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Alkali-Silica Reaction and High Performance Concrete
Answers the question if high-performance concrete is susceptible to alkali-silica reaction. The paper contains details on the alkali-silica reaction mechanism and the factors influencing it as well as an overview on available test methods (i.e. ASTM C1260 and C227). Besides an abstract the fulltext is available as PDF (24 pages, 1,3 MB).
Hrsg.: C.F. Ferraris, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1995

Influence of cement and additions on the quantity of alkalis available for an alkali-silica reaction
[12 pages, 1.1 MB, PDF]
Hrsg.: Elke Schäfer, Birgit Meng

Influence of Silica Fume on the Stresses Generated by Alkali-Silica Reaction
Determination of the influence of the addition of silica fume as a cement replacement on the stresses generated by the specimen. Besides an abstract the fulltext is available as PDF (7 pages, 3.0 MB).
Hrsg.: Ferraris et al, in: Cement, Concrete, and Aggregates, Vol. 22, No. 1, 73-78, June 2000

Stress Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction in Mortars
A new test method and test apparatus is presented. It does not measure the length change but measures the stress generated by the swelling of the gel. The force required to prevent expansion is measured over time while the specimen and frame are immersed in a solution of 1-N NaOH at 50°C. With some test results.
Hrsg.: Ferraris et al, Building and Fire Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1997

Cement and concrete compositions for controlling alkali-silica reaction in concrete
Processes for making cement which when used to make concrete can stabilize the concrete against alkali-silica reactivity (ASR) from alkali containing components. The process includes adding lithium containing materials in the front of a cement kiln along with the cement starting materials in an amount sufficient to minimize ASR.
Hrsg.: Stokes et al (FMC Corporation, Bessemer City, NC), 2000, US6022408


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