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Proceedings pro081 : 2nd International RILEM Conference on Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC2-Rio)


Title: 2nd International RILEM Conference on Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC2-Rio)
Edited by R.D. Toledo Filho, F.A. Silva, E.A.B. Koenders and E.M.R. Fairbairn
ISBN: 978-2-35158-120-9
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-121-6
Pages: 451
Publication date: 2011

This book of proceedings is a collection of the 49 accepted papers that are presented at the 2nd International RILEM Conference on Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC2-Rio) which was organized in Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro, December 12 to 14, 2011. The conference covers the latest findings and research works related to cement based composites with a strain hardening behavior under mechanicalloading in the following topics:

• Test methods for mechanical characterization
• Structural design and performance
• Durability characterization and design
• Theoretical considerations and computational methods
• Practical Applications

With the SHCC2-Rio conference the activities of the RI LEM TC 208-HFC were closed and
the ongoing activities were addressed by means of the RILEM TC-FDS. All the published
papers can also be found and downloaded from the International Union of Laboratories
and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM) website at www.
rilem.net. This book of proceedings is suggested to practical engineers, graduate students,
academies, professors, and researchers.


The articles will be placed soon on the website


Contents


Preface
Author(s): R.D. Toledo Filho, F.A. Silva, E.A.B. Koenders and E.M.R. Fairbairn
Pages: XVII - XVII

Task Group A Sessions - Mechanical characterization and test methods:


Development of high strength high ductility concrete
Author(s): R. Ranade, M.D. Stults, V.C. Li, T.S. Rushing, J. Roth and W.F. Heard
Pages: 1 - 8

Evaluation of standardized test methods to characterize fiber reinforced cement composites
Author(s): I. Paegle and G. Fischer
Pages: 9 - 16

Half a century of progress leading to ultra-high performance fiber reinforced concrete: part 1 - overall review
Author(s): A.E. Naaman
Pages: 17 - 26

Half a century of progress leading to ultra-high performance fiber reinforced concrete: part 2-tensile stress-strain response
Author(s): A.E. Naaman
Pages: 27 - 36

Damage mechanisms analysis of a multi-scale fibre reinforced cement-based composite subjected to impact loading conditions
Author(s): P. Rossi
Pages: 37 - 44

Strain hardening behavior of textile reinforced concrete (TRC)
Author(s): A. Peled
Pages: 45 - 52

Flexural design of strain hardening cement composites
Author(s): B. Mobasher and C. Barsby
Pages: 53 - 60

Simulation of mechanical tests on SHCC by fem with stochastic fields
Author(s): M. Přinosil and P. Kabele
Pages: 61 - 68

Crack growth resistance of concrete-HPFRCC interface
Author(s): C. Zanotti, N. Banthia and G. Plizzari
Pages: 69 - 77

The role of fiber orientation on strain hardening/softening FRCCS: continuum damage modeling
Author(s): L. Ferrara and M. di Prisco
Pages: 79 - 87

Evaluation of the TRC (Textile Reinforced Concrete) solutions in the case of RC beams shear strengthening
Author(s): R. Contamine, A. Si Larbi and P. Hamelin
Pages: 89 - 95

Chemo/piezoresistive hpfrcc carrying carbon fiber and carbon nanotubes for sensing
Author(s): N. Banthia and F. Azhari
Pages: 97 - 106

Pigmentable engineered cementitious composites
Author(s): En-Hua Yang, E.O. Garcez and V.C. Li
Pages: 107 - 112

Design of ductile wood fibre cement based material
Author(s): M. Guadalupe Sierra Beltran and E. Schlangen
Pages: 113 - 120

Mechanical behavior of strain hardening sisal fiber cementitious composites under quasi static and dynamic tensile loading
Author(s): F. A. Silva, B. Mobasher and R.D. Toledo Filho
Pages: 121 - 129

Mechanical performance of ductile cement mortar composites reinforced with nanofibrillated cellulose
Author(s): J. Claramunt, M. Ardanuy, R. Arévalo, F. Parés and R.D. Toledo Filho
Pages: 131 - 138

Near-tip analysis of crack propagation in cementitious composites
Author(s): E.B. Pereira, G. Fischer and J.A.O. Barros
Pages: 139 - 146

Task Group B Sessions - Durability performance:


Crack distribution characterisation towards a framework for durability design of SHCC
Author(s): G.P.A.G. van Zijl
Pages: 149 - 156

Integrated probabilistic life cycle assessment and durability design for sustainable SHCC infrastructure
Author(s): M.D. Lepech, H. Stang and M. Geiker
Pages: 157 - 164

Capillary absorption and chloride penetration into neat and water repellent shcc under imposed strain
Author(s): F.H. Wittmann, P. Wang, P. Zhang, T.J. Zhao and F. Beltzung
Pages: 165 - 172

Application of HPFRCC as a patching repair material for RC members exposed to chloride attack
Author(s): K. Kobayashi, Y. Asano and K. Rokugo
Pages: 173 - 180

On the water permeability of cracked strain hardening cement-based composites
Author(s): C. Wagner and V. Slowik
Pages: 181 - 188

Thermal properties and resistance to thermal shock of strain hardening cement-based composites
Author(s): M. S. Magalhăes, R.D. Toledo Filho and E.M.R. Fairbairn
Pages: 189 - 198

Tensile crack widhts of strain hardening cementbased composites
Author(s): W.P. Boshoff and P.D. Nieuwoudt
Pages: 199 - 206

Durability design for steel reinforced shcc members exposed to chlorides – a fuzzy-probabilistic concept
Author(s): F. Altmann and V. Mechtcherine
Pages: 207 - 215

Evolution of crack patterns on shcc as function of imposed strain
Author(s): P. Wang, F.H. Wittmann, T.J. Zhao and W.L. Huang
Pages: 217 - 224

Verification of strength durability models for glass fibre textile reinforced cement
Author(s): J. Wastiels and P. Van Itterbeeck
Pages: 225 - 232

Study of the bending behaviour of textile reinforced cementitious composites when exposed to high temperatures
Author(s): J. Blom, J. Van Ackeren and J. Wastiels
Pages: 233 - 241

Simulation of the multiaxial loading behavior of fiber reinforced concrete
Author(s): E.A. Schauffert and G. Cusatis
Pages: 243 - 250

Control of cracking direction of Shcc under principal stress rotation with coarse aggregate
Author(s): K. Nagai, B. Suryanto, K. Maekawa and T. Kanda
Pages: 251 - 258

Fracture process zone extent and energy dissipation in silicate composites with different cohesive behaviour
Author(s): V. Veselý, T. Pail, P. Frantík and S. Seitl
Pages: 259 - 267

Stochastic cracking of composites with micromechanical formulation of crack bridges
Author(s): R. Rypl, R. Chudoba, M. Vořechovský and J. Hegger
Pages: 269 - 276

Task Group C Sessions - Structural design and practical applications:


On the bearing capacity of frc structures: is the material characteristic value the “right” choice?
Author(s): M. di Prisco, D. Dozio and M. Colombo
Pages: 279 - 287

New high-rise R/C structure using ECC coupling beams
Author(s): T. Kanda, S. Nagai, M. Maruta and Y. Yamamoto
Pages: 289 - 296

Characterization of multiple fine cracks in SHCC by probability distribution analysis
Author(s): H. Takada, Y. Asano, K. Kobayashi and K. Rokugo
Pages: 297 - 304

Damage resistance of reinforced concrete structures that utilize High Performance Hybrid Fiber Reinforced (HYFRC) Composites
Author(s): C.P. Ostertag
Pages: 305 - 312

Fresh properties and mechanical performance of hand-mixed small-batch SHCC
Author(s): K. Rokugo, K. Kobayashi, Y. Asano, N. Morii, S.-C. Lim, K. Shinya and H. Hirai
Pages: 313 - 321

The feasibility of engineered cementitious composites with local compositions
Author(s): Z. Zhang and S. Qian
Pages: 323 - 328

Impacts of principal stress rotation on the nonlinearity of strain-hardening cementitious composites with fibers
Author(s): K. Maekawa, K. Nagai and B. Suryanto
Pages: 329 - 337

Computational durability mechanics of fiberreinforced cement composites
Author(s): J.E. Bolander and A.S. Joshi
Pages: 339 - 346

TRC masonry retrofitting against in-plane seismic solicitations
Author(s): A. Si Larbi and P. Hamelin
Pages: 347 - 353

Reproduction of the 3D bond microstructure from sem micrographs as a basis for the modeling of the representative behavior of a crack bridge in TRC
Author(s): R. Chudoba, I. Focke, B.-G. Kang, V. Sadílek and M. Vořechovský
Pages: 355 - 362

Tensile performance of sprayed SHCC with hollow particles for keeping air content
Author(s): N. Morii, S.-C. Lim, Y. Yamada, Y. Asano and K. Rokugo
Pages: 363 - 370

Structural behavior of SHCC cement sheath in oil well submitted to steam injection: experimental analysis
Author(s): R.F. Correia, E.M.R. Fairbairn, R.D. Toledo Filho and C.R. Miranda
Pages: 371 - 380

Flexural strengthening of masonry members using advanced cementitious materials
Author(s): J.A.O. Barros, E. Esmaeeli, E. Manning, D. Häßler
Pages: 381 - 389

Drainage concrete pipes with hybrid reinforcement
Author(s): A.D. de Figueiredo and R. Campos Escariz
Pages: 391 - 398

Applicability of composite charpy impact method for strain hardening textile reinforced cementitious composites
Author(s): J. Van Ackeren, J. Blom, D. Kakogiannis, J. Wastiels, D. Van Hemelrijck, S. Palanivelu, W. Van Paepegem, J. Vantomme
Pages: 399 - 407

Limit strength of sandwich pipes filled with strain hardening cementitious composites
Author(s): C. An, X. Castello, R.D. Toledo Filho and S.F. Estefen
Pages: 409 - 419

Application potential of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): J. Hegger, A. Shams, C. Kulas and M. Horstmann
Pages: 421 - 428