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Mechanical properties of high performance concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in [Gaithersburg, Md.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete -- Effect of high temperatures on.,
  • Concrete -- Mechanical properties.,
  • Concrete -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ. Randall Lawson, Long T. Phan, Frank Davis.
    SeriesNISTIR -- 6475.
    ContributionsPhan, Long T. 1958-, Davis, Frank., National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 35 p.
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17703873M

    This paper describes results of NIST's experimental program that focuses on effects of elevated temperature exposure on residual mechanical properties of HPC. Residual mechanical properties were measured by heating the mm x mm cylinders to steady state thermal conditions at a target temperature, and loading them to failure after the Cited by: With cooling tests on polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete and plain concrete that were initially subjected to different heating temperatures, the change of mechanical properties including mass loss, uniaxial compressive strength and microstructure were analyzed. The results show that the compressive strength of concrete tend to decrease with an increase in by: 1.

    Mechanical properties of foamed concrete exposed to high temperatures Md Azree Othuman Mydina,⇑, Y.C. Wangb a School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia bSchool of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester, Manchester M60 1QD, UK article info Article history: Received 12 November File Size: 1MB. concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures. Hence, based on the available data, the following equations have been proposed to predict the cube compressive strength of GP concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures. f ckT = f ck [ – (T/) + 3 (T/) 2] for 28 ≤ T ≤ .

    Exposure of high performance concretes at elevated temperature: residual mechanical properties and thermal spalling M. LION EDF Ceidre/TEGG, avenue du camp de Menthe, Aix-en-Provence ; @ Résumé: Les structures en béton peuvent être soumises à des températures élevées en conditions accidentelles. Mechanical properties of plain high-strength high-performance concrete under biaxial compression after exposure to high temperatures [J]. Chinese Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, , 40(3), pp. – (in Chinese) Google Scholar; Zhenjun He.


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Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete After Exposure to Elevated Temperatures J. Randall Lawson Long T. Phan Frank Davis March U. Department of Commerce William M. Daley, Secretary Technology Administration Dr.

Cheryl L. Shavers, Under Secretary for Technology National Institute of Standards and Technology Raymond G. Kammer. This report describes results of NIST's experimental program that focuses on effects of elevated temperature exposure on mechanical properties of hing strength concrete (HSC).

Mechanical properties were measured by heating, with and without preload, the mm x mm HSC cylinders to steady state thermal conditions at a target temperature Author: Long T. Phan, Nicholas J. Carino. Many contributions even demonstrate that polypropylene fibres have negative effect on the residual mechanical properties of polypropylene fibre reinforced concrete (PPFRC) after high-temperature exposure as they significantly decrease the residual compressive strength, elastic modulus and tensile strength as well as they increase peak strain.Cited by: Get this from a library.

Mechanical properties of high performance concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures. [J R Lawson; Long T Phan; Frank Davis; National Institute of. The macro-mechanical properties of ECC with high-volume fly ash after sub-elevated temperature exposures of 50 °C, °C and °C were investigated in this paper.

The compressive strength of ECC remained almost unchanged after temperature exposures of 50 °C and °C, but declined after temperature exposure at ° by: The mechanical properties of concrete decreased significantly after the exposure to over °C as a result of chemical and physical damages induced by elevated temperatures (Karataş et al.

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 temperatures on the mechanical properties of limestone, quartzite and granite concrete. Samples from three different concrete mixes with limestone, quartzite and granite coarse aggregates Cited by:   The majority of research in this field to date has concentrated on the mechanical properties of concrete such as compressive strength at elevated temperatures.

In order to fully develop accurate computational analyses of the performance of concrete in fire, the long-term deformation of concrete known as creep at elevated temperature must be.

However, relatively little attention has been directed at studying the performance of concrete made with RCA at elevated temperatures.

This is despite the fact that coarse aggregates play an important role in the behavior of concrete under fire exposure. Arioz [24] has studied the effect of elevated temperatures on concrete and found that the concrete specimens exhibit dramatic reductions in both weight loss and mechanical strength after exposure.

High-strength steels (HSS) are produced using special chemical composition or/and manufacturing processes. Both aspects affect their mechanical properties at elevated temperatures and after cooling down, and particularly the residual strength and the ductility of the structural members.

As HSS equates the design of lighter structural elements, higher temperatures are developed internally Cited by: 7. In this paper, the effect of elevated temperatures on the mechanical and basic properties of two different newly-designed high-strength concretes is studied.

The studied materials were prepared from Portland cement, steel fibers, reactive finely milled quartz powder and quartz sand, silica fume, plasticizer, and with a relatively low water/cement ratio of Author: Lenka Scheinherrová, Monika Čáchová, Michaela Petříková, Lukáš Fiala, Eva Vejmelková, Stefania Grzes.

The mechanical properties that are of primary interest in fire resistance design are compressive strength, tensile strength, elastic modulus, and stress-strain response in compression.

Mechanical properties of concrete at elevated temperatures have been studied extensively in the literature in comparison to thermal properties [ 12, 39, 50 Cited by: By using an electrohydraulic servo fatigue testing machine, fatigue tests were performed on C60 high strength concrete (HSC) under low cyclic compressive loading after undergoing normal temperature, °C, °C, °C, and °C.

Failure patterns of high strength concrete under low cyclic compressive loading were : Linhao Wang, Haijing Gao, Haibiao Gao, Zhili Luo. Mechanical characteristics of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete subjected to elevated temperatures up to C were experimentally investigated in this paper.

Three different concretes were prcpared a normal strength concrete (NSC with nominal 28 days strength of 40 MPa) and two High Performance Concretes (HPCI with 28 days strength of Author: K K Sideris, P Manita, A Papageorgiou, E Chaniotakis.

A test program was carried out to develop information about the mechanical properties of high-performance concrete. High-performance concretes with day compressive strengths of 65 to MPa (with or without silica fume) were studied. Experimental results of spalling and residual mechanical properties of ultra-high performance concrete after exposure to high temperatures are presented in this paper.

The compressive strength of the ultra-high performance concrete ranged from MPa~ by: This paper provides an experimental investigation on the cracking process and residual mechanical properties of concrete after exposure to elevated temperatures.

A total of 36 standard concrete prism specimens were tested after exposure to high temperatures of up to °C. The failure modes, cracking process, residual mechanical properties, deformation characteristics and the strain Cited by: 2. Concrete structures are exposed to high temperatures during fire.

Bothe the mechanical properties and durability after exposed to elevated temperatures are of great importance in terms of the serviceability of buildings. In this project, the effects of elevated temperatures (20, Author: Qing Liu, Peng Zhang, Tiejun Zhao, Jigang Zhang, Zhiqiang Liu.

Chen, B., Liub, J.: Residual strength of hybrid-fiber-reinforced high-strength concrete after exposure to high temperatures.

Cement Concrete Res. 34, – () CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: 1. Higher substitution percentages would require further testing. In this work, substitution of coarse aggregate for recycled aggregates (with replacement percentages of 25%, 50% and %) has been studied, and the concrete’s residual properties after exposure to high temperatures (between °C and °C) have been assessed.In order to assess the performance of high-rise concrete members to such exposure, it is important to understand the changes in the concrete properties due to extreme temperature.

This paper presents an experimental study undertaken to quantify the effect of elevated temperatures of 60, 75, and °C with various exposure Cited by: 4.concrete after exposure to high temperatures are presented in this paper. The compressive strength of the ultra-high performance concrete ranged from MPa~ MPa.

This study aimed to discover the effective way to prevent spalling for the ultra-high performance concrete and gauge its mechanical properties after it was subjected to by: