Mechanical Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete

Mechanical Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete

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The State-of-the-Art Report of RILEM Technical Committee 228-MPS on Mechanical properties of Self-Compacting Concrete (SCC) summarizes an extensive body of information related to mechanical properties and mechanical behaviour of SCC. Due attention is given to the fact that the composition of SCC varies significantly. A wide range of mechanical properties are considered, including compressive strength, stress-strain relationship, tensile and flexural strengths, modulus of elasticity, shear strength, effect of elevated temperature, such as fire spalling and residual properties after fire, in-situ properties, creep, shrinkage, bond properties and structural behaviour. A chapter on fibre-reinforced SCC is included, as well as a chapter on specialty SCC, such as light-weight SCC, heavy-weight SCC, preplaced aggregate SCC, special fibre reinforced SCC and underwater concrete.33, 347a€“351 (2000) CEB-FIP: Bulletin 55: Model Code 2010a€”First complete draft, CEB-FIP, vol. ... Res.45, 51a€“61 (1993) Bamonte, P., Felicetti, R., Gambarova, P.G.: Mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete at high temperature andanbsp;...

Title:Mechanical Properties of Self-Compacting Concrete
Author:Kamal Khayat, Geert De Schutter
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2014-02-05


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