Malte A. Peter

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Transport and reaction of carbon dioxide with alkaline species in concrete is modelled by a closed system of ordinary and partial differential equations. Varying porosity and varying external exposure as well as nonlinear reaction rates are taken into account. Proper nondi-mensionalisation is introduced to pay attention to the different characteristic time(More)
Fachbereich 3 – Mathematik und Informatik A note on limitations of the use of accelerated concrete-carbonation tests for service-life predictions Abstract Concrete carbonation is a process that can limit the lifetime of reinforced concrete structures. The resistance of concrete samples to carbonation is usually determined by accelerated tests under(More)
Concrete carbonation, i.e. the reaction of alkaline species (inside the concrete) with atmospheric carbon dioxide, is one of the major physicochemical processes compromising the service life of concrete structures. While the main carbonation reaction is that of calcium hy-droxide, other constituents such as calcium silicates or calcium-silcate hydrates in(More)
A method is proposed to determine the modal spectra of waves supported by arrays, which are composed of multiple rows of scatterers randomly disordered around an underlying periodic configuration. The method is applied to the canonical problem of arrays of identical small acoustically-soft circular cylinders, and disorder in the location of the rows. Two(More)