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Author Ramezanianpour, Ali Akbar, author

Title Cement replacement materials : properties, durability, sustainability / Ali Akbar Ramezanianpour
Published Heidelberg : Springer, [2013?]
©2014
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 336 pages) : illustrations
Series Springer Geochemistry/Mineralogy, 2194-3176
Springer geochemistry/mineralogy. 2194-3176
Contents Dedicated Smart Software System for Mobile X-ray / Chang Won Jeong, et al. -- Real-time Intuitive Terrain Modeling by Mapping Video Images onto a Texture Database / Wei Song, et al. -- The RIP for Random Matrices with Complex Gaussian Entries / Kuo Xu, et al. -- Evolving Mobile App Recommender Systems: An Incremental Multi-objective Approach / Xiao Xia, et al. -- Projects Proposals Ranking / Sylvia Encheva -- A Stereo Micro Image Fusion Algorithm Based on Expectation-Maximization Technique / Cuixia Bai, et al. -- Moldable Job Scheduling for HPC as a Service / Kuo-Chan Huang, et al. -- MapReduce Example with HBase for Association Rule / Jongwook Woo, Kilhung Lee -- Service Level Agreement Renegotiation Framework for Trusted Cloud-based System / Ahmad Fadzil M Hani, et al. -- A cross-IdP single sign-on method in SAML-based architecture / Tzu-I Yang, et al. -- Live Virtual Machine Migration with Optimized Three-Stage Memory Copy / Feiran Yin, et al. -- Performances of New Chaotic Interleaver Design in OFDM-IDMA System / Brahim AKBIL, Driss ABOUTAJDINE -- Application of an artificial intelligence method for diagnosing acute appendicitis: The support vector machine / Sung Yun Park, et al
Summary The aim of this book is to present the latest findings in the properties and application of Supplementary Cementing Materials and blended cements currently used in the world in concrete. Sustainability is an important issue all over the world. Carbon dioxide emission has been a serious problem in the world due to the greenhouse effect. Today many countries agreed to reduce the emission of CO2. Many phases of cement and concrete technology can affect sustainability. Cement and concrete industry is responsible for the production of 7% carbon dioxide of the total world CO2 emission. The use of supplementary cementing materials (SCM), design of concrete mixtures with optimum content of cement and enhancement of concrete durability are the main issues towards sustainability in concrete industry
Analysis Mineralogy
Building Materials
Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
Earth Sciences
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 1, 2013)
Subject Concrete -- Additives.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 3642367208
3642367216 (electronic bk.)
9783642367205
9783642367212 (electronic bk.)