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Mechanical behavior of concrete

Mechanical behavior of concrete

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Published by ISTE, Wiley in London, UK, Hoboken, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete -- Analysis,
  • Concrete -- Curing

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Jean-Michel Torrenti, Jean-Marie Reynouard, Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot.
    ContributionsTorrenti, Jean-Michel., Reynouard, Jean-Marie., Pijaudier-Cabot, Gilles.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP882.3 .C6613 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23980743M
    ISBN 109781848211780
    LC Control Number2009049963
    OCLC/WorldCa490807027

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    Continuing research in the field of concrete vibration, as evidenced by the extensive literature devoted to the subject, is addressed. 18 pp. Table of Contents: Chapter 1-Introduction and scope; Chapter 2-Notation and definitions; Chapter 3-Influence of rheology on consolidation of fresh concrete; Chapter 4-Mechanisms of concrete vibrationFormat: Paperback. : Mechanical Behavior of Materials () by Thomas H. Courtney and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(44).

    Mechanical Strength of Concrete 3D Printing. There is an entire chapter devoted to the mechanical behavior of concrete materials, which, as I explained above, are critical to the success of any concrete construction project. In particular, the author explores how strength is changed by different methods of 3D printing, in a way that is. Mechanical behavior of concrete block masonry - Influence of vertical joint Gihad Mohamad1, Paulo Brandão Lourenço2 and Humberto Ramos Roman3 Abstract The main objective of this study is to verify, through compression tests on different prisms, the vertical and horizontal deformability and the failure modes of the components of concreteFile Size: KB.


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About this book This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well as modeling techniques and its response to various stimuli.

Home / Engineering & Materials Science / Mechanical Engineering / Failure Fracture Mechanical Behavior of Concrete Jean-Michel Torrenti (Editor), Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot (Editor Emeritus), Jean.

Jean-Michel Torrenti is the R & D director of the Materials and Structures Department of IFSTTAR and a Professor at Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees. His research concerns the mechanics of concrete and its coupling with durability aspects, and has been applied to modeling the behavior of structures such as bridges, nuclear power plants and nuclear waste : Hardcover.

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Description. This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well as modeling techniques and its response to various stimuli.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Test techniques and experimental characterization / Nicolas Burlion --Modeling the macroscopic behavior of concrete / Jean-Marie Reynouard [and others] --Failure and size effect of structural concrete / Gilles Pijaudier-Cabot and Khalil Haidar --Cyclic behavior of concrete and.

The mechanical behaviors of reinforced concrete depend not only upon the properties of reinforcement and concrete their own, but also upon relative data of both materials. And some other general regularities of the mechanical behavior of reinforced concrete member are also induced after analysis.

This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well as modeling techniques and its response to various : Wiley.

"This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well. Mechanical Behavior of 3D Printed Cement Materials 21 [MAL 15] M ALAEB Z., H ACHEM H., T OURBAH A.

et al., “3D concrete printing: Machine and mix design”, International Journal of Civil. Publisher Summary. This chapter examines the strength of concrete at elevated temperatures. A device for testing the mechanical behavior of concrete at elevated temperatures must include three systems: a system for heating and temperature control, a system to support and load the specimen, and a system of measuring and recording instruments.

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Characterization tests of the cyclic behavior Modeling the reinforced concrete cyclic behavior Modeling of the cyclic behavior of concrete Conclusions Author: Jean‐François Dubé. This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well as modeling techniques and its response to various stimuli.

As such, it will be required reading for anyone wishing to. In case of fires, it is necessary to know the instantaneous and residual behavior of concrete subjected to temperatures up to °C. In this work we present a study of the mechanical performance of high-temperature high-performance concrete (HPC) exposed to.

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Properties of Concrete, by A. Niville and J. Brooks, Bitman, Other available relevant references. Course Aims:The main aims is to familiarize students with physical properties and mechanical behavior of various construction materials with main emphasis being placed on concrete. This includes.

Several theories of composite materials have been used to predict the mechanical properties of concrete. In many cases there is no basis to judge the relative superiority of one model over that of the other. It is, however, essential that the model and the related assumptions are axiomatically acceptable, and have physical relevance to the problem under by: 8.

This study investigated the mechanical behavior of normal strength (NS) and high strength (HS) concrete containing recycled fine aggregates (RFAs).

A high slump mixing design was employed, which may be potentially used as filled structural concrete. The compressive strength, tensile strength, and elastic modulus were measured according to the RFA replacement ratio and curing by: 2.

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