CONCRETE JOURNAL Vol.56, No.5, May 2018
Japan Concrete Institute (JCI No.632)


"Remain" and "Maintain"
By Y. Uchida

Special Issue : Material Researches to make a Technical Breakthrough

  1. Properties of Cement and Concrete Materials
    1.1 Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Concrete
    By S. Miyazawa
    1.2 The Latest Functions and Analysis Examples of Initial Stress of Concrete
    By M. Ishikawa, Y. Ishikawa, H. Nakamura and T. Mizobuchi
    1.3 Summary of Test Results of Blast-furnace Slag Fine Aggregate Concrete Cured in 20°C Water for 30 Years
    By A. Ueno
    1.4 Evaluation and Management System on Curing for Durability of Hardened Concrete
    By T. Iyoda
    1.5 The Effects of High Temperature Curing on Ultra-high-strength Concrete
    By S. Koizumi and T. Sugamata
    1.6 Influence of Bleeding on Permeability of Concrete and Mechanisms of Bleeding Water Behavior
    By Y. Kato
    1.7 An Analog Experiment of Mass Transport and Deterioration Process in Concrete using Nano/Micro Channels
    By Y. Sakai
    1.8 The Effects of Nano Structure on the Properties Cementitious Materials as a Barrier Material
    By D. Minato
    1.9 Current Situation and Future Prospect of Geopolymers
    By K. Ichimiya, S. Hatanaka and D. Atarashi
  2. Deterioration Mechanisms of Concrete Structures
    2.1 Reconsideration of Limit State of Reinforced Concrete Structure
    By M. Kanematsu
    2.2 Threshold Chloride Content for Corrosion of Steel in Concrete
    By T. Maruya
    2.3 Materials Design Against Alkali-silica Reaction by Controlling Alkalinity of Pore Solution in Concrete
    By Y. Kawabata
    2.4 Mechanism of Frost Damage of Concrete and Techniques for Controlling of Air Voids System
    By Y. Hama, M. Aba and D. Atarashi
    2.5 Practical Study for Preventing Scaling Deterioration of Concrete
    By T. Oyamada and S. Hanehara
    2.6 Concrete Strength Change of Hamaoka NPS Unit 1 Reactor Building -Research Utilizing Docommissioning Plant-
    By Y. Tanaka, H. Wada, I. Maruyama and O. Kontani
  3. Investigation Techniques
    3.1 Quantitative Hydration Analysis of Concrete by Rietveld Method
    By T. Sagawa
    3.2 Structural Analysis of Slag and Cement Materials by Solid-state NMR
    By T. Takahashi, T. Ohkubo and K. Kanehashi
    3.3 Basic Study on Measuring Methods for Contact Time of between Steel Sphere and Concrete by Impacting Steel Sphere
    By S. Uchida, G. Kubo, S. Iwano and Y. Oshima
    3.4 Study on Surface Air Permeability of Concrete
    By A. Nonaka and N. Yuasa
    3.5 Introduction of a Novel Method for Measuring the Corrosion Rate of Steel in Concrete, -CIPE Method-
    By S. Yamamoto
  4. Visions for the Future Research Works
    4.1 My Memory of the Research on Alkali-silica Reaction and Delayed Ettringite Formation
    By K. Torii
    4.2 Expectation for Concrete Filling Simulation
    By Y. Yamada
    4.3 Basic Research and Practical
    By H. Naruse

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