Concrete Under Severe Conditions 2: Environment and Loading : Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions, CONSEC '98, Tromsø, Norway, June 21-24, 1998, Volume 2

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Odd E. Gjørv, Koji Sakai, Nemkumar Banthia
CRC Press, 1998 - Concrete - 2208 pages
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Concrete structures are able to withstand long-term exposure in the most arduous environments and conditions. But to achieve successful performance, selection of materials, design and construction procedures must be exceptionally well planned and carried out. Extremes of heat and cold, and chemically aggressive environments all make their own particular demands on concrete structures, but the microstructural processes which determine performance have many features in common. This international overview of current research and development contains the papers presented at the First International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions, held in Sapporo, Japan, in August 1995.
 

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Contents

Preface
xvii
Marine Concrete Structures 1596
xix
Performance of FiberReinforced Cement Composites Exposed to Acid and Deicers 153
732
PART TWO PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE UNDER SEVERE LOADING
733
Electrochemical Methods for the Monitoring Protection of Steel in Concrete and
735
A Proposed Procedure for Evaluating Seismic Damage and Performance
745
Study of Flexural Shear Failure of RC Bridge Piers by Nonlinear Finite Element Method
754
Mechanical Properties of High Strength Concrete Subjected to High Temperatures
774
Performance and Repair of the Structures of Rohert Maillart
1055
LoadCarrying Capacity of Damaged and Repaired Concrete Structures
1075
Ductility of RC Columns Retrofined with CFRP Sheet
1096
Compositional Change of AlkaliReactive Sedimentary Aggregate Dipped
1106
New German Techniques
1116
Review of Reinforced Concrete Properties under Static and Impact Loading
1136
Acoustic Emission Monitoring of an Arch Dam under Construction
1156
Retrofitting of Reinforced Concrete Beams with External Tendons and Plates
1176

LongTerm Structural Durability Negated by tbe Lack
783
Impact Resistance of Fiber Reinforced High Strength Concrete Slabs
795
Record of RC Bridge Piers Damaged During the Great HanshinAwaji Earthquake
817
The Flexural Fatigue Behavior of RC Beams Repaired with PolymerComposites
832
Lightweight Aggregate Concrete in PrestressedConcreteBeams
850
Seismic Response of RC Bridge with Special Reference
867
Characterization of Reactive Powder Concrete RPC in Direct
887
Modelling of the Impact Performance of Concrete Containers for Carrying
896
Fatigue Test of Reinforced and PreStressed Reinforced Concrete Slabs
909
Calculation of Diffusion Rate of Migrating Corrosion Inhibitors MCI Through Concrete
930
The Gimseystraumen Bridge Repair Project
939
Compressive Membrane Action in High Strength Concrete
940
ThermalSprayed Anodes for Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Bridges
959
Chloride Induced Corrosion in High Performance Concrete Lifetime Versus
971
Effect of Water Pressure on Concrete Strength
978
The Behaviour of Coatings on Concrete Supports in Relation with Different
997
Northumberland Strait Bridge Project Strategy for Corrosion Protection 1714
1015
Corrective Maintenance of Prestressed Concrete Bridges
1016
Electrochemical Chloride Extraction on Salvay Bridge
1035
HighPerformance Repair Materials for Concrete Structures in the Port of Gothenburg
1193
Knowledge Based Approach for Maintenance of Reinforced Concrete
1209
Repair and Retrofitting of Concrete Structures with Fibre Reinforced Composites
1228
Comparison of Frost Deicing Salt Damage Mechanisms in Field
1232
ReliabilityBased Maintenance of Reinforced Concrete Structures in Urban Tunnels
1241
Adhesive Characteristics of Carbon Sheets in CFRP Adhesion Method
1261
Influence of Desalination on Hydrogen Content in the Prestressing Steel Bars
1279
Strengthening of Concrete Structures for Shear with CFRPfabrics Test and Theory
1298
Influence of Desalination on Tension Behavior of Prestressing Steel Bars
1311
UEMOTO V AGOPYAN R RANIERI and V A QUARCIONI
1331
Durability of Hydrophobic Treatment of Concrete
1341
J DEVRIES R B POLDER and H BORSJE
1351
G WARREN D BURKE S HARWELL C INABAand D
1363
J D WORNER and H W NORDHUES
1374
Y Xffi and D HUANG
1380
Author Index 2209
1389
PART FOUR NEW DESIGN CONCEPTS
1391
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