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Modeling moisture ingress through simplified concrete crack geometries

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  • This Paper Introduces A Numerical Model For Ingress In Cracked Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete
  • Details Of A Simplified Crack Are Preset In The Model’S Geometry Using The Cracked Hinge Model (Ch
  • The Total Crack Length Estimated Using The Chm Was
  • Based On Earlier Work On Conventional Concrete
  • Considered To Have Two Parts
  • 1) A Coalesced Crack Length Which Behaves As A Free-Surface For Moisture Ingress
  • And 2) An Isolated Microcracking Length Which Resists Ingress Similarly To The Bulk Material
  • Transport Model Results Are Compared To Experimental Results From Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete We
  • Cracked To Varying Crack Geometries
  • And Exposed To Liquid Water
  • Water Sorption Was Monitored By Recording X-Ray Attenuation Images Over Time
  • Comparisons Of Results Indicate The Simplified Crack Geometry Can Accurately Assess The Impact Crack
  • Results From The Transport Model Indicate The Length Of The Isolated Microcracks Was Approximately 1
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  • Mathematics

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Modeling moisture ingress through simplified concrete crack geometries - DTU Orbit (25/05/14) Modeling moisture ingress through simplified concrete crack geometries - DTU Orbit (25/05/14) Modeling moisture ingress through simplified concrete crack geometries Pease, B. J., Michel, A., Geiker, M. R. & Stang, H. 2011 Modeling moisture ingress through simplified concrete crack geometries. Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011

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