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Evaluation of the performance of steel fibre reinforced self‐compacting concrete in elevated slab systems; from the material to the structure

Evaluation of the performance of steel fibre reinforced self‐compacting concrete in elevated slab... Completed Phd theses Evaluation of the performance of various approaches conventionally used in the literature to evaluate the influ- steel fibre reinforced self-com- ence of the test methodology on the de- pacting concrete in elevated rived constitutive laws of SFRSCC. At slab systems; from the material the structural level, a quarter-scale pro- to the structure totype of E-SFRSCC was built and tested for assessing the performance of The thesis aims to explore the potential- this structural system under serviceabil- ities of the post-cracking response of ity and ultimate limit state conditions. SFRSCC in elevated (E-SFRSCC) slab These two experimental levels are corre- systems where due to the support redun- lated with each other by performing ad- dancy character of the structure, the vanced FEM-based numerical simula- benefits of SFRSCC are more efficiently tions. mobilised and the stress redistribution capacity provides an ultimate load that Author: Hamidreza Salehian is much greater than the load at crack Supervisor: Prof. Joaquim Barros initiation. In an extensive experimental of different series of SFRSCCs was char- Defence of dissertation: 24 November programme, the post- cracking response acterised, at the material levels, through 2015 178 Steel Construction 9 (2016), No. 3 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Evaluation of the performance of steel fibre reinforced self‐compacting concrete in elevated slab systems; from the material to the structure

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 9 (3) – Aug 1, 2016

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Wiley
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"Copyright © 2016 Ernst & Sohn Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin"
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1867-0520
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1867-0539
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10.1002/stco.201670035
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Completed Phd theses Evaluation of the performance of various approaches conventionally used in the literature to evaluate the influ- steel fibre reinforced self-com- ence of the test methodology on the de- pacting concrete in elevated rived constitutive laws of SFRSCC. At slab systems; from the material the structural level, a quarter-scale pro- to the structure totype of E-SFRSCC was built and tested for assessing the performance of The thesis aims to explore the potential- this structural system under serviceabil- ities of the post-cracking response of ity and ultimate limit state conditions. SFRSCC in elevated (E-SFRSCC) slab These two experimental levels are corre- systems where due to the support redun- lated with each other by performing ad- dancy character of the structure, the vanced FEM-based numerical simula- benefits of SFRSCC are more efficiently tions. mobilised and the stress redistribution capacity provides an ultimate load that Author: Hamidreza Salehian is much greater than the load at crack Supervisor: Prof. Joaquim Barros initiation. In an extensive experimental of different series of SFRSCCs was char- Defence of dissertation: 24 November programme, the post- cracking response acterised, at the material levels, through 2015 178 Steel Construction 9 (2016), No. 3

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Steel Construction: Design and ResearchWiley

Published: Aug 1, 2016

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