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Probabilistic modelling and the k-value concept

Originální název

Probabilistic modelling and the k-value concept

Anglický název

Probabilistic modelling and the k-value concept

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The durability of concrete structures is an important issue. Eurocode EN 206-1 introduces the k-value concept for concretes made with supplementary cementitious materials; a prescriptive concept that recommends limiting water/cement ratio values for a specified exposure class. A more advanced performance-based concept directly requires that concrete be designed in terms of performance-related parameters, an approach which seems to be more suitable when durability must be achieved. The application of mathematical models in durability assessment is advocated, and an example is shown.

Anglický abstrakt

The durability of concrete structures is an important issue. Eurocode EN 206-1 introduces the k-value concept for concretes made with supplementary cementitious materials; a prescriptive concept that recommends limiting water/cement ratio values for a specified exposure class. A more advanced performance-based concept directly requires that concrete be designed in terms of performance-related parameters, an approach which seems to be more suitable when durability must be achieved. The application of mathematical models in durability assessment is advocated, and an example is shown.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT122557,
  author="Břetislav {Teplý} and Markéta {Rovnaníková} and Pavla {Rovnaníková} and Alfred {Strauss}",
  title="Probabilistic modelling and the k-value concept",
  annote="The durability of concrete structures is an important issue. Eurocode EN 206-1 introduces the k-value concept for concretes made with supplementary cementitious materials; a prescriptive concept that recommends limiting water/cement ratio values for a specified exposure class. A more advanced performance-based concept directly requires that concrete be designed in terms of performance-related parameters, an approach which seems to be more suitable when durability must be achieved. The application of mathematical models in durability assessment is advocated, and an example is shown.",
  booktitle="9th International Conference on Material in Engineering Practice",
  chapter="122557",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.635.198",
  howpublished="online",
  number="635",
  year="2015",
  month="february",
  pages="198--203",
  type="conference paper"
}