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Proceedings pro121 : SynerCrete’18: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete: Synergizing Expertise and Bridging Scales of Space and Time Vol. 1 & 2


Title: SynerCrete’18: Interdisciplinary Approaches for Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete: Synergizing Expertise and Bridging Scales of Space and Time Vol. 1 & 2
Edited by: Miguel Azenha, Dirk Schlicke, Farid Benboudjema, Agnieszka Jędrzejewska
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-203-9
ISBN: 978-2-35158-202-2
Pages: 1154
Publication date: 2018

The focus of the conference is set to communicating, discussing and arousing progress in research, development and application of Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete, which have been attained through combination of expertise from distinct fields of knowledge. Indeed, in the words of Federico Capasso, a renowned Physicist who was one of the inventors of the quantum cascade laser:
“... we must not think of science in a disciplinary way, by making boxes. Nature does not know what physics, chemistry or biology is! It is a question of putting an end to the positivist philosophy of Auguste Comte, fortunately in decline of speed, which classified the disciplines and despised the experimental activity.”
The intent of this conference was therefore to provide added value through collaboration and by bringing together researchers and practitioners with similar views in regard to interdisciplinary approaches in the fields of Cement-based Materials and Structural Concrete: it is about Synergizing expertise on the ultimate goal of Structural ConcCrete, hence the acronym SynerCrete, was chosen for the conference. Exciting fields of research such as performance-based design, 3D modelling for analysis/design, Building Information Modelling and even robotics (e.g. digital fabrication or robotics design) were included, while retaining focus on multi-scale approaches at time and spatial levels.
SynerCrete’18 also marks the end of COST Action TU1404 “Towards the next generation of standards for service life of cement-based materials and structures” (www.tu1404.eu), offering a final forum to the discussions raised during the funded period of the Action, that started 4 years ago in 2014. The conference is an opportunity for the 304 COST Action members to deepen their collaboration and to focus on activities that allow the continuation of the net- working which was established by the Action. A sense of accomplishment is felt by all the members of the Action, in the view of the important achievements of networking tools that were brought about by the extended Round Robin Testing Programme (RRT+), the Numerical Benchmarking Activities and 24 Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs). Indeed, a remarkable number of papers that have been published in the two volumes of these Conference Proceedings are directly a result of one of the aforementioned networking tools.
The conference has consisted of 8 key-note speakers and 180 regular papers presented over 3 days. It is also relevant to emphasize the collaboration of another COST Action in SynerCrete: COST Action CA15202 “Self-healing As preventive Repair of COncrete Structures – SARCOS”, which has an important contribution to the purposes of COST TU1404.
A further remark in regard to the wide international institutional support that this conference attained, is about the direct support of RILEM, fib, JCI and ACI. Specifically, with regard to the Japanese Concrete Institute, a mention is given to the special session dedicated to the most recent version of “JCI Guidelines for Control of Cracking of Mass Concrete”, as it was indeed one of the most inspiring documents that influenced the genesis of COST Action TU1404.
A final word is given in regard to the location of the conference which combines implicit symbolisms. Firstly, this is the only event of COST Action TU1404 taking place in Portugal, which is the home country of the Grant Holder and Chairman of the Action. Secondly, the conference venue is the island of Madeira, therefore not in mainland Portugal, putting attention to one of the remotest regions of Europe, officially classified as one of the eight ultra- peripheral regions of the European Union.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Miguel Azenha, Dirk Schlicke, Farid Benboudjema, Agnieszka Jędrzejewska
Pages: XVII - XVIII

VOLUME - 1


KEYNOTE LECTURES


Innovation in research on new binders
Author(s): John Provis
Pages: 3-9

Understanding of material dependent structural behavior for aging management of concrete structures
Author(s): Ippei Maruyama
Pages: 11-20

Innovative ways in condition assessment of concrete bridge decks: Data collection using robotics, and advanced data interpretation and visualization
Author(s): Nenad Gucunski, Jinyoung Kim, Kien Dinh, Jie Gong, Fei Liu, Seong-Hoon Kee, Basily Basily
Pages: 21-28

Demonstration projects with self-healing capsule-based and bacteria- based concrete
Author(s): Nele De Belie, Maria Araujo, Tim Van Mullem, Elke Gruyaert
Pages: 29-38

COST ACTION TU1404 - RRT+, NUMERICAL BENCHMARKING AND RECOMMENDATIONS


Compiled cost action RRT+ results from NTNU: Determination of parameters required for early age crack assessment
Author(s): Anja Estensen Klausen, Terje Kanstad, Emmanuel Rozičre
Pages: 41-46

Mechanical properties of cement based materials – Extended Round Robin Test of cost action TU1404
Author(s): Violeta Bokan Bosiljkov, Marjeta Kramar Fijavž, Marijana Serdar
Pages: 47-54

Strength and elastic properties of cement based materials – contribution of university of Ljubljana to the RRT+ of cost action TU1404
Author(s): Martin Klun, Lucija Strmšek, Violeta Bokan Bosiljkov
Pages: 55-60

Volume stability of cement-based materials: Round-Robin Testing within cost action TU1404
Author(s): Emmanuel Roziere, Marijana Serdar, Stéphanie Staquet, Dirk Schlicke, Miguel Azenha, Ahmed Zakarya Bendimerad, Brice Delsaute, Vinciane Dieryck, Jacek Gołaszewski, José Granja, Terje Kanstad, Anja Klausen, Zhenming Li, Elica Marušić, Martina Pezer, Antonio Ribeiro, Sofia Ribeiro, Aljoša Šajna, François Toutlemonde, Guang Ye, Behzad Zahabizadeh
Pages: 61-66

Benchmark numerical simulation in micro-level within the cost action 1404
Author(s): Peng Gao, Hua Dong, Jiayi Chen, Guang Ye
Pages: 67-72

Comparison between the experimental measurement results and the micromechanical modelling on the ageing basic creep of vercors concrete
Author(s): Shun Huang, Julien Sanahuja, Luc Dormieux, Benoit Bary, Eric Lemarchand, Laurent Charpin, Romain Thion
Pages: 73-78

Macroscopic hygro-mechanical modeling of Restrained Ring Test - results from cost TU1404 benchmark
Author(s): Vít Šmilauer, Tobias Gasch, Arnaud Delaplace, David Bouhjiti, Fragkoulis Kanavaris, Miguel Azenha, Laurie Lacarričre
Pages: 79-84

Background for a new Eurocode 2-annex: Evaluation of early-age and long-term cracking due to restrained deformations
Author(s): Terje Kanstad, Anja Klausen
Pages: 85-90

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED MATERIAL TESTING


A concrete home for marine micro inhabitants
Author(s): Atteyeh S. Natanzi, Ciaran McNally
Pages: 93-98

Amino-alcohols as corrosion inhibitors against sulphate-induced corrosion of mild steel reinforcement in fresh calcium sulphoaluminate based cementitious materials: Preliminary studies
Author(s): Yegor Morozov, Simone Pellegrini, Sergio Lorenzi, Fátima Montemor
Pages: 99-104

Aspects of activated fly ash: a comparative study of different mechanical treatments
Author(s): Alexander Mezhov, Ursula Pott, Dietmar Stephan, Konstantin Kovler
Pages: 105-110

Assessment of internal relative humidity and temperature of cement based materials – parallel study using two sensor systems
Author(s): Martin Klun, Violeta Bokan Bosiljkov, Samo Beguš, Slaven Ranogajec, Zvonko Jagličić
Pages: 111-116

Carbonation resistance of high-volume fly ash (HVFA) mortar: effect of applied CO2 concentration
Author(s): Philip Van den Heede, Didier Snoeck, Tim Van Mullem, Nele De Belie
Pages: 117-122

Characterisation of concrete pumping behaviour
Author(s): Egor Secrieru, Viktor Mechtcherine
Pages: 123-128

Chloride diffusion resistance of limestone calcined clay cement (LC3) concrete
Author(s): Quang Dieu Nguyen, Mohammad Khan, Arnaud Castel
Pages: 129-134

Comparison of standard concrete and eco-concrete in respect to technical, environmental and durability performance
Author(s): Joachim Juhart, Rok Bregar, Gheorge David, Markus Krüger
Pages: 135-140

Compressive strength development of fly ash concretes cured under different conditions
Author(s): Tayfun Altuğ Söylev, Turan Özturan
Pages: 141-146

Development of a heating mortar block system for snow melting through quasi microwaves
Author(s): Yosuke Ito, Shinji Kawabe
Pages: 147-152

Durability properties of autoclaved aerated and high performance foamed concrete
Author(s): Genadijs Sahmenko, Aleksandrs Korjakins, Eva Namsone
Pages: 153-158

Effect of initial curing on corrosion behavior on steel bars in FA concrete under dry and wet actions
Author(s): Wakako Sugino, Keiyuu Kawaai, Isao Ujike
Pages: 159-164

Effect of marble powder waste on the properties of self compacting concrete
Author(s): Ali M. Mansor, Asaad A. Elshab, Ruben P. Borg, Ahmed M. M. Hamed
Pages: 165-170

Estimating the stress development in early age concrete with mineral additions from coupled measurements
Author(s): Jérôme Carette, Brice Delsaute, Stéphanie Staquet
Pages: 171-176

Evaluation of strength of reinforced concrete slabs operating under the changing water level
Author(s): Raimondas Šadzevičius, Rosita Norvaišienė, Edita Smetonaitė
Pages: 177-182

Experimental investigation of accelerators in floor concrete mixture under cold climatic conditions
Author(s): Themistoklis Tsalkatidis, Even Solbraa
Pages: 183-188

Experimental investigation of new cement composites long-term properties
Author(s): Andina Sprince, Leonids Pakrastinsh, Liga Radina
Pages: 189-194

Experimental procedures for determining the level of segregation of lightweight concretes
Author(s): Afonso Miguel Solak, Antonio José Tenza-Abril, Francisco Baeza-Brotons, Victoria Eugenia García-Vera, Marcos Lanzón
Pages: 195-200

Exposition to acid attack of mortars with nanosilica, zinc stearate and ethyl silicate coating
Author(s): Victoria García-Vera, Antonio Tenza-Abril, Marcos Lanzón, Afonso Miguel Solak
Pages: 201-206

Gas diffusion in cementitious materials: test methods review
Author(s): Fabien Gendron, Mouna Boumaaza, Philippe Turcry, Bruno Huet, Abdelkarim Aďt-Mokhtar
Pages: 207-212

Heat of hydration of ternary-, quaternary-blended cements
Author(s): Arnaud Delaplace, Denis Garcia, Marie Bayle, Quentin Favre-Victoire
Pages: 213-218

Hydration process of natural hydraulic lime blended cement mortars
Author(s): Reda Jaafri, Emmanuel Rozičre, Syed Yasir Alam, Ahmed Loukili
Pages: 219-224

Improvement of microwave absorption characteristics by sintering slag as aggregate
Author(s): Haruki Taguchi, Yosuke Ito, Shinji Kawabe
Pages: 225-230

Influence of recycled aggregate and recycled sand on the development of the early age properties of concrete since setting
Author(s): Brice Delsaute, Stéphanie Staquet
Pages: 231-236

Influence of selected factors on uncertanity of rheological measurement of fresh mortars
Author(s): Jacek Golaszewski, Grzegorz Cygan, Małgorzata Gołaszewska
Pages: 237-242

Influence of the mixture composition of cementitious pastes with optimized packing density on setting and hardening studied by ultrasound investigation
Author(s): Markus Krüger, Rok Bregar, Gheorghe Alexandru David, Joachim Juhart
Pages: 243-248

Influence of ugandan volcanic scoria as aggregates in concrete
Author(s): Stephen O. Ekolu, Kgashane T. Moila, Mikaash Bhagwager, Harry Quainoo
Pages: 249-254

Investigation, assessment and realtime readjustment of the rheological properties of self compacting concrete
Author(s): Ivan Parić, Wolfgang Kusterle
Pages: 255-260

Macro- and micro-structure evaluations of recycled post-consumer glass cementitious material for concrete
Author(s): Marija Krstic, Julio F. Davalos
Pages: 261-266

Monitoring fresh cementitious material by Digital Image Correlation (DIC)
Author(s): Evin Dildar Dzaye, Geert De Schutter, Dimitrios Aggelis
Pages: 267-272

New insights on the segregation due to manufacture conditions of lightweight aggregate concretes
Author(s): Afonso Miguel Solak, Antonio José Tenza-Abril, Francisco Baeza-Brotons, Victoria Eugenia García-Vera, Marcos Lanzón
Pages: 273-278

Particle-matrix proportioning of high strength lightweight aggregate concrete
Author(s): Elisabeth Leite Skare, Jelena Zivkovic, Stefan Jacobsen, Jan Arve Řverli
Pages: 279-284

Photocatalytic novel concrete material application and its life time standard testing
Author(s): František Peterka
Pages: 285-290

Physical evolution of the interface of fresh concrete/formwork from placement to setting time
Author(s): Typhanie Craipeau, Arnaud Perrot, Fabrice Toussaint, Thibaut Lecompte
Pages: 291-296

Properties of cement with increased lithium content
Author(s): Theodor Staněk, Alexandra Rybová, Anežka Zezulová, Martin Boháč
Pages: 297-302

Proposal of a test setup for simultaneous application of axial restraint and vertical loads to slab-like specimens: sizing principles and application
Author(s): José Gomes, Miguel Azenha, José Granja, Rui Faria, Carlos Sousa, Behzad Zahabizadeh, Ali Edalat-Behbahani, Dirk Schlicke
Pages: 303-308

Resistance to sulfate and acid attack of self-compacting concrete with recycled aggregates
Author(s): Said Kenai, Mohamed Omrane
Pages: 309-314

Self-compacting concrete with recycled concrete aggregate as ecological material
Author(s): Iva Despotovic, Ksenija Jankovic, Dragan Bojovic, Marko Stojanovic
Pages: 315-320

Standard and innovative characterization of strength, stiffness, and non-aging creep of concrete at early ages
Author(s): Mario Ausweger, Eva Binder, Olaf Lahayne, Roland Reihsner, Gerald Maier, Martin Peyerl, Bernhard Pichler
Pages: 321-326

Stress distribution in restrained ring test due to drying and autogenous shrinkage
Author(s): Semion Zhutovsky
Pages: 327-332

Study on characteristics of tensile strength of concrete considering temperature dependence in mass concrete structures
Author(s): Hiroki Izumi, Jun-ichi Arai, Toshiaki Mizobuchi
Pages: 333-338

Sulphate-induced corrosion of steel reinforcement in fresh calcium sulphoaluminate binders: preliminary studies
Author(s): Yegor Morozov, Simone Pellegrini, Sergio Lorenzi, Fátima Montemor
Pages: 339-344

The development of the early-age elastic modulus in cement-materials with different water coefficient
Author(s): Romana Halamová, Dalibor Kocáb, Barbara Kucharczyková, Petr Daněk
Pages: 345-350

The use of acoustic methods to describe the behaviour of cement pastes in the early stage of ageing
Author(s): Michaela Hoduláková, Libor Topolář, Barbara Kucharczyková, Dalibor Kocáb
Pages: 351-356

Time dependent of young's modulus of concrete in very early age
Author(s): Tatsuya Usui, Takeda Hitoshi, Hiroshi Murata, Takuya Tani
Pages: 357-362

Utilising excavated rock material from tunnel boring machines (TBMS) for concrete
Author(s): Torjus Berdal, Pĺl Drevland Jakobsen, Stefan Jacobsen
Pages: 363-368

Water absorption changes in mortars with crystalline admixture exposed to acid environment
Author(s): Victoria Eugenia García-Vera, Antonio José Tenza-Abril, Marcos Lanzón, Afonso Miguel Solak, Concepción Pla, David Benavente
Pages: 369-374

X-ray microtomographic images of fibre concrete composites fabricated using different methods
Author(s): Zbigniew Ranachowski, Marcin Lewandowski, Krzysztof Schabowicz, Tomasz Gorzelańczyk, Stanislav Kudela Jr, Tomas Dvorak
Pages: 375-380

GEOPOLYMERS AND ALKALI-ACTIVATED MATERIALS


Acoustic emission parameters of alkali activated fly ash specimens with hemp fibres under static loading
Author(s): Libor Topolář, Hana Šimonová, Barbara Kucharczyková
Pages: 383-388

Alkali activated materials: review of current problems and possible solutions
Author(s): Adeyemi Adesina
Pages: 389-394

Alkali-activated blend of calcined lateritic soil and waste marble slurry
Author(s): Luca Valentini, Ludovico Mascarin, Enrico Garbin, Maria Chiara Dalconi
Pages: 395-399

Characterization of the self-healing effect through pore structure and durability of alkali-activated cement concrete
Author(s): Pavel Krivenko, Igor Rudenko, Oleh Petropavlovskiy, Oles' Lastivka
Pages: 401-406

Durability of calcium sulfoaluminate – portland cement blends
Author(s): Gultekin Ozan Ucal, Mehmet Kemal Ardoga, Melike Sucu, Tughan Delibas, Ismail Ozgur Yaman
Pages: 407-412

Early-age cracking tendency of alkali-activated slag binders compared to ordinary portland cement
Author(s): Farah Rifai, Aveline Darquennes, Benoist Muzeau, Lavinia Stefan, Farid Benboudjema
Pages: 413-418

Effect of bauxite content and fineness on compressive strength of volcanic ash-based geopolymer mortars
Author(s): Léonel N. Tchadjié, Stephen O. Ekolu
Pages: 419-424

Effect of compacting pressure and carbonation duration on carbon dioxide activated binders.
Author(s): Pedro Humbert, Joăo Castro Gomes
Pages: 425-429

Effect of green activators on the properties of alkali activated materials: a review
Author(s): Adeyemi Adesina
Pages: 431-436

Effect of temperature on rheological properties of alkali activated brick powder based pastes
Author(s): Martin Vyšvařil, Pavla Rovnaníková
Pages: 437-442

Experimental study of the chemical deformation of metakaolin based geopolymer
Author(s): Zhenming Li, Guang Ye
Pages: 443-448

Flexural behavior and strengthening of geopolymer concrete beams reinforced with GFRP bars using CRPP sheets
Author(s): Abdalla Elbana, M Talha Junaid, Salah Altoubat
Pages: 449-454

Hybrid alkaliactivated portland cements
Author(s): LukᚠKalina, Vlastimil Bílek Jr., Lada Bradová, Radoslav Novotný, TomᚠOpravil, František Šoukal
Pages: 455-460

Influence of sodium hydroxide concentration on mechanical parameters of fly ash-based geopolymer
Author(s): Natalia Paszek, Marcin Górski
Pages: 461-466

Investigation on strength development in geopolymer made of power plant fly ash suspension
Author(s): Szymon Dawczyński, Anita Kajzer, Marcin Górski
Pages: 467-472

Self-sensing properties of alkali-activated slag composite with carbon nanotubes
Author(s): Pavel Rovnaník, Míková Maria, Ivo Kusák, Pavel Schmid, Libor Topolář
Pages: 473-478

Solidification/stabilization of port sediments contaminated by heavy metals and tbt using slag-based binders
Author(s): Tanya Gutsalenko, Alexandra Bourdot, Peter Seymour, Laurent Frouin, Mohend Chaouche
Pages: 479-484

BIO-BASED MATERIALS


Alganite-bacillus subtilis based repair materials for sealing cracks in concrete
Author(s): Masahiko Ide, Keiyuu Kawaai, Isao Ujike
Pages: 487-492

Effect of anisotropy on thermal and hygric properties of hemp composite
Author(s): Florence Collet, Sylvie Pretot, Brahim Mazhoud, Christophe Lanos
Pages: 493-498

Evaluation of the potential of corn and sunflower bark particles as bio-aggregates for lightweight concrete
Author(s): Alexandra Bourdot, Camille Magniont, Méryl Lagouin, Guillaume Lambaré, Laurent Labonne, Philippe Evon
Pages: 499-504

Evolution of hemp concrete properties exposed to different types of environments
Author(s): Guillaume Delannoy, Sandrine Marceau, Philippe Glé, Etienne Gourlay, Marielle Guéguen-Minerbe, Sofiane Amziane, Fabienne Farcas
Pages: 505-510

Influence of filler effect and pozzolanic reaction of biomass ashes on mechanical properties of cement mortars
Author(s): Vlastimir Radonjanin, Mirjana Malešev, Slobodan Šupić, Miroslava Radeka
Pages: 511-516

In-plane racking strength of timber walls filled with hemp concrete
Author(s): Husam Wadi, Sofiane Amziane, Evelyne Toussaint, Mustapha Taazount
Pages: 517-522

Life cycle assessment of bio-based construction panels with magnesium binder
Author(s): Maris Sinka, Aleksandrs Korjakins, Diana Bajare, Genadijs Sahmenko
Pages: 523-528

Market potential of wood biomass ash utilisation in cement composities - Croatian case study
Author(s): Nina Štirmer, Ivana Carević, Bojan Milovanović, Ana Baričević
Pages: 529-534

Mechanical performance, shrinkage and weathering of treated hemp concrete
Author(s): Mohammed Sonebi, C. Sentenac, Sofiane Amziane
Pages: 535-540

Mechanical prediction of w.c.c. properties: experimental study and analytical modeling
Author(s): Jean Gérard Ndong Engone, Ahmed El-Moumen, Chafika Djelal, Abdellatif Imad, Yannick Vanhove
Pages: 541-546

Risk assessment of mold growth in hemp concrete
Author(s): Dmytro Kosiachevskyi, Kamilia Abahri, Mohend Chaouche, Evelyne Prat, Anne Daubresse, Cécile Bousquet
Pages: 547-552

VOLUME 2


MULTI-PHYSICS SIMULATION AND STRUCTURAL DESIGN


CONCRETE CASTING AND LIFETIME CONDITIONS IMPACT ON HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE
Author(s): Giuseppe Sciumč (1), Stefano Dal Pont (2), Dorjan Dauti (2)
Pages: 555 - 560

DAMAGE INVESTIGATION AND ANALYTICAL INVESTIGATION OF PILOTIS-TYPE RC BUILDING IN THE 2016 KUMAMOTO EARTHQUAKE
Author(s): Masaru Shimazu (1)
Pages: 561-566

EFFECT OF HUMIDITY AND ELEVATED TEMPERATURE ON THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Laurie Lacarričre (1), Ponleu Chhun (1), Alain Sellier (1)
Pages: 567-572

EFFECT OF PARTIAL RESTRAINING CONDITIONS AND POISSON’S RATIO IN BOTTOM-RESTRAINED WALLS
Author(s): Dirk Schlicke (1), Lýdia Matiašková (2), Július Šoltész (2)
Pages: 573-578

GAMMA AND X RADIATION ABSORPTION CHARACTERISTICS OF SPECIALLY SELECTED TYPES OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Srboljub Stankovic (1), Ksenija Jankovic (2)
Pages: 579-583

HYDRO-MECHANICAL MODELLING OF SELF INDUCED STRESSES: IMPACT OF DRYING GRADIENTS ON DAMAGE
Author(s): François Soleilhet (1), Farid Benboudjema (1), Xavier Jourdain (1), Fabrice Gatuingt (1)
Pages: 585-590

NUMERICAL MODELING OF POROUS MEDIA FREEZING PROCESS BY MEANS OF A NON-EQUILIBRIUM APPROACH
Author(s): Dariusz Gawin (1), Francesco Pesavento (2)
Pages: 591-596

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF EARLY-AGE CONCRETE BEHAVIOUR OF AN ARCH DAM
Author(s): Noemi Schclar Leităo (1), Eloísa Castilho (1)
Pages: 597-602

NUMERICAL STUDY OF CHLORIDE INGRESS IN CONCRETE: EFFECT OF EXPOSURE CONCENTRATION
Author(s): Mohamad Achour (1,2), Ouali Amiri (2), François Bignonnet (2), Emmanuel Rozičre (1), Mahdi Haidar (2)
Pages: 603-608

PARAMETRIC STUDY OF THE MINIMUM REQUIRED REINFORCEMENT FOR CRACKING CONTROL IN THICK RESTRAINED RC MEMBERS BASED ON THERMO-HYGRO- MECHANICAL FE ANALYSES
Author(s): Carlos Sousa (1), Miguel Azenha (2), Cláudio Ferreira (1), Rui Faria (1)
Pages: 609-614

PARAMETRIC STUDY ON DAMAGES AND STRENGTH BEHAVIOUR OF POST-TENSIONED GIRDERS IN DECHATIWONG BRIDGES
Author(s): Nat Hanwiboonwat(1), Tidarut Jirawattanasomkul (1), Songpol Charuvisit (1), Nattamet Wuttiwannasak (1), Nuttapong Kongwang (1), Chinapat Banluelap (1), Tawan Norsakul (1)
Pages: 615-620

PARAMETRIC STUDY ON DAPPED-END OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE GIRDER IN DECHATIWONG BRIDGE USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Author(s): Nuttapong Kongwang (1), Tidarut Jirawattanasomkul (1), Wanakorn Prayoonwet (2), Songpol Charuvisit (1)
Pages: 621-626

PREDICTION OF THE IMPACT OF SHRINKAGE ON CONCRETE STRENGTH WITH THE BEAM-PARTICLE APPROACH
Author(s): Nicolas Chan (1), Cécile Oliver-Leblond (1), Farid Benboudjema (1), Frédéric Ragueneau (1), François Soleilhet (1)
Pages: 627-632

THERMOMECHANICAL MODELLING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW BUILDING METHOD FOR BASEMENTS OF CONVENTIONAL HOUSINGS
Author(s): Dirk Schlicke (1), Thomas Hochgatterer (2), Martin Zabern (2), Alexander Glebe (2), Alexander Reinisch (2)
Pages: 633-638

MULTI-SCALE IN TIME AND SPACE MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTS


A NEW CREEP TEST METHOD FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE TENSION MEMBERS UNDER CONSTANT LOADING
Author(s): Eugenijus Gudonis (1*), Pui-Lam Ng (1,2), Shao-Hua Chu (2), Aleksandr Sokolov (1)
Pages: 641-646

AN EXPERIMENT-BASED FE APPROACH TO ANALYZE EARLY- AGE TEMPERATURE AND STRAIN DISTRIBUTION IN LARGE- DIMENSION CONCRETE WALL
Author(s): Yan Geng (1), Suduo Xue (1), Xiongyan Li (1), Jinguang Li (2)
Pages: 647-652

ASSESSING THE CO2-BINDING OF CONCRETE DURING ITS SERVICE LIFE
Author(s): Andreas Leemann (1), Fritz Hunkeler (2), Heiner Widmer (3)
Pages: 653-658

CREEP PROPERTIES OF POLYMER PARTICLES IN POLYMER- MODIFIED CEMENT PASTES, QUANTIFIED BY MEANS OF MULTISCALE MODELING
Author(s): Luise Göbel (1,2), Markus Königsberger (2,3), Andrea Osburg (1), Bernhard Pichler (2)
Pages: 659-664

DEVELOPMENT OF PORE-SCALE MODEL FOR INGRESS OF CO2 BRINE THROUGH CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Ravi A. Patel (1), Nikolaos I. Prasianakis (1)
Pages: 665-670

EARLY AGE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND SHRINKAGE OF BLENDED CEMENT CONCRETE CONTAINING SLAG
Author(s): Tahsin Alper Yikici(1), Egemen Kesler (2), Yilmaz Akkaya (2)
Pages: 671-676

EARLY-AGE EVOLUTION OF ELASTIC STIFFNESS AND COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF RECYCLED CONCRETE: INSIGHTS FROM MULTISCALE MICROMECHANICS MODELING
Author(s): Markus Königsberger (1), Stéphanie Staquet (1)
Pages: 677-682

EFFECT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE AT EARLY AGE ON INTERFACIAL TRANSITION ZONE AND MATERIAL PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Shingo Asamoto (1), Ryosuke Yuguchi (1), Isao Kurashige (2), Pang-Jo Chun (3)
Pages: 683-688

EFFECT OF THE MATURATION PRESSURE ON MECHANICAL AND HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES OF OILWELL CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Issam Takla (1), Nicolas Burlion (1), Jian-Fu Shao (1), Thomas Rougelot (1)
Pages: 689-694

ESTIMATION OF SETTING TIME IN CONCRETE THROUGH MODELLING OF ULTRASONIC PARAMETERS
Author(s): Ivan Gabrijel (1), Mario Pintar (1)
Pages: 695-700

EULERIAN TWO-PHASE COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS MODEL OF A CONCRETE SCREW MIXER
Author(s): Nicolň Beccati (1), Cristian Ferrari (1)
Pages: 701-706

FROM DISORDERED TO ORDERED PACKINGS: A NEW PACKING MODEL FOR UHPC?
Author(s): Gerard Roquier (1)
Pages: 707-712

HOW DOES THE SIZE OF AGGREGATES AFFECT PERMEABILITY OF DAMAGED CONCRETE?
Author(s): Marta Choinska (1), Stéphanie Bonnet (1), Aurélie Fabien (1, 2), Hayder Al-Khazraji (1, 3), Abdelhafid Khelidj (1)
Pages: 713-718

IMPACT OF DRYING RATE ON DELAYED STRAINS IN CEMENT- BASED MATERIALS
Author(s): Marta Choinska (1), Stéphanie Bonnet (1), Aurélie Fabien (1, 2), Hayder Al-Khazraji (1, 3), Abdelhafid Khelidj (1)
Pages: 719-723

INFLUENCE OF THE FLEXIBILITY OF CALCIUM SILICATE HYDRATES LAYERS ON THE MESOTEXTURE: COARSE GRAINED SIMULATIONS ACCOUNTING FOR THREE-BODY INTERACTIONS
Author(s): Tulio Honorio (1,2)
Pages: 725-730

INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CRYSTALLINE CALCIUM SILICATE HYDRATES: GRAND CANONICAL SIMULATION OF PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
Author(s): Tulio Honorio (1,2)
Pages: 731-736

MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISATION OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS (CBM) USING THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF ULTRASONIC PROPAGATION
Author(s): José Vicente Fuente (1), Sreejith Nanukuttan (2), Jorge Gosalbez (3), Neil Campbell (4)
Pages: 737-742

MICROSTRUCTURE-BASED PREDICTION OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENT PASTE AT EARLY AGES
Author(s): Hadi Mazaheripour (1), Amin Abrishambaf (1) , Rui Faria (1), Miguel Azenha (2), Guang Ye (3)
Pages: 743-48

MULTI-SCALE MODELING AND NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING: ASSESSING WATER CONTENT OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Vincent Guihard (1,2), Jean-Luc Adia (3), Julien Sanahuja (3)
Pages: 749-754

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DRYING KINETICS IN 3D CONCRETE SPECIMENS OF DIFFERENT SIZE
Author(s): Benoit Bary (1), Stéphane Poyet (1)
Pages: 755-760

NUMERICALLY ACCELERATED CHEMICAL EVOLUTION IN CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS
Author(s): Janez Perko (1), Diederik Jacques(1)
Pages: 761-766

PARTICLE MODEL FOR THE PREDICTION OF LONG-TERM DEFORMABILITY PROPERTIES OF DAM CONCRETE
Author(s): Carlos Serra (1), Nuno Monteiro Azevedo (1), António Lopes Batista (1)
Pages: 767-772

SCALE EFFECT ON ALKALI-SILICA REACTION
Author(s): Jacques Jabbour (1) (2) (3), Aveline Darquennes (2), Loic Divet (3), Rachid Bennacer (2), Jean-Michel Torrenti (3), Georges Nahas (1)
Pages: 773-778

SMALL SCALE FRACTURE PROPERTIES OF CEMENT PASTE AND ALKALI-ACTIVATED FLY ASH
Author(s): J. Němeček (1), J. Němečková (1), J. Němeček (1), J. Maňák (2)
Pages: 779-784

STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB SUBJECTED TO FIRE AND EXPLOSION
Author(s): Jiangpeng Shu(1), Terje Kanstad(1), Max Hendriks(1) (2), Jan A. Řverli(1), Assis Barenys(1)
Pages: 785-790

THE IMPACT OF C-S-H NANOSTRUCTURE ON AUTOGENOUS SHRINKAGE AND SORPTION ISOTHERMS
Author(s): Enrico Masoero (1), Giovanni Di Luzio (2), Gianluca Cusatis (3)
Pages: 791-796

BIM AND STRUCTURAL CONCRETE


BIM FOR PRECAST
Author(s): Peter Karlsson (1)
Pages: 799-804

COST-OPTIMAL ANALYSIS OF CONCRETE SOLUTIONS FOR SINGLE-FAMILY NZEBS APPLYING AN OPEN BIM WORKFLOW
Author(s): Afonso Miguel Solak (1,2), Javier Pereiro-Barceló (2)
Pages: 805-810

INTEGRATED APPLICATION OF ADVANCED SURVEYING TECHNIQUES AND BIM FOR INSPECTION AND ASSET MANAGEMENT OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGES
Author(s): Miguel Azenha (1), Gabriel Sousa (1), José Matos (1), José Sena-Cruz (1), Vitor Brito (2)
Pages: 811-816

STRUCTURAL DESIGN WITH OPENBIM: FROM THE ARCHITECTURAL MODEL TO THE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS WITH A STATE-OF-THE-ART CALCULATION ENGINE
Author(s): Javier Pereiro-Barceló (1), Afonso Miguel Solak (1,2)
Pages: 817-822

THE ROAD TO SENSOR-DRIVEN CLOUD-BASED INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Author(s): Carlos G. Berrocal (1,2), Ignasi Fernandez (1), Rasmus Rempling (1,3)
Pages: 823-828

DIGITAL FABRICATION AND ROBOTICS


A 3D PRINTER OF CEMENT MORTARS BASED ON INITIAL DEPOSITION OF DRY MATERIALS
Author(s): Miguel Azenha (1), Caetano Monteiro (2), Ricardo Morais (1)
Pages: 831-836

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE DIAGNOSTIC ROBOT SYSTEM (ALP) BY CONCRETE WALL MOVING MECHANISM USING VACUUM SUCTION PAD
Author(s): Junichiro Nojima (1), Toshiaki Mizobuchi (2)
Pages: 837-841

THE ROLE OF VARIOUS AGGREGATES ON RHEOLOGY OF FRESH 3D PRINTING CONCRETE
Author(s): Martin Boháč (1), Bohdan Nešpor (1), Theodor Staněk (1)
Pages: 843-848

ON-SITE MONITORING AND STRUCTURAL CONDITION ASSESSMENT


AN INVESTIGATION ON APPROPRIATE CURING REGIMES FOR PRECAST CONCRETE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS WITH GGBS USING MATURITY FUNCTIONS
Author(s): Fragkoulis Kanavaris(1)*, Marios Soutsos(2), Jian-Fei Chen(2), Sreejith Nanukuttan(2)
Pages: 851-856

DETECTION, ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING OF COMMON ANOMALIES IN CONCRETE DAMS
Author(s): Joăo Conde Silva (1)
Pages: 857-862

DETERIORATION DIAGNOSIS TECHNIQUE OF POLYMER CEMENT WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES BY DIFFERENCE IN THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CONSTITUENT MATERIALS USING ACTIVE THERMOGRAPHY
Author(s): Masayuki Tsukagoshi (1), Hiroki Toyoda (1), Takao Ueda (1), Masashi Ishikawa (1)
Pages: 863-868

EVALUATION OF THE MATERIAL EMBEDDED IN CONCRETE BY ULTRASONIC AND GPR IMAGES
Author(s): Sofia Aparicio (1), José Vicente Fuente (2), Dalmay Lluveras (1), Miguel A.G. Izquierdo (3), Margarita Gonzáles Hernández (1), José Javier Anaya Velayos (1)
Pages: 869-874

INCREASE CONCRETE QUALITY DURING DESIGN AND EXECUTION PHASE
Author(s): Stefan Scheuchelbauer (1), Massimo Maffezzoli (1), Alexander Reinisch (1)
Pages: 875-880

INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF CONCRETE BRIDGES: INVESTIGATION OF MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE MECHANISMS VS. LOCATIONS
Author(s): R.M. Chandima Ratnayake (1), Yousef Saad (1), Kamshan Karunaharan (1), Samindi M.K.Samarakoon (1)
Pages: 881-886

OVERVIEW ON THE MULTI-DECADE DATABASE OF PORTUGUESE LARGE CONCRETE DAMS MONITORING DATA
Author(s): António Tavares de Castro (1), José Barateiro (1), Carlos Serra (1)
Pages: 887-892

LOAD-BEARING PERFORMANCE SIMPLE EVALUATION SYSTEM OF RC BRIDGE DETERIORATED CAUSED BY SALT DAMAGE
Author(s): Hitoshi Ito (1), Toshiaki Mizobuchi (2)
Pages: 893-898

SCIENTIFIC INSIGHTS VS. STANDARDIZATION


A COMPARISON OF TWO MAJOR APPROACHES USED FOR CONCRETE STRENGTH PREDICTION FOR DIFFERENT CONCRETE TYPES
Author(s): Seda Yesilmen (1), Sinan Kefeli (1)
Pages: 901-906

A SIMPLIFIED 1D STRESS APPROACH FOR CRACKING RISK PREDICTION
Author(s): Luis Ebensperger (1)
Pages: 907-912

EXPERIMENTAL SETUP FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF LONG TERM BOND AND CRACK WIDTHS IN RC TIES UNDER CONSTANT AXIAL FORCE
Author(s): Carlos Sousa (1), Mário Pimentel (1), Amin Abrishambaf (1), Rui Faria (1), Miguel Azenha (2)
Pages: 613-618

INFLUENCE OF CARBONATION AND CONCRETE SPECIMEN SIZE ON GAS DIFFUSION COEFFICIENT
Author(s): Carlos Sousa (1), Mário Pimentel (1), Amin Abrishambaf (1), Rui Faria (1), Miguel Azenha (2)
Pages: 919-924

INFLUENCE OF PRESTRESS LOSSES ON THE DYNAMIC OVER STATIC CAPACITY RATIOS OF RAILWAY CONCRETE SLEEPERS
Author(s): Chayut Ngamkhanong (1),(2), Sakdirat Kaewunruen (1),(2)
Pages: 919-924

THE INFLUENCE OF SLAG CHEMISTRY ON BLENDED CEMENTS MADE WITH IRON-RICH SLAG
Author(s): Vincent Hallet (1, 2), Jos Denissen (1), Remus Ion Iacobescu (1), Yiannis Pontikes (1)
Pages: 931-936

FIBRE-REINFORCED CONCRETE AND NON-METALLIC REINFORCEMENT


A NUMERICAL MODEL FOR PREDICTING CRACKING OF FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE RINGS IN RESTRAINED SHRINKAGE TEST
Author(s): Wei Dong (1), Xiaoyu Zhao (2), Xiangming Zhou (3), Wenyan Yuan (4)
Pages: 939-944

BRITTLENESS OF HIGH-STRENGTH LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Author(s): Jelena Zivkovic (1), Mladena Lukovic (2), Jan Arve Řverli (1), Dick Hordijk (2)
Pages: 945-950

COST-OPTIMAL DESIGN OF FLEXURAL CONCRETE BEAM REINFORCED WITH FRP REINFORCEMENTS
Author(s): Sigbjřrn Tveit (1), Martin Wilhelmsen (1), Vlad Aleksander Lundeland (1), Mahdi Kioumarsi (1)
Pages: 951-956

DURABILITY OF HEMP FIBRE REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS MORTARS BY MEANS OF FIBRE PROTECTION AND CEMENT SUBSTITUTION WITH METAKAOLIN
Author(s): Bojan Poletanović (1), Katalin Kopecskó(2), Ildiko Merta (1)
Pages: 957-961

INFLUENCE OF MICRO-CRACKING ON CAPILLARY WATER ABSORPTION OF AN UHPFRC
Author(s): Ana Mafalda Matos (1), Sandra Nunes (1), José L. Barroso Aguiar (2)
Pages: 963-968

INFLUENCE OF THE ALKALINE TREATMENT ON THE TENSILE PROPERTIES OF JUTE FIBERS AND ON THE FIBER-MATRIX BONDING
Author(s): Yasmim Gabriela dos Santos Mendonça (1), Bartosz Zukowski (1), Romildo Dias Toledo Filho (1)
Pages: 969-974

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF REINFORCED CONCRETE CUT-OFF WALL WITH STEEL FIBERS UNDER DAM
Author(s): Homa Kazemi (1), Mohammad Mahdi Kioumarsi (2), Mohsen Zarghani (3), Hamed Sarkardeh (4)
Pages: 975-980

PERFORMANCE OF RECYCLED AND COMMERCIAL FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS IN COMBINED ACTION WITH CONVENTIONAL REINFORCEMENT
Author(s): Katerina Bernhoft (1), Samindi Samarakoon (1), Luis Evangelista (1), Bjarne Mikalsen (1)
Pages: 981-986

PROBABILISTIC NUMERICAL MODEL FOR DESIGNING STEEL FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Author(s): Pierre Rossi (1), Jean-Louis Tailhan (1)
Pages: 987-992

RHEOLOGICAL BEHAVIOUR OF FLEXIBLE FIBER-REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Fariza Sultangaliyeva (1), Hélčne Carré (1), Christian La Borderie (1), Nicolas Roussel (2)
Pages: 993-998

STRAIN HARDENING CHARACTERISTICS OF BLENDED ALKALI ACTIVATED BINDERS CURED AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES
Author(s): M. Talha Junaid (1), Mohamed Maalej (1)
Pages: 999-1004

STRAIN RATE EFFECT ON THE TENSILE BEHAVIOUR OF ULTRA- HIGH PERFORMANCE STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE
Author(s): Veronika Goglin (1), Götz Hüsken (1), Hans-Carsten Kühne (1), H.J.H. Brouwers (2)
Pages: 1005-1010

STRAIN RESILIENT CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES MADE WITH CALCAREOUS FLY ASH AND POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS: THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE AND FREEZE-THAW ON FLEXURAL TENSION
Author(s): Hirokazu Kiriyama (1), Eiji Maruya (1), Kenji Kawai (2), Ryoichi Sato(2)
Pages: 1011-1016

STUDY ON TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF PROPERTIES OF HIGH STRENGTH MORTAR USING HIGH ALITE CEMENT AND POZZOLANIC FINE POWDER
Author(s): Hirokazu Kiriyama (1), Eiji Maruya (1), Kenji Kawai (2), Ryoichi Sato(2)
Pages: 1017-1022

TENSION STIFFENING MODEL FOR SERVICEABILITY ANALYSIS OF STEEL AND FRP REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
Author(s): Gintaris Kaklauskas (1), Pui-Lam Ng (1,2), Aleksandr Sokolov (1)
Pages: 1023-1028

USING INTELLIGENT SYSTEM APPROACH FOR SHEAR STRENGTH FORECASTING OF STEEL FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
Author(s): Ali Kheyroddin (1), Masoud Ahmadi (1), Mahdi Kioumarsi (2)
Pages: 1029-1034

SELF-HEALING AND REPAIR OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES (COST CA15202 - SARCOS)


A METHOD FOR INDUCING CONTROLLED CRACKS IN CONCRETE AND MEASURING THE EFFICIENCY OF SELF- HEALING AGENTS
Author(s): Amir Sidiq (1), Syed Adil Amzar Bin Syed Amerruddin(1), Rebecca Gravina(1), Sujeeva Setunge(1), Filippo Giustozzi(1)
Pages: 1037-1042

A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE SELF-HEALING POTENTIAL OF BACTERIA-MODIFIED FIBERS IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Kira Weise (1), Henk Jonkers (2), Eddie Koenders (1)
Pages: 1043-1048

ACTIVE MINERAL ADDITIVES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO NATURAL SELF-HEALING ABILITY OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Pavel Reiterman (1)
Pages: 1049-1052

APPLICATION OF LYSINIBACILLUS SPHAERICUS FOR CONCRETE CRACK HEALING USING DIFFERENT CALCIUM SOURCES
Author(s): Christine Farrugia (1), Ruben Paul Borg (1), Joseph Buhagiar (2), Liberato Ferrara (3)
Pages: 1053-1058

BIOTREATED CONVENTIONAL CONCRETE AND CDW-CONCRETE BY USE OF MICROBIAL MIXED CULTURES BIOPRODUCTS
Author(s): Julia García-González (1), André Freches (2), Pedro Vaz (3), Paulo C. Lemos (2), Alice S.
Pages: 1059-1064

CHARACTERIZATION AND MONITORING OF THE CRACK SELF- HEALING ABILITY OF BIO-MORTAR
Author(s): Bojan Miljevic (1), Francesco Lo Monte (2), Snezana Vucetic (1), Olja Sovljanski (1), Ivan
Pages: 1065-1070

EFFECT OF FLY ASH AND SUPERABSORBENT POLYMER OPTIMIZATION ON SELF-HEALING CAPABILITY OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Pattharaphon Chindasiriphan (1), Hiroshi Yokota (1), Paponpat Pimpakan (1)
Pages: 1071-1076

EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF-HEALING TECHNOLOGIES IN CEMENT BASED MATERIALS: CONCEPT FOR AN INTER-LABORATORY EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION BY MULTIPLE TEST METHODS. A PROPOSAL BY COST ACTION CA 15202 SARCOS
Author(s): Liberato Ferrara (1), Tim Van Mullem (2), Estefania Cuenca (1), Henk M. Jonkers (3),
Pages: 1077-1084

EXTENDING THE SERVICE LIFE OF POLYMER INDUSTRIAL FLOOR COATINGS BY IMPROVING THEIR ADHESION TO CEMENT-BASED SUBSTRATES
Author(s): Łukasz Sadowski (1), Agnieszka Chowaniec (1)
Pages: 1085-1090

IMPROVEMENT OF SELF-HEALING EFFICIENCY IN ENGINEERED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES BY ADDITION OF FOREST BIOMASS ASH
Author(s): Gloria Perez (1), José Luis García Calvo (1), Pedro Carballosa (1), Ana Guerrero (1)
Pages: 1091-1096

NANO-SCALE TAILORING OF ENGINEERED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES FOR SIMULTANEOUS ACHIEVEMENT OF ENHANCED SELF-HEALING AND SELF-SENSING ATTRIBUTES
Author(s): Oğuzhan Öztürk (1), Gürkan Yıldırım (2), Anıl Kul (3), Ülkü Sultan Keskin (1), Mustafa Şahmaran (3)
Pages: 1097-1102

SELF-HEALING AND STRENGTH RECOVERY EVALUATION OF SUPER ABSORBENT POLYMERS CONCRETE MIXES UNDER CONTROLLED DAMAGE
Author(s): Amir Sidiq(1), Rebecca Gravina(1), Sujeeva Setuge(1), Filippo Giustozzi(1)
Pages: 1103-1108

SELF-HEALING OF CEMENT SLURRY FOR OIL WELLS CONTAINING CRYSTALLINE ADMIXTURE: EARLY RESULTS
Author(s): Aline de Souza Oliveira (1), Romildo Dias Toledo Filho (1), Eduardo de Moraes Rego Fairbairn (1), Otávio da Fonseca Martins Gomes (2) (3)
Pages: 1109-1114

STRESS REDISTRIBUTION MECHANISM IN CONCRETE ELEMENTS WITH POLYMER FLEXIBLE JOINT: EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
Author(s): Łukasz Zdanowicz (1), Marcin Tekieli (1), Arkadiusz Kwiecień (1)
Pages: 1115-1120

SURFACE TREATMENTS AS REPAIR METHODS FOR PROTECTING REBARS FROM CORROSION
Author(s): Łukasz Zdanowicz (1), Marcin Tekieli (1), Arkadiusz Kwiecień (1)
Pages: 1121-1126

THE EFFECTS OF CONTINUED HYDRATION OF UNDAMAGED MATERIAL ON APPARENT HEALING INDICES IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Robert Davies (1), Cristina De Nardi (2), Anthony Jefferson (1)
Pages: 1127-1131

THE ROLE OF NANO-PARTICLES IN SELF-HEALING PROCESS OF CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS
Author(s): Maria Stefanidou (1), Eirini-Chrysanthi Tsardaka (1), Evangelia Tsampali (1)
Pages: 1133-1138

UTILIZATION OF QUARTZ QUARRY DUST IN ENGINEERED CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES PRODUCTION
Author(s): Olkan İlter Taş(1), Süleyman Bahadır Keskin (1), Özlem Kasap Keskin (1), Mustafa Şahmaran (2)
Pages: 1139-1144