Engineering Lab

An electronic monograph:
MODELING AND MEASURING
 THE STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES 
OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS

Edward J. Garboczi, Dale P. Bentz, Kenneth A. Snyder,
Nicos S. Martys, Paul E. Stutzman,
Chiara F. Ferraris
, and Jeffrey W. Bullard

Materials and Structural Systems Division
Engineering Laboratory
100 Bureau Drive Stop 8615
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8615 USA

edward.garboczi@nist.gov, dale.bentz@nist.gov, kenneth.snyder@nist.gov,
nicos.martys@nist.gov, paul.stutzman@nist.gov, chiara.ferraris@nist.gov, jeffrey.bullard@nist.gov

Last revised March 18, 2014

Maintained by Edward Garboczi
edward.garboczi@nist.gov


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Table of Contents

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Part I: Cement-based materials

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1. Introduction

2. Concrete rheology

3. Cement and concrete characterization

4. Microstructure development of
cement paste phases

5. Cement paste percolation, transport,
and elastic properties

6. Mortar and concrete microstructure

7. Transport, elastic, and thermal properties
of mortar and concrete

8. Curing and autogenous shrinkage of concrete

9. Degradation of mortar and concrete

10. Aggregates: Shape and properties

Appendix I-1
Summary of concrete and concrete modeling
for non-cement-based materials researchers


Appendix I-2
   CEMHYD3D: A three-dimensional cement
hydration and microstructure development
modeling package. Version 3.0 (06/05) and Version 2.0 (4/00)

  

Part II: Fire-Resistive Materials

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1. Microstructure

2. Thermophysical Properties

3. Adhesion Properties


Part III: General random porous materials

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1. Introduction

2. Finite difference and finite element
programs for random materials

3. Percolation theory

4. Microstructure development and probes

5. Conductivity

6. Fluid flow

7. Elastic properties


Appendix III-1
Digital images of porous materials and computer
modeling: Description of a digital toolkit

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