Paper Title:
Effect of the Randomness of the Relative Humidity on the Phenomenon of Carbonation of the Reinforced Concrete
  Abstract

This paper deals with shows the randomness effect of the relative humidity on the carbonation phenomenon of the reinforced concrete. This analysis concentrates on the evaluation of carbonation depth (Xc) of the reinforced concrete from a probabilistic analysis. Monte Carlo simulations are realized under the assumption that the relative humidity at the surface of the concrete is random variables with a lognormal probability distribution.

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Session 1: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
Edited by
Honghua Tan
Pages
181-183
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.340.181
Citation
A. Badaoui, M. Badaoui, F. Kharchi, "Effect of the Randomness of the Relative Humidity on the Phenomenon of Carbonation of the Reinforced Concrete", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 340, pp. 181-183, 2012
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September 2011
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