Arthur Harrisson

Arthur has been a regular, long-term contributor to International Cement Review. He trained as a geologist and worked in bulk minerals assessment for the British Geological Survey before being involved in cement technology, which has now been his occupation for over 30 years. As well as working for several major cement producers he has also worked as materials engineer, specifying concrete mixes and providing expertise for major projects such as Heathrow Express, the Hong Kong airport development and the Storebaelt Link. He now operates as a consultant offering technical training and practical problem solving as well as microscopic analysis from his facility in North Wales, UK.

Recent Articles

Belite: effects of cooling rate

Accelerated carbonation of concrete to sequester CO2

Maintaining quality with emission limits

Influencers of strength

Effects of recirculation cells in cement kilns

Belite size distribution

Alkali-activated materials

Fly ash and pozzolanas

Process, mineralogy and cement quality

Magnesia in clinker