8th Scientific-Technical Conference on Material Problems in Civil Engineering

DAY 1   25 June 2018,  Monday

10:00 - 11:00    Registration  -  "Kotłownia" Conference Hall

11:00 - 11:30    Conference opening ceremony

11:30 - 12:00     Plenary Session

Key note paper

On site deployment of 3D printing for the building construction – The case of YhnovaTM

P. Poullain, E.Paquet, S. Garnier and B. Furet

12.00 - 12:45     Session I: New generation concretes

12:00 - 12:15     Evaluation of suitability for 3D printing of high performance concretes

M. Kaszyńska, M. Hoffmann, S. Skibicki, A. Zieliński, M. Techman, N. Olczyk and T. Wróblewski

12:15 - 12:30    Influence of the w/c ratio and aggregate composition on the autogenous shrinkage in self-consolidating concrete

A.Zieliński and M. Kaszyńska

12:30 - 12:45    Low cement content SCC (Eco-SCC) – the alternative for ready-mix traditional concrete

M. Urban

12.45 - 14:30    Sesion II: Modeling of concrete behavior and test methods

12:45 - 13:00    Influence of tensile cracking and of aggregate size on concrete permeability

M. Choinska, H. Al-Khazraji, N. Benkemoun and A. Khelidj

13:00 - 13:15    Application of the nanoindentation method in assessing of properties of cement composites modified with silica-magnetite nanostructures

E. Horszczaruk,  Jedrzejewski , J. Baranowska and E. Mijowska

13:15 - 13:30    Failure mode in shear of steel fiber reinforced concrete beams

J. Krassowska and M. Kosior-Kazberuk

13:30 - 13:45    Concrete propensity to fire spalling: testing and observations

I. Hager, K. Mróz, and T. Tracz

13:45 - 14:00    High frequency impulse ground penetrating radar application in assessment of interlayer connections

J. Sudyka, L. Krysiński, A. Zofka, M. Pszczoła and P. Jaskuła

14:00 - 14:15     Assessment of the compressive strength of lime mortar in the joints of brick walls - case study

D. Łątka and P. Matysek   

14:30 - 15:30     Lunch "GIL" Gallery

15:30 - 17:00    Session III:  Waste products as components of sustainable building materials

15:30 - 15:45    Towards the utilization of waste glass powder in sustainable cement based overlays

Ł. Sadowski

15:45 - 16:00    Assessing the Performance of Concrete Containing Recycled Glass on Tensile Splitting Strength and Resistance to Alkali Silica Reaction

Ch.-H. Ho, A. Almonnieay, K. Kyaw and P.M.S. Maung

16:00 - 16:15    Chemical testing of post-process ashes from municipal waste combustion

T. Stryszewska and M. Dudek

16:15 - 16:30    Physical properties of post-process fly ash from TWTP Krakow

A. Nowak-Michta and B. Kabat

16:30 - 16:45    Influence of cement substitution by calcareous fly ash on the mechanical properties of polymer-cement composites

B. Jaworska, P. Łukowski and J. Jaworski

17:00 - 17:15    Coffee break

17:15 - 17:30    Lightweight concrete with copper slag waste as sand substitution

R. Jaskulski and W. Kubissa

17:30 - 17:45    Application of ceramic dust as a modifier reducing the extent of rheological deformations in airfield pavement concrete

M. Linek

17:45 - 18:00    Assessment of preliminary suitability of Fe- and Cr-rich waste material for the production of building ceramics

E. Kłosek-Wawrzyn and P. Murzyn

Directly after the Session III: "Ice-breaking evening" – CUT Campus, Warszawska St. 24


DAY 2   23 June 2015,  Tuesday

 9:00- 11:00    Session IV: Mineral additives and organic admixtures  – part 1

Chairpersons: Miroslav Komljenovic, Izabela Hager

9:00-9:10      The influence of limestone and Al2O3 content in the slag on the performance of the composite cements - Sylwia Kucharczyk, Maciej Zajac, Jan Deja

9:10-9:20      Mechanical properties of concrete mortar based on mixture of CRT glass cullet and fluidized fly ash - Paweł Walczak, Jan Małolepszy, Manuela Reben, Karol Rzepa

9:20-9:30      Development of microstructure of the fly ash aerated concrete in time - Rostislav Drochytka, Ester Helanová

9:30-9:40      The effect of lime and cellulose ether on selected properties of plastering mortar - Edyta Spychał

9:40-9:50    Anhydrite and gypsum compositions modified with ultrafine man-made admixtures - Grigory Yakovlev, Irina Polyanskikh, Galina Fedorova, Anastasiia Gordina, Aleksandr Buryanov

9:50-10:00    The influence of chosen factors on rheological properties of cement paste - Alina Kaleta, Stefania Grzeszczyk

10:00-10:10   Stability of air-content in the case of innovative air-entraining Portland multicomponent cement - Beata Łaźniewska-Piekarczyk, Janusz Szwabowski

10:10-10:20   The influence of the chemical structure of polycarboxylic superplasticizers on their effectiveness in cement pastes - Elżbieta Janowska-Renkas

10:20-10:30   Effect of chalcedony dust on ASR in mortars of reactive aggregate - Zdzisława Owsiak, Agnieszka Mazur

The influence of low-hard dispersed additives on impact strength of concrete - Alexey Kharitonov, Marina Korobkova, Olga Smirnova

The influence of lithium carbonate on phase composition of calcium aluminate cement paste - Małgorzata Niziurska, Jan Małolepszy, Grzegorz Malata


11:00 - 11:30     Coffee break

11:30-13:00    Session V: Mineral additives and organic admixtures – part 2

Chairpersons: Hans-Carsten Kühne, Mariusz Jaśniok

11:30-11:40    Sulphate attack resistance of cement with zeolite additive - Jan Małolepszy, Ewelina Grabowska

11:40-11:50    The effect of dolomite additive on cement hydration - Miłosz Szybilski, Wiesława Nocuń-Wczelik

11:50-12:00    The influence of gaize addition on sulphate corrosion of CEM II/A and CEM II/B cements - Jan Małolepszy, Piotr Stępień

12:00-12:10    Properties of cement mortars modified with ceramic waste fillers - Wioletta Jackiewicz-Rek, Kamil Załęgowski, Andrzej Garbacz, Benoit Bissonnette

12:10-12:20  The properties of cement pastes and mortars processed with some heavy metal nitrates containing solutions - Wiesława Nocuń-Wczelik, Barbara Trybalska, Sylwia Dziub

12:20-12:30  The effect of nanosilica and titanium dioxide on the mechanical and self-cleaning properties of waste-glass cement mortar - Paweł Sikora, Elżbieta Horszczaruk, Teresa Rucińska

* The influence of methylcellulose on the hydration process of C3S, C3A and mixture of these phases - Paweł Pichniarczyk

* Assessment of mortar shrinkage in aspect of organic and inorganic modifiers use - Małgorzata Lenart


13:00 - 14:00     Lunch "GIL" Gallery    

14:00 - 16:00 VI Session: Durability and environmental impact

Chairpersons: Maria Kaszyńska, Ulrich Diederichs

14:00-14:10    Basic characteristics of concrete durability as the criteria for curing classes selection according to EN 13670:2009 - Katarzyna Łaskawiec, Małgorzata Piotrowicz, Piotr Romanowski, Piotr Woyciechowski

14:10-14:20    Durability of mortars containing ground granulated blast-furnace slag in acid and sulphate environment - Paweł Łukowski, Ali Salih

14:20-14:30    The effect of exposition conditions on the durability of cement concrete with dolomite aggregate sourced near Kraków, Poland - Dominika Dębska

14:30-14:40    Durability of air entrained cement mortars under combined sulphate and freeze-thaw attack - Wojciech Piasta, Julia Marczewska, Monika Jaworska

14:40-14:50    Air pollution as an important factor in construction materials deterioration in Slovak Republic - Martina Ivaskova, Peter Kotes, Miroslav Brodnan

14:50-15:00    Effect of microstructure on frost durability of rock in the context of diagnostic needs - Zbigniew Rusin, Przemysław Świercz, Zdzisława Owsiak

15:00-15:10    Studies on the effect of a limited polarization range of reinforcement on impedance spectra shapes of steel in concrete - Mariusz Jaśniok

15:10-15:20    Influence of rapid changes of moisture content in concrete and temperature on corrosion rate of reinforcing steel - Tomasz Jaśniok, Mariusz Jaśniok

15:20-15:30    Influence of salting mineral materials on the development of fungi - Elżbieta Stanaszek-Tomal, Teresa Stryszewska

* Fire resistance increase of structural steel through the modification of its chemical composition - Mariusz Maślak, Ryszard Skiba

* Effect of the fibre geometry on the flexural properties of reinforced steel fibre refractory concrete - Abdelaziz Meddah, Larbi Belagraa, Miloud Beddar


16:00 - 16:30   Coffee break

16.30 - 18:00    Session VII: Ecological, historical and economical aspects of building materials

Chairpersons:  Paweł Łukowski, Tomasz Kisilewicz

16:30-16:40    Solidification of hazardous waste with the aim of material utilization of solidification products - Jakub Hodul, Božena Dohnálková, Rostislav Drochytka

16:40-16:50   Research methods adopted for evaluation of the condition of the building materials used in construction of the masonry structures on the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oświęcim - Teresa Stryszewska, Stanisław Kańka, Agnieszka Żydzik-Białek

16:50-17:00    Water tower materials experimental investigations and technical condition assessment after 55 years of exploitation - Marcin Dyba, Łukasz Ślaga

17:00-17:10    Development of grout for additional seal embankment dams - Magdaléna Kociánová, Vít Černý, Rostislav Drochytka

17:10-17:20    Analysis of rheological phenomena in reinforced concrete cross- section of Rędziński Bridge pylon based on in situ measurements - Łukasz Bednarski, Rafał Sieńko, Tomasz Howiacki

17:20-17:30    Applications of aluminium and concrete composite structures - Maciej Szumigała, Łukasz Polus

* Methodology of cost parameter estimation for modern methods of construction based on wood - Mária Kozlovská, Zuzana Struková, Pavol Kaleja


18:00-19:00    Plenary meeting of the Scientific Committee

19:30 Conference Dinner "Kawaleria" Restaurant Gołębia St. 4

Please confirm your attendance to the Dinner at the conference desk at your arrival SVP    



DAY 3    24 June 2015, Wednesday

9:00-11:00 Session VIII: Polymers and asphalts – properties, modification, behaviour – part 1

Chairpersons:  Rostislav Drochytka, Lucyna Domagała

9:00-9:10     The evaluation of SMA mixture properties with the surface-active agent in WMA technology - Grzegorz Mazurek, Karol Nowakowski

9:10-9:20      The impact of one-, two- and three-component hydraulic road binder on the properties of the hydraulically bound mixture - Przemysław Buczyński, Maciej Lech

9:20-9:30      Determination of tensile properties of selected building sealants in combination with High-pressure Compact Laminate (HPL) - Pavel Liška, Barbora Nečasová, Jiří Šlanhof, Martina Šimáčková

9:30-9:40      The examination of the Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer composite rods in terms of the application for concrete reinforcement - Bogusław Jarek, Aleksandra Kubik

9:40-9:50      Determination of adhesion of silyl modified polymer adhesives to wooden façade cladding – case study - Barbora Nečasová, Barbora Kovářová, Pavel Liška, Jiří Šlanhof

9:50-10:00    Multivariate optimization of recycled road base cold mixtures with foamed bitumen - Anna Chomicz-Kowalska, Krzysztof Maciejewski

10:00-10:10  Resistance to permanent deformation of asphalt concrete with F-T wax modified foamed bitumen - Justyna Mrugała, Mateusz M. Iwański

10:10-10:20  Stress redistribution in concrete floor on ground due to application of polymer flexible joint to fill expansion joint - Łukasz Zdanowicz, Paweł Kisiel, Arkadiusz Kwiecień

10:20-10:30  Flexural behaviour of full-scale basalt FRP RC beams – experimental and numerical studies - Dawid Pawłowski, Maciej Szumigała


11:00 - 11:30    Coffee break    

11:30- 13:00 Session IX: Polymers and asphalts – properties, modification, behaviour – part 2

Chairpersons: Andrzej Garbacz

11:30-11:40    Comparison of elastomer modelling in various FEM packages - Anna Perduta, Roman Putanowicz

11:40-11:50    Opportunities and risks arising from the properties of FRP materials used for structural strengthening - Wit Derkowski

11:50-12:00    Experimental determination of the elastic-viscous characteristics of elastic ropes - Peter Pavlov, Daniel Evlogiev

12:00-12:10    Multi-criteria assessment of an acrylic coating exposed to natural and artificial weathering - Aleksander Kozak

12:10-12:20    The stiffness and bearing capacity of Polymer Flexible Joint under shear load - Paweł Kisiel

* The effect of nanosilica on the mechanical properties of polymer- cement composites (PCC) - Paweł Sikora, Paweł Łukowski, Krzysztof Cendrowski, Elżbieta Horszczaruk, Ewa Mijowska


13:00- 14:30 X Session: Energy-efficient buildings - material issues

Chairpersons:  Mariusz Maślak, Tomasz Tracz

13:00-13:10    Performance of building materials and whole enclosures in non-stationary thermal conditions - Tomasz Kisilewicz

13:20-13:30    Experimental thermal performance analysis of building components containing phase change material (PCM) - Anna Zastawna-Rumin, Katarzyna Nowak

13:30-13:40    Influence of the balcony glazing construction on thermal comfort of apartments in retrofitted large panel buildings - Katarzyna Nowak-Dzieszko, Małgorzata Rojewska-Warchał

13:40-13:50    The effect of temperature and humidity on the permanence of external thermal insulation composite systems - Eneli Liisma, Gert Lõhmus, Lembi-Merike Raado

* Features of materials versus thermal comfort in a passive building - Anna Dudzińska, Anna Kotowicz


Plenary closing session

Chairpersons: Lech Czarnecki, Tomasz Tracz, Izabela Hager

15:00      Lunch "GIL" Gallery


* The paper is not presented during the conference.