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1.4 Definitions of High-Performance Concrete
1.5 Increasing Use of High-Performance concrete
1.6 Applications and Design Considerations
2. CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
2.1 Strategic Highway Research Program Types of High-Performance Concrete
2.2 French Definitions of High-Strength Concrete
2.3 ACI Definition of High-Strength Concrete
2.4 FIP-CEB Definition of High-Strength Concrete
2.5 Mineral Admixtures
2.6 Chemical Admixtures
2.7 Self-desiccation
2.8 Workability
2.9 Creep and Shrinkage
2.10 Modulus of Elasticity
3.1 Contributions by Powers and Brownyard
3.2 Contributions by Neville
3.3 Percolation Theory
3.5 Carbonation
3.6 Summary
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Early Years Under the National Association of Cement Users
4.3 Early Years Under the American Concrete Institute
4.4 Later Years Under the American Concrete Institute
4.5 Recent Years Under the American Concrete Institute
4.6 Summary
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Definitions of Curing
5.3 Basic Curing Requirements
5.4 Strength Considerations
5.5 Durability Considerations
5.6 Ideal Curing Conditions
5.7 Accelerated Curing
5.8 Duration of Curing
5.9 Early-Age Curing of Silica-Fume Concrete
5.10 Curing for Different Types of Construction
5.11 ACI Standard Specification on Curing Concrete (ACI 308.1-98)
5.12 Applicability of Current Requirements to High-Performance Concrete
5.13 Curing Requirements in Other Countries
5.14 Summary
6. RECENT RESEARCH ON CURING REQUIREMENTS
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Research in the United States
6.3 Research in the United Kingdom
6.4 Research in Canada
6.5 Research in France
6.6 Research in Australia
6.7 Research in Japan
6.8 Research in Norway
6.9 Research in Israel
6.10 Research in Germany
6.11 Contributions of Hilsdorf’s Group
6.12 Summary
7. CONCLUDING REMARKS AND RESEARCH NEEDS
7.2 Laboratory Techniques to Simulate In-place Curing
7.3 Efficiency of Moist Curing
7.4 Strength Development Characteristics
7.5 In-place Assessment of Curing
7.6 Development of Proposed Rational Curing Requirements
7.7 Future of High-performance Concrete
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Report on the Concrete

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