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Proceedings pro109-2 : Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Service Life of Cement-Based Materials and Structures Vol. 2


Title: Proceedings of the International RILEM Conference Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering 2016 Segment on Service Life of Cement-Based Materials and Structures Vol. 2
Edited by: Miguel Azenha, Ivan Gabrijel, Dirk Schlicke, Terje Kanstad and Ole Mejlhede Jensen
e-ISBN:978-2-35158-173-5
ISBN:978-2-35158-171-4
Pages: 412
Publication date:2016

The conference “Materials, Systems and Structures in Civil Engineering – MSSCE 2016” is
part of the RILEM week 2016, which consists of a series of parallel and consecutive
conference and doctoral course segments on different topics as well as technical and
administrative meetings in several scientific organizations. The event is hosted by the
Department of Civil Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark and the Danish
Technological Institute and it is held at the Lyngby campus of the Technical University of
Denmark 15-29 August 2016.

This volume contains the proceedings of the MSSCE 2016 conference segment on “Service
Life of Cement-Based Materials and Structures”, which is organized by COST Action
TU1404 (www.tu1404.eu). This COST Action is entitled: “Towards the next generation of
standards for service life of cement-based materials and structures”, dedicated to assist
deepening knowledge regarding the service life behaviour of cement-based materials and
structures. The main purpose of this Action is to bring together relevant stakeholders
(experimental and numerical researchers, standardization offices, manufacturers, designers,
contractors, owners and authorities) in order to reflect today's state of knowledge in new
guidelines/recommendations, introduce new products and technologies to the market, and
promote international and inter-speciality exchange of new information, creating avenues for
new developments. The COST Action is basically divided in three main workgroups targeted
to this purpose:

WG1 – Testing of cement-based materials and RRT+
WG 2 – Modelling and benchmarking
WG 3 – Recommendations and products

The activities of TU1404 started in November 2014 with a kick-off meeting in Brussels.
Since then, three major meetings have taken place, as to promote networking and scientific
discussions among participants: April 2015 in Ljubljana, Slovenia; September 2015 in
Vienna, Austria; March 2016 in Zagreb, Croatia.

Also, two important instruments of the Action are now under way: the Extended Round Robin
Testing Program (RRT+), and the numerical benchmarking. The RRT+is currently involving
43 laboratories and has involved shipment of more than 100 tons of raw materials. An initial
phase of testing has been finished already, and laboratories are shifting focus to the main
experiments of this extended program. The numerical benchmarking program has also begun
and will soon interact with the RRT+program and even extend beyond it.

The present conference segment deals with a wide breadth of topics related to the service life
of concrete, comprising aspects related to the 3 Workgroups mentioned above. The
conference segment is attended by 80 presenters from university, industry and practice
representing more than 30 different countries. All contributions have been peer reviewed.

It should be mentioned, that these proceedings do not contain all the papers that have been
submitted in the scope of COST TU1404 in MSSCE2016. Due to scheduling and organization
issues, as well as affinity with topics of other segments, some of the papers were moved. A
separate set of electronic proceedings shall be prepared to include all papers related to COST
TU1404, and will be made available in the website of the Action (www.tu1404.eu).
Miguel Azenha Ivan Gabrijel Dirk Schlicke Terje Kanstad Ole Mejlhede Jensen
August 2016, Lyngby, Denmark


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Miguel Azenha, Ivan Gabrijel, Dirk Schlicke, Terje Kanstad, Ole Mejlhede Jensen

EFFECT OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE ON EARLY AGE BEHAVIOR
Author(s): Ahmed Z. Bendimerad, Brice Delsaute, Emmanuel Roziere, Stéphanie Staquet, Ahmed Loukili
Pages: 407-414

MECHANICAL ACTIVATION OF SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS IN ORDER TO USE AS HYDRAULIC BINDER
Author(s): Gábor Mucsi, Ákos Debreczeni, Viktor Török
Pages: 415-424

MODELLING OF AGEING OF LOW-PH CONCRETES
Author(s): Laurie Buffo-Lacarričre, Youssef El Bitouri, Alain Sellier, Xavier Bourbon
Pages: 425-434

CHLORIDE PENETRATION COEFFICIENT AND FREEZE-THAW DURABILITY OF WASTE METAKAOLIN CONTAINING HIGH STRENGTH SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE
Author(s): Girts Bumanis, Diana Bajare
Pages: 435-442

AN INVESTIGATION ON USABILITY OF BASALT FIBRE IN CEMENT-BASED COMPOSITES
Author(s): ůükrü Özkan, Emre Sancak, Fuat Demir
Pages: 443-451

EFFECTS OF CURING TEMPERATURE ON CHLORIDE MIGRATION AND ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY OF CONCRETE
Author(s): Utkan ÇorbacŐo÷lu, Egemen Kesler, T. Alper YŐkŐcŐ, YŐlmaz Akkaya
Pages: 453-462

CONTEMP – A VIRTUAL THERMO-MECHANICAL SIMULATOR FOR HYDRATING REINFORCED CONCRETE BLOCKS WITH EXTENSION TO SERVICE LIFE
Author(s): Vít Šmilauer, Luis Baquerizo, Thomas Matschei, Petr Havlásek, Wilson Ricardo Leal da Silva, Karolina Hájková
Pages: 463-472

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE
Author(s): Radoslav Sovják
Pages: 473-482

DISCRETE MODELING OF SURFACE CRACKING OF DRYING CONCRETES AT DIFFERENT AGES: APPLICATION TO TU1404 RRT CONCRETE
Author(s): Arnaud Delaplace, Clément Vert, Eric Brouard
Pages: 483-492

IMPACT OF BIOGENIC SELF-HEALING ADDITIVE ON PERFORMANCE OF CEMENT-BASED MORTAR
Author(s): Ali Amiri, Zeynep Basaran Bundur
Pages: 493-502

NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF ECO-FRIENDLY CEMENTITUOUS MATERIALS BY ULTRASOUND
Author(s): Markus Krüger, Rok Bregar, Gheorghe Alexandru David, Joachim Juhart
Pages: 503-512

WASTE CERAMICS AS PARTIAL CEMENT AND AGGREGATE REPLACEMENTS IN SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE
Author(s): Paul Archbold, John Flattery
Pages: 513-522

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH AND VOLUME CHANGE FOR DETERMINATION OF SULFATE RESISTANCE OF RAC
Author(s): Vesna Bulatoviü, Vlastimir Radonjanin, Mirjana Malešev, Miroslava Radeka, Ivan Lukiü
Pages: 523-532

SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS FOR PREDICTION OF CORROSION INITIATION BY CARBONATION
Author(s): Van-Loc TA, Stéphanie BONNET, Tristan SENGA KIESSE, Anne VENTURA
Pages: 533-542

CHLORIDE DIFFUSION AND BINDING IN HARDENED CEMENT PASTE FROM MICROSCALE ANALYSES
Author(s): Pietro Carrara, Laura De Lorenzis
Pages: 543-552

NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Ivan Gabrijel, Dubravka Bjegoviü, Josip Kujek
Pages: 553-562

CRACK WIDTH CONTROL – VERIFICATION OF THE DEFORMATION COMPATIBILITY VS. COVERING THE CRACKING FORCE
Author(s): Dirk Schlicke, Nguyen Viet Tue
Pages: 563-572

CEMRS: FAST AND EFFICIENT MODELLING PLATFORM FOR THE SIMULATION OF CEMENTITIOUS SYSTEMS
Author(s): Shiju Joseph, Shashank Bishnoi, Koen Van Balen, Özlem Cizer
Pages: 573-578

CHLORIDE ION DIFFUSION IN CONCRETE UNDER TENSILE LOAD
Author(s): Ling Wang, Yan Yao, Zhendi Wang, Yin Cao, Juan Li
Pages: 579-588

BASIC AND DRYING SHRINKAGE OF INFRASTRUCTURE CONCRETES WITH VARIABLE FLY ASH CONTENT
Author(s): Anja E. Klausen, Gunrid Kjellmark, Terje Kanstad
Pages: 589-598

AVOIDING OVERFITTING IN INVERSE MODELING OF CHLORIDE MIGRATION IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Sreejith V. Nanukuttan, Neven Ukrainczyk, Des J. Robinson, and Eduardus A.B.
Pages: 599-608

PLASTIC SHRINKAGE CRACKING IN SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE: A PARAMETRIC STUDY
Author(s): Faez Sayahi, Mats Emborg, Hans Hedlund, Ingemar Löfgren
Pages: 609-619

DEFINITION OF DAMAGE DISTRIBUTION DUE TO INTERNAL EXPANSIVE REACTIONS IN LONG TERM CONCRETE STRUCTURES
Author(s): Esperanza Menéndez, Ricardo García-Rovés, Sergio Ruiz, José de Frutos
Pages: 621-630

A RISK-BASED MODEL FOR DETERMINING ALLOWABLE ADMIXED CHLORIDE LIMITS IN CONCRETE
Author(s): Mahmoud Shakouri, David Trejo, Paolo Gardoni
Pages: 631-640

INFLUENCE OF RESTRAINED SHRINKAGE IN RC BUILDUING SLABS: A CASE STUDY
Author(s): Carlos Sousa, Emanuel Felisberto, Rui Faria
Pages: 641-650

EXTENDED ROUND ROBIN TESTING PROGRAM OF COST ACTION TU1404 – LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE INITIAL EXPERIMENTAL PHASE
Author(s): Marijana Serdar, Stéphanie Staquet, Dirk Schlicke, Emmanuel Rozičre,
Pages: 651-664

SHORT-TERM CREEP OF CEMENT PASTE: EXPERIMENTS AND MULTISCALE MODELING
Author(s): Marijana Serdar, Stéphanie Staquet, Dirk Schlicke, Emmanuel Rozičre,
Pages: 665-673

EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF DRYING EFFETS ON CONCRETE’S MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Author(s): François Soleilhet, Farid Benboudjema, Fabrice Gatuingt, Xavier Jourdain
Pages: 675-684

ON UTILISATION OF ELLIPTICAL RINGS FOR ASSESSING CRACKING TENDENCY OF CONCRETE AND OTHER CEMENT- BASED MATERIALS
Author(s): Xiangming Zhou, Wei Dong, Gediminas Kastiukas
Pages: 685-694

MODELLING OF TRANSPORT OF CHLORIDE IONS IN CONCRETE UNDER COMPRESSIVE LOAD
Author(s): Yin Cao, Yan Yao, Ling Wang, Zhendi Wang
Pages: 695-704

MULTIDEPTH CORROSION MONITORING SYSTEM EVALUATION AND APPLICATION
Author(s): 'DOLERU6HNXOLü, Ivan Gabrijel
Pages: 705-714

MODELING OF EARLY AGE CONCRETE CREEP USING RHEOLOGICAL MODELING APPROACHES
Author(s): Wibke Hermerschmidt, Farid Benboudjema
Pages: 715-724

SIZE EFFECT ON THE DRYING SHRINKAGE
Author(s): Aveline Darquennes, Mariana Vasylchenko, Farid Benboudjema
Pages: 725-733

AGING TESTS FOR PERFORMANCE OF PHOTOCATALYTIC CEMENT BASED MATERIALS
Author(s): František Peterka, Michaela Jakubiţková, Tereza Sázavská, Elia Boonen
Pages: 735-744

QUANTIFICATION THE FILLING OF MICROCRACKS DUE TO AUTOGENOUS SELF-HEALING IN CEMENT PASTE
Author(s): Jiayi Chen, Xian Liu, Guang Ye
Pages: 745-754

ULTRASONIC ASSESSMENT IN CURING PROCESS OF CBM USING EXPERIMENTAL MONITORING TESTS AND MICROSTRUCTURAL SIMULATION TOOLS
Author(s): José Vicente Fuente , Jorge Gosalbez , Sofía Aparicio, Margarita González, José J. Anaya
Pages: 755-764

FINITE ELEMENT MODELS CAPABLE TO GIVE DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT CRACKS SPACING AND OPENING IN CONCRETE STRUCTURES IN SERVICE LIFE CONDITIONS
Author(s): Pierre Rossi, Jean-Louis Tailhan
Pages: 765-776

EFFECT OF GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG ON THE DURABILITY OF SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE IN HOT ENVIRONMENT
Author(s): Kenai Said, Yahiaoui Walid, Menadi Belkacem
Pages: 777-788

EVALUATION OF THE LDPM ELASTIC AND FRACTURE PARAMETERS BY UP-SCALING PROCEDURE
Author(s): G. Sherzer, Peng Gao, Guang Ye, Erez Gal
Pages: 789-798

Author Index
Author(s): G. Sherzer, Peng Gao, Guang Ye, Erez Gal
Pages: 789-798