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Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts

(2018) DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN). 69(3). p.175-199
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The safe and cost-efficient management of our built infrastructure is a challenging task considering the expected service life of at least 50 years. In spite of time-dependent changes in material properties, deterioration processes and changing demand by society, the structures need to satisfy many technical requirements related to serviceability, durability, sustainability and bearing capacity. This review paper summarizes the challenges associated with the safe design and maintenance of aging concrete structures and gives an overview of some concepts and approaches that are being developed to address these challenges.
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Concrete, aging, deterioration, mainteance, life-time

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Wan-Wendner, Roman. “Aging Concrete Structures: A Review of Mechanics and Concepts.” DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN), vol. 69, no. 3, 2018, pp. 175–99, doi:10.2478/boku-2018-0015.
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Wan-Wendner, R. (2018). Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts. DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN), 69(3), 175–199. https://doi.org/10.2478/boku-2018-0015
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Wan-Wendner, Roman. 2018. “Aging Concrete Structures: A Review of Mechanics and Concepts.” DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN) 69 (3): 175–99. https://doi.org/10.2478/boku-2018-0015.
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Wan-Wendner, Roman. 2018. “Aging Concrete Structures: A Review of Mechanics and Concepts.” DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN) 69 (3): 175–199. doi:10.2478/boku-2018-0015.
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Wan-Wendner R. Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts. DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN). 2018;69(3):175–99.
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R. Wan-Wendner, “Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts,” DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN), vol. 69, no. 3, pp. 175–199, 2018.
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  abstract     = {{The safe and cost-efficient management of our built infrastructure is a challenging task considering the expected service life of at least 50 years. In spite of time-dependent changes in material properties, deterioration processes and changing demand by society, the structures need to satisfy many technical requirements related to serviceability, durability, sustainability and bearing capacity. This review paper summarizes the challenges associated with the safe design and maintenance of aging concrete structures and gives an overview of some concepts and approaches that are being developed to address these challenges.}},
  author       = {{Wan-Wendner, Roman}},
  issn         = {{0006-5471}},
  journal      = {{DIE BODENKULTUR (WIEN)}},
  keywords     = {{Concrete,aging,deterioration,mainteance,life-time}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{3}},
  pages        = {{175--199}},
  title        = {{Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts}},
  url          = {{http://doi.org/10.2478/boku-2018-0015}},
  volume       = {{69}},
  year         = {{2018}},
}

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