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  1. An experimental evaluation of crack propagation and post-cracking behavior in steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) beams, using full-field displacements obtained from the digital image correlation technique ...

    Authors: Sahith Gali and Kolluru V. L. Subramaniam
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:197
  2. The objective of this work was finding out the most advisable testing conditions for an effective and robust characterization of the tensile strength (TS) of concrete disks. The independent variables were the ...

    Authors: Víctor J. García, Carmen O. Márquez, Alonso R. Zúñiga-Suárez, Berenice C. Zuñiga-Torres and Luis J. Villalta-Granda
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:194
  3. Chloride penetration is among the main causes of corrosion initiation in reinforced concrete (RC) structures producing premature degradations. Weather and exposure conditions directly affect chloride ingress m...

    Authors: Phu Tho Nguyen, Emilio Bastidas-Arteaga, Ouali Amiri and Charbel-Pierre El Soueidy
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:185
  4. Residual axial capacity from numerical analysis was widely used as a critical indicator for damage assessment of reinforced concrete (RC) columns subjected to blast loads. However, the convergence of the numer...

    Authors: Zhong-Xian Li, Bo Zhong, Yanchao Shi and Jia-Bao Yan
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:201
  5. Strengthening reinforced concrete (RC) beams with openings by using aramid fiber reinforcement polymers (AFRP) on the beams’ surfaces offers a useful solution for upgrading concrete structures to carry heavy l...

    Authors: Bashir H. Osman, Erjun Wu, Bohai Ji and Suhaib S. Abdulhameed
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:182
  6. Flat slab systems are vastly used in multi-story buildings because of their savings in story height and construction time, as well as for their flexibility in architectural remodeling. However, they frequently...

    Authors: Mohamed Husain, Ahmed S. Eisa and Ramy Roshdy
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:180
  7. This study investigates the blast resistance of fiber-reinforced cementitious composite (FRCC) panels, with fiber volume fractions of 2%, subjected to contact explosions using an emulsion explosive. A number o...

    Authors: Jeongsoo Nam, Hongseop Kim and Gyuyong Kim
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:179
  8. The action of rainwater on reinforced concrete walls has led to an erosion phenomenon. The erosion is very apparent when the walls are inclined. This phenomenon is studied on a real site characterized by diffe...

    Authors: Kawthar Hadja and Fattoum Kharchi
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:177
  9. Research has suggested that conventional lightweight concrete can offer durability advantages due to reduced cracking tendency. Although a number of publications exist providing the results of laboratory-based...

    Authors: Tara L. Cavalline, Jeremy T. Calamusa, Amy M. Kitts and Brett Q. Tempest
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:176
  10. The prediction of the actual ultimate capacity of confined concrete columns requires partial confinement utilization under eccentric loading. This is attributed to the reduction in compression zone compared to...

    Authors: Ahmed M. Abd El Fattah, Hayder A. Rasheed and Ahmed H. Al-Rahmani
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:178
  11. The effects of different lightweight functional fillers on the properties of cement-based composites are investigated in this study. The fillers include fly ash cenospheres (FACs) and glass micro-spheres (GMS1...

    Authors: Asad Hanif, Zeyu Lu, Yu Cheng, Su Diao and Zongjin Li
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:184
  12. To investigate the effectiveness of using fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) sheets in confining heat-damaged columns, 15 circular RC column specimens were tested under axial compression. The effects of heating du...

    Authors: Hanan Suliman Al-Nimry and Aseel Mohammad Ghanem
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2017 11:181
  13. Although concrete is a noncombustible material, high temperatures such as those experienced during a fire have a negative effect on the mechanical properties. This paper studies the effect of elevated temperat...

    Authors: Muhammad Tufail, Khan Shahzada, Bora Gencturk and Jianqiang Wei
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 11:175
  14. This paper presents results of an experimental investigation on the behaviour of bond between external glass fibre reinforced polymer reinforcement and concrete exposed to three different environmental conditi...

    Authors: Muhammad Ikramul Kabir, Bijan Samali and Rijun Shrestha
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 11:173
  15. Reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by externally bonded reinforcement often fail by debonding. This paper presents an experimental and analytical study aimed at better understanding and modeling the f...

    Authors: Reza Saeidi Moein and Abbas Ali Tasnimi
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:172
  16. The resistance-demand approach has emerged as an effective approach for determining the shear capacity of reinforced concrete beams. This approach is based on the fact that both the shear resistance and shear ...

    Authors: Ahmed K. El-Sayed and Ahmed B. Shuraim
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:168
  17. An anchorage system is necessary in most reinforced concrete structures for connecting attachments. It is very important to predict the strength of the anchor to safely maintain the attachments to the structu...

    Authors: Kangsik Kim, Kwangsoo Lee and Gyeonghee An
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:163
  18. In this experimental study, six post-tensioned light weight concrete (LWC) continuous one-way slabs were tested in the following manner: the flexural behaviors of the members were compared with the calculation...

    Authors: Keun-Hyeok Yang, Yongjei Lee and Dae-Bong Joo
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:169
  19. This paper aims to provide guidelines for the numerical modeling of reinforced concrete (RC) frame elements in order to assess the seismic performance of structures. Several types of numerical models RC frame ...

    Authors: Abdelhakim Zendaoui, A. Kadid and D. Yahiaoui
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:170
  20. Many experimental studies have evaluated the in-plane behavior of reinforced concrete frames in order to understand mechanisms that resist progressive collapse. The effects of transverse beams, frames and slab...

    Authors: Omid Rashidian, Reza Abbasnia, Rasool Ahmadi and Foad Mohajeri Nav
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:167
  21. This study tests ten full-size simple-supported beam specimens with the high-strength reinforcing steel bars (SD685 and SD785) using the four-point loading. The measured compressive strength of the concrete is...

    Authors: Chien-Kuo Chiu, Takao Ueda, Kai-Ning Chi and Shao-Qian Chen
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:161
  22. This study evaluated the mechanical characteristics and durability of porous concrete produced with a cementless binder based on ground granulated blast furnace slag (BFS), fly ash (FA) and flue gas desulfuriz...

    Authors: Jong-Won Lee, Young-Il Jang, Wan-Shin Park and Sun-Woo Kim
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:166
  23. Polymer concrete (PC) has been favoured over Portland cement concrete when low permeability, high adhesion, and/or high durability against aggressive environments are required. In this research, a new class of...

    Authors: Sherif M. Daghash, Eslam M. Soliman, Usama F. Kandil and Mahmoud M. Reda Taha
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:165
  24. The objective of this paper is to investigate the effect of thickness and moisture on temperature distributions of reinforced concrete walls under fire conditions. Toward this goal, the first three wall specim...

    Authors: Jiyeon Kang, Hyunah Yoon, Woosuk Kim, Venkatesh Kodur, Yeongsoo Shin and Heesun Kim
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):164

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  25. When the energy performance of concrete is substantially higher than that of normal type concrete, such concrete is regarded as energy efficient concrete (WBSCSD 2009). An experimental study was conducted to inve...

    Authors: Jeong-Eun Kim, Wan-Shin Park, Young-Il Jang, Sun-Woo Kim, Sun-Woong Kim, Yi-Hyun Nam, Do-Gyeum Kim and Keitetsu Rokugo
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):162

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  26. Recently, advanced transit systems are being constructed to reduce traffic congestions in metropolitan areas. For these projects, curved bridges with various curvatures are required. Many curved bridges in the...

    Authors: Sung-Jae Kim, Jang-Ho Jay Kim, Seong-Tae Yi, Norhazilan Bin Md Noor and Sung-Chul Kim
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):160

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  27. Steel fiber-reinforced prestressed concrete (SFRPSC) members typically have high shear strength and deformation capability, compared to conventional prestressed concrete (PSC) members, due to the resistance pr...

    Authors: Jin-Ha Hwang, Deuck Hang Lee, Hyunjin Ju, Kang Su Kim, Thomas H.-K. Kang and Zuanfeng Pan
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):159

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  28. During concrete pumping, the migration and redistribution of particles occur in a pipe and the lubrication layer that forms between the bulk concrete and the pipe wall is the governing factor determining the f...

    Authors: Myoungsung Choi, Kyoungsoo Park and Taekeun Oh
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):158

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  29. In this study, an extensive literature review has been conducted on the material characterization of UHPC and its potential for large-scale field applicability. The successful production of ultra-high performa...

    Authors: S. Abbas, M. L. Nehdi and M. A. Saleem
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:157
  30. Experimental studies were conducted on 36 grouted splices to investigate their mechanical performance under four loading schemes: (1) incremental tensile loading, (2) repeated tensile loading, (3) cyclic loadi...

    Authors: Feng Lin and Xiaobao Wu
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:156
  31. Ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) is one of the most promising construction materials because it exhibits high performance, such as through high strength, high durability, and proper rheological propertie...

    Authors: Su-Tae Kang, Kang-Seok Lee, Jeong-Il Choi, Yun Lee, Burak Felekoğlu and Bang Yeon Lee
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):155

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  32. Early-strength-concrete (ESC) made of Type I cement with a high Blaine value of 500 m2/kg reaches approximately 60 % of its compressive strength in 1 day at ambient temperature. Based on the 210 compressive test ...

    Authors: Songhee Lee, Ngocchien Nguyen, Thi Suong Le and Chadon Lee
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:154
  33. This paper developed an analytical software, called Simulation of Concrete Structures (SCS), which is used for numerical analysis of shear-critical prestressed steel fiber concrete structures. Based on the pre...

    Authors: Liang Lu, P. R. Tadepalli, Y. L. Mo and T. T. C. Hsu
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:153
  34. This numerical study investigated the effects of different reinforcing details in beam-column joints on the blast resistance of the joints. Due to increasing manmade and/or natural high rate accidents such as ...

    Authors: Kwang-Mo Lim, Hyun-Oh Shin, Dong-Joo Kim, Young-Soo Yoon and Joo-Ha Lee
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):151

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  35. Large scale constructions needs to estimate a possibility for pumping concrete. In this paper, the state of the art on prediction of concrete pumping including analytical and experimental works is presented. T...

    Authors: Seung Hee Kwon, Kyong Pil Jang, Jae Hong Kim and Surendra P. Shah
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):150

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  36. The degradation of the load-bearing capacity of reinforced concrete beams due to corrosion has a profoundly negative impact on the structural safety and integrity of a structure. The literature is limited with...

    Authors: Hyung-Rae Kim, Won-Chang Choi, Sang-Chun Yoon and Takafumi Noguchi
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):152

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  37. The nonlinear behaviors of recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) frame structure are investigated by numerical simulation method with 3-D finite fiber elements. The dynamic characteristics and the seismic performa...

    Authors: Changqing Wang, Jianzhuang Xiao and Zhenping Sun
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:149
  38. This paper studies the effects of steel fibre geometry and architecture on the cracking behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC), with the reinforcements being four types, namely 5DH (Dramix® hooked-en...

    Authors: Sadoon Abdallah, Mizi Fan, Xiangming Zhou and Simon Le Geyt
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:148
  39. The successful completion of the present research would be achieved using ground waste glass (GWG) microparticles in self-consolidating concrete (SCC). Here, the influences of GWG microparticles as cementing m...

    Authors: Yasser Sharifi, Iman Afshoon, Zeinab Firoozjaei and Amin Momeni
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:141

    The Correction to this article has been published in International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2019 13:5

  40. This paper deals with the effects of silica fume content and polymer-binder ratio on the properties of ultrarapid-hardening polymer-modified mortar using silica fume and ethylene-vinyl acetate redispersible po...

    Authors: Jong Yun Choi, Myung-Ki Joo and Byeong Cheol Lho
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:136
  41. Recently, as the use of high-performance materials and complex composite methods has increased, the need for advanced design specifications for steel–concrete composite structures has grown. In this study, var...

    Authors: Lan Chung, Jong-Jin Lim, Hyeon-Jong Hwang and Tae-Sung Eom
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10(Suppl 3):146

    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 10 Supplement 3

  42. In recent years, some modifications were introduced in the stress–strain relationship of the steel in order to develop a more efficient shear model for reinforced concrete members. The last contribution in thi...

    Authors: A. M. Hernández-Díaz and M. D. García-Román
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:140
  43. In this study seismic performance of reinforced concrete staggered wall system structures were investigated and their behavior factors such as overstrength factors, ductility factors, and the response modifica...

    Authors: Jinkoo Kim, Yong Jun and Hyunkoo Kang
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:142
  44. As part of this study, has been developed a numerical method which allows to establish abacuses connecting the normal force with bending moment for a circular section and therefore to predict the rupture of th...

    Authors: A. Adjrad, Y. Bouafia, M. S. Kachi and F. Ghazi
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:137
  45. This paper reports the results of an experimental program involving several small-scale columns which were constructed to simulate corrosion damage in the field using two accelerated corrosion techniques namel...

    Authors: S. Altoubat, M. Maalej and F. U. A. Shaikh
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:138
  46. Progressive collapse resistance of RC buildings can be analyzed by considering column loss scenarios. Using finite element analysis and a static test, the progressive collapse process of a RC frame under monot...

    Authors: Jian Hou and Li Song
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:134
  47. Axially loaded reinforced concrete columns are hardly exist in practice due to the development of some bending moments. These moments could be produced by gravity loads or the lateral loads. First, the current...

    Authors: Hamdy M. Afefy and El-Tony M. El-Tony
    Citation: International Journal of Concrete Structures and Materials 2016 10:132

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