Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Materials of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Chapter 2.1 Introduction
Chapter 2.2 Mix design of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Chapter 2.3 Effects of Steel Fibres on Dynamic Strength of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Chapter 2.4 Influences of Nanoparticles on Dynamic Strength of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Chapter 2.5 Meso-Scale Modelling of Ultra-High Performance Concrete
Chapter 3 Ultra-High Performance Concrete Slabs
Chapter 3.1 Introduction
Chapter 3.2 Ultra-High Performance Concrete Slabs under Blast Loads
Chapter 3.3 Steel Wire Mesh Reinforced Ultra-High Performance Concrete Slabs under Blast Loads
Chapter 3.4 Numerical Study of Ultra-High Performance Concrete Slabs and Steel Wire Mesh Reinforced Ultra-High Performance Concrete Slabs under Blast Loads
Chapter 4 Ultra-High Performance Concrete Columns
Chapter 4.1 Introduction
Chapter 4.2 Blast Resistance of Ultra-High Performance Twisted Steel Fibre Concrete
Chapter 4.3 Blast Resistance of Ultra-High Performance Micro Steel Fibre Concrete Columns
Chapter 4.4 Residual loading capacity of Ultra-high performance concrete columns after blast
Chapter 4.5 Numerical Simulation of Ultra-High Performance Concrete Columns
Chapter 5 Ultra-High Performance Concrete Filled Columns
Chapter 5.1 Introduction
Chapter 5.2 Experimental Study of CFDST Columns infilled with UHPC against Close-range Blasts
Chapter 5.3 Residual Capacity of UHPC Filled Steel Tube Columns against Close-range Blasts Chapter
5.4 Numerical Simulation of Concrete filled Steel Tube Columns against Blasts Chapter
5.5 Numerical Simulation of Concrete filled Double-Skin Steel Square Tubular Columns against Blasts
Chapter 5.6 Numerical Study of Blast Resistance of Square CFDST Columns with Steel-Fibre Reinforced Concrete
Chapter 6 Conclusions and Future Works
The rise of terrorism activities has promoted the fast development of new construction materials that can be used to enhance the resistance and resilience of buildings and infrastructures against blast loads. As a notable representative, ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) has now been widely investigated by government agencies and universities. UHPC inherits many positive aspects of ultra-high strength concrete (UHSC) and is equipped with improved ductility as a result of fibre addition. These features make it an ideal construction material for bridge decks, storage halls, thin-wall shell structures, and other infrastructure against seismic, impact and blast loads. Pioneering applications of this material are now being seen world-wide.
A detailed overview of UHPC development and application is provided first. Succeeding chapters then present case studies on the novel development of the new generation UHPC with nano additives. To get an in-depth knowledge of the blast resistance performance of this novel UHPC material, field blast test results on reinforced concrete columns made with UHPC as well as the UHPC filled double-skin tubes columns are also required and compiled. The residual load-carrying capacities of blast-damaged structural members are also assessed in detail. The exceptional performance of novel UHPC materials illustrates its potential in protective structural design.
- Focuses on principles behind UHPC production, properties, design and detailing aspects
- Presents a series of case studies and filed blast tests on columns and slabs
- Focus on applications and future developments
Civil and structural engineers, materials scientists, architects and structural designers, PhD students working in materials, blast and impact engineering
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Dr Wu is Professor of Structural Engineering at University of Technology Sydney Australia. He is currently the Chair of the Australian Chapter of the International Association of Protective Structures (http://iapsaustralia.org/ (external link)). Since Dr Wu obtained his PhD from School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore in 2002, he has developed recognized and diverse research on blast-induced ground vibrations, structural response to blast loading, mitigation of blast effects on structures, blast resistance of ultra-high performance concrete etc. So far Dr Wu has attracted more than 4 million dollars research funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC), the Defence Science and Technology Organization (DSTO) Australia and other organizations. He is the editors of three conference proceedings, two ASCE special issues, author or co-authors of more than 220 referred international journal papers and conference papers in blast and impact areas. Dr Wu has served on a number of international conference committees and chairmanship, undertaken guest editorships. Dr Wu is also currently an associate editor of ASCE Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities and an editorial board member of International Journal of Protective Structures.
Professor at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology University of Technology Sydney City Campus, Broadway, Australia.
Dr. Jun Li is a Lecturer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, at the University of Technology Sydney. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Central South University in China, and his Doctorate of Philosophy in Civil Engineering from the University of Western Australia. Dr. Li has contributed to over 30 journal publications, 15 Conference papers and some of his research interests include: blast effects simulation, the development of ultra-high performance concrete, sacrificial metallic foam and meso-scale modelling for concrete and steel fibre concrete.
Lecturer at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology University of Technology Sydney City Campus, Broadway, Australia.
Dr. Yu Su is a visiting research fellow in School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, at University of Technology Sydney and he worked as a research associate at the University of Adelaide before joining UTS. Dr Su received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Civil/Structural Engineering from the University of Adelaide. Dr. Su gained profound experiences in mix design of high performance materials including UHPC and polymer composites and the UHPC he developed has successfully been applied in protective structures.
Visiting research fellow at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology University of Technology Sydney City Campus, Broadway, Australia.