Browsing Civil Engineering Faculty Research and Publications by Author "Schindler, Anton K."

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  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2009)
    Bridge deck temperature changes in the first few days after placement due to the concrete heat of hydration and changes in ambient conditions have long been identified as a significant contributor to early-age cracking. ...
  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2006)
    Over the years, many different simplified prediction methods have been developed to predict the temperature development within mass concrete members. This paper compares calculated temperature values from three commonly-used ...
  • Poole, Jonathan L.; Riding, Kyle A.; Folliard, Kevin J.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Schindler, Anton K. (2007)
    The accurate prediction of thermal gradients in concrete calls for models that characterize the temperature sensitivity of the hydration of cementitious materials. The most common method used for this purpose is the ...
  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Folliard, Kevin J.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Schindler, Anton K. (2012)
    Concrete performance, including strength, susceptibility to delayed ettringite formation, and residual stress development are dependent on early-age temperature development. Concrete temperature prediction during hydration ...
  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2008)
    The mechanisms that contribute to early-age cracking are complex. Determining the relative importance of each mechanism as well as the combined cracking potential for a given concrete material is essential for the ...
  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2008)
    A simplified method of measuring concrete resistivity, as an index of permeability, has been developed that is similar to ASTM C1202 or the rapid chloride permeability test (RCPT). It is significantly faster and easier ...
  • Riding, Kyle A.; Poole, Jonathan L.; Schindler, Anton K.; Juenger, Maria C. G.; Folliard, Kevin J. (2007)
    The temperature development of mass concrete elements is strongly dependent on constituent materials and mixture proportions, as well as the formwork type, geometry, and environmental conditions. This paper presents a ...