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Di Pietro, P. (author)
Recent studies show an increase in the population of beavers, nutria and other rodents in vast regions of central Europe over the last 15 years. Unfortunately, this caused in many instances considerable damage on large rivers along dykes and earthworks in the floodplain areas, leading to an increased risk of bank failures. However, most of these...
conference paper 2017
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Drewniok, Michał P. (author), Dunant, Cyrille F. (author), Allwood, Julian M. (author), Cullen, Jonathan M. (author)
With growing pressure on the construction industry to be more resource efficient, to reduce waste and to lower embodied carbon, material reuse strategies are critical to meet targets, especially for steel. Indeed, steel recycling is an energy and carbon intensive process, offering only approximately 50% energy savings [1] and 75% [2, 3] over new...
conference paper 2017
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Miyata, Y. (author), Bathurst, R.J. (author), Otani, Y. (author)
This study examines the load and resistance factor design calibration for the ultimate pullout limit state for steel strip reinforced soil walls (SSWs). The tensile loads and pullout capacities of reinforcement strips that were measured during full-scale tests are compared with predicted (nominal) values using analytical models recommended by...
conference paper 2015
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Cordioli, C. (author), Bauters, E. (author), Muselle, T. (author), Hubin, A. (author)
Commonly coatings are used to protect metals from corrosion. Different types of coatings are available and according to their characteristics they provide different levels of protection. In order to evaluate the performance of the coating, it is fundamental to have a methodology that is reliable and efficient even when applied to different kinds...
conference paper 2013
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Dong, B. (author), Wang, Y. (author), Han, N. (author), Xing, F. (author)
Based on microcapsule technology, a new type of self-healing system for cementitious composites is established. The performance of the system was characterized by means of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of steel bars immersed in a simulated concrete environment. The results demonstrate strong inhibition of chloride-induced corrosion when...
conference paper 2013
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Langelaan, G. (author), Zhang, S. (author), Brück, E. (author), Van der Zwaag, S. (author), Van Dijk, N.H. (author)
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conference paper 2013
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Liu, Q. (author), Schlangen, H.E.J.G. (author), Van Bochove, G. (author)
Porous asphalt shows excellent performance in both noise reduction and water drainage. Although porous asphalt has these great qualities, its service life is much shorter (sometimes only half) compared to dense graded asphalt roads. Ravelling, which is the loss of aggregate particles from the surface layer, is the main damage mechanism of porous...
conference paper 2013
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Tran, T.H. (author), Vimalanandan, A. (author), Crespy, D. (author), Fickert, J. (author), Landfester, K. (author), Kron, J. (author), Schottner, G. (author), Egly, K. (author), Sextl, G. (author), Jobmann, M. (author), Paulke, B. (author), Börner, F. (author), Rohwerder, M. (author)
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conference paper 2013
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Suiker, A.S.J. (author), Turteltaub, S. (author)
A recently developed thermo-mechanical model [1] is presented that can be used to simulate the interactions between martensitic phase transformations and crystalline damage growth at the austenitic grain level. Subgrain information is included in the model via the crystallographic theory of martensitic transformations, see also [2,3]. The state...
conference paper 2006
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