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Experimental investigation of the variability of concrete durability properties

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2013
auteur(s) Aït-Mokhtar A.; Belarbi R.; Benboudjema Farid; Burlion Nicolas; Capra Bruno; Carcasses M.; Colliat Jean-Baptiste; Cussigh F.; Deby F.; Jacquemot F.; De Larrard Thomas; Lataste Jean-François; Le Bescop Patrick; Pierre Magalie; Poyet Stéphane; Rougeau P.; Rougelot Thomas; Sellier A.; Semenadisse J.; Torrenti Jean-Michel; Trabelsi A.; Turcry P.; Yanez-Godoy H.
journal (abréviation) Cement and Concrete Research (Cement Concr Res)
volume (numéro) 45
pages 21 – 36
résumé One of the main objectives of the APPLET project was to quantify the variability of concrete properties to allow for a probabilistic performance-based approach regarding the service lifetime prediction of concrete structures. The characterization of concrete variability was the subject of an experimental program which included a significant number of tests allowing the characterization of durability indicators or performance tests. Two construction sites were selected from which concrete specimens were periodically taken and tested by the different project partners. The obtained results (mechanical behavior, chloride migration, accelerated carbonation, gas permeability, desorption isotherms, porosity) are discussed and a statistical analysis was performed to characterize these results through appropriate probability density functions.
mots clés Concrete (E); Durability (C); Longterm performance (C); Physical properties (C); Mechanical properties (C)
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