Proceedings

RILEM has been organising symposia and workshops since its foundation, with more than 100 proceedings published. A quick glance at our online catalogue shows the diversity, importance and international scope of the topics.

To download an article FOR FREE, you must use your login and password if you have already been registered before and then select the article you are interested in on the Contents page of the publication. Non-members need to create an account.

 

Proceedings pro091 : RILEM International Symposium on Concrete Modelling - CONMOD 2014


Title: RILEM International Symposium on Concrete Modelling - CONMOD 2014
Edited by Kefei Li, Peiyu Yan and Rongwei Yang
ISBN: 978-2-35158-139-1
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-140-7
Publisher: RILEM Publications SARL
Pages: 511
Publication date: 2015

CONMOD 2014 is the fourth in a series of RILEM symposia after Quebec City, Canada (2006) and Delft, The Netherlands (2008) and Lausanne, Switzerland (2010). The Symposium is devoted to the development and applications of numerical models to simulate and predict the microstructure, material properties and long-term performance of concrete. CONMOD conferences provide a platform for researchers active in modeling of concrete at different length scales, and from different disciplines. This series of conference offer also an exchange platform for the PhD students conducting research on concrete materials.

Modeling is a vehicle to transfer the knowledge from scientist to engineers. The rapid development in computational capacity and techniques has promoted substantially the modeling on concrete materials. The solution of some sophisticated problems, like multi-physic processes, is only possible through computer-based methods. The models, reinforced by these advanced techniques, can greatly help the engineers to design and evaluate the behaviors of concrete materials and structures in the context of life cycle engineering.

CONMOD2014 has gathered participants from 15 countries, and collected 61 papers in the proceedings. The papers are divided into five main topics: Hydration and microstructure, Properties characterization, Transport process, Shrinkage and creep, and Durability. These papers embrace both the most recent development in modeling techniques and the new knowledge on concrete materials. The intended readers of the proceedings include graduate students and scientists on concrete research as well as engineers in concrete technology and structural design.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Kefei Li, Peiyu Yan
Pages: XI

A. Keynote lectures


MICROSTRUCTURAL MODELLING STATE OF THE ART AND PERSPECTIVES
Author(s): Karen L. Scrivener
Pages: 3

QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION STRUCTURE OF CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Hamlin M. Jennings
Pages: 4

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF CHLORIDE MIGRATION IN CONCRETE STRUCTURES UNDER HARSH ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Author(s): Tetsuya Ishida, Yuya Takahashi and Rungrawee Wattanapornprom
Pages: 5

B. Hydration & Microstructure


A COMBINED KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC APPROACH FOR MODELLING THE PORE SOLUTION OF PC-FLY ASH CEMENTS
Author(s): N. Eroukhmanoff and A. Al-Tabbaa
Pages: 9-17

A GENERALIZED SCALE FACTOR MODEL FOR PORTLAND CEMENT HYDRATION
Author(s): Xueyu Pang
Pages: 18-26

HYDRATION KINETICS MODEL OF SUPERSULFATED CEMENT
Author(s): Wang Lu, Liu Shuhua, Gao Yuxin and Yu Baoying
Pages: 27-35

COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE PACKING OF DIGITIZED REACTIVE MAGNESIA PARTICLES
Author(s): Mingzhi Wang, Abir Al-Tabbaa
Pages: 36-43

SIMULATION OF NANO FLOW BETWEEN CALCIUM SILICATE HYDRATE NANOPARTICLES BASED ON NAVIER-STOKERS EQUATION
Author(s): Zhen He, Gengxin Cao, Qiao Zheng
Pages: 44-52

INFLUENCE OF MICROSTRUCTURAL PARAMETERS ON EFFECTIVE DIFFUSIVITY OF HYDRATING CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Neven Ukrainczyk, Eduardus A.B. Koenders
Pages: 53-60

STUDY ON THE EFFECT PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND BLAINE FINENESS ON THE HYDRATION OF CEMENT
Author(s): Shiju Joseph, Shashank Bishnoi
Pages: 61-68

INFLUENCE OF THE PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON HYDRATION KINETICS: A MECHANISTIC ANALYTICAL APPROACH
Author(s): Tulio Honorio, Benoit Bary and Farid Benboudjema
Pages: 69-77

MODELING OF HYDRATION OF ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE
Author(s): Xiao-Yong Wang
Pages: 78-86

HYDRATION SIMULATION OF TERNARY BLENDED CEMENT
Author(s): Zhijun Tan, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye, Yun Gao, Lieven Machiels
Pages: 87-93

MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF TOBERMORITE FAMILY
Author(s): Shahin Hajilar and Behrouz Shafei
Pages: 94-101

A TWO-DIMENSIONAL WAVE PROPAGATION METHOD FOR TORTUOSITY ANALYSIS OF PORE STRUCTURE
Author(s): Deqing Xie, Peng Zhao, Lin Yang and Yunsheng Zhang
Pages: 102-109

THE INFLUENCE OF DIGITAL RESOLUTION ON THE CEMENT PASTE PERCOLATION BASED ON CEMHYD3D MODEL
Author(s): Cheng Liu and Yunsheng Zhang
Pages: 110-117

NUMERICAL CONSTRUCTION OF INTERFACIAL TRANSITION ZONE AROUND PLATONIC PARTICLES
Author(s): Zhigang Zhu, Huisu Chen
Pages: 118-124

C. Shrinkage & Creep


MODELLING SHRINKAGE AND THERMAL DEFORMATIONS IN HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE AT EARLY AGE
Author(s): Mateusz Wyrzykowski, Dariusz Gawin, Pietro Lura
Pages: 127-134

A COUPLED TRANSPORT-REACTION MODEL FOR SIMULATING AUTOGENOUS SELF-HEALING IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS – PART I: THEORY
Author(s): Haoliang Huang, Guang Ye and Denis Damidot
Pages: 135-143

A COUPLED TRANSPORT-REACTION MODEL FOR SIMULATING AUTOGENOUS SELF-HEALING IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS – PART II: VALIDATION
Author(s): Haoliang Huang, Guang Ye and Denis Damidot
Pages: 144-151

DRYING AND SHRINKAGE BEHAVIOUR OF PORTLAND CEMENT MORTAR AT INTERMEDIATE BUT CONSTANT HYDRATION DEGREE
Author(s): G. Pham, A. Bauland, A. Delaplace, Q-H. Vu and R. Barbarulo
Pages: 152-159

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH, SHRINKAGE AND MASS LOSS DURING SIMULTANEOUS HYDRATION AND DRYING OF CONCRETE: EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELING RESULTS
Author(s): B. Huet, A. Delaplace, G. Pham, R. Barbarulo
Pages: 160-167

EARLY AGE CREEP AND RELAXATION MODELLING OF CONCRETE UNDER TENSION AND COMPRESSION
Author(s): B. Delsaute and S. Staquet
Pages: 168-175

HOMOGENIZATION OF SOLIDIFYING RANDOM POROUS MEDIA: APPLICATION TO AGEING CREEP OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): J. Sanahuja
Pages: 176-182

CONSTITUTIVE LAWFOR THE VISCOELASTIC BEHAVIOUR OF EARLY AGE CONCRETE IN MASSIVE STRUCTURES
Author(s): Wibke Hermerschmidt, Harald Budelmann
Pages: 183-189

DRYING SHRINKAGE EFFECT ON CRACKING AND STRUCTURAL STRENGTH OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Author(s): Alexandre Michou, Adrien Hilaire, Cl´ement Desodt, Farid Benboudjema, Georges Nahas, PierreWyniecki and Yves Berthaud
Pages: 190-196

ROLE OF CREEP ON THE MICROSTRUCTURAL DAMAGE INDUCED BY ALKALI-SILICA REACTION
Author(s): Alain B. Giorla , Cyrille F. Dunant and Karen L. Scrivener
Pages: 197-203

SHRINKAGE STRESS DEVELOPMENT IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Will Hansen, Eduard A.B. Koenders, Zhichao Liu, Bo Meng and Ya Wei
Pages: 204-212

D. Properties


MICROMECHANICS OF ITZ-AGGREGATE INTERACTION IN CONCRETE: CRACK INITIATION
Author(s): Markus Königsberger, Bernhard Pichler and Christian Hellmich
Pages: 215-221

NUMERICAL MODELLING OF THEWATER ISOTHERMS OF CEMENT PASTE: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE CAPILLARY AND C-S-H GEL PORES
Author(s): M. Zalzale, P.J. McDonald Karen L. Scrivener
Pages: 222-226

NANOINDENTATION MAPPING OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENT PASTE BLENDED WITH SLAG
Author(s): X. Gao and Y. Wei
Pages: 227-235

ESTIMATION OF ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF CEMENT BASED MATERIALS AT EARLY AGE BASED ON A COMBINED NUMERICAL AND ANALYTICAL MULTISCALE MICROMECHANICS APPROACH
Author(s): Tulio Honorio, Benoit Bary and Farid Benboudjema
Pages: 236-243

SIMULATION ON MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE WITH HEXAGON RECYCLED COARSE AGGREGATE IN RANDOM DISTRIBUTION
Author(s): Xiao Jianzhuang, Lin Zhuangbin, Zhang Kaijian and Sun Chang
Pages: 244-251

FIRST-PRINCIPLES STUDY OF WATER ADSORPTION AND DISSOCIATION ON Β-C2S (100) SURFACE
Author(s): Qianqian Wang, Yanhua Guo, Hegoi Manzano, Iñigo Lopez-Arbeloa, Xiaodong Shen and Feng Li
Pages: 252-258

EFFECT OF MICROSTRUCTURAL PARAMETERS ON SIMULATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Author(s): Shashank Bishnoi, Quang-Huy Do and Karen L. Scrivener
Pages: 259-264

PREDICTION OF WATER VAPOUR SORPTION ISOTHERMS AND MICROSTRUCTURE OF HARDENED PORTLAND CEMENT PASTES
Author(s): James M. de Burgh, Stephen J. Foster and Hamid R. Valipour
Pages: 265-272

SIMULATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF PH IN THE PORE SOLUTION OF SLAG CEMENT PASTE AT EARLY AGE
Author(s): Peng Gao, Guang Ye, Jiangxiong Wei, Qijun Yu
Pages: 273-280

METHODS FOR GREEN CONCRETE DESIGN
Author(s): David García, Jorge S. Dolado and José-Tomás San-José
Pages: 281-289

AGGREGATE SHAPE EFFECTS ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTY OF CONCRETE UNDER TENSILE LOADING: (1) SIMULATION OF ONE PARTICLE SYSTEM
Author(s): Lin Liu, Huisu Chen, Zhigang Zhu, Zhiwei Qian
Pages: 290-296

PREDICTION OF STRENGTH OF MORTARS CONTAINING FLY ASH
Author(s): Amarpreet Kaur, Shiju Joseph and Shashank Bishnoi
Pages: 297-302

E. Transport


3D SIMULATION OF CEMENT PASTE AGING DUE TO REACTIVE TRANSPORT
Author(s): Neven Ukrainczyk, Eduardus A.B. Koenders
Pages: 305-313

INFLUENCE OF CRACKS AND SATURATION ON MASS TRANSPORT INTO CONCRETE BY MESOSCALE COMPUTATIONAL METHOD
Author(s): Wang L.C., Bao J.W.
Pages: 314-327

CAPILLARY ABSORPTION FOR CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL CONSIDERING WATER EVAPORATION AND TORTUOSITY OF CAPILLARY PORES
Author(s): Jinbo Yang, Yue Li, Peng Zhang and Wanguo Dong
Pages: 328-334

MODELLING OF TEMPERATURE IMPACTS ON CEMENT PASTE IN CLAYEY ENVIRONMENT CONSTRAINED BY FIELD EXPERIMENTS
Author(s): Philippines Lalan, Laurent De Windt, Alexandre Dauzères, Valéry Detilleux
Pages: 335-342

MODELLINGS OF CHLORIDE ION TRANSPORT IN MORTARS CONSIDERING ELECTROKINETIC BEHAVIORS AT PORE WALLS
Author(s): Yuya Takahashi, Yogarajah Elakneswaran and Tetsuya Ishida
Pages: 343-350

MEASURING AND MODELLING OF WATER PENETRATION INTO UNSATURATED CONCRETE
Author(s): Peng Zhang, Tiejun Zhao, Jinbo Yang and Congtao Sun
Pages: 351-358

APPLICATION OF A PORE-SCALE REACTIVE TRANSPORT MODEL TO STUDY THE INFLUENCE OF PORE NETWORK CHARACTERISTICS ON CALCIUM LEACHING IN CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS
Author(s): Ravi A. Patel, Janez Perko, Diederik Jacques, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye and Klaas Van Breugel
Pages: 359-366

MULTI-SCALE MODELING OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF CEMENT PASTES SUBJECT TO LEACHING AND CARBONATION
Author(s): N. Seigneur , A. Dubus, P.E. Labeau, V. Detilleux, O. Destin and A. Dauzères
Pages: 367-373

MICROMECHANICS MODELING THE SOLUTE DIFFUSION IN UNSATURATED HARDENED CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Rongwei Yang, Eric Lemarchand, Teddy Fen-Chong, Kefei Li
Pages: 374-385

STATISTICAL STUDY OF EXISTING CHLORIDE INGRESS MODELS IN IMMERSED CONCRETES
Author(s): Sylvain Pradelle, Mickaël Thiéry and Véronique Baroghel-Bouny
Pages: 386-397

F. Durability


MODELING KINETICS OF C-S-H DISSOLUTION DURING CARBONATION OF CEMENT PASTE. BEYOND THE SOLID SOLUTION APPROACH
Author(s): Patrick Dangla, Antoine Morandeau and Mickaël Thiéry
Pages: 400-406

ACCELERATED CARBONATION MODELLING OF FLY ASH-BLENDED CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): A. Morandeau, M. Thiéry, P. Dangla and C.E. White
Pages: 407-415

MODELING SULFATE ATTACK IN CONCRETE USING MIXTURE THEORY
Author(s): Chethan Gouder and U. Saravanan
Pages: 416-423

MODELLING OF H2S ATTACK OF CONCRETE IN SEWER PIPES
Author(s): Haifeng Yuan, Patrick Dangla, Huisu Chen, Patrice Chatellier and Thierry Chaussadent
Pages: 424-430

MULTISCALE MODELING OF ALKALI SILICA REACTION DEGRADATION OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Gianluca Cusatis, Mohammed Alnaggar and Roozbeh Rezakhani
Pages: 431-438

PREDICTING DEPTH OF CARBONATION OF CONCRETE - A PERFORMANCE-BASED APPROACH
Author(s): Rakesh Gopinath, Mark Alexander and Hans Beushausen
Pages: 439-446

RESEARCH OF THE FAILURE PROCESS OF CONCRETE UNDER THE EFFECT OF FREEZING-THAWING CYCLE BY USING X-RAY INDUSTRIAL CT TECHNIQUE
Author(s): J. Yuan, Y. Liu, B.K. Zhang and H.X. Li
Pages: 447-451

THERMO-HYDRO-IONIC TRANSPORT THROUGH AN IMMERGED TUBE TUNNEL FOR A SERVICE LIFE OF 120 YEARS
Author(s): Xiaoyun Pang, Kefei Li and Patrick Dangla
Pages: 452-459

A NEW MODEL FOR THE CALCULATION OF STRUCTURES AFFECTED BY DEF – APPLICATION TO A VIADUCT CASE
Author(s): O. Omikrine-Metalssi, B. Kchakech, S. Lavaud, B. Godart and F. Beauvallet
Pages: 460-469

CORROSION-INDUCED BOND DETERIORATION IN REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Author(s): Shangtong Yang and Chun-Qing Li
Pages: 470-477

MESOSCALE SIMULATION OF DAMAGE FOR MORTAR AND CONCRETE DURING FREEZE-THAW CYCLES
Author(s): Fuyuan Gong, Yi Wang, Tamon Ueda and Dawei Zhang
Pages: 478-485

CONCRETE SORPTIVITY AS A PERFORMANCE-BASED CRITERION FOR SALT FROST SCALING RESISTANCE
Author(s): Zhichao Liu, Will Hansen and Ya Wei
Pages: 486-495

MC SIMULATION OF RELIABILITY SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS FOR MARINE CONCRETE STRUCTURES BASED ON FVM
Author(s): Xingang ZHOU, Erju LI and Kefei LI
Pages: 496-503

MECHANICAL MODELING OF CHEMO-MECHANICAL COUP -LING BEHAVIOR OF LEACHED CONCRETE
Author(s): Bei Huang, Chunxiang Qian, Shao Jianfu
Pages: 504-510