Mathematical Modelling of Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete (Wiley-interscience Series in Numerical Methods in Engineering)

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Mathematical Modelling of Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete (Wiley-interscience Series in Numerical Methods in Engineering)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 464 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780471920571
  • DDC分類 620.13633


Deals with the mahematical models and modelling techniques used to predict creep and shrinkage in concrete.

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Long-time serviceability is an important problem for concrete construction, as concrete structures can suffer from excessive deflections, cracking, corrosion or other impairments, the causes of which often involve concrete creep and shrinkage. The damage and residual stresses produced by creep and shrinkage effects may reduce the safety margin against the ultimate collapse state under live load. Therefore, improvements in the design of concrete structures are an important objective of research. This book details the proceedings of a symposium on these design improvements, held at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois in August 1986. Over 90 participants from 27 countries took part in lectures and discussion sessions, the summaries of which are outlined.


Part 1 Memorials: Robert L'Hermite and his legacy, M.Fickelson; the impact of Robert L'Hermite on the evolution of creep and shrinkage theory, Z.P.Bazant; a tribute to Douglas McHenry, B.Bresler; Hubert Rusch and his legacy, H.Hilsdorf. Part 2 State-of-the-art in mathematical modelling of creep and shrinkage in concrete: physical mechanisms and their mathematical description, J.F.Young et al; material models for structural creep analysis, Z.P.Bazant et al; creep and shrinkage analysis of structures, O.Buyukozturk et al; finite element analysis of creep and shrinkage, C.A.Anderson et al; probabilistic models, T.Tsubaki et al; conclusions for structural analysis and for formulation of standard design recommendations. Part 3 Summaries of discussions from the symposium: physical mechanisms and their mathematical description, U.Schneider; material models, P.E.Roelfstra; structural analysis, V.Kristek; finite element analysis, L.Cedolin; uncertainty of creep and shrinkage predictions, S.G.Reid; current research in material modelling, J.W.Dougill; current research in structural analysis, B.Espion. Appendices: list of lectures and papers presented at the symposium; list of participants.