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Simulation of volume changes in hardening cement-based materials
E. A. B. Koenders
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Advances in Cement-Based Materials: Proc. Int. Conf. Advanced Concrete Materials, Nov. , Stellenbosch, South Africa - CRC Press Book. References 1 K. Van Breugel Simulation of Hydration and Formation of Structure in hardening Cement-Based Materials PhD Thesis Delft 2 K. Van Breugel Numerical simulation of hydration and microstructural development of cement-based composites Computer Aided Design in Composite Material Technology IV W. R. Blain and W. P. De Wilde.
By comparing Figures 5 and 7, it is observed that the behavior of the compressive strength of cement mortar and cement paste specimens is r, the larger specimens of cement mortar have enabled to investigate a new region, where the curve of compressive strength has showed an increasing tendency. The small samples of cement paste (3 cm × 3 cm × 3 cm) do Author: Tomáš Ficker. Thin bonded cement-based overlays include surface repairs, toppings, and linings, especially on slabs, slabs on soil, concrete pavements, and tunnel walls. The aim of this paper is to show that, contrary to a widely held belief, debonding of cement-based overlays is governed not by the shear stress along the overlay-base interface but by the.
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PDF | On Jan 1,E.A.B. Koenders and others published Simulation of Volume Changes in Hardening Cemet-Based Materials | Find, read and cite all. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Summary in Dutch. Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Features of Low Water/Cement Ratio Concretes Modelling Hydration and Microstructure Modelling of Autogenous Shrinkage Autogenous Shrinkage: Experiments vs Simulations Ribbon.
Koenders, E.A.B., ’Simulation of volume changes in hardening cement-based materials’, PhD thesis, (Delft University of Technology, )  Cook, R.A.
and Hover, K.C., ’Mercury porosimetry of hardened cement pastes’, Cement and. Numerical simulation of hydration and microstructural development in hardening cement-based materials (I) theory NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF HYDRATION AND MICROSTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN HARDENING CEMENT-BASED MATERIALS (I) Theory K.
van Breugel Technical University of Technology Delft, The Netherlands ABSTRACT Cited by: After having outlined the structure of a computer-based simulation program, called HYMOSTRUC (9), which was developed to describe and predict hydration and microstructural development of cement-based materials, characteristic features of the simulation model are by: Simulation of connectivity of capillary porosity in hardening cement-based systems made of blended materials Article (PDF Available) in Heron 54(2).
Koenders, E.A.B., ’Simulation of volume changes in hardening cement-based materials’, PhD thesis, (Delft University of Technology, ) Google Scholar  Cook, R.A. and Hover, K.C., ’Mercury porosimetry of hardened cement pastes’, Cement and Concrete Research 29(6) () Author: Shasha Xie, Zhiyuan Cheng, Li Wan.
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Koenders, E.A.B. Simulation of Volume Changes in Hardening Cement-Based Materials; Technische Universiteit Delft: Delft, The Netherlands, ; ISBN [Google Scholar] Van Breugel, K. Numerical simulation of hydration and microstructural development in hardening cement-based materials (I) theory.
Cem. Concr. Res.25, –Cited by: 1. E.A.B. Koenders, Simulation of Volume Changes in Hardening Cement-Based Materials, Ph. thesis, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, 27 E. Tazawa and S.
Miyazawa, Influence of Cement and Admixture on Autogenous Shrinkage of Cement Paste, Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 25 (2),hardening cement-based system made of blended materials is studied numerically.
The blended materials include blast furnace slag and limestone powder. In the numerical simulation, the hydration of the multi-components, i.e. cement particle and filler particle are considered. For quantification of early deformations of hardening cement-based systems a number of conceptual and numerical models have been proposed.
In this contribution some aspects of these models with be discussed and evaluated with respect to the mechanisms that are considered to be responsible for volume and length changes at early by: Volume 9, Vol 8, Vol 7, Vol 6, Vol 5, Vol 4, Vol 3, Vol 2, Vol 1, Download citations Electrochemical investigation on the influence of sulfates on chloride-induced corrosion of steel bar in cement-based materials.
Simulation of hydration and formation of structure in hardening cement-based materials. Title. Simulation of hydration and formation of structure in hardening cement-based materials. Author. Van Breugel, K.
Date. Abstract. Second edition. Cited by: A digital image-based model of the microstructure of cement paste, coupled with exact transport algorithms, is used to study the diffusivity of Portland cement paste.
The principal variables considered are water∶cement ratio, degree of cement hydration and capillary by: With the development of concrete technology, fillers are widely used in high performance concrete to improve its properties. Among them, limestone powder is popularly added in self-compacting concrete to gain good flowability.
However, by lack of experimental data, several materials properties after the addition of limestone powder are still not sure, which actually yield some Cited by: 4. strain hardening cement-based materials is presented.
It allows to determine the uniaxial stress- tively large highly strained volume. The specimen dimensions for the tests described in Section are given in Table 1.
Of course, the [1, 11]. A continuing simulation with the model shown in Figure 5 would not be. Sulpho-aluminate cement as the base material, rapid hardening cement-based grouting material can be formulated. In this paper, a study on grouting material fluidity and mechanical properties in different cement-sand ratios and nanoSiO2s impact on the performance of the grouting material is made.
Based on the test, it can be learnt that Sulpho-aluminate cement as the base material, Author: Li Hua Wang, Yi Fan Duan. Strain-Hardening Cement-Based Composites: SHCC4 Viktor Mechtcherine, Volker Slowik, Petr Kabele (eds.) This is the proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Strain-Hardening Cement-Based Composites (SHCC4), that was held at the Technische Universität Dresden, Germany from 18 to 20 September Non-destructive monitoring system of setting and hardening of cementitious materials based on the dielectric and ultrasonic properties Ye, G., Princigallo, A., van Breugel, K.
& Fraay, ALA.,Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on cement and concrete, Shanghai, China, Shanghai: Tongji University, p. 6 p. Research output: Chapter in Book.
This work aims to provide a method for numerically and experimentally investigating the fracture mechanism of cement paste at the microscale. For this purpose, a new procedure was proposed to prepare micro cement paste cubes ( × × µm3) and beams with a square cross section of × µm2.
By loading the cubes to failure with a Berkovich indenter, the global Cited by: • Durability of cement-based materials due to the inherent brittleness and low tensile strength. • Improved strength and ductility by adding fiber reinforcement. • Enhance stiffness, shear strength • A simplified deflection hardening bilinear moment model was derived .
• Materials development • Characterization by means of testingFile Size: 6MB.Numerical simulation of the effect of microstructural development on creep of hardening concrete van Breugel, K. & Lokhorst, S. J.,Proceedings of the sixth international conference on creep, shrinkage and durability mechanics of concrete and other quasi-brittle materials.
Oxford, UK: Elsevier, p. 6 p. Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference .