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Proceedings pro128-6 : International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS 2019) PhD Symposium


Title:Proceeding of the International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures
edited by: Ivana Carević
Stjepan Lakušić
Dirk Schlicke
e-ISBN:978-2-35158-218-3
ISBN:978-2-35158-217-6
Pages: 87
Publication date: 2019

RILEM International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures (SMSS
2019) is a conference organised by Faculty of Civil Engineering University of Zagreb as a
supporting event of RILEM Spring Convention from in Rovinj, Croatia. Both are organised in

the year Faculty of Civil Engineering in Zagreb is celebrating 100 years from its establish-
ment, making 2019 a perfect year for hosting such an important international event. The scope

of the conference was to gather scientists, practitioners, members of technical committees and

users of technical recommendations, to jointly at the same place discuss and envision the fu-
ture sustainable development of materials, systems and structures in a holistic, global way.

SMSS 2019 conference has gathered participants from 50 countries, from Argentina to United
States of America, who will exhibit a total of 290 papers. The conference was sponsored by
10 international industrial partners, supported by 6 international organisations of scientists and

practitioners and organised under the patronage of 4 governmental bodies. A total of 450 con-
tributions which arrived was reviewed by more than 150 prominent reviewers from different

fields. Event was organised by 16 members of the local organising committee and 6 invited
international members of organising committee.
As part of the RILEM SMSS 2019 conference, the PhD SYMPOSIUM segment is organized

as a separate international segment with the aim of presenting doctoral students and their sci-
entific research. The PhD SYMPOSIUM segment created a professional platform for excellent

PhD students to discuss their scientific developments with established experts and to found a
network of young scientists of various countries in order to exchange knowledge and promote
scientific goals. Contributions from any field of sustainability and construction science and
engineering in this segment are exclusively offered to PhD students whereby the inherent high
standards of the scientific contributions were ensured by a review of international experts. The
PhD SYMPOSIUM segment provided a great opportunity to present and showcase ongoing
research in front of an audience of peers, key representatives and main experts in the field of

materials, structures, energy efficiency and methods for characterization at material and struc-
tural scale.

The PhD SYMPOSIUM segment of the RILEM SMSS 2019 conference has consisted of 28
extended abstract where young researches presented their research and its contribution in 3

minutes. Since the preparation and publication of scientific research is crucial for the ad-
vancement of science and for the recognisability of scientists and scientific institutions, work-
shop „Publishing Scientific Research“ was organized as a part of this segment.

Editors wish to thank the authors for their efforts at producing and delivering papers of high
standard. We are sure that this Proceedings will be a valued reference of research topics in this
important field and that it will together with the other volumes from SMSS conference form a
suitable base for discussion and suggestions for future development and research.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Ivana Carević
Pages: 1 - 21

CARBONATION OF CEMENT PASTE WITH SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS INCLUDING THE EFFECT ON CHLORIDE INGRESS AND FROST SALT SCALING
Author(s): Hanne Vanoutrive, Özlem Cizer, Peter Minne, Ilse Van de Voorde, Elke
Pages: 22-23

PERFORMANCE OF CLT WALL SYSTEMS AND TYPICAL CLT CONNECTIONS UNDER MONOTONIC LOADING
Author(s): Claire Aine Hughes, Daniel McPolin, Patrick McGetrick, Daniel McCrum
Pages: 24-25

Consequences on physical flows of meeting CSI clinker-to-cement ratio milestones and the role of alternative mineral additions
Author(s): Jean-Martin Lessard, Guillaume Habert, Arezki Tagnit-Hamou, Ben Amor
Pages: 26 - 27

Effect of binder on thermal conductivity of environmentally friendly straw-based thermal insulation boards
Author(s): Dániel Csanády, Olivér Fenyvesi, Balázs Nagy
Pages: 28-29

Sensitivity of dynamic parameters for corrosion detection on RC elements: A literature review
Author(s): Ivan Klepo, Ivan Duvnjak
Pages: 30 - 31

Fundamental research on the statical analysis for RC buildings with holistic 3D calculation model
Author(s): Thomas Markus Laggner, Dirk Schlicke, Nguyen Viet Tue
Pages: 32 - 33

3D-FE MODEL FOR HOLISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE LONG-TERM DEFLECTION OF PRESTRESSED CANTILEVER BRIDGES
Author(s): Daniel Gheorghiu, Dirk Schlicke, Nguyen Viet Tue
Pages: 34 - 35

Modelling of viscoelastic concrete behavior with respect to recent observa- tions in macroscopis tests
Author(s): Eva Maria Dorfmann, Dirk Schlicke, Nguyen Viet Tue
Pages: 36 - 37

Characterisation of microstructure in Limestone Calcined Clay Cementi- tious systems
Author(s): Yuvaraj Dhandapani, Manu Santhanam
Pages: 38 - 39

WATER ABSORPTION OF CRUSHED CONCRETE AGGREGATES BY THE MODIFIED PYCNOMETER METHOD
Author(s): Madumita Sadagopan, Katarina Malaga, Agnes Nagy
Pages: 40 - 41

Assessment of RC existing buildings: critical analysis of the models for the evaluation of the residual capacity evaluation of structural elements
Author(s): Elena Casprini, Chiara Passoni, Alessandra Marini, Gianni Bartoli, Paolo Riva
Pages: 42- 43

Force density method - beyond simple iterations
Author(s): Elizabeta Šamec, Krešimir Fresl
Pages: 44 - 45

WOOD BIOMASS FLY ASH IN THE CEMENT COMPOSITES
Author(s): Ivana Carević, Nina Štrimer
Pages: 46 - 47

An approach towards the multiscale modelling of hydrating cement matrix
Author(s): Aleena Alex, Pijush Ghosh
Pages: 48 - 49

Geopolymers as an innovative solution for the disposal of problematic nu- clear wastes
Author(s): Daniel Geddes
Pages: 50 - 51

Characteristics of self-compacting concrete (SCC) with waste tire rubber and its possible application in structural elements
Author(s): Rober Bušić, Ivana Miličević
Pages: 52 - 53

MSWI fly ash for use in cement based materials
Author(s): Benjamin A. R. Ebert, Britt-Marie Steenari, Mette R. Geiker, Gunvor M. Kirkelund
Pages: 54 - 55

Application of post-consumer glass-SCM in concrete for high-rise building construction
Author(s): Marija Krstić, Julio F. Davalos
Pages: 56 - 57

Seismic shear behaviour of reinforced concrete walls
Author(s): Tvrtko Renić, Damir Lazarević, Tomislav Kišiček
Pages: 58 - 59

Evaluation of wood biomass fly ashes pozzolanic reactivity
Author(s): Karmen Kostanić Jurić, Nina Štirmer, Ivana Carević, Marijana Serdar
Pages: 60 - 61

Analysis of electrical potential and stray currents at DC transit system
Author(s): Katarina Vranešić, Marijana Serdar, Stjepan Lakušić
Pages: 62 - 63

Identifying sources of variability in the water footprint of concrete production
Author(s): Yazmin Lisbeth Mack Vergara, Ana Spiroska, Vanderley M. John, Guillaume
Pages: 64 - 65

Reconstruction of buildings - research topics from analysis of existing structures in Kosovo
Author(s): Alush Shala, Jelena Bleiziffer
Pages: 66 - 67

Numerical modelling and finite element analysis of friction in prefabricat- ed wood-bearing glass composite system
Author(s): Nikola Perković, Vlatka Rajčić
Pages: 68 - 69

Probabilistic assessment of existing road bridge Weigh-In-Motion meas- urements
Author(s): Dominik Skokandić, Ana Mandić Ivanković
Pages: 70 - 71

The influence of cracks on the salt scaling resistance of recycled aggregate concrete
Author(s): Vedran N. Carević, Ivan S. Ignjatović
Pages: 72 - 73

Shrinkage of self-compacting concrete – experimental and analytical analysis
Author(s): Donka Würth, Ivana Banjad Pečur
Pages: 74 - 75

Impact of wood biomass fly ash on the setting time of cement pastes
Author(s): Jelena Šantek Bajto, Nina Štirmer, Ivana Carević, Sonja Cerković
Pages: 76 - 77