• TRB 99th Annual Meeting

      January 12–16, 2020

    • Interactive Program

2020

Annual Meeting Event Detail




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Use of Self-Consolidating Concrete in Bridge Applications

Sunday 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
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Workshop
Anton K. Schindler, Auburn University,
Kamal Khayat, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Basic Research and Emerging Technologies Related to Concrete (AFN10)
Standing Committee on Concrete Bridges (AFF30)
Standing Committee on Durability of Concrete (AFN30)
Standing Committee on Concrete Materials and Placement Techniques (AFN40)
Standing Committee on Properties of Concrete (AFN20)

Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) is a highly flowable, nonsegregating concrete that is placed without any mechanical consolidation. SCC can fill heavily congested or irregularly shaped members more easily than conventional-slump concrete while providing improved in-place quality and superior surface finish. The use of SCC also may decrease construction costs because of reduced labor requirements during construction. This workshop will cover the following SCC-related topics: 1) mixture proportioning, 2) fresh properties, 3) mechanical properties, 4) time-dependent deformations, 5) construction aspects, 6) flexural and shear behavior, 7) bond behavior, 8) prestress losses, and 9) the structural behavior of real-world elements made with SCC.



9:00 to   9:05 am: Workshop Start and Overview (Dr. Anton Schindler, Auburn University)

9:05 to   9:35 am: Introduction, Fresh Properties, and Testing of SCC (Dr. Kamal Khayat, Missouri University of Science and Technology)

9:35 to 10:05 am: Hardened Properties of SCC (Dr. George Morcous, University of Nebraska–Lincoln)

10:05 to 10:35 am: Contractor’s Perspective on Using SCC in Bridge Projects (Oscar Antommattei, Kiewit Engineering Group)

10:35 to 11:05 am: Performance of SCC in Prestressed Girder Applications (Dr. Sam Keske, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.)

11:05 to 11:35 am: SCC Implementation in Real-world DOT Projects (Dr. Celik Ozyildirim, Virginia Transportation Research Council)

11:35 to 12:00 pm: Question and Answer Session (All Speakers)



Title Presentation Number
Introduction, Fresh Properties, and Testing of Self-Consolidating Concrete
Kamal Khayat, Missouri University of Science and Technology
P20-21231
Hardened properties of Self-Consolidating Concrete
George Morcous, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
P20-21232
Contractor’s perspective on Using Self-Consolidating Concrete in Bridge Projects
Oscar Antommattei, Kiewit Engineering Group
P20-21233
Performance of Self-Consolidating Concrete in Prestressed Girder Applications
Samuel Keske, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
P20-21234
Self-Consolidating Concrete Implementation in Real-World DOT Projects
H. Celik Ozyildirim, Virginia Department of Transportation
P20-21235
Moderated Question and Answer Session
Anton Schindler, Auburn University
P20-21277