Tensile response of low clinker UHPFRC subjected to fully restrained shrinkage

@inproceedings{Hafiz2019TensileRO,
  title={Tensile response of low clinker UHPFRC subjected to fully restrained shrinkage},
  author={Mohamed Abdul Hafiz and Amir Hajiesmaeili and Emmanuel Denari{\'e}},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract This paper addresses the tensile response of Strain Hardening Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concretes (SH-UHPFRC) subjected to restrained autogenous shrinkage deformations under full and partial restraint conditions, right after casting and until one month. The development of autogenous shrinkage and corresponding eigenstresses under various degrees of restraint were studied for two types of mixes; Mix I with type I cement and silica fume, and Mix II with silica fume and 50… CONTINUE READING

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