||Civil engineering and geomechanics series
Civil engineering and geomechanics series.
||CEOS.fr Project Presentation -- Hydration Effects of Concrete at an Early Age and the Scale Effect -- Cracking of Ties -- Cracking of Beams Under Mechanical Flexural Loading -- Cracking in Walls -- Minimum Reinforcement of Thick Concrete Elements -- Shrinkage, Creep and Other Concrete Properties -- Cracking of Beams and Walls Subject to Restrained Deformations at SLS -- Effects of Various Phenomena in Combination -- Numerical Modeling: a Methodological Approach -- Recommendations for the use of Measurements on Mock-up Test Facilities and Structures.
||The purpose of this book is to provide guidelines which can extend the existing standards and codes to cover these types of special works, especially those which are massive in nature, taking account of their specific behaviour in terms of cracking and shrinkage together with other important properties such as water/air leak tightness.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages -223) and index.|
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