Default: Cement and Concrete Research

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Cement and Concrete Research is a journal indexed in SJR in Materials Science (miscellaneous) and Building and Construction with an H index of 262. It has an SJR impact factor of 5,294 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 5,294.

Cement and Concrete Research focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: cements, concrete, modelling, geological, grc, gypsum, gyrolite, induced, interface, internal, ...

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Aims and Scope

cements, concrete, modelling, geological, grc, gypsum, gyrolite, induced, interface, internal, investigation, matrix, formation, modified, multitechnique, nanoporosity, pasteinfluence, opportunities, oxidesa, adhesives, additive, challengescorrosion, alkaliearth, aluminous, based, bfspc, calcium, carbonation, cement, cementthermodynamic, aged, chemicals, conditions, corrosion, designs, disposal, existing, facadesmicrostructure,

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A study of intergrinding and separate grinding of blast furnace slag cement

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Evaluation of concrete permeability by critical voltage

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Statistics and size effect in cementitious materials

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Immobilization of caesium-loaded ion exchange resins in zeolite-cement blends

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Study of shear fracture in mortar specimens

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Investigation on the formation of ettringite in the presence of BaO

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Fracture behavior of hardened cement paste incorporating mineral additions

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Effect of components fineness on strength of blast furnace slag cement

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"Chemical effects on cement mortar of calcium magnesium acetate as a deicing agent"

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"Mechanism in hardened cement pastes with hard-burnt free lime" by Den Min, Hong Dungwen, Lan Xianghui and Tang Mingshu

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Effect of chemical composition of clinker on grinding energy requirement

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Delayed behaviour of concrete: Influence of additions and aggregate characteristics in relation to moisture variations

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Silica fume-basic blast furnace slag systems activated by an alkali silica fume activator

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Formation of belite clusters from quartz grains in portland cement clinker

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Stress analysis of expansive reactions in concrete

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Studies on the Stability of the Calcium Sulfoaluminate Hydrates, Part III: The Monophases

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A discussion of the paper "A study of the hydration and setting behaviour of OPC-HAC pastes"

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A discussion of the paper "Delayed ettringite formation in heat-cured Portland cement mortars" by R. Yang, C.D. Lawrence, C.J. Lynsdale and J.H. Sharp

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A discussion of the paper "determination and quantification of total chromium and water soluble chromium contents in commercial cements"

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Microstructural alterations in fly ash mortars: Study on phenomena affecting particle and pore size

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A discussion of the paper "influence of the mineralogical composition, specific surface area and strains - Crystallite size of alite on the compressive mechanical strength of portland mortars. I. Clinkers of low tricalcium aluminate contents"

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A discussion of the paper "The alkali-silica reaction. The surface charge density of silica and its effect on expansive pressure" by F.A. Rodrigues, P.J.M. Monteiro, G. Sposito

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A discussion of the papers "Concentration dependence of diffusion and migration of chloride ions. Part I and 2" by Luping Tang

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