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ICCM 2017 new concrete binders
October 2, 2017 - October 4, 2017$850
The former Canadian Center for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) of Natural Resources Canada has played a significant role in Canada for research on fly ashes, ferrous and non-ferrous slags, and silica fumes for use in concrete.
In July-August 1983, CANMET, in association with the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the U.S. Corps of Engineers, sponsored the first International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag, Natural Pozzolans held in Montebello, Québec, CANADA. Since then, this conference traveled all over the world and the ninth conference was held in Warsaw, Poland in 2007. It is thus our pleasure to invite you to the 10th conference to be held in Montreal, CANADA, in October 2017.
The purpose of this international conference is to present the latest available scientific and technical information in the field of supplementary cementitious materials and novel binders for use in concrete. The new aspect of this edition is to highlight advances in the field of alternative and sustainable binders and supplementary cementitious materials, for which the research is growing in importance.
Original papers on all aspects of pozzolans, mineral admixtures, standard and alternative supplementary cementitious materials are invited to be presented at the conference and be published in the proceedings.
For the first time the conference proceedings will be published as ACI and RILEM Special Publication (SP). Non-refereed papers will be published in supplementary papers proceeding.
- Microstructure and hydration
- Multi-component binder systems
- Alternative supplementary cementitious materials
- Alkali activated materials
- Alternative binders
- Chemical admixtures
- Concrete mix designs for sustainable development
- Curing techniques
- Mechanical performances and durability
- Modeling of concrete properties
- Life-cycle analysis
- Service life
- Standard and test method development
- Case studies
- Special concrete
- Biosourced materials
- Recycled materials