Concrete's Non-Combustibility shown in RMIT Fire Tests (2020)

Posted on 2/05/2023
This report summarises the outcomes of RMIT Fire Testing carried out on Concrete in 2020 (to AS 1530.1) and the attached outcomes demonstrate Concrete is non-combustible.


Use of Recycled Aggregates In Construction

Posted on 1/04/2015
This report reviews the various types of aggregates and their potential for use in concrete and/or road construction materials.


COSI Review of the Concrete Market in WA & NT

Posted on 5/10/2012
This report provides key information to the Concrete Offshore Structures Industry Committee (COSI) regarding the current and future demand for concrete in the Resources and related Infrastructure sectors in Western Australia and the Northern Territor


Chloride Resistance Of Concrete

Posted on 21/06/2009
Corrosion of steel reinforcement in concrete is the most common problem affecting the durability of reinforced concrete structures. Chloride-induced corrosion is one of the main mechanisms of deterioration affecting the long-term performance of suc


Concrete Pavement Maintenance/Repair

Posted on 1/06/2009
This report examines the repair and restoration of concrete pavements systematically by distress classification and the underlining objectives of each concrete repair and restoration technique.


Manufactured Sand Abrasion Resistance And Effect Of Manufactured Sand On Concrete Mortar

Posted on 1/11/2008
Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) through its Manufactured Sand Subcommittee commenced research in 2004 to support the specification and use of manufactured sands.


Use of Recycled Water In Concrete Production

Posted on 1/08/2007
With the current water shortage in Australia, there is a need as well as opportunities to look for alternative sources of water for use in concrete production. Water authorities are increasing the supply of recycled water as ‘greywater’ for domestic


Manufactured Sand National Test Methods And Specification Values

Posted on 20/01/2007
The reduced availability of natural sands, particularly along the east coast of Australia and the need to better utilise sand-size material generated in the aggregate crushing process has combined to encourage the development of 'Manufactured Sand'.