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Creating a Specific Regression Model to Determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete Through NDT

ALEXA, M. MISÁK, P. KOCÁB, D.

Original Title

Creating a Specific Regression Model to Determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete Through NDT

English Title

Creating a Specific Regression Model to Determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete Through NDT

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The article deals with determining the compressive strength of concrete through non-destructive testing, in particular, using a rebound hammer. For the needs of the experiment, cube-shaped specimens were made from concrete which was used for the construction of a pre-stressed motorway bridge. The specimens were divided into three sets. Each set was tested at a different age of the concrete using the Original Schmidt N and SilverSchmidt N rebound hammers. After non-destructive testing, the compressive strength of the specimens was tested destructively. The main goal of the article is defining the regression model for non-destructive determination of the compressive strength of concrete which is applicable to the concrete used and which can be used for checking the development of compressive strength during the first 28 days of maturing.

English abstract

The article deals with determining the compressive strength of concrete through non-destructive testing, in particular, using a rebound hammer. For the needs of the experiment, cube-shaped specimens were made from concrete which was used for the construction of a pre-stressed motorway bridge. The specimens were divided into three sets. Each set was tested at a different age of the concrete using the Original Schmidt N and SilverSchmidt N rebound hammers. After non-destructive testing, the compressive strength of the specimens was tested destructively. The main goal of the article is defining the regression model for non-destructive determination of the compressive strength of concrete which is applicable to the concrete used and which can be used for checking the development of compressive strength during the first 28 days of maturing.

Keywords

Concrete; regression model; compressive strength; non-destructive testing

Released

08.02.2021

Publisher

AIP Conference Proceedings

Location

College Park, Maryland

ISBN

978-0-7354-4066-1

Book

Special Concrete and Composites 2020: 17th International Conference

Pages from

020012-1

Pages to

020012-6

Pages count

6

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT169199,
  author="Martin {Alexa} and Petr {Misák} and Dalibor {Kocáb}",
  title="Creating a Specific Regression Model to Determine the Compressive Strength of Concrete Through NDT",
  annote="The article deals with determining the compressive strength of concrete through non-destructive testing, in particular, using a rebound hammer. For the needs of the experiment, cube-shaped specimens were made from concrete which was used for the construction of a pre-stressed motorway bridge. The specimens were divided into three sets. Each set was tested at a different age of the concrete using the Original Schmidt N and SilverSchmidt N rebound hammers. After non-destructive testing, the compressive strength of the specimens was tested destructively. The main goal of the article is defining the regression model for non-destructive determination of the compressive strength of concrete which is applicable to the concrete used and which can be used for checking the development of compressive strength during the first 28 days of maturing.",
  address="AIP Conference Proceedings",
  booktitle="Special Concrete and Composites 2020: 17th International Conference",
  chapter="169199",
  doi="10.1063/5.0041979",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="AIP Conference Proceedings",
  number="2021",
  year="2021",
  month="february",
  pages="020012-1--020012-6",
  publisher="AIP Conference Proceedings",
  type="conference paper"
}