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Mix Design I Rheology and Workability I Case Studies I Mix Design II Rheology and Workability II Mechanical and Physical Properties I Fibers Materials Mechanical and Physical Properties II Test Methods Rheology and Workability 3 Structural Performance Honoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1 Production and Placement Case Studies 2 Honoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2 Pumping Durability Chemical Admixtures Formwork Sustainability Social / Meal General Session

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Sunday, May 15th, 2016 Monday, May 16th, 2016 Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

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Sunday, May 15th, 2016

00:00-00:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealReception Reception in Exhibit Area (more...)

Monday, May 16th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-09:30 Regency BallroomGeneral SessionOpening Plenary Session 1 (more...)
09:30-10:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 Micro-Proportioning of SCC with Crushed Aggregate: Rheology of Filler Modified Cement Pastes (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 Mixture Compositions and Fresh Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete: Analysis of 25 Years of Research (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 SCC Cement Pastes Designed by a Pseudo-Simplex Method (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 A Rational Method for the Design of Self-Compacting Concrete Mixes (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 Influence of Shape, Size, and Solid Concentration of Particles on Rheological Properties of Self-Consolidating Mortar (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IIMix Design IA-1 Design and Properties of Low-Binder Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 Normal and Tangential Interaction between Discrete Particles Immersed in Viscoelastic Fluids: Experimental Investigation as Basis for Discrete Element Modelling of Fresh Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 SCC Flow Curves from Vane Geometry Rheometer (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 A Correction Procedure to Characterize the Bottom Effect of a Rotational Cylinder during Tribological Measurements of the Lubrication Layer of Highly Workable Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 Rheological Behavior of Cement Pastes under Large Amplitude Oscillatory Shear (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 Effect of Hydration on the Rheological Properties of SCC Cement Paste (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IB-1 Testing of Cementitious Materials Using a Dynamic MEMS Micro Rheometer (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 Self-Consolidating Concrete Case Study: The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 Beyond the Floor Cycle: Integral Casting of Walls and Floor Slabs Through Double-Shutter Formwork and Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 Alturki Business Park Self Consolidating Concrete – A Case Study (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 SCC Developed for Tunnel End Plugs in a Permanent Nuclear Waste Repository (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 The Use of Self-Consolidating Concrete in the Construction Precast Beams for the Border Highway West Extension Loop 375 in El Paso Texas (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VICase Studies IC-1 VDOT’s SCC Applications and Lessons Learned (more...)
12:00-13:30 Regency BallroomSocial / MealLunch Group Lunch (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIMix Design IIA-2 Development of Air-Enhanced Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIMix Design IIA-2 Robustness of Low-Binder SCC (Eco-SCC), Lean SCC, and Binder-Rich SCC (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIMix Design IIA-2 Robustness of Powder-Type SCC with Fly Ash and Limestone Crushed Aggregates (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIMix Design IIA-2 Influence of Recycled Concrete Coarse Aggregate on Self-Compacting Concrete Robustness at Short and Long Times (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIMix Design IIA-2 The Performance of Self-consolidating Concrete Incorporating Foamed Lightweight Aggregate (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IIB-2 Distinguishing Flocculation and Hydration Effects on the Thixotropy of Cement Pastes (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IIB-2 Influence of Aggregate Shape on Mixing and Rheological Behaviour of Low-Cement Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IIB-2 Influence of Mix Design Parameters on Dynamic Segregation of Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IIB-2 Computational Segregation Analysis during Casting of SCC (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability IIB-2 Multivariate Analysis of the SCC Fresh State Parameters of Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IC-2 Prediction of Mechanical Properties of Self-Consolidating Concrete for Cast-in-Place Bridge Construction (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IC-2 Self-Roughening Concrete with Enhanced Shear Friction Capacity for Cold Joint Applications (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IC-2 Fire Spalling of Self-Compacting Concrete Mixtures with Different Limestone Powder Contents (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IC-2 Workability and Mechanical Properties of Expansive Self-Consolidating Concrete Reinforced with Hybrid Fibers (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IC-2 Shrinkage of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Self-Consolidating Concrete with Recycled Aggregate (more...)
15:10-15:40 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIFibersA-3 Effect of Polypropylene Macrofibers on the Flexural Response of SCFRC (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIFibersA-3 Predicting Fibre Orientation and Its Effect on Mechanical Properties of Ultra-High Performance Steel Fibre Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIFibersA-3 Effect of Types of Fibers and Expansive Agents on Flexural Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIFibersA-3 Crack Resistance of Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Self-Consolidating Concrete under Restrained Shrinkage Condition (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIFibersA-3 Self-Consolidating Concrete Cracking Sensitivity: Cracking Index and Database (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVMaterialsB-3 Developing Self-Compacting Concrete Using Local Materials of Libya (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVMaterialsB-3 Self-Compacted Clay Concrete: A Concrete with CSA and Higher Clay Content (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVMaterialsB-3 Influences of Nano Effects on the Flow Phenomena of Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVMaterialsB-3 Optimum Replacement of OPC by Fly Ash and Limestone Powder and their Blends in Self-Consolidating Paste Systems prepared at Variable Mixing Water Temperature (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVMaterialsB-3 Fly Ash-Nano SiO2 Blends for Effective Application in Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IIC-3 Study on the Creep Behavior of High Strength Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IIC-3 Shrinkage Mitigating Strategies for Low Shrinkage Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IIC-3 Influence of Moist Curing Age and Sample Size on Strength and Drying Shrinkage of Internally Cured Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IIC-3 Influences of Rheological Properties on Plastic Shrinkage Cracking in Mortars (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIMechanical and Physical Properties IIC-3 Performance Comparison of SCC Made with Lightweight Aggregates, Shrinkage-Reducing Admixture, and Expansive Agent (more...)
17:20-19:30 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealReception/Poster Session Reception and Poster Session in Exhibit Area (more...)

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-09:30 Regency BallroomGeneral SessionPlenary Session Plenary Session 2 (more...)
09:30-10:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 Fresh Stability and In-Situ Hardened Uniformity of SCC (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 Practical Methods to Assess Segregation Risk of SCC on Site (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 A New Homogeneity Assessment Concept Applied to Evaluate Self-Consolidation and Segregation Stability of Self - Compacting Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 The Plate Test Carried Out on Fresh Self- Compacting Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 Heat Flux Measurements for the Characterization of Maturity and Stability of Mortars and Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac I/IITest MethodsA-4 Investigation on the Mechanisms Governing the Robustness of Self-Compacting Concrete at Paste Level (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Analysis of Shear Rate inside a Concrete Truck Mixer (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Homogeneous Analysis of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) Casting in Reinforced Beam Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Modeling of Suspension Flow in Pipes and Rheometers (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Numerical Simulation of Self-Consolidating Concrete Flow as a Heterogeneous Material in L-Box Set-up (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Shape Effect of Crushed Sand Filler on Rheology: A Preliminary Experimental and Numerical Study (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac III/IVRheology and Workability 3B-4 Hardening Self-Compacting Mortar Exposed to Gamma Radiation, (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Monitoring the Initial Structural Performance of a Prestressed Self-Consolidating Concrete Bridge (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Concrete to Concrete Bond of an Interface between Self-Consolidating Concrete and Vibrated Concrete (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Constructability and Structural Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete in Cast-in-Place Bridge Construction (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Blast Load Performance of Reinforced Concrete Beams and Columns constructed with SCC and Fibers (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Behaviour of Self-Consolidating Rubberized Concrete under Drop-Weight Impacts (more...)
10:00-12:00 Potomac V/VIStructural PerformanceC-4 Effect of Mixture Parameters on the Shear Behavior of Cement Paste (more...)
12:00-13:30 Regency BallroomSocial / MealLunch Group Lunch and Panel Discussion (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1A-5 Stability and Retention of Entrained Air in Conventional and Self-Consolidating Concrete (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1A-5 Flowable Fibre-Reinforced Concrete: Progress in Understanding and Development of Design Standards (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1A-5 Creep Modeling of Self Consolidating Concrete with High Volumes of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1A-5 Calibration of Rheometers for Cementitious Materials (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 1A-5 Concrete Flow on a Steel-Plate Concrete Member having Congested Studs (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVProduction and PlacementB-5 New Method of Controlling Water in Self-Compacting Concrete Production (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVProduction and PlacementB-5 Cusum Charts for the Control of the Slump Flow of Self-Compacting Concrete in a Steady Production Process (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVProduction and PlacementB-5 New Demoulding Process for Self-Consolidating Concrete without Release Agents (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVProduction and PlacementB-5 Influence of SCC and the Release Agents on Friction Concrete/Formwork - Impact on the Aesthetics of Concrete Facing (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac III/IVProduction and PlacementB-5 Effects of Dynamic Segregation of Self-Consolidating Concrete on Uniformity and Bond Strength of Pre- Stressed Beams (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VICase Studies 2C-5 Successful High Strength Concrete for Tall Buildings in North America (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VICase Studies 2C-5 Sealed-Space-Filling SCC: A Special Application of SCC in High Speed Rail of China (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VICase Studies 2C-5 A Framework to Examine Experimental Material Properties of Self-Consolidating Concrete for Prestressed Bridge Girder Fabrication (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VICase Studies 2C-5 Relationship between Mix Designs and Bleeding for Semi Flowable SCC Applied To Diaphragm Walls (more...)
13:30-15:10 Potomac V/VICase Studies 2C-5 Development of Self Compacting Concrete for a Tremie Application (more...)
15:10-15:40 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2A-6 Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete Developed for Iconic and High-Rise Structures in North America (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2A-6 Evaluation of Rheological Behavior of SCHPC Containing SRA and Expansion Admixture, (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2A-6 In-Transit Monitoring of SCC (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2A-6 Investigating Shear-Induced Particle Migration in Fresh Cement Mortars (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac I/IIHonoring Prof. Surendra P. Shah 2A-6 Comparison of Thixotropic Behavior Between SCC and Convention Concrete Using the Concept of Bond Energy (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVPumpingB-6 Rheological and Tribological Characterization in the Context of Estimating its Pumpability (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVPumpingB-6 Maintaining the Air-Void System during Pumping of Self-Consolidating Concrete: A Challenging Fluid Mechanics Problem! (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVPumpingB-6 Assessment of Pumpability Quality Control and Performance Parameters of SCC-Type Mixtures (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVPumpingB-6 Study on Pumping Pressure Loss of Manufactured Sand Self-Compacting Concrete (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac III/IVPumpingB-6 Flowability and Stability Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete in Full-Scale Beam (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIDurabilityC-6 Freeze-Thaw Resistance of Vibrated SCC and Near-SCC (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIDurabilityC-6 Comparison of Durability Performance of Conventional and Air-Entrained Self-Compacting Concrete Modified by Metakaolin and Silica Fume (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIDurabilityC-6 Effect of Alkali Sulfate on Workability, Strength and Volume Stability Related to SCC (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIDurabilityC-6 Investigating Corrosion Problem in Reinforced SCC Members (more...)
15:40-17:20 Potomac V/VIDurabilityC-6 Effect of Fly Ash on Resistance to Chloride Ion Penetration of SCC under Abrasion (more...)
18:00-19:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealReception Reception in Exhibit Area (more...)
19:00-21:00 Regency BallroomSocial / MealBanquet Banquet Honoring Dr. Surendra Shah (more...)

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

07:00-08:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreakfast Breakfast in Exhibit Area (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 Improvement of SCC Flow Properties through Addition of Non-Adsorbing Small Molecule Co-Dispersants (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 Bleeding in Cement Paste: Induction, Acceleration and Consolidation Phases (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 Phosphated Comb Polymers - A New Generation of Highly Effective Superplasticizers (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 Effect of Super-Absorbent Polymer on Shrinkage and Permeability of Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 Adsorption Characteristics of PCEs and its Effect on Rheological Properties of Cement Paste (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac I/IIChemical AdmixturesA-7 New Approach to Reduce Early-Age Shrinkage of Cement-Based Materials (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 SCC Under Pressure - Field Validation of Models for Predicting Lateral Form Pressure in Toronto (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 Prediction of Lateral Form Pressure Exerted by Cement-Based Materials at Low Casting Rates (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 Models to Predict Form Pressure Exerted by SCC - Results of Six Field Campaigns (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 Analysis of Friction and Lubrication Conditions of Concrete/Formwork Interfaces (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 Tightness Requirements for SCC Formwork (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac III/IVFormworkB-7 Feedback Control of Smart Dynamic Casting through Formwork Friction Measurements (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Design Considerations and Sustainability of Self-compacting Concrete (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Development of Eco-Efficient Self Consolidating Concrete (Eco-SCC) with Recycled Concrete Aggregate (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Tailor-Made SCC Incorporating Spent Equilibrium Catalyst from Oil Refinery (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Rheology - One Parameter in a Performance Based Design Framework for the Selection of Concretes with Environmental Friendly Binder Systems (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Time-Dependent Fresh Behaviour of Self-Compacting Concrete with Recycled Concrete Coarse Aggregate (more...)
08:00-10:00 Potomac V/VISustainabilityC-7 Self-Consolidating Concrete Prepared with Recycled Asphalt Pavement and High Volume of Supplementary Cementitious Materials (more...)
08:00-10:00 Regency Ballroom FoyerSocial / MealBreak Break in Exhibit Area (more...)
10:30-12:30 Regency BallroomGeneral SessionPlenary Session Plenary Session 3 (more...)