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Dale P. Bentz

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Dale P. Bentz has built a distinguished career as a Chemical Engineer with the Inorganic Materials Group of the Materials and Structural Systems Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Hood College with a M.S. in Computer and Information Science, and Mount Saint Mary’s University with a M.A. in teaching. An expert in the field of concrete and building materials research and development, he has published 330 papers which have been cited over 6,400 times. He has made invaluable contributions to understanding the properties of cement based and fire resistive materials. Currently, his research is focused on the application of computer modeling to relate microstructure to material properties for random porous media. In addition to his position at NIST, Mr. Bentz is also a member of the American Concrete Institute and the American Society for Testing and Materials. The quality and significance of his work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the U.S. Department of Commerce Silver Medal (2009), and the Frank G. Erskine award by the Expanded Shale, Clay, and Slate Institute (2007).

 

Most Cited Thermal Conductivity Works:

Transient plane source measurements of the thermal properties of hydrating cement pastes
Materials and Structures, 40(10): 1073-1080 (2007)
D. P. Bentz
Increasing the Service Life of Bridge Decks by Incorporating Phase-Change Materials to Reduce Freeze-Thaw Cycles
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 24(8): (2012) 1034-1042
Aaron R. Sakulich and Dale P. Bentz

 

Selection of Work by Dale P. Bentz

Thermal properties of high-volume fly ash mortars and concretes
Journal of Building Physics, 34(3): 263-275 (2011)
D. P. Bentz, M. A. Peltz, A. Duran-Herrera, P. Valdez, and C. A. Juarez
Thermal Properties and Thermal Modeling of Ballistic Clay Box
National Institute of Standards and Technology Report, 7840 (2011)
D. P. Bentz, A. Forster, K. Rice, and M. Riley
Microstructure and Thermal Conductivity of Hydrated Calcium Silicate Board Materials
Journal of Building Physics, 31, 1 (2007) 55-67
C. T. Do, D. P. Bentz, and P. E. Stutzman
Numerical Simulation of Heat and Mass Transport during Hydration of Portland Cement Mortar in Semi-Adiabatic and Steam Curing Conditions.
Cement and Concrete Composites, 69: 38-48 (2016)
E. Hernandez-Bautista, D. P. Bentz, S. Sandoval-Torres, and P.F. de J. Cano-Barita
Effect of a Micro-Copolymer Addition on the Thermal Conductivity of Fly Ash Mortars.
Journal of Building Physics, 40 (1): 3-16 (2016)
A. Duran-Herrera, J. K. Campos-Dimas, P. L. Valdez-Tamez, and D. P. Bentz
Three‐Dimensional Computer Simulation of Portland Cement Hydration and Microstructure Development.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 80(1): 3 – 21 (1997)
D. P. Bentz
Percolation of phases in a three-dimensional cement paste microstructural model.
Cement and Concrete Research, 23(2-3): 325 – 344 (1991)
D. P. Bentz, and E. J. Garboczi
Protected paste volume in concrete: extension to internal curing using saturated lightweight fine aggregate.
Cement and concrete research, 29(11): 1863 – 1867 (1999)
D. P. Bentz, and K. A. Snyder
Computer simulation of the diffusivity of cement-based materials.
Journal of materials science, 27(8): 2083 – 2092 (1992)
E. J. Garboczi, and D. P. Bentz
Mixture proportioning for internal curing.
Concrete International, 27(2): 35 – 40 (2005)
D. P. Bentz, P. Lura, and J. W. Roberts
Analytical formulas for interfacial transition zone properties.
Advanced Cement Based Materials, 6(3): 99 – 108 (1997)
E. J. Garboczi, and D. P. Bentz