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Evaluation of the restrained shrinkage cracking potential of self compacting concrete for modulus for radioactive waste disposal

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For the disposal of radioactive low- and intermediate-level short-lived waste, surface disposal modules will be built in Belgium. In order to withstand accidental loading conditions, the walls of these constructions are densely reinforced, making an implementation in traditional vibrated concrete not self-evident. A Self Compacting Concrete can facilitate this execution. Questions however exist with regard to the cracking tendency of these concretes against restrained shrinkage, since this might impair the safety of the radioactive waste disposal. Therefore analyses of restraint shrinkage cracking potential of two SCC mixtures, especially developed for this application, was conducted within a research project presented in this paper.
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Self Compacting Concrete, restraint shrinkage, ring test, relaxation, cracking potential

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Van Itterbeeck, Petra, Benoit Parmentier, Geert De Schutter, et al. “Evaluation of the Restrained Shrinkage Cracking Potential of Self Compacting Concrete for Modulus for Radioactive Waste Disposal.” Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based Materials and Structures. Ed. Stéphanie Staquet & Dimitrios Aggelis. Vol. 1. Paris - France: RILEM Publications, 2017. 291–296. Print.
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Van Itterbeeck, Petra, Parmentier, B., De Schutter, G., & Coppens, E. (2017). Evaluation of the restrained shrinkage cracking potential of self compacting concrete for modulus for radioactive waste disposal. In Stéphanie Staquet & D. Aggelis (Eds.), Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based materials and structures (Vol. 1, pp. 291–296). Presented at the 2nd International RILEM/COST Conference on Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based Materials and Structures (EAC-02), Paris - France: RILEM Publications.
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Van Itterbeeck, Petra, Benoit Parmentier, Geert De Schutter, and Erik Coppens. 2017. “Evaluation of the Restrained Shrinkage Cracking Potential of Self Compacting Concrete for Modulus for Radioactive Waste Disposal.” In Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based Materials and Structures, ed. Stéphanie Staquet and Dimitrios Aggelis, 1:291–296. Paris - France: RILEM Publications.
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Van Itterbeeck, Petra, Benoit Parmentier, Geert De Schutter, and Erik Coppens. 2017. “Evaluation of the Restrained Shrinkage Cracking Potential of Self Compacting Concrete for Modulus for Radioactive Waste Disposal.” In Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based Materials and Structures, ed. Stéphanie Staquet and Dimitrios Aggelis, 1:291–296. Paris - France: RILEM Publications.
Vancouver
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Van Itterbeeck P, Parmentier B, De Schutter G, Coppens E. Evaluation of the restrained shrinkage cracking potential of self compacting concrete for modulus for radioactive waste disposal. In: Staquet S, Aggelis D, editors. Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based materials and structures. Paris - France: RILEM Publications; 2017. p. 291–6.
IEEE
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P. Van Itterbeeck, B. Parmentier, G. De Schutter, and E. Coppens, “Evaluation of the restrained shrinkage cracking potential of self compacting concrete for modulus for radioactive waste disposal,” in Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based materials and structures, Brussel, 2017, vol. 1, pp. 291–296.
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  abstract     = {{For the disposal of radioactive low- and intermediate-level short-lived waste, surface disposal modules will be built in
Belgium. In order to withstand accidental loading conditions, the walls of these constructions are densely reinforced,
making an implementation in traditional vibrated concrete not self-evident. A Self Compacting Concrete can facilitate this
execution. Questions however exist with regard to the cracking tendency of these concretes against restrained shrinkage,
since this might impair the safety of the radioactive waste disposal. Therefore analyses of restraint shrinkage cracking
potential of two SCC mixtures, especially developed for this application, was conducted within a research project presented
in this paper.}},
  author       = {{Van Itterbeeck, Petra and Parmentier, Benoit and De Schutter, Geert and Coppens, Erik}},
  booktitle    = {{Early Age Cracking and Serviceability in Cement-based materials and structures}},
  editor       = {{Staquet, Stéphanie and Aggelis, Dimitrios}},
  isbn         = {{978-2-35158-199-5}},
  keywords     = {{Self Compacting Concrete,restraint shrinkage,ring test,relaxation,cracking potential}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Brussel}},
  pages        = {{291--296}},
  publisher    = {{RILEM Publications}},
  title        = {{Evaluation of the restrained shrinkage cracking potential of self compacting concrete for modulus for radioactive waste disposal}},
  volume       = {{1}},
  year         = {{2017}},
}