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Carbonation modelling and reliability analysis of RC structures made from blended cements

Originální název

Carbonation modelling and reliability analysis of RC structures made from blended cements

Anglický název

Carbonation modelling and reliability analysis of RC structures made from blended cements

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The concept of "effective" water-cement ratio known as k-value concept for concretes with supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) incorporated in EN 206 is discussed together with an analytical model for carbonation progress. Concerning uncertainties of concrete mixture, carbon dioxide concentration and other input data, the statistical description of carbonation progress is gained. This allows for the calculation of relevant reliability index for different service lifes, considering the time of initiation of rebar corrosion as a limiting condition. An effective simulation technique is utilized in order to enhance the tools for durability design.

Anglický abstrakt

The concept of "effective" water-cement ratio known as k-value concept for concretes with supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) incorporated in EN 206 is discussed together with an analytical model for carbonation progress. Concerning uncertainties of concrete mixture, carbon dioxide concentration and other input data, the statistical description of carbonation progress is gained. This allows for the calculation of relevant reliability index for different service lifes, considering the time of initiation of rebar corrosion as a limiting condition. An effective simulation technique is utilized in order to enhance the tools for durability design.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT28729,
  author="Markéta {Rovnaníková} and Pavel {Rovnaník} and Břetislav {Teplý}",
  title="Carbonation modelling and reliability analysis of RC structures made from blended cements",
  annote="The concept of "effective" water-cement ratio known as k-value concept for concretes with supplementary cementing materials (SCMs) incorporated in EN 206 is discussed together with an analytical model for carbonation progress. Concerning uncertainties of concrete mixture, carbon dioxide concentration and other input data, the statistical description of carbonation progress is gained. This allows for the calculation of relevant reliability index for different service lifes, considering the time of initiation of rebar corrosion as a limiting condition. An effective simulation technique is utilized in order to enhance the tools for durability design.",
  address="RILEM Publication SARL",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the International RILEM Workshop on Performance Based Evaluation and Indicators for Concrete Durability - RILEM Proceedings PRO 47",
  chapter="28729",
  institution="RILEM Publication SARL",
  year="2007",
  month="january",
  pages="319--325",
  publisher="RILEM Publication SARL",
  type="conference paper"
}