Self-desiccation and its importance in concrete technology : Proceedings of the second international research seminar in Lund, June 18, 1999.

Bertil Persson (Editor), Göran Fagerlund (Editor)

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Abstract

Papers: - Early age chemical shrinkage and autogenous deformation of cement pastes. - Shrinkage of high-strength concrete at different ambient humidities. - A computer program to calculate drying of and desiccation in concrete. - Aspects of monitoring moisture changes using electrical impedance spectroscopy. - A Nordtest method for verification of self-desiccation in concrete. - Early age autogenous restrained shrinkage: Stress build up and relaxation. - Chemical shrinkage of cementitious pastes with mineral additives. - Influence of mix design on self-desiccation in concrete. - Linear vs volumetric autogenous shrinkage measurement: Material behaviour or experimental artefact? - Effects of cement PSD on porosity percolation and self-desiccation. - Evaluation of under-pressure in the pore water of sealed high performance concrete, HPC. - A model of self-desiccation in concrete. - Experimental studies on reduction of autogenous shrinkage and its induced stress in high-strength concrete.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDivision of Building Materials, LTH, Lund University
ISBN (Print)91-630-8230-6
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Publication series

NameReport TVBM 3085
ISSN (Print)0348-7911

Bibliographical note

Conference Name: 2nd Research Seminar on Self-Desiccation in Concrete
Conference Location: Lund
Conference Date: 1999-06-18

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Materials Engineering

Keywords

  • beräkningsmetoder
  • betong
  • höghållfast betong
  • fukt
  • torkning
  • uttorkning
  • krympning
  • materialegenskaper
  • mätresultat
  • teori
  • datorprogram
  • beräkningsmodeller
  • konferenser

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