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Founded in and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design, construction, and materials, who share a commitment to pursuing the best use of concrete.
Title: SP New Experimental Techniques for Evaluating Concrete Material & Structural Performance Author(s): Editors: David J. Stevens and Mohsen A. Issa Publication: Special Publication Volume: Issue: Appears on pages(s): Keywords: Date: 5/1/ Abstract: SP Concrete is a truly unique material, exhibiting a wide range of mechanical, physical, and chemical properties, which Author: Mohsen A.
Issa. New experimental techniques for evaluating concrete material and structural performance. Detroit, Mich.: American Concrete Institute, [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David J Stevens; Mohsen A Issa. Concrete is a truly unique material, exhibiting a wide range of mechanical, physical, and chemical properties, which in turn, are affected by the type of load condition, the constituents, the local environment, the processing method, the structural application, etc.
Mohamed Abdallah El-Reedy, PhD, is a professional structural engineer, and his main area of research is the reliability of concrete and steel : Hardcover.
Additive manufacturing and digital fabrication bring new horizons to concrete and cement-based material construction. 3D printing inspired construction te This study aims to investigate the role of the structural build-up properties of cement-based materials in such a layer by layer construction by: Specifications for Structural Performance Verification (hereinafter called “the Specification”).
The performance of concrete structures varies over time due to environmental conditions and other factors. The examination on whether such change is in acceptable range is described in the JSCE Standard Specifications for Materials and Construction.
Evaluating Cracking in Concrete 7 THERMAL STRESSES Volume differentials are likely to develop in the concrete when different temperatures occur across a concrete section.
The concrete then cracks when the tensile stresses imposed by a change in volume differential exceed that of its tensile strength. Thermal stresses usually cause cracking in massFile Size: KB. This paper presents the fresh, mechanical, and durability performance, of a structural concrete mix classified as C-1, by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) made with controlled quality Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA).Cited by: It is very important to investigate the effects of the seismic performance of corrosion-damaged reinforced concrete (RC) members, in terms of their strength and lateral deformability, on the seismic performance of entire building systems.
Such investigation allows accurate evaluation of the seismic performance of RC structures with corroded members, including beams and by: 2. The aim of this book is to present the most advanced materials and construc-tion techniques used in the reinforced concrete structure industry.
Because advanced materials are growing parallel to the development of new structure systems, the advantages and disadvantages of the different structure systems are very important.
Advanced Materials and Techniques for Reinforced Concrete Structures, Second Edition discusses both traditional and new systems in concrete structures, outlines the advantages and disadvantages of each system and its importance to construction durability and reliability, and presents the latest advanced materials and construction techniques currently used in reinforced concrete structures.
Part 3 Case studies: Inspection of concrete retaining walls using ground penetrating radar (GPR): A case study; Acoustic emission and impact-echo techniques for the evaluation of reinforced concrete structures: A case study; Using ground penetrating radar to assess an eight-span post-tensioned viaduct: A case study.
Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC) is a new type of composite material with high strength and high toughness, which has broad application prospects in engineering practice.
The Canterbury Earthquake Royal Commission report revealed that some reinforced concrete walls that are designed according to the New Zealand Standards (NZS ) () and detailed to comprise the seismic force resisting system of buildings did not achieve their expected ductile capability.
The report indicated that the reason was the formation of a primary flexural crack at the expected plastic Cited by: 9. Therefore, the corroded high-performance concrete and reinforced concrete should be investigated under different experimental tests, which lead to evaluating the performance of these concretes.
Recent progress in measurement techniques have given rise to increasing interest in non-destructive testing. Incorporating non-conventional, recycled materials in concrete (i.e. rubber crumbs from discarded tires), the heterogeneity is increased. Based on this, it is of importance to determine to what degree the accepted protocols, valid for traditional materials, are applicable to Author: Mihai Sergiu Stratulat, Oana Mihaela Banu, Ana Maria Toma, Petru Mihai, Ionuț Ovidiu Toma.
A novel approach for evaluating the concrete shear strength in reinforced concrete beams having the same cross-section, length, and concrete material properties. Figure 2 Beam layout details and loading: (a) KQ20 where a v /h=1 Influence of effective depth on shear strength of concrete beams-Experimental Study, ACI Structural Journal.
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The aim of this study is to develop structural foamed concretes by using silica fume, fly ash, and polypropylene fiber. The study presents the use of fly ash for fully replacing sand to produce foamed concrete. Fine silica fume and polypropylene (PP) fiber were used to improve properties of foamed concrete.
The International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials (IJCSM) provides a forum targeted for engineers and scientists around the globe to present and discuss various topics related to concrete, concrete structures and other applied materials incorporating cement cementitious binder, and polymer or fiber in conjunction with concrete.
These forums give participants an opportunity to. Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering publishes both theoretical and experimental original research articles which explore or exploit new ideas and techniques in three main areas: structural engineering, mechanics of materials and materials science.
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Composite structures are generally made up with the interaction of different structural elements and may be developed using either different or similar structural materials.
This is often referred to as “composite construction” and i ncludes steel-concrete beams, columns and other structural components [29 ].File Size: KB. Sixteen reinforced concrete laboratory specimens were used to evaluate a number of corrosion prevention methods under an accelerated (6 months) testing program.
The use of galvanic thermal sprayed zinc, galvanic embedded anodes, a tri-silane sealer, an acrylic coating, and an epoxy/polyurethane coating was evaluated. The specimens received various treatments prior to Cited by: The first IAEA Training Course on the NDT of Concrete and other Non-Metallic Materials was held in in Japan, at the Japanese Society for Non-Destructive Inspection.
Subsequent courses/workshops were held in Thailand and Singapore. Advantages and limitations of GPR techniques. Advantages. Limitations. In order to study the direct shear properties of ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) structures, 15 Z-shaped monolithic placement specimens (MPSs) and 12 Z-shaped waterjet treated specimens (WJTSs) were tested to study the shear behavior and failure modes.
The effects of steel fiber shape, steel fiber volume fraction and interface treatment on the direct shear properties of UHPC were Cited by: 1. Introduction to Repair and Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Structures 1. 1 Introduction and Definitions: In design process we must take two important points in Considerations: 1-Safety (the structure is safe under applied stresses).
2-Serviceability (the structure in a good appearance such as " no Deformations – no Cracks".File Size: 1MB. Recent Engineering Structures Articles. Structural shear performance of insulated precast concrete sandwich panels with steel plate connectors.
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