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Videos and Webinars

Slag cement is used in durable concrete construction throughout the United States. This collection of videos is here to help answer any questions that may arise with slag cement use and to highlight outstanding projects that have used slag cement. Use the quick links below to navigate the different types of slag cement videos.

 

The ideas expressed in the videos here are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SCA or its committees.

 

As with all concrete mixtures, trial batches should be performed to verify concrete properties. Results may vary due to a variety of circumstances, including temperature and mixture components, among other things. You should consult your slag cement professional for assistance. Nothing contained herein shall be considered or construed as a warranty or guarantee, either expressed or implied, including any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.

Award Winning Case Studies

2020 Slag Cement Project of the Year Award Winners

2019 Slag Cement Project of the Year Award Winners

2018 Slag Cement Project of the Year Award Winners

2017 Slag Cement Project of the Year Award Winners

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Upcoming Webinars 

Information on SCA's upcoming webinar schedule will be available soon.

Past Webinars 

Slag Cement’s Role in Sustainable Low-Carbon Concrete

Speaker: Shawn Kalyn, B.Eng LEED AP BD+C, St Marys Cement

Sponsors: St Marys Cement and ACI Greater Michigan Chapter

Low-Calcium Slag Cement: A Potential Solution to Promote Circular Economy in the Management of Copper Mine Tailings

Speaker: Arash Nikvar-Hassani, PhD, 2022 SCA Research Winner

Insight into Chloride-Induced Corrosion in Cement Pastes Containing Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag; The Effect of pH Reduction on Chloride Binding and Desorption Capacity of Cement Pastes

Speaker: Mohammad Teymouri, 2022 SCA Research Winner

The Role of Slag Cement in Creating Sulfate Resistant Concrete

Speaker: Keith Maddrey, Argos USA

An Introduction to the SCA Lifecycle Assessment Calculator

Speakers: Shawn Kalyn, B.Eng LEED AP BD+C, Technical Services and Sustainability Engineer for Votorantim Cimentos St Marys Cement

Improving Concrete by using Slag Cement

Speakers: Jay Whitt, Heidelberg Materials; Webinar starts at minute 3:30

Performance of Slag Cement with Portland Limestone Cement in Concrete

Speakers: Professor Doug Hooton, University of Toronto; Professor Jason Weiss, Oregon State University

Avoiding Scaling in Concrete with Slag Cement

Speakers: Henry Prenger, LafargeHolcim

Geotechnical Applications with Slag Cement

Speakers: Gordon McLellan, Lehigh Hanson

2020 Slag Cement Project of the Year Awards Ceremony

Speaker: Drew Burns, Slag Cement Association

Sustainability of Concrete in the Pacific Northwest

Speaker: Hilary Chaimov, Oregon State University

Improving Concrete Performance with Slag Cement

Speaker: Professor Doug Hooton, University of Toronto

Demonstrating Resilient Results with Slag Cement

Speaker: Shawn Kalyn, St. Marys Cement

This webinar discusses the role of slag cement in creating carbon friendly and sustainable concrete. An overview of Environmental Product Declarations, Life Cycle Assessment tools and LEED credits associated with slag cement use are discussed.

Evaluation of Ultra-High Performance Concrete Mix Designs for Use in Bridge Connections and Repair

Speaker: Trevor Looney, University of Oklahoma

Mitigating Alkali Silica Reaction in Concrete with Slag Cement

Speakers: Keith Maddrey and Clayton McCabe, Argos USA

Any statements, representations or other content contained in the material(s) above, including any digital or video presentations, are solely those of the speaker, and not of the Slag Cement Association (“SCA”). As such, I agree that I shall not seek to hold the SCA responsible in any way for the content or material(s) I seek to access, including, but not limited to, any claims in law or equity, such as breach of warranty, product liability, breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, or any other cause of action, whether seeking any form of damages or equitable relief, and hereby release any and all such claims.

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