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Teixeira, R.F.A. (author), Nguyen, L. (author), Du Prez, F.E. (author)
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Boba, K. (author), Heath, C. (author), Bond, I.P. (author), Trask, R.S. (author), Wass, D.F. (author)
Fibre reinforced polymer composite materials are becoming more widely adopted for high performance industrial applications. The hierarchical nature of these materials offers a unique opportunity to incorporate multi-functionality whilst maintaining their excellent mechanical properties. Ideally, multifunctional composites can be configured to...
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Zhang, M. (author), Han, N. (author), Xing, F. (author), Wang, X. (author), Schlangen, H.E.J.G. (author)
An international cooperation research project has been financially supported by China Nature Science Foundation, which consists of three relatively independent, but strategically integrated research sub-programs, aiming at the formation of a selfhealing system based on the microcapsule principle for the cementitious composites. In this paper, a...
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Chen, Y. (author), Kushner, A.M. (author), Williams, G.A. (author), Hentschel, J. (author), Guan, Z. (author)
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Lark, R.J. (author), Al-Tabbaa, A. (author), Paine, K. (author)
This paper presents a vision of a sustainable and resilient built environment that is comprised of materials and structures that continually monitor, regulate, adapt and repair themselves without the need for external intervention. In this way, these self?healing materials and intelligent structures will significantly enhance durability and...
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Hart, K.R. (author), Wetzel, E.D. (author), Sottos, N.R. (author), White, S.R. (author)
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White, S.R. (author), Gladman, A.S. (author), Celestine, A.D. (author), Moore, J.S. (author), Sottos, N.R. (author)
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Sordo, F. (author), Michaud, V. (author)
Supramolecular polymers gained a great success in the last years as self-healing materials and many different systems have been developed. These polymers combine the advantages of intrinsic and autonomic self-healing systems. In 2010, Montarnal et al. developed a class of epoxy-based hybrid networks that combine both chemical and supramolecular...
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Teixeira, R.F.A. (author), Nguyen, L.T. (author), Du Prez, F.E. (author)
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Teixeira, R.F.A. (author), Hillewaere, X. (author), Nguyen, L.T. (author), Colard, C. (author), Pais, I. (author), Beiriao, A. (author), Du Prez, F.E. (author)
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Lu, Y. (author), Guan, Z. (author)
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Ishikawa, Y. (author)
In recent studies, it has been recognized that concrete deterioration is accelerated by the growth of fine cracks of a few micron meters in width induced by dry shrinkage and/or freezing damage. There have been great expectations for research on concrete that self-heals these fine cracks. Recent research (for example, Taniguchi et al. in the 3rd...
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Truong, P.V. (author), Kishi, T. (author), Kayondo, M. (author)
Self-healing concrete (SHC) can heal itself from cracks and other minor imperfections and thus prolong the life of the material itself and structure. In plain and reinforced concrete structures, fatigue is one of the major causes of both material and structural failures. Under the moving load due to traffic, it is not only the relatively simple...
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Bernold, L. (author), Castel, A. (author)
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Zhang, M.Q. (author), Rong, M.Z. (author)
Autonomic self-healing thermosetting polymers or elastomers have been substantially studied, in which polymerization of the healing agents released from pre-embedded capsules serves as the key issue. As for thermoplastics, another major class of polymeric materials, however, researches on their self-healing approaches are less reported. Here in...
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Otsuka, H. (author), Imato, K. (author), Kanehara, T. (author), Irie, A. (author), Ohishi, T. (author), Takahara, A. (author)
Covalent bonds with the ability to reach an equilibrium state between combination and dissociation under certain conditions have been studied, and systematic method for controlling the structures of compounds and polymers based on these reversible covalent bonds has been spotlighted as dynamic covalent chemistry. In the present study,...
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Varini, M. (author), Koleva, D.A. (author), Denkova, A.G. (author), Mol, J.M.C. (author), Terryn, H. (author), Van Breugel, K. (author)
Polymeric nano-materials utilization in reinforced concrete, aiming to deal with steel corrosion was developed in previous works. Promising results were obtained with PEO–b–PS nano-formations, both in terms of enhanced bulk matrix properties and improved steel corrosion resistance. Recent research has been focusing on a cheaper and commercially...
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Hung, V.V. (author), Kishi, T. (author), Ahn, T.H. (author)
Granulation technique, introducing the self-healing ability to concrete, was developed by Koide, 2010 [1] based on the capsulation technology in the food/medicine industry. In this research, self-healing granules, containing cement compounds, chemical and mineral admixtures, were fabricated by a proposed granulation process and the capability of...
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Manfredi, E. (author), Michaud, V. (author)
Fibre-reinforced polymers development has been driven by the need for materials that combine high stiffness and low density, but composites based on thermoset matrices tend to remain sensitive to damage, that may occur early in the matrix. Improved efficiency could be gained by integrating functionalities into the structure, namely a self...
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Luterbacher, R. (author), Bond, I.P. (author), Trask, R.S. (author)
Locally stiffened or ‘stringer’ - skin composite structures are extensively used for lightweight applications in the aerospace industry. Due to localised stiffening, stress concentrations arise which can initiate damage e.g. debonding or delamination, within the composite structure. Critically, this damage can propagate under fatigue loading...
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