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1. Surface and Uniaxial Electrical Measurements on Layered Cementitious Composites having Cylindrical and Prismatic Geometries
Robert Spragg, Scott Z Jones, Kenneth Alan Snyder, Dale P Bentz, Chiara Villani, Jason Weiss
Electrical measurements are becoming a common method to assess the transport properties of concrete. For a saturated homogenous system, the surface resistance and the uniaxial resistance measurements provide equivalent measures of resistivity once g ...
2. Hydrated Phases in Blended Cement Systems and Synthetic Saltstone Grouts
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Kenneth Alan Snyder, Paul E Stutzman
A blended binder system (10 % portland cement, 45 % fly ash, and 45 % slag) is characterized as part of a broader study of its long-term effectiveness in stabilizing treated salt waste at the Savannah River Site. The binder system is reproduced in t ...
3. Development of a Reference Material for the Calibration of Cement Paste Rheometers
Chiara F Ferraris, Paul E Stutzman, Zhuguo Li, Min-Hong Zhang
Rheometers are usually calibrated using a standard reference oil. On the other hand the calibration of rheometer for paste or concrete cannot be calibrated using an oil as it is a Newtonian fluid, while the rheometers are designed to measure non-Newt ...
4. Contact resistance of low-temperature carbon nanotube vertical interconnects
Ann Chiaramonti Chiaramonti Debay, Sten Vollebregt, R. Ishihara, Hugo Schellevis, Kees Beenakker
In this work the electrical contact resistance and length dependant resistance of vertically aligned carbon nano- tubes (CNT) grown at 500 °C with high tube density (1011) are investigated by measuring samples with different CNT lengths. From scannin ...