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I would suggest that you go to ACI's website ( and do a
search in their ACI Journal database for articles by P. K. Mehta.  You can
do this by selecting "Publications:ACI Journals" from the side navigation
menu.  On the resulting page, select the link for the "searchable
database".  You can then search through the ACI database, which includes
CI Journals, Journal manuscripts, and ACI Special Publications (SPs).
When I did a search there 33 documents found (searched for "Mehta" under
author) and many seemed to be about durability.  Thus, it is possible that
some of those documents may help you.


Ypsilanti, MI

On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Nels Roselund, SE wrote:

> Eric and others,
> I'm looking into the relative benefits of High-Performance Concrete, as
> discussed in Edward G. Nawy's "Fundamentals of High Performance Concrete" vs
> other means, such as those proposed by Professor P. K. Mehta for
> very-long-serviceability concrete for historic preservation projects.  They
> are at odds.
> Professor Mehta co-authored an article in Concrete International, March
> 2001, in which high-early-strength, high-cement-content concrete was
> reported to lead to poor performance in meeting long-term-durability goals.
> The article discussed issues and called for a "major paradigm shift" in
> materials, proportioning and construction practice, but gave little hard
> guidance.  Is more information available on his approach to achieving
> long-term durability?
> Nels
> Nels Roselund
> Structural Engineer
> South San Gabriel, CA
> njineer(--nospam--at)

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