Proceedings : Concrete Spalling due to Fire Exposure – 3rd International Workshop, Paris 2013

Title: Concrete Spalling due to Fire Exposure – 3rd International Workshop
Edited by P. Pimienta and F. Meftah
ISBN: 978-2-7598-1074-1
Pages: N/A
Publication date: 2013


To the memory of Prof. Ulrich Schneider
Pages: 7

Author(s): P. Pimienta, F. Meftah
Pages: 9

Experimental Investigation of Spalling Mechanisms

Fire Spalling of concrete - A historical overview
Author(s): R. Jansson
Pages: 13 - 24

An experimental investigation into the influence of specimen size, in-situ pore pressures and temperatures on the spalling of difference size concrete panels when exposed to a hydrocarbon fire
Author(s): M. Guerrieri, S. Fragomeni
Pages: 25 - 34

Spalling tests on embedded cores and slabs: A comparative study
Author(s): P. Pimienta, B. Moreau, R. Avenel, P. Peyrac, N. Taillefer, C. Larive, L. D’Aloia, P. Clec’h
Pages: 35 - 42

Thermal stress estimation in relation to spalling of HSC restrained with steel rings at high temperatures
Author(s): T. Tanibe, M. Ozawa, R. Kamata, R. Sato, K. Rokugo
Pages: 43 - 50

Effects of polypropylene fibre type on occurence of heat-induced concrete spalling
Author(s): C. Maluk, L. Bisby, G. Terrasi
Pages: 51 - 58

Effect of load on thermal spalling of reinforced concrete containing various mineral admixtures
Author(s): A. Rahim, U. Kr. Sharma, K. Murugesan, P. Arora
Pages: 59 - 66

Effect of compressive loading on the risk of spalling
Author(s): H. Carré, P. Pimienta, C. La Borderie, F. Pereira, J.-C. Mindeguia
Pages: 66 - 75

Spalling of concrete: A synthesis of experimental tests on slabs
Author(s): N. Taillefer, P. Pimienta, D. Dhima
Pages: 76 - 83

Spalling behaviour of nano SiO₂ high strength concrete at elevated temperatures
Author(s): A.H. Shah, U.K. Sharma, D.A.B. Roy, P. Bhargava
Pages: 84 - 91

Spalling of concrete - influence of porosity and specimen size and its critical factors regarding safety
Author(s): A. Korten, V. Wetzig
Pages: 92 - 99

Measures to Reduce or Prevent Spalling

Microstructural response of polypropylene fibres at high temperature to protect concrete from spalling
Author(s): M.C. Alonso, V. Flor-Laguna, M. Sanchez
Pages: 102 - 109

Concrete spalling sensitivity versus microstructure: Preliminary results on the effect of polypropylene fibers
Author(s): C. Rossino, F. Lo Monte, S. Cangiano, R. Felicetti, P.G. Gambarova
Pages: 110 - 119

The impact of the amount of polypropylene fibres on spalling behaviour and residual mechanical properties of Reactive Powder Concretes
Author(s): I. Hager, T. Zdeb, K. Krzemień
Pages: 120 - 127

Influence of length and dosage of polypropylene fibres on the spalling tendency and the residual properties of self-compacting concrete after heated at elevated temperatures
Author(s): K.K. Sideris, P. Manita
Pages: 128 - 135

The fire resistance of concrete with polypropylene fibers
Author(s): F.A. Corpas, B. González, L. Gómez, F. Rosa, J.M. Figueroa
Pages: 136 - 143

Preventive effect on spalling of UFC using jute fiber at high temperature
Author(s): M. Ozawa, Z. Bo, J. Kawaguchi, Y. Uchida
Pages: 144 - 149

Improving the behavior of concrete exposed to fire by using an air entraining agent (AEA): Assessment of spalling
Author(s): L. D’Aloia, F. Robert, P. Rougeau, B. Moreau, N. Flahault, C. Collignon
Pages: 150 - 157

Moisture, Pore Pressure and Innovative Techniques

Concrete spalling: Interaction between tensile behaviour and pore pressure during heating
Author(s): R. Felicetti, F. Lo Monte
Pages: 160 - 169

Prediction of fire spalling in fibre-reinforced high strength concrete
Author(s): R.B. Mugume, T. Horiguchi
Pages: 170 - 177

Fire spalling in concrete - The moisture effect, part II
Author(s): R.Jansson, L. Boström
Pages: 178 - 185

Neutron radiography of heated high-performance mortar
Author(s): B. Weber, M. Wyrzykowski, M. Griffa, S. Carl, E. Lehmann, P. Lura
Pages: 186 - 193

Combined NMR moisture, temperature and pressure measurements during heating
Author(s): L. Pel, S. Jaspers, F. Pereira, P. Pimienta, H. Carré
Pages: 194 - 201

Measurement systems to detect the time-dependant development of concrete spalling under fire exposure
Author(s): R. Richter, F. Dehn, J. Schmidt, M. Juknat, C.U. Grosse
Pages: 202 - 209

Permeability of concrete under thermal and compressive stress influence: an experimental study
Author(s): H. Lun, R. Lackner
Pages: 210 - 211

Spalling Assessment for Large Scale Structures

Large scale fire test on tunnel segment: Real boundary conditions in order to evaluate spalling sensitivity and fire resistance
Author(s): F. Robert, C. Collignon, M. Scalliet
Pages: 214 - 221

Design and performance of a skid-mounted portable compartment fire gas furnace and monitoring system
Author(s): K. Mueller, Y. Kurama, M. McGinnis, M. Lisk
Pages: 222 - 231

Advanced Modeling for Spalling Risk Assessment

A coupled thermo-hygro-chemo-mechanical model for the simulation of spalling of concrete subjected to fire loading
Author(s): M. Zeiml, Y. Zhang, C. Pichler, R. Lackner, H.A. Mang
Pages: 234 - 243

Spalling of concrete due to fire exposure: A coupled fracture mechanics and pore pressure approach
Author(s): B.B.G. Lottman, E.A.B. Koenders, C.B.M. Blom, J.C. Walraven
Pages: 244 - 251

Modelling explosive spalling and stress induced thermal strains of HPC exposed to high temperature
Author(s): J. Ožbolt, J. Bošnjak
Pages: 252 - 259

Prediction of the spatial occurence of fire induced spalling in concrete slabs using random fields
Author(s): R. Van Coile, P. Criel, R. Caspeele, L. Taerwe
Pages: 260 - 265

Fully coupled numerical simulation of fire in tunnels: From fire scenario to structural response
Author(s): F. Pesavento, B.A. Schrefler, D. Gawin, J. Principe
Pages: 266 - 273

Influence of moisture on fire resistance of side-plated RC beams
Author(s): J. Kolšek, M. Saje, I. Planinc, T. Hozjan
Pages: 274 - 281

On explicit modeling of polypropylene fiber effects on hydro-thermal behavior of heated concrete
Author(s): V.H. Tran, F. Meftah, L. Izoret, M. Behloul
Pages: 282 - 289

Aggregate behaviour in concrete materials under high temperature conditions
Author(s): G. Mazzuco, C. Majorana, V. Salomoni, G. Xotta
Pages: 290 - 291

Simplified stochastic modeling of concrete spalling due to fire
Author(s): I.J.J. van Straalen, R.D.J.M. Steenbergen, S.S.K. Lentzen, R. de Vries
Pages: 292 - 299

Fire Safety Assessment and Repair Techniques

Fire safety assessment and upgrading of existing traffic tunnels
Author(s): U. Diederichs, L. Bodnarova, V. Petranek
Pages: 302 - 313

Experimental assessment of concrete damage due to exposure to high temperature and efficacy of the repair system
Author(s): Y.K. Guruprasad, A. Ramaswamy
Pages: 314 - 319

Related Research

Thermal stability of different siliceous and calcareous aggregates subjected to high temperature
Author(s): R. Niry R., A.-L. Beaucour, R. Hebert, A. Noumowé, B. Ledésert, R. Bodet
Pages: 322 - 331

Characteristics of mechanical and rheological properties of concrete under heating conditions up to 200°C
Author(s): V. Korsun, A. Korsun, A. Volkov
Pages: 332 - 339

Residual characteristic properties of ternary blended steel fibre reinforced concrete subjected to sustained elevated temperature
Author(s): Deepa A. Sinha, A.K. Verma, K.B. Prakash
Pages: 340 - 349

Compressive strength at high temperature of a concrete made with recycled tire textile and steel fibers
Author(s): C. Calmeiro Santos, J.P.C. Rodrigues
Pages: 350 - 359

Spalling of concrete subjected to blast loading
Author(s): M. Foglar, M. Kovar
Pages: 360 - 367