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Concrete In Australia : September 2013
Concrete in Australia Vol 39 No 3 25 15:00-15:30 Closing Ceremony (with Afternoon Tea and Exhibition) Friday 18 October 2013 08:00-15:30 Registration 09:00-10:30 SESSION 7A Structural Monitoring and Assessment SESSION 7B Concrete Materials and Performance SESSION 7C Structures Research and Applications 09:00-09:20 Mr Doug Jenkins 7A-1: Structural Ratchet Mechanisms, Ancient and Modern Mr W.A. Thomas 7B-1: Australian Industry Alkali Silica Reactivity Management Program Prof. Manicka Dhanasekar 7B-1: State-of-the-art of the Australian Thin Bed Concrete Structural Masonry 09:20-09:40 Dr Joe Gamman 7A-2: New Zealand's Networked Infrastructure Project: Creating an Open Demonstration Site for Smart Infrastructure Mr Peter Clarke 7B-2: Revision of Australian Standard AS 2758.1 Rock and aggregate for engineering purposes -- Part 1 Concrete Aggregates Dr Li-Tze Soh 7B-2: The Revised Capacity Reduction Factors for Unreinforced Masonry in Axial Compression in AS3700 -- 2011 Practical Methods for the Analysis of Differential Strain Effects 09:40-10:00 Mr Martin Larisch 7A-3: Performance Control Tests and Numerical Simulations for Concrete in Deep Foundations A.Prof. Yan Zhuge 7B-3: The Performance of Recycled and Quarry Aggregates and Their Effect on Permeable Concrete Mr Doug Jenkins 7B-3: Practical Methods for the Analysis of Differential Strain Effects 10:00-10:20 Mr Eva O.L. Lantsoght 7A-4: Applying Experimental Results to the Shear Assessment Method for Solid Slab Bridges Dr Dina M. Sadek 7B-4: Effect of Curing Conditions on the Behavior of Structural Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Dr Weena Lokuge 7B-4: Effect of Strain Rate on Geopolymer Concrete 10:20-10:30 10-minute Q&A 10-minute Q&A 10-minute Q&A 10:30-11:00 Morning Tea and Exhibition 11:00-12:30 SESSION 8A Fibres/FRP Research and Applications SESSION 8B Concrete Materials and Performance SESSION 8C Creep and Shrinkage 11:00-11:20 Mr Leigh D Appleyard 8A-1: Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete in Australia, 2013 Mr Mohammadreza Hassani 8B-1: Assessment of Watertight Concrete and Role of Chemical Admixtures Prof. Ian Gilbert 8C-1: Time-dependent Deflection of Continuous Composite Concrete Slabs 11:20-11:40 Mr Amin Noushini 8A-2: Effect of Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Fibre on Flexural Properties of Fibre Reinforced Concrete Dr Weena Lokuge 8B-2: Comparative Assessment of Polymer Concrete with Different Types of Resin Prof. Robert F Warner 8C-2: Simplified Analysis of Creep and Shrinkage in Prestressed Concrete Beams 11:40-12:00 Mr Abolfazl Eslami 8A-3: An Experimental Investigation on Flange Bonded Retrofitting of RC Beam-Column Joints using CFRP Dr Eva Vejmelková 8B-3: Effect of Natural Zeolite as Partial Replacement of Portland Cement on Concrete Properties Mr Alireza Gholamhoseini 8C-3: The Effects of Creep and Shrinkage on the Bond-Slip Characteristics and Strength of Composite Concrete Slabs 12:00-12:20 Mr Junlei Zhang 8A-4: Mechanisms of Bond Failure between Existing Concrete and Sprayed Polymer Cement Mortar with CFRP Grid by Acoustic Emission Dr Rabin Tuladhar 8B-4: Durability of Concrete with Stone-Dust as a Partial Cement Replacement Mr Bob Bornstein 8C-4: Laboratory Assessment of Drying Shrinkage of Concretes Containing Shrinkage Reducing Agents Compared with a New Low shrinkage Concrete 12:20-12:30 10-minute Q&A 10-minute Q&A 10-minute Q&A 12:30-13:30 Lunch and Exhibition 13:30-15:00 Plenary Session III: Keynote Speaker: Professor Surendra Shah Controlling Properties of Concrete through Nanomodification Dr Ahmad Shayan Field Application of Geopolymer Concrete: A Measure towards Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emission Mr Lucas Wise Design and Construction of the South Road Superway Delegate registration is still open Registration for Concrete 2013 is now open and can be made via the conference website www.concrete2013. com.au. ere are many categories of registration and there are discounts available to all levels of CIA membership, as well as reduced fee options available to academics, retired professionals and students. Special rates are also available for young industry professionals (under 30 years of age). Day registration is also available for delegates who are unable to attend the whole conference but who have a particular interest in certain papers or keynote speakers. Exhibitors will also have the opportunity to invite clients from the local region who are not able to attend the conference to visit and inspect their display during the conference period. Additional exhibition visitor passes can be purchased by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.