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Technical Committees Recommendations published by Springer from January 2006 until now
Recommendation of RILEM TC 236-BBM: characterisation testing of hemp shiv to determine the initial water content, water absorption, dry density, particle size distribution and thermal conductivity, April 2017
Recommendation of RILEM TC 212-ACD : acoustic emission and related NDE techniques for crack detection and damage evaluation in concrete / Test method for damage qualification of reinforced concrete beams by acoustic emission
Recommendation of RILEM TC 212-ACD : acoustic emission and related NDE techniques for crack detection and damage evaluation in concrete / Test method for classification of active cracks in concrete structures by acoustic emission
Update of the recommendation of RILEM TC 189-NEC ‘Non-destructive evaluation of the concrete cover’ « Comparative test - part I – Comparative test of penetrability methods », Materials & Structures, v38, Dec 2005, pp.895-906
Technical Committees Recommendations published by RILEM Publications S.A.R.L. between January 1996 to December 2005
Test method recommendations of RILEM TC 177-MDT 'Masonry durability and on-site testing' - D.3: Determination "in situ" of the adhesive strength of rendering and plastering mortars to their substrate
Title: Test method recommendations of RILEM TC 177-MDT 'Masonry durability and on-site testing' -
D.3: Determination "in situ" of the adhesive strength of rendering and plastering mortars to their substrate
Author(s): RILEM TC 177-MDT
Paper category : journal
Serial title: Materials and Structures
Abreviated Serial title: Mater. Struct.
Publisher: RILEM Publications SARL
Issue date: 2004-08-01
Publication year: 2004
Pages: 488 - 490
Total Pages: 3
Nb references: 10
There is an enduring interest in the durability of masonry acting as a composite material especially because a very large proportion of the world’s heritage buildings and civil engineering structures are predominantly constructed from this material. There is a continuing need for information on the best way to maintain a state of good preservation of masonry and on sympathetic techniques for repair and reinstatement of deteriorated masonry.
In order to evaluate materials for use in both new and old structures, laboratory accelerated durability tests are necessary. Equally, a range of in-situ, non-destructive or semi-invasive tests are required to evaluate the status and condition of structures in the field and allow quality control of repair systems.
Online publication: 2004-06-27
Classification: RILEM Technical Committees
Publication type : full_text
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