Cement Manufacturing, Concrete & construction

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Jayant D. Bapat: B.Tech., M.E., Ph.D. (IIT, Delhi). Stationed at Pune (Maharashtra, India), he currently works as Adviser and Development Professional for cement manufacturing, concrete, construction. He is a TUV certified CDM Expert in Energy and Environment for Cement Sector. Fellow of Institution of Engineers (FIE), India.

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Please visit the Profile page for further details on his qualification and experience.

He is also an arbitrator and a domain expert on the subject and a Fellow of Indian Council of Arbitration (FICA). The details about his arbitration services may be seen at the Arbitration - Profile Page

List of some assignments successfully completed by him is given in the following Table.

Author: Jayant D Bapat: CRC Press Book: "Mineral Admixtures in Cement and Concrete".

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Written to meet the requirements of engineers working in construction and concrete manufacturing, Mineral Admixtures in Cement and Concrete focuses on how to make more workable and durable concrete using mineral admixtures. In particular, it covers pulverized fuel ash (PFA), blast furnace slag (BFS), silica fume (SF), rice husk ash (RHA), and metakaolin (MK), as well as some new admixtures currently under investigation.

For more details about the book, including the Table of Contents, visit Page - My Book on Mineral Admixtures

Book Features

  • Shows how to design workable and durable concrete using mineral admixtures

  • Examines innovative admixtures such as biomass ash and rice husk ash

  • Provides an understanding of concrete durability and mitigating deterioration

  • Explains the effect of mineral admixtures on the development of strength-giving chemical phases

  • Discusses materials, chemical, and hydration aspects that are relevant for civil engineers, without going into complex aspects of chemistry

  • Addresses toxicity and occupational health aspects where relevant