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Proceedings pro049 : RILEM Proceedings PRO 49: International RILEM Workshop on High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCC) in Structural Applications


Title: RILEM Proceedings PRO 49: International RILEM Workshop on High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCC) in Structural Applications
Edited by G. Fischer and V. C. Li
ISBN: 2-912143-93-4
e-ISBN: 2912143942
Pages: 600
Publication date: 2006

The international workshop on High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites (HPFRCC) in Structural Applications was organized by RILEM TC HFC with the intention of brining together an international group of researchers to present and discuss their work on HPFRCC materials and their structural applications.
Research and development on HPFRCC materials have generated a wealth of information on the features of these composites, which are defined by an ultimate tensile strength higher than their first cracking strength and the formation of multiple cracking during the inelastic deformation process, with resulting tensile strain capacity significantly higher than that of normal fiber reinforced concrete. While the potential benefits of HPFRCC on structural response and performance have been experimentally demonstrated in numerous research projects, specific procedures for structural implementation of HPFRCC in the form of design guidelines, manufacturing processes, and evaluation and quality control tools are rarely available.
This workshop aimed at alleviating these shortcomings through a concerted effort of workshop participants from the international research community, the construction industry, structural designers, and materials suppliers to contribute to a sequence of topics
emphasizing the design and implementation of HPFRCC in new and existing structures. In a coordinated approach, this workshop attempted to generate a report on the international state-of-the-art on HPFRCC as well as to define future research needs towards
implementation of HPFRCC in Building Codes and ultimately in structural applications.


Contents


Preface
Pages: XVII - XVIII

Task Group A


Conclusions
Author(s): H. Mihashi
Pages: 3 - 6

Testing Method and Modelling of HPFRCC
Author(s): H. Mihashi, T. Kikuchi, H. Akita, A. Fantilli
Pages: 7 - 16

Rate Dependence in High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Cement-Based Composites for Seismic Applications
Author(s): Kyle S. Douglas, Sarah L. Billington
Pages: 17 - 25

Tensile Characteristics Evaluation of DFRCC - Round Robin Test Results by JCI-TC
Author(s): Toshiyuki Kanakubo, Katsuyuki Shimizu, Makoto Katagiri, Tetsushi Kanda, Hiroshi Fukuyama, Keitetsu Rokugo
Pages: 27 - 36

Testing the Behavior of Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites in Tension
Author(s): Viktor Mechtcherine, Joachim Schulze
Pages: 37 - 46

Method for Determination of Tensile Properties of ECC - I: Formulation and Parameter Variations
Author(s): L. Østergaard, J. F. Olesen
Pages: 47 - 55

Method for Determination of Tensile Properties of ECC - II: Inverse Analysis and Experimental Results
Author(s): L. Østergaard, R. Walter, J. F. Olesen
Pages: 57 - 64

Polyvinyl Alcohol Fiber Reinforced Engineered Cementitious Composites: Material Design and Performances
Author(s): Shuxin Wang, Victor C. Li
Pages: 65 - 73

Fiber Reinforced Foamed Mortar with Multiple Cracks in Flexure
Author(s): Motoyoshi Yamamoto, Yoshihisa Honda, Atsuhisa Ogawa, Keitetsu Rokugo
Pages: 75 - 82

Rate Dependence in Engineered Cementitious Composites
Author(s): Enhua Yang, Victor C. Li
Pages: 83 - 92

Investigation of the Fiber Bridging Stress-Crack Opening Relationship of Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites
Author(s): Jinghai Yang, Gregor Fischer
Pages: 93 - 105

Task Group B


Task Group B – Durability of Strain Hardening Fiber-Reinforced Cement-Based composites, SHCC – Conclusions
Author(s): Folker H. Wittmann, Gideon P. A. G. van Zijl
Pages: 109 - 114

Optimizing Material Properties by Means of the Instrumented Ring Test
Author(s): Folker H. Wittmann, Kai Furtwängler, Xinqi Mao
Pages: 115 - 124

Time-Dependent Response of ECC: Characterisation and Modelling of Creep and Creep Fracture
Author(s): William P. Boshoff, Gideon P. A. G. van Zijl
Pages: 125 - 134

The Role of Fibers During Non-Uniform Drying of Cement Composites
Author(s): Zhen Li, Yun M. Lim, John E. Bolander
Pages: 135 - 144

Properties of Polyvinylalcohol Fiber as Reinforcing Materials for Cementitious Composites
Author(s): T. Horikoshi, A. Ogawa, T. Saito, H. Hoshiro
Pages: 145 - 153

Durability on the Fracture Parameters of Crack-Repaired High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites
Author(s): Yoshinori Kitsutaka, Masaki Tamura
Pages: 155 - 164

Durability and Long Term Performance of Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC)
Author(s): Michael Lepech, Victor C. Li
Pages: 165 - 174

The influence of surface preparation on the behavior of ECC/concrete layer repair system under drying shrinkage conditions
Author(s): Mo Li, Victor C. Li
Pages: 175 - 184

Rapid Hardening PVA Fibre Reinforced Concrete
Author(s): G. Martinola, M. Bäuml, D. Sommain
Pages: 185 - 194

Developing Fiber Applications in Structural Concrete
Author(s): Jerry H. Morton
Pages: 195 - 203

Micromechanical Properties of Calcium Leached Engineered Cementitious Composites
Author(s): J. Nemecek
Pages: 205 - 211

Cracking, Ductility and Durability Characteristics of HPFRCC with Various Mixture Proportions and Fibers
Author(s): Byung Hwan Oh, Kyung Joon Shin
Pages: 213 - 222

Task Group C


Task Group C– Processing and Applications Methods – Conclusions
Author(s): Tetsushi Kanda
Pages: 225 - 227

Technical Consideration in Producing ECC Pre-cast Structural Element
Author(s): Tetsushi Kanda, Toshiyuki Kanakubo, Satoshi Nagai, Makoto Maruta
Pages: 229 - 242

PVA-Fiber Reinforced High Performance Cement Board
Author(s): Atsuhisa Ogawa, Yoshinori Hitomi, Hideki Hoshiro
Pages: 243 - 251

Application of Extrusion Molded DFRCC to Permanent Form
Author(s): Kanji Yamada, Ryu Saijo, Takashi Furumura, Satoshi Tanaka
Pages: 253 - 260

Task Group D


Task Group D – HPFRCC Design Assumptions – Conclusions
Author(s): Victor C. Li, Keitetsu Rokugo
Pages: 263 - 268

General Design Assumptions for Engineered Cementitious Composites (ECC)
Author(s): Victor C. Li, Michael Lepech
Pages: 269 - 277

Tensile Behavior of ECC Members With or Without Reinforcement
Author(s): Keitetsu Rokugo, Seung-Chan Lim, Tetsushi Kanda, Minoru Kunieda, Yasuhiro Fujimoto
Pages: 279 - 286

Concrete Free Suspended Elevated Slabs Reinforced with Only Steel Fibers: Full Scale Testing Results and Conclusions - Design Examples
Author(s): Xavier Destrée
Pages: 287 - 294

Experimental Analysis and Modeling of Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete Plates
Author(s): E. M. R. Fairbairn, R. D. Toledo Filho, S. Formagini, J. I. Rosa, R. C. Battista
Pages: 295 - 302

Maximum Bending Moment and Ductility of R/HPFRCC Beams
Author(s): Alessandro P. Fantilli, Hirozo Mihashi, Paolo Vallini
Pages: 303 - 311

Measurement of Crack Opening Behavior within ECC Under Bending Moment
Author(s): Minoru Kunieda, Keitetsu Rokugo
Pages: 313 - 321

Full-Scale Tests on HPSFRC Prestressed Roof Elements Subjected to Longitudinal Flexure
Author(s): Fausto Minelli, Luca Cominoli, Alberto Meda, Giovanni A. Plizzari, Paolo Riva
Pages: 323 - 332

Mix Design, Autogenous Shrinkage, and Mechanical Characterization of UHPFRCC
Author(s): S. Formagini, R. D. Toledo Filho, E. M. R. Fairbairn
Pages: 333 - 341

Outlines of "Recommendations for Design and Construction of Ultra High Strength Fiber Reinforced Concrete Structures" by JSCE
Author(s): Yuichi Uchida, Junichiro Niwa, Yoshihiro Tanaka, Makoto Katagiri
Pages: 343 - 351

Bending Failure Behavior and Crack Properties of Steel Tubes Covered with Multiple-Crack-Type Concrete
Author(s): Kenji Yamashita, Yasuhiro Fujimoto, Seung-Chan Lim, Keitetsu Rokugo
Pages: 353 - 359

Task Group E


Task Group E– Seismic Design, Shear and Torsion – Conclusions
Author(s): Gregor Fischer
Pages: 363 - 364

Test on High-Performance Wall Elements with HPFRCC
Author(s): Hiroshi Fukuyama, Haruhiko Suwada, Tomohisa Mukai
Pages: 365 - 374

Mechanical Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Element Subjected to Pure Shearing Stress
Author(s): Nobuhiro Hisabe, Isamu Yoshitake, Hiroshi Tanaka, Sumio Hamada
Pages: 375 - 381

Fracture Behavior of Shear-Critical Reinforced HPFRCC Members
Author(s): Petr Kabele
Pages: 383 - 392

HPFRCC Infill Panels Under Cyclic Loading: Experiments & Numerical Simulations
Author(s): Keith Kesner, Sarah L. Billington
Pages: 393 - 402

Influence of ECC Ductility on the Diagonal Tension Behavior (Shear Capacity) of Infill Panels Experimental Investigation of Shear Dominant RC Beam Repaired with DFRCC at Cover Thickness
Author(s): Yun Yong Kim, Jeong-Su Kim, Gee Joo Ha, Jin-Keun Kim
Pages: 403 - 410

Experimental Investigation of Shear Dominant RC Beam Repaired with DFRCC at Cover Thickness
Author(s): Jang-Ho Jay Kim, Yun Mook Lim, Jong-Pil Kim
Pages: 411 - 419

Improvement of the Deformation Capacity by the Use of Fibers
Author(s): Kenji Kosa, Hiroki Goda
Pages: 421 - 432

Influence of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete on the Ductility of Beam Elements Shear Behavior of PVA-ECC Beams
Author(s): Zila Rinaldi, Antonio Grimaldi
Pages: 433 - 441

Shear Behavior of PVA-ECC Beams
Author(s): Katsuyuki Shimizu, Toshiyuki Kanakubo, Tetsushi Kanda, Satoru Nagai
Pages: 443 - 451

FEM Analysis on the Shear Behavior of HPFRCC Member
Author(s): Haruhiko Suwada, Hiroshi Fukuyama
Pages: 453 - 461

Basic Study for Construction of HPFRCC Constitutive Models
Author(s): Haruhiko Suwada, Hiroshi Fukuyama
Pages: 463 - 471

Task Group F


Task Group F – Special Considerations – Conclusions
Author(s): Nemy Banthia, Mohamed Maalej
Pages: 473 - 476

Impact Resistance of HPFRCC
Author(s): Nemkumar Banthia
Pages: 479 - 488

3D FE Modeling of Hybrid-Fiber ECC Panels Subjected to Projectile Impact
Author(s): Siew C. Lee, Ser T. Quek, Mohamed Maalej
Pages: 489 - 497

Experimental Study on Crack-Bridging Ability of ECC for Repair Under Train Loading Flexural Fatigue of High and Ultra High Strength Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Author(s): Hiroshi Inaguma, Masaki Seki, Kumiko Suda
Pages: 499 - 508

Flexural Fatigue of High and Ultra High Strength Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Author(s): Eleni S. Lappa, C. René Braam, Joost C. Walraven
Pages: 509 - 518

Partial Use of ECC in Concrete Components to Resist Concentrated Stress
Author(s): Christopher K.Y. Leung, Angus K.F. Cheung, Xiufang Zhang
Pages: 519 - 527

Elevating Material Ductility to Structural Performance of Steel Anchoring to ECC
Author(s): Shunzhi Qian, Victor C. Li
Pages: 529 - 537

Mechanical Behaviour of a Ultra-high Performance Fibre Reinforced Cement Composite Submitted to Impact Loading Conditions
Author(s): Pierre Rossi, Edouard Parant
Pages: 539 - 547

Mix Design, Mechanical Properties, and Impact Resistance of Reactive Powder Concrete (RPC)
Author(s): Marios N. Soutsos, Stephen G. Millard, Konstantinos Karaiskos
Pages: 549 - 560

The Impact Response of Normal and Very High Strength FRC Round Panels
Author(s): Hanfeng Xu, Sidney Mindess, Nemkumar Banthia
Pages: 561 - 569

The Impact Response of Normal and Very High Strength FRC Round Panels
Author(s): Isamu Yoshitake, Koji Baba, Tetsuo Ito, Koji Nakagawa
Pages: 571 - 577