RECENT REVISIONS
(07/20/07) Useful Information and Announcements  A Tribute to Dr. Geoffrey Frohnsdorff
(01/12/07) Part I, Chapter 10, Section (7)  Some properties of irregular 3D particles
(12/14/06) Part I, Chapter 3, Section (8f)  Particle size distribution by LASER diffraction spectrometry: application to cementitious powders
(11/17/06) Part I, Chapter 3, Section (8e)  Certification of SRM 114q: Part II (Particle size distribution)
(11/17/06) Part I, Chapter 9, Section (6a)  Sulfate Resistance of Concrete: A New Approach
(11/17/06) Part I, Chapter 9, Section (6b)  Developing a More Rapid Test to Assess SulfateResistance of Hydraulic Cements
(07/10/06) Part I, Chapter 5, Section (11a)  Transient Plane Source Measurements of the Thermal Properties of Hydrating Cement Pastes
(05/17/06) Part I, Chapter 10, Section (6)  Tying Together Theory and Tests via Virtual Testing
(12/06/05) Part I, Chapter 5, Section (1e)  Capillary Porosity
Depercolation/Repercolation in Hydrating Cement Pastes via Low Temperature
Calorimetry Measurements and CEMHYD3d Modeling
(11/30/05) Part II, Chapter 2, Section 6  Combination of Transient Plane Source and Slug Calorimeter Measurements to Estimate the Thermal Properties of
Fire Resistive Materials
(11/25/05) Part I, Appendix 2  CEMHYD3D: A ThreeDimensional Cement Hydration and Microstructure Development Modeling Package. Version 3.0
(6/13/05) Part I, Chapter 5, Section 7  Modeling the linear elastic
properties of portland cement paste
(6/6/05) Part I, Chapter 10, Section 5  Threedimensional shape
analysis of coarse aggregates: methodology and preliminary results on several
different coarse aggregates and reference rocks
(5/31/05) Part I, Chapter 8, Section 3e  potential applications of
shrinkagereducing admixtures beyond drying shrinkage reduction
(5/31/05) Part I, Chapter 8, Section 5c  Materials ScienceBased
Models in Support of Internal Water Curing
(5/12/05) Part II, Chapter 1, Section 3 and Chapter 2, Section 5 
measurement and microstructurebased modeling of the thermal conductivity of
fire resistive materials
(5/4/05) Part I, Chapter 2, Section 5d  study of a dissipative particle dynamics based approach for modeling suspensions
(4/11/05) Part I, Chapter 8, Section 3d  curing, hydration, and
microstructure of cement paste
(3/18/05) Part I, Chapter 7, Section 10e  modeling ion and fluid transport in unsaturated cement systems in isothermal conditions
(3/17/05) Part I, Chapter 2, Section 4j  measurement of workability
of fresh concrete using a mixing truck
(3/8/05) Part I, Chapter 5, Section 10b  cement hydration: building bridges and dams at the microstructure level
(3/2/05) Part I, Chapter 5, Section 1c  influence of alkalis on
porosity percolation in hydrating cement pastes
(2/8/05) Part III, Chapter 2, Section 1b  user manual for finite
element and finite difference programs: a parallel version of NIST IR 6269
(2/7/05) Part I, Chapter 4, Section 10c  Modeling the influence of limestone filler on cement hydration using CEMHYD3D
(1/31/05) Part I, Chapter 4, Section 8c  determining the uncertainty
of xray absorption measurements
(1/28/05) Part II, Chapter 6, Section 7b  virtual permeametry on
microtomographic images
(1/28/05) Part I, Chapter 5, Section 9b  effects of cement PSD on porosity percolation and selfdesiccation
(01/28/05) Part I, Chapter 3, Section 8d  measurement of particle
size distribution in portland cement powder: analysis of ASTM round robin
studies
