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American Ceramic Society Bulletin

June/July 2018 – Vol. 97 No. 5
  • Extreme durability in ancient Roman concretes

  • Annual student section

PLUS…

  • Growth in cementitious materials market

  • Ceramics Expo 2018 recap


Features

Extreme durability in ancient Roman concretes

22

Marie D. Jackson, John P. Oleson, Juhyuk Moon, Yi Zhang, Heng Chen, and Magnus T. Gudmundsson

By revealing the secrets hidden within ancient Roman structures, cementitious materials science is opening new opportunities to develop concrete formulations with improved durability and service life to aid ailing infrastructures and address materials encapsulation needs.

 

ACerS Bulletin annual student section

29

Student–written articles showcase the diversity and impact of research from students around the world.


Ceramics Expo 2018 recap

42

Ceramics Expo 2018 proves to be successful blend of learning, networking, and sales leads.


Meetings

Clay 2018

37

Cements 2018

38

MCARE 2018

39

MS&T18

40

Departments

News & Trends

3

ACerS spotlight

9

Ceramics in Manufacturing

15

Research Briefs

17

Ceramics in Biomedicine

20

Columns

Business and Market View

8

Tanmay Joshi

Global market for supplementary cementitious materials expected to exceed $103 billion by 2020.


Resources

New products

44

Classified Advertising

45

Display Ad Index

47

Calendar

48

Electronic Version

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