## Microstructure of Cement-Based Systems: Volume 370: Bonding and Interfaces in Cementitious MaterialsS. Diamond, F. P. Glasser, S. Mindess, L. R. Roberts, J. P. Skalny, L. D. Wakeley This book continues the MRS series on characteristics and properties of cementitious materials. In Part I, recent advances in microstructure and related characterization of cementitious systems are the focus. Topics include: microstructures of "normal" cement systems; microstructure of 'unusual' cement systems; image analysis, modelling and fractal analysis applications; and assessment of pore structures. Part II features presentations on interfacial microstructures, as well as information on elastic and fracture properties, transport properties, and the effects of interfaces on fiber-reinforced systems. |

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Dynamic moduli of elasticity ( * 10° psi ) versus age ( days ) for mortar , paste ,

and interfacial zones with assumed

silica fume . The dynamic modulus of elasticity of sand is 14x100 psi . W / C = 0 .

Dynamic moduli of elasticity ( * 10° psi ) versus age ( days ) for mortar , paste ,

and interfacial zones with assumed

**thickness**of 10 , 30 , or 50 um with / withoutsilica fume . The dynamic modulus of elasticity of sand is 14x100 psi . W / C = 0 .

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Results for the three ITZ

expected , decreasing t increases the ... by regions composed of two or more

overlapping ITZ may be greater for the systems with the smallest ITZ

Results for the three ITZ

**thicknesses**are summarized in Table I . As would beexpected , decreasing t increases the ... by regions composed of two or more

overlapping ITZ may be greater for the systems with the smallest ITZ

**thickness**.Page 461

Figure 5 shows the decrease of the theoretical strength calculated for different

located above the theoretical curve corresponding to the real

( 2 .

Figure 5 shows the decrease of the theoretical strength calculated for different

**thicknesses**of the degraded zone , with the ... The experimental values are alllocated above the theoretical curve corresponding to the real

**thickness**degraded( 2 .

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