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Basic techniques for the damage assessment of concrete members after fire

Emmanuel Annerel UGent and Luc Taerwe UGent (2011) Concrete Solutions 2011. p.487-490
abstract
Generally, concrete structures behave very well during a fire. After a fire, it could be of economical interest to reuse the structure after appropriate repair based on reliable assessment of the strength properties. This paper demonstrates how the strength may be assessed from drilled cores by measuring the weight increase of the concrete after water immersion. Furthermore, the effect on the remaining strength of a change of heating rate, duration at target temperature, water cooling and post-cooling storage is studied. Considering the effect of the storage period, a stress/strain model is developed for both traditional and self-compacting concrete.
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author
organization
year
type
conference
publication status
published
subject
in
Concrete Solutions 2011
editor
Michael Grantham, Viktor Mechtcherine and Ulrich Schneck
pages
487 - 490
publisher
Taylor & Francis Group
place of publication
Leiden, The Netherlands
conference name
4th International Conference on Concrete Repair : Concrete Solutions
conference location
Dresden, Germany
conference start
2011-09-26
conference end
2011-09-28
ISBN
9780415616225
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
C1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
2131037
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2131037
date created
2012-06-04 13:18:24
date last changed
2015-06-17 10:04:28
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  abstract     = {Generally, concrete structures behave very well during a fire. After a fire, it could be of economical interest to reuse the structure after appropriate repair based on reliable assessment of the strength properties. This paper demonstrates how the strength may be assessed from drilled cores by measuring the weight increase of the concrete after water immersion. Furthermore, the effect on the remaining strength of a change of heating rate, duration at target temperature, water cooling and post-cooling storage is studied. Considering the effect of the storage period, a stress/strain model is developed for both traditional and self-compacting concrete.},
  author       = {Annerel, Emmanuel and Taerwe, Luc},
  booktitle    = {Concrete Solutions 2011},
  editor       = {Grantham, Michael and Mechtcherine, Viktor and Schneck, Ulrich},
  isbn         = {9780415616225},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Dresden, Germany},
  pages        = {487--490},
  publisher    = {Taylor \& Francis Group},
  title        = {Basic techniques for the damage assessment of concrete members after fire},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Annerel, Emmanuel, and Luc Taerwe. 2011. “Basic Techniques for the Damage Assessment of Concrete Members After Fire.” In Concrete Solutions 2011, ed. Michael Grantham, Viktor Mechtcherine, and Ulrich Schneck, 487–490. Leiden, The Netherlands: Taylor & Francis Group.
APA
Annerel, E., & Taerwe, L. (2011). Basic techniques for the damage assessment of concrete members after fire. In Michael Grantham, V. Mechtcherine, & U. Schneck (Eds.), Concrete Solutions 2011 (pp. 487–490). Presented at the 4th International Conference on Concrete Repair : Concrete Solutions, Leiden, The Netherlands: Taylor & Francis Group.
Vancouver
1.
Annerel E, Taerwe L. Basic techniques for the damage assessment of concrete members after fire. In: Grantham M, Mechtcherine V, Schneck U, editors. Concrete Solutions 2011. Leiden, The Netherlands: Taylor & Francis Group; 2011. p. 487–90.
MLA
Annerel, Emmanuel, and Luc Taerwe. “Basic Techniques for the Damage Assessment of Concrete Members After Fire.” Concrete Solutions 2011. Ed. Michael Grantham, Viktor Mechtcherine, & Ulrich Schneck. Leiden, The Netherlands: Taylor & Francis Group, 2011. 487–490. Print.