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Proceedings pro029 : 2nd International RILEM Workshop on Life Prediction and Aging Management of Concrete Structures


Title: 2nd International RILEM Workshop on Life Prediction and Aging Management of Concrete Structures
Edited by D.J. Naus
ISBN: 2-912143-36-5
e-ISBN: 2912143780
Pages: 404
Publication date: 2003

Civil infrastructure facilities, such as industrial buildings, transportation, dam and navigation facilities, and nuclear power plants, include concrete structures whose performance and function are necessary for the safety and protection of operating personnel and the general public. Aging of these structures may adversely impact their ability to withstand future operating conditions, extreme environmental challenges or accidents, and increase risk to public safety if not controlled. Methodologies for service life prediction of concrete structures and to manage the effects of aging currently are under development in many fields of civil engineering. Recent improvements have been made with respect to surveillance, inspection/testing, and maintenance techniques to help ensure continued safe, functional, and economical operation of concrete structures. The state-of-the-art has progressed to the point that specific guidelines and technical criteria required to meet these objectives in existing and new concrete construction can be proposed.

The 2nd International RILEM Workshop on Life Prediction and Aging Management of Concrete Structures was held 5-6 May 2003 in Paris, France. It brought together experts for the purpose of defining the current state-of-the-art with respect to modeling aging of concrete structures and providing recommendations (to the extent possible) for a unified approach to facility management. Participants included designers and engineers, facility managers, researchers, and regulators. The Workshop provided an international forum for highlighting recent advances in the technology underlying aging management and service life prediction of concrete structures. Approaches to service life prediction, performance monitoring, and aging management of industrial buildings, bridges and other transportation structures, dams, and navigation facilities were presented and critically appraised. The Workshop updated participants on research, presented novel ideas and strategies for management of aging of infrastructure-related facilities, provided an opportunity for exchanging practical experiences on implementation of aging management policies, and initiated new approaches to aging management. The Workshop strongly emphasized the practical aspects and the links between research and real applications. Thirty-seven papers from 20 countries were presented at the workshop. The papers were selected by members of the Scientific Committee. A sampling of specific topics that were discussed at the Workshop included:

1. Durability of concrete structures
2. Modeling techniques for service life prediction
3. Material selection and design considerations for durability
4. Assessment methods and instrumentation systems
5. Maintenance and repair approaches for service life extension
6. Probabilistic approaches to performance estimation
7. Aging management
8. Risk-informed decision-making
9. Case histories, performance assessments of degraded structures,
and economics of successful aging management


Contents


Preface
Author(s): D. J. Naus
Pages: XIII - XIV

Session 1: Modeling/Numerical Simulation/Service Life Prediction


Constitutive models for prediction of performance of deterioreted concrete structures
Author(s): T. Shimomura, K. Maruyama
Pages: 3 - 12

Models for service life prediction
Author(s): D. Bjegovic, J. Selih, D. Mikulic, L. Stipanovic
Pages: 13 - 20

Coefficient of diffusion derived from structures exposed to chlorides more then 60 years old
Author(s): G. C. M. Gaal, A. van Beek, J. D. Bakker, J. C. Walraven
Pages: 21 - 29

Global estimates of structural degradation for lifetime management
Author(s): Y. S. Petryna, F. Stangenberg
Pages: 31 - 38

Modeling of durability performance of cementitious materials and structures based on thermo-hygro physics
Author(s): T. Ishida, K. Maekawa
Pages: 39 - 49

THI - a physical model for estimating the coupled transport of heat, moisture and chloride ions in concrete
Author(s): I. Petre-Lazar, L. Abdou, C. Franco, I. Sadri
Pages: 51 - 69

Numerical modelling of service life of reinforced concrete structures
Author(s): B. Martín-Pérez, Z. Lounis
Pages: 71 - 79

Session 2: Monitoring/Testing/Assessment


Measurement of corrosion parameters and their use for service life assessment in the El Cabril-Spain
Author(s): C. Andrade, L. Martínez, J. Muñoz, J. Rodríguez, M. Ramírez
Pages: 83 - 91

Improvement of electrical resistivity measurement for non destructive evaluation of concrete structures
Author(s): J. F. Lataste, C. Sirieix, D. Breysse, M. Frappa
Pages: 93 - 102

The influence of cover delamination on the assessment of the corroding rebar in concrete, using the half-cell potential mapping method
Author(s): A. Ouglova, Y. Berthaud, I. Petre-Lazar, K. Beddiar, A. Raharinaivo
Pages: 103 - 113

Structural assessment of RC elements subjected to localised and general corrosion
Author(s): M. Dekoster, F. Buyle-Bodin, O. Maurel
Pages: 115 - 125

Serviceability assessment of reinforced concrete structures in marine environments
Author(s): C. Q. Li, W. Lawanwisut
Pages: 127 - 136

Improvement and combination of echo methods for NDT of concrete elements
Author(s): M. Krause, C. Maierhofer, A. Gardei, C. Kohl, H. Wiggenhauser
Pages: 137 - 147

A monitoring system for preventive and programmed maintenance of concrete structures
Author(s): V. Corinaldesi, G. Moriconi, F. Tittarelli
Pages: 149 - 155

Mechanical diagnosis of reinforced concrete structures damaged by steel corrosion
Author(s): A. Castel, T. Vidal, R. François
Pages: 157 - 164

Crack measurements using digital imaging as part of an integrated monitoring program for small concrete dams
Author(s): C. Bernstone, A. Heyden, M. Holmström
Pages: 165 - 172

Rheology and reactive testing methods for properties of cement mortars and their utilization for concrete design
Author(s): R. Hela, S. Stastnik, J. Zach
Pages: 173 - 184

Artificial intelligence methods and analysis of structure in evaluation of hardened concrete quality
Author(s): J. Kasperkiewicz
Pages: 185 - 194

Testing and modelling biogenic sulfuric acid corrosion of concrete sewer pipes in function of aggregate type, cement type and production method
Author(s): N. De Belie, J. Monteny, E. Vincke, A. Beeldens
Pages: 195 - 204

Session 3: Strategies/Life Cycle Analysis/Repair/Applications


Evaluation of the residual service life of existing concrete structures: a valuable tool for maintenance planning
Author(s): T. Teruzzi, E. Cadoni, G. Frigeri
Pages: 207 - 216

Strategies for management of rehabilitation of concrete structures
Author(s): J. Rodríguez, R. Muñoz, M. Ramírez, C. Andrade, D. Izquierdo
Pages: 217 - 222

A contribution to the development of performance-related design methods
Author(s): A. B. Ribeiro, A. Machado, A. Gonçalves, M. Salta
Pages: 223 - 235

Recommendations for the European prestandard for concrete repair
Author(s): F. J. O'Flaherty, P. S. Mangat
Pages: 237 - 245

Structural concrete patch repair for performance and durability: progress towards a risk-based implementation procedure
Author(s): T. D. G. Canisius
Pages: 247 - 255

Validation model for service life prediction of concrete structures
Author(s): A. van Beek, G. C. M. Gaal, J. M. van Noortwijk, J. D. Bakker
Pages: 257 - 265

Designing highway bridges for 75-100 years
Author(s): P. Tikalsky, D. Tepke, A. Schokker
Pages: 269 - 279

Load tests and assessment of a concrete bridge: case study
Author(s): M. Jolin, J. Bastien, J.-P. Perron
Pages: 281 - 288

Load tests and assessment of a concrete bridge: case study
Author(s): M. Ghosn, K. Subramaniam, J. Wang, M. Ali-Ahmad
Pages: 289 - 298

A statistical approach for managing visual inspection and in situ testing in designing rehabilitation project of a 5 km long viaduct
Author(s): E. Proverbio, G. Proietti, E. Venturi
Pages: 299 - 307

Realisation and first results of cooling tower monitoring
Author(s): D. Busch, H.-D. Köpper, J. Meyer
Pages: 309 - 318

Probability-based approach to service life analysis of concrete harbour structures
Author(s): M. Ferreira, S. Jalali, O. E. Gjørv
Pages: 319 - 328

The measurement of tendon forces in Swedish reactor containments
Author(s): P. Anderson, L.-E. Berglund, J. Gustavsson
Pages: 329 - 337

Computational analysis of nuclear containment structures at high temperature
Author(s): C. E. Majorana, F. Pesavento, B. A. Schrefler, D. Gawin
Pages: 339 - 347

French nuclear power plants: how to manage ageing of containment vessels?
Author(s): G. Heinfling, J.-L. Valfort
Pages: 349 - 359

Methodology for the reliability evaluation of containment vessels repairs through the coupling of finite elements and probabilistic analyses
Author(s): B. Sudret, M. Berveiller, G. Heinfling
Pages: 361 - 371

Risk-based replacement strategies for deteriorating reinforced concrete pipes
Author(s): B. Adey, O. Bernard, B. Gérard
Pages: 373 - 382

Application possibilities of fiber composites with polymer-matrix in building industry
Author(s): L. Bodnarova, R. Hela
Pages: 383 - 388