WORKABILITY, SETTING (INITIAL & FINAL) & HARDENING• ROLE OF CLINKER COMPOUNDS: C3S, C2S, C3A, C4AF• ROLE OF GYPSUM• SILICATES, ALUMINOSILICATES, CALCIUM- ALUMINOSILICATES & SILICA (AMORPHOUS) IN MINERAL ADMIXTURES• ROLE OF CALCIUM HYDROXIDE Continued .. ..
  17. 17. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES HYDRATION Continued .. ..• INTERRELATION OF HYDRATION PROPS OF CEMENT & CONCRETE• EARLY CONCRETE PROPERTIES• STRENGTH GIVING C-S-H• FALSE & FLASH SET• HYDRATION OF C3S & C2S COMPARED• HYDRATION WITH: PFA, BFS, SF, RHA, MK
  18. 18. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES STRENGTH & DURABILITY• PRESCRIPTIVE & PERFORMANCE BASED APPROACHES TO STRUCTURES DESIGN• FACTORS CONTRIBUTING STRENGTH• INTERFACIAL TRANSITION ZONE (ITZ)• HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE (HPC)• IMPORTANCE OF CONCRETE CURING Continued .. ..
  19. 19. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES STRENGTH & DURABILITY Continued .. ..• MECHANISMS, MODELS, STANDARDS, & MITIGATION OF CONCRETE DETERIORATION BY: • CARBONATION • ALKALI–AGGREGATE REACTIONS: ACR & ASR • CHLORIDE ATTACK & CORROSION OF REINFORCEMENT • EXTERNAL SULFATE ATTACK • INTERNAL SULFATE ATTACK OR DELAYED ETTRINGITE FORMATION (DEF) • DECALCIFICATION OR LEACHING • FROST OR FREEZE–THAW ACTION Continued .. ..
  20. 20. CONTENTS: HIGHLIGHTS OF SPECIAL FEATURES STRENGTH & DURABILITY• PERFORMANCE BASED DESIGN OF STRUCTURES USING DURABILITY INDICES• MAKING CEMENT AND CONCRETE SUSTAINABLE: • IMPROVING PROCESS TECHNOLOGY • SUBSTITUTING CLINKER OR CEMENT WITH MINERAL ADMIXTURES • CONSUMING LESS CEMENT IN CONCRETE MIXTURES • ENHANCING SERVICE LIFE OF STRUCTURES • RECYCLING CONCRETE • DESIGNING ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDINGS • EDUCATING AND TRAINING MANPOWER

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