28th Cement and Concrete Science
The following papers have been accepted for oral and poster presentations at the conference. The organisers reserve the right to alter the order of the presentations. A final programme will be distributed at the conference.
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'Oilwell Cements for Slimhole Well Cementing'
John Bensted – International Consultant in Cement Technology and Visiting Professor in Cement Science, University College London
'Optimum petrographic compositions and firing conditions for quicklime production'
A M Soltan – Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
'The potential for carbon dioxide reduction from the cement industry through the increased use of industrial pozzolans'
Mark Tyrer, Peter Claisse, Eshmaiel Ganjian, Christopher Cheeseman, Rosemary Greaves, Martin Kay, and Jonathan Churchman-Davies
'Rate of Cement Hydration as Affected by Temperature'
M N Soutsos– University of Liverpool
'Compilation of policies of energy consumption optimisation in cement industry, in developing countries. Case study: Iran'
S M Sadeghzadeh – Department of Electrical Engineering, Shahed University, Tehran, and H Ravaghi – Ministry of Energy, Tehran, Iran.
'Sulphate activation of bfs/opc composite cement'
N C Collier, N B Milestone – Immobilisation Science Laboratory, Department of Engineering Materials, University of Sheffield, Sheffield
'In-situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction study of model cements hydration'
Alexandra Quennoz, E Gallucci and K L Scrivener – Laboratory of Construction Materials, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
'Measurement of slag reaction in blended cements'
Vanessa Kocaba, Emmanuel Gallucci and Karen L Scrivener – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
'Cement – calcined clays interactions and their effect on mechanical properties of mortars'
R Fernandez, K Scrivener and E Gallucci – EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, and F Martirena – UCLV, Santa Clara, Cuba
'Mechanisms of hydration of cementitious materials at early age'
P. Juilland, K Scrivener and E Gallucci – LMC, EPF Lausanne, R J Flatt – Sika Technology, Zürich, Switzerland
M Carter – The University of Manchester, UK
L Black – University of Leeds, UK
'3D printing of cement composites: preliminary experiments'
P Purnell – University of Warwick, UK
L Glover – University of Birmingham, UK
D Hughes – University of Bradford, UK
'Reactions of dolomite with portlandite, tricalcium silicate and cement'
F P Glasser – University of Aberdeen, UK
'Prehydration of clinker'
Johann Plank – Munich University, Germany
'Greener construction with reactive magnesia cements'
M Liska & Abir Al-Tabbaa – University of Cambridge, UK
Julia Stegemann – University College London, UK
'Designing concrete with short service life utilizing thaumasite'
H Justnes and K I Johansen – SINTEF Building and Infrastructure, Trondheim, Norway
'Pozzolanic activity of sintered clay and interaction with limestone powder'
Klaartje De Weerdt, Tone Østnor and Harald Justnes – SINTEF, Norway
'The reactivity of Portland composite cement containing limestone powder and fly ash'
Klaartje De Weerdt and Harald Justnes – SINTEF, Norway