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KONSTA-GDOUTOS, MARIA S.

Measuring, Monitoring and Modeling Concrete Properties

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Table of contents

1. EFFECT OF FIBRE DISTRIBUTION ON THE FATIGUE PERFORMANCE AND AUTOGENOUS SHRINKAGE OF CARDIFRC®
D. Nicolaides, A. Kanellopoulos, B.L. Karihaloo

2. STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS OF HPFRCC IN JAPAN
K. Rokugo, M. Kunieda, S. Miyazato

3. SIMULATION OF THE TENSILE STRESS-STRAIN EHAVIOR OF STRAIN HARDENING CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES
J. Yang, G. Fischer

4. EFFECT OF THE TEST SET-UP AND CURING CONDITIONS ON FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF STRAIN HARDENING CEMENT-BASED COMPOSITES (SHCC)
V. Mechtcherine, J. Schulze

5. CONDITION FOR STRAIN-HARDENING IN ECC UNIAXIAL TEST SPECIMEN
L. Dick- Nielsen, H. Stang, P.N. Poulsen

6. EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF UHPFRC PLATES AND SHELLS
E.M.R Fairbairn, R.D. Toledo Filho, R.C. Battista, J.I Rosa, S Formagini, J.H BrandÃo

7. FRC AND HPFRC COMPOSITES:FROM CONSTITUTIVE BEHAVIOUR TO STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS
M di Prisco, M Colombo

8. TAILORED COMPOSITE UHPFRC-CONCRETE STRUCTURES
E Denariè, E. BrÜhwiler

9. HYBRID FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE
L. Vandewalle

10. PREVENTING AUTOGENOUS SHRINKAGE OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONCRETE STRUCTURES BY INTERNAL CURING
D. Cusson, T. Hoogeveen

11. THERMO-MECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF YOUNG CONCRETE
M. Azenha, R. Faria, J.A. Figueiras

12. MODELING HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE USING FINITE ELEMENT WITH EMBEDDED COHESIVE CRACK
A.M. Fathy, J. Planas, J.M. Sancho, D.A. Cendón, J.C. Gálvez

13. SIZE EFFECT OF CONCRETE: UNIAXIAL AND FLEXURAL COMPRESSION
A.L. Gamino, J.U.A. Borges, T.N. Bittencourt

14. EMBEDDED CRACK ELEMENTS WITH NON -UNIFORM DISCONTINUITY MODES
O.L. Manzoli, P.B. Shing

15. EFFICIENT STRENGTHENING TECHNIQUE FOR REINFORCED CONCRETE SLABS
E. Bonaldo, J.A.O. de Barros, P.B. Lourenço

16. BENDING PERFORMANCE OF HIGH STRENGTH STEEL FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE
E.S. Lappa, C.R. Braam, J.C. Walraven

17. AXIAL SYMMETRY ANALYSES OF PUNCHING SHEAR IN REINFORCED FLAT SLABS
L. Trautwein, T. Bittencourt, R. Faria, J.A. Figueiras, R. Gomes

18. BOND-SLIP BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCEMENT IN NSC AND HSC WITH AND WITHOUT STEEL FIBERS
A. Dancygier, A. Katz, U. Wexler

19. APPLICATION OF INVERSE ANALYSIS TO SHRINKAGE AND CREEP MODELS
L.C. de Almeida, J.L.A. de Oliveira e Sousa, J. de Azevedo Figueiras

20. EFFECTS OF LIGHTWEIGHT AGGREGATES ON AUTOGENOUS DEFORMATION IN CONCRETE
B. Akcay, M.A. Tasdemir

21. FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF HIGH PERFORMANCE FIBER REINFORCED SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE
C. Sengul, Y. Akkaya, M.A. Tasdemir

22. DETERMINING THE TENSILE SOFTENING DIAGRAM OF CONCRETE-LIKE MATERIALS USING HYBRID OPTIMISATION
J. Hannawald

23. PERFORMANCE OF PLAIN AND BLENDED CEMENT CONCRETES AGAINST CORROSION CRACKING
E. Güneyisi, T. Özturan, M. Gesolu

24. MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR AND OPTIMUM DESIGN OF SFRC PLATES
F. Koksal, A. Ilki, F. Bayramov, M.A Tasdemir

25. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HYBRID FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE
A.E. Yurtseven, I.O. Yaman, M. Tokyay

26. INFLUENCE OF TENSION STIFFENING EFFECT ON DESIGN AND BEHAVIOUR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES
A. Elenas, L. Vasiliadis, E. Pouliou, N. Emmanouilidou

27. ASSESSMENT OF MODEL PARAMETERS FOR FRACTURE SIMULATION IN BRITTLE DISORDERED MATERIALS LIKE CONCRETE AND ROCK
J.G.M. van Mier

28. CRACK EXTENSION DUE TO CORROSION BY SIGMA-AE AND BEM
M. Ohtsu, F.A.K.M. Uddin

29. SIZE EFFECT ON CONCRETE SPLITTING TENSILE STRENGTH AND MODULUS OF ELASTICITY
A. Kanos, A. Kanos, P.C. Perdikaris

30. MIXED-MODE CRACK PROPAGATION THROUGH REINFORCED CONCRETE
J.R. Carmona, J.R. Carmona, J.R. del Viso

31. ADVANCED ANALYSIS OF STRESSES FOR CONTROL OF TRANSVERSE CRACKING IN EARLY-AGE CONCRETE DECKS OF COMPOSITE BRIDGES
B. H. Oh, S. C. Choi

32. CRACK HEALING OF EARLY AGE CRACKS IN CONCRETE
E. Schlangen, N. ter Heide, K. van Breugel

33. NON-DESTRUCTIVE MONITORING OF FIBER DISPERSION IN FRCS USING AC-IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY
N. Ozyurt, T. O. Mason, S. P. Shah

34. EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY TO STUDY PLASTIC SHRINKAGE CRACKS IN HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE
A. Sivakumar, M. Santhanam

35. INVESTIGATION OF THE VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF FRESH PORTLAND CEMENT PASTES WITH AN ULTRASONIC WAVE REFLECTION METHOD
Z. Sun, S. P. Shah

36. TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY ANALYSIS IN EARLY-AGE CONCRETE DECKS OF COMPOSITE BRIDGES
B. H. Oh, S. C. Choi, S. W. Cha

37. PRELIMINARY NUMERICAL ASSESSMENT OF MICROCRACKING CAUSED BY AUTOGENOUS SHRINKAGE IN A HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEM
J.H. Moon, J. Couch, J. Weiss

38. FINITE ELEMENT MODELING OF EARLY-AGE CRACKING IN RESTRAINED CONCRETE RING SPECIMENS
O. G. Stavropoulou, M. S. Konsta-Gdoutos, G. E. Papakaliatakis

39. CHEMICAL SHRINKAGE AND CALCIUM HYDROXIDE CONTENT OF EARLY AGE PORTLAND CEMENT MONITORED WITH ULTRASONIC SHEAR WAVE REFLECTIONS
T. Voigt, S. P. Shah

40. A COMPARISON OF HBC & MHC MASSIVE CONCRETES FOR THREE GORGES PROJECT IN CHINA
T. Sui, J. Li, X. Peng, W. Li, Z. Wen, J. Wang, L. Fan

41. INFLUENCE OF FLY ASH ON THE PROPERTIES OF MAGNESIUM OXYCHLORIDE CEMENT
J. Chan, Z. Li

42. CARBONATED CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS AND THEIR ROLE IN CO2SEQUESTRATION
Y. Shao, S. Monkman

43. MORTAR BASED ON ALKALI-ACTIVATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG
D. Krizan, M. Komljenovic

44. INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND CHEMISTRY ACTIVED ON THE CEMENTING PROPERTIES OF COAL GANGUE
W. Zhang, S. Zhou, J. Ye, D. Li, Y. Chen

45. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR THE USE OF FGD GYPSUM IN CEMENT AND CONCRETE PRODUCTION
G. Tzouvalas, G. Rantis, S. Tsimas

46. CEMENT-BASED NANOPIEZO 0–3 COMPOSITES
Z. Li, H. Gong

47. CONCRETE STRENGTH PREDICTION IN STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS MADE WITH PULVERISED FUEL ASH
A. Hatzitheodorou, M. N. Soutsos

48. STUDY ON PROPERTIES OF RUBBER INCLUDED CONCRETE UNDER WET-DRY CYCLING
Y. Zhang, Sun Wei, Chen Shengxia

49. REACTIVE SILICA OF FLY ASH AS AN INDICATOR FOR THE MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE OF BLENDED CEMENTS
S. K. Antiohos, S. Tsimas

50. OPTIMIZATION OF LADLE FURNACE SLAG FOR USE AS A SUPPLEMENTARY CEMENTING MATERIAL
I. Papayianni, E. Anastasiou

51. CRITERIA FOR THE USE OF STEEL SLAG AGGREGATES IN CONCRETE
E. Anastasiou, I. Papayianni

52. CONCRETE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY OF TOMORROW
M. Corradi

53. MODELLING THE INFLUENCE OF SRA ON PROPERTIES OF HPC
V. López, A. Pacios

54. A STUDY OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN VISCOSITY MODIFYING AGENT AND HIGH RANGE WATER REDUCER IN SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE
N. Prakash, M. Santhanam

55. EARLY HYDRATION OF CLINKER PHASES ANALYZED BY SOFT X-RAY TRANSMISSION MICROSCOPY: EFFECTS OF VISCOSITY MODIFYING AGENTS
D.A. Silva, P.J.M. Monteiro

56. RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND SEGREGATION RESISTANCE OF SCC PREPARED BY PORTLAND CEMENT AND FLY ASH
M.H. Ozkul, U.A. Dogan

57. OPTIMIZATION OF SUPERPLASTICIZER CONTENT IN SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE
K.A. Melo, W.L. Repette

58. CAPILLARY RHEOLOGY OF EXTRUDED CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS
K.G. Kuder, S.P. Shah

59. DESIGN OF HIGH STRENGTH SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE FOR TUNNEL LININGS
B. Barragán, R. Gettu, X. Pintado, M. Bravo

60. CHARACTERISING THE PORE STRUCTURE OF CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS USING BACKSCATTERED ELECTRON AND CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY
H.S. Wong, M.K. Head, N.R. Buenfeld

61. FRACTOGRAPHY OF FIBER-CEMENT COMPOSITES VIA LASER SCANNING CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY
B.J. Mohr, K.E. Kurtis

62. QUANTIFICATION OF CAPILLARY PORES AND HADLEY GRAINS IN CEMENT PASTE USING FIB-NANOTOMOGRAPHY
L. Holzer, P. Gasser, B. Muench

63. THREE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF AIR VOID SYSTEMS IN CONCRETE
E.N. Landis, D.J. Corr

64. CALCULATION OF STRUCTURAL DEGRADATION DUE TO CORROSION OF REINFORCEMENTS
J. Rodríguez, L. Ortega, D. Izquierdo, C. Andrade

65. ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUMS OF RETHYMNON AND HERAKLEION
G. Batis, A. Moropoulou, M. Chronopoulos, Ch. Mavronikolas, A. Athanasiadou, A. Bakolas, P. Moundoulas, E. Aggelakopoulou

66. EFFICIENCY OF TRADITIONAL AND INNOVATIVE PROTECTION METHODS AGAINST CORROSION
F. Tittarelli, G. Moriconi

67. CORROSION OF STEEL IN CRACKED CONCRETE: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION
M. Bi, K. Subramaniam

68. CRITERIA AND METHODOLOGY FOR DIAGNOSIS OF CORROSION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENTS IN RESTORED MONUMENTS
A. Moropoulou, G. Batis, M. Chronopoulos, A. Bakolas, E. Aggelakopoulou, E. Rakanta, K. Lambropoulos, E. Daflou

69. USING THE CHLORIDE MIGRATION RATE TO PREDICT THE CHLORIDE PENETRATION RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE
S.W. Cho, S.C. Chiang

70. PORE-SIZE DISTRIBUTION IN BLENDED CEMENT PASTES USING NMR TECHNIQUES
M. Katsioti, M.S. Katsioti, M. Fardi, G. Papavassiliou, J. Marino

71. INVESTIGATION OF CKD - BFS IN REINFORCEMENT CORROSION PROTECTION
A. Routoulas, S. Kalogeropoulou, P. Pantazopoulou, P. Koulouris

72. STRAIN MONITORING METHOD USING IN FREEZE-THAW TEST OF RC
H. Pengfei

73. EVALUATION OF ORGANIC CORROSION INHIBITOR EFFECTIVENESS INTO THE CONCRETE
E. Rakanta, E. Daflou, G. Batis

74. USING CHLORIDE CONCENTRATION AND ELECTRICAL CURRENT TO DETERMINE THE NON-STEADY-STATE CHLORIDE DIFFUSIVITY FROM MIGRATION TEST
C.C. Yang, S.C. Chiang

75. CONCRETE REPAIR ACCORDING TO THE NEW EUROPEAN STANDARD
F. Dehn

76. RETROFIT OF CONCRETE MEMBERS WITH EXTERNALLY BONDED PREFABRICATED SFRCC JACKETS
A. Ilki, D. Akgun, O. Goray, C. Demir, N. Kumbasar

77. INTERNAL STRESS AND CRACKING IN STONE AND MASONRY
G.W. Scherer

78. THE CONTRIBUTION OF HISTORIC MORTARS ON THE EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE OF BYZANTINE MONUMENTS
A. Moropoulou, K. Labropoulos, P. Moundoulas, A. Bakolas

79. MOISTURE AND ION TRANSPORT IN LAYERED PLASTER/SUBSTRATE COMBINATIONS: AN NMR STUDY
L. Pel, J. Petkovi, H. Huinink

80. FREEZING OF SALT SOLUTIONS IN SMALL PORES
M. Steiger

81. EFFECT OF THE PORE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ON CRYSTALLIZATION PRESSURE
G. Chanvillard, G.W. Scherer

82. OPTIMIZATION ASSESSMENT OF COMPATIBLE REPAIR BYZANTINE CONCRETE FOR THE HISTORIC STRUCTURES’ RESTORATION INTERVENTION
E. Aggelakopoulou, A. Moropoulou, A. Bakolas

83. EVALUATING THE POTENTIAL DAMAGE TO STONES FROM WETTING AND DRYING CYCLES
I. Jiménez González, G.W. Scherer

84. ASSESSMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION IMPACT ON THE MICROSTRUCTURE OF MARBLE SURFACES
A. Moropoulou, E.T. Delegou, E. Karaviti, V. Vlahakis

85. CONTROLLING STRESS FROM SWELLING CLAY
T.P. Wangler, A.K. Wylykanowitz, G.W. Scherer

86. TENSION STIFFENING IN GFRP REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
R. Al Sunna, P. Waldron, K. Pilakoutas, T. Al Hadeed

87. CURVED NON FERROUS REINFORCEMENT FOR CONCRETE STRUCTURES
M. Guadagnini, T. Imjai, K. Pilakoutas

88. FAILURE AND INSTABILITY ANALYSIS OF FRP-CONCRETE SHEAR DEBONDING USING STOCHASTIC APPROACH
K. Subramaniam, M. Ali Ahmad, M. Ghosn

89. BOND CHARACTERISTICS AND STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOR OF INORGANIC POLYMER FRP
Ch. Papakonstantinou, P. Balaguru

90. EFFECT OF CONCRETE COMPOSITION ON FRP/CONCRETE BOND CAPACITY
J. Pan, C.K.Y. Leung

91. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HYBRID FABRICS IN PULTRUDED COMPOSITES
A. Peled, B. Mobasher, S. Sueki

92. IMPROVING THE BOND CHARACTERISTICS OF A STRAND EMBEDDED IN A CEMENTITIOUS MATRIX
B.-G. Kang, B. Banholzer, W. Brameshuber

93. ASPECTS OF MODELING TEXTILE REINFORCED CONCRETE (TRC) IN 2D

J. Hegger, O. Bruckermann

94. TRC-SPECIMENS MODELED AS A CHAIN OF CRACKS BRIDGED BY BUNDLES
R. Chudoba, M. Vorechovsky, M. Konrad, J. Jerabek

Keywords: Engineering, Building Materials

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Publication year
2006
Language
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805 pages
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