New Cement and Concrete Products - What is here now; May be in the near future; and not yet on the radar screen

  • 21 Feb 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Lakewood Country Club
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New Cement and Concrete Products - What is Here Now; May Be in the Near Future; and Not Yet on the Radar Screen

Presented By: Mark Luther - Senior Technical Service Engineer, LafargeHolcim.



About the Topic

This presentation will review the relatively recent developments for cementitious products including:

  • Portland cement with up to 5% limestone as an ingredient
  • Type IL blended cement
  • Type IT blended cement
  •  Combinations of blended-cement as a separate product

It will examine near-horizon cement and concrete products including:

  • CO2-activated cement
  • The selection of less-traditional pozzolans in blended cement
  • Very-high-strength and ultra-high-strength concrete products

It will explore the future conceptual uses of cements or concrete, such as pervious concrete wall backfill, and identify the dominant limitation of broader uses of new cementitious products.


About the Speaker

St. Louis-based Mark Luther is a Senior Technical Service Engineer for cement company LafargeHolcim. At Purdue University he earned a BS in structures in 1979 and a MS in civil-engineering materials in 1981. Mark Luther is a Fellow of the American Concrete Institute; was Missouri Chapter co-chair of the Fall 2008 Convention in St. Louis; president of the Missouri Chapter in 2006; president of the Pittsburgh-Area Chapter in 1991; chaired technical committees 233 on Slag Cement, former committee 116 on Terminology (twice); is a voting member of committee 363 (high-strength) and 233, and has been a member of at least 10 other committees. In ASTM Luther is a member of committee C.01 on cement and lime and Committee C.09 on concrete and aggregates; was the Formative Chair of Subcommittee C09.27 on slag cement; and he has been on several other subcommittees and task groups.



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