Creep and Shrinkage Behavior of High-strength Concrete and Minimum Reinforcement Ratio for Bridge Columns

@article{Mertol2010CreepAS,
  title={Creep and Shrinkage Behavior of High-strength Concrete and Minimum Reinforcement Ratio for Bridge Columns},
  author={Halit Cenan Mertol and Sami H. Rizkalla and Paul Zia and A. Mirmiran},
  journal={Pci Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={55},
  pages={138-154}
}
This paper summarizes the findings of an extensive research program that examined the shrinkage and creep behavior of high-strength concrete (HSC) up to a strength of 18 ksi (124 MPa). Creep and shrinkage strains of 60 specimens were monitored for up to 2 years. The variables considered in this research were the concrete compressive strength, specimen size, curing type, age of concrete at loading, and loading stress level. Findings indicate that the current American Association of State Highway… 

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