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ACI Online Learning and Presentations

On-Demand courses about lowering carbon emissions are available through ACI University. Free online recorded or Powerpoint presentations from ACI Conventions and other industry events are also available.

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Selected Articles and Reports

ACI Recorded Presentations

PCA's Roadmap to Carbon Neutrality

Groundbreaking Technologies: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Strategies for Reducing CO2 Emissions at Cement Plants

Blended Cements: Achieving Sustainability and Durability in Concrete Pavements

Decreasing the Clinker Component in Cementing Materials

Identifying Compositional Factors of Fly Ash Reactivity in Geopolymer Cements

Reactivity Analysis of High Calcium Fly Ash as Raw Material for Non-Traditional, Fly Ash-Based Binders

Recycled Concrete Aggregates for Improved Sustainability of Reinforced Concrete Structures

Reducing Clinker Content and Carbon Footprint of Concrete Using SCMs, Limestone Cement, and Optimized Aggregate Gradations

Concrete Construction Practices that Meet Current Development Needs Without Compromising the Future

Demonstrating Resilient and Sustainable Concrete Benefits with Slag Cement

Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of Cement Pastes with Rice Husk Ash Coated with Carbon Nanofibers Using a Natural Polymer Binder

Embodied Carbon and the Concrete Industry: What you need to know

Low-Carbon Cement and Concrete Demand and Legislation

Emphasizing Technologies for Low-Carbon Lean-Construction (TLC2) (An Indian Perspective)

Design and Performance of Low-Powder Self-Consolidating Concrete: Eco-SCC

Carbon Reduction Strategies for Concrete Airfield Pavements

Colloidal Nano-silica for Low Carbon Self-healing Cementitious Materials

Improving Sustainability of Ultra-High Performance Concrete

Machine Learning-Based Mix Design Tools to Minimize Carbon Footprint and Cost of UHPC

Mechanical, Microstructural, and Durability Characterization of Fly Ash/Slag-Based Geopolymer with Limited OPC and Different Alkaline Activator Ratios

State-of-the Art on Development of Concrete and Related Technology to Offset Carbon Emission in Japan

A Concrete Contractor's Perspective on Lower Carbon Concrete and Constructability

Accelerating Sustainability with Cement and Cementitious Materials

An Experimental Study on Concrete Incorporating Wood Ash as Cement and Fine Aggregate Replacement

Field Application of Cement-free Geopolymer Concrete using Fly Ash, Slag, or Red Mud with Optimized Cost and Performances

Is the Code Ready for Net Zero, or is it a Zero?

Lower Carbon Specifications

Newly Synthesized Nanotube Hybrids for Sustainable and Multifunctional Coal Ash Based Concrete

The Top 10 Ways to Reduce Concrete's Carbon Footprint

When Carbon Reduction and Constructability Clash—Who is Responsible for the Fallout?

A Systems Approach for Ensuring Carbon Neutral Constructions and Improving Construction Productivity

Achieving Low-Carbon Concrete with High Mechanical Properties using Nano-CaCO3 Suspension Produced by CO2 Sequestration

Bio-Inspired 3DCP with Low-Carbon Footprint

Carbonization of Cementitious Materials with the Addition of Nano-silica: Micro-Structure Study and Carbon Neutrality Analysis

Carbon-Negative Concrete with Enhanced Resiliency and Ductility using Sustainable Carbon-Based Agricultural Byproducts and Nanomaterials

CO2 as a Performance Enhancing Admixture in Ready Mixed Concrete

Concrete Pavements Sustainability

Data-Driven Tools to Enhance the Use of Calcium Sulfoaluminate Cements in Carbon-efficient Construction Infrastructure

Design and Discovery of Sustainable Cementitious Binders via Machine Learning Trained from a Low-Volume Database

Innovative use of Nanotechnology for Sustainable UHPC

Life Cycle Assessment in Concrete Mix Design: Lessons from the Eco Concrete Competition

Lowering Carbon Footprint of Concrete Construction Using Fiber Reinforcement Technology

Sustainable Ultra High-Performance Geopolymer Composite

The Role of Graphene-Based Nanomaterials for Enhancing CO2 Uptake and Mineralization in Engineered Concrete

Use of Nano-Particle Containing Admixtures for Concrete with Lower Carbon Footprint

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