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Savija, B. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
An experimental study of the influence of autogeneous healing on chloride ingress in cracked concrete is presented. In the study, two concrete mixtures (a Portland cement mix and a blast furnace slag mix), two healing regimes (submerged and fog room regime), two cracking ages (14 and 28 days), and multiple crack widths are used as parameters. An...
journal article 2016
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Sangadji, S. (author)
The high energy consumption, its corresponding emission of CO2 and financial losses due to premature failure are the pressing sustainability issues which must be tackled by the concrete infrastructure industry. Enhancement of concrete materials and durability of structures (designing new infrastructures for longer service life) is one solution...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Savija, B. (author)
Chloride induced corrosion of reinforcing steel is recognized as the most common deterioration mechanism affecting reinforced concrete structures. As such, it has been in focus of research for more than thirty years. Numerous studies of chloride ingress, corrosion initiation, and corrosion propagation have been conducted. Most studies of...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Hilloulin, B. (author), Grondin, F. (author), Matallah, M. (author), Loukili, A. (author)
Cracks, caused by shrinkage or external loading, reduce the durability of concrete structures as aggressive substances can easily enter in the capillary network of the cementitious matrix. Natural ¬Ďautogenous¬í healing ability of concrete by further hydration or precipitation has been studied experimentally for many years. Autogenous healing of...
conference paper 2013
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