5 edition of Computer modelling of concrete mixtures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -252) and index.
|LC Classifications||TA439 .D55 1999, TA439 .D55 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||98055726|
A comprehensive review of optimization research concerning the design and proportioning of concrete mixtures is presented herein. Mixture design optimization is motivated by an ever-increasing need for designers and decision-makers to proportion concrete mixtures that satisfy multiple – oftentimes competing – performance requirements, including cost, workability, mechanical properties Cited by: The model could easily predict the rheological parameters. Modeling of the fresh stage properties of concrete using ANN and other soft computing methods are also reported in other studies [25, 26 Author: I-Cheng Yeh.
Download Concrete Books for Civil Engineers. Collection includes, Concrete technology books, Concrete Mix Design books, Concrete Admixtures Handbooks, Concrete Repair Manuals, Concrete Recycling Guides. A step-by-step statistical approach is proposed to obtain optimum proportioning of concrete mixtures using the data obtained through a statistically planned experimental program. The utility of the proposed approach for optimizing the design of concrete mixture is illustrated considering a typical case in which trial mixtures were considered according to a full factorial experiment design Cited by:
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Computer Modelling of Concrete Mixtures - CRC Press Book The complexity of specifications and the number of materials options available today for concrete production mean that the traditional procedure of making trial mixes is now unnecessary, expensive and time consuming.
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The primary aim of this book is to put together an understanding of the appropriate principles of ensuring performance and sustainability of concrete. Broadly subdivided into three parts, first part contains the fundamental aspects introducing the constituent materials, the concepts of concrete mixture designs and the mathematical formulations.
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obtained in concrete construction (Fig. ) (AbramsHoverand Shilstone ). CHAPTER 9 Designing and Proportioning Normal Concrete Mixtures SELECTING MIX CHARACTERISTICS Before a concrete mixture can be proportioned, mixture characteristics are selected based on the intended use of the concrete, the exposure conditions, the size File Size: KB.
Foreword. Introduction to the models, properties, and test methods. Modelling of combinations of any particulate materials. Modelling of cements, additions ans aggregates. Modelling of fresh concrete. Modelling of hardening concrete. Influences of cement, aggregates, additions, admixtures and economics.
Special concretes. Foreword. Introduction to the models, properties, and test methods. Modelling of combinations of any particulate materials. Modelling of cements, additions ans aggregates. Modelling of fresh concrete. Modelling of hardening concrete.
Influences of cement, aggregates, additions, admixtures and economics. Special : $ Computer Modelling of Concrete Mixtures Preface Computer modelling of fresh and hardened concrete is a rapid-growth area in which the author has been privileged to be at the forefront over many years.
Development has not yet peaked and it is the author’s hope that this book will stimulate further efforts. To this end, principles, formulae and. UNESCO-EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING AND GEOMECHANICS - Computer Modeling of Concrete Materials And Structures J.
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Computer Modelling of Concrete Mixtures by Joe D. Dewar,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The principal properties and test methods --Theory of particle mixtures --Extension of the theory of particle mixtures to pastes, mortars and concretes --Allowance for admixtures, air and other factors on water demand and strength of concrete --Comparisons between theoretical and experimental data for aggregates, mortar and concrete --Proportions and properties of concrete predicted by the use of the theory of particle mixtures.
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To evaluate the system, it was used to obtain a set of optimum concrete mixtures with wide ranges of workability (5–25 cm in slump) and strength (25–55 MPa in compression).
It was found that (1) the modeling module can generate rather accurate models for compressive strength and slump for Cited by: Computer modelling of concrete mixtures.
London ; New York: E & FN Spon, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J D Dewar.tious-crack model [Hillerborg et al., ], smeared-crack models [de Borst and Nauta, ], and the crack-band model [Bazant and Oh, ].
Modeling of concrete as a con-tinuum results in a model that is compatible with many existing computer codes as well as provides a basis for application of existing continuum constitutive theory in developing.