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Multi-scale modeling and characterization of infrastructure materials : proceedings of the International RILEM Symposium Stockholm, June 2013

Author: N Kringos; et al
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: RILEM bookseries, v.8.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From asphalt to concrete, from chemistry to mechanics, from nano- to macro-scale: the collection of topics covered by the 2013 International RILEM Symposium Stockholm represents the width and depth of the currently ongoing efforts of developing more sustainable infrastructure materials. This book contains the proceedings of that conference.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: N Kringos; et al
ISBN: 9789400768789 9400768788
OCLC Number: 847519068
Notes: International conference proceedings.
Includes author index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Fracture Toughness Testing Aspects for Assessing Low Temperature Behaviour of Bituminous Binders / Moises Bueno, Martin Hugener --
Evaluating the Representative Volume Element of Asphalt Concrete Mixture Beams for Testing in the Bending Beam Rheometer / Crystal Rae Clendennen, Pedro Romero --
Consideration of Grain Size Distribution and Interfacial Transition Zone in the Prediction of Elastic Properties of Cementitious Composites / Francois Duplan, A. Abou-Chakra --
Multi-scale Characterization of Asphalt Mastic Rheology / Ebrahim Hesami, Ali N. Ghafar --
Integrating Physicochemical and Geochemical Aspects for Development of a Multi-scale Modelling Framework to Performance Assessment of Cementitious Materials / Yogarajah Elakneswaran, Tetsuya Ishida --
Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Bituminous Materials through 2D/3D Finite Element Numerical Simulations / Fateh Fakhari Tehrani, Fatima Allou --
Challenges While Performing AFM on Bitumen / Hartmut Fischer, Lily D. Poulikakos --
A Preliminary Numerical Study on ITZ in Cementitious Composites / Yun Gao, Geert De Schutter, Guang Ye --
Improvement of the Test Method for Determining Moisture Damage Resistance / Haleh Azari, Alaeddin Mohseni --
Mode II Cracking Failure in Asphalt Concrete by Using a Non-conserved Phase Field Model / Yue Hou, Lei Zhang, Pengtao Yue, Troy Pauli --
Asphalt Internal Structure Characterization with X-Ray Computed Tomography and Digital Image Processing / Ibrahim Onifade, Denis Jelagin --
Evaluation of Anti-clogging Property of Porous Asphalt Concrete Using Microscopic Voids Analysis / Wei Jiang, Aimin Sha --
Representative Volumes for Numerical Modeling of Mass Transport in Hydrating Cement Paste / Neven Ukrainczyk, Eduard A. B. Koenders --
Exploring the Observed Rheological Behaviour of In-Situ Aged and Fresh Bitumen Employing the Colloidal Model Proposed for Bitumen / Olli-Ville Laukkanen, Terhi Pellinen --
Effect of Film Thickness of Asphalt Mixture in Compression Test / Ying Li, Dong Wang, Linbing Wang, Lei Zhang --
Insulating Pavements to Extend Service Life / Rajib B. Mallick, Aaron Sakulich --
Prediction of Linear Viscoelastic Behaviour of Asphalt Mixes from Binder Properties and Reversal / Quang Tuan Nguyen, Hervé Di Benedetto --
A 3D/2D Comparison between Heterogeneous Mesoscale Models of Concrete / Filip Nilenius, Fredrik Larsson --
Meso-Scale Analysis Considering Effect of Fiber Inclination in Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites / Hiroki Ogura, Minoru Kunieda --
Development of an Adherence Energy Test via Force-Displacement Atomic Force Microscopy (FD-AFM) / Troy Pauli, Will Grimes, Mengxi Wang --
Towards a Multi-scale Framework to Optimize Ageing Resistance of Asphaltic Materials / Prabir Kumar Das, Niki Kringos --
Effects of Nano-sized Additives on the High-Temperature Properties of Bituminous Binders: A Comparative Study / Ezio Santagata, Orazio Baglieri --
Differential Scanning Calorimetry Applied to Bitumen: Results of the RILEM NBM TG1 Round Robin Test / Hilde Soenen, Jeroen Besamusca --
Review of Multiscale Characterization Techniques and Multiscale Modeling Methods for Cement Concrete: From Atomistic to Continuum / Wenjuan Sun, Ya Wei, Dong Wang, Linbing Wang --
Effects of Various Modifiers on Rheological Property of Asphalt / Guo Meng --
Coupled Creep and Damage Model for Concrete at Moderate Temperatures / Minh-Quan Thai, Benoît Bary, Qi-Chang He --
Mitigating Resolution Problems in Numerical Modeling of Effective Transport Properties of Porous Materials / Neven Ukrainczyk, Eduard A. B. Koenders --
A 3D Image Correlation Algorithm for Tracking Movement of Aggregates in X-ray CT Images of Asphalt Mixtures Captured during Compaction / M. Emin Kutay, Nelson Gibson, Xinjun Li --
Research into Applications of Acrylic Fibres in Porous Asphalt: Laboratory, Numerical and Field Study / Milliyon Fekade Woldekidan, Jan Voskuilen --
Finite Element Modeling of Rejuvenator Diffusion in RAP Binder Film - Simulation of Plant Mixing Process / Martins Zaumanis, Rajib B. Mallick --
Micromechanical Simulation of the Permanent Deformation Properties of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures / Habtamu Zelelew, Enad Mahmoud.
Series Title: RILEM bookseries, v.8.
Responsibility: Niki Kringos...[et al.], editors.
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From asphalt to concrete, from chemistry to mechanics, from nano- to macro-scale: the collection of topics covered by the 2013 International RILEM Symposium Stockholm represents the width and depth of the currently ongoing efforts of developing more sustainable infrastructure materials. This book contains the proceedings of that conference.

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