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Wang, Tiao (author), Luan, Yao (author)
Reinforcement corrosion induced by chloride ingress is one of the major threats of reinforced concrete (RC) structures exposed to chloride attack. The cracks of concrete cover provide additional paths of chloride ingress and facilitate the reinforcement corrosion. Current information regarding the influence of crack development on corrosion...
conference paper 2021
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Pang, Min (author), Sun, Zhenping (author), Ji, Yanliang (author), Yang, Jingbin (author), Wang, Peiming (author), Xu, Yaling (author), Li, Huanhuan (author), Liu, Jiaying (author), Li, Fei (author)
Characteristics of fly ash(FA) blended mortars (50%, 70% and 90%) at different curing ages (28 days and 180 days) under ammonium chloride solution(ACS) leaching were investigated. Mass loss under leaching, initial CaO content, Ca(OH)2 content(CH), content of chemical bonded water, and hydration degree of blended pastes were tested by XRF and DSC...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Haochuan (author), Feng, Pan (author), Geng, Zifan (author), Liu, Qi (author)
The deterioration of organic coatings on concrete is closely linked to the efficiency in the protection process of reinforced structures. In the present work, polyurea resin and epoxy resin, which are widely used engineering coatings, were selected to measure and compare the performance under artificial aging. Fourier Transform infrared...
conference paper 2021
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Feng, Taotao (author), Jiang, Jinyang (author), Chu, Hongyan (author), Wang, Liguo (author)
This paper reports on a study to determine the possibility of using ultra-fine fly ash (UFA) for partial or total replacement of normal fly ash (NFA) in ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC). Workability, microstructure, porosity, drying shrinkage as well as mechanical properties were comprehensively studied to investigate the influence of UFA...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Liguo (author), Ju, Siyi (author), Wang, Lanxin (author), Jiang, Jinyang (author)
Retarders have an important regulation effect on the hydration speed and setting time of cement. However, retarders are not conducive to the early strength development of concrete, so use early strength agents to improve their early performance. In this paper, the effects of different amounts of triethanolamine (TEA) and citric acid (CA) on the...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Yi (author), Zhang, Mingzhong (author)
Strain hardening geopolymer composites (SHGC) as a tailored group of fibre reinforced geopolymer composites are featured by large tensile strain capacity with multiple micro-cracks. This paper experimentally investigates the strain hardening behaviour of SHGC in terms of flexural stress-deflection response, failure mode and cracking, flexural...
conference paper 2021
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Huang, Z. (author), Wang, Q (author)
In this paper, the influence of sodium hydroxide and water glass of various modulus, as activators, on the compressive strength, microstructure and hydration products of two alkali-activated phosphorous slag (AAPS) with different chemical composition were studied. Water glass activation shows relatively higher later compressive strength when the...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, XiaoX (author), Liu, JiaP (author), Zhong, PeiH (author)
When the corrosion expansion stress of the steel reinforcement exceeds the ultimate tensile strength of the concrete, the concrete will crack and eventually cause structural damage. Therefore, direct characterization methods of steel corrosion expansion stress can help predict the concrete cracking time, prevent corrosion expansion and repair...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Qiao (author), Wilson, William (author), Scrivener, Karen (author)
If sulfate attack on Portland cement systems has been largely investigated in the last decades, mechanisms of sulfate resistance for systems with new SCMs are still in dim, especially for the emerging materials that are limestone calcined clay cements (LC³). Using a new semi-immersion approach, we forced the penetration of sulfate ions in just...
conference paper 2021
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Ju, Siyi (author), Feng, Taotao (author), Wang, Liguo (author), Jiang, Jinyang (author)
In this paper, four kinds of ecological fine aggregates (manufactured sand, recycled sand, aeolian sand and river sand) were used to prepared UHPC, the effects of the fine aggregates on the workability, rheological properties and mechanical properties of UHPC were studied. The results reveal that the type and content of fine aggregate have an...
conference paper 2021
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Zhuang, Shiyu (author), Wang, Qiang (author)
Water absorption is an indicator of other transport properties and even durability of concrete since it provides a dominant invasion mechanism for the penetration of aggressive ions. Relationship between the water absorption and the chloride ion penetration of concrete containing fly ash, slag and silica fume at various water-to-binder ratios is...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Wei (author), Zhang, Shizhe (author), Guang, Ye (author), Noguchi, Takafumi (author)
Alkali activated materials (AAMs) have received worldwide attention due to its lower embodied energy and environmental impact than that of traditional cementitious materials. However, the activators with high alkalinity may raise the risk of alkali silica reaction (ASR) induced deterioration when reactive aggregates are used, which thereby...
conference paper 2021
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Jin, Peng (author), Wang, Ruixing (author), Zhang, Siyi (author), Dong, Hua (author), Chen, Chun (author)
Carbonation has been proven to be a promising way to improve the mechanism properties and durability of steel slag products. CA bacteria can promote the hydration of CO2. In this study, one kind of alkali-resistant CA bacteria was chosen to investigate its effects on the carbonation process of γ-C2S. Results showed that bacteria could increase...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Xiuli (author), Gard, Wolfgang (author), van de Kuilen, J.W.G (author)
Living architecture is thriving. The integration of buildings with vegetation has become a necessity in many metropolitan areas of the world today, including Singapore, New York City, Shanghai and Milan, to name a few. It expands the potential of vertical and horizontal, exterior and interior, exposed and enclosed spaces in a building that can...
conference paper 2019
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Wang, Xiuli (author), Gard, Wolfgang (author), van de Kuilen, J.W.G (author)
Living architecture is thriving. The integration of buildings with vegetation has become a necessity in many metropolitan areas of the world today, including Singapore, New York City, Shanghai and Milan, to name a few. It expands the potential of vertical and horizontal, exterior and interior, exposed and enclosed spaces in a building that can...
conference paper 2019
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Alshaqah, A. (author), Ling, C. (author), Pierson, E. (author), Wang, S. (author)
As the number of flights in the United States continues to rise steadily, an equally amplified need for reliability and safety has come to the forefront of aviation research. One of the most alarming trends is the number of general aviation (GA) accidents during severe weather events that occur yearly, with fatalities occurring in more than half...
conference paper 2019
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Pierson, E. (author), Ling, C. (author), Alshaqah, A. (author), James, J. (author), Wang, S. (author)
Essential components of a new scenario-based air traffic control (ATC) training platform whose effectiveness is being analyzed are outlined with respect to its use in the decision-making skills of trainees when confronted with emergency situations. The custom designed platform allows the trainee to interact with the program such that the 10...
conference paper 2019
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Wang, Chen (author), Yu, Chang-bin (author)
Despite the abundant research discoveries in 3D cadastre visualization, there still lacks a synthesis method of concreate symbology instructions and 3D graphical content as an easy entry for designers, implementors, and visualization systems. In cartography domain, introducing DCM (Digital Cartographic Model) on top of DLM (Digital Landscape...
conference paper 2018
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Wang, K. (author), Vanassche, S. (author), Ribeiro, A. (author), Peters, M. (author), Oseyran, J. (author)
One of the expected key outcomes of the Horizon 2020 BAMB (Buildings As Material Banks) project is new business models for material circularity. The team has interviewed four “frontrunner” cases which have pioneered in incorporating elements of building circularity. The study included well-known cases such as the new Venlo city hall (the...
conference paper 2017
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Pouliot, Jacynthe (author), Hubert, Frédéric (author), Wang, Chen (author), Ellul, Claire (author), Rajabifard, Abbas (author)
The 3D Cadastre has been investigated from many viewpoints (including legal, organizational and technical). However, to date little research has focused specifically on visualizationrelated aspects despite the value-added of the third dimension. The paper first proposes an overview of progress made in the last five years in 3D cadastral...
conference paper 2016
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