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Incremental modeling of relaxation of prestressing wires under variable loading and temperature
Abstract This paper presents a model of prestressing steel relaxation under various levels of loading and temperature. This incremental model enables the delayed strain of prestressing steel wires toExpand
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Material and Geometric Heterogeneity Consideration for Cracking Risk Prediction of Young Age Behavior of Experimental Massive Reinforced Concrete Structure
This article presents the application of a thermo-hydro-chemo-mechanical (THCM) model to a real complex structure of reactor confinement (mock-up VERCORS from EDF) by taking into account theExpand
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Numerical requirements for the use of a THCM material model to the prediction of early age cracking risk of massive reinforced concrete structures
The work presented here was carried out in the framework of the French MACENA project (ANR-PIA) dealing with the control confinement of nuclear containment. In this project, one of the aspectsExpand
Thermo-hydro-chemo-mechanical modeling of inner containments of nuclear reactor buildings in prestressed concrete. (Modélisation du comportement thermo-hydro-chemo-mécanique des enceintes de
  • P. Chhun
  • Physics, Computer Science
  • 30 October 2017
Dans le cadre de la prolongation de la vie et de la demonstration de la securite des bâtiments des reacteurs nucleaires suite aux accidents graves de Tchernobyl (en Ukraine, 1986) et Fukushima (auExpand
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Numerical prediction of cracking risk of reinforced concrete structures at early age
The paper presents a summary of the work concerning the prediction of cracking risk in reinforced concrete structures at early age that has been carried out by our team at the LMDC laboratory duringExpand