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Proceedings pro084-2 : Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions - Environment and Loading


Title: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions - Environment and Loading
Edited by: Z.J. Li, W. Sun, C.W. Miao, K.Sakai, O.E. Gjřrv, N.Banthia
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-134-6
ISBN: 978-2-35158-124-7
Pages: 1022
Publication date: 2013

Concrete is the most widely used material in the world. Approximately 60 billion cubic meters were consumed in 2012 alone. The durability and serviceability of concrete are critical in helping improve people’s safety and comfort. The importance of these concepts become especially evident under severe environmental or loading conditions. The international conference series, “Concrete under severe conditions-environment and loadings CONSEC” is a unique event specially focused on the durability and service performance of concrete structures that are subjected to severe environment and/or severe loading conditions. CONSEC conferences have been held six times since 1995, in Sapporo (Japan, 1995), Tromsř (Norway, 1998), Vancouver (Canada, 2001), Seoul (Korea, 2004), Tours (France, 2007), and Yucatán (México, 2010). Following these highly successful events, the 7th CONSEC conference, named CONSEC13, will be held in Nanjing, China, from September 23 to 25, 2013.
The CONSEC13 proceedings contain over 170 high quality peer-reviewed scientific and practitioners’ papers from a variety of topics in concrete research. They provide cutting edge knowledge in 14 themes: Hydration and microstructure of cement-based materials; Physical properties of cement-based systems; Transport properties of cement-based materials; Dimensional stability in concrete; Performance of concrete under marine environment; Performance of concrete under other severe environment; Performance of concrete under severe loading; Performance of concrete under severe environment and loading; Simulation of structure and properties of cement-based materials; Field Performance of concrete; New design concept and methods for long term performance; Service life prediction; Special approaches for concrete structures under uniquely severe condition; Other materials and systems.
The following six distinguished professors will give keynote lectures covering six important areas of the conference:
Prof. Makoto Hisada (Tohoku University);
Prof. György L. Balázs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics);
Prof. Changwen Miao (Southeast University);
Prof. Surendra P. Shah (Northwestern University);
Prof. Wei Sun (Southeast University);
Prof. Byung Hwan Oh (Seoul National University)
In addition, there will be a special plenary session to honor Prof. Koji Sakai, the founder of CONSEC, and Prof. Wei Sun, the Chair of the Advisory Committee to CONSEC13. Finally, we would like to give our sincere thanks to the members of scientific committee for their effort in reviewing and finalizing papers for the proceedings, to the organizing committee for their hard work in putting things in order and preparing details to make the conference a success, and to the Jiangsu Research Institute of Building Science and Jiangsu Bote New Materials Co. Ltd for their generous financial support.


Contents


Preface
Pages: 32-32

Theme 7 Performance of concrete under severe loading


Dynamic shear capacity of RC beams
Author(s): A. Somraj, K. Fujikake, B. Li
Pages: 34-44

Experimental study on mechanical behaviors of high performance concrete under multi-tensile stresses
Author(s): J. J. Zhou, J. L. Pan, C. Y. Qi, Z. J. Li
Pages: 45-53

Fly ash influences on tensile behavior of SHCC
Author(s): S. Gao, Z. Q. Jin, Q. Y. Li
Pages: 54-59

Self-healing characteristics of beams in third point loading
Author(s): M. R. Hansen, K. Nielsen-Sheffield
Pages: 60-65

Self-healing characteristics of prestressed small beams in third-point loading
Author(s): M. R. Hansen, A. Norberg, H. Fitzgerald
Pages: 66-73

Study on damage mechanism of concrete by vehicle-bridge coupled vibration
Author(s): Z. W. Jiang, W. T. Li, K. F. Yang, X. Xiao
Pages: 74-83

Test and technological impacts on modulus of elasticity of concrete – recapitulation
Author(s): P. Hunka, J. Kolisko, S. Rehacek
Pages: 84-96

Theme 8 Performance of concrete under severe environment and loading


Influence of an applied compressive load on service life of reinforced concrete structures
Author(s): T. J. Zhao (Invited speaker) , F. X. Jiang, F. H. Wittmann, Y. T. Wang
Pages: 98-107

Experiment on life-cycle performance of concrete structure under chlorine salt coupling with load
Author(s): X. P. Zhong, W. L. Jin (Invited speaker), Y. Wang
Pages: 108-116

Analysis on resisting chloride penetration in marine concrete under sustained load
Author(s): J. B. Xiong, M. J. Wang, S. N. Wang, P. P. Li
Pages: 117-124

Anisotropy of swelling and elastic property loss due to Alkali-Silica-Reaction under loading
Author(s): L. Charpin, A. Ehrlacher
Pages: 125-137

Evaluating load capacity and failure mode of the RC beam under coupled external loads and environmental attacks
Author(s): X. H. Wang, J. Jiang
Pages: 138-147

Investigation of the combined effect of fatigue and aggressive environment on concrete
Author(s): M. Foglar, J. Göringer
Pages: 148-158

Properties of organic-inorganic composite pavement with chloride salt attack and heavy loads
Author(s): C. Huan, J. X. Hong, Z. F. Liu, X. Chen
Pages: 159-167

Reliability and durability of concrete structures under complex conditions
Author(s): D. Novák, R. Pukl, B. Teplý
Pages: 168-174

Theme 9 Simulation of structure and properties of cement-based materials


A multi-scale creep model for cement asphalt mortar
Author(s): K. C. Qiu, H. S. Chen, J. X. Hong, W. Sun, L. Sun
Pages: 176-189

A new method for experimental simulation of corrosion fatigue effect of concrete structures
Author(s): F. M. Li, Y. S. Yuan, X. F. Shi, H. X. Zhang, Z. G. Liu
Pages: 190-199

A new method for experimental simulation of corrosion fatigue effect of concrete structures
Author(s): F. M. Li, Y. S. Yuan, X. F. Shi, H. X. Zhang, Z. G. Liu
Pages: 200-210

Finite element modeling of cover cracking in reinforced concrete structures due to non-uniform steel corrosion
Author(s): E. Chen, C. K. Y. Leung
Pages: 211-222

A Numerical Model in Precasting Segment of an Immersed Tunnel
Author(s): Wei Jiang, Yong Yuan and Zhenghong Yang
Pages: 223-234

Lattice modeling of cover cracking due to reinforcement corrosion
Author(s): B. Šavija, M. Luković, E. Schlangen
Pages: 235-247

Modeling of the behavior of the swelling ion exchange resins incorporated into a cement-based matrix
Author(s): M. Neji, B. Bary, N. Burlion, P. L. Bescop
Pages: 248-260

Numerical simulation of chloride diffusion in reinforced concrete structures with cracks
Author(s): C. K. Y. Leung, D. W. Hou
Pages: 261-273

Numerical simulation of interfacial transition zone in ternary blended cement based composites
Author(s): Y. Gao, G. D. Schutter, G. Ye, H. L. Huang, Z. J. Tan, K. Wu
Pages: 274-283

Numerical simulation of moisture transport in concrete based on pore size distribution
Author(s): Q. H. Huang, B. H. Guo, Z. L. Jiang, X. L. Gu, W. P. Zhang
Pages: 284-293

Packing simulation of three-dimensional multi-sized aggregates particles of arbitrary shape
Author(s): Z. G. Zhu, W. X. Xu, H. S. Chen
Pages: 294-304

Simulation of internal damage in water-saturated cement paste by frost action
Author(s): L. Liu, H. S. Chen, W. Sun
Pages: 305-312

Theme 10 Field performance of concrete


The detrimental power of alkali silica reaction: remarkable case study
Author(s): G. D. Schutter (Invited speaker)
Pages: 314-327

Investigation on concrete durability of several typical industrial buildings
Author(s): T. Y. Hao (Invited speaker)
Pages: 328-336

An investigation into the deterioration of reinforced concrete jetties in Malaysia
Author(s): C. C. Lim
Pages: 337-349

Deteriorations of concrete structures in Gunkan Island
Author(s): M. Kusunoki, K. Imamoto, T. Noguchi, T. Fukuyama, K. Shimozawa
Pages: 350-364

Diagnosis of load bearing capacity of sewage pipes deteriorated by sulfate attack
Author(s): D. Yamamoto, H. Hamada, Y. Sagawa
Pages: 365-373

Durability analysis of RC piles exposed naturally in coastal saline soil environment for 17 years
Author(s): F. G. Leng, J. Wang, Y. X. Zhou, X. L. Zhao, X. X. Ma
Pages: 374-384

Field measurement and finite element modeling of temperature and stress evolution in a bridge pile cap
Author(s): M. K. Rahman, M. K. Saeed, S. Khaldoon
Pages: 385-398

Field performance of concrete barges in marine environments
Author(s): V. Aarskog, K. Borgund , O. E. Gjřrv
Pages: 399-406

Long-term performance of concrete structures in a marine environment – Measured and Calculated
Author(s): A. Rahimi, C. Gehlen, T. Reschkey
Pages: 407-419

Non-destructive assessment of concrete durability of the National Museum of Western Art in Japan
Author(s): K. I. Imamoto, A. Tanaka, M. Kanematsu
Pages: 420-429

Site air-permeability test: credentials as "durability meter"
Author(s): R. J. Torrent, L. Ebensperger
Pages: 430-445

Theme 11 New design concept and methods for long term performance


Design and application of mass concrete in underground environment
Author(s): H. Zheng (Invited speaker)
Pages: 447-447

Durability design method of HZM Bridge based on the long-term performance in actual environment
Author(s): S. N. Wang (Invited speaker) , Z. H. Fan, K. F. Li, Q. K. Su, Q. W. Li
Pages: 448-457

Concrete infrastructures for the underwater city of the future
Author(s): Susanto Teng, O. E. Gjřrv
Pages: 458-471

High strength reinforcement - a solution against latent instability due to stress redistribution
Author(s): F. Hude
Pages: 472-484

Impact of changes in ACI 318 building code: changes in durability and structural design requirements
Author(s): S. Yehia, O. Mohamed, O. Elamin
Pages: 485-491

Influence of thickness deviation of concrete cover on durability design of concrete structures
Author(s): C. L. Deng, S. N. Wang, J. B. Xiong, Z. H. Fan, Y. Xu
Pages: 492-500

Study on the measures of durability for the tropical marine bridge based on British Standard
Author(s): S. Liu, L. Q. Tu, S. K. Li, M. Q. Qin
Pages: 501-512

Underwater concrete infrastructure with 300-year service life requirement
Author(s): V. Aarskog, O. E. Gjřrv
Pages: 513-527

Theme 12 Service life prediction


Service life prediction and management of reinforced concrete bridge decks in cold regions
Author(s): M. S. Cheung (Invited speaker) , K. L. So
Pages: 529-546

Service life, sustainability and resilience – a holistic strategy dealing with marine concrete structures
Author(s): N. X. Han (Invited speaker) , F. Xing
Pages: 547-562

Realistic prediction for diffusion coefficient of carbon dioxide in concrete structures
Author(s): S. H. Jung, M. K. Lee, B. H. Oh
Pages: 563-575

Service life prediction of concrete structures blended with micronized sand as cement replacement
Author(s): Y. Wang, G. Ye, K. V. Breugel
Pages: 576-587

Service life prediction of ultra-high performance concrete structures in chloride environments
Author(s): C. P. Gu, W. Sun, L. P. Guo, Q. N. Wang, J. Y. Zong
Pages: 588-601

The prediction model of concrete carbonation depth based on cement hydration simulation
Author(s): B. Li, X. Y. Jin, Y. Tian, N. G. Jin
Pages: 602-615

The role of damage induced by an applied load on service life of reinforced concrete structures
Author(s): F. H. Wittmann, Y. V. Zaytsev, T. J. Zhao
Pages: 616-626

Theme 13 Special approaches for concrete structures under uniquely severe conditions


Ductility in fiber cement-based materials; a multi-scale approach
Author(s): E. Schlangen (Invited speaker) , F. Montero, M. G. S. Beltran, A. Ozbora, C. Aydin
Pages: 628-640

Using primers to reinforcing steel in concrete exposed to the marine environment of Yucatan, Mexico: advantages and pitfalls
Author(s): P. C. Borges (Invited speaker)
Pages: 641-660

A probabilistic dosage model of pre-embedded capsules for self-healing in cementitious materials
Author(s): Z. Lv, H.S. Chen
Pages: 661-672

Approaches for modeling the residual service life of marine concrete structures after repair
Author(s): A.Rahimi, C. Gehlen, T. Reschke
Pages: 673-685

Behavior of an R/C exterior beam-column joint without concrete confinement under seismic loading
Author(s): Y. Sanada, T. Tomonaga, Y. B. Li
Pages: 686-694

Degradation modeling of concrete submitted to biogenic acid attack
Author(s): H. F. Yuan, P. Dangla, P. Chatellier
Pages: 695-707

Distributed strain monitoring of reinforcement bars using optical fibers for SHM
Author(s): A. Khadour, F. Baby, A. Herrera
Pages: 708-717

Durability of reinforced concrete member suffered from detonation
Author(s): Y. Yoda, K. Imamoto, M. Beppu
Pages: 718-728

Dynamic tensile behavior of high performance fabric-cement composites
Author(s): D. J. Zhu, B. Mobasher, A. Peled
Pages: 729-735

Experimental behavior of SFRC columns under seismic loads
Author(s): F.Germano, G. A. Plizzari, G. Tiberti
Pages: 736-750

Mechanical properties and impact resistance of UHPFRCCs
Author(s): D. Nicolaides, A. Kanellopoulos, M. Petrou
Pages: 751-759

Mechanical and thermal properties of a heavy radiation-proof concrete exposed to high temperature
Author(s): F. L. Monte, P. Bamonte, P. G. Gambarova
Pages: 760-772

Micromechanical study of the interface properties of concrete repair systems
Author(s): M. Luković, G. Ye
Pages: 773-786

Numerical simulation of foamed concrete performance under low velocity impact loading
Author(s): L. Zheng, M. R. Jones
Pages: 787-799

Self consolidated concrete mixture with synthetic fiber exposed to UAE environment
Author(s): S. Yehia, A. Douba, O. M. Abdullah
Pages: 800-807

Shear behavior of Polypropylene fiber reinforced ECC beams with reduction of shear reinforcements
Author(s): R. Zhang, K. Matsumoto, J. Niwa
Pages: 808-821

Structural behavior of self-consolidating concrete slabs
Author(s): M. S. Issa, S. I. Zaki
Pages: 822-833

Study on flexural behaviors of steel reinforced engineered cementitious composite beams
Author(s): F. Yuan, J. L. Pan
Pages: 834-844

Tensile properties of preloaded engineered cementitious composites (ECC) self-healed under wet-dry cycles
Author(s): Y. Zhu, S. Diao, J. R. Zhang, Y. Z. Yang, Y. Yao, Z. J. Li
Pages: 845-852

The effect of width-to-thickness ratio on the structural performance of high strength steel CFT column
Author(s): G. Hong, W. Kim, I. Choi, K. Chung
Pages: 853-861

Unconventionally shaped testing specimens relating to the impact resistance of fiber reinforced concrete
Author(s): S. Rehacek, P. Hunka, J. Kolisko, P. Bouska
Pages: 862-869

Vacuum mixing: a new way of air content reduction in UHPC
Author(s): J. Dils, V. Boel , G. D. Schutter
Pages: 870-878

Theme 14 Properties of other materials and systems


Deterioration of fired brick submitted to salt crystallization cycles
Author(s): G. J. Liu, W. J. Huan, Y. S. Zhang
Pages: 880-885

Effects of mineral admixtures on mechanical and thermal properties of magnesium cement-based composites
Author(s): B. W. Xu, Z. J. Li, H. G. Zhu
Pages: 886-899

Effect of nanosilica on rheological properties of oil well cement slurry under HPHT conditions
Author(s): M. K. Rahman, A. S. Abdul-Karim, A. A. Al-Majed
Pages: 900-911

Explanations for the good behavior in sewer networks of calcium aluminate cement materials
Author(s): J. Herisson, M. G. Minerbe, E. V. Hullebusch
Pages: 912-924

Freezing and thawing of textile reinforced mortar
Author(s): I. Colombo, M. Colombo, M. D. Prisco
Pages: 925-936

Hydration characteristics of magnesia-phosphate cements at low temperature
Author(s): H. H. Yi, K. Liu, D. X. Li
Pages: 937-945

Performances of super sulfated cements
Author(s): C. Baux, A. P. Mardelé, C. Lanos
Pages: 946-959

Research on the brick anti-weathering performance under freeze-thaw and wind load
Author(s): W. D. Liu, T. Y. Liu
Pages: 960-967

Study on service durability of bearing grouting material for high speed railway
Author(s): H. X. Zhou, J. P. Liu, J. Z. Liu
Pages: 968-976

The effect of limestone powder addition on strength of slag blended cement
Author(s): Z. J. Tan, G. D. Schutter, G. Ye, Y. Gao
Pages: 977-987

The discussion of the corrosion mechanism of fired-clay bricks soaked by sulfate solution
Author(s): P. Zhao, Y. S. Zhang, G. J. Liu
Pages: 988-994

Using rutile nano-TiO2 to modify the microstructure of alkali activated slag
Author(s): L. Y. Yang, Z. J. Jia, Y. Y. Yang and Y. M. Zhang
Pages: 995-1004

Plenary session in honor of Prof. Wei Sun and Prof. Koji Sakai


AIJ's recommendations for design for durability of reinforced concrete buildings
Author(s): T. Noguchi
Pages: 1005-1019

First author index
Author(s): N/A
Pages: 1020-1022