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Time-dependent behaviour of concrete structures

R. I. Gilbert

Time-dependent behaviour of concrete structures

by R. I. Gilbert

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Published by Spon in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete -- Deterioration,
  • Service life (Engineering),
  • Concrete structures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRaymond Ian Gilbert and Gianluca Ranzi.
    ContributionsRanzi, Gianluca, 1972-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA440 .G449 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24123823M
    ISBN 109780415493840, 9780203879399
    LC Control Number2010007786

    Providing detailed information, this book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service gives analytical methods to help anticipate time-dependent cracking, the gradual change in tension stiffening with time, creep induced deformations and the load independent strains caused by shrinkage and temperature changes. R.I. Gilbert is the author of Time-Dependent Behaviour of Concrete Structures ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Design of Prestr 4/5(1).

      Abstract: The influence of environment on time-dependent behavior of reinforced concrete structures is introduced and the principal variables discusssed. Deformation due to variable stress history is described in general terms. A simplification in determining specific creep function is by: About this book This title provides a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the mechanical behavior of concrete, including such features as its elastoplasticity, its compressive and tensile strength, its behavior over time (including creep and shrinkage, cracking and fatigue) as well as modeling techniques and its response to various stimuli.

      If reinforced concrete columns and walls in high-rise buildings are subjected to axial load for a sustained duration, long-term lateral deformation (or curvature) as well as axial shortening increase over time due to the creep and shrinkage of concrete. In the present study, sustained load tests were performed to evaluate the time-dependent axial shortening and lateral displacement occurring Author: Tae-Sung Eom, Chang-Soo Kim, Xin Zhang, Jae-Yo Kim. Concrete also exhibits stress­ independent deformations which. in addition to thermal dilatation, include shrinkage (or swelling), i.e. a volumetric deformation due to changes in water content and long-time chemical processes. To distin­ guish these two types of time-dependent deformations, creep is usually.


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Time-Dependent Behaviour Time-dependent behaviour of concrete structures book Concrete Structures - CRC Press Book Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements.

Providing detailed information, this book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service conditions. It gives analytical methods to help anticipate time-dependent cracking, the gradual change in tension stiffening with time, creep induced deformations and the load independent strains caused by shrinkage and temperature by: Providing detailed information, this book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service conditions.

It gives analytical methods to help anticipate time-dependent cracking, the gradual change in tension stiffening with time, creep induced deformations and the load independent strains caused by shrinkage and temperature changes.

Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements.

This is often as a result of a failure to adequately account for the time-dependent deformations of concrete in the design of 4/5(1). Time-Dependent Behaviour of Concrete Structures. Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements.

The long-term behaviour of the structure depends primarily on the deformational characteristics of the concrete, including its creep and shrinkage characteristics, and these are highly variable, depending not only on the mix proportions and types of cement and aggregates, but also on.

A novel experimental program is undertaken to investigate the short-term and time-dependent tension stiffening behaviour of thirteen reinforced concrete tension members, which are subjected. Providing detailed information, this book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service conditions.

It gives analytical methods to help anticipate time-dependent cracking, the gradual change in tension stiffening with time, creep induced deformations and the load independent strains caused by shrinkage and temperature : Raymond Ian Gilbert, Gianluca Ranzi.

Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements. This is often as a result of a failure to adequately account for the time-dependent deformations of concrete in the design of Cited by: Summary: Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements.

This book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service conditions. Time-dependent behaviour of concrete structures Subject: London, Spon, Keywords: Signatur des Originals (Print): T 10 B Digitalisiert von der.

Providing detailed information, this book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of concrete structures under typical in-service conditions. It gives analytical methods to help anticipate time-dependent cracking, the gradual change in tension stiffening with time, creep induced deformations and the load independent strains caused by shrinkage and temperature cturer: CRC Press.

Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements.

This is often as a result of a failure to adequately account for the time-dependent deformations of concrete in the design of the structure. Based on the results obtained in this investigation on time dependent behavior of polymer concrete, the following conclusions can be drawn: Strength test results revealed that the material could achieve more than 85% of its final strength in one day.

This result is an important advantage in many construction and structural by: 1. The time-dependent behaviour of concrete, characterised by creep and shrinkage, produces variations in deformations and stresses over time. In particular, when concrete is subjected to a sustained stress it undergoes deformations which increase with by: Time-dependent behaviour of structures (3) – strength of concrete.

This is taken from the book “Properties of Concrete for use in Eurocode”. This is an excellent book with in-depth and yet practical knowledge about concrete.

All concrete continues to gain strength past 28 days, although at different rates depending on the cement class. Structure as Architecture A source book for Architects and Structural Engineers By Andrew W. Charleson Testing of Concrete in Structures By Professor of Civil Engineering University of Liverpool and D Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering University of Liverpool.

FIP-CEB Manual on Structural Effects of Time-dependent Behaviour of Concrete, CEB Bulletin d’Information N. –bis, Georgi Publishing Co. Saint-Saphorin, CH Google Scholar Author: F.

Mola. Read "Time-Dependent Behaviour of Concrete Structures" by Raymond Ian Gilbert available from Rakuten Kobo. Serviceability failures of concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in Brand: Taylor And Francis.

To evaluate the time-dependent behavior of pre-cast concrete girder bridges according to girder age under service load conditions, a sample structure, shown in Fig. 13, was analyzed. The assumed material properties are summarized in Table 5, and the live loads of HS lane loading [1] are assumed to be gradually applied at days after Cited by:.

Serviceability failures of Concrete structures involving excessive cracking or deflection are relatively common, even in structures that comply with code requirements. This book helps engineers to rationally predict the time-varying deformation of Concrete structures under typical in-service conditions.This book employs exaggerated deformation shapes to emphasise deformations, and thereby, to develop the most needed intuition of structural behaviour of buildings during earthquakes and its consequences on earthquake-resistant design.

The book contains animations related to behaviour of the various buildings models used in this work.This paper develops a simplified method using a summation procedure and a related computer program to calculate the time-dependent behavior of a concrete filled steel tubular (CFST) arch bridge based on the geometric compatibility principle, a step-by-step time .