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Specificity of Deformation and Strength Behavior of Massive Elements of Concrete Structures in a Medium with Low Humidity discusses the influence of weather conditions, the density of the structure, and how these elements, along with others, affect the concrete curing process. It explores the effects of climate in all phases of construction, its impact on the rheological properties of concretes, and the carrying capacity of compressed concrete and reinforced concrete elements. In addition, it provides the methods to determine the basic heterogeneity of mechanical properties of concrete structures and novel calculation methods for concrete columns and reinforced concrete beams.
- Includes new, more accurate design calculation methods for predicting the reliability of concrete structures in hot and dry environments
- Actively investigates the behavior of basic physical and mechanical properties of concrete structures
- Includes data collected over 18 years of research on the dynamics of strength and deformation of concrete structures
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Section 1 - The strength and deformation properties of concrete in different cross-sectional areas of massive constructional elements, placed in an environment with a low humidity
1.1. The methods to determine the strength and deformation characteristics of concrete in various sections of cross-section
1.2. The strength and deformation resistance of concrete under the short-time loading
1.2.1. Axial compression
1.2.2. Axial tension
1.3. The comparison of Poisson's ratio and elasticity modulus of concrete in the different cross-sectional areas of massive elements
1.3.1. Poisson's ratio
1.3.2. Elasticity modulus
Section 2 – Character of the behavior in time of the strength and deformation properties of concrete in different cross-sectional areas of elements of constructions
2.1. The methodology of investigations
2.2. The influence of age on resistance of concrete to fracture and deformation under short-time loading
2.2.1. Axial compression
2.2.2. Axial tension
2.3. The resistance of concrete to shrinkability
2.4. The resistance of concrete to creep
2.4.1. Axial compression
2.4.2. Axial tension
Section 3 – Calculation of the bendable reinforced concrete and compressible concrete elements of structures taking into account the strength and deformation heterogeneity of concrete along the cross sections
3.1. Reinforced concrete beams
3.2. Concrete columns
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2020
- 15th November 2019
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Prof. Koryun A. Karapetyan is the head of the experimental laboratory at the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Mechanics, Republic of Armenia.
Head of the Experimental Laboratory, Institute of Mechanics, National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Armenia
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