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Proceedings



Proceedings pro079 : International RILEM Conference on Advances in Construction Materials Through Science and Engineering


Title: International RILEM Conference on Advances in Construction Materials Through Science and Engineering
Edited by Christopher Leung and K.T. WAN
ISBN: 978-2-35158-116-2
e-ISBN: 978-2-35158-117-9
Pages: N/A
Publication date: 2011

While construction activities improve the quality of human live, they also have significant impact on the environment. The production of construction materials requires energy and generates greenhouse gases. The reduction of carbon footprint for construction materials can start at the production phase, where energy efficient processes can be developed and waste or recycled materials can be employed. However, it is just as important to increase the life of built facilities, so the frequency of construction activities can be reduced. Experience over the last few decades has shown that poor material durability is often the cause of pre-mature deterioration of structures, resulting in the need for large scale repair and even reconstruction. Better understanding of the loading and environmental effects on material deformation and failure is required for more durable materials to be designed. Sensing and non-destructive techniques are useful as they enable better quality control and early identification of damages. With the proper repair/strengthening materials and methods, structure life can be extended with little cost and low carbon emission. When structures are built to resist extreme loading (e.g., earthquake, hurricane), the innovative use of high performance materials can effectively control damage and prevent collapse. For buildings, carbon footprint will also be greatly reduced if indoor/outdoor heat exchange is decreased. Material with improved thermal insulation, which is an example of functional materials, can be very useful.

The International RILEM Conference on Advances in Construction Materials Through Science and Engineering took place in Hong Kong, China, on 5-7 September 2011.

The 4 keynote lectures and the 138 papers presented at the conference are included in the present proceedings, which can hopefully serve as a useful reference for researchers and engineers interested in the recent advancements in construction materials.


Contents


Preface
Author(s): Christopher Leung and K.T. Wan
Pages: X - X

Keynotes


Science and engineering for self-consolidating concrete
Author(s): Surendra P. Shah, Jae Hong Kim, and Shiho Kawashima
Pages: 3 - 12

Advances in the modelling of the corrosion onset and the corrosion propagation
Author(s): C. Andrade, F. Tavares, M. Prieto, P.Tanner and D. Izquierdo
Pages: 13 - 21

Water absorption of superabsorbent polymers in a cementitious environment
Author(s): Ole M. Jensen
Pages: 22 - 35

Sustainable development for concrete infrastructure in china
Author(s): Zongjin Li and Bo Zhang
Pages: 36 - 48

Theme 1 - Microstructures and Hydration


Understanding material behavior by integrating numerical simulation with 3D microstructural imaging
Author(s): Eric N. Landis and John E. Bolander
Pages: 49 - 55

Considerations about statistical nanoindentation on hardened cement pastes
Author(s): Pietro Lura, Pavel Trtik and Beat Münch
Pages: 56 - 62

Investigation of hydration and pozzolanic reaction in silica fume-cement paste
Author(s): WANG Lei, HE Zhen, CAI Xinhua, CHEN Xiaorun
Pages: 63 - 70

An investigation on the microstructure formation of polymer modified mortars in the presence of polyacrylate latex
Author(s): Ye TIAN, Zong-jin LI, Hong-yan MA, Xian-yu JIN, Nan-guo JIN
Pages: 71 - 77

Improvement in pozzolanic reactivity of coarse fly ash by mechano-chemical method
Author(s): B.Singh, Simmi Tyagi, M.Gupta and S.K. Bhattacharyya
Pages: 78 - 85

Influence and mechanism of nanowhisker material for concrete in-situ toughening
Author(s): W. Lin, D. Zhou, C. Miao, and J. Liu
Pages: 86 - 92

Hydration kinetics of cement paste with very fine inert mineral additives
Author(s): H.-W. Krauss, H. Budelmann
Pages: 93 - 99

Hydration model of slag-blended cements
Author(s): B. Kolani, L. Buffo-Lacarriere, A. Sellier, G. Escadeillas, L. Boutillon,
Pages: 100 - 107

Effect of water-filled macropore inclusions on the hydration of Portland cement detected by thermo gravimetric analysis
Author(s): A. Assmann and H. W. Reinhardt
Pages: 108 - 115

Self curing concrete
Author(s): Garje Rajesh Kumar
Pages: 116 - 123

A closed-loop controlled automatic Fogging curing system based on pore water pressure measurement
Author(s): Qian Tian, Yujiang Wang, Jiaping Liu, Changwen Miao
Pages: 124 - 131

Theme 2 - Admixtures


Effect of a MgO-CaO Composed Expansive Agent on the Properties of high performance concrete
Author(s): J.P. Liu, Q. Tian, Y.J. Wang, S.Z. Zhang, F. Guo, C.W. Miao
Pages: 132 - 139

The effect of the evaporation retardant on the mortar plastic shrinkage and cracking
Author(s): L. Li, J.P. Liu, Q. Tian, C.W. Miao, Y.J. Wang
Pages: 140 - 145

Influence of plant particles treatments on the interface with a mineral matrix
Author(s): V. Nozahic, S. Amziane
Pages: 146 - 154

Influence and mechanism of polymer coating on frost resistance of concrete
Author(s): L. Shi, J.Z. Lau and J.P. Lau
Pages: 155 - 161

Study of water dispersible PU/C-S-H nanostructure hybrid materials
Author(s): B. Ding, W.R. Tang, D.L. Zhou, C.W. Miao
Pages: 162 - 174

Influence of Temperature on Properties of Different Ester-type Polycarboxylate Graft copolymers
Author(s): Zhou Dongliang, Ran Qianping, Qiao Min, Liu Jiaping, Miao Changwen
Pages: 175 - 183

Effect of chemical structure of backbone in comb-like copolymer dispersants on early properties of concentrated cement suspensions
Author(s): Q.P. Ran, C.W. Miao, J.P. Liu, Y. Shan, J.G.Zhang
Pages: 184 - 190

Effect of a superplasticizer at the interface concrete/release agent/formwork
Author(s): S. Bouharoun, Y. Vanhove, C. Djelal, P. De Caro, I. Dubois
Pages: 191 - 199

Retarding effect of superplasticizer on the hydration of Portland cement
Author(s): L.Z. Xiao, X.S.Wei and Z.J.Li
Pages: 200 - 207

Theme 3 - Rheology and Self-Compacting Concrete


On the rheological behaviour of superplasticized cement paste
Author(s): C. Jayasree, Ravindra Gettu, and J. Murali Krishnan
Pages: 208 - 215

Rheological properties of self-consolidating concrete stabilized with fillers or admixtures
Author(s): H. Vikan, K. De Weerdt, and S. Smeplass
Pages: 216 - 222

Rheological behavior of fresh mortar
Author(s): Qianqian Zhang, Jianzhong Liu, Changwen Miao and Jiaping Liu
Pages: 223 - 230

Measurement method for consistency of polymer-modified sprayed mortar with vane-type viscometer
Author(s): Kazuo ICHIMIYA 1, Kimiaki ZAITSU 2, and Makoto ETOH
Pages: 231 - 238

Influence of bar diameter on top-bar effect in self-compacting concrete
Author(s): P. Desnerck, G. De Schutter, and L. Taerwe
Pages: 239 - 246

Eco-Efficiency of Fiber-Reinforced Self-Compacting Concrete (FR-SCC)
Author(s): A. P. Fantilli, C. Villani, B. Chiaia, and D. Zampini
Pages: 247 - 254

Fracture processes of Self Compacting Concrete using image analysis
Author(s): T. Hemalatha, J. M. Chandra Kishen and Ananth Ramaswamy
Pages: 255 - 262

Study on chloride binding of self-compacting concrete with different crack lengths: non-steady state migration test
Author(s): S. Mu, G. De Schutter, and B. G. Ma
Pages: 263 - 270

Strength and durability studies of conventional concrete and self compacting concrete
Author(s): S Venkateswara Rao, M V Seshagiri Rao, D Ramaseshu
Pages: 271 - 280

Structural behaviour of a tie confined self consolidating performance concrete (SCPC) under axial compression
Author(s): P.Rathish Kumar, Prasad M.L.V and Radhika K.L
Pages: 281 - 287

Theme 4 - Shrinkage


Prediction of drying shrinkage in concrete structures: study of size effect
Author(s): F. Benboudjema, and J.-M. Torrenti
Pages: 288 - 293

Early-age behavior of reinforced concrete under restrained conditions
Author(s): W. Jiang, Y. Yaun, and G. De Schutter
Pages: 294 - 300

Autogenous shrinkage of dam concrete and its influence on thermal stress
Author(s): Hideaki Sato, Shingo Miyazawa, and Astushi Yatagai
Pages: 301 - 308

Assessment of Restrained Shrinkage Cracking of Concrete with Elliptical Ring Specimens – Preliminary Results
Author(s): Xiangming Zhou, and Olayinka Oladiran
Pages: 309 - 316

Synthesis and evaluation of grafted copolymer shrinkage-reducing admixture
Author(s): Gao nanxiao, Zhang jiangang, Ran qianping, Miao changwen, Liu jiaping
Pages: 317 - 326

Theme 5 - Novel Testing and Characterization Methods


Experimental study on blast resistance of SIFCON
Author(s): P. Chun, S. Lee, S.H. Cho and Y.M. Lim
Pages: 327 - 334

A study of the accelerated ageing process of cementitious materials
Author(s): A. Babaahmadi, L. Tang, and Z. Abbas
Pages: 335 - 342

Image-based detection and analysis of crack propagation in cementitious composites
Author(s): E.B. Pereira, G. Fischer, and J.A.O. Barros
Pages: 343 - 350

Estimation of spatial damage in concrete structures using semi-variogram analysis
Author(s): Tetsuya Suzuki, Tatsuo Naka and Masayasu Ohtsu
Pages: 351 - 357

Influence of strength and curing age on concrete fracture energy adjusted by fractal method
Author(s): J.G. Han, P.Y. Yan
Pages: 358 - 363

Hybrid NDE for rebar corrosion in reinforced concrete
Author(s): Masayasu Ohtsu, Yuma Kawasaki, Misuzu Kitaura and Yuichi Tomoda
Pages: 364 - 370

Evolution of shear stiffness and electrical resistance in cement based materials
Author(s): Tae Sup Yun, Woong Been Son, Young Jin Kim, Yun Mook Lim
Pages: 371 - 376

In situ concrete structures moisture measurement using a pulse test method
Author(s): Z. Duan, F. Agostini, J. Liu, F. Skoczylas, T. Dubois and J-P. Dubois
Pages: 377 - 384

Failure process in shear bonding strength tests between existing concrete and repairing material by acoustic emission technique
Author(s): Kentaro Ohno, So Kurohara, Kimitaka Uji and Atsushi Ueno
Pages: 385 - 391

A study of full-field debond behavior of CFRP-reinforced concrete beams
Author(s): W L Lai, K K Lee, S C Kou, C S Poon, W.F. Tsang
Pages: 392 - 402

Continuous monitoring of cement paste E-modulus since casting: a method based on modal identification
Author(s): M. Azenha, R. Faria, F. Magalhăes, L. Ramos, and A. Cunha
Pages: 403 - 410

Theme 6 - Material Damage and Durability


Static vs. dynamic Young´s modulus as indicator for ASR degradation
Author(s): H.W. Reinhardt, O. Mielich
Pages: 411 - 418

Study of the of pore solution in concrete partially exposed to Na2SO4 solution
Author(s): Zanqun Liu, Yunhua Liu, Geert De Schutter, Dehua Deng
Pages: 419 - 426

Fatigue Damage Assessment in Cracked RC Beams
Author(s): Sonalisa Ray, J. M. Chandra Kishen
Pages: 427 - 434

Durability and Crack control in FRC RC elements: an experimental study
Author(s): F. Minelli, G. Tiberti, and G.A. Plizzari
Pages: 435 - 443

Validation of models for assessment of durability of concrete structures exposed in chloride environments
Author(s): L. Tang
Pages: 444 - 452

Simulation of chloride penetration within partially carbonated concrete
Author(s): Xiaomeng Wang, Mickaël Thiéry, Véronique Baroghel-Bouny
Pages: 453 - 460

Salt distribution mapping in natural building and decorative stones
Author(s): S. Modestou, M. Theodoridou, I. Ioannou
Pages: 461 - 468

Lattice Boltzmann simulation of the ionic diffusivity of cement paste
Author(s): M. Zhang, G. Ye, and K. van Breugel
Pages: 469 - 477

Specification and site control of the permeability of the cover concrete: the Swiss approach
Author(s): E. Denarič, F. Jacobs, A. Leemann, T. Teruzzi and R. Torrent
Pages: 478 - 485

Increase of Service Life of Reinforced Concrete Structures in Marine Environment by Water Repellent Treatment
Author(s): Zhao Tie-jun, Wittmann Folker H. and Li Weihua, Zhang Peng
Pages: 486 - 492

Characterising the structure and permeability of alkali-activated binders
Author(s): John L. Provis, Idawati Ismail, Rupert J. Myers, Volker Rose, Jannie S.J. van Deventer
Pages: 493 - 501

Concrete permeability size effect
Author(s): S. Dal Pont, M. Brocato, and A. Feraille
Pages: 502 - 506

Real-time evolution of water permeability in cracking concrete
Author(s): Rastiello G., Boulay C., Dal Pont S., Tailhan J.-L. and Ramanich S.
Pages: 507 - 514

Application of Neutron Radiography to study moisture movement in cracked and uncracked concrete
Author(s): F. H. Wittmann, P. Zhang, and T. J. Zhao
Pages: 515 - 522

Self Healing Behavior of Engineered Cementitious Composites
Author(s): S.Z. Qian, J. Zhou, and E. Schlangen
Pages: 523 - 529

Application of sodium silicate solution as self-healing agent in cementitious materials
Author(s): Haoliang Huang and Guang Ye
Pages: 530 - 536

Self-Healing Capability of Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites
Author(s): M. Koda, H. Mihashi, T. Nishiwaki, T. Kikuta and S.M. Kwon
Pages: 537 - 544

Self healing mortars by using different cementitious materials
Author(s): K. Sisomphon, O. Copuroglu
Pages: 545 - 552

Feasibility and potential of prefabricated porous concrete as a component to make concrete structures self-healing
Author(s): Senot Sangadji and Erik Schlangen
Pages: 553 - 559

Theme 7 - Strengthening and Repair


Bond deterioration between reinforcing bars and concrete subject to cyclic loads and cracks
Author(s): C. Mahrenholtz, R. Eligehausen, J. Hofmann, and S. Pampanin
Pages: 560 - 567

Strain models for FRP-confined concrete
Author(s): A. Napoli, and R. Realfonzo
Pages: 568 - 575

Interfacial behaviour between Mechanically Fastened FRP laminates and concrete substrate: test results and modelling
Author(s): E. Martinelli, A. Napoli, B. Nunziata, and R. Realfonzo
Pages: 576 - 583

Experimental and numerical study of distinct techniques to strengthen beams failing in bending under monotonic loading
Author(s): José Sena-Cruz, Joaquim Barros, Mário Coelho, and Luís Silva
Pages: 584 - 591

Numerical simulation of flexural behaviors of FRP strengthened RC beams at different steel corrosion rates
Author(s): J. L. Pan, C. Y. Qi, Y. F. Huang
Pages: 592 - 599

Rigid body spring network modeling of the tension stiffening of FRP-strengthened RC members
Author(s): Jian-Guo Dai
Pages: 600 - 607

Polymer modified cement mortars for the repair of concrete structures
Author(s): Ajay Krishnan, Priya S. Nair and Ravindra Gettu
Pages: 608 - 614

Experimental calibration of the bond strength of FRP, externally glued on masonry elements, based on design provisions
Author(s): Matteo Panizza, Enrico Garbin, Maria RosaValluzzi and Claudio Modena
Pages: 615 - 622

Influence of a fiber coatings for the repair of sewerage in masonry
Author(s): M.Saade, S. Kesteloot, C. Djelal, L. Hamitouche, I. Benslimane
Pages: 623 - 631

Microstructure of the Interface in Concrete Repairs
Author(s): Jian Zhou, Guang Ye and Klaas van Breuge
Pages: 632 - 639

Theme 8 - Steel Corrosion and Life Prediction


Embedded sensors for the corrosion monitoring and control in marine structures
Author(s): C. Andrade, J. Fullea, N. Rebolledo, A. Castillo, F Jimenez, J.A. Bolańo, J.J.Muńoz, J. Millan, J.M Alvarez
Pages: 640 - 646

Chloride analysis in concrete by LA-ICP-MS
Author(s): N. Silva, T. Luping, S. Rauch
Pages: 647 - 654

The interference of OH- ions in the potentiometric determination of free Cl- in cement paste pore solution
Author(s): M.A. Climent, C. Antón, G. de Vera, A. Hidalgo, and C. Andrade
Pages: 655 - 562

Correlation between accelerated steel corrosion in concrete and ground penetrating radar parameters
Author(s): B.J. Zhan, W.L. Lai, S.C. Kou, C.S. Poon, W.F. Tsang
Pages: 563 - 571

Distributed cracks detection by BOTDA and its application in corrosion cracking monitoring
Author(s): Y. He, J.H. Mao, W.L. Jin, and J. Xia
Pages: 572 - 577

Influence of mechanical cracks on the development of corrosion mechanism
Author(s): Raoul François, Inamullah Khan, Hugo Mercado, Arnaud Castel
Pages: 578 - 585

Moisture conditions in a Dutch tunnel lining and possible consequences for reinforcement corrosion
Author(s): J.H.M. Visser
Pages: 586 - 593

Study on surface cracks fractal characteristics of forced concrete beam under three-point loading
Author(s): J. Wei, L.F. Cao, Y.X. Zeng and R.Z. Dong
Pages: 594 - 601

Influence of crack widths on corrosion of reinforcing steel bar in fiber reinforced cementitious composites
Author(s): H. Mihashi, S. F. U. Ahmed and A. Kobayakawa
Pages: 602 - 609

Classification of environmental exposure of building elements by tests
Author(s): H. W. Pang, Bosco L.K. Au and W. B Chan
Pages: 610 - 616

Grading the environmental area according to its effect on the durability of concrete structures under atmospheric condition
Author(s): W.L. Jin, H.R. Wu
Pages: 617 - 624

Correlations between natural and accelerated corrosion rates in RC structures - preliminary results
Author(s): M. Otieno, H. Beushausen and M. Alexander
Pages: 625 - 632

Theme 9 - Environmental Friendly Construction Materials


Low water demand binder technology for environmental friendly cements with low clinker content
Author(s): Falikman V.R., and Bashlykov N.F.
Pages: 633 - 642

Excitation mechanism of alkaline condition on the hydration activity of steel slag
Author(s): Q. Wang, P.Y. Yan, J.J. Feng
Pages: 643 - 650

Calcined marl as effective pozzolan
Author(s): H. Justnes, T, Řstnor, and T. Danner
Pages: 651 - 658

Air purification potential and weathering resistance of a TiO2 coating applied on aerated concrete
Author(s): A. Maury-Ramirez, K. Demeestere, N. De Belie
Pages: 659 - 664

How to overcome technical and commercial barriers to the adoption of alkali activated concrete
Author(s): J.S.J. van Deventer, P. Duxson and J.L. Provis
Pages: 665 - 672

A type of ecocement prepared from municipal solid waste incineration fly ash
Author(s): K. Wu, H.S. Shi
Pages: 673 - 683

Strengthening efficiency of nonstandard addition of fluidized bed ash in concrete
Author(s): M.A. Glinicki, G. Nowowiejski and K. Gibas
Pages: 684 - 691

The influence of high performance concrete on low-carbon
Author(s): C.W. Miao
Pages: 692 - 702

A study on factors influencing compressive strength of CO2-cured concrete
Author(s): C. Shi, M. Liu, Q. Zou and F He
Pages: 703 - 711

Impact of raw materials on the mechanical and thermal properties of hemp concretes
Author(s): E. Gourlay and L. Arnaud
Pages: 712 - 719

Mechanical properties of recycled aggregate concrete prepared with old concrete with different strength grades
Author(s): Shi-cong Kou and Chi-sun Poon
Pages: 720 - 729

Fatigue of normal and crumb rubber concrete under different temperatures
Author(s): Yamei Zhang, Zhe Zhao
Pages: 730 - 739

Properties of concrete containing recycled coarse aggregates and fly ash
Author(s): S.F.U. Ahmed
Pages: 740 - 747

Experimental study on geopolymeric recycled concrete used as sustainable construction material
Author(s): X.S. Shi, F.G. Collins, X.L. Zhao, and Q.Y. Wang
Pages: 748 - 755

Influence of micro and nano-sized RHAs on hydration and compressive strength of cement based pastes
Author(s): G.C. Cordeiro, S.P.B. Lima, E.M.R. Fairbairn, R.D. Toledo Filho
Pages: 756 - 764

Use of a natural pozzolan for improving concrete properties
Author(s): O. Sengul and A. Turkoglu
Pages: 765 - 771

Theme 10 - High Performance Construction Materials


Fatigue behavior of high performance concrete in compression
Author(s): P. Bun, B. Espion
Pages: 772 - 776

Gas relative permeability of high-performance concrete: effect of water saturation under phase desorption and sorption
Author(s): Wei Chen, F. Skoczylas, T. Dubois
Pages: 777 - 784

Development of High-Strength Lightweight Cement-Based Composites
Author(s): S.M. Kwon, T. Kikuta, T. Nishiwaki and H. Mihashi
Pages: 785 - 792

Water film thickness and paste film thickness: key factors for mix design of high-performance concrete
Author(s): A.K.H. Kwan and L.G. Li
Pages: 793 - 801

Shear strength of ultra high performance pre-cast PC joint with joint type and lateral compressive stress
Author(s): C.H. Lee, Y.J. Kim, W.J. Chin and E.S. Choi
Pages: 802 - 809

The Joining Method for Permanent Formwork
Author(s): Q. Jin, C.K.Y. Leung, and W.L. Chung
Pages: 810 - 817

TIO2TRC – New features of TRC by titanium dioxide modifications
Author(s): C. Neunzig, J. Steinhoff and W. Brameshuber
Pages: 818 - 826

High-temperature behavior of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): C. Kulas, J. Hegger, M. Raupach and U. Antons
Pages: 827 - 834

Stress-crack opening relationship of engineered cementitious composites and application
Author(s): Jun Zhang, Xianchun Ju
Pages: 835 - 844

Shear crack formation and propagation in reinforced Engineered
Author(s): I. Paegle, G. Fischer
Pages: 845 - 852

Tailoring SHCC made of two kinds of PVA fibers
Author(s): A. P. Fantilli, H. Mihashi, T. Naganuma, and T. Nishiwaki
Pages: 853 - 860

Fibre reinforced cementitious composites with alkali-activated slag as sole binder
Author(s): C. Lin, O. Kayali, E.V. Morozov and D.J Sharp
Pages: 861 - 867

Theme 11 - Special Binders and Materials for Special Applications


Influence of pretreatment process on the properties of phosphogypsum-based composite binders
Author(s): J.K. Yang, T.Y. Ren, J. Zhu, Y.L. Li, N. Ye, X.F. Zhu and J.W. Liu
Pages: 868 - 876

Performance of fly ash based geopolymer pastes under chemical environment
Author(s): B. Singh, Sarika Sharma, M.Gupta and S.K. Bhattacharyya
Pages: 877 - 884

Creep of Geopolymer and Portland Cement Pastes due to High Temperature Exposure
Author(s): Zhu Pan, Jay G. Sanjayan
Pages: 885 - 892

Development of a functional mortar for restraining attached algae growth
Author(s): S. Park, J-H. Kim, H. Kang, S. Y. Choi and Y. M. Lim
Pages: 893 - 898

Applications of tremie concrete in the Olmsted dam
Author(s): Dale E. Berner, Haijian Shi
Pages: 899 - 906

Characterisation of cemented rock fill materials for the Cosmos nickel mine, Western Australia
Author(s): H. Saw, S. Prentice and E. Villaescusa
Pages: 907 - 914

Investigation of hygric and thermal performance of a novel thermal insulation system
Author(s): Z. Pavlík, J. Kočí, M. Pavlíková and R. Černý
Pages: 915 - 922

Experimental and computational analysis of interface resistances in multi-layered systems of building materials
Author(s): Z. Pavlík, J. Žumár, J. Kočí, L. Fiala, J. Maděra and R. Černý
Pages: 923 - 930

Theme 12 - Wood, Metals and Asphalt


Ab-initio calculations of hydrogen embrittlement in high strength steels
Author(s): J. Sanchez, J. Fullea, C. Andrade, P.L. De Andres
Pages: 931 - 937

Stress corrosion cracking of high strength steels. Crack propagation mechanism and fracture toughness
Author(s): J. Sanchez, J. Fullea, C. Andrade
Pages: 938 - 944

Elevated temperature effect on elastic modulus of high strength steel S690
Author(s): Xuhong Qiang, Frans Bijlaard, and Henk Kolstein
Pages: 945 - 951

Evaluation of duration of load factors for wooden structural materials
Author(s): S. Nakajima, S. Matsuzato, N. Yamaguchi and T. Nakagawa
Pages: 952 - 958

Response of FRP-glulam slab systems under five point bending load
Author(s): M. Jorge, J. Branco, J. Sena-Cruz, J. Barros and G. Dalfré
Pages: 959 - 966

Testing and characterization of compacted asphalt pavement materials
Author(s): M.N. Partl, H. di Benedetto, F. Canestrari, H.U. Bahia
Pages: 967 - 974

Influence of warm mix asphalt additive on rheological characteristics of asphalt binders
Author(s): Zhifei Liu, Shaopeng Wu, Jiaping Liu, Jinxiang Hong, Chong Huang
Pages: 975 - 981

Influence of asphalt emulsion on cement hydration in CA mortar
Author(s): Xu Jing, Hong Jinxiang, Liu Jiaping, Liu Zhifei
Pages: 982 - 989

Research on the fatigue performance of semi-flexible pavement material with cement-emulsified asphalt mortar
Author(s): Chong Huang, Qingjun Ding, Jiaping Liu, Jinxiang Hong, Zhifei Liu
Pages: 990 - 997

Theme 13 - Sustainability and Life-Cycle Analysis


Service life of combined mechanical and environmental loads
Author(s): F.H. Wittmann, Zhao Tie-jun, Jiang Fu-jiang, and Zhang Peng
Pages: 998 - 1004

Assessment concept for the sustainable use of secondary aggregates in concrete
Author(s): T. Herbst, K. Rübner, B. Meng, and B. Hauer
Pages: 1005 - 1012

Study of Durability Analysis and Evaluation Model for Existing Concrete Structure in Coastal Areas
Author(s): Haiyong Yu, He Zhang
Pages: 1013 - 1022

The "greenness" of High-Volume Fly Ash (HVFA) concrete when exposed to carbonation
Author(s): P. Van den Heede, N. De Belie
Pages: 1023 - 1029

Application of exergy analysis in the environmental assessment of concrete structures
Author(s): R. Muigai, M.G. Alexander, and P. Moyo
Pages: 1030 - 1036

The use of rice husk ash to produce ultra high performance concrete for sustainable development
Author(s): Nguyen Van Tuan, Guang Ye
Pages: 1037 - 1042

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